2022ObituariesUncategorizedPhyllis “Lil Honey” Greer

June 23, 2022by SealeUser13

Phyllis Jean Greer “Lil Honey”, of Watson, La, born January 22 nd , 1950, entered the gates of Heaven and into the loving arms of her Heavenly Father on Tuesday, June 21st, 2022, surrounded by all her children and her beloved husband, Larry Paul Greer. Phyllis led an exemplary life as a Godly woman and daughter of Christ, she lived for her husband, her children, grandchildren and great grand children and she taught everyone around her the love of our mighty Savior, Jesus Christ. Her calling was in teaching, and she spent her career as a teacher in many different schools including Alleluia Acres Christian Academy, Hamilton Christian Academy, and Denham Springs Christian Academy. She loved to sing, play the guitar, take long walks, and especially loved watching her Honey coach games. She loved watching all her special shows and TV programs with Honey and became a newly appointed football fan! She loved her church family, Pastor Jack Wells and Sister Doris and the congregation of Christian Life Fellowship Church of Walker. Phyllis is preceded in death by her father, John Richard Suit, her beloved daughter, Stephanie “Taffy” Dianne Spong Norwood, and her son-in-law Derek David Trouard. She leaves behind to cherish her memory her loving husband Larry Paul Greer, her mother Martha Taylor, her brother, Richard Suit Jr, and his wife Cheryl, Sisters Kim Roser, and her husband Mark, and Lissa Holsclaw, and her husband Joey. Her children and their families, Stephen Norwood, wife Judy and children Russell, his fiancée Olivia, and Ryan; Sarah Norwood Trouard and children Derek David II and Cole; Anthony Greer and children Kaleb, Hailey Varnier, her husband Marshall, Payton, and Piper; Azure Greer, fiancé Jamie and her children Tristan and Aydin; Missy Viga and her children Halley, Emma, and Olivia. Taffy’s children, Anna, Andrew, and Richard Spong III. Phyllis had many loving nieces and nephews and loved her great grandchildren, Wyatt, Jackson, Madison, Charlee, Jace, Autumn, Ariella and Ava. Services will be held at Seale Funeral Home in Denham Springs, La on Sunday, June 26th . Visitation will be from 1 to 3 pm, funeral services will begin at 3 pm followed by a graveside service. The family would like to express our thanks and gratitude to the staff at New Century Hospice, Nicole and Emily and the staff at The Crossing at Clarity Hospice, nurse Bea and Melissa for the loving care and comfort they provided in the final days of Lil Honey’s time on this earth. Flowers can be sent to Seale Funeral Services, Denham Springs, La and words of comfort for the family can be left at www.sealefuneral.com

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13 comments

  • Pat Craft

    June 27, 2022 at 2:26 am

    I love that you were the ‘other grandmother’ and that we were friends because we both wanted what was best for the ‘kids’.
    I learned so much from your sweeter, gentler, quieter ways.
    While you were already fighting illness, you took the unprecedented, brave step of having a major surgery with no guarantees-
    I asked how you would be able to stand the pain they said that you would need to endure- you said that you wanted more time with Larry, you said, that, if possible, you wanted to see Cole and Ryan graduate- you told me that the cost of more time was the pain. You were brave and walked in faith to have more time.
    You said that you were not afraid to go, but that you had so much more that you wanted your children and grandchildren to hear from you, but that many times those stories and lessons are only really heard by them when the timing is right. You wanted some more time so that the time was right for them to hear the messages.
    You talked about those closest to you that stopped what they were doing in order to be with you as you walked this devastating journey. And you said that those acts of love gave you the strength to keep going.
    I treasure our talks and I love that when you crossed the finished line that you were welcomed with love and being whole again in the presence of God. May your love and faith legacy live on in them as a strength to help them on their life journies!

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  • olivia daigle

    June 26, 2022 at 3:14 pm

    To my biggest inspiration, the best pre school teacher a girl could’ve ever had. You not only taught me my ABCs but you taught me how to love and have compassion but most importantly you showed me my love for music. One day when i’m on broadway i’ll tell the world about you

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  • Bob and Susan Thornton

    June 25, 2022 at 4:54 pm

    So sorry for the loss of Sister Phyllis. May God wrap His Arms around the family and give the family the peace and comfort you all will know comes from Him. God Bless you all. Love and Prayers to you all.

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  • Mike & Janice Fluitt

    June 24, 2022 at 6:42 pm

    So sorry to hear the news of Phyllis. We were a close family at Alleluia Acres and shared time together. She was an incredible women and I know she will be missed. We will be keep the family in our prayers. Remember. If we are Christians, Phyllis is in our future not just our past.

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  • Jonathan

    June 24, 2022 at 3:27 pm

    I really am lost for words. I am so desperately sorry to hear about Phyllis’ passing. She was truly a remarkable woman. And a force of nature. A matriarch to so many beyond the bounds of her own flock. I hope you can find a little solace in the fact she is now at peace, is no longer suffering and finally without pain. At least we know Taffy will be there to greet her. I love you all dearly and i am only a phone call away if you need anything

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  • Cynthia Sampey

    June 24, 2022 at 12:48 pm

    May God protect you and keep you. I pray He gives your family strength and grant you mercy.

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  • Lisa Moreno

    June 23, 2022 at 10:24 pm

    I loved Phyllis and remember our time together at Hamilton. We always called each other on our shared birthday.
    I know she is rejoicing in Heaven.

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  • Martha Watson

    June 23, 2022 at 8:57 pm

    I am so deeply sorry that Phyllis has moved on to a new existence. We have not been close as adults, but we were as little cousins together visiting our maternal grandparents. She was 2 years older than me and taught me my first dances and how to shave my legs! We loved singing and swinging on the porch swing, by ourselves or with Grandmother. Good times, happy memories.

    I’m sorry I can’t be with you now, but I am thinking of all of you and sending my love. May your loving memories of her and her faith comfort and support you and bring you peace in the fullness of time.

    Love,

    Martha Watson
    Coldwater, MI

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  • Rhonda and Jim Palmer

    June 23, 2022 at 7:47 pm

    Sarah,
    You and your entire family are in our thoughts and prayers. God has his loving arms wrapped around her and I know you will always cherish and treasure the beautiful memories you have of your beautiful mother.

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  • Mike and Pat Dunn

    June 23, 2022 at 7:11 pm

    Mike and (I )Pat Dunn have and will always charish the time we spent around sweet Phyillis . May comfort come to each family and friends that she has touched in this time.
    Know that God will give you peace in this time of grief.
    Love
    Dunn family

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  • Helena Peloquin Bridges

    June 23, 2022 at 6:49 pm

    Such an extraordinary example of a Godly woman!!!! I will never forget her!!!!

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  • Tammy ridfle

    June 23, 2022 at 6:30 pm

    Larry. Prays for you and her family.She is with Jesus and taffy.

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