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Frances "Fran" Verrips Allgood

February 5, 1952April 6, 2021

Fran Allgood, age 69, of Katy, Texas, passed away on April 6, 2021. Fran was born February 5, 1952, in Fort Worth, Texas, to Fred J. and Leafa G. Verrips. She was raised in Houston and College Station. Fran worked in many capacities during her life but her longest profession was in the film industry. She worked for 28 years in film and retired as a costume supervisor. For more information on shows that she worked on visit imdb.com and search her name. After retiring and moving to Katy, Fran went to work for Katy ISD, driving a school bus out of South Transportation.

Fran was loved by so many and never met a stranger. She was fiercely independent and loved unconditionally. Her family and her granddaughters were her everything in life. Neny, as her granddaughters called her, never missed a volleyball game, basketball game or dance recital.

Preceded in death by her parents and brother, Fran is survived by her 2 children, Jennifer O’Brien and Roger Allgood III; their spouses Clay O’Brien and Jamie Johnston Allgood; and 5 granddaughters- Madalyn O’Brien, Ash-Leigh Allgood, Courtney O’Brien, Kassidy O’Brien and Addison Allgood.

Funeral Services will be in early May at Katy Funeral Home, 23350 Kingsland Boulevard, Katy, Texas 77494.

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Kathleen Hamid

April 16, 2021

Fran was a very personable lady that enjoyed people. She made you feel comfortable when you visited with here. She loved her family and her eyes would light up when she spoke about her family and especially her grandchildren. Her smile, kind words, and especially that sparkle will be missed.... but, fondly remembered.

Trish and Brad Radloff

April 14, 2021

Even though Fran had only been our Neighbor a little over a year, a shared love of Dachshunds brought us together. During Lockdown we enjoyed doggy play dates and visits just to chat. She knew we were available whenever she needed us and she offered the same to us. A real old fashioned Good Neighbor. Sharing histories , baked goods and funny stories. She will be so missed.
Trish R.

Jean Mutschler

April 10, 2021

Fran was a great neighbor living across the street from her I could always count on a wave. She was very supportive of our little Stonelodge community and worked hard to see it kept up to standards. I appreciated her effort. When she moved she was missed. She will be missed and in my prayers. So sorry for your families loss.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY