of Harrison, AR
December 31, 1942 - May 31, 2023
Frankie Anita Bellora passed away Wednesday, May 31, 2023, at North Arkansas Regional Medical Center in Harrison, Arkansas. Frankie was born December 31, 1942, in Memphis, Tennessee, to Joe Frank Keeling and Benita Cleve (Parrish) Keeling. Frankie is preceded in death by her parents; Joe and Benita Keeling; husband; Val Bellora; and one stepson, James Bellora. Frankie was a member of many organizations, such as First Christian Church, Beta Epsilon Sorority, and Business and Professional Women. Frankie loved music and often played piano; she enjoyed reading and sightseeing whenever possible. Frankie also served many years as the administrative assistant to the President of North Arkansas College. Frankie is survived by her sister, Patricia Sue Turner; six step-sons, Anthony Bellora, Joe Bellora, Ken Bellora, Robert Bellora, Val Bellora, and John Bellora; three step-daughters, Kathleen Bellora Clark, Mary Bellora Davidson, and Rosann Bellora Davis; her special friends, Annette West, Debbie Stewart-West and Madi Stewart and a host of loving nieces, nephews, cousins, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, along with many others. The memorial service was held Monday, June 5, 2023, at Roller-Christeson Funeral Home. On Monday, June 5, 2023, the Visitation was held at Roller-Christeson Funeral Home in Harrison, Arkansas. Memorials may be made to The United Way of Boone County, PO Box 2503, Harrison, Arkansas 72602-2503.
Iâ€™m so sorry for your loss. One of my best friends in the world Tony is your stepson and he always told me what a great woman you are. Fly with the angels â¤ï¸
With such a heavy heart we say goodbye. You were always such a bright spot in this unique wide spread family. You will be greatly missed. May your sister and extended family and friends find some solace in knowing you're with Dad, your husband Val. May the dear Lord help us find some peace with that thought. Forever in our hearts. Rest in peace dearest. Love you always. The Amite crew.
Mama V,You faithfully loved your husband, and turned him into an even better father for us. You were under no obligation to love his children, but you made us your own and loved us year after year after year. Inheriting 10 grown children was a daunting task, but you made every concern of dadâ€™s your own concern as well. And even when he left this world, you did not leave us, but loved us still even up until your very last Motherâ€™s Day. We love you Mama V and we miss you already.
Our condolences ðŸ™ May God rest her beautiful soul.
With deepest sympathy!
Sorry for your loss. Condolences to the family. I always enjoyed visiting with her when our paths crossed.