She was the last of Sinatra's four wives, their partnership being the longest lasting of the Fly Me To The Moon singer's marriages.
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The Missouri native was actively involved with the center until as recently as 2016, and continued to host galas, luncheons and the annual Frank Sinatra Celebrity Invitational Golf Tournament. They divorced, and her son eventually adopted the name of her second husband, Zeppo Marx of the Marx Brothers. They were married in 1959 and divorced in 1973.
She is survived by her only child with first husband Robert and one granddaughter. She was 90 years old. "You worry about new ones", she said.
She used her husband's fundraising powers to build the Sinatra Children's Center at the Eisenhower Medical Center in 1986 where she focused on helping victims of child abuse. "There are several child advocacy centers like it around the country, (but) this one is probably most recognized".