OBITUARY

Lovita Lou Ouimet

June 27, 1953October 6, 2019
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Lovita "Lou" Ouimet, 66, of Red Oak, Texas was born June 27, 1953. She passed away October 6, 2019 in Dallas, Texas at Charlton Methodist Hospital. Lou was raised and educated in Rotan, Texas by her loving parents Bill and Sue Cade. She later furthered her education at Howard College in Big Springs, Texas. Lou had a career in the Oil industry with Santa Fe Energy, EnCana Oil and Gas USA.

She had a passion for reading, traveling and being a fabulous Mother and Gram. Lou leaves a loving husband of 27 years Jim Ouimet, daughters; Lisa McCormick (David), Denise Coker (Rusty), grandchildren; Mandi Almager (Ray),Sarah Hester (Matt), Cade McCormick, Ella McCormick, Michael Canada fiancΓ© Brad, great granddaughter; Emmy Hester, brothers; Kevin Cade, Mark Cade, niece; Sarah Pezant, nephew; David Cade and Will Cade.

Lou is preceded in death by parents; Bill and Sue Cade, brother; Dale Owen Cade and daughter; Tammy Michelle Thane.

Lou was known as the sweetest, happiest and kindest person. She was Jim's best friend and the love of his life. She loved her children, grandchildren and could not do enough for them. She was all Love. Lou absolutely loved playing games with her grandchildren. She loved to read and travel with friends and family in the USA and Europe. Lou seldom complained and always had good and kind things to say about everyone. She will be missed by everyone that knew and loved her.

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, October 12, 2019

Memories

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Bruce Harwell

October 18, 2019

I met Lou in 2004 when my family and I moved to Dallas and I started working in the same company. I immediately liked her and simple and direct manner. She was so nice to me. I met Jim when he came to the same company and we became friends. I know that Lou had medical problems but I also remember she never complained. I have missed seeing and talking to her and Jim. I know she is in a terrific place now. Thank you Lou for being you.

Saundra McCord

October 14, 2019

Lou was a patient at Dr. Goad's office for many years. She is one of the sweetest ladies I have every met. She will be missed.

Sharon Berry

October 11, 2019

Sue will be there with a big hug and kiss holding Dale

Lisa McCormick

October 9, 2019

Lisa McCormick

October 9, 2019

Momma, WE LOVE YOU!
You made our laughs louder and smiles bigger.
Thank you for loving us so well.
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Jenna Anaya

October 8, 2019

I had the pleasure of working with Jim for many years, and witnessed the love affair blossom between Lou and him. She was an absolute love, and brightened anyone’s life that had the privilege of knowing her. I know Jim and the entire family are missing her greatly, and my deepest sympathy goes out to all of you. God Bless you and that angel Lou, who will see you again on the other side with arms open and a big hug waiting!!
Sending Love and Prayers,
Jenna Anaya, Oklahoma City

Roy Kronenberg

October 8, 2019

Lou was one of the warmest, sweetest, caring person that I had the pleasure to know. Always smiling even in her hard times. She will be missed by many and leaves a void that will be hard to fill in this world. She has become a bright shining star in the next one.

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She sure loves her girls who made her a Gram!

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Despite our extreme dislike of cold we tolerated it excitedly for ICE

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