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Celebration of Life

Rock Hill Cemetery
Saturday November 2nd, 2019

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Elizabeth Blessing Deuson

Elizabeth Blessing Deuson age 72 of Quitman, Texas, formerly of Fort Worth, died in Quitman on October 29, 2019. A Memorial Service celebrating her life will be held on Saturday, November 2, 2019 at 1:00 PM in the Liberty United Methodist Church, 2581 TX-154, Quitman, TX 75783.

Elizabeth was born in Fort Worth on January 21, 1947 to John Ellis and Dorothy (McCurdy) Blessing. She was employed as a Trainer with Executone. She was a lifelong member of the Methodist Church and after retirement she held several part time jobs that included the Tarantula Steam Train in Fort Worth. She enjoyed volunteering for several years at the Quitman Library.  Elizabeth enjoyed volunteering at the Church and crafting with family and friends. Her artistic talent was enjoyed by many.

Surviving family includes her husband, Gene Deuson of Quitman, Texas; brothers, Tommy Blessing and his wife Glenda, Bubba Blessing and his wife Sharon; sister, Martha Blessing and Dick Burt; daughters, Vikki Keith, Kim Smith; son, Tom Dixon; 4 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren as well as numerous nieces and nephews and other relatives and friends.  She was preceded in death by her parents as well as a sister Vicki Blessing.


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So sorry to hear this today. Condolences to the Blessing family.
I had a meeting last Thursday morning in Mansfield & stopped to visit Vickie Sue. She was like a member of our family.

Pat Garner Feb 7 2020 12:00 AM

One of the strongest women I have ever known: sisterly, spiritually, mentally and physically.
A true "Blessing from Paradise" and our own "QueenE" (for Queen Elizabeth, though 'Saint' would be more appropriate).
You are loved and cherished forever!
I love you!

Vikki Oct 31 2019 12:00 AM