Lindley Pond Ayers
Johnson Metropolis, Texas – Lindley Pond Ayers by no means achieved a stranger. Whether it was by way of her church, her function or her local community, interactions were Lindley’s passion. She liked people today definitely and they cherished her back. To all who understood her, and with fantastic unhappiness, we announce Lindley’s passing on the 18th of January, 2022.
Lindley was born in Houston, Texas to Jane and Robert (Bob) Pond on October 26th, 1961. She came into life as bright and fierce as she left, touching, befriending and caring for men and women along the way. She attended University of Texas Dental Hygiene Faculty and practiced 19 several years as a prosperous hygienist in both Houston and Austin. Constantly intrigued in gardening and landscaping, Lindley commenced doing aspect work opportunities and favors for buddies and acquaintances, right up until important mass forced her to go away her dental devices guiding and start out Lindley Pond Landscaping. Like Dental Cleanliness, Lindley’s appreciate for persons and talent for landscaping proved a prosperous blend as Lindley Pond Landscaping grew into a productive professional and household structure and set up agency.
For the duration of Lindley’s occupation transition, her enjoy of nature and animals led her to Johnson City wherever she planted her roots, established up shop and built her desire with horses, canines, cats and chickens. Her landscaping enterprise not only led her to lifelong relationships with prospects, but also to Decker Ayers, the enjoy of her lifestyle. Lindley and Decker were active in the Henly Baptist Church. As Lindley continued to experienced in her faith-stroll, she reached out to Don Forrester, her pastor and requested baptism as an expression of her Christian faith. Lindley began her day doing the job the New York Occasions crossword puzzles in ink and feeding her horses treats from the techniques of her household. She lived an active existence taking care of her organization, getting treatment of her animals, cooking and staying a cheerleader, friend and confidant to the many family and pals in her daily life. She was an awesome daughter, sister, aunt and pal. Her positivity radiated each day and to every person lucky enough to cross her path.
Lindley is preceded in dying by her beloved partner, Decker Ayers, her mother Jane Pond and her grandparents. She is survived by her father, Bob Pond (Fran), brothers, Dr. Jay Pond of Fort Truly worth and Matt Pond (Megan) of Houston, many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and countless good pals.
A nearby remembrance will be held at the Henly Baptist Church, 200 Henly Loop, Dripping Springs, Texas, at 2:00pm March 5th, 2022. A celebration of Lindley’s existence will be held later in the Spring – the day to be announced. For people wishing to make a donation in Lindley’s memory, you should take into account offering to Henly Baptist Church, The American Cancer Society or any area animal rescue firm.
Posted on the internet on February 25, 2022
Revealed in Austin American Statesman