Annie "Lou" Lehman

September 14, 1941November 30, 2019

Services celebrating the life of Annie Lou Lehman will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, December 3, 2019 at Hill Crest Memorial Chapel with Chaplain Randy Goudeau officiating. Interment will follow at Hill Crest Memorial Park. The family will receive friends at 10:00 a.m. prior to the service.

Lou was born in McNeill, MS on September 14, 1941 and passed away on November 30, 2019 at her home in Haughton. She worked as an executive secretary and retired from Libbey Glass. Lou was a member of University Church of Christ in Shreveport. She was a talented and creative artist in painting and photography. Lou created her own personalized cards for all occasions. The work she did was so beautiful and special to her loved ones.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Lewis O. Lehman, three brothers and two sisters. Lou is survived by her many nieces, nephews, great nieces nephews and great-great nieces and nephews and so many adopted grandchildren. She loved spending time with her family and her many friends.

Pallbearers will be Eric Bates, Bobby Brown, Brandon Coker, Kyler Golden, Keegan Golden and Michael Golden.

The family would like to thank Chaplain Randy and the staff at Regional Hospice for the comfort and care they provided. Special thanks also to Pam Bates and Tina Andrews for their love and support.

Condolences may be shared at


  • Eric Bates
  • Bobby Brown
  • Brandon Coker
  • Kyler Golden
  • Keegan Golden
  • Michael Golden


  • Visitation Tuesday, December 3, 2019
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, December 3, 2019


Annie "Lou" Lehman

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Rob McGill

December 5, 2019

Lou, you were always so nice to us, leaving a kind word when ever you had the chance, not only for me but for Ashley and Joshua also. But the Lord promised everlasting life, so I will see you again.

Much Love and prayers for family and friends.


December 4, 2019

Sweet Lou, Love, you have finished the race and have received the crown (REV 2:10)! Thanks for being one of my greatest supporters while preaching at Eastwood. I always looked forward to seeing your sweet smile and getting a warm hug. You have touched so many lives while on this earth and now your "faith" has matured into that "hope" we all long for. I will never forget you and your southern charm and love - and especially that tender love we shared for the cats (smile). See you soon, Brotherly, Gordon

Susan McGill

December 4, 2019

Anna Lou, My dads sister. I remember when the brothers tied her to a chair, and put her in the rain. I remember when she came for Angus' funeral. I loved her very much. The McGills will miss her deeply, She is now with her family.

Pam Bates

December 2, 2019

I would like to think on Saturday morning Lou passed By the clouds and stars and passed where no one sees and she walks with Jesus and her loved ones waiting (words from Sissy’s song). My friend, my sister since 1975 not by blood but by heart. You are missed! I wanted to call and tell you about riding with your niece, Carol today. So much to say. I miss you my dear friend! I miss you!

Karen McGahagin

December 2, 2019

I have nothing but sweet memories of Anna LOU. She was my very best friend for many years. I knew her Mother, brothers and one sister. We
Used to go to her house at lunch from school and Ms. Minnie would have lunch ready. Was so sorry when she had to move away.
My name in school was Karen Harris Davis.

Prayers for her family and friends

Lauren Golden

December 1, 2019

Thank you for always being such an amazing grandmother to our children. You have given them priceless memories to cherish forever. You are already missed. Love & hugs, our precious Branaw

Dianne Harmon

December 1, 2019

Hate to see this. Lou and I bowled together for years. She was a sweetheart. Praying for her family.

Carol Bazo

December 1, 2019

I am so sorry to hear of Lou’s passing. I worked with her at Libbey Glass and she was a sweet, kind lady. She loved her cats and her hummingbirds. She will definitely be missed.