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LueWillie Garrett was born January 28, 1925 to the union of Jim and Carrie Garrett in Decaturville, Tennessee. She was one of three daughters born to the union. Both parents and one sister, Daisy preceded her in death. Lue was educated in the Forest City public school system in Forest City, Arkansas. Lue was united in holy matrimony to James Tabron, Sr. on May 28, 1945 while residing in Forest City, Arkansas. To this union, thirteen children were born. Her husband preceded her in death. In 1951, James and Lue and the family moved to St. Louis, Missouri. She was a dedicated homemaker. She worked at several part-time positions but she spent most of her time devoted to her thirteen children. In 1952, she accepted Jesus Christ as her personal Savior and was filled with the Holy Ghost and baptized in the Mississippi River. She united with Williams Temple Church of God in Christ under the leadership of Bishop Columbus Williams. She later united with Samuel Temple Church Of God In Christ, under the leadership of Bishop Samuel Moore. In 1975, Lue united with San Francisco Temple under the pasturate of Bishop Dwight H. McDaniels, Jr. She served faithfully on each of the churches' usher boards. She was faithful to San Francisco Temple until her health began to fail. Mother Tabron loved the Lord and had a deep appreciation for Sunday School. She had a meek and quiet spirit. She loved to cook and was very supportive of her family. She had a great love for her rose garden. Mother Tabron not only had a tremendous impact on her children but on her children's friends as well. She also served as an active member of her block unit. Mother Tabron went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday morning, February 28, 2012 at 9:25 at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. She was surrounded by her loving and caring family. She leaves to cherish her memory: seven sons, Odell (Patricia) of Colts, Arkansas, James Jr. (Barbara), Donald (Jennise), Kenneth (Sharon), Lowell, Alfred, and Arnold Keith; six daughters, Doris Beck, Dyanne (Ira) Dunlap of Tulsa, OK, Sharon (Ralph) King, Lorita Kimble, Annette Tabron, and Alice (Melvin) Washington; thirty-two grandchildren, forty-five great-grandchildren, two great-great-grandchildren; one sister, Ella Mae Tabron; one sister-in-law, Helen Tabron; one uncle, Herman "Pete"; and a host of nephews, nieces, cousins and friends. This Online Memorial has been created to commemorate the life of LueTabron. You are invited to add a Tribute in her memory. Please click "Sign Guestbook" below to add your own memories, reflections, thoughts or condolences.
Austin Layne Mortuary, 7239 West Florissant Avenue, Saint Louis, MO 63136Visitation for Lue Willie Tabronhttp://www.tributes.com/show/Lue-Willie-Tabron-93318292#serviceshttp://www.tributes.com/obituary/get_ics/93318292?service=1835497&tr=
March 05, 2012
San Francisco Temple Complex
10191 Halls Ferry Rd
Saint Louis, MO 63136
San Francisco Temple Complex, 10191 Halls Ferry Rd, Saint Louis, MO 63136Funeral Service for Lue Willie Tabronhttp://www.tributes.com/show/Lue-Willie-Tabron-93318292#serviceshttp://www.tributes.com/obituary/get_ics/93318292?service=1835498&tr=
March 05, 2012
Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery
2900 Sheridan Road
Lemay, MO 63152
Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery, 2900 Sheridan Road, Lemay, MO 63152Interment for Lue Willie Tabronhttp://www.tributes.com/show/Lue-Willie-Tabron-93318292#serviceshttp://www.tributes.com/obituary/get_ics/93318292?service=1835496&tr=
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