OBITUARY

Jennifer Renee Searcy

November 27, 1981March 3, 2019
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Jennifer Renee Searcy went to be with the Lord on March 3rd, 2019. Jennifer (Known as Jenn to close loved ones) was born on November 27, 1981 in Tulsa, Oklahoma to Ricky and Tina Searcy who survive her. Jennifer spent her life in Texas, and graduated from Cy-Falls High School in 2000. She loved working with children and helping anyone who needed it. Her hobbies included laying on the beach, fishing, planning parties, and synchronized swimming in Maggie’s pool. Jennifer will always be remembered for her brave attitude and fun-loving personality. She was envied by many and loved by most.

Jennifer is preceded in death by her Grandmother Annie Marie Searcy, and grandparents James and Juanita Casassa. She is survived by her husband, Franzavier Lampkins, and sons Ajeet and Amir Lampkins. Her parents, Tina and Ricky Searcy; Grandfather Donald Searcy; Brother Frank Searcy and wife Lori; Nieces Laney Searcy, Cailey Searcy, and Brooke Sandoval ; godson Oscar Meeks; Dogs Rico and Tink Searcy; and numerous Aunts, uncles, Cousins, and friends.

In Lieu of flowers, the family is asking that donations be made to the Ronald McDonald House- Galveston.

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Jennifer Renee Searcy

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Freeman Grace

March 9, 2019

I would like to extend my deepest sympathies to the family of Ms. Jennifer. I work with her at Slack and Co. She was always so kind and gracious to me and everyone she dealt with. May she rest in heavenly peace.

Les Messer

March 6, 2019

I want to express my heartfelt condolences to all of Jennifer’s family, I know that you were all very, very close. She was also close to her many friends. I still felt like her friend, even though it has been several years since I have seen her. We did try to keep up somewhat via text.

When we worked together, I enjoyed teasing her and hearing her famous (and predictable) comebacks. She would always turn my comment right back to me. If I said, “Why are you so mean”, she would inevitably reply “Well, why are YOU so mean”. That reply made it hard to continue along that path with her. It was impossible to be in a bad mood after some “water cooler” chat with her. She always had a smile for all, no matter the situation. People like that are special, the kind of people you want to be around.

I am very sorry for your loss, for our loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Les

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