Rae-Ann Franklin

Published on Thursday, 7 December 2017 20:18


On Dec. 2, 2017, Rae-Ann Franklin passed away after battling a lifelong addiction. She began using around the age of 13, and like any other person, her addiction evolved into something more than her body and life could handle.

Among her survivors: A daughter Brittany is a trooper; a brother Chuck, who also struggled, yet both only remember the very best of her, and a mother Beverly, who is also the victim of various addictions, and barely holding on.

The Lord sent us a rescue in our youth, and like many other people we also walked away. If there wasn’t a lot of good, eventually Rae knew the Lord when she died. For those who knew us growing up, we hope there are only the best memories, and thoughts about us over these years. Send condolences to cnf72@outlook.com

Posted in The Bristol Press, on Thursday, 7 December 2017 20:18. Updated: Thursday, 7 December 2017 20:20.