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Rebecca Sutton

January 2, 1958 — December 11, 2020

It is with great sadness that the family of Rebecca “Becky” Suzanne Sutton of Live Oak, Texas announces her passing on December 11, 2020 at the age of 62. She was born Jan 2, 1958 in Topeka, Kansas, and since her father served in the Air Force, she grew up in various states throughout the US and in Puerto Rico and Panama. Eventually Texas became her home where she attended Judson High School (class of 1976) and San Antonio College.

As a proud member of the Osage Nation, she visited Oklahoma often to be with her tribal family.  Becky worked many years with her father at his business, Family Focus Counseling. She later worked at Northeast Baptist Hospital and South Texas Blood and Tissue Center.

Becky loved the ocean, especially driving to the Gulf Coast, where she often fished, swam, and walked along the beach searching for seashells. She also frequently would drive through the Texas Hill Country to visit Fredericksburg to shop for gifts and antiques. Learning about other cultures and their history was another passion of hers. She would often attend the Asian Festival and the Renaissance Fair. Additionally, Becky was fond of gardening, animals, and nature.

Contributing and supporting organizations was a priority for Becky and her family.  Some of the organizations include San Antonio Pets Alive, Universal City Animal Care and Control, the Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride, Harvest Classic Vintage Motorcycle Rally, and Equessense Therapeutic Horse Play.

Rebecca was the beloved daughter of Jeannine J. Bradshaw and the late Lt. Colonel Buddy M. Bradshaw of Live Oak, Texas. She was the beloved wife of David W. Sutton and the loving mother to her two children, Dillon A. Sutton and Chloe N. Sutton.  She is survived by brother Michael D. Bradshaw (Adele) and sisters Linda L. Bradshaw and Paula “Pee Jay” Smith (Jet).  She also leaves behind her nieces Natalie L. Bradshaw, Malia A. Cannon (Mathew), Cheyanne L. Smith, and nephews Nicholas R. Bradshaw (Allison) and Tristan N. Smith, great nephew Hudson B. Cannon along with many loving cousins and friends.

She was a fun-loving and giving person, who embraced life with openness and joy.  Becky always offered kindness and friendship to others.  She will be greatly missed and fondly remembered as a compassionate soul who brightened the lives of all who knew her.  May she Rest In Peace in the arms of God.

Due to Covid-19 concerns and other circumstances, memorial services will be postponed until a yet to be determined date. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to organizations Becky supported.


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