OBITUARY

Lola Mae McClevinus

June 23, 1923January 29, 2019

Lola Mae McClevinus was born on June 23, 1923 in Wardville, Oklahoma and passed away on January 29, 2019 in Lufkin, Texas.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, February 1, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, February 2, 2019
REMEMBERING

Lola Mae McClevinus

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Carol & Bud Milford

February 1, 2019

Being friends with Lola was easy. She was a person that everyone who met her loved. We knew her from the Citadel Corps of The Salvation Army where she liked to spend time and her talents. We visited in her home at Shartel Towers where she always shared a meal with us that she had prepared or at least a treat if we came by unexpectedly . She enriched our lives greatly and we loved her. We thank God for letting us know her.

Rose Pitts

January 31, 2019

My granny Lola - what a treasure ! She always had a great big hug and kiss for you - even if she didn’t know you ! She taught us kids what love felt like ! It didn’t matter how crazy her house got with sometimes 10 grandkids on blankets in the floor - she was right there too solving the dilemma of who got to sleep on the ironing board , or who could stay quiet the longest until we fell asleep ! I can still hear her say come here and kiss old grandma —- she’s my treasure

Renee Robertson

January 31, 2019

Grandma Lola was a one of a kind person. Her heart was always content when it came to helping others, it was her life. Growing up I can remember her always in a kitchen somewhere cooking for what seemed to always be an army of people, and she loved it. She lit up when she was offering others her home made goodies and the most wonderful cakes (my favorite were the bunny cakes at Easter). She never left a button not sewed or a person without a gift of some kind when visiting. She doctored me up many times and always took the time to have fun, like getting her turn riding on the quarter machine in the super market entry way. Grandma instilled in me the value of spending time in church, with family, and to love the outdoors. Our family camping trips were always an adventure, like picking wild berries and then watching her fix us a cobbler out of them or fishing on the river and her and Grandpa bringing in the biggest catfish I have ever seen, and that's what we had for dinner. She was a blessing to me and I will always cherish those memories. God took a big part of my heart home and I will miss her. Love you bunches Grandma!

Major Stephen Ellis

January 30, 2019

Condolences and blessing from friends at The Salvation Army.

Larry and Jan Perrine

January 30, 2019

So sorry for your loss.

Lisa Gould

January 30, 2019

Alisa Gould

January 30, 2019

My sweet sweet granny she was a very sweet loving person . She love to help others she work to feed the the homeless she loved to go to church gardening and fishing and camping. We will greatly miss her and she will always be in my heart

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY