Faith Loucille Beyer Campbell, 83, devoted wife
and loving mother of two,
grandmother of seven, great-grandmother of ten, and friend to
peacefully Feb. 24, 2004 in Sealy, Texas.
Generous and tender hearted, she is loved and will be missed by
Loucille is very well known and admired in the Sealy community for
years of dedicated service. She was the first lady President of the
Chamber of Commerce; as Director of the Sealy Beautification Project
instumental in Sealy receiving honors from Preston Smith, former
Texas. She was a life member and past President of the American
Auxiliary and loved the meetings of their Past Presidents Parlay.
She was a
fifty-year member and past Director of the Sealy Medical Foundaion,
of the Sealy Historical Society, the Sealy Community Foundation, the
Telephone Pioneers of America and member and Past President of the
Club of Sealy. She was a seventy-five year member of the First
Methodist Church of Sealy. Most recently, she was honored as the
Fantasy of Lights Parade Grand Marshall, which took place on her
Loucille is preceded in death by her husband of 60 years, Earl Leo
and daughter Alicia Morrison.
She is survived by her sisters Hilda Smith and Clare Dunn; daughter
Schneider and husband John; grandchildren Shelley Schneider and
Angel Schneider; son-in-law Al Morrison and wife Karen;
Fowler and husband David; Kim Heacock and husband Tony; Kristi
husband Terry; Kevin Morrison and wife Sharon; Keri Ruggeroli and
Tony; great-children Amanda and Zachary Fowler; T.J. and Ryan
Jacob and Trent Porter; Kate and Paige Morrison; and Bella Ruggeroli.
Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Friday, Feb. 27., 2004, at the
United Methodist Church in Sealy with the Rev. John Tyler
Entombment was in the Haven of Rest Mausoleum in Sealy. Pallbearers
service were Kevin Morrison, Matthew Schneider, Tony Heacock,
Anthony Ruggeroli, David Fowler and Terry Porter. Contributions can be made
American Cancer Society Unit 19, P.O. Box 501, Bellville, Texsa
the First United Methodist Church, 200 Atchison, Sealy, Texas 77474.
services were held under the direction of the Knesek Family Funeral
Posted by Joy Neely