March 23, 1940 – November 1, 2019
Frances Stinnett went home to be with our Lord Jesus Christ on November 1, 2019. Frances was born to Robert McCord and Rosey Bell Jenkins on March 23, 1940 in Florida. Frances is survived by her children Rick (Bobbi), Pat Giver (Tom), Sheri Stinnett Wiley (Mark) and John. Stepchildren Elizabeth, Michael and Michelle. Grandchildren Sarah (Chris), Travis (Laura), Jenna, Trey, Cale, Addisen, Christina and Jason. Great Grandchildren Charity, Katelynn, Abagail, Brooke, Ibrahim, Aymen, Preston, Kaylynn. Frances has one living sister Wilma Jean.
Preceded in death by her husband Johnny Mendez, Sons, James and Terry, her sisters Martha, Glenda, Myrna and twin sister Robbie, and stepdaughter Rebecca. Frances' family moved to Arizona from Arkansas when the six girls were young. The family picked seasonal fruit as they traveled through many states on there way to Arizona. They lived in Litchfield where the girls grew up, went to high school, met their spouses and started their families.
Frances worked as an undergarment seamstress and then started with Valley National Bank who was bought out by Chase Bank from which she retired after 36 years as a Branch Assistant Manager. Frances worked in many different departments at the bank including collections, Repossession (one of her favorites that she liked to tell stories of being one of first women in this department working alongside men and cleverly repo'ing vehicles), many years as a Loan Officer and Assistant Manager where she managed many employees and shared her developed skills and strengths to the newer employees learning loans and general banking skills.
Frances retired at age 62 and enjoyed her kids, grandkids, taking care of her home, cooking and baking good food and desserts, shopping and watching her favorite reality shows: Property Brothers, Love it or List It, Antique Roadshow. Frances was loving, kind, hardworking, smart, practical and was proud of her accomplishments. Her children are proud of their mom and know she lived her life well and wanted only the best for each of them. Frances will be sorely missed. Till we meet again in Heaven.
- Visitation Tuesday, November 5, 2019
- Funeral Service Tuesday, November 5, 2019
November 5, 2019
Aunt Frances was always so loving and kind. I enjoyed visiting with her. When I spoke with her on phone she said she was 80 but she still had to keep them all in line. She truly was one of a kind.
Dear family, I will keep you in my prayers.