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Lelia Elizabeth Moore Zboril, 88, of Bryan, passed away on Sunday, August 30, 2020.
Lelia was born on January 2, 1932, to her parents, Elmer and Myrtle Corbitt, in Powell, Texas. Lelia was married to Louis Zboril for twenty-six beautiful years.
Lelia was a happy-go-lucky, strong-willed, vibrant, and beautiful woman. She had a competitive streak, which allowed her to do very well in her career. Lelia sold Avon products for 42 years. She loved her job, and was extremely good at it! There was a charm about her, she wouldn't walk away without a sale! Always thriving to be on top, Lelia would have her grandkids even help with her Avon sales. They would give out Avon books, and she would treat them with a trip to Dairy Queen for an ice cream treat!
Everyone loved Lelia, everyone that had the pleasure of meeting her enjoyed being around her. She could spark a conversation with anyone, and could make you laugh so hard, you'd be rolling on the floor with laughter! Lelia was known by her friends and family as a straight shooter, she always spoke what was on her mind and set you straight. Lelia loved and adored her dogs, and spoiled them so! She loved all animals, and always wanted to be around animals. When her son, Wesley, went to visit and his kitty wasn't with him, she would always ask to go see his kitty, Baby KiKi. They would often get Dairy Queen together as well! She also enjoyed gardening. She had the gift of a green thumb, and could make anything bloom.
Lelia is preceded in her passing by her son, Walter Dannar Jr.
Lelia's memory will be cherished by her husband, Louis Zboril; son, Donald Stone, and wife, Pat, from Alvarado, Texas; her daughter, Joyce Alwell, and husband, Wallace, from Bryan, Texas; her son, Wesley Dannar from Bryan, Texas; and her daughter, Dorothy Miller, and husband, Gene, from Rio Vista, Texas. She will also be remembered by her sister, Hazel Lausch from Miles City, Montana; as well as, her eleven grandkids, twenty-seven great-grandkids, and nine great-great-grandkids.
Thursday, September 3, 2020
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Friday, September 4, 2020
10:00 - 11:00am
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