Holley Marie Frawley, 33, of Savannah, Georgia entered into eternal peace Wednesday morning, June 10, 2020. Since she was seven she fought many battles with diabetes, but diabetes finally won the war. Most recently Holley’s leg was amputated due to diabetes, but no matter what her situation she fought harder and stood taller than many of those around her. She will be sadly missed as a mother, daughter, sister and friend.
Holley was born in Savannah, Georgia on February 20 1987 to Franklin Frawley and the late Rosie Ruby Frawley. She had a sweet, kind, generous personality and never met a stranger. She was not a “girlie girl”, but a country girl at heart. She loved to camp, boat, play cornhole, and sit around the fire surrounded by family and friends. Her children were the center of her world and her whole heart. Holley’s most memorable and enjoyable moments were with her children and family, but there were not enough of those moments.
Holley had so much love to give, so much life to live. We know she is no longer in pain, and hopefully the smile has returned to her face as well as the sparkle in her eyes. She is in a better place surrounded by those who passed before us. I can only imagine how happy she must be to be with her mother, uncle, and grandparents. Knowing Holley and how friendly she is, I am sure she will soon be making friends and will soon be catching a ride with Dale Earnhardt, dancing with Patrick Swayze, and having cheesecake with the Golden Girls.
Sadly missed by her daughter, Makenzie Paige; son, John Silas; father, Franklin Frawley; a sister, Heather Walker and her husband, Adam; her brother, Harold Frawley, a niece, Camryn Walker, and nephews, Chad Walker and Lane Frawley. Holley was dearly loved by her aunts Becky Ennis and Regina Thompson, and cousins Stacey Gruber Clark, Billy Thompson, and Jaime Ennis Elliott.
The family will receive friends from 2 until 4 o’clock Sunday afternoon, June 14, 2020, at Gamble Funeral Service – 410 Stephenson Avenue.
The funeral service will be held at 11 o’clock Monday morning, June 15, 2020, in the chapel of Gamble Funeral Service conducted by the Reverend Dr. Drew Corbett.
Remembrances – In lieu of flowers the family hopes you will help Holley fulfill what she thought she never could, providing for her minor children, through a trust account: c/o Heather Walker, 509 Cypressridge Run Springfield, Georgia 31329-6745.