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Eunice LaVonne Shannon
 

Memorial for Eunice LaVonne Shannon

Born in Los Angeles, California on Feb. 26, 1942
Departed on Apr. 14, 2010 and resided in Austin, TX.
Service: Monday, Apr. 19, 2010
3:00 pm
Cemetery: Cook Walden/Forest Oaks Memorial Park
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On Wednesday, April 14, 2010 our loved one stepped across the threshold that we call death, and stepped into another room in the masion prepared for those who know and love our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Our sister Eunice Hemphill Shannon is at peace with God now and rejoicing in her happy new home.

Eunice Hemphill Shannon, 68, was born on February 26, 1942 in Los Angeles, California to Dr. Chester Allen Hemphill, Sr. and Almer Acrey Hemphill. She was the oldest of 3 siblings. Eunice graduated from Perris Union School in 1959, and attended Riverside City College. She was the first female African American to be a Deputy Marshall in Riverside, California. Eunice worked in various areas in her father's church (Harmony Missionary Baptist Church).

In memory of Sister Eunice Hemphill Shannon, she leaves her husband of 46 years, Floyd Shannon; four children, two daughters and two sons, Jacquie Campbell (Larry) of Round Rock, Texas, Veronica Bell (Terry) of Round Rock, Texas, Christopher Shannon of Austin, Texas, Frederick Shannon (Erica) of Round Rock, Texas. She also leaves three siblings, Rev. Allan Wollos (Annie Mae) of Dallas, Texas, Judith Hemphill West of 29 Palms, California, Bishop Curtis Allen Hemphill (Leah) of Lithonia, Georgia (one brother Chester Allen Hemphill, Jr. and one brother-in-law Henry West, preceded her in death) She also leaves two aunts, Jewel Acrey Thompson of Washington D.C. and Pearl Acrey McCray (bill) of Woodbridge, Virginia; eight grandchildren, three great grandchildren, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
  

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