Frances O. Case

March 8, 1939September 29, 2013

Case, Frances Oleta Wren “Leta”, 74, passed away peacefully September 29, 2013. She was born on March 8, 1939 in Coushatta, Louisiana to the late Edward “Bud” and Claris Wren, the only daughter of four. Leta was a faithful life-long Christian. She was saved at the age of 12 years old. She was a long time member of First Baptist Church of Brandon. Leta is predeceased by her husband of 22 years, Richard L. Case and two brothers, David and Donald Wren. Leta retired after 31 years from Oscar Meyer (Kraft foods) as a Human Resource Director. Survivors include brother, Jimmy Wren Sr.; step-daughter, Nancy Floto(Husband Ron), their son Ricky; and grand daughter, Nancy Pencheff; aunts and numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral Services will be held on Tuesday, October 1 at 3 PM with visitation at one hour prior at Hillsboro Memorial Funeral Home, Brandon. A very special thank you to the many caregivers who love and assisted Leta during her lengthy illness. In lieu of flowers, donations in Leta’s name may be made to Tidewell Hospice or Brandon Baptist Church.


  • Visitation Tuesday, October 1, 2013
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, October 1, 2013

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Pearle Wood

October 24, 2014

Leta, I made cookies yesterday and thought of you! Your gifts over the years of love and grace will always be with us. We thank your family for sharing your life with us! We can all celebrate her life in many ways. Love, Tom and Pearle Wood

Pearle Wood

November 26, 2013

From the time Leta was our neighbor in Tampa many years ago, she was always a wonderful friend. So generous, energetic, and fun loving, she cared for her family and friends deeply. She spoiled us with goodies, and of course, we looked forward to her visits and cookies, etc., when she'd travel through north Florida over the years! We were so blessed to know her! During this Christmas season especially, we will celebrate her life!

Susie N

October 13, 2013

My favorite person in the whole wide world! I love love love you and miss you..... May you rest in peace.

Dodie Handy

October 10, 2013

Leta, my dear friend. You will always be with me. You were such a special person and a dear friend.

David Wren

October 1, 2013

My you rest in peace Aunt Leta!

David Wren

October 1, 2013

Aunt Leta,
Your life was full of giving to family and friends. You always remembered the little things and helped in every way you could. You always remembered Christmas, birthday, and anniversary cards. I remember all the cookies and baked treats in tin containers. I remember the all-day shopping trips on the day after Thanksgiving. Thanks you for all the wonderful memories, we will always remember how special you are and you were the only one that could call me Scottie.
- We Love and miss you David, Pameila, Collin and Christopher.

Chuck Gielow

October 1, 2013

Aunt Leta, you touched so many people and set joy in so many hearts. I loved that you were one of the most loving, caring, and giving person that was in my life. You will be dearly missed and you will never be forgotten. I am so sad and yet so happy that you have moved to a better place. Walk with god auntie. I love you.

Adella Klein

October 1, 2013

Leta was the most beautiful person i have ever met she loved to bake and give her baked goods away to all of her friends, I worked for her and loved to spend time with her, she will forever be missed by all that knew her. At last she is finally at peace with her lord, she was my friend and I will always be glad to have known her. may she rest in peace. Your Friend Della

Vincent Mercadante

September 30, 2013

I believe the day Leta walked into the office at Oscar Mayer she fell in love with the company, and won the respect of all it's employees, salesmen, warehouse people, truck drivers and management people at both Madison and Nashville offices. Leta would be the first person to offer help any of her associates if there was a need. I should know because she did it for me and all the sales staff. She was one I could count on to keep me posted on due dates, etc!! Guess you can say she was my right hand. I know she will be baking cookies for the Angels in Heaven as she did here on Earth for the people she loves.

Brad Burton

September 30, 2013

Leta was a very special person I was blessed to have known during my years at Oscar Mayer/Kraft in Tampa. She had a special way of brightening your day with her care for everyone and will be missed. Out thoughts and prayers are with her family during this difficult time.