Frances Flowers Ergle, formerly of Stone Mountain, Ga., passed away on Friday, May 23, 2014. She was born in Stone Mountain, Georgia, on February 8th, 1921 to James Raymond and Audrey Lily Rawlins Flowers. She is preceded in death by her husband, Etto Ergle, of nearly 50 years. She was an active member of Stone Mountain First Baptist Church, the Women’s Missionary Union, the Joy Sunday School Class, the Grandmother’s Club, Stone Mountain Women’s Club, and The Golden Group of Gum Creek Presbyterian Church. She is lovingly remembered and survived by her children, Alice (Mike) Wallace; Peggy(Ken) Watkins; Dan(Susan)Ergle. Grandchildren: Alison(Billy)Garrett; Shannon(Kevin)Davis; Jennifer(Jeff)Stoddard; Melissa(Thomas)Rister; Dan(Brittany)Ergle; Amanda(John)Malette; and Emily Ergle. Great-Grandchildren: Briley and Braden Garrett; Laura, Micah, and Sierra Davis; Taylor and Hunter Stoddard; Luke Rister; Oliva Ergle; Lexi and Drake Malette. Sisters: Vertice Blalock; Marie(David)Moore; Mae(Herman)Finnell; Ray(Shelia)Flowers; and Ann(Bill)Mewborn. Numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. The family thanks the caregivers at Merryville Assisted Living, Oxford, Georgia, and Abbey Hospice, Social Circle, Georgia for easing our mother’s journey through her final moments. Funeral Services will be held Sunday, May 25 2014, at 3PM from the Chapel of Wages and Sons Stone Mountain, Georgia with Dr. Dan Parker and Reverend Claire Yoder officiating. Interment to follow at Melwood Cemetery. The family will receive friends on Saturday, May 24, 2014 from 4PM until 8PM. Wages and Sons Stone Mountain Chapel is in charge of the arrangements 770-469-9811.

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  1. Our thoughts and prayers to you and your family, In Christ Name love, Shane , Sherry, Summer Stevens

  2. My heart and prayers, go out to the family in the lose of Frances. I sure would like to seen her more in the pass years, but I will always, have the wonderful memories of all the good times we had together at the family reunions, and all the fun we had coming to Stone Mountain and visiting with her and the families. Sorry I couldn’t be their in person to say good-bye, but I had all of you in my heart and prayers. I know all of you will have so many memories of her and the good times you all had together during her last years on earth. We know now she in a wonderful place of peace and with all her family members she has loss in the pass years. Her and my mother always, looked alike and looking at her picture sure looks like my beautiful mother. May God be with all of you during the time you have to say good-bye.

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