Frances M. Dabler

July 3, 1923 - November 10, 2012
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Cherry Hill Methodist Cemetery
33 Elk Mills Road
Cherry Hill, MD 21921
Thursday 11/15, 2:30 pm

Frances M. Dabler, 89, of Chesapeake City, MD, passed away Saturday November 10, 2012 at Singerly Manor Assisted Living in Elkton. Born in Newark, DE on July 3, 1923, Frances was the daughter of the late John and Tannie Apsley Grant. She was a homemaker and an active member of First Presbyterian Church of ChesapeakeContinue Reading

Sue Hall left a message on December 30, 2012:
I'm missing Frances so much. I have lots of good memories of her, but will only share a couple here. There isn't enough space to share them all! Frances reminded me of my mom. Couldn't help but love her just for that alone. I loved to make her laugh. We'd be walking up the hall, she using her walker. I'd say "wanna race?" and she'd get to gigglin! Frances always had a story to tell. And, she never complained much. Then there was bingo. She was there all the time. If some of us talked just a bit too much, she'd gather up her cards, collect her pennies, etc. and state "I'm going home". As much as she loved to play, she came to play, not to listen to a bunch of gobbly-gook! And, Ruth Ann! Oh how she looked forward to you coming to see her. It meant an outing. To Redners or Middletown, she was ready to go! We all could see how faithful you were in coming to see her. You did everything you could to make her comfortable. I enjoyed our talk the day I came to visit Frances. Felt like I've known you all my life. We had a lot in common as our mothers were "old school" and they raised us with how they were raised. I am so sorry for your loss. Frances was one of a kind. I may come back and edit this as there are so many things I wanted to say.
Sharon left a message on November 19, 2012:
Ms. Frances was a great lady. She will be missed. My prayers are with the family during this time.
Kathy Deitrick left a message on November 14, 2012:
Ruth Ann and family, I know this is a most difficult time. She was a huge part of your life and there will be a void. You did everything to make her happy and enjoy her life before her illness and during her illness. I know she was a wonderful person, even though I never met her, as she raised a wonderful daughter. God bless you all today and in the days ahead.
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