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Visitation

Revival City Harvest Church
Monday May 11th, 2020
4:00pm - 8:00pm

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Graveside Service

Peaceful Gardens Memorial Park
Tuesday May 12th, 2020
1:00pm

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Ms. Haley Steele of Lubbock

Haley Erin Steele, 29 of Lubbock, Texas passed away on Thursday April 30, 202. She was born in Lubbock, Texas on January 8, 1991 to Robert Steele and Erin Irwin. Haley graduated with her Diploma from Richard Milburn Academy in 2008 and South Plains College in 2013 with her Associates Degree. Haley's greatest joy in life was working with animal rescues and fostering animals. Haley established the Daisy Pet Food Group that provided pet food to families that were financially challenged. This program was a blessing to many families. Haley loved helping others and all animals great and small. She was preceded in death by her grandfathers; James Robert Steele and Lee White Critchfield. Haley is survived by her precious son;  Micaden Eric Steele, her parents; Erin and Daniel Irwin of Lubbock, Christopher and Pamela of Post, Texas and Robert Steele of Canyon, Texas. Haley is also survived by her brothers; Alex Atkinson and Nicholas Steele, sisters; Brooklyn Steele and Libby Irwin, grandmother; Patricia Jackson, grandparents; Sandy and Anthony Strawn and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. A visitation for Haley will be held 4-8 PM on Monday May 11, 2020 at Revival City Harvest Church 3418 I-27. Graveside service will follow on Tuesday May 12, 2020 at 1 PM at Peaceful Memory Gardens Cemetery.  Service has been entrusted to the professionals of Grace Funeral and Cremation Care.  In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Haven Animal Care Shelter in Haley's Name.

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Haley haley.....the memories that flood to my mind when i think of you, was the times i was probably the closest to you that i have ever been. First i wanna say sorry that we grew apart like we did. I went thur my memory folder and saw stuff about making a club. It made me smile. I remember siting in ur room all the toys, oh my goodness you had so much, Your the one that introduced me to polly pocket!!! Anyways, i was at yalls apartment all the time. You were the strong one the brave one and to prove it i have a letter u wrote to me proving that. YES,even though we have grown up and became just friends i kept your letter.Im so greatful to you thur elementary you helped me and going on to jr. High you did the same. I remember being sooooo jealous when you made new friends, because you were mine and i didnt wanna share lol! But im glad you found some. And they stuck you with thru thick and thin. Whether you realize it or not, u were my hero thur my childhood and i mean that with all seriousness. I will not forget u haley thanks for being my friend. I truely regret that i wasnt a stronger friend for you but i love you haley and you will always be my true best friend.

Corina Villarreal May 7 2020 12:00 AM