July 7, 1932 – July 22, 2020
Margie Dee Wilson Dossey July 7, 1932 – July 22, 2020
Margie Dossey was born on July 7, 1932 in Pelly, Texas to Homer J. and Thelma Wilson. Along with her sisters Betty and Faye, Margie was raised in Louisiana and Houston, Texas area. Living in the Houston Heights Margie was a proud graduate of Reagan High School in 1950. She was especially proud to be a sixth generation Texan whose ancestors Nancy and Elijah Allcorn, came to Texas with Stephen F. Austin’s first 300 in 1821.
Over a tiny water gun fight, Margie met and married Dick Dossey on September 16, 1950. They began making their home in the Houston Heights and later built a home in the Fairbanks area of northwest Houston where they lived the majority of their married life. Their life together revolved around family, friends, following school events and church. They were faithful members of both Fairbanks Baptist and Jersey Village Baptist churches.
A homemaker in the truest sense, Margie, spent her time cooking amazing meals and desserts, especially her famous Chocolate Angel Strata Pie. She was known for quietly sharing a meal or dessert with a family in need or to celebrate a birth. Her excellence with a needle and thread included perfect dresses and costumes. Margie also enjoyed serving in church children Sunday School, on the Hospitality Committee and singing in the Senior Saints choir. It is believed that her favorite daytime activity was trips to the mall and checking out sales at Foley’s, of course.
Preceded in death by her husband, Loyd Eugene (Dick) Dossey; grandson, Drew Lyons; Mother, Thelma Sidell Owens; and Father, Homer J. Wilson. Survived by daughters Loujuanna and husband Jack Lyons, and Greta Dossey; grandchildren Joseph Lyons, Sara and husband Michael Tovarez, and Jonathan Lyons; and numerous nieces and nephews and friends.
Interment will be at Forest Park Lawndale Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to Texan by Nature, an organization designed to preserve the natural beauty of Texas, at https://texanbynature.org/donate/.
- Texan By Nature
Friday, July 31, 2020
July 31, 2020
You have our deepest sympathy. We love the family and we loved Ms. Dossey. She was precious and unique. We will always have fond memories of the times when would gather together. She is now rejoicing at the feet of Jesus!
The Vormbrock family
July 30, 2020
I know Aunt Margie is laughing and cutting up with Uncle Dick and her sisters (Betty and Faye) while enjoying her moments with Granny, Aunt Dee and grandson Drew. Many other cousins, family and many friends are involved with this reunion too.
What a fun time she must be having. Being with our Lord has got to be the most exciting experiences over everything else there. Enjoy heaven Aunt Margie , you are loved ♥️ see you again some day.
July 30, 2020
Margie Dossey- what a beautiful person, inside and out. All our love & condolences to the family as you say goodbye to this precious lady, mom, & grandmother. May the Lord rest her soul.
July 30, 2020
Margie was such a precious person. Greta, Loujuanna and family, my prayers are with you in your sadness. I am so grateful for your Mama’s beautiful life. Much love.