GRAVESIDE SERVICE: 10.30 A.M. Tuesday, November 14, 2017, at Gardens of Memory.
VISITATION: Family will meet with friends at the funeral home prior to service.
MEMORIALS: If desired, memorials can be made to the General Fund of First Baptist Church, 407 N. Houston Street, Comanche, Texas 76442.
Aranna Frances Fields, age 91, passed away on Saturday, November 11, 2017, in Comanche, Texas.
She was born on May 3, 1926, to the late L.G. and Beatrice Craig Dry Holland, in DeLeon, Texas. Frances graduated from Proctor High School, received a B.S. and M. Ed. From West Texas State University, and received certification for supervision and curriculum development from Sul Ross State University. She was employed in Texas Public Schools for thirty-seven years. She was a member of the Texas and Comanche County Retired Teachers Associations and was a life member of the Texas State Teachers Association. After retirement she was a volunteer at the Comanche County Food Pantry and later at the Comanche Child Care Center. She was a past president of the Rejebian Club.
On February 10, 1946, Frances was united in marriage to Kenneth Fields in Comanche. They happily celebrated both fiftieth and sixtieth wedding anniversaries. She was a member of the First Baptist Church in Comanche and a member of the Mary Martha Sunday School Class.
She is survived by one grandson, Jonathan Clark and wife Shandell of Ardmore, Oklahoma; one granddaughter, Riki Clark of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma; one great-granddaughter, Adin Grace Calark of Ardmore, Oklahoma; four brothers, Orville Holland and wife Wilda of Cross Plains, James Holland and wife Barbara of Comanche, Richard Holland and wife Mary of Comanche, and L.G. Holland, Jr. and wife Kay of Henderson; one sister, Ann Cartwright and husband Don of Hopkinsville, Kentucky; and many nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents, L.G. and Beatrice Holland; her husband, Kenneth Fields; one daughter, Darlene DeGuire; two sisters, LaRue Hudson and Lila Pipkin; and one brother Donald Holland.