Celebrating the life of MICHELLE LOUISE EATON
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Michelle Eaton, The Woodlands, Texas
Michelle Eaton, 64 of The Woodlands passed away peacefully to be with the Lord on Saturday, December 24th, 2016 at 5:56 a.m. after a long battle with cancer with her two daughters by her side.
A memorial service will be held at Trinity Episcopal Church, 3901 South Panther Creek Drive The Woodlands, TX 77381 on Thursday, December 29th at 11 a.m. with a reception to follow at the church.
Ms.Eaton was born in Havana, Illinois on February 20th, 1952 to Marvin Eaton and Donna Lou. Surviving are two daughters, Kim Capstin (Clint) of The Woodlands, their son Caden, Nicole Roos of Havana, Illinois, her daughter Marybeth Suter of Macomb, Illinois, and her husband Steve Roos and his children Caitlyn Roos of Downer's Grove and Nathan (Noelle) Roos of Havana, Illinois. One nephew, Samuel O'Bryant, son of Angela and Jerry O'Bryant of Wisconsin. Two step sisters Julie (Rod) Lay of Florida, Peg (Kurt) Granan of Chicago and stepbrother Michael (Kitty) Coleman of Havana.
She was preceded in death by her Father, Mother and two sisters Angela O'Bryant and Denise Eaton.
Michelle graduated from high school in Havana and later started her career in banking. She and her two daughters moved to Houston, Texas in 1981. She continued in banking and later did real estate closings. She retired in 2013.
Michelle was active in PEO in Illinois and then in her PEO Chapter in Texas. She loved her church, Trinity Episcopal and volunteering on the Board for the Trinity Episcopal Day School (TEDS). Michelle loved to work in her garden and especially tending to her roses. Michelle also loved to entertain friends, host dinners and be a part of her neighborhood and church dinner clubs. She and other close girlfriends known as the "Fab 5" would meet regularly for fun girl time.
Michelle was very giving, without expectation, was honest, hardworking and never complained. She loved her family and friends and was loved by many. She will be missed and remembered for her smile, contagious laugh and very witty and humorous personality.
In lieu of flowers the family asks for donations to be made to Trinity Episcopal Church of The Woodlands, Texas and/or American Cancer Society.