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Frances Dykes Obituary, 68 yrs Old, Resident of Soso, Mississippi, Has Passed Away

Frances Dykes Obituary, Death – 68-year-old Frances Dykes, who resided in Soso, Mississippi, passed away on Thursday, January 25, 2024, at her home in SoSo, Mississippi. On September 15, 1955, she was born in Laurel, Mississippi. Her birthday is September 15. Those who came before Frances in death were her devoted husband, Ricky Dykes, whom she saw as her soulmate for all of eternity; her cherished father, Johnnie Ingram; and her mother, Katie Ryals.

Among her survivors are her son, Brad Dykes, who resides in Dayton, Ohio; her daughter, Amanda Corley, who is married to Kevin Bowman and lives in Ackerman, Mississippi; her granddaughters, Sarah Pettit and Tarah Dykes, both of whom reside in Dayton, Ohio; her grandson, Tayler Corley, who attends Mississippi State University; and her grandson, Kamden Bowman, who resides in Ackerman, Mississippi; and a large number of other friends and family members. As a wife, mother, nanny, and nurse, she was cherished by her family.

She had a deep affection for her family. During her time at Big Creek Baptist Church, she was a member. The most important thing was that she had a relationship with Jesus, and she wished for everyone to be familiar with him. The Colonial Chapel Funeral Home of Laurel, located at 4593 Indian Springs Road in Laurel, Mississippi, will be the location of the visitation that will take place on Saturday, January 27, 2024, from 12:00 PM until 2:00 PM. After that, at 2:00 p.m., there will be funeral services. After the funeral, the burial will take place in Big Creek Cemetery, which is located in Soso, Mississippi.

It will be officiated by Brother Adam Sloan. The arrangements are being handled by Colonial Chapel Funeral Home, which is located in Laurel. Telephone number: 601-649-3342 The following individuals have volunteered to serve as pallbearers: Brad Dykes, Tayler Corley, Kevin Bowman, John Pearson, Jason Jefcoat, and Brian Johnson. Instead of sending flowers, the family respectfully begs that memorial contributions be sent to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital during this difficult time. Visit www.colonialchapellaurel.com in order to sign a guestbook that is available online.

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