Peed, Sheila D.

December 30, 1951 - January 10, 2021

Sheila Diane Peed, 69, of Huffman, Texas, passed away peacefully on Sunday, January 10, 2021. She was born on December 30, 1951 in Jackson, Tennessee to parents, James Tucker and Evelyn Williams who both precede her in death. Sheila enjoyed fishing, watching the Ellen Show and taking care of her plants but most of all she loved her family.

She is preceded in death by her father, James Tucker; mother and step-father, J.D. and Evelyn Wilbanks. Sheila is survived by her children, Cindy Turner and husband Matt, Christa DeWitt and husband Jeremy, Ricky Erickson and wife Stacy; 4 grandchildren, Jordan, Lucretia, Keenan and Paul; 8 great grandchildren, Colton, Caleb, Kru, McKinley, Kimberly, Timothy, Mackenzie and Cason; 1 great great grandchild, Ryan; sisters, Sue McNabb, Melody Boyd and husband Chris, Pam Gilbertson and husband Randy; girlfriends, Cindy D., Karen, Carmen and Cindy M.; her kitty cat baby, Gracie; numerous other family and a host of loving friends.

A visitation will be held from 9:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., Friday, January 15, 2021 at Darst Funeral Home Gardens with a funeral service to follow at 10:00 a.m. with Matt Turner officiating. Graveside services will be held at 1:30 p.m., Friday, January 15, 2021 at Sterling-White Cemetery, 11011 Crosby Lynchburg Rd., Highlands, TX 77562.

Funeral services will be LiveStreamed through Darst Funeral Home website on Sheila’s page.


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Sheila will be remembered on Friday, January 15, 2021 at 10:00am at Darst Funeral Home, in the garden. A graveside service will be held at 1:30 at Sterling White Cemetery in Highlands, Texas. 

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12 replies on “Peed, Sheila D.”

Keenan Turner says:

Wonderful woman and grandmother she will be missed I loved her with all my heart she was a beautiful and funny very smart lady I will miss you much much love your favorite grandson Keenan 😘

Sue McNabb says:

My wonderful sweet sister, I love you and miss you so much. You were such a kind and gentle spirit with the love of Jesus in your heart. This is not goodbye, just so long, until we meet again in Heaven.

McKinley Thompson says:

Rest easy, Grandma❤️ I love you!!

Joshlyn Cayton says:

Aunt Sheila….I’m going to miss your positive presence on FB! Although we didn’t talk much, you always left encouraging messages for me and my family. Some of my most memorable moments as a child were with you, uncle Rick, Cindy, Ricky and Christa! I often think of you when I think of how I ended up in Citrus Heights as it was where we visited you for the summer and where I took swim lessons because of you! I love you and we’ll see each other again in heaven.

Pam Pettit-Gilbertson says:

You will always be in my heart. I will miss you and cherish our memories. Rest in peace my dear sister.

Jason Norris says:

I am so thankful my Aunt Sheila new our Lord Jesus. She is with him in his kingdom with no pain and full of endless joy. I wish I got to know her better but I will see her again one day. We will miss you and we honor you for your fighting spirit in life. You were a true fighter and I love that. Our thoughts are with you and prayers to those who loved you most.

Mike Dion says:

We lived next door to Sheila, her and my wife were best friends. My wife suffer 2 stokes and Sheila was there for her when Sheila had hers Cindy tried to be there but COVID guidelines prevented it. But they takes on the phone to work thru it. We will miss her very much she was a very close friend

Johnny Wilbanks says:

Just one of the sweetest cousins I ever had. Always a kind and fun loving girl. I am so thankful that she is no longer having to suffer the pain she has endured for so very long🙏🏻💔.

Sharon Morrow says:

Although I hadn’t seen Sheila since we were girls, I always remembered the fun times we had she and her sisters would come to our house in Memphis to visit us and Grandmother and Granddaddy Wilbanks. She was a wonderful cousin and I’m looking forward to the day we can all be together again in Heaven. Her fighting spirit and the love she had for her family are inspirations to me. With much love and prayers for you in your loss, Sharon Morrow (Aunt Martha Emmons’s daughter)

Melody A Boyd says:

I grew up with you and even though I was younger I felt the need to protect you. These last eleven months I learned how strong you were. You put up a fight that amazed me. I love you and will miss you. I will see you again my sister

Karen Dowden says:

I will truly miss you Miss Sheila I love you My heart aches.

Kathy Riddle says:

Loved this woman, She was a dear friend, My dear daughter in law mother. I miss you Sheila.

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