302-478-7100 Wilmington & Hockessin, DE

Frances A. Guynes

Frances A. Guynes, age 70, passed away peacefully at home with her family on Wednesday, January 30, 2019.

She was a graduate of Brandywine High School and continued her education at Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas.

Frances loved her family dearly and enjoyed vacations to the Caribbean, Disney and many other places with her family. During her retirement, she enjoyed fishing and crabbing at the Holly Lake Campground beach. When she had time, Frances loved to take road trips to the Outer Banks and NASCAR races. Of course, she was an avid Eagles fan.

Frances was involved in keeping in touch with Brandywine High School friends through reunions or luncheons. She always looked forward to the cousins’ luncheon each month.

She is survived by her fiancé and best friend of 19 years, Tom Weiss, daughter Mary, son-in-law Brian and grandsons Matthew and Tyler. Frances was predeceased by her parents, Francis and Sabina Walls.

The family would like to send a special thanks to Compassionate Care Hospice for all their help and for their love and care.

Funeral services will be held at 11:00 am on Wednesday February 6, 2019 at CHANDLER FUNERAL HOME, 2506 Concord Pike, Wilmington where friends may call beginning at 10:00 am. Burial will follow in Silverbrook Cemetery.

Funeral Services

Chandler Funeral Home, 2506 Concord Pike, Wilmington Delaware 19803

Visitation:  10:00 am to 11:00 am on Wednesday February 6, 2019

Service:  11:00 am on Wednesday February 6, 2019

Silverbrook Cemetery – burial will follow the service

 

Condolences

    Susan Stamper writes,
    I thank God for the gift of bringing Frani and I together in friendship and love since our high school days. I'll miss your kind spirit and our long talks. Rest in Peace my dear Frani Girl until we meet again and share many more great times, and laughs. I love you!
    02/04/2019 02:12 pm
    Michael Jordan lit a candle and writes,
    To our dear Franni girl. My your journey continue to be one of the way you lived, full of love, friendship and that lovely smile of yours. You brought so much joy to so many of us. RIP dear friend. Love and miss you.
    02/04/2019 03:36 pm
    Beth Haas Teasley lit a candle and writes,
    Sweet Franni Girl: I will be forever grateful reconnecting with you at our BHS mini and cherish our many conversations! Thank you for your friendship. You will be missed!
    02/04/2019 06:55 pm
    Bonnie & Colleen Redmond lit a candle and writes,
    Thanks for all the laughs! You have always been a true friend since 2ns grade. Miss you humor, voice, friendship, It will be hard not to pick up the phone to catch up, chat about our treatments and about life in general. We miss you and love you! Bonnie & Colleen
    02/04/2019 07:11 pm
    Sue Hampshire writes,
    Our high school class was so huge that I never knew Franni in high school. I met her at the mini-reunions that she and Michael Jordan organized a couple of times a year. Frani had a lovely smile and was so friendly, gracious, and welcoming that I grew to love her. I will really miss her
    02/04/2019 07:14 pm
    Wendy Connolly lit a candle and writes,
    Have so many good memories of Fran, she will be missed and she was loved
    02/04/2019 07:39 pm
    Meg Trump Ellison writes,
    Frani and I were best friends in elementary school and spent weekends either at my house or hers. We lost touch in jr high and got back together in high school. We lost touch again after graduation and thank her for making me attend the Brandywine reunions. Each time we got back together was like time stood still as her personality was so warm and accepting. My memories include our trip to Canada with my parents and smoking our 1st Pall Mall unfiltered and almost choking to death. Rest in peace my old friend.
    02/05/2019 06:43 pm
    Kathy McCormick lit a candle and writes,
    Frani was a classic example of the adage "to have a friend, you must be a friend." Frani embraced everyone with sincere love, and she was greatly loved back. The greater the love, the greater the grief. How we will miss her!
    02/05/2019 08:43 pm

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