Frances Marion Steers (nee Sibbett)

Frances Marion Steers (nee Sibbett)
It is with profound sadness our family announces the passing of Frankie Steers, a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend, surrounded by the love of her family, on Thursday December 1, in her 76th year.
Cherished wife and best friend for 53 years of Allan Steers. Adored mother of Edward Steers and his wife Elaine, and Linda Bacon and her husband Terry. Dearly loved grandmother of Alex and Jessica Steers, and Chase and Zachary Barber. Loving daughter of the late Hugh (1988) and Gladys (2011) Sibbett. Beloved sister of Marilyn (Ray) Giroux, Marsha (Peter) Jackson, Glen Sibbett (Cathy) and Cathy (Phil) Stephenson. Much loved sister-in-law of Florence Lundy, George Steers, Henrietta Steers, Carol (Sam) Travis, Sharon (Paul) Beauvais, Dave (Doreen) Steers, Elaine (Perry) Burns. She will be sadly missed by her many treasured cousins, nieces and nephews.
Frankie and Allan were high school sweethearts and lifelong friends who began their love affair in 1957 while attending Pelham High School. Frankie worked at Atlas Steels in Welland for 32 years, retiring in 1992, and devoted many wonderful retirement years to her family and neighbourhood children.
Her family thanks the nurses and staff of Northland Pointe Long Term Care Facility for their wonderfully kind and compassionate care.
Resting at the LAMPMAN FUNERAL HOME, 724 Canboro Road, Fenwick for funeral service in the Lampman Chapel on Monday, December 5, at 11:00 a.m. Interment at Fonthill Cemetary to follow. Visiting Sunday, December 4, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region would be appreciated. Please share your condolences, memories and photos at

3 thoughts on “Frances Marion Steers (nee Sibbett)

  • t Our Condolence to all of you. We will miss Frankie, but know she is in a far better place. Our prayers and thoughts will be with all.

  • We are so saddened to hear of FRankie’s passing. We are in Florida and so wish we could attend. You have been through a lot and our thoughts are with all of your family. I will always remember Frankie’s laughter and smile. ur Condolence

  • Al and family my sincere condolences on the passing of your wife Frankie. I enjoyed working with her in the South Plant.
    Your children should know how proud she was of them she talked about them over lunch regularly.

    God Bless


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