Elizabeth Anne Jernigan
Posted on 10/9/2018 7:08:00 AM.
Elizabeth Anne Jernigan, of Kingsbury, passed away on Wednesday, September 19, 2018 at the age of 80.

She was born in Fort Sill, Oklahoma on February 2, 1938 to Helen M. (Scherler) and Otto C. Pettit. She is preceded in death by her parents, brother: Authur P. Pettit, sister-in-law: Phyllis Jernigan and godfather: John B. Bianco. Survivors include her husband: Sam Jernigan, children: Samuel "Craig" Jeringan, Jennifer A. Lucas and husband Mark, Helen E. "Lisa" Strawn, and Nancy L. Holdorf; grandchildren: Sandra Holdorf, Duane Blackmore, Samantha Munger, Anne Polston, Allen Holdorf, Andrea Butcher, Ashley Jernigan, Kristen Jernigan, Ford Strawn and West Strawn; great grandchildren: Savanah and DJ Blackmore, Lilllian and Evelyn Munger, Gregory and Tatum Holdorf, Andrea Butler, Cashtyn and Faidyn Williams, Aceyn Pratt, Kassidy Jernigan, Voncrae and Izyria Recio; and cousin: Jeannie Moncada. On Tuesday, September 25, 2018 the Funeral Services were held at Palmer Mortuary Chapel in Seguin and the Burial was held at the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park in New Braunfels.


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