LouAnne Greene Dagley

December 20, 1941April 27, 2019

LouAnne Greene Dagley, 78, of Allen, TX passed from this life on to her eternal home on April 27, 2019, the day after her 49th wedding anniversary. She was born December 20, 1941 to Grace and Leslie Greene. LouAnne had three older brothers and one younger sister.

She grew up on a cotton farm in Lubbock, TX and went to high school in Slaton, TX. She had two sons, Cyle and Lee Tyler with her first husband. On April 26, 1970 she married Bob Dagley and together they have one daughter, Linda.

LouAnne was a hard worker, a loving homemaker and was dedicated to her family. She had many friends in her AA family. She was extremely patriotic and had an immense love for her country and her family. Her favorite place to be was around water, especially the beach! She lived by the motto “Take it one day at a time”. That is a testament to how she lived her life.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Grace and Leslie Greene; siblings, Clyde Greene, Don Greene, Shirley Greene, and Linda Gilpin.

She is survived by her husband of 49 years, Bob Dagley, three children, Cyle Doran, Lee Tyler Doran, and Linda Long; and seven grandchildren.

LouAnne was loved while she was with us here on earth, and will be continued to be loved through time and all eternity.


  • Visitation Friday, May 3, 2019
  • Funeral Service Friday, May 3, 2019


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Nancy Sibley

May 19, 2019

Bobby we are very sadden to hear of LouAnne’ passIng. She was a Great Friend to me while you all lived down here. Wished our paths could have been such that we lived closer in the passed but our paths got wider and multiplied in our own little world that we failed to get together like we use to dowhen our parents were alive. But you know what? we will be HIM on the wonderful beautiful universe that God says he has created for us on the HIS SIDE with no pain, trials and tribulations. Right?. I LOVE ALL OF YOU and until we see each other again be SAFE, HAPPY with no pain AND ENJOY YOUR FAMILY ❤️💕. Here is Delores, my daughter Delaine and Mark. Picture was taken the first of April. He passed with Cancer in Durango on April 22.

Peggy Chisum

May 2, 2019

Bobby, we were so sorry to hear of Lou Anne’s passing. We were in Kentucky and just got home this afternoon and will not be able to come but our prayers will be with you. We enjoyed our visit with you and Lou Anne in Frisco. She was a perfect hostess. Wish we could have visited more often.
May God give you perfect peace in the coming days!
We ❤️ you!
Peggy & Jack🙏🙏🙏

Esther Bauer

May 2, 2019

Treasure the memories of an unforgettable woman.
LouAnne had quite a story to tell, and tell it she did. When Wayne introduced me to her at a Frisco Group birthday celebration at Stonebriar Church, she had me laughing while she remained dead serious. Her humor was unequaled.
The last years in her journey through life testifies to her courage. She had the mental toughness, perseverance, and sensibility to search for her kind of humor in all things -- even the Big C. She once told us: "I still have a lot of living to do.” One of her goals must have been to stick with you as long as possible --successfully reaching your 49th wedding anniversary. That’s a testimonial to toughness all by itself.
I will always think of LouAnne as a tough lil gal in the truest and best sense of the word. She radiated encouragement whenever we spoke.
When sadness overpowers your thoughts, just reach into your rich treasure of LouAnne memories for the smile that will brighten your heart.
Love and elbow bumps,
Esther and Wayne

Jim and Delores Musser

May 1, 2019

Bob we love you and were so happy for you and Lou Anne to be happily married for so many years. She knew how to treat and encourage others.
We won't be able to attend the services. God is comfort and strength to all of us.

Bill and Beth Remington

April 30, 2019

Dear Bob,

While we never met LuAnne, we know she was a wonderful wife and mother. 49 years of marriage is quite an accomplishment and is an inspiration to all of us who are married. We hope you can find comfort in the memories and
legacy she left behind.

We know your pain must be quite intense right now but we pray that time and the love of so many people who care for you will bring you comfort and heal your pain.

If there’s anything Bill and I can do for you, we’re just a phone call away.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Bill and Beth Remington

Terri Burns

April 30, 2019

Bob and family,
I am sorry for your loss. I am happy to know Lou Anne is not hurting physically anymore. So proud of her for being sober despite pain. May you have peace and comfort knowing God has this and you too . Love you, Terri Burns

Michelle Jariz

April 29, 2019

To Bob and the kids,
We are so sorry for your loss. Oh my stars, we loved LouAnne so very much! She was just so cool, loving, kind, gentle and brave. I can't tell you how grateful we are to have known her and to have been on the journey of life and sobriety with her, she was such a fighter. She will be sorely missed.
May God bless you and hold you a little bit tighter as you walk through this painful time.
Michelle and Ron Jariz