- 100 years old
- Date of birth: Oct 6, 1912
- Date of passing: Mar 11, 2013
|Let the memory of Lillian be with us forever|
Lillian L. Tyler, was born October 6, 1912 in Kingston, Oklahoma to John William and Mollie Lasiter. She spent a large portion of her life living in Dallas, TX with her husband, James Oscar Tyler, where she worked as an administrative assistant at the Texas Bankers Association. They did not have children, but cherished their many nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews. After they retired, they spent several years travelling the US and Europe before moving to Hideaway, TX. After her husband passed, she moved back to Dallas to be close to her family. On March 11, 2013, at the age of 100, Mrs. Tyler passed away peacefully at her home in Richardson, TX.
She is survived by her brother, Robert Lasiter and her sister, Mary Swartout along with numerous nephews, nieces, great nephews and great nieces who all loved her very much.
Please leave a few words to Aunt Enee below. You can also click on the Stories tab above (or here: http://www.forevermissed.com/lillianlasitertyler/#stories) and leave your favorite memories of Enee for everyone to share.
"Still missing you. Love you."
""Aunt Enee, you always seemed "bigger than life" to me, and a great role model for women in the business world. Intelligent, elegant, with enough patience and love to allow us to rob you of a night's sleep during the cousin's sleepover! Love and miss you.""
"I also remember spending the night at Aunt Enee's and having peanut butter and banana sandwiches at the park. I spent a fun summer with she and Uncle JOT in Canada. Aunt Enee, thank you for many great memories. You will truly be missed. I love you."
"What an impact she had on so many lives! I will always remember her as one of the positive influences in my life, and I think that says a lot about who she was! Christmas at Enee and Oscar's is still one of my favorite memories! When I would leave after a visit, she would always say, "Vaya con Dios!" with a sweet smile! Love you, Aunt Enee and "vaya con Dios!""
"Describing Aunt Enee's job as an administrative assistant does not do it justice. She literally ran the association while the men took all of the credit. In today's workplace, she would have been a VP. She edited the state newsletter single-handedly as well as her boss's manuscripts. I too remember the cousin slumber parties - don't know how she put up with us!"
"Nothing more fun than Enee and Oscar coming to Nonee's for the holidays. If you weren't laughing you were smiling always. I was proud to be your nephew-in-law. I wish I could cook you some scrambled eggs tomorrow morning. I love you. Love, Pat"
"Aunt Enee, I have such wonderful memories of you and Uncle Oscar throughout my life. I always loved all the funny jokes you told; and I remember playing "go fish" with you and Uncle Oscar when I was a little girl! I loved watching you dress up to go out to fancy parties. Cousins slumber parties @ your house were so fun! I love you and miss you."
"We met Angie's Aunt Enee when we went to Garland for the engagement party. Meeting Aunt Enee was one of the highlights of our visit. She was vibrant, funny, and elogant. So beautiful. Dan had great fun exchanging jokes with her. Our hearts hurt for our sweet Angie because we know how much her Aunt Enee meant to her. We are so sorry for her great loss and pray that God will comfort her now."
"Thank you for sharing our birthday. And thank you for letting me win at the bird game that you patiently played over and over. I love and miss you."
"I love you very much, Aunt Enee. You will be missed by so many."
"Good bye Aunt Enee. Thank you for your love and care my whole life. I miss you. As you would always sign, love and hugs, Jennifer"
"I love you and miss you very much."
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