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“Genny- so sorry for your loss! Fran was one of a kind. Always making people laugh. Fun to be around. And she was such a great person inside and...Read More »
1 of 6 | Posted by: Deb Bartl - Taylor, MI - Family

“Aunt Fran, always such a loving and thoughtful person who loved her family and friends. Now among the angels looking down on us. Rest peacefully. ”
2 of 6 | Posted by: Elizabeth Potvin - Bend, OR

“Frannie - a dear friend and truly a "one of a kind person". You made us laugh so many times, too many to remember. From our days in high school at...Read More »
3 of 6 | Posted by: jack and carol Richter Booker - MI

“Your Mom was so full of life . All the fun times she visited the court dressed for xmas or halloween, she was always so funny.. She will be missed....Read More »
4 of 6 | Posted by: Marsha Gilmer - Taylor, MI

“Ginny {'m so sorry for your loss. Fran was a person that you will always remember. She was always smiling and had a laugh that was contagious. She...Read More »
5 of 6 | Posted by: Abbie DeAngelo - Flat Rock, MI

“To the entire Hintz family...we are so sorry for your loss. Fran was always a joy to be around. Her personality was so perky, and she didn't have...Read More »
6 of 6 | Posted by: Barbara Hutchinson - Brighton, MI


Fran Leclaire born to the late Henry and Genevieve Hintz May 8, 1941 in Detroit. November 20, 2017. Age 76; of Taylor. Beloved wife of Dave Leclaire for 54 years. Loving mother to David (Renee) Leclaire, Genny (Brian) Evans, and Mike (Tamra) Leclaire. Cherished grandma of Justin (Brooke), Kyle, Matthew, Jacob, the late Ian, and the late Owen. Proud Gigi of Michaela. Loving sister to 7 brothers and 3 sisters. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Even if not listed by name, Fran loved all of her family. She will be sadly missed. She was the life of the party; she enjoyed going to the casino to play slots and hosting card games. She also loved gardening and was the catcher for the St. Constance softball team back in the day. She was a loving mother and caregiver. In lieu of flowers, in Fran's honor, donations may be made to the family.