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Cook-Walden/Forest Oaks Funeral Home and Memorial Park

6300 West William Cannon Drive, Austin, TX

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Lillian Mae Lehman

10 julio , 194419 marzo , 2020
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Lillian Mae Lehman 75 of Kyle, Texas went to be with the Lord on March 19, 2020. She was born in Austin, Texas on July 10, 1944 to Sidney and Margaret Canady. Lillian graduated from Lanier High School and went to college where she received a certificate in child development.

Lillian was beloved by her close group of friends, church and Walmart family. She was an avid country music fan. She loved going to Concerts, and the George Strait Team Roping Competition annually while it was held. She was a University of Texas Longhorns Football fan and enjoyed going to the games. Lillian worked in day care for 30 years where she was a director and then later worked at Walmart for 20 years as a cashier.

Lillian was preceded in death by her husband of 25 years Alonzo “Al” Lehman: son Timothy Lehman, brothers Sidney Canady, twin Jimmie Canady and parents Sidney and Margaret Canady.

She is survived by her son Alonzo Lehman and wife Karen, daughter Cynthia Aguilera and husband Lorenzo, Lillian Rapier and husband Edward, Malena Guerrero and husband David, Sisters Becky and Joann, many grandchildren and great grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins.

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Cathy Rodriguez

marzo 28, 2020

My dear Friend Lillian. There are no words to express the sorrow Celso & I feel at your loss. We were friends for 31+ years, and I have never known a more loving or caring lady. We shared many stressful times while working together & we got each other through those times. We shared so many joyous times together, especially at those George Strait concerts. You even got me to go to team roping events. You will always hold a special place in my heart. Gone, but NEVER to be forgotten. Until we meet again, my friend, I will say " so long," and may you Rest In Peace!!! LOVE...Celso & Cathy

Pam Jones

marzo 28, 2020

I always looked forward to seeing Lillian’s smiling face each week at WW. She always was so upbeat and supportive of all the members. RIP, Lillian. You will definitely be missed.

Monica Primrose

marzo 28, 2020

Miss Lillian was a wonderful woman who I got to know through WW. She was always so friendly to all of us there. She will be missed.

Julia Rodriguez

marzo 27, 2020

I remember aunt Lillian so well as being my mom's sister I grew up to really love her, she was such a blessing too many, I remember when my mom called me crying telling me that aunt Lillian has cancer I started crying myself, I remember when she came up to my moms in lampasas and we all went out to eat at country kitchen, it was a wonderful day and she even offered to pay for our meal and I told her that she didn't have to that we had money, but she insisted to, she was just a wonderful lady inside and out, I will dearly miss her for all the years to come my heart goes out to Cindy, Malena, and Lillian, your mom was so wonderful, and always will be in our hearts and we will always have these precious memories we can look back on and think "wow" what a great lady she was, RIP aunt Lillian until we meet again with love.

Patrick Canady

marzo 27, 2020

I grew up close to aunt Lillian she was my dad's twin sister. I was so blessed to be her nephew, I remember when she came up to lampasas to Becky's and we all had a good dinner at country kitchen that wasn't long ago it was on February 29th it was such a great day I remember her doing so well at that time, I will miss you so much aunt Lillian, you were so good to many around you, RIP aunt Lillian with lots of love.

Julie Lake

marzo 27, 2020

My Dear friend Lillian. I will miss you so much. We had many good times together over nearly 30 years of friendship. Working together, going to many concerts, you went to Hawaii with me for my sisters wedding. I am blessed to have known you. The funniest memory I have is from 4 days before you passed. I was visiting and you told me not to take your toilet paper! We both had a good laugh. My love and prayers to all of your family. Julie

Jessica Medina

marzo 27, 2020

Lillian you will be greatly missed it was a pleasure to know you for half of my life. I got to meet most of your family. I became close to your daughters through out the years. I have never meet a person that loved the Texas Longhorns as much as I did until I meet you. I am going to miss your laugh I could hear it now. We had so many good times and memories together working at Walmart 2133. I remember you asking me everyday to go pull all of the 82's and candy and batteries out from the back. You where my 82 queen I never had to worry about the candy being filled up front.I loved to see your passion for work and that always made you the happiest. We had so many laughs and talks about everything it could be from family to country music. I just wanted to tell her daughters Cindy,Lillian and Malena your mom loved yall very much. We always talked about yall all the time. You will be missed dearly .

Sandra Compton

marzo 26, 2020

She always making sure that i came her birthdays since my daddy Jimmy Canady died she always shared to me that she cared and loved me. As a little girl my DADDY took me and my brother pj Canady to my Aunt Lillian house there is a picture of just me and my brother sitting in her house when she and her husband was still living. Im guessing it was before 1975 because my other siblings weren't around. Aunt Lillian was always there for me and my family. I can see my aunt happy smiling and laughing with her husband, parents, brothers especially her twin brother Jimmy Canady they use to always do things together and call each other every day before he died now they are together again. RIP LILLIAN LEHMAN BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY LOVE YOU ALWAYS.

Cynthia Aguilera

marzo 25, 2020

Mom 1 Thing I remember so fondly of you is that when I started working for Walmart couple years later you started working there as well. It's been such a pleasure working side-by-side with you all these years for 20 years that you have worked for Walmart I've been there with you from 2133 to working at 4130 in Kyle I transfer when the new store open I wanted to be there . I may have been too overprotective but I wanted to be there by your side in case anything happened through the years. We had a lot of fun made a lot of memories in Walmart we met lot of friends but one thing's for sure we knew how to take care of the customers always with a smile. You will be greatly missed .This week has been the toughest on me I never imagined losing you I actually thought it would be forever I would have you around. I know you're in no more pain and Jesus has his arms around you that's what keeps me going until we meet again I love you Mom you'll be greatly missed.

Debbie Kirby

marzo 25, 2020

I miss you Lillian every day. I find comfort in the fact you are in a better place. My life has been enriched by your presence in it and I will never forget you and the kindness you always showed me or our adventures with my Mom.

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