Eleanor Hasty

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Eleanor Brown Hasty, 89, passed away at home surrounded by her family on May 02, 2016. Eleanor was born March 14, 1927 in Houston to Francis Rue Brown and Harrie Dell Anna Brown. She was a graduate of Robert E. Lee High School in Baytown also attended Mary Hardin Baylor College in Belton and TCU in Fort Worth.

She met and married Edward Stillwell Hasty in Baytown. She raised 4 children; Corrin Bruce, Ray Lynn, Kristy Francis and Nancy Eleanor. Eleanor was a Girl Scout leader in Baytown for the San Jacinto Girls Scout Council for many years. She organized camping trips, assisted the Girl Scout Council in Day Camp activities and led many "cookie" sales. Eleanor was also a water safety instructor who taught swimming and certified life guards.

Eleanor was an activist for animal rights. She once rescued a cat from the back of a dog catcher's truck without even asking.

Ed and Eleanor moved to Conroe in 1968, where she became the first elected female chairperson to the Republican Party. She was an intricate part in the family business, Hasty Construction, while living in Conroe.

Later Ed and Eleanor moved to Del Rio, where they raised their grandson, Sammy Hasty. Her community activities included, Del Rio Garden Club, Cub Scout Leader and active Lutheran Church member.

Beloved Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Teacher and Mentor, we love you and will miss you deeply.

"She was a driving force in my life, E. Hasty"

If you wish to send condolences, please send to Ed Hasty, 1204 Shin Oak Way, Kerrville, Texas 78028.

To celebrate the life of Eleanor Hasty, please send a donation in her memory to the San Jacinto Girls Scout Council, 3110 Southwest Fwy, Houston, Texas 77098 or go the website www.gssjc.org to make an online "tribute donation".

Funeral arrangements are under the care of Wright's Funeral Parlor, Kerrville.


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Wright's Funeral Parlor
1913 Junction Hwy
Kerrville, TX 78028
(830) 895-3323
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Published on yourconroenews.com from May 27 to June 9, 2016