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Lisa Surratt

May 24, 1960 — February 13, 2022

Ingleside, Texas

Lisa Lintz-Surratt passed on from this world on February 13t 2022.

She will be joining her sister Paula, her mother Mary, Father Edmond and innumerable pets that she loved. Pets that I'm sure we all agree that she preferred over human company. that she had cared for in her life time.

I believe there is even deer among those ranks. I have every faith that she spread sunflower seeds as she went just to make sure we remembered how beautiful they were come summer.

Lisa was an avid animal lover and the best listener ever knew, her dry, quick witted humor and silly mannerisms will be a loss to us all.

She left on this world her husband Texas Surratt, two sons Charles Jones the third (he was the favorite) and Texas Surratt Jr, two daughters Portrit Jones and Chanelle Surratt.

Her nine grandchildren, Dallas her last favorite frenemie, they loved as hard as they argued, Kira her coloring buddy, Cerean her movie buddy, Dakota and Danali her weekend warriors, Her newest addition Sky Marry who she tried so hard to get to watch tv with her, Stone it was always about the hair when it came to Stone and Willow the only person she would ever read to. Her brothers Mike, Norman (also a favorite), and Joe, sisters Kathy and Joan. Most importantly her beloved dog Maximus and ever so psychotic cat Fraya the spaz.

Her remains will be cremated and spread at one of her favorite fishing spots on her birthday May 24, she would have been turning 62.

If you would like more information on the spreading of her ashes or would like to attend, please contact one of her children on Facebook.

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