Alma Amalia Seiler Sherrill
FUNERAL HOME
MeadowLawn Funeral Home, Crematory and Cemetery
5611 E. Houston
San Antonio, TX

Alma (Dusty) Amalia Seiler Sherrill, age 94, passed away on September 11, 2021.

Alma was born July 6, 1927, to Frederick and Elsa Seiler in Dewitt County, Texas, the second of 8 children. She became known as 'Dusty' while a carhop in the Austin area, where she met and married her husband, Glenn Sherrill. They made their home in the Dallas area until Glenn enlisted in the Coast Guard. During his Coast Guard time they were stationed in the Galveston/Houston area, Juneau AK, and the San Francisco Bay area. Dusty worked as a telephone operator many of those years.

After retirement, Dusty and Glenn lived in the Clearlake, CA area until their desire to travel moved them into the life of RV'ers. They lived in their RV from 1983 to 1991, traveling through most of USA and enjoying occasional seasons of cooking meals at various campgrounds. In 1991, they settled down in San Antonio where Dusty enjoyed hours of quilting.

Alma is survived by her two sons, Jody (Jean) and Gary, both of San Antonio, two grandchildren, Michelle vanDellen (Kelly) and Jim (Jessica), two great granddaughters, Kathryn and Rachel Sherrill, a brother Alfred Seiler and a sister Rose Autrey.

A celebration of life will be held at Resurgent SA, 8134 Fredericksburg Rd, San Antonio, 78229 on Saturday, September 25 at 11 am.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given to the Missions Fund of Resurgent Church.

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Published by Express-News on Sep. 19, 2021.
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