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Sherron (Hill) Seale

d. August 6, 2021

Crawford, Texas

Sherri “Nana” Seal of Crawford, passed away early Saturday morning, August 7, 2021, at the age of 77.  Visitation will be 6 to 8 P.M. Tuesday August 10, 2021, in the Chapel of Grace Gardens Funeral Home, 8220 Woodway Dr. Graveside services and interment will be 1:00 P.M. Wednesday, August 11, 2021, at Marble Falls City Cemetery, in Marble Falls, Texas with Rev. Robyn Young officiating.

Sherron ”Sheri”Nana”  Kay Seale, aka Nana, was born on July 2, 1944 in Burnet, Texas to Charles L. Hill, Jr.  and Melba Ruth Lusinger.  Later, her step-father, M.C. Scott helped raise and shape her life.  She graduated from Marble Falls High School in 1962 where she was a cheerleader and President of the Future Homemakers of America.  She married Billy Glenn Seale on December 22, 1962 in Marble Falls, Texas.

Sherri is survived by her sister and brother-in-law, Jan and Butch Sayers, her daughters and sons-in-law Jana and Lary Lawrence and Shelley and Brian Dunbar and her grand children  Lisa Hammock and husband James and Makenzie Dunbar.  She also held a special bond with her nephews, Greg and Jerry Stapleton.   Sherri was known by everyone simply as “Nana”.  Her children and grandchildren were the sunshine of her life.

She would go to the ends of the earth for her children and grandchildren and it didn’t matter what or where she had to go - she was there as their biggest fan. She attended sporting events, band concerts, stock shows, comic-cons and banquets.  The list of activities goes on and on.  She spoiled her granddaughters like no other - letting them paint, craft, get messy, make costumes (which she would allow them to wear in public) and do whatever else they wanted to do.  Sherri had a strong bond with her sister Jan and counted her as her best friend and confidant.  Sherri was no stranger to the bleachers - as a coach’s wife she spent countless hours rain or shine watching football, basketball, or any other sport her husband coached.

Friends and family referred to her as Nana and she always treated everyone as if they were her family.  Nana was an amazing artist and loved oil painting, rock painting and all types of crafting and sewing. She was proud of her children, especially her grandchildren, and would tell anyone who would listen, endless stories and examples of why her granddaughters were the smartest, most talented and beautiful girls of all time.  She loved her sons-in-law and was so proud of them and the way they loved and cared for their families. They were another bragging point for her.   When James Hammock came along she took him in like he was one of her grandchildren and knew instantly that he was the perfect man for ‘her Lisa’.

Sherri also loved genealogy and rocks.  She would spend hours researching her family, finding stories and connections to share.  She enjoyed searching and gathering rocks and what looked like “just a rock” to us became a beautifully painted kitten, frog or fawn which she would give away as gifts.  She enjoyed digging for arrowheads, even in the July Texas heat.  Nana was always up for a trip and it didn’t matter where you were going, except she did prefer a white beach with turquoise water.

She will be missed beyond measure.  If she loved you, you knew it.  We will miss forever her hugs and kisses and her saying “I love you to the moon and back and to the deepest part of the ocean”.

Sherri often donated to St. Judes Children’s Research Hospital because she loved babies and children and never wanted to see one suffer.  In lieu of flowers you can donate to St. Judes or any pancreatic cancer research organization, such as the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network @

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Tuesday, August 10, 2021

6:00 - 8:00 pm (Central time)

Grace Gardens Funeral Home & Crematorium

8220 Woodway Drive, Woodway, TX 76712

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Wednesday, August 11, 2021

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Marble Falls Marble Falls City

, Marble Falls, TX 78654

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