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Colonial Funeral Home

625 Kitty Hawk Road, Universal City, TX

OBITUARY

Anna Faye Stulsas

November 22, 1948January 7, 2020
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Anna Faye Stulsas, age 71 passed away Tuesday January 7, 2020. Anna was born on November 22, 1948 in Quitman, Mississippi to Marion Eley Grimes and Verta Mae Grimes. She retired from the United States Postal Service. Survivors include her 3 sons, James A. Stulsas (Stacy, wife); Joseph A. Stulsas (Tammy, wife); John A. Stulsas (Ashley, wife); Brothers Arthur “Ed” Caten and Eley M Grimes; Sister-in-law, Judith Ann Max (Dale, Husband), 11 grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildren and a large extended family.

  • FAMILY

  • Survivors include her 3 sons, James A. Stulsas (Stacy, wife); Joseph A. Stulsas (Tammy, wife); John A. Stulsas (Ashley, wife); Brothers Arthur “Ed” Caten and Eley M Grimes; Sister-in-law, Judith Ann Max (Dale, Husband), 11 grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildren and a large extended family.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, January 17, 2020
  • Funeral Service Saturday, January 18, 2020
  • Interment Saturday, January 18, 2020

Memories

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Ronald Caten

January 18, 2020

Being aunt Faye's older brother Ed Caten, his eldest son, Ronald. I have so many memories growing up with aunt Faye and her siblings. The memories of fun and laughter and picnics with the family at the park. Some of those these days, do not know what that means or can relate to a picnic. But, we had so much fun and laughter. Being the oldest of my 3 brothers and one sister, I had the experience of growing up with aunt Faye, when she was younger and before she married into her wonderful family. The memories will go on forever. I know she is at peace with our God and her husband, Jim. Although, they both are missed. It’s the great memories that go with us all, until we see them again, one day! We love you aunt Faye and you are truly missed.

Kris Lane

January 16, 2020

Anna, "tag you're it!" We had our first coffee after Jim let Dave and I go camp at your property. Since the dried mud on the trailer floor was missing when you and Jim went up the following weekend to make sure we left the mud outside. Our friendship grew into best friends. From fishing and hunting widow's to playing allot of Scrabble learning what FAP meant; to Domino's train wreck. I will miss the laughs, phone calls, most of all, You. I Love You. Your best friends forever. Hug Jim. For us. I Love You. Kris

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