Vennette Pierce Lytle was born on March 8, 1934 to the late Vashtye Daniels and George Daniels.
Vennette was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pa. Vennette received her formal education in the Philadelphia School System. Through hard work and perseverance, she received her diploma. After that she entered the workforce.
Vennette had touched many lives throughout her long life. She had a way with words and always had a unique way of saying them. Such as "Get out the car", "In Wanamaker's window and " It is going to be automatic". Just to name a few. She would tell-it-like-it-is and never sugarcoated anything she had to say.
Vennette loved her family and loved having a good time.
Vennette was preceded in death, her mother, Vashtye Daniels, her father, George Daniels, brother, George Daniels, Jr., Husbands, Albert L. Pierce and Albert H. Lytle, sons, Albert L. Pierce, Jr and Eric H. Lytle. Vennette leaves to mourn: her daughters, Shirelle Lytle-Draughn and Karen V. Lytle, son-in-law, Aaron, Grandkids, Christopher Emerson, Arajna Draughn and Jared Draughn, Great Grandson, Tyjir D. Gallman.
Vennette will also be missed by a host of relatives and loved ones. She will be definitely remembered as "One In A Million".