OBITUARY

Joanne Frame

April 26, 1933March 15, 2020

Doris Joanne Frame, age 86, left to be with Christ on March 15, 2020 in Carrollton, Texas. She was born on April 26, 1933 in Dallas, Texas to Arthur and Lena Williams. Joanne spent her childhood in California, Oregon, and Texas. She married Glen Malcom Frame in 1949 and the couple had three children. She was primarily a homemaker and stay-at-home mom when her children were young but obtained her cosmetology license and for a time owned and operated her own beauty shop. As her children got older, she was employed by Fischbach and Moore as an electronic technician working on government contracts. In her spare time, she enjoyed traveling, cruises, and just being with friends and playing cards. Her family and friends will always remember her as a devoted wife, mother, and friend. She is preceded in death by her father and mother, Arthur and Lena Williams; her husband, Glen Frame; her sister, Wilma Stinson; her son, Wayne Frame; and one granddaughter, Michelle Thomas. She is survived by daughters Linda Irby of Rowlett, Texas; Jan and husband Jerry Minx of Rowlett, Texas; daughter-in-law Bonnie Frame of Forney, Texas; sister and brother-in-law Colleen and RB and Freeman of White House, Texas; grandchildren Kim Bryant, Karrie Williams, Kyle Minx, Christy Brann, and Kelli Dishinger; 19 great-grandchildren; 8 great-great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews, and friends.

Services

  • Graveside Service Friday, March 20, 2020

Memories

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Debbie Trevathan

March 19, 2020

Dearest Aunt Joanne- I wish you could read this to know how much I loved you. From the earliest days of my childhood I was so blessed to live close to immediate family. We were al so very close at heart.

My fond memories were our love of fancy hair dos and sandals. I loved that you and momma made a lot of our elementary school wears with ladybugs and Rick Rack. We kids thought we were somebody with custom made apparel.
Some of my worst memories were when you made me eat cooked carrots. By the way I love them now. Let’s not forget the curly perms with buster brown bangs! But it was so much fun to walk across the alley to your backyard beauty shop and feel privileged to have our very own hairstylist. I will miss you terribly but look forward to seeing you again. Healthy and well. To those of us still left behind I’m sure they’d all agree thanks for being parents who stayed together and most of all got the good memories. God Speed Aunt. Jo tell the family and Jesus we love them and hello.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY