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Elizabeth A Henderson

Elizabeth A. (Stewart) Henderson entered into eternal rest, surrounded by her loving family Wednesday, June 5, 2019 at the age of 70. She was born Feb. 8, 1949 in Austin to Dr. George E. Stewart, Jr. and Eloise (Moss) Stewart.

She was awarded The Most Outstanding Teen-age Girl of 1966 in Bexar County. Liz graduated from Douglas MacArthur High School, class of 1967.

She graduated from Baylor University, class of 1971, earning a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and was a licensed Registered Nurse for 47 years.

Liz was preceded in death by her parents; brother, George E. Stewart, III; stepmother, Carolyn Stewart; and stepbrother, Tommy Lee and wife Penny.

She is survived by her loving husband of 47 years, Hardy Henderson; sons, Scott Henderson and wife Tawnya and Todd Henderson and wife Frances; granddaughters, Riley Henderson and Marie Henderson; step-sister, Candy Obermiller and husband Terry; aunt, Doris Spell; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, church family, and many friends.

A visitation took place Monday, June 10 at Colonial Funeral Home.

Interment took place at Sunset Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Central Christian Church at www.cccsa.org. Online guestbook may be signed at www.colonialuniversal.com.

We Lost A Mother

We lost a mother with a heart of gold, how much we miss her can never be told.

She shared our troubles and helped us along, if we follow her footsteps we will never go wrong.

We miss you from your fireside chair, your loving smile and gentle air.

Your vacant place no one can fill we miss you mother and always will.

She was a mother so very rare content in her home and always there.

On earth she toiled, in Heaven she rests, God bless you mother you were one of the best.

Each time we look at your picture you seem to smile and say, don’t be sad but courage take and love each other for my sake.

That Good Old Baylor Line

That Good Old Baylor Line

That Good Old Baylor Line

We’ll march forever down the years as long as stars shall shine.

We’ll fling our Green and Gold afar to light the way of time, and guide us as we onward go that good old Baylor Line.

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