Sibyl Louise Sprinkles

Sibyl Louise Sprinkles
December 16, 1922 – September 27, 2015

Sibyl Sprinkles, 92, of College Station and Troy, Texas, passed away on Sunday, September 27, 2015 in LaVernia, Texas under the care of Country Care Center. Sibyl has asked for her body to be given to Texas A&M Health Science Center for medical studies. A memorial service will be held at The First Baptist Church of Troy on Saturday November 28th at 2:00 p.m.

Sibyl Louise Lancaster was born to her parents Eual F. Lancaster and Ollie Mae Martin Lancaster on December 16, 1922 at home in the Bottoms Community of Bell County, Texas. She attended Troy School where she was part of Troy’s first Pep Squad. On January 6, 1940 she married Horace Lee Sprinkles. In 1943 during World War II Sibyl worked as a Riveter building the B-24 Liberator Heavy Bomber at Consolidated Plant in Ft Worth, Texas Sibyl was a strong and determined women who worn many hats in her life. She loved fishing, playing games, cards and dominos but most of all she loved to win! Ask any kid who ever played with her. She loved her life and at times it was difficult but she kept a faith that blessed her with 92years on this earth. Although she will be missed from us physically, she remains in spirit.

Preceding her in death are her husband Horace Sprinkles; her parents; sister, Bonnie Lancaster, brothers, Harold Lancaster and Donald Lancaster.

Her survivors are sons, Delayne Sprinkles and wife Melta, of Granbury, Texas and Jackie Sprinkles and wife Patsy, of Troy, Texas; her daughter Janet Sprinkles Wyatt, of College Station, Texas; her brother Bill Lancaster of Valley Mills, Texas; her sister Peggy Williams of Monticello, Arkansas; ten grandchildren and twenty-two great grandchildren, nieces, nephews and a host of other relatives and friends which she loved and cherished spending time with.

Expression of condolence can be made at


  1. My condolences to your family. I had the pleasure of caring for Mrs. Sprinkles while at Country Care Manor in La Vernia, TX. I remember her pleasant demeanor and beautiful smile the most. Blessings to the family. Sincerely, Lisa Woods, RN

  2. Please accept Sue Ann and my condolences. II still have the fondest memories of your mother and father. Your family took in a sailor who who was a long way from home and made him feel welcome. I will never forget the southern style meals your mother cooked for us when we came to your ranch on the weekends. Memories like these will never be forgotten!

    One day I will return to visit my friends in Texas, please email me some ph#s so I can contact you.
    Thinking of you all, Sue Ann and Tony


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