In Memory

Frances Voyta (Brantley)

Frances Voyta (Brantley)

Frances passed on the 9th of March, 2020.  No further information is available at this time.

Please keep Paul and their family in your prayers.

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03/11/20 05:04 PM #1    

John Jersig

Frances was always one of my best classmates.  I enjoyed talking with her the times I got to see her. RIP Frances!!


03/12/20 05:32 AM #2    

Ronald Pearson

In my homeroom since seventh grade, Frances was pretty, smart and seemed more mature than the rest of us. Seeing her at reunions, she also didn't seem to age either!  Condolences to her family.

03/12/20 09:42 AM #3    

Alan Hausler

Such another sad loss.....R.I.P.

03/12/20 07:21 PM #4    

Cristin Wells (Hines)

Frances...My dear sweet friend,   I am near tears to have received notice of your passing.   Every class reunion that you missed were ones that I missed you and it meant that I looked forward to the next reunion that perhaps you'd attend.   If someone were to ask me now or in the future whose would be a name that I would call a real friend, though we might not have been 'bosom buddies' or have seen each other often throughout life, Frances, you would be right up there at the top of that list.   You never had an unkind word for anyone.   You would be a friend to anyone who approached you on that basis.  [I worried that you might be taken advantage of....]   My mind conjures the many times we talked together, walked together, shared some heart-felt private issues...longings...future roads.   You did your 'thing'; I did my 'thing'...they didn't mesh in daily social activities.  But, we were simpatico.   You loved your, dad...two sisters; then later on, your husband and sons.   You attacked everything you did with your best effort.  You were accomplished.   Though you were easy to be jealous of because of your intrinsic wholesomeness, beauty, quiet charisma, I cannot think of a soul who was maliciously envious.   You were too kind to be judged unkindly.  God bless Paul and your sons as they continue their lives without you.   My heart feels for them that they've lost you from this earthly realm.  It's hard...really hard.   The Love of God and Jesus can help them look forward to the heavenly realm to be with you again. 

     I hope/pray that you didn't suffer in life, knowing that no one person can escape from pains and sufferings throughout a lifetime.   

     I am among the many who loved you.   We'll see one another again, sweet friend.

Cristin Wells Hines/John Hines    10515 Auldine   San Antonio, TX 78230   735.2584  

03/13/20 10:37 AM #5    

Robert Long

I remember her as being just about the nicest person in the entire senior class! My condolences to her family and friends.  Bob Long

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