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Mary Frances Hart

May 5, 1942 — November 20, 2023

Mary Frances Hart, known affectionately by all as Frances, passed away peacefully on November 20, 2023, in her hometown of Greenville, SC. Born on May 5, 1942, Frances lived a life full of love, passion, and selflessness, leaving behind a legacy that will continue to inspire those who knew her.

Frances was a devoted wife to her late husband, Daniel Hart, and a loving mother to her late daughter, Toni Crumley. She was a cherished mother-in-law to Ronnie Crumley and a doting grandmother to Amanda (Scott) Newman and the late Buffie Evans. Frances was also a proud great-grandmother to Hunter (Brook) Robitaille, Bodhi Newman, Rachel Newman, Jordan (Liam) Cutrer, and Charli Newman, and a great-great-grandmother to Paisley Robitaille, Maci Robitaille, Daniel Robitaille, and Archer Cutrer. Her family was her pride and joy, and she poured her heart into nurturing and caring for them.

Frances was a hardworking woman, dedicating 20 years of her life as a linesman at Michelin. Her work ethic was unparalleled, and she was respected by her colleagues for her dedication and commitment. Frances was not just a worker, but a team player, always ready to lend a hand and share her knowledge with others.

Beyond her professional life, Frances had a deep love for gardening. She found peace and joy in nurturing plants and watching them grow, a testament to her nurturing spirit. She was also an avid sports fan, with a particular fondness for the Gamecocks. Whether it was baseball or football, Frances never missed a chance to cheer on her favorite teams. Her love for sports was infectious, and she often spent time watching games with her grandkids, creating memories that they will cherish forever.

Frances had a passion for cooking and baking, often delighting her family with her delicious creations. Her love for hotdogs was well-known among her loved ones, and she could always be counted on to bring her cherry salad, strawberry cake, and her famous fudge to family gatherings. Her culinary skills were a reflection of her love for her family, as she believed that food was a way to bring people together and create lasting memories.

Frances was a woman of many passions, but above all, she was a woman of love. She loved her family fiercely and selflessly, always putting their needs before her own. Her love was a beacon that guided her family, providing them with comfort and strength. Frances was a pillar of her community, always ready to lend a hand and share her love with those around her.

In her passing, Frances leaves behind a legacy of love, passion, and selflessness. Her memory will live on in the hearts of her loved ones, serving as a reminder of the power of love and the importance of family. Frances will be deeply missed, but her spirit will continue to inspire those who knew her.

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