Frances P. Conrad entered into God’s presence on September 22nd 2020.
She was born Frances Pearl Strange on October 4, 1943 to John H. Strange and Betty E. (Porter) Strange at Port Saint Joe, Fla.
She met Harold Conrad as he was serving at Tyndall Air Force Base. They married on June 3rd 1960 and in 1962 had their first child, Dean and two years later Deanna and 12 years later Dianna.
She was an active member of the Boynton First Baptist Church where she taught Sunday School and helped with Vacation Bible School.
A dedicated worker, she was employed at several places throughout the years: Tubular Steele, Wainwright schools as a cook and bus driver. She experienced the hayfield as a raker on Mooney Ranch, Tumble In in Muskogee, Winchell’s Donuts, the Court Clerk’s office, the County Clerk’s office, and the County Barn from District 3 before retiring.
She was a dedicated wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother who gave her all in everything she did.
Her chicken and noodles were always expected at family gatherings because everyone loved them.
Fishing, gardening, and sewing were things she enjoyed doing. She loved spending time with her grandkids and great grandkids.
She was preceded in death by her mother, father, a sister Christine Eaden, her brother, Buddy Strange and granddaughter, Terri Jo Bellis.
She leaves behind to cherish her memory, her husband of 60 years; three children, Dean Conrad and wife Kristen of Oktaha, Dianna Bunch and husband Scot of Oktaha, and Deanna Richison of Henryetta; grandchildren, Travis Conrad, Jerrilynn Osterhout, Dalton Conrad, Dillon Conrad, Rebekah Bunch, Joseph Bunch, Jason Richison and Joshua Richison; and great grandchildren, Aviana Conrad, Harper Conrad, Maxton Conrad, Ava, Nathan, and Gabriel Osterhout, Alee Richison, Duelly and Levi Richison.
Mama’s middle name was Pearl and rightly so because she was a jewel to us all.
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