Viola Ann Reece
September 15, 1959 – August 28, 2019
Viola Ann Reece, of Spicewood, Texas, went to be with our Lord Jesus on August 28 th , 2019 at the age of 59.
Viola aka: Tiny, was born on September 15 th of 1959, in Austin, Texas, the daughter of Annie Mae Perry. She is survived by her husband Stephen Simpson and her children: Tabithia and husband Rod Sharp, Ralph and wife Sheridan Reece, Robin and husband Daniel Van Hoose. She is also survived by grandchildren, Haley and husband Tyrell, Heather, Reece, Daniel, Austin, Holly, Sarah, Declan, Matthew, Amanda and husband Bob, great grandchildren, Ryder, Payten and Jackson, sisters Terrie, Diane, Pamela, Vickie, Sherrie, Sharon and Deborah and a bunch of nieces, nephews, family and friends. Viola was preceded in death by her mother Annie Mae, brother Burl Lee and brother Jimmie.
Our Mom was not like any other; she was a very kind, loving person. If there ever was a Christ- like example she was it. She loved the Lord and showed unconditional love to all she met. Our Mom was always putting others before herself and took joy in serving others. Mom was one of the strongest people we’ve ever known; she has always been a fighter and definitely knew how to keep her head up when this life got hard. If you knew our Mom, then you never doubted the love she had for you and that is what made her so special; no one could ever take her place. She will be deeply missed but be reassured she is in heaven with her Savior and walking the golden streets of glory!
- Visitation Sunday, September 1, 2019
- Funeral Service Monday, September 2, 2019
- Burial Monday, September 2, 2019
Viola Ann Reece
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September 1, 2019
Nana loved everyone. She treated everyone like family. Im never going to forget how she took my children under her wing and gave them the grandmother they didnt have. They will always hold her dear to their heart for that, and I will too. She was like a mom to my husband Trinity, and their bond will never be forgotten. I am saddened of her passing but greatful i got to know her. I know your not in pain anymore Nana and that brings us comfort. You were truly an angel on earth and now you have gained your wings in heaven. My condolences to everyone that is hurting right now.
Peter and Terri Berkley
August 31, 2019
Our hearts are saddened to hear of Tiny's passing. We met a few years ago as neighbors and she was like a part of our family, especially with the kids. She will be sorely missed and we are forever grateful that we had the opportunity to get to know her and the family during her short time on this earth. We pray for God's peace and understanding over the family during their time of loss. Just know that she is in a much better place with no more pain.
August 31, 2019
So sorry to hear; Tiny was so sweet; I recently moved back to Spicewood and was thinking needed to go visit her. My deepest condolences to her family; she loved so much. My favorite memory the lake had flooded in winter and trying to move the boat dock the jet ski started floating off. Tiny stripped down to her bra and panties and jumped in that cold water and debri and swam to the jet ski; bringing it back to shore. I loved her dearly and will miss her. So sorry for y'all's loss.
August 30, 2019
Tiny was such a kind soul. She is one of the first people I got to know when we moved here years ago. We had many long and personal talks. I will cherish her love and kindness always.
August 29, 2019
Tiny showed me what a real friend is. She was happy for me when good things happened to me and sad when I was sad. And I’m sure she did this to all she loved any time she spoke to you she never left you without saying I LOVE YOU. she loved her children and always wanted good for them and for everyone to be happy. She was one of a kind anyone who knew her loved her. I’m sure she has that big infectious smile up in heaven pain free and looking into Jesus face. I will never forget my sweet friend. Fly like a butterfly! Your metamorphosis is complete.
August 29, 2019
From being a lil girl going into Hollingsworth Corner to camping trips at Turkey Tree, it was never a dull moment when Aunt Tiny was there. Even through the years she’s always kept in touched and made sure we knew where one another was and how we were doing. I’m not gonna dwell on all the what if’s but imma cherish all those memories I’ve had for the past 29 years of her. Aunt Tiny had a heart of gold and an ear to listen until all the problems were gone, followed by a big ol hug. Imma miss them as much as imma miss her. Fly high Aunt Tiny and keep that eye on all of us