We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Phillips-Upshaw Richard Funeral Home
REFLECTIONS OF A BEAUTIFUL LIFE
On April 5, 1929 in Covington, Texas, Alroy and Maria Aldridge Breeding were blessed with a beautiful little girl. They named her Ella Mae. She attended Emile High School in Bastrop, Texas; and, in 1949 she graduated from L. C. Anderson High School in Austin, Texas.
Ella Mae accepted Christ at an early age and was baptized at the Hopewell Primitive Baptist Church in Cedar Creek, Texas. Later, she joined the First Baptist Church in Austin, Texas under the leadership of Rev. Vernon Manor. She remained a faithful member of the Usher Board and Mission 1, until God called her to Glory. Ella Mae loved her church family, but most of all, she loved the Lord.
JOURNEY IN LIFE
Ella Mae was a cosmetologist for twelve years; a bus driver for Austin Independent School District for twenty years; VFW Post #8906, President for ten years; VFW District 28 President for two years; Travis County Council Auxiliary President for one years; and Life Member of the VFW. She was an Eastern Star, Powell Chapter #145; and, a loving mother, as well.
On the 5th of November-1951, Ella Mae married the love of her life, Henry H. Organ. The two enjoyed sixty-five years of happiness while serving the Lord. Ella Mae is preceded in death by her husband, both parents, and one brother, Eugene Breeding. She leaves to cherish her loving memory - a daughter, Ellen Jackson (O. L.) of Austin, Texas; brothers in-law - Thomas Organ (Carrie), James Organ (Faye), Ervin Organ (Catherine), and Charles Organ, all of Austin, Texas; and, a host of family (the entire Organ Family) and friends.