Henry Lloyd Ellison
1933 - 2019
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Memorial services for Henry Lloyd Ellison, 86, Chandler, were held Saturday, May 11 at 2:00 PM at Pleasant Retreat United Methodist Church, Tyler.

Mr. Ellison passed away on May 7, 2019 in Tyler.

Henry was born January 12, 1933 in Smith Co., TX to the late Benjamin Duncan Ellison and Edna Mae Gregory Ellison. He served in the US Navy and worked for Dallas Police Department and Smith County Sheriffs Department. He had lived in Chandler for 23 years. Henry was preceded in death by a grandson, Brandon Marable.

Survivors include his wife of 65 years, Sue Maxfield Ellison of Chandler; two children, Jan Ellison Marable and her husband, Mitch and Joi Ellison Wiley and her husband, Robert; brother, Edward Ellison; three grandchildren, Keri Wiley Lee, Rani Wiley Dick and Amanda Marable Frowick; five great-grandchildren, Gavin Sexton, Kyli Marable, Madalyn Lee, Ethan Marable and Ainslee Dick.

If desired, memorials can be made to Pleasant Retreat UMC Children's Department, 417 CR 1143, Tyler, TX 75704 or Hospice of East Texas Foundation, 4111 University Blvd., Tyler, TX 75701.

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Published in Tyler Morning Telegraph on May 12, 2019.
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May 18, 2019
Psalm 90:10 says that the days of our years are 70 years, And if because of special mightiness they are 80 years.
May the memories of the wonderful times you shared together bring a smile and joy in your heart.
May 13, 2019
A great man who helped Sue raise a great family... and the legacy continues in his grandchildren and his greats! So sad for his passing into the next chapter and we weep for your loss on this side.
Karen Stansbury
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