OBITUARY

Syble M. LoSasso

June 5, 1932January 14, 2016
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Syble M. LoSasso, age 83, passed away January 14, 2016 in Kerrville, TX. She was born on June 5, 1932 in Fortune Bend, TX to William & Juanita Mackey. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and friend who will be dearly missed.

She was preceded in death by her grandson, Tony Martinez.

She is survived by her husband of 25 years, James P. LoSasso; daughter, Becky Martinez; grandson, Danny Martinez and step-son, Phil LoSasso.

Visitation will start at 1:00 p.m. Wednesday, January 20th at Sunset Funeral Home. Graveside services will take place at 3:00 p.m. Wednesday, January 20, 2016 at Sunset Memorial Park with Rev. Bill Shockley officiating.

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, January 20, 2016
  • Graveside Service Wednesday, January 20, 2016
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Syble M. LoSasso

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Becky Martinez

March 7, 2016

My Mom. How fortunate I was to have the most outstanding example of love, loyalty and dedication a child could ask for. And that was in every area of her life. Good times were plenty, celebrations were many. Becoming friends with Mom is just about the best experience an adult child can have with our parents. Being able to share both the triumphs and the falls. We shared beautiful times together. She was in the delivery room with me when both of her grandsons were born, which was the happiest time of my life. She loved to laugh, loved listening to music and Mom danced the best Jitterbug anyone has ever seen! Many more joyous times followed, as I grew into motherhood myself, and came to appreciate, deeply, the gifts Mom had been giving me all along. Those gifts made me a better mother, daughter and partner.
At every age, through the hard times we faced, I witnessed her silent strength. When our loved one is in pain, just be there, be present. Give them mercy and give them grace.
Through my many life changes and decisions, Mom had two loving statements: I just want you to be happy and peace of mind is all that matters. Mom was a judgment free zone. She was a soft place to land and dependable beyond measure. Now we face this life with only her spirit present, but that will be enough for me because it was her soul and spirit that made Mom one of the most amazing women I've ever known.
Until we meet again, Mom. Loving you always.

Adell Lane

February 29, 2016

Syble was my favorite and loved by all. I always wanted to look just like her. We had wonderful times together and when we did get together we all had fun. All my love, Aunt Adell

Perry Watson

February 26, 2016

Even though I didn't see Syble much after I married and she moved to California, I thought of her often. No matter what was going on at the time, If Syble crossed my mind I always felt better. When Ronnie and I were kids, she came over often. I always liked seeing her drive up, because no matter what mood everyone was in, it always improved when Syble was there. I'm sad she is gone, but I still have all the great memories of knowing her.....Love, Perry Watson

Paige Adams

February 11, 2016

I wasn't around Sybil much or at least that I can remember but I do know that whenever I saw her pictures in photo albums I always thought she was so beautiful. I wish I could have known her better but I guess things happen the way they are supposed to. It meant a lot when she came to see Pogie in the hospital in Junction, we all really appreciated it.

Phillip LoSasso

February 5, 2016

Syble, you are my second Mom. I learned so much from you. Without the years of knowing you, I would not be who I am today. You always knew how to enjoy every moment of life, brushing off any obstacle with poise, always smiling and finding humor in all things. I will always try to live in the moment as you have and will never forget you. Wherever you and my Dad went, you made life-long friends. You have an everlasting place in all of our hearts. I know you're up there watching over us. Love you <3 , Phil

Christopher and Carol Renteria

February 3, 2016

Jim, Becky and Daniel, there are so many feelings that I have for Syble that just can't be put into words. The friendship we shared will forever hold a special place in my heart. I am truly blessed to have had her as my closest friend.

Christopher and I enjoyed every moment we shared with Jim and Syble. The lunches that Becky, Syble and I had together are very special memories that I will look back on in the future.

We will always be here for you anytime you need us. We love you.

Steven Hernandez

February 2, 2016

Aunt Becky, Jim and Danny, I can't express how sorry I am for Syble's passing. Through the many years I've known her, she was always so kind, generous and pleasant to be with. A true Heart of Gold. Syble was never quick to judge anyone. More of a listener than a talker. My heart goes out to anyone who knew this amazing woman. I love you and will never forget you Syble. Steven

Chris Davidson

January 31, 2016

I had the pleasure of meeting Syble several times when she visited Becky in Southern California. Such a special lady and beautiful person - always a glowing smile on her face and kindness in her heart. A perfect mate for a gentleman such as Jim. Becky, Danny and Jim - my sincerest condolences to you all. I hope the comfort you find in the memories of her help assuage the pain and sadness of her loss.

Jamie de Luna

January 30, 2016

Dear Becky,
I'm so sorry for the loss of your mom. I can't imagine the depth of your sadness at this time. I love you, Becky, and am so grateful to your mother for creating and raising such a wonderful and inspiring friend and mentor. And to think that you are only one dimension of the legacy your mom leaves here on earth.

Know that I'm always here to love and support you.

Wishing you love and healing at this time and always.

Much Love, Jamie

Jimmy & Annese Thomas

January 30, 2016

The LoSasso's always went out of their way to be good neighbors, and we have fallen in love with their family too.

Jim and Syble hosted us often with lunches and parties. Good parties.
They enjoyed the pastries in Fredericksburg. We always benefited, the extra pounds looked good on us!

When Jim worked in San Antonio, he would bring a HUGE piece of cake to us, oh, so good. We took chocolate cake to them, however, Jim assured us he would have to hide it from Syble! We share a fence, it is a great meeting place to share sweets, discuss our problems, laugh and tell tall tales.

Syble was always precious, beautiful & caring.

We will miss her, we love you Jim LoSasso. Our love and prayers for the LoSasso family.