Thelma Shirley Durr affectionatelly known to many as "Sug" was born January 14, 1951, in Zephyrhills, Florida to Frank and Maybell Willis. Sug attended and graduated from Mickens High School in Dade City. She worked several jobs, naming a few: Daytime Dispatcher for Fire and Rescue Services of Zephyrhills; Clerk of the Courts of Dade City, Florida; and one of her favorite passions, sewing. She was preceded in death by her parents, Frank and Maybell Willis; her sister, Annie Bell Jiles; and her sister, Geraldine McCants. Thelma leaves to cherish her memories, a devoted son, Rashad Durr; her sister, Frankie Mae Willis McKenzie; two grandchildren, Isaiah Durr and Tamira Laezza; two great-grandchildren, Vaylynn and Remi; nephews, Ronald Jiles, Orion McCants (Johvanna), and Marcus McCants (Kim); nieces, Patricia Jiles and Anissa McKenzie; and a host of great nephews, great nieces, cousins and friends; goddaughter, Stephanie Williams.
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