Movelda Cason

September 9, 1924April 6, 2019

Funeral Service for Movelda Cason, 94 will be held Thursday, April 11, 2019, at 11:00 a.m. in the Chapel at Eubank Funeral Home. Movelda was a mother, grandmother, homemaker and a member of Eastern Star.

Movelda was preceded in death by her husband – Noble Cason, who went home to The Lord on January 8, 2004.

Also preceding Movelda to the Heavenly Realm was her son, Danny Cason, and brothers: Roger, J.Y., Bealon, Gideon, Kirby... all last name Eberhart.

Movelda is survived by her daughter Betty Heikka, grandsons Matt Cason and Travis Heikka, granddaughter Shannon Pitman, great-grand son Joseph Cason, great-granddaughters Rebekah Owen, Skylar Pitman and Karli Pitman, great GREAT grandsons James David Owen and Keaton Matthew Owen… also brother Honie Eberhart and his wife Maxine, brother Elbreen Eberhart, numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.


  • Betty Heikka, Daughter
  • Mat Carson, Grandson
  • Travis Heikka, Grandson
  • Shannon Pitman, Granddaughter
  • Joseph Cason, Great Grandson
  • Rebekah Owen, Great Granddaughter
  • Skylar Pitman, Great Granddaughter
  • David Owen, Great Great Grandson
  • Keaton Matthew Owen, Great Great Grandson
  • Honie & Maxine Eberhart, Brother
  • Elbreen Elberhart, Brother
  • Nieces & Nephews, & Cousins, Numerous
  • Noble Cason, Husband
  • David Britton Eberhart II, Father
  • Betty Clara Anderson, Mother
  • Danny Ross Cason, Son
  • Roger, J.y., Bealon, Gideon, Kirby Eberhart, Brothers


  • Funeral Service Thursday, April 11, 2019

Movelda Cason

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Lisa Everett (Smith)

April 10, 2019

Sweet Aunt Movelda,
I remember spending many days with you and Uncle Noble at your home in Dallas and when you would come to visit us in Killeen.
Thank you for being such a special part of my life growing up.
God bless you and the family.
Much love,

Shannon Pitman

April 10, 2019

My grandmother was like a mother to me. If I can be half the mom she was, then my girls will be lucky. Not only do I have memories of her taking myself and my cousin Matt to Six Flags, I remember her riding the rides with me. I am sure she was scared to death, but she wasn't about to let me ride alone because I am sure she thought I would get hurt. My mother and I lived with her and my grandfather. I grew up there and she loved to wait on me. Every morning for breakfast she would make me homemade biscuits and gravy. At dinner she sometimes made beans and cornbread for herself and my grandfather, but since I was a kid and unlikely to eat beans and cornbread, she would make a separate meal for me. At night she would ask me to lay out my clothes for school and she would get up early and iron for me so that my clothes looked perfect. You see she spoiled me-ALOT!! I am forever grateful that she was in my life as my caregiver and my grandmother. I could not have asked for any better grandparents than her and Noble Cason.