OBITUARY

Frances Lucille Chandler Benton

October 8, 1925August 31, 2012

Burial arrangements under the direction of Fairview Memorial Gardens.

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Frances Lucille Chandler Benton

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Greg Jeffries

September 2, 2012

Although my wife has already signed the guest book i wanted to add a personal note if i may. I called her Granny Benton at her request. Unfortunately I only knew her for a brief 5 years, but I was around her daily for the first 3 months. In that short time i truly came to love her for she was an angel to me. It may have been only a short time, but i have wonderful memories that will be with me for all my life. My heart breaks for her family. God bless you all.
Greg Jeffries (McDonough Ga.)

Greg and Diane Jeffries

September 2, 2012

We want to send our deepest condolences to Granny Benton's family. She had so much love for each of you and we were blessed to have her as a friend.

September 1, 2012

Skip, Brenda and Bug: I'm so sorry to hear of Aunt Lucille's passing.
I spoke to her about a year ago and she sounded so good. She told me about Opal and it was nice talking to her. It is so hard to lose your Mom - just know
she will always be with you in your heart. You all will be in my thoughts and
prayers. Love to you all. Jackie Benton Landes, Blue Springs, Mo.

Jo Benton Crenshaw

September 1, 2012

Skip, Brenda and Bugg
I was saddened to hear about Aunt Lucille and wanted you to know that my thoughts and prayers remain with you.

Mickey & Kathy Perkins

September 1, 2012

Aunt Cile was a blessing to our family. We have many fond memories to remember her by, especially all the love she had for her family. She loved being a caregiver and telling everyone about her family history. I can remember her laughing and joking that she enjoyed so much. Recently, we became very close when we moved to Tallapoosa, GA where she and my mother were born and she visited several times. We will cherish those visits. We were fortunate to have her in our lives and she will be greatly missed.