Elizabeth Ann Poole March 23, 1988 - August 31, 2020

Elizabeth Ann Poole, 32 of Candler went to be with the Lord on August 31, 2020 at her residence. Born March 23, 1988 to Tom and Dara Poole along with twin siblings Keli and Jessica.  Elizabeth was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents, Joe and Gypsy Gardner (Papa Joe & GiGi).

Elizabeth was baptized at First Methodist Church in Angleton, Texas and later confirmed at Covenant Evangelical Presbyterian Church in Lake Jackson.

She is survived by her partner, Dustin Larson; daughter, Ava Larson;  parents,  Dara Poole, Tom Poole and his wife Leslie; sisters, Keli and Jessica Poole; paternal grandparents, Richard and Nancy Poole; aunts and uncles, Ken Poole and his wife Nini, Deborah Sockwell and her husband Lyn, Dawn Truesdell and her husband Randy, Danna Pohler and her husband Steve; cousins, Kenden Poole, Dustin Sockwell, Jeremey Sockwell, Kristen Sockwell Wheeler, Shayla Truesdell Kolker, Spencer Truesdell, Sara Truesdell Kolker, Evan Pohler, and Kendall Pohler; stepsiblings, Greg Lammers, Steven Lammers and Katherine LeCompte and her husband Kenny.

Elizabeth had a Love for her family that could move mountains. Compassion beyond words. A smile that would light up a room and laugh that would always make others laugh with her.  The mother of Ava, who filled every inch of Elizabeth and Dustin’s heart and soul with Love that parents are blessed to experience. Elizabeth and Ava were two peas in a pod!

She loved horticulture, whales, being outdoors and exploring and especially the water. Elizabeth loved swimming anywhere she could, passing that love of water onto her daughter Ava.

Go and swim with the whales and soar on wings like eagles, our sweet Elizabeth.   You will be missed by all the lives that were so blessed who know and Love you.  We look forward to seeing you again in Heaven.

A celebration of life will be held 10:00 AM at the Covenant Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Lake Jackson on September 19, 2020.

In lieu of flowers please make donations to the charity of your choice.


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  1. Steve Welch says

    my condolences im praying for you and your family . God Bless you during your time of mourning .

  2. Savannah Tipton says

    Liz you had a contagious laughter and a love for life and family no matter what mountains you were moving. You’re love for gardening and planting and life and family will never be forgotten. We know the butterflies around all the pretty flowers will let us know you are still with us. Everytime I watch a Cowboys game you will be with me in spirit. Know you are loved and missed greatly!

  3. Mom says

    I LOVE you forever and always my daughter you will always be! Love Mom!

  4. KK says

    The yard and the gardens will never be the same without your sweet smile and contagious laughter. Youngin, you are appreciated to the moon and back. You will be missed always, and you Liz, will forever be loved.

  5. Jewell says

    Your family at ingles Jewell kim vickie Kevin tony mary will alecia bill you will always be on are mind R.I.p little angel you will never be forgotten. Your family at ingles

  6. Jewell says

    Your coworker at ingles will miss you you can go fly high with the angels R.I.P Elizabeth we will miss you

  7. Lori says

    I took the 911 call from your daughter Ava. You would have been so proud, she was calm, collected and informative. I had prayed for a better outcome, and have thought of her and your mother ever since. In this “job” some callers just stick with you and Ava definitely has. Prayers for the family.

  8. Rebecca Castro says

    My sweet Beautiful girl, you are so missed. Your smile brightened so many lives. My condolences to the family. We were extremely blessed to have you in our lives and hearts for the short time we could. Fly high sweet angel. We will forever love you!