Lydia Ann Blystone

January 26, 1967April 24, 2019

Lydia Ann Blystone was born on January 26, 1967 and passed away on April 24, 2019.


  • David Pilarte
  • Domingo Pilarte
  • Hunter Blystone
  • Mike Trevino
  • Taylor Blystone
  • Ryan Blystone


  • Funeral Service Thursday, May 2, 2019
  • Committal Service Thursday, May 2, 2019


Lydia Ann Blystone

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Shayna Langston

May 2, 2019

To Ann .. you will forever be in my heart and thoughts. You were and will always be a true gift to me and the most cherished of all my friendships. While my heart aches and I miss you already, I also know you will forever be a part of me and my life. Not only were you a amazing friend but such an awesome Mother Wife Sister Daughter and a great caretaker of all Gods little creatures. You’ve always had such passion for animals, I’m smiling now as I think of this. For I know you are the best Veterinarian in Heaven !! To Ann’s most cherished family, I’m am so grateful to have shared in your growth and knowing you as you’ve grown. For you all were “the main topic” of the countless hours we spent over the years sharing and talking. In many ways Ann was a very humble person. Yet when it came to her family she was fierce and steadfast in her love for you all. Never was there a more proud mother. She loved sharing your successes and achievements. Rodney, my heart and prayers go out to you. You were her true best friend !! The love of her life, this I know is true. At the age of 13, I had no clue how our lives would be entwined through out the years. Nor did I know just how blessed I would be. It was an honor to have known and shared my life with you, Ann. Your memories will live on in my heart forever .. until we meet again, my sweet friend.

Robert M Blystone

April 30, 2019

Wanda and I can't be with you all at the funeral at this time. We mourn your loss and Lydia will be sorely missed. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with the whole family. The following words though not my own, may be a helpful thought as we go through these most difficult times. "~~~ The reality is that you will grieve forever, you will not "Get Over" the loss of a loved one; as some might say~~~you will learn to live with it. You will heal and and you will rebuild yourself around the loss you have suffered. You will be whole again, but you will never be the same.~~~ Nor should you be the same nor would you want to." As Wanda And I suffered the loss of our son,Kevin so many years ago we see how these thoughts can be true.

Mary Fisher

April 30, 2019

My beautiful niece, my moms favorite granddaughter, now they are together ❤️

Darienne and Sebastian

April 30, 2019

Beautiful mother and grandmother will be immensely missed..