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Remembering...

Lillian "Juanita" Collinsworth
died February 13, 2018



Below, you will find an electronic Guestbook where you can "sign" your name to notify others that you have visited these memorial pages. Further down the page you will find a collection of tributes to Lillian , left by others, and you can add your own tribute.

To "sign" the Guestbook, simply click on the link "Sign Guestbook" in the heading. You will be presented with a brief form to complete to add your "signature". Your signature will be instantly added.

If you would like to say a little more to the family and visitors to these memorial pages, you may add your tribute to Lillian by clicking on the "Add Your Tribute" link. Your tribute, your name and the date you left the tribute will be posted for others to read and share in the celebration of Lillian 's life*.

On behalf of the family, thank you for visiting these pages and sharing your thoughts.

 

 

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Lynda Caster

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By: Dale Lowe Feb 19, 2018
Such a sweet lady.....from the time we met when she was buying groceries at Epps Super Market in East Houston to the time she was a teller at East End State Bank some 45 yrs ago when she would cash my $10 checks, she was always so nice to me. She will always be remembered !
By: Lynda Caster Feb 18, 2018
What a wonderful and truly loved lady , I?m so going to miss her, when we moved next door to her years ago, she was the first person we met, she had a pitcher of ice tea (it was hot) which she had made for us, from that day on we grew close, my heart is heavy because I?m not able to be there with her family, But I understand that God needed her to come home, being sick myself has been keeping me inside.
Family be at peace in the knowledge that you shared her with so many others that she touched and that who loved her.

Praying for all Lynda & Cass

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