Ellen Minna  Quackenbush

Ellen Minna Quackenbush was a caring wife, mother, Nana, sister, and friend. She passed away peacefully on November 4, 2021 at age 92.

She was born to Willie and Minnie Mittag on March 13, 1929 in Paige, TX. After graduating from high school, Ellen met and wed her husband, Wiley Glen Quackenbush on January 11, 1948. Together, they had 7 children: Glen, Rodney, Cheryl, Brad, Tobin, Hugh Bert and Lee Ann.

Ellen loved spending time in the kitchen, creating delicious meals for her family and making cherished memories with her grandkids. She was a skilled seamstress, avid gardener and active homemaker. 

Her witty humor and loving spirit will be missed dearly.

She is survived by her children, Glen(Vickie) Quackenbush, Tobin (Tracy) Quackenbush, Brad Quackenbush, Hugh Bert Quackenbush and Lee Ann Quackenbush. Grandchildren David (Stacie) Nail, Trey (Kelly) Quackenbush, Cy (Erin) Quackenbush, Kelsey (Kyle) Hammonds, Farrah (William) Cook, Hannah Quackenbush, Brett (Ashton) Quackenbush, Dala (Layton) Irvin, numerous adored great grandchildren and one yappy dog, Rojo.

Ellen is preceded in death by her husband, Wiley Glen Quackenbush, daughter, Cheryl Quackenbush, and son, Rodney Quackenbush.

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LinR

She was a good and lovely person!

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