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January 10, 2022


Elizabeth Joyce Starett

September 10, 1930 - January 9, 2022

On January 9th, 2022, Elizabeth Joyce Myers Miner Starett, 91, went to be with the Lord.  She was born on September 10,1930 to John and Regis Myers in Uniontown, Pennsylvania. She lived in Ohio, Arizona, Texas and the last 8 years a resident of Angie, Louisiana.

Mrs. Starett started working at a young age at an ice cream parlor. After marrying, she started doing cake decorating and catering out of her home and took art classes. She retired as an office manager of a doctor’s office. She loved animals, especially horses. She also raised and showed Welsh ponies, and also helped publish a Welsh ponies Gazette for several years. Her hobbies included baking, coloring, puzzles, painting, floral arranging and her favorite, jewelry making. She loved going to church and the Holidays.

Mrs. Starett is survived by her children, Chris (John) Kovach, Peggy (Chuck) Williams, April (Terry) Baker, John Starett, and Frank Starett. She is also survived by a sister Wanda (Stan) Foltz, a brother John (Betty) Miner, her grandchildren, Bruce (Tisa) Miner, Holly Miner, Tiffany Miner, Jason Kovach, Jeremy Kovach, Naomi (Jonathan) Bourrous, Tatiana (Mike) Mack, Samantha Starett, Rebecca Moreno, Ross Orsino, Cristina (Luis) Martinez, Nicole (Mike) Garcia, CJ (Amanda) Williams and Kyle (Jennifer) Williams and Jessica Baker and numerous great grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her father and mother, husbands John Miner and Frank Starett Sr., son Bruce Miner, daughter Colleen Villarreal, daughter Cathleen Miner, sister Martha Vargo and brother Theodore Miner.

A visitation will be held Tuesday, January 11, 2022, from 9:00 A.M. until 12:00 P.M. at Poole-Ritchie Funeral Home followed by a graveside service Thursday, January 13, 2022, at Sterling White Cemetery in Highlands, Texas.

In Lieu of flower please make a donation to her favorite Charity ASPCA or Indians.

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