Frances A. Horton-Joslin

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Frances A. Horton-Joslin, 95, of Hermitage, passed away of natural causes at 5:15 p.m. Monday (Sept. 9, 2019) in Quality Life Services of New Castle.
Frances was born March 25, 1924, in Sharon, a daughter of Albert Spargo and Myrtle (Findley) Spargo.
She worked as a manager in the retail business.
Frances enjoyed sewing, baking and most of all spending time with her family.
She is survived by: three daughters, Wanda Horton, Gail Thompson and Sandra Taylor, all of Florida; a son, Dale Horton of Washington; several grandchildren and many great-grandchildren.
Frances was preceded in death by; her parents; her first husband, Charles Horton; her second husband, Henry Joslin; three daughters, Marilyn Horton, Mary Jane Horton, Linda Black; and four sons, Tommy, Albert, Skip and David Horton.

HORTON-JOSLIN
Frances A. Horton-Joslin, 95, of Hermitage.
Graveside service: 11 a.m. Friday (9-13-19) in America's Cemetery. Friends may sign guest book at www.flynnfuneralhome.com
Arrangements by JOHN FLYNN FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORY, INC., 2630 E. State St., Hermitage.
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Published on September 10, 2019
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Norma Patrick
Sep 11, 2019
Wanda Dale Gail and Sandy... Our sincere Sympathy on the loss of your Mother. She was a very nice lady. I miss our visits with her.
We liked to eat fresh peas together. I enjoyed
making pies and soup for her. We also miss Skip, and his special brownies..... we will never forget our friendship with them.
God Bless them and all of you.
Eddie and Norma
Tom Spargo
Sep 11, 2019
My most sincere condolences to her family. In my youth Aunt Frances was my only Aunt (or uncle) to give me unconditional love in spite of my many indiscretions- (I got into trouble a lot) Then as an adult I continued to feel that same love every time I visited her or talked with her on the phone. She was a one-of-a kind lady and I will miss her.