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Betty Toups Squyres

29 octubre , 19295 febrero , 2021
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On Friday, February 5, 2021, the incomparable Betty Toups Squyres, passed away at the age of 91, and Heaven gained an angel. Betty was born in Beaumont, Texas, on October 29, 1929, to John Doughty and Antoinette Evelyn Toups, and was the elder sister to Margaret Ann Toups Van Ostrand and John Doughty Toups, Jr. Betty married Louis Marvin Squyres on December 2, 1947, in Houston, before he returned to military service. Betty was mother to Louis Marvin, Jr, and Judith Ann. Betty worked at Squyres Screen Company together with her husband, running the office. Betty cultivated a beautiful flower garden at home; painted oil paintings for many years; took countless photos of her friends, family, nature, and “the end” shots. Betty was generous and kind, loved to share stories and reminisce, and never hesitated to lend a helping hand whenever she was able. She loved to go to the zoo, especially with her grandchildren and great-granddaughters.

Betty has been reunited in death with her parents, her husband, her son and her siblings. She is survived and will be dearly missed by her daughter, Judith Ann, daughter-in-law Merilyn, grandchildren Lafe, Marie and Rena, great-grandchildren, Victoria, Sarah, Lindsay, Ashlee, Daryl, Dallas, Dylan, Danica, great great granddaughters Presley and Parker and dear neighbors Andrea and Jan.

Servicios

  • Visitation

    miércoles, 24 febrero , 2021

  • Funeral Service

    miércoles, 24 febrero , 2021

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Victoria Wiginton

22 febrero , 2021

Some of my favorite memories of Grandma were when she would come to visit and we would nap together on the couch. I would crawl up on the couch with her and lay my head on her shoulder and as I’d fall asleep she would lift her arm and put it around me and off to sleep I’d go. She had the sleeping touch. I also loved going to Houston and going into the backyard to eat satsumas off the tree! She would bring us bags and bags of them and they’d be gone before you could blink!

I LOVE all of the scrapbooks that she and Juju made for us and I’ll always cherish them! Some of the sweetest memories captured and put in a book to show my children an amazing woman.

I’ll never forget when she met each of my children for the first time. You could see the love in her eyes for her great- great grand daughters. The last time I saw her was about 6 months ago when she met my youngest, Parker. My toddler, Presley, was all over the place and I would’ve never thought that that would be the last time all 3 of us would see her sweet face. I’ll miss you grandma and we love you so much. Rest In Peace.