George Ann Pruitt

June 11, 1928February 2, 2019

George Ann Arbuckle Pruitt, 90, of San Antonio, Texas passed from this life February 2, 2019 surrounded by family in San Antonio. She was born June 11, 1928, in Dyer, Arkansas, to the late George and Lora Huff Arbuckle. George Ann had worked for the telephone company and had been a child care provider at the Houston Terrace Baptist Day School in San Antonio.

She is survived by her children, James Michael Pruitt, Patricia Ann Zunker and John Daniel Pruitt; her sister, Lee Ora Emmert; two grandchildren, Tiffanie and Travis; as well as three great grandchildren, Kade, Preslie and Bowyn.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, James Pruitt; and two sisters, Rose Robinson and Minnie Watson.

Graveside services will be 10:00am Thursday, February 7, 2019 at Dyer Cemetery. Services are under the direction of Edwards Funeral Home.

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Danny Pruitt

February 5, 2019

What a great life my mom had. I am so thankful for that.
In all of my memories, she and my dad never had an enemy. Only great friends and family. That shows what kind of people they were.
Growing up without a lot of money, it never felt that way. We were always provided everything we needed and a lot of the things we wanted, sometimes with great sacrifice to my parents that I didn’t always realize at the time.
I have always been grateful for everything I was taught even though I was stubborn at learning them at times.
She was a wonderful person and a fantastic mom who I will miss everyday.

Wanda Stevens

February 4, 2019

I have so many wonderful memories of your Mom. Hanging at your house and being treated like family, her quirky sense of humor, her laid-back way of just taking things in stride. You are so much like her. She lived a long and good life. That she stayed in her home all those years on Longview Drive and I know was respected by all the different cultures that eventually moved into the neighborhood says a lot about her. She just went on living her life in her space. A very strong woman indeed. I love you and it breaks my heart that you are in pain . But I know you were a wonderful daughter to her and you always made her proud. And I have always been proud to call you my friend.
Love you,