Frankie Mae Proctor

March 5, 1943 ~ July 19, 2022 (age 79)


Frankie Mae Proctor was born on March 5th, 1943, in Texarkana, Texas.  Frankie is the daughter of Mabel Brown Wright and Frank Wright Sr.  She was raised in Childress, Texas, where she lived and went to school, until moving to Oklahoma, with her parents and three brothers and one sister. 
Frankie later came into union with Adam Dean Abraham whom she met in Texarkana, Texas.  From this union five children were born.  Adam and Frankie lived in Grandfield, Oklahoma until his death.  Frankie later married Willie Lee Proctor of Chickasha, Oklahoma.  Frankie and Willie were married and lived in Grandfield, Oklahoma.  Of this marriage came five children.  

Frankie worked in the home raising and caring for her children. She loved cooking and would feed the town if needed. She never turned anyone away. Frankie also worked as a hairdresser. Frankie loved everyone she came in contact with and would help everyone when she could. Frankie loved telling stories to her family and friends.  She always made everyone laugh with her stories, and her sayings, like “Ain’t that summin”.  Frankie had a genuine heart that will be missed by any and everyone who has ever come in contact with her.  

Frankie has 13 children, Randy Wright, Tommy & Cindy Wright, Frances & Johnny Isabell, Linda & Malcolm Alston, Diane & Allen Miller, Marvin & Cherri Wright, Timmy Sr & Star Wright, Audrey Wright, Jason Proctor, Angel & Marcus McCowan, Tracy Proctor & Jason Peters, Patricia Proctor, Angela Proctor & Joshua Bishop.

Frankie Mae was proceeded in death by her parents Mabel and Frank Wright, sister Kathryn Wright, brother Willie Brown, daughter Audrey Wright, and two grandchildren Colton Wayne Copeland, Indica Jackson
Frankie leaves behind her husband of 42 years, Willie Proctor, 12 children, 2 nephews, 32 grandchildren, 29 great grandchildren, 23 stepchildren, and a host of family and friends.  

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