Frankie Lorraine White, resident of Blackwell, passed away on Saturday, July 17, 2010 at the Blackwell Regional Hospital. She was 78.
Frankie was born the daughter of Virgil Love and Pauline Banker Love on May 5, 1932 in Blackwell, Oklahoma. She grew up in Oklahoma and worked at the Conestoga Restaurant and the Wheatheart Caf in Tonkawa. Frankie was a chef and she could make the best salads ever. Her favorite meal was fried okra, fried chicken, three musketeer bars and AW Root Beer. Frankie enjoyed being with her family and just three weeks ago enjoyed a family get together and cookout.
She is survived by her daughters, Glynda Lane and husband, Leland and Kay Dunbar and husband, Larry three sisters, Linda Te, Mona Hills and Ruth Love grandchildren, Cory Lane, Shane Smith, Nick Neeley, Matthew Dunbar and friend, Shantelle Hamlett one great grandson, Jacob Smith and numerous nieces and nephews.
She is preceded in death by her parents sons, Dennis Wayne Killman and Tommy Doyle Killman one sister, Virginia Lambert and grandson, Justin Lane.
A private memorial service will be held.
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