LIlly Kay Lovell, 77 of Odessa, TX passed away peacefully at home on January 10, 2019.
She was born in Duncan, OK on March 23, 1941 to Alto Leona & Floyd Rilo Morris. She graduated from Lovington High School in New Mexico in 1959. She was married to Troy Lovell on December 12, 1981. While she enjoyed being a homemaker, she also worked outside of the home at various times for National, Kelly’s Tool Works and The Grandmothers Shop.
Lilly was an avid Dallas Cowboys fan. She loved working in her wood shop, playing guitar, piano and listening to country music, especially George Strait. Lilly also loved spending time with her grandchildren, shooting the BB gun, playing checkers, Uno, and doing arts and crafts. Lilly enjoyed the company of her cats, Lola and Miss Kitty. She was an absolutely amazing mother and is deeply loved by her 5 children.
Lilly is preceded in death by her parents and husband Troy.
She is survived by children, Leslee Lovell, Jamie Dawson and her husband Tye, Tray Dix and his wife Nicole, Jason Dix and his wife Christine, and Greta Shipman; grandchildren, Justin, Joshua, Shelby and her husband Luis, Audrey and her husband Jordan, Amanda, Zachary, J.J. And Eastan; great grandchildren Sophie, Kingsley and Chloe (coming February 2019); brother, Floyd Morris of Vernal, Utah; sisters, Margie Murray and her husband Don, Virgie Martin & her late husband Larry of Odessa, Patsy Hubbard and her husband David of Montgomery and many nieces and nephews and friends in low places.
The family would like to extend a special thanks to Home Hospice, especially to the wonderful nurse, Tammy Solley.
Graveside services will be held Monday, January 14, 2019 at 11:00 AM at Sunset Memorial Gardens.
Arrangements are entrusted to Sunset Memorial Gardens and Funeral Home. To send family condolences please sign her guestbook at www.sunsetodessa.com.
Rest in peace kay.
Michael meltonOdessa, TX
Dear Jamie so sorry to hear about your mother Prayers for you and your family wishing you peace to bring comfort courage to face the days ahead & loving memories to forever hold in your heart ❤️
Ramon & Karen MartinezMonahans, TX
Thinking of our high school years & the good times.Good friend over the years. Will be missed.
Ronnie PaxtonEldorado, TX
May you Rest in Joy Kay...
Bill HirschQuitman, TX
Our deepest sympathy to the family. May God hold you in his arms and give you peace and comfort. Kay was truly a delightful lady. The Faychak’s.
Carol FaychakMidland, TX
Leslee & Virgie
So sorry to hear of Kays passing. My heart amd prayers go out to all her family.
Della CooperOdessa, TX
I deeply sorry to here about sweet heart nana she was sweet person I remember when she ask where my girl one time when she come with Shelby to my house she was sweet care lot. It going to be hard with out nana . I am pray for the family and give deep sympathy at this time . Sincerely Brittney biersdorfer
Brittney biersdorferOdessa, TX
My deepest condolences to the family on such a loss. Words can't express a loss of a mother. Just know I believe all the mother's who have left us here are looking down on us still taking care of us in some way.
Sonya LaraOdessa, VT