Darlene Ruth Frank

STEVENSVILLE — Darlene Ruth Frank, 80, of Stevensville, died peacefully Tuesday, February 16, 2021. Her life began August 29, 1940, in Three Oaks, Michigan, the youngest of four children born to Walter and Annamay Layman.

Darlene’s passions were her children and grandchildren. She enjoyed getting together with family and friends, especially during the Christmas season. She enjoyed shopping for her loved ones to make any celebration exceptional.

Darlene will be greatly missed by family and friends. She is survived by her son, Daniel (Michele) Kaiser of Stevensville; daughter in law, Vickie Kaiser of Stevensville; grandchildren, Casey (Matt) Ashton of Chicago, Illinois, Austin (Karlee Benner) Kaiser and Morgan Kaiser, both of Indianapolis, Indiana; stepsons, Larry and Jim Frank, both of Indianapolis, Indiana, Robbie Frank of South Bend, Indiana; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her first husband, Raymond Kaiser; her second husband, Lawrence Frank; her brother, Dale Layman; her sisters, Dorothy Versaw, Donnevie Perham; and her son, Gregory Kaiser.

The family will observe a private remembrance.

Darlene will be laid to rest with her husband, Lawrence, in Forest Lawn Cemetery.

The family prefers contributions in Darlene’s memory be made to The Alzheimer’s Association, 225 North Michigan Avenue, Floor 17, Chicago, Illinois, 60601.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Pobocik Chapel Wagner Family Funerals, Three Oaks. Please share a memory or a message online: wagnercares.com.

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