Lyndal Cole Jankowski, 74, of Houston, formerly Ten Mile community, passed away, Friday, April 13, at the Kindred Hospital in Houston. Funeral services will be held Sunday, April 15, at 3:00 pm at the Union Baptist Church. Services have been entrusted to Cozart Funeral Home.

Lyndal was born to her parents Dan B. and Lula (Hudson) Cole, on October 27, 1937 in the Ten Mile Community. She was very active in high school, playing sports, basketball was her favorite. Shortly after she graduated high school she took Raymond Jankowski’s hand in marriage on December 28, 1957. Lyndal was a fisher and had flowers she tended to. She loved to spend time with her grandson Michael Berry.

Lyndal was preceded in death by both of her parents; a sister Mildred Cole; and a brother A. F. Cole.

She is survived by her husband of 54 years, Raymond Jankowski; a son Brian Jankowski, a daughter Kimberly Jankowski; a brother Billy Ray Cole; and a grandson Michael Berry.

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  1. What a beautiful woman! May she rest in peace as she awaits the return of our King, where she shall live out eternity with no pain! Love you, Kim!

  2. Yes, I dad do something fun. I went swinmimg at Wet n’Wild water park and talked to you while I was on the way with a bunch of kids in the back of the pickup with Abby, who went with me too. I did a pretty good job with the backstroke. I think the kids are about to beat me at swinmimg, so I hope I can hold up a little longer. I remember I didn’t do such a good job when Darla was at Ft. Coob Lake, but an old indian helped us out, and I gave hime all the watermelons I had. I’m still growing tomatoes, green beans, squash and cucumbers. I hope I don’t have to reward anybody with melones (cantaloupes) or sandias (watermelons), because they don’t grow too good in El Paso, although I trying my luck again at pumpkins. Anyway, thanks for the memories, son, but remember; mine’s the 10th,and your’s is the (seven)teenth. Love always, Dad.

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