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Ercell Faye Leach, 66, passed away Thursday, July 1, 2021. She was born May 31, 1955, in Waco, Texas to George Herman Swindell, Jr. and Doris Marie Pulley Swindell.
Wednesday, July 7, 2021
Martin’s Funeral Home, 100 S Morgan St. Granbury, TX 76048.
Committal Service: Holly Hills, Granbury, TX
Faye devoted her life being a wonderful wife, mother, and grandmother. She loved unconditionally every single family member. She will be missed by all.
She was preceded in death by her parents; sisters, Georgia Kious, Kathy Morrison; grandson, Nicholaus Strohl; niece, April Swindell and nephew, Eric Ivy
Faye leaves behind to cherish her memory, loving husband, Johnny Ray Leach; daughters, Melissa Strohl (Dennis), Teresa Murphy (Chris), Shauna Hibbitt (Clayton); grandchildren, Justin Ray, Matthew, Dalyton, Abby, Bryce, Katelyn; 7 brothers and sisters; many nieces, nephews, and friends.
Wednesday, July 7, 2021
Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Martin's Funeral Home Chapel
Time: 11:00 am
Holly Hills Memorial Park
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Margary Fletcher posted on 7/24/21
I miss you so very much. My heart is breaking. I love you more each passing day. Love your sister Margie
cheo posted on 7/16/21
Condolences to Ercell's family.
JOB 14:14, 15
Sherry Murdock calder posted on 7/5/21
Always a smile, got to know her better as a Facebook friend, she was, sweet, funny, great person, her birthday is the same date as mine..prayers for the family.
Margary Fletcher posted on 7/3/21
I am sure gonna miss our adventures: cruises,trips, nights out with friends,concerts and class reunions. I have tons of memories to cherish. Faye was not only my sister she was my friend. See you laterlove you Margie Fletcher
Lindy Middleton posted on 7/3/21
Faye was the type of friend that made you smile just thinking about her. She was a great sister to all her siblings and I used to love going over to their house as a kid. Faye knew how to make you laugh out loud. My sister Laurie and I still laugh at some of the good memories when we think of Faye and Margie. We will miss you Faye. Prayers for all of the family.
Delbert Raines posted on 7/3/21
I am shocked and saddened, we became good friends through Facebook. She was always Beautiful, inside and out. We will meet again soon in Heaven.
Barbara DeGuire posted on 7/3/21
A very special person who was a dear friend and like a sister to me left this world for a better place this week. My memories of her will always be of those when our children was very young and we lived next door to one another. We took vacations together. Oh such fun and joy we had. These are the memories I will always hold dear in my heart. Faye was truly a beautiful person inside and out. You could always depend on her in any occasion. I will miss you dearly. Even though we did not get to see one another much in later years Faye has always been very dear to me. She was a blessing to know. Love you my dear friend. Rest In Peace.
Patti Montgomery posted on 7/3/21
My thoughts and prayers are with Teresa and her family during this time. Teresa's mother is resting in the arms of the Lord and feels no pain but for those she left behind there is sorrow until they meet again.
All my love
Tammi Swindell posted on 7/3/21
Sis I miss you so much already.i know you are well and can see dancing with the angels,seeing family.no more pain or worries.i will never forget our 23yrs. Together.laughing,dancing,cry's and late night movies snacking.when I was not healing from my surgery and was depressed you called everyday...then on the phone with you here you and Johnny Ray come driving up the driveway.i will always cherish all our memories.when it's my time meet me at the gate in heaven.until then watch over everyone.I LOVE YOU
Kristie Stribling posted on 7/2/21
I use to spend every 4th of July with my Aunt Faye as a kid, this year the sky will be lite up for you, beautifully as you went home with the Lord rejoicing... I love you and will always miss you!!
I remember my mom (Kathy) her sister telling me when I was born my mom had nothing and and Aunt Faye went out and bought all girl stuff so I would be fancy and all dolled up as a beautiful princess.. I remember Aunt Faye telling that story to.. I think it was very special for her to do that for momma..
I remember spending every 4th of July with them as a kid and it was some of the best memories I will always have...
I remember when Andrew was born Uncle Johnny Raye and Aunt Faye came to the hospital and brought him his first birthday cake and balloons and gave him his very 1st set of dollar Bill's which he still has!! We sang happy Birthday it meant the world to me!!
Not having to ever make funeral arrangements, I was at a loss. However, the entire process was made as easy as possible for us. Everyone was very courteous and helpful.
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