Frankie Lynn Carney

Frankie Lynn Carney, maiden name Langley, passed away on March 11, 2021. Frankie was born May 22, 1956 in Houston to Ruth Langley and Claude Langley.

She is survived by her younger son Jason, and her older son Sid, Sid’s wife Brittany and her grandchildren Taeya, Kaylee, Jocelyn and Sydnee. Frankie is also survived by her brother Johnny Langley and his wife Susana. Aunt Frankie is survived by her nieces and nephews Crystal, Amanda, Ryan Langley and Jenny Lambert, Ruth Jolly and Rae Ann Adams. Her husband and best friend, Sidney Mac Carney, preceded her in death, after 38 years of marriage.

A memorial service to celebrate Frankie’s life and contributions will be held on April 2nd, 2021 at Davis Green Lawn Funeral Home located at 3900 B F Terry Blvd, Rosenberg, TX 77471. Thoughts, well wishes, and contributions can be sent to this location or through their website at Frankie Lynn Carney — View Obituary & Service Information.

The family will be receiving visitors from 1pm on April 2nd, 2021 until 2pm when the service will begin. The service will be available in person to a maximum group of 50 people inside the chapel and will also be available through the website listed above as a live streamed ceremony.

Tributes and words of condolence may be left for the family at www.davisgreenlawnfh.com.

Arrangements are under the direction of Davis-Greenlawn Funeral Home, 3900 B.F. Terry Blvd., Rosenberg, Texas 77471, Phone: 281-341-8800.

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