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  1. I’ve always enjoyed being around Aunt Nadlene. I still remember my first trip to San Antonio As a kid to visit her. Till this day she’s the reason I go to Jim’s now that I stay in Austin. I also remember her taking me to the Lexus dealership with her and she let me pick out her rims. As a kid, I thought that was so cool lol. When she would come to Dallas she would stop by and see me and my mom. She would definitely make you laugh. She was a joy to be around. She will be truly missed!

  2. What a marvelous woman. I met Aunt Nadlene through her nephew Ed. We traveled to San Antonio 2005. The first day I met her, I asked if I could cook for her. She graciously agreed. The next night, she took us out to dinner at Cheesecake Factory. She was powerful and strong. She loved her family. I’m grateful to have met such a strong woman that would leave such a lasting impression. Rest in heaven, precious one ❤️

  3. Nadlene Byrd was born in Caldwell County/Mendoza, Texas on 6 Mar 1936. Due to COVID-19 precautions, no services were held. She was cremated and rests with family in San Antonio, Texas. She is preceded in death by: Parents: Lester “Honey” Harris Byrd Sterling “Grandma” (May 1905- Aug 1974) Hooks cemetery Lockhart, TX and Sammie Byrd Sr. (3 Feb 1905 – 20 Jan 1974) Hooks cemetery Lockhart, TX. Siblings: Reather Lee (Byrd) Battle (Aug 6, 1926 – June 6, 2015), Cook-Walden Mausoleum Lee Everett Byrd “Gluck” (22 Oct, 1931 – 22 May, 2008) Cook-Walden cemetery L.D. Byrd Sr. (May 15, 1942 – Jan 7, 2006), Evergreen cemetery. Alma Ree Byrd “Nana” (Jan 4, 1930 – May 18, 2005). Lincoln Memorial cemetery. Sammie (Samuel) Lee Byrd Jr. aka “Litha” (July 27, 1933 – May 5, 2003). Cook-Walden cemetery. Orene Byrd Hardeman Campbell (Sept 4, 1940 – Oct 9, 1995). Onion Creek cemetery Lonnie B. Byrd Sr. aka “Bubba” (April 19, 1928 – June 22, 1976), Evergreen cemetery Armene Byrd Sauls (July 14 1938 – circa 1968). St. John Colony cemetery Daughter: Margret Franklin (26 Mar 1955-24 Dec 1984), Meadowlawn cemetery, San Antonio, TX Nieces: Debra Faye Hardeman (19 Mar 1959 -17 Nov 2010), St Paul-Cottonwood cemetery, Garfield, TX Sandra Nina Marie Clark “Big Baby” (31 July 1966-18 Jan 2012). Southland Memorial Park cemetery Grand Prairie, TX Grandson: Brandon Sirmons Mitchell (22 Nov 1994 -25 April 2014), Lewis Funeral Home. She leaves to cherish her memories: Sisters: Dora Jean Clark of Houston, TX; Celestine Byrd Gibson of Las Vegas, NV Brother: Bobby Jean Byrd of Las Vegas, NV Children: Curtis Franklin Jr; Wilbur Sirmons Jr; Charles “Bo” Outlaw; and Verette Outlaw and a host of other relatives and friends.

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