Josephine (Trevino) Earls

May 19, 1936 - June 3, 2021

Josephine (Trevino) Earls, age 85, of Little Elm, Texas, passed away on Thursday, June 3, 2021. She was born on May 19, 1936, in Dallas, Texas, to Juanita Trevino. Josephine married the love of her life, Leonard Wayne Earls, on November 16, 1953, in Dallas. They were blessed with a large, beautiful, family of several children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Josephine was an exceptional wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother  and homemaker. She loved dancing, spending time outside, fishing, gardening, sewing, quilting and reading. Josephine took the greatest pleasure in loving, hugging and taking care of her grandchildren and great grandchildren. She will be forever adored and loved, and greatly missed, by those who knew her.

Josephine is survived by her children, Sherry Bragg of Little Elm, Mary West of Dallas, Jenny Coffey and her husband, Gary, of Red Oak, and Jimmy Wayne Earls and his wife, Nancy, of Frisco; her grandchildren, Bryan (Christy) Bragg, Amanda Bragg, Wendy (Jeff) Bradford, Leonard Wayne (Lorie) Campos, Chris (Ashley) Coffey, Leeandra (Sam) Jarmon, Brad (Katie) Earls, Michelle (Angel) Navas, Bobby (Paige) Earls, Justin (Karisma) Hancock and Meaghan Hancock; twenty-two great grandchildren; her sisters, Anna Sparkman and Dorothy Vasquez; her brothers, Lee Trevino and his wife, Claudia, and Carl Barrett.

She is preceded in death by her beloved husband, Leonard Wayne Earls; her daughter, Dianna Hancock; and her sisters, Betty Barrett and MaryAnn Figuiroa.

A memorial service will be held at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home, 8520 Main Street, Frisco, Texas 75033, on Saturday, June 12, 2021, at 2:00 p.m., officiated by Mr. Gary Coffey. Visitation will be here one hour prior to the service. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you consider making a donation to St Jude or Scottish Rite Hospital.

For those not in attendance, the service will be live streamed promptly at 2:00 PM on the Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home, Frisco Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow-Frisco-757595044332865/

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I can say I was truly blessed to have known such a beautiful, kind & loving woman as "Momma Jo" Her daughter, Sherry shows & carry these same traits from her loving mother. As I shared with my dear friend, Sherry - I know its extremely hard to lose such a Saint here on earth but I oh am I glad its just "see you later" for I know we will see "Momma Jo" again. Much love & my deepest prayers for the family. Ceselie Jackson & kiddos Cesele Jackson, June 12, 2021 For 26 years I had the privilege of loving our beautiful Memaw. She was always the most selfless, loving person. She loved her babies big and small with all that she was and was so proud of each and everyone of them. I am so honored to have had her love and wisdom poured into me all of these years. I will miss her hugs, talks, advice, encouragement and laughs. Oh how special is someone who makes saying goodbye so hard. We will love you forever! Christy Bragg , June 12, 2021 My deepest heartfelt sympathy to the family. Everyone will miss "Wendy's Grandma". I know that a big hole is left in the family who loved this woman so much. Over the years I watched my friend and co worker Wendy take care of her family, the love and devotion she has for her Grandmother and family will be evident in how she continues on in her Grandmother's footsteps. I will always remember the times that "Wendy's Grandma" came up to our office to bring her great grandchildren for Doctor visits or to see Wendy- she was always smiling and full of so much love for her family. Again, my deepest sympathies.
Toni Gardner, June 11, 2021 Sorry for your loss, it is hard to let go fly our angels to our a Father’s house, just remember this is temporary, some day will be all together again.
Lupita Orta, June 10, 2021 How does someone say goodbye to the most loved woman in her life, her mother. Mom you were the matriarch of the family. You were our advisor and counselor. You were the one we all leaned on. You were the one we called to see what you were up to or to tell you what was going on. You made me feel special all the time. You made everyone in our family feel special in there own way. Thank you for always being by my side. It was my pleasure to take care of you. I will see you again one day until then it is wonderful knowing that I have another Angel watching over me. I love you mom!! Your daughter, Mary Mary West, June 10, 2021 We are so sorry for the loss of such a beautiful person. Albert has such fond childhood memories with all the girls. Our prayers and love are with the family. Albert & Mona Trevino , June 10, 2021 Dearest Mother, A book with endless pages wouldn’t be enough to hold a lifetime of memories. Our endless talks, laughter, crazy antics and even the tough moments, were the greatest times. I want you to know it is an honor and a privilege to be your daughter. You’re not only a Mother to me, you’ve been a teacher, confidant, the greatest friend and most wonderful roommate. Thank you for being the embodied strength... Your hard work, wisdom, unconditional love and support for the family... Even when times were tough, you soldiered on. You will be forever loved and remembered through all the stories told by the generations in this family. You’ve touched so many lives. Rest in peace, my sweet, beautiful mother... My Angel... I will miss you deeply and love you for the rest of my days. Until we are together again. Sherry Bragg, June 9, 2021 Bless your soul and your friends n family
Tiffany Beaubien, June 7, 2021 Momma Jo, you will never be forgotten. So many good memories from my teen years till now. Your contagious giggle, the peach jelly,, the pig head in the boiling pot, the doll clothes you made for my daughter and so many more. Enjoy your eternity in heaven. Love you, Debbie Chapman Deborah Chapman, June 7, 2021 Although i did not really know Josephine, I felt as though I did through her granddaughter, Wendy. Josephine was a very important person in Wendy’s life and she spoke of her often. They were very close until the moment Josephine slipped away. Rest easy Josephine…..you are sleeping with the angels now. With Sympathy and Love Roger and Cheryl Haney Cheryl and Roger Haney, June 6, 2021 I Love You SO Much you will always be in my HEART FOREVER Anna Jean Sparkman, June 6, 2021 So sorry for your loss. Victor Trevino , June 5, 2021 My heartfelt condolences to each of you as you say your goodbyes to a beloved mom, aunt, sister, grandmother and great grandmother. Josephine was such a sweetheart with a great sense of humor. She was always sweet and kind to me. May her soul Rest In Peace and may her family find comfort in the love you have for each other and the love you shared for her. 
Katie Andy, June 5, 2021 Our sincerest condolences to all the family. Rose and Philip Chavez, June 5, 2021 My Aunt Josie was the most beautiful woman I knew. When I was a little girl I was in awe of her. I'm still the same. Heaven gained a beautiful angel. Carole Owen, June 5, 2021 So sorry for your loss! Debbie Crump, June 5, 2021