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Frances E. Turner

January 25, 1928November 13, 2020
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Frances E. Turner, 92, of Fort Wayne passed away on November 13, 2020. She was born on January 25, 1928 in Detroit, Michigan. Frances was a daughter of the late Adam and Sybil (McCullum) Bryce. She worked at United Way for many years. Frances enjoyed spending time with family, gambling and her many trips to Las Vegas and Mackinac Island. She was known to many as “Ducky”. Frances is survived by her grandchildren, Courtney (Kurt) Unrue and Adam (Becky) Pence; great-grandchildren, Owen Pence, Jason Pence, Addison Pence, Carter Unrue, and Ulises Unrue. Also preceding her in passing were her husband of 60 years, Alfred Turner; daughter, Karen Pence; and siblings. A celebration of Life will be held at a later date. Memorial contributions can be made to Visiting Nurse Hospice. Condolences may be left online at www.mccombandsons.com.

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Dorothy Wright

November 19, 2020

My heart goes out to all of the family. My dear loyal friend of 58 years will truly be missed. I have fond memories of our friendship. My angel friend will be watching over all of us. Love and Prayers to all.💕

Dorothy A Wright

Jean & Joe McGuire

November 17, 2020

With deep sadness we send our heartfelt sympathy to Adam and Becky, Courtney and Kurt and all the kiddos. And we want to include Aly and her family too. Grandma Ducky loved each one of you so very much. You are very lucky to have had lots of good times and fond memories with her. We had some good times at the family get-togethers. I know she will always be watching over all of you. With deepest sympathy - The McGuire Family

Maria DeRosia

November 17, 2020

I have lots of fond memories of Aunt Ducky: her welcoming me into the family, her love for her family, introducing me to the wonderful world of Vera Bradley, being the original Bryce Family Reunion Games and Prizes Coordinator, and most of all, her genuine kindness.
I will never forget having the pleasure of portraying her in a rendition of “Al Meets Frances” for their 50th wedding anniversary celebration on Mackinac Island but I wasn’t even close to duplicating her beauty, her true love for Uncle Al, or her “feistiness” 😉
You will be truly missed, Aunt Ducky and I’m so blessed to have known you!
❤️ Maria

Maureen Capra

November 17, 2020

I met Fran through. MaryKay and Tony Lufrano. Fran was a very sweet lady. Sending my condolences. Keeping her and the family in my prayers.

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