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Lisa Norrice Cater

April 18, 1957 — March 18, 2023


Lisa Norrice Cater


Lisa Norrice Cater, 65, was called home on March 18, 2023.

Lisa was born on April 18, 1957 in Temple, Texas to parents Frankie and Gladys Greener Oujezdsky. She graduated from Temple High School  in 1975 . She attended college in Belton at University of Mary Hardin Baylor where she attained her bachelor’s degree. Lisa was a Registered Nurse for many years, 18 of which were at Good Shepard Medical Center in Longview Texas. In April of 1982 she married Dale Allen Cater. She loved being a nurse and caring for people. Her greatest blessing was being a mother.  She adored her family and loved planning vacations for them to go on together. She had a giving heart and a loving soul, she was always there to listen and help any way she could. She was brave, determined and strong. She will always be a beacon of love, faith and perseverance.

She is preceded by her husband Dale Cater; parents Frankie and Gladys Oujezdsky; brother Christopher Oujezdeky; father in law Lee Cater; and grandson Hart Cater.

She is survived by her three children Tyson Cater of Mineola, Colin Cater and wife Samantha of Quitman, and Lauren Cater of Lewisville; mother in law Edith Cater of Mineola; brothers Kevin Oujezdsky and wife Rachel, Shawn Oujezdsky, and Phillip Oujezdsky; four grandchildren Hayden, Hunter, Harrison, and Hayes; and several nieces, nephews, extended family members, and friends who will miss her dearly.

Memorial services for Lisa will be held 1:00PM Monday, April 3 at Lowe-Gardner Funerals & Cremations.




Dale Allen Cater- March 8, 1958 - February 2, 2023

It is with heavy hearts that the Cater family announces the passing of Dale Allen Cater, who passed away on February 2, 2023 in Mineola, TX. Dale was born on March 8, 1958 in Garland, TX to Lee Allen Cater and Edith Cater. 

Dale married Lisa (Oujezdsky) Cater on April 3, 1982. He loved her and his family immensely, taking care of her after an accident rendered her paralyzed. He attended Texas State technical College, where he learned to be a machinist. Dale was everything from a car salesman, to a repossession agent, armed security guard, machinist, welder, but found his true calling as an auctioneer. He thoroughly enjoyed being an auctioneer and it showed; every auction was more a performance for him and enjoyed showing his sense of humor and professional knowledge. Dale enjoyed classic cars and playing mandolin; he also enjoyed collecting and trading firearms. He was a passionate hunter in his youth and enjoyed being outdoors. 

Dale had a sense of humor that he wasn't shy about; his thoughts about you were never a secret. He was never shy and never met a stranger; he could bring a room to laughter without trying. 

He is preceded in death by His father Lee Allen Cater and His grandson Hart Cater. 

He is survived by Lisa Cater, Edith Cater, Tyson Cater, Lauren Cater, Colin and Samantha Cater his grandsons Hayden, Hunter, Harrison, Hayes. Leesa and Steve Brueggeman and family. Martha Burns. The Cater family would like to offer special thanks to Caraday of Mineola for all their support during this difficult time. Dale will be remembered as someone who could light up any room with laughter from his jokes and stories; he will be deeply missed by all those who knew him but the memories shared will live on in our hearts forevermore.


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Memorial Service

Monday, April 3, 2023

1:00 - 2:00 pm (Central time)

Lowe-Gardner Funerals & Cremations

1102 E. Goode St., Quitman, TX 75783

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