Ollie Rae (Franklin) Walters, 86 , of Fort Lauderdale, passed away peacefully at Florida Medical Center on August 7, 2018. A native of Coffeeville, Mississippi moving to Monroe, Michigan in 1957 and relocating to Toledo, Ohio in 1958 after marrying her husband Aubrey S Walters and finally their last move together after retiring was to Fort Lauderdale, Fl after over 30 years in Toledo. Ollie, is proceed in death by her husband of 55 years Aubrey S Walters , Father Theodore Franklin and Mother Emma Riley and one Sister Addie Mae Logan.
Ollie worked as a Nurses Aide and Unit Secretary at Flower Hospital (Cherry Street) and Sylvania, Ohio for twenty five years and also as Certified Nursing Assistant once relocating to Fort Lauderdale, Fl.
She leaves to cherish her memories children, Jason Neal, Gwendolyn Franklin, Eric (Earline) Walters Maudlene Walters and Alfred (Dana) Overstreet. Her adored Grandchildren, Gregory Woodward, Ronnie Keith Shaw, Joni Harrell, Kakecha Taylor, Chauncey Armstrong ,Michael James Overstreet and Felisha Overstreet, Niyah Walters and Micole Walters and 20 Great- Grandchildren and eight Great-Great-Great Grandchildren and host of loving Nieces and Nephews, Great- Nieces and Nephews. First Cousins Marjorie Jones Moore, Lonnie Reed, Cordelia Reed and Estella Franklin Williams. One Aunt Maudlyn Porter. Godchildren: Dianne Jackson, Arthur Moreland, Richard Jett, Sr., Paul and Paula Bennett and Special Grandchildrens Michelda George, Alex Dennis, Brandon and Bryanna George and her love Malique Jones-Vickers. Special Toledo, Ohio friends Mrs. Mattie Farmer and Mrs. Irene Johnson.
Visitation on Thursday, August 16th from 12:30 P.M. ~ 1:30 P.M. at Fred Hunters Hollywood Memorial Home, 6301 Taft Street, Hollywood. A Funeral Service will begin at 1:30 P.M. at the funeral home. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend.
Entombment will immediately follow the service at Hollywood Memorial Gardens Cemetery and Mausoleum.
My heartfelt condolences to Gwen, Eric, Marty and Cole on the loss of your Mom. Rae's attitude during her lengthy illness was always so positive as she pushed through the treatment, and the pain. Her favorite greeting was "I'm doing okay for an old Lady". The precious memories of spending time with Rae will forever remain in my heart!
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