Yu Sun Pyle

July 22, 1944November 13, 2018

Yu Sun Pyle, 74, of Abilene, TX passed away on November 13, 2018. She is survived by her husband David A. Pyle of Abilene; her daughters Beverly Stern (Jeff), Carol Evans (Louis), Ernestine Pyle, and Barbara Monroe (Tarus); her grandchildren Derek Staden, Jr., Kamrhan Jones, Kiara Evans, Jeffery Stern, Jr., and Jalen Patterson; and great granddaughter Everly Jones.

She was born on July 22, 1944 Yu Sun Pak in Seoul, Korea. At the age of 23 she met David Pyle who was serving in the US Air Force and stationed at Osan Air Force Base in South Korea. They got married on July 12, 1968. David was eventually stationed at Dyess Air Force Base in Abilene, TX. When they moved to America, Yu Sun had to learn how to speak English and adjust to the American culture which she did quickly and successfully. David and Yu Sun started a family in 1969 with the birth of their first of four daughters. Her hobbies included cooking, fishing, playing dominoes, traveling, and spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren and great granddaughter. Yu Sun would want us to celebrate her life and we will always cherish all of the great memories she left behind.

A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, November 17, 2018 at 2:30pm at Sparkman-Crane Funeral Home (10501 Garland Rd, Dallas, Texas 75218).


  • Memorial Service Saturday, November 17, 2018

Yu Sun Pyle

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terry hampton

December 27, 2018

I just learned of the passing. I offer my condolence to all the family and friends. My memory of Ms. Yu Sun was as a mother figure who was loving and I wish all who miss her comfort.

Connie Brown

November 16, 2018

It is with deep sadness we send your family our most sincere sympathy for the loss of Aunt Eunice.

My sister Tina and I will always remember one of the most touching memories we got to experience with Aunt Eunice when we were young was when Aunt Eunice and Uncle David visited grandma's house in NY, we remembered Aunt Eunice would walk up and down the hallway with her baby wrapped up and securely tied to her back to get her to fall asleep. Of course Tina and I don't remember if it was Beverly or Carol, but whenever Aunt Eunice was tired she would let me and my sister take turns and help her ….we had the pleasure of experiencing rocking our little cousin to sleep strapped to our backs. That was a memory that we will never forget...that moment of bonding with our Aunt. Thank you Aunt Eunice for allowing us to share that experience with you ….you will be truly missed!!! We love you!

From Connie and Tina