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Nelda Jo Westmoreland McFaul

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Funeral services for Nelda Jo Westmoreland McFaul, 90, of Dallas, were held July 23, 2019, at the Elm Grove Church near Mabank with Bro. Dennis Hochgraber officiating. Interment followed in Elm Grove Cemetery.
Nelda passed away July 19, 2019, in Dallas.  She was born March 19, 1929, in Phalba to Roy Deyo and Cora Evie “Kitty” Smith Westmoreland.
Nelda grew up in the Elm Grove Community and moved to Dallas during wartime in the 1940’s. She married Wayne McFaul June 14, 1947. They bought a home in 1953 and raised their family. She has lived in the same home for the past 66 years.  
She was a babysitter for many years. She loved to go on vacations, especially to Colorado.  Nelda loved quilting, cooking, sewing, reading her Bible, spending time with her family and genealogy.   
Nelda was preceded in death by her parents Roy D. and Cora “Kitty” Westmoreland, husband Wayne McFaul and a brother B.J. Westmoreland.
Nelda is survived by her three daughters and their husbands Wynelda and Tom Willard of Mabank, Denise and Terry Clark of Sunnyvale and Tamy and Curt Hasbrouck of Forney, grandchildren Spencer Clark, Jenifer and Cory Hogan, Jason and Carrie Clark, Jaime and Dean Marquardt, Amy Miller, Amanda Shubert, Amelia Hasbrouck and Zach and Shelbie Hasbrouck, great-grandchildren Malie Hogan, Derek and Jenna Marquardt, Carson Clark, Tucker and Preston Lacy, Ema and Jack Weglarz, Camy and Drake Simmons, Bransen Stinson and Addy Hasbrouck, sisters-in-law Machie Westmoreland of Mesquite, Dorothy McFaul of Kemp and Emily McFaul of Roscoe, her two beloved dogs Rudy and Baby and numerous nieces, nephews, friends and neighbors.
Pallbearers were Keith Westmoreland, Cory Hogan, Jason Clark, Dean Marquardt, Zach Hasbrouck and Spencer Clark.
The family requests donations be made to Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation 230 East Ohio Street, Suite 500 Chicago, Ill., 60611.

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