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Louella Syring

November 30, 1930 — June 23, 2024

LOUELLA RUTH ATHERTON SYRING

During the night of June 23, 2024, an angel on earth was called home to Heaven by our Holy Father at the age of 93. She was born on November 30, 1930, in Marcellus, Cass County, Michigan. At the time of her passing, she was a resident of the San Antonio Residence and Rehabilitation Center in San Antonio, Texas.

She is preceded in death by her parents, Arther Roscoe Atherton and Helen Ruth Snyder Atherton, her sister Mary Atherton Baccus, husband Raymond Joseph Syring, two sons, David Lee Syring, and John Dale Syring, grandson Michael Wade Jackson, and great grandson Erek Syring.

She is survived by her daughter Lynn Mary Syring Jackson and son Robert Edward Syring. She was also blessed with grandsons, John David Syring and Michael Wayne Jackson, granddaughters Laura Marie Green-Romans, Leslie Ann Syring Becerra, Jamie Lynn Syring, and Stacie Rae Syring, great grandsons Jacob Syring, Daniel Noel Jackson, Jude Robert Wayne Tweedle, Oliver Eliot Becerra and Jack Nathaniel Green, great granddaughters Sydney JoAnn Jackson, Mara Josephine Green and Ella Juliet Green. She also has numerous nieces, nephews, grand-nieces, and grand-nephews.

Louella was a long time resident of Karnes County, arriving with her family from Michigan in the summer of 1945. A 1947 graduate of Kenedy High School, she married Raymond in September of that year. After many years in the farming and dairy business, Louella and Raymond purchased and operated the local Montgomery Ward Agency and later the J C Penny Catalog store. Louella was a well-known and respected businessperson in Karnes County. She was a faithful member of the Kenedy and Karnes City Methodist Churches.

Her remains will be cremated and later buried next to her husband in the family plot at City Cemetery located in Kenedy, Texas. At that time, a graveside memorial service will be held. 

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests a charitable donation to the Kenedy and /or Karnes City Public Library, in honor of her favorite pastime, reading. 

Services are under the direction of Hondo Funeral Home.

 

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