OBITUARY

Lula Jean Frank

October 29, 1930January 2, 2019

L. Jean Frank of Rockport, Texas passed away January 2, 2019. Jean was 88 years old. She was born in Fair Grove, MO on October 29, 1930. She was married to William F. Frank. Jean was an adventurous, loving, mother who loved her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren dearly. Together with her husband, Jean loved to travel in their RV throughout the United States, and there was always a grandchild or two with them. She was a great fisherman, and could spend hours out on the lake fishing.

Jean was preceded in death by her husband, William F. Frank; son-in-law, James Creekmore, Sr.; brothers, Edward Wommack and Neal Wommack and sisters, Helen Highfill, JoAnn Skidmore and Rosalee Yarberry. Jean is survived by her son, William (Gail) Frank; daughter, Sheila Creekmore; grandchildren, James (Teresa) Creekmore and Elizabeth (Andre) Gaspard and great grandchildren, Hannah Creekmore, Gage and Stella Gaspard.

Private Graveside Services will be held at Garden of Memories Cemetery in Kerrville, Texas.

In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to M. D. Anderson at www.mdanderson.org

  • FAMILY

  • William (Gail) Frank, Son
  • Sheila Creekmore, Daughter
  • James (Teresa) Creekmore, Grandchild
  • Elizabeth (Andre) Gaspard, Grandchild
  • Hannah Creekmore, Great Grandchild
  • Gage Gaspard, Great Grandchild
  • Stella Gaspard, Great Grandchild
  • William Frank, Husband
  • James Creekmore Sr., Son-in-law
  • Edward Womack, Brother
  • Neal Womack, Brother
  • Helen Highfel, Sister
  • JoAnn Skidmore, Sister
  • Rosalee Yarberry, Sister

Services

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Lula Jean Frank

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Victoroa Roberson

January 3, 2019

I became acquainted with Jean thru my walks around the neighborhood. She was certainly a kind person, befriending a stray cat in our neighborhood whom she fed, and it finally became her inside cat. I hope the cat finds a good home. It will certainly remember Jean, as will. Much love to her family! I am sure you will miss her as she
Is flying with the angels!

Joan Cliff

January 3, 2019

I will miss my dear Aunt Lula Jean. I know she didn't care much for the Lula but that's how I knew her in my family. She had the best laugh and always a twinkle in her eye. She reminded me most of Grandma Wommack in her actions and laugh. I always wished we lived closer so we could see her more often. Now she is singing with Grandpa and Grandma and all her siblings and giving the Lord praise...hallelujah! 🙌

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