Frances Olliff Frobos

Frances Olliff Frobos

November 11, 1921 - October 11, 2014

Frances Olliff Frobos

November 11, 1921 - October 11, 2014


Martha Frances Olliff Frobos, 92, passed away October 11, 2014 in Murfreesboro TN. Born November 5, 1921 in Jacksonville Beach FL to Willie Eunice Cochran and Moses Epstein Olliff, she resided in Jacksonville FL most of her life. She was a graduate of Andrew Jackson High School, and served in the Navy during WWII, stationed in Washington D.C. She earned a B.S. from FSU in Home Economics and in 1951 she married William C. Frobos and had 4 children. She was a member of Arlington Methodist Church and taught Sunday school. She enjoyed sewing, volunteered at a food co-op, and was an avid genealogist. She is predeceased by her parents, husband, and 4 siblings. She is survived by children: Linda Frobos, Carmen Frobos, Walter Frobos & wife Peggy, and Martha Frobos; by grandchildren: Chad Frobos, Holly Nick Jeffers, Charlie Frobos, and Jennifer Jason Long; and great grandchildren: Lily, Levi, and Aubrey. A private service will be held at a future date in Jacksonville with interment at Evergreen Cemetery.

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8 responses to Frances Olliff Frobos

  1. I had the honor and privilege of meeting Mrs. Frobos, and found her to be very warm and charming. I extend my sympathies to the family. May you find peace and comfort in the memories of happy times spent with your mother.

  2. Emily Cruse says:

    I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Mrs. Frobos. I knew her through my life long friendship with daughter Carmen and have kept up with her through the years. She was a very sweet person. May time accomplish what no words can do and God hold you in His arms and heal the sorrow you feel.

  3. Carmen, Walter and Peggy, So sorry to hear of your loss of your mother and Mother-in law. Even though I never met your mother, she left behind a wonderful legacy in Carmen and Walter. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family during this time.

  4. Kay Rreagan says:

    Carmen, So sorry to hear about your Mom! Thanks for letting me know. I will be in touch so we can do your birthday lunch. I will be out of town this week. Please let your brother and sisters know I am keeping them in my thoughts and prayers too.

  5. I never met Frances but she left behind a wonderful caring family.

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