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Frances ReVill

Frances ReVill

Tuesday, January 28th, 1936 Wednesday, August 12th, 2020

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Obituary for Frances ReVill

Frances ReVill, 84 years young, passed away suddenly, on Wednesday, August 12, 2020 in Martinsburg.

Frances was born on January 28, 1936 in Chicago, IL to Alice Mull and Janie McKnight.

She was employed for many years at the U.S Postal Service, Macy’s and underground Cross Campus Library at Yale University in New Haven, CT. She also worked with various community agencies in CT. Upon retiring to WV, she was employed at Walmart, was active in the Salvation Army Auxiliary and The Berkeley County Senior Center. She attended Bethel Assembly of God where she was active in their Senior Group and their Bible Study Group. She was also a participant at Second Baptist Church where she attended Bible Study and helped with their volunteer clothing closet. Frances worked with the adult handicapped population in Martinsburg for several years. She was a friendly, well-liked, and hard-working person with a servant’s heart who never met a stranger. A lover of books and learning, she graduated after three years of high school as did her daughter and granddaughter. She was very proud of her grandchildren and the fact that they were both hard workers. She liked to remind friends that her grandson was reading fluently at the age of four. He is still an avid reader because Frances read to him constantly and taught him to also become a lover of books.

Frances is survived by her daughter, Michellece Cufone, of Providence, RI; and two grandchildren, Agostino Jonathan (A.J) of Los Angeles, CA, and Christina Frances, of Jersey City, NJ.

She leaves behind a host of good friends especially Rev. Don and Dee LaFaber, who treated her like family, she will be dearly missed by all.

A memorial service will be held at a later date due to the current Covid 19 crisis.

Memorial contributions may be sent in her memory to the Martinsburg Rescue Mission, PO box 843, Martinsburg, WV, 25402.

Online condolences may be offered at www.BrownFuneralHomesWV.com

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sharon albright

Frances attended our Bethel early morning service and our Senior Sunday School class. I miss you, my friend.
Comment | Posted at 11:05pm via Condolence
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Gail wilhelm

I worked with Ms. Frances for 10 years at walmart she was always so sweet an kind an helpful had a good sense of humor she will be dearly missed you earned your wings fly high Ms. Frances you'll always be in my thoughts thank u for all u did on earth
Comment | Posted at 06:11pm via Condolence
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Midge Wilson

I met Frances as a volunteer at Berkeley Senior Services quite a few years ago. I always teased her about buying books and greeting cards. She was so interesting to talk to and always upbeat and pleasant. She will be missed at the Senior Center by all who were priveledge to know her. Rest in peace, Frances!
Comment | Posted at 11:47am via Condolence
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hhenderson50@hotmail.com

I met Miss Frances at an AARP meeting at the senior center several years ago, and we became friends. Her keen intelligence and wit, as well as her kindness and obvious spirituality, made her someone I immediately felt comfortable with. She will be deeply missed.

Helen Henderson
Comment | Posted at 09:42am via Condolence
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Barbara Mesa

Miss Frances was a beautiful person. I knew her from Walmart and Second Baptist Church. I enjoyed talking to her and teasing her about being one of my husbands "Walmart girlfriends". She was a devout christian and is now with her Lord and Savior in Heaven. I will miss seeing her at bible study.
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