Isabelle Cabell

Isabelle Cabell

March 01, 1923 - April 14, 2006

Isabelle Cabell

March 01, 1923 - April 14, 2006


Isabelle Cabell 83 born March 1, 1923 in Michigan, died on Friday, April 14, 2006 in Irvine, California. She is survived by her wonderful husband, John E. Cabell; two loving sons, Dale E. and Douglas J. Cabell; two loving sisters, Barbara Irvin and Mary Livingston and one loving brother, Robert Sherrard. She is also survived by one grandchild. She was dearly loved by many and will be greatly missed by all.

A Private Graveside Service will be held at El Toro Memorial Park, Lake Forest, California.

A Memorial Service will be held on Sunday, April 23, 2006~ 1:30P.M. at Doug Cabell’s Home in Huntington Beach, California.

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9 responses to Isabelle Cabell

  1. Dear John and Family, I know how difficult it is to lose a Once-in-a-lifetime Love, Mother and Sister, but tell our Lord all about it as He cares for you, and be thankful Izzy is now enjoying the Presence of our Saviour and it really won’t be too long before all of us will join her. Love in Christ, Loretta

  2. Events at Doug and Tracy’s home will not be the same without Isabelle. She was a sweet lady who we enjoyed visiting with at numerous family events. We could easily see why Doug felt she was such a special Mom to both he and Dale. We extend our most sincere sympathy to the boys, all the rest of the family and her dear friends on behalf of ourselves and all of Tracy’s family.

  3. Suddenly and sadly, my dear Aunt Izzy is gone from our presence; joyfully, she is with our Lord in glory. Until that moment when the Lord comes for us or we ourselves are called home, I shall dearly miss her glad smile and hugs at Sherrard family gatherings. Aunt Izzy always made me feel good in her presence. Her family meant so much to her, that was easy to see. She was a loving wife, proud mother, doting grandma, dear sister, and a sweet aunt to me and her other nephews and nieces. Most of all, she loved the Lord and His Word. She will be in my heart forever, and then, someday, “face-to-face” once more.
    My heartfelt prayers go out to Uncle John, “the boys” and their families, and to her brother and sisters.

    In loving remembrance, and on behalf of Carrie and our daughters,


  4. Jeff Irvin says:

    My love and support go out to my Uncle John, Cousins Dale and Doug and their families on the sudden loss of Aunt Izzy. The photos posted on this page with her smile are great reminders to me of her own spirit and presence and that she will still live on here in our hearts until we see her again.

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