Sanna Lillian Eubanks

Sanna Lillian Eubanks

January 31, 1933 - February 1, 2014

Sanna Lillian Eubanks

January 31, 1933 - February 1, 2014


Sanna Lillian Eubanks, 81, passed away Saturday, February 1, 2014 in her home in Lobelville, TN. Sanna was born January 31, 1933 in New Orleans, LA to the late Matthew and Laura Callio. She loved the wildlife and was an avid book reader. Along with her parents, Sanna is preceded in death by her sister, Penelope White. Mrs. Eubanks is survived by her husband James Eubanks of Lobelville; six children, Steven Phillips, Richard Phillips, James Eubanks, Debbie Eubanks, Jason Eubanks, and Jennifer Eubanks; Sanna is also survived by fifteen grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.

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18 responses to Sanna Lillian Eubanks

  1. My beautiful mother, you encouraged my creativity and believed in my abilities as a wife, mother, and writer. I learned all three from you and wanted to share an excerpt from a eulogy I wrote while driving home early Saturday morning. The Essence of Her Life: Wife, Mother, Grandmother, and Great-Grandmother ,If it was my father who became her universe, it was her children who became her world. If her children became her world, it was her grandchildren who would hang the moon. And if her grandchildren had hung the moon, then it most certainly were her great-grandchildren who became the stars.. It saddens me to know that I will no longer be able to bring bouquets of fresh flowers to you and place them on the coffee table. There will never be a warm and sunny spring day that I won’t think of you and your garden. I will think of you every time I see an injured pet. The diaper you put on the poodle still makes me laugh. I love you mommy.

  2. Karisa Brosy says:

    Thank you Aunt Sanna for some great childhood memories and for always embracing me into the family no matter the circumstances. You were one of a kind and were cherished by many, never to be forgotten. Sympathy and prayers to those you’ve left for now. Peace, blessings and Farewell.

  3. Kristy Edney says:

    Grandma was an extremely wonderful woman. She meant more to me than words could ever express. She will, as always, remain on my mind. There wasn’t a day that went by that her and granddad didn’t cross my mind. I will truly miss her and knowing that when I come back home to TN she’s no longer just a couple minute drive, will be hard but knowing she is no longer suffering with pain and struggling to breathe makes it easier. I am also thankful for all the amazing childhood memories that I have of her. Grandma, we love you and will miss you terribly. Love, Jason, Kristy, Harley, Gracie and Brody.

  4. Lindsey says:

    I am so thankful that I had the chance to tell you how truly special you have been in my life before you passed, and I meant every word. You have been the epitome of a matriarch and a grandmother my entire life and we are all incredibly blessed to have had you in our lives. The world is a better place because of you. I hope that I can be the woman, mother, grandmother and great grandmother that you were. I love you Grandma.

  5. Lori Farlowe says:

    We are so grateful that we had the chance to visit Jim and Sanna back in August. My daughter Lori and I had a wonderful time with them. Sanna will truly be missed. Jim, our thoughts and prayers are with you. Love Betty Phifercousin and Lori Farlowe

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