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Lillie Juanita Garrett - Sellers/DaCosta

Lillie Juanita Garrett - Sellers/DaCosta

March 11, 1930 - June 4, 2019

Lillie Juanita Garrett was born in Camp Wood, Texas. Her parents were John H. Garrett and Minnie M. Blakeney / Garrett. Most of her close friends and family called her Juanita. Lillie was raised in Camp Wood and married in San Angelo Texas to Eric E. Sellers. They raised 5 children together. In her retirement years, Lillie moved to Kerrville, Texas with her husband Al DaCosta. <br /> <br /> Lillie was a former member of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas. She was an avid genealogist and expert seamstress. She was preceded in death by three of her children, Ivan Wesley Sellers, Wanda Francis Sellers and Betty Carol Sellers/Johnson and husbands Eric Sellers and Al DaCosta. <br /> <br /> She is survived by her daughter, Sharon Louise Sellers /Reisner & her son-in law, Richard Reisner; her daughter, Donna Kay Sellers / North & her son-in-law, Michael North. Lillie is also survived by 9 grandchildren and numerous great grandchildren. <br /> <br /> As per Lillie's request, no formal services will be held. In lieu of flowers, memorials in her remembrance can be made to Hill Country Memorial Hospice, Fredericksburg. <br /> Funeral arrangements are under the care of Wrights Funeral Parlor in Kerrville, Texas.

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Wrights Funeral Parlor

1913 Junction Highway, Kerrville, TX

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    It is never easy to lose a loved one. My desire is that you find consolation in the promise of God found in Revelation 21: 3-4 that says that soon, "He, will cleanse all tears from our eyes, and death will no longer be, nor will there be more mourning or outcry or pain." We will see all of our loved ones when they are resurrected in a beautiful paradise here on earth, my deepest sympathy to the family.
    rebeca Jun 24, 2019
    She was a strict mom with me but also a loving one. It amazed me how she could fix anything and always had an answer for everything.
    She taught me to cook, clean and about God. She had a good personality and loved to dance and laugh.
    She adored Richard and even told me one time that if our marriage ever split up he could live with them.
    I love her more than anyone will ever know.
    Sharon Reisner Jun 11, 2019