© Brown's Durant Funeral and Cremation Service
Submitted by: Terry Dudley
Francis Mardell Conner age 100, passed away, in Celina, Texas on March 16, 2020. Francis was born on July 25th, 1919 in Crawford, Nebraska to Chester and Dora Messick. She attended school in Banty, Oklahoma and was of the Full Gospel faith. Francis married her husband and the father of her children D.A. Riddle in Maytoy, Oklahoma in 1934. She enjoyed sewing, crocheting and quilting.
Francis is preceded in death by her parents Chester and Dora Messick, her husband and the father of her children D.A. Riddle, her son D.A. Riddle Jr., her daughter Linnie Toles, her son Larry Riddle, and her late husband James Conner. Francis is survived by her sons Eugene Riddle and wife Norma of Durant, Oklahoma, Bobby Riddle and wife Paula of Celina, Texas and daughter Jeanie Hall of Durant, Oklahoma. Frances also leaves behind 13 grandchildren, 20 great grandchildren, 14 great- great grandchildren.
Funeral services will be graveside at Old Church Cemetery in Bennington, Oklahoma, Saturday at 2:00 P.M.
Services are under the direction of Browns Funeral Service Durant. Online condolences can be made online www.brownsfuneralservice.com
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