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: Dallas: Plano: Irving: Leave a Condolence Send Flowers Print. She passed away on May 31, at the age of 17 years old. Elizabeth grew up in Plano, Texas with her brother Henry.
Years old: 51
What is my ethnicity: I'm japanese
I love: Male
Hair color: Thick fair hair
My favourite music: Folk
In my spare time I love: Looking after pets
Bridget elyse tolle
All the boys have worn the 37 at some point in their football careers. Especially, when it came to our children…. The bond we had was much more than just sharing a love for her oldest son. I am so grateful that we were blessed with that opportunity.
They were and will always be her pride and joy.
She delighted in sewing for the family and giving us handmade gifts. Suzette Odom was a loving daughter, devoted wife, adoring mother, a Nutty Nana as she liked to tell the grand kidsan entrepreneur and the best mother-in-law for 21 years a daughter-in-law could ask for. Long story short. Especially, when it came to her Country and her Politics. She loved having the whole family together at Thanksgiving and Christmas. We both had our first child at the age of nineteen and the second one 21 months later. She made countless Halloween costumes for all the grand.
Suzette would light up so bright when she would talk about her daddy Hal Ivan Papaw. It began because she did one wall in her own home. It motivated her to learn even more. When her sons Tim and Mike were little boys she enrolled them in football. For me it was her oldest son Tim Kershaw. However, Frank Sinatra and Elvis would always rank one in her book. She also knew that treating her employees with kindness and dignity helps to produce a better product. We call it Nanas hot sauce, of course. She really showed that passion when we started a small business together and our friend Amber Coker.
Michaels Kids came later. She then took her passion to the next level and she went to work in a large commercial workroom. She would research information to help us and cheer us on. She passed away October 14, in Plano, Texas. The grandchildren made us family for life.
It gave her such joy to wrap gifts for Little Logan, Peyton and Lyla. Order Flowers for the Family. We named it Family De It was a symbol of all of her the loves of her life. Suzettes husband at the time Jim Kershaw ordered business cards without her knowing and she was in business. She started teaching herself more at age Suzette started her first business specializing in Upholstered Walls.
Williams, elizabeth "lizzie" k.
Our stories of growing up, may have been 20 years apart but it was like we lived them together. Her laugh was loud, raspy and contagious. She was our biggest fan. Our friendship grew to be so strong at one point we even shared a broken heart. She was so proud to be called Mama and later Nana. It consisted of her sons Tim and Mike and her husband Scott Odom.
Suzette and her husband Scotty lived with me and the kids for six years.
It all started with embroidering a little yellow duck in the water on a small pillow case. Still, for the most part, Suzette was self-taught. Suzette's influence, talent and creativity will forever run deep in our family.
Whom we lovingly call little Logan. Neither one of us could carry a note to sing but we both wished we could. She loved gardening and flowers so much, she received a degree in horticulture.
A beautiful soul has found her wings.
Finishing high school without taking Home Economic. My Colombian Parents.
Anything we dreamed about doing she was right there dreaming with us. However, most people will remember her for her talent with a needle and thread and her love of teaching. She was so proud of our multicultural family.
We even took tap dancing classes together! We both married our first love right out of high school.
Suzette started her love for sewing at the early age of 5 with her paternal grandmother Granny Ivan. However, I think she would tell you she was a Texan first then she was an American. After years of little league, middle school and high school football games and track meets. She canned her own vegetables and made the most beautiful flower beds.
One of the things she learned was that the one on one contact with the client was very important and she wanted to incorporate that into her workroom. Show Your Sympathy to the Family. Our family is still in shock and truly grieving the loss of our Nutty Nana. She could make her own patterns and copy what you wanted from a magazine. Nana also had some strong opinions. Her family, Texas, the cowboy era and the The family football. Currently, my brother-in-law Michael continues the legacy with his son.
I will miss our fun, family conversations at the kitchen table or in the workroom she had built in my garage. By age 30 she was a dress maker, she had learned how to do counted cross stitch, and she could knit too.
We both loved music and dance. There was never a dull moment. My motto is if you can dream it…. After 30 plus years she still enjoyed helping people put their des in motion and finishing the home.
She could empathize with me on so many levels and on so many occasions. She loved to dig in the dirt but loved getting dolled up for a party too. Our parents disapproved of our young and reckless love and fought hard against it. She also did the stage valance for the Jehovah Witness stage in New York City, which consisted of 5 full bias swags that were 15ft wide and 16ft long, plus the cascades. She went absolutely crazy buying doll cloths and patterns for the American Girl Doll she bought Peyton. It is my honor and privilege to get to share a little bit of her amazingness with you!
We both loved big, loved deeply, loved unconditionally and were loyal to a fault. Suzette never saw me as the girl taking her son away, but as the daughter she never had. At the same time, she strived for her own dreams.