ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Delyn Simonis, 68 years old, born on June 26, 1950, and passed away on February 16, 2019. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Dana Davis on March 1, 2019
Delyn was my friend, co-worker and mentor. She took me under her wing and taught me everything I know about collections. She had so much knowledge! She will be remembered and missed! Thank you for the pictures, I enjoyed them.
Posted by Lynnette Warman on February 26, 2019
Delyn was a "work friend" who always had a smile and a word of encouragement for me. She worked hard and was well-respected by everyone who worked with her. 
Thanks for setting up this website and sharing these lovely photos of her.
They show another dimension to her personality, but still that same beautiful smile. She was a lovely lady and I will miss her.
Posted by Michelle Malone on February 23, 2019
May God hold your sorrowing heart in His hands.

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Posted by Dana Davis on March 1, 2019
Delyn was my friend, co-worker and mentor. She took me under her wing and taught me everything I know about collections. She had so much knowledge! She will be remembered and missed! Thank you for the pictures, I enjoyed them.
Posted by Lynnette Warman on February 26, 2019
Delyn was a "work friend" who always had a smile and a word of encouragement for me. She worked hard and was well-respected by everyone who worked with her. 
Thanks for setting up this website and sharing these lovely photos of her.
They show another dimension to her personality, but still that same beautiful smile. She was a lovely lady and I will miss her.
Posted by Michelle Malone on February 23, 2019
May God hold your sorrowing heart in His hands.
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Delyn M. Simonis, 68, of Cedar Hill, passed away on 16 February 2019 in Cedar Hill, Texas.

Funeral services will be held 3PM on February 27, 2019 at the Covington Funeral Home, in Covington, Tennessee. Burial will follow at Magnolia Gardens. Arrangements are by Covington Funeral Home.

Delyn was born in Marshall, Michigan to Floyd E. Simonis and Doris J. Stern nee Graham on 26 June 1950.She graduated from Saline High School in 1968 and Cleary College in 1973.She worked for over 30 years as a Collections Manager for NACM Southwest in Irving, Texas.She was a veteran serving in the 1st US WAC Battalion and was recognized for skill in Riflery.Delyn had a very generous nature and was involved with multiple charities, including: Tri-City Animal Shelter, the Kidney Foundation and the Union Gospel Mission Dallas. Upon her death, her charitable nature continued in that she provided Tissue and Eye donations to Southwest Transplant Alliance.

Delyn is preceded in death by father, Floyd E. Simonis.

Delyn is survived by: her sisters, Donna Simonis, Beth (William) Maddock, and, Sally (Mark) Sullivan; her mother: Doris Stern; and, her nephews Matthew Maddock and Steven Sullivan, as well as niece Leslie Maddock; and, finally, her fur-baby Emmy.

In lieu of flowers, a donation to one of Delyn’s favorite charities in her name may be made.

The family of Delyn Simonis wishes to extend our sincere thanks to the Cedar Hill Police Department and Emergency Medical personnel that assisted Delyn in her final moments. We would, also, like to thank all of Delyn's friends and colleagues that have been so very supportive during this time of grief. 

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Shared by Randee Sellers on February 26, 2019

Delyn will always rest in my heart with love as my cousin and playmate. If her Mom had not named her Delyn, my Mom told me that it would have been my name.

She was always such a happy and funny kid! We always "buddied up" at Grandma's house, and spent alot of beautiful times with each other.

Funny how she still lives that way in my heart. We are still two Chubby little kids who love to laugh.. in that place. In those memories.

Those were the best times.

I've always loved her. I always will. 

Shared by ALAN MOORE on February 26, 2019

I worked with Delyn for 16 years at NACM Southwest.  She was always helpful and would give you the shirt off her back.  She loved our company very much and we will miss her.

Alan Moore