OBITUARY

Mrs. Billie Lou Hyman

August 12, 1925February 17, 2021

Mrs. Billie Lou Hyman was born on August 12, 1925 in Vasco, Texas and passed away on February 17, 2021 in Irving, Texas.

Billie was born in Vasco Texas in 1925 to Everett and Nora Jones. She had three brothers and one sister.. She graduated at Klondike High School. She later married R.L. Hyman Sr (Curly). They had four children. They lived in Haltom City.

Billie loved to be involved in her children's sports. She also was a softball coach. She was a homemaker and devoted her life to taking care of her family.

Billie enjoyed watching movies, especially scary ones. She also had a great sense of humor. She was a strong woman and strong in her faith.

Billie is preceded in death by her husband Curly, her oldest daughter Shirley, her parents, and four siblings. She is survived by her sons Billy Hyman, R.L. Hyman Jr. (Bo ), and her daughter Judy, five grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.

If you wish to send flowers in honor of Mrs. Hyman please contact Lilium Floral Design at 817-589-1566 or http://www.liliumflorals.com.

Services

LIVESTREAM SERVICE
2 March

Graveside Service

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Park

5725 COLLEYVILLE BLVD
COLLEYVILLE, TX 76034

Memories

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Taelor Whitham

February 25, 2021

Sleepovers with Grandma are among my most cherished childhood memories. After walking to a nearby gas station for a scratch off ticket and snacks, we would sit together and watch scary movies into the night. In the morning she would make us scrambled eggs and coffee, which was mostly milk with a splash of coffee.

She was also incredibly giving. There was never a time where she didn't try to slip a dollar or two into our pockets. I will never forget my mom and her running back and forth between her front door and mom's car, tossing the same dollar bill back-and-forth at each other. Everything she had, she tried to give to others.

I am incredibly blessed to have had her in my life for so long. I will always carry with me my memories of her.

Erin Schoenthal

February 25, 2021

I remember as a kid spending the night at grandma’s house. It was always a lot of fun to have pizza and watch a scary movie! As an adult, I really enjoyed caring for grandma when my parents went out of town because we had pizza and watched a scary movie! I am so happy that grandma came to live with us the last 3 and a half years and that her great grand children had her in their life. Jake and Mia made sure that if we went to a candy or pie shop, that we didn’t leave unless we brought something back for her. Watching, “Wheel of Fortune,” in her room on her bed was another favorite memory!