Lorena Pauline Wood Sealey

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Lorena Pauline Wood Sealey, 78, of Richland Springs, Texas, passed away on Monday January 6, 2014 in Hamilton, Texas. She was born on May 19, 1935 in San Saba County to her father Emry Ross Wood and mother Ovella Harris. Lorena had many attributes in life. She was a daughter to the Republic of Texas and a member of the First United Methodist Church of San Saba, Texas. Lorena was outdoorsy with a passion for agriculture where she was a member of the American Hereford Association. Most of all Lorena loved her family and enjoyed sharing memories and spending time with them. Lorena is survived by her two sons, Dirk Sealy of Richland Springs, Texas and Dusty Sealy of Richland Springs, Texas; one brother, Denver Wood of Placid, Texas; four grand children: Jacob Sealy of Menard, Texas, Brett Sealy of Richland Springs, Texas, Terah Sealy of Goldthwaite, Texas and Chris Sealy of San Saba, Texas; 7 great grandchildren: Khloe Sealy, Aubrey Smith, McKenna Wilson, Jakayla Sealy, Jaden Sealy, Jaston Sealy, and Jasey Sealy; and numerous nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her husband Edgar Sealy; parents Emery Wood and Ovella Wood; five sisters, Wanda Wood, Patty Wood, Winona Wood, Louise Wood  and Peggy Wood; and her grandparents Warren Wood and P.A. Wood. A visitation was held on Wednesday January 8, 2014 at Blaylock Funeral Home in San Saba, Texas. Graveside services were held on Thursday January 9, 2014 at Locker Cemetery in San Saba County. Arrangements are under Blaylock Funeral Home in San Saba, Texas
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