Frances F. Brantley

April 20, 1936October 6, 2021

Frances F. Brantley, age 85, of Eugene, Oregon passed away on Wednesday, October 6, 2021.

Frances was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on April 20, 1936 to Robert and Ruth (Brock) Fletcher.

Frances will be laid to rest in Mt Calvary Cemetery, Eugene, Oregon 97405.

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Phil Troyer

October 12, 2021

We were very fortunate to be a part of a work family that was as caring and sharing as we were during our work years at Harper College and since our retirements.
Frances's energy and caring and her communication skills were a part of that wonderful journey for us. Frances made Harper a good place for students and her colleagues.
I smiled when I saw her age in the obit.. Francis used to say to me I'm older than you think. AND SHE WAS I see now.

Time will tell how each of us learn to live without her know.

Diane Trickey

October 12, 2021

Frances was a long time colleague of mine at Harper Community College in Illinois. Working with her was always a joy - she was a devoted counselor and student advocate for the twenty plus years she worked at Harper. She was greatly missed when she retired, and missed again when she and Dan moved to Oregon to be with their daughter and family. My deepest sympathy to her children and families, but I hope that you all have years of joyful memories of her as do I.

Joyce Bowers

October 10, 2021

I was delighted to see Dan Brantley at St. Mary's Episcopal Church in Eugene, Oregon, as I had gotten acquainted with Dan and Frances at St. Simon's Episcopal Church in Arlington Heights, Illinois, before moving to Eugene. I remember Frances as a lovely, gracious lady at St. Simon's, but she was unable to attend St. Mary's. My heart goes out to Dan and their family as they have lost a beautiful person. Now I think of her as an angel, free from all the struggles of life on Earth.