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Castello, Eleanor R(

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November 25, 1929 - July 12, 2015

Castello, Eleanor R(

Eleanor “Sue” Castello passed away on July 12, 2015 in Kingwood, TX. She was born on November 25, 1929 in Bristol, Tennessee with six siblings: Dorothy, Bonnie, Ruby, Chester, Billy, and Patricia. Patricia is the only surviving sibling. After moving to Miami, Florida she met the love of her life, Paul Castello. They were married on February 4, 1949 and remained married for 65 years. Paul passed away in March 2014. Their lives together was truly a love story.

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In 1954 Paul and Sue packed up their two children, Michael and Cathy and set out to Medicine Lodge, KS where their second daughter, Jana was born. Sue was a wonderful and caring mother raising all of her children to be honest and successful.

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Sue is survived by her son Michael Castello, of Wichita, KS and two daughters, Cathy Arman and Jana Castello both of Kingwood, TX. She also has two son-in-laws, Larry Arman and Michael Schmidt of Kingwood, TX and a daughter-in-law, Barbee Castello. She also has eight grandchildren: Sarah Castello of Berkeley CA, Bryan Castello of Seattle, WA, Raquel Arman of Long Beach, CA, Scott Davis of Topeka, KS, Sam Davis of Ridgefield, WA, Seth Davis of Emporia, KS, Megan Schmidt of Frisco, TX, and Shannon Schmidt of Houston, TX.  She has ten great grandchildren: Alexis Blankenship, Beau Blankenship, Joel Moriera of Long Beach, CA, Drue Cooper and Delaney Davis of Emporia, KS, Maycee and Malloree Davis of Emporia, KS and Ashlynn, Colby and Clara of Ridgefield, WA.

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Sue was a collector of elephants and Santa Clauses but mostly she was a lover of people. She was also an avid card player especially enjoying gin rummy and poker. She really loved picture puzzles and games of all kinds. It was often said that “Mom” never met a person she didn’t like and everyone loved her.

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She enjoyed traveling with Paul and they saw much of the world over their lifetime. Over the many years together, Paul and Sue enjoyed traveling to Las Vegas with their friends. Sue hit several jackpots on slot machines winning many thousands of dollars. Her family and children were the benefactors of winnings and Sue loved going to casinos in her later years.

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Sue was devoted to her family and dear friends. Her beautiful smile and delightful laugh will always be remembered. She will forever be loved and missed by all who knew her.

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Her family request that if so desired, any donations can be made to the SPCA, the American Heart Association, the American Lupus Foundation or the American Kidney Association.

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