OBITUARY

Inola Marlene Reed

March 31, 1940September 5, 2018

Inola was born on March 31, 1940 in Ardmore, Oklahoma to parents George and Nora (McDonald) Pruitt and entered into eternal rest on September 5, 2018 at the age of 78. Inola enjoyed the outdoors and fishing. She loved going gambling with her brothers, but most of all, her favorite was spending time with her grandchildren. Inola was a Christian woman by faith. She was an amazing mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and sister. Inola will be missed by all who knew and loved her.

Inola was preceded in death by her parents, granddaughter Maranda Weaver, sisters; Phyllis Nixon, Helen Pruitt and Wanda Collins.

She is survived by her daughters; Jo Endelman of Mabank, Melinda Weaver of Duncanville and Sherry Nolan Reed of Garland, grandchildren; Hailee Endelman, Spencer Endelman, Joseph Reed, Chris Weaver, Shelby Weaver and Candy Fields, great-grandchildren; Ava Endelman, Reese Endelman, Kinslee Urrutia, Jackson Urrutia, Kaysia Coleman, Makenzie Turner, Ian Hellner, Jacob Hellner, Rigby Weaver, Tylynn Tyner, Joseph Reed Jr., Alyssa Clark, Conner Sacco and Gavin Sacco, Caleb Fields and Micaela Fields, brothers; Kenneth Pruitt and wife Vivian of Plano, Herman Pruitt and wife Janice of Payne Springs, Pete Pruitt and wife Judy of Garland and Dennis Pruitt of Mabank, numerous nieces and nephews, other loving family members and many more lifelong friends.

Services

22 September

Celebration of Life

12:00 pm

Residence of Jo Endelman


REMEMBERING

Inola Marlene Reed

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Sher Nolan

September 13, 2018

I remember mom when I was little and had to go home to my biological mother, hold me close and hug me and tell me, it want be long and you will be back with us. She was there when my biological mother wasn't. She never spanked me, never had to, and would give me the love that I never received at my home.

I love you with all my heart mom, and will always keep that love you gave to me, and my daughter Candy Fields. Your arms were always open for the both of us, which meant the world to us. Thank you for being there, and most of all for the love that went along with it. We'll see you some day, but until that day you'll be in our thoughts and heart forever.

May God and the angel's enjoy you as much as your family, friends, and children have here on earth, love mom and will miss you so.

The Fields Family

September 12, 2018

You were a one of a kind type of Nana. So unique, and irreplaceable. You will be remembered in a lot of ways. Caleb says he will miss you always getting up when you seen him walking in the door -making sure there was plenty of sweet tea made for him to have. He loved your sweet tea, says it was the best in the world!! Micaela said you would always make her smile, even when she was sad. Micaela thinks you made the best coconut pies!! I remember you telling me that a girl never leaves the house without putting her lip stick on. I miss ya...we miss you. You've always been so kind, so thoughtful, and aimed to please. You were a true gem to all of us. Now the Lord gets to enjoy you as we did. What a lucky guy. We love you Nana....mean it.

Melinda Weaver

September 7, 2018

..........I LOVE YOU MOM.........



FROM THE FAMILY