- October 19, 1940 - April 26, 2012
- Austin, Texas
of Ima's Passing
- In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Susan G. Komen for the Cure Austin.
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My prayers and thoughts go out to you Danny, the boys and their families, and Jackie. As I enjoyed seeing you today, I hate the circumstances that brought us together. I love you guys!
I will always remember Ima's humor, her strength, and her thoughtfulness for others. She is truly a beloved family member and friend that will be sorely missed.
Posted by: Melissa Moody - Katy, TX - Cousin May 03, 2012
Danny, Marn and I are both very sorry for your loss. I'll always remember our days in law school together.
Posted by: john and marnie parker - austin, TX - friend May 02, 2012
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Nancy Thomas Moore
Posted by: Nancy & Thomas Moore - Lufkin, TX - Friend May 02, 2012
Thank you, Ima, for all your kindnesses to our family. When a storm hit our lives in Louisiana you and Danny opened your home to us. Even let us use one of your cars. There was never any holding back from you both. Thank you for your unconditional love and we are here Danny! Love, David, Carol, Reagan, Marshall and Garrett
Posted by: David and Carol Womack - Lakeway, TX - Cousin May 02, 2012
It is difficult to put into words, the overwhelming loss of someone like Ima. Someone who was so full of life, love, laughter and wisdom. She was amazing. Someone you knew loved you but didn't mix words if you messed up and needed straightening out. I remember one time, in the station wagon, I think we were going to one of Matt's games - I can't remember which one of us did something we shouldn't have and we were getting
Posted by: Robin Bohls - Hill Country, TX - friend May 01, 2012
My prayers are with all the family in your time of loss. My mother and Ima
were cousins and our family loved her very much. My mom Betty Sue and Ima can now see each other again but neither in pain, but beautiful and young again. That's a nice thought.
I have been through your pain it will be tough for a while. My heart goes out to you.
Much love, Ronda Hamilton
Posted by: Ronda Hamilton - Houston, TX - great cousin Apr 30, 2012
My prayers and thoughts are with you during days and months ahead.
I can understand your loss. My wife died 5 years ago. I have remarried to a wonderful lady and we have an exciting life together. Her husband died the same year that my wife passed away.
T Mac Hood
Posted by: T Mac Hood - FAIRVIEW,, TX - friend of husband -Lufkin,Texas Apr 30, 2012
To John, Sharon, Natalie, Caleb and the rest of Ima's family - Hold on to God's unchanging hand as that is who Ima is with right now!! He will give you the strength to get through this as He did Ima!! As we all know, to fight anything for 15 years takes GREAT STRENGTH and that is what Ima had!! She also had a loving family to help her get through! Chris and I and the rest of my family send our Sympathy and Condolenses to you all!! Ima will be greatly missed but SHE WILL ALWAYS BE LOVED!!
Posted by: Marilyn Dantzler Apr 30, 2012
My deepest condolences & sympathies to all of Ima's family, esp. Danny, John, Matt, Jeff, their wives & children. I had the privilege & was lucky enough to be one of Ima's friends. She not only was a friend, but also a mentor, sister & Mom all wrapped up in one dynamic & loving person. She has helped me thru some of the best & worst times in my life. I will be grateful for her friendship, support & love
Posted by: Melanie Anfosso - Nacogdoches, TX - friend Apr 30, 2012
Ima, was a beautiful lady inside and out; Being second cousins and living close to each other we grew up spending a lot of time together. Even as a young girl she was such a sweetheart. I remember thinking many times that I wanted to be such like Ima.
However, later we moved away from each other and I did not see her as often, yet the remembrances of our time when we were young will always be a
Posted by: Joan Buchanan - Branson, MO - Cousin Apr 30, 2012