Lora “Winnell” Fry Sears Walters

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Lora "Winnell" Fry Sears Walters went to be with her Savior on Monday, November 9, 2020, at 9:07 a.m. She was born in San Saba, Texas, on September 22,1944. She was preceded in death by her parents, Robert "Bob" W. Fry and Elsie May Maultsby Fry Taylor; her older brother, James Frank "Pancho" Fry; and her nephew, John David Fry; as well as many other precious loved ones.

She is survived by her three daughters: Teresa J. Sears Conner and her husband Tim Conner from Mulberry Canyon, Texas; Stacy D. Walters Garcia and her husband Daniel Garcia of Kerrville, Texas; and Tracy L. Walters Robles of Abilene, Texas; eight grandchildren: Timothy Bryan Conner, Jr. of Abilene, Texas; Zachary A. Conner and his wife Haley of Graham, Texas; James R. Hardy of Early, Texas; Noah Harper, Faith Harper, Loralee Harper of Abilene, Texas; Mark Robles of Ft. Drum, New York; JoseLuis Robles and his wife April of Fort Campbell, Kentucky; three great-greatgrandchildren: Kyle S. Conner, Jayton D. Conner and Lilly. She is also survived by her younger brother, Charles W. Fry of Clifton, Texas, and his wife Beth Fry and their children: Rob, Laura, and Melissa; and their families and her nephews: Redgie Fry and Mason Fry; and niece, Vicky Fry of Austin, Texas.

Winnell was a nurse for over 30 years and cared for many San Saba residents who needed care in the San Saba Hospital and/ or in local nursing homes. She was a kind, loving person who cared deeply for her family, especially her grandchildren and great-grandchildren whom she would've done anything for. She had many friends and relatives in San Saba and she loved them dearly. Winnell was a very special woman, revered by those who knew her. She cared about doing the right thing all the time, just because it was the right thing to do. She loved the Lord with all her heart. She suffered with various health issues including Congestive Heart Failure, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder, several forms of dementia - which is a cruel theif. She's now made new, and we celebrate her entering into her well deserved rest. She will be missed here, but we know that there is much rejoicing in heaven at her arrival. Her body will return to the dust from which she was created, and at her request will be put in the Living Waters of the San Saba River at a time to be determined by family. If anyone wants to donate in her memory - please donate to either the Alzheimer's association or any COPD/CHF organization.