Lori Ella Ullery

May 11, 1970 - November 24, 2021
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Lori Ella Ullery of Phenix City, Alabama, passed away at her home on November 24, in the loving presence of family. Lori lived her life to the fullest and fought for life. She was born on May 11, 1970, in St. Charles, MO, the daughter of Brent Corbin Ebeling and Barbara Jean (Nichols) Ebeling andContinue Reading

Michael left a message on February 15, 2022:
Hi honey, we miss you. I miss you! I have lost so much by losing you . You are my strength and inspiration. We released a balloon today for Valentine's Day. I'm hoping for a call to see were it lands. Maybe that's were I should go?
Barbara & David Shwalb left a message on January 5, 2022:
We mourn the passing of our daughter Lori, a beautiful and brilliant free spirit who touched many lives. Lori was 12 months older than her twin sisters, who loved her dearly and looked up to their big sister. She was a loving and lovable child who was the happiest when she helped her mom with anything and spent time with her three sisters and brother. She shined in her many talents as a child, including creating art projects and reading children's novels, especially the Judy Bloom series. Everyone who reads this could relate fond memories of Lori. For example, we remember how when she was 10 years old she went Christmas tree hunting in Japan and actually found one and brought it home. Lori was big-hearted in all her relationships and was passionately devoted to and loyal to her family. She said that she never regretted any of her choices over the years, and she always told it like it is, as she fought to live life on her own terms. What more could one ever ask for from a child? We believe it must have been of great comfort to Lori that her daughter, three sisters and husband were with her the night she passed on. But in addition, maybe dying and seeing her family’s pain were her final frustrations, because she wanted to live longer, simply happy to be at home. Her legacy will be solid in the memories of all who were blessed to be part of her life. Thank you to all who reached out to our family at this difficult time, and we send our condolences to all who lost and miss Lori.
Paula and Tom Nichols left a message on December 10, 2021:
Lori….We will miss your beautiful smile and wonderful love you always showed us. Please give hugs to all those who passed before you….Love Uncle Tom and Aunt Paula
Linda Wilkinson left a message on December 8, 2021:
My love and prayers go out to all who have lost one of the most amazing , sarcastic, loving human beings to have ever graced this earth. Lori was “my person” as I was hers for the last 36 years…the best friend a girl could have….and my life will forever be “partially empty” without her in it! Much love to all, and my condolences to all who feel the pain of her loss…… Linda Wilkinson
Christina Goodrich left a message on December 8, 2021:
I never had the pleasure of personally knowing Lori, but I do know of her through her best friend, Linda. My deepest condolences and sympathies to the family and friends of this wonderful woman who touched so many lives.
Vance Brooks left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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