Lucy's Estate Sales 6217 Georgia Corpus Christi, TX. May 7th and 8th 8am - 3pm
Half Off Saturday!
In keeping with the current situation with the Corona Virus (COVID-19) and the CDC recommendations the following will continue to be implemented. We will be limiting not more than 10 people at any given time within the home during the entire sale. Please be aware that our staff will be counted within that group of 10. We will be providing sanitizers and wiping down areas continuously throughout the sale. We would like to emphasize that if you are feeling even the least bit ill please refrain from coming out to the sale and follow all other procedures that have been taken by local agencies such as hospitals with asking yourself the questions regarding your own personal health situation. If you do not have a mask you will be provided with a disposable one as an extra precautionary measure free of charge so that both you and staff can have a safe shopping environment.
An additional service we will provide unique to this sale. We will be prepared to take orders online on a first come first serve basis. You can either email us at (firstname.lastname@example.org), text or call (361-402-0641) and be prepared to let us know your name, which item you are interested in and if it will be picked up or mailed. If picked up we will give instructions at the time of payment. If mailed you will be responsible for paying the shipping costs. As always we appreciate your support. If it will be picked up a set time will be established to allow for the least disruption for all. As always we appreciate your support and the support for the Davis family for whom we are conducting this estate sale.
This is the estate of the late Conster Willow Davis, known to family and friends as Aunt Connie, Conster, and most especially Granny. She was a former Galvan Elementary School Staff Member of over 10 years with a total of 25 years with CCISD as a Foster Grandparent. She volunteered long enough to celebrate her 100th Birthday amongst family and friends. Connie was from Honey Grove, originally. She later relocated to California where she had taught for several years. During World War II worked as a Riveter and later afterwards became an amazing seamstress. She worked piece work and was even a part of making Levi’s Denim Jeans such an amazing life was led by Connie. She accomplished many things in life and always had so much spunk and will be sorely missed.
Furniture, Collectibles, & General Items. Hope to see your order and please let us know how you liked the experience of shopping On-Line. We look forward to seeing you again. Also, please feel free to share this email with your friends. Sampling of Items for Sale
· Antique Gone With the Wind Hurricane Red Satin Lamp Fenton, Oversized Pleather Recliner