Frankie Ann Peck, 75 years of age, of Beatrice, NE, passed away March 30, 2020. Frankie was born on November 22, 1944 to Clyde "Papa" Peck and Mary "Boobie" Morrison. Her childhood was spent in Comanche, OK, with her "Daddy Doc" and "Mamma." She moved to Denver, CO, in her early adult life, and married her first love, Jack W. Steele. They had three children and made their home in Littleton, CO. \nShe loved traveling and later owned her own business, Frankie's Travel Center, in Littleton, CO, for many years with her daughter Jackie, and later expanded to Beatrice, NE, to be close to her first granddaughter for a few years before moving back to Littleton where she semi-retired and enjoyed more time with her son Michael.\nFrankie was a daughter of God, loved the Lord, had a serving heart and was a very giving person. She loved her grandchildren, traveling, the mountains, nature, camping, and of course, all dogs.\nAlzheimer's and Dementia took over her life in the later years, where she moved back to Beatrice with her daughter Shelli. Her sheer orneriness and feisty behavior exuded everyday. But she still loved dancing and playing basketball, with the great help of her caretakers.\nSurvivors include: daughter, Shelli K. Hubka of Beatrice, NE, married to Jeffery Hubka; daughter, Jacqueline M. Bunce, of Richmond, TX, married to Gregory Bunce; son, Michael W. Steele, of Denver, CO; grandchildren, Lauren H. Hubka, Ryder S. Kanderis Bunce and Sydne S. Bunce; sister, Elizabeth McCloud, of Conroe, TX, and of course, grand dogs, Morgan and Ivan.\nCelebrating the life of Frankie Peck Memorial Mass will be held on Monday, April 12, 2021 at 10:30 AM, at St. Mary's Catholic Parish, 6853 S. Prince St. in Littleton, CO. Livestreaming will be available for those who are unable to attend in person and instructions on how to join will be shared one week prior. Picnic lunch immediately following the service at Sterne Park North Shelter, 5932 S. Spotswood St in Littleton, CO. Please RSVP for lunch to Jackie Bunce at (720) 299-1291. A memorial has been established for the family's future designation. Private family graveside services were held at the Evergreen Home Cemetery in Beatrice, NE on April 3, 2020. You may sign Frankie's online guest book at www.ghchapel.com.\nThese services have been entrusted to the Griffiths-Hovendick Chapel in Beatrice.