OBITUARY

Loretta Jane Wilson

August 5, 1953January 31, 2019
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Loretta Jane Wilson, 65, passed away January 31, 2019 in Houston. Born in Dallas on August 5, 1953, Loretta spent her life living in the great state of Texas. She worked for nearly 40 years in the Medical Insurance industry and retired in 2016. Loretta was an avid baker and was well known for her many decadent deserts including banana pudding and peach pie. She also enjoyed traveling, reading and caring for her beloved Chihuahua Lily. Loretta was affectionately referred to as Lolo by her family.

She is survived by her children Dawn Marie Henderson and Chris Widner, grandchildren Taylor Widner, Zack Johnston, Brooke Widner and Luke Henderson, siblings Linda Upshaw, Don Thurmond and Dave Thurmond as well as several nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her son Jason Widner, husband Stephen Wilson, sister Lana Schuth, father William “Bill” Kennedy and mother Joyce Thurmond.

Memorial service will be held on Wednesday, February 6 at 2pm at Brookside Funeral Home 9149 Highway 6 North, Houston Texas 77095.

Services

  • Memorial Service Wednesday, February 6, 2019
REMEMBERING

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Martha Bane

February 4, 2019

Miss you my friend. We worked long and hard hours everyday. Glad we met and shared grandchildren stories. Hugs

Linda Upshaw

February 4, 2019

Sorry Sis I cannot attend your Memorial Wednesday due to my Shingles, but I will cherish our trips to Dallas, Dalhart, Florida, Kentucky, Tennessee, and the New England states. Our Girl talks and going to dad's every Thanksgiving to see Dad's eyes light up and the greatness he felt cooking for us. We shared a lot of secrets that will live with me until I see you again. I know Lana and Dad and Mom and Jason were there to welcome you and our Heavenly Father with Love beyond love we could ever imagine. My greatest joy is knowing you are free from sickness and pain. I truly love you and will miss you forever. This has been a tough battle but I thank God for holding you and being there with you to pick you up and swing you around like that little giggly girl that He created. Fly Away Little Sis and
-----Laugh. Laugh. Again---
XOXOXO
Your Sister,
Linda

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