Stephen Franklin Blanton
Carrollton & Farmers Branch

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1965 The Roar
R. L. High School
Carrollton, Dallas Co., Texas
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Services held for Blanton

Stephen Franklin Blanton, a Carrollton attorney and the son of a former state representative, was buried Wednesday, Oct 20, in Furneaux Cemetery. Memorial  services were held in the Holy Covenant United Methodist  Church after his burial.

Blanton died  Tuesday, Oct 18, after a lengthy illness.

Blanton, 31, was born in Carrollton Oct 16, 1946. He was a descendant of Carrollton pioneer families. His survivors include his widow, Georgean, and a daughter, Sonnet. Other survivors  are  his parents, Former State Representative and Mrs. Jack Blanton, two sisters, Mrs. Mary Symmank of Austin and Mrs. Jean Wood of Houston; and his grandmother, Mrs. Marion Good of Carrollton.

The family has requested that memorials be made either to the Holy Covenant United Methodist Church, or Wadley Institute of Molecular Medicine.

Submitted by Edward Lynn Williams



Stephen F., 1501 Francis, Carrollton. Survived by wife, Mrs. Georjean Blanton, Carrollton, daughter, Sonnet, Carrollton; parents, Mr. & Mrs Jack Blanton, Carrollton; grandmother, Mrs. Willie Good, Carrollton, sisters, Mary Symmank, Austin, Joan Wood, Houston, Interment service 9 a.m. Thursday, Furneaux Cemetery, Carrollton. memorial services 10 a.m. Thursday, Holy Covenant United Methodist Church, Carrollton. Pallbearers, Mr. Jim Beach, Pinky Clements, Willie Arnold, Dick Parsons, Ron Kessier,  Baker Montgomery, Robert L. (Skipper) Trimble, John Sartain. Memorials may be made to Holy Covenant United Methodist Church or Wadley Institute.
I-35 at Crosby Rd. Carrollton

The Dallas Morning News - October 20, 1977
Submitted by Edward Lynn Williams


1946 - 1977

Furneaux Cemetery, Carrollton, Denton County, Texas


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