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TALSMA, Frankie Lee  - Age 25, passed away peacefully on August 10, 2019, with family by her side.

Frankie is survived by her parents Brenda Moncrief (Glenn Hackett) and Neil Talsma (Taryn Talsma), her sister Maggie Talsma, her brother Tarquin Talsma, step siblings Evan and Cahley Hackett, nephew Taven Duffy, her Grandparents Carol and Harmen Talsma.

Frankie will also be deeply missed by her extended family and forever remembered by her boyfriend Jay McConnell.

Last but not least she will be sadly missed by her fur babies Teller, Charlie and Tanner.

Frankie embodies everything about Live - Laugh - Love. Our badass country girl, with a heart of gold and a passion for animals, her family, her friends and living life to its fullest. Her smile, laughter and kindness imprinted on everyone that knew her.

Friends are invited to attend a Celebration of Frankie's life at Scrambles Kitchen & Bar (350 Reach Street, Uxbridge) on Saturday August 17th from 4:00 p.m - 12:00 a.m with a Memorial Service at 5:00.

Please come ready to share stories, and enjoy a buffet and drinks with the family.

In memory of Frankie’s love for animals, we ask that any donations be made to the Ontario SPCA.