Ms. Myrtle Isaac
Funeral services to celebrate the life of Ms. Myrtle Isaac will be, Saturday, November 5, 2016 at Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witness, 1907 E. 13th St., Lubbock, Texas.
Interment: Lubbock Cemetery in Lubbock, Texas.
Wake Services will be Thursday, November 4, 2013; 7 pm – 8pm at Lomax Funeral Home, 2703 Elsie Faye Heggins, Dallas, Texas 75215.
Myrtle Mae Watley was born on December 1, 1932 to the proud parents of Lela Taylor and William Watley. Myrtle was the youngest of 7 children. The three brothers were George Washington Taylor of Lubbock, Tx., William Taylor of Los Angeles, Ca., and Harrison Lee Hymond of Fort Worth, Tx.. The three sisters were, Beulah Mae (Taylor) Fulcher of Lubbock, Tx., Ethel Mae (Copeland) Dial of Lubbock, Tx., and Lela Taylor of Kearns, Tx. All six preceded her in death.
Myrtle grew up and attended school in Lawton, Ok. She later moved to Texas, where she met the love of her life, Samuel Lee Isaac. The two were married in Abilene, Tx., on April 6, 1948. Samuel also preceded her in death on March 24, 1996. To the union Myrtle and Samuel Isaac, 10 souls were added.
She leaves to mourn, her children; Samuel Lee Isaac Jr., of Dallas, Tx., Beulah Fay Isaac (Larry Weaver), of Lubbock, Tx., Margaret Isaac of Dallas, Tx., Marie Sue Isaac-Brown (Walton Brown), of Balch Springs, Tx., Carl Edward Isaac of Lubbock, Tx. (preceded her in death); Jerry Dwyane Isaac of Dallas, Tx., Kenneth Earl Isaac (Karen Isaac-preceded her in death) of Dallas, Tx., Anthony James Isaac of Lubbock, Tx., Bonnie Elaine Isaac (Mitchell Randall) of Dallas, Tx., and Westley Jerome Isaac of Dallas, Tx.
In addition the 10 children, the leave to mourn her 36 grandchildren, 105 great grandchildren, and 10 great-great grandchildren, and host of nieces, nephews and friends.
Myrtle was known as Aunt Puddin to most, Aunt Myrtle to some, but loved by all who knew her. She was on of Jehovah’s Witnesses. She dedicated her life to Jehovah in November of 1996 and served Him as best she could, even with her health declining, until she closed her eyes on October 29, 2016. Many refer to her as the lady in the wheelchair passing out bible literature. Some called her that “little bitty lady with all those kids”. But we (us 10) just called her “Mama”.
So Mama, we know your just resting now in death, but we know that death is not the finale’ of it all. Jehovah has the last say. And we wait on his say so and look forward to the resurrection that Jesus spoke of in John 5:28, 29. IT IS really so hard to say good bye to yesterday, so we will carry you in our hearts and our spirits, and not say good bye to yesterday, but remember the good times of yesterday.