Calvary Hill Funeral Home & Cemetery

21723 Aldine-Westfield Road, Humble, TX


Juanita Williamson Felice

November 24, 1922May 16, 2020

On Saturday, May 16, 2020 Juanita Williamson Felice 97 year’s young went to be with The Lord. Juanita was born on November 24, 1922 in Teague, Texas to parents W. L. Williamson and Erma Davis. Juanita lived in the humble area for quite some time where she loved living independently in her own home.

Juanita’s favorite things were fishing; trips to Walmart and HEB (yes still driving at 97). She loved working in her flowerbeds and looking after her special friends (birds, squirrels, deer and cats).It was part of Juanita’s daily routine to ensure that her animals did not go hungry (even though she had probably not stopped for lunch) and she would make sure these animals had plenty of bird seed, corn and peanuts. Her beloved cat Tommy was her Pride and Joy (although we should probably mention little Tommy weighed 20 + lbs.).

Juanita was preceded in death by her parents W.L. and Erma Williamson, Her late husband, Archie A. Felice, and late ex-husband George H. Fogleman and brother Charles Williamson. Juanita was blessed with two sons: James Ronald Fogleman and his wife Sara Fogleman, Charles Donald Fogleman and his wife Melinda Fogleman, Stepson Wallace Felice and wife Heidi Felice, their daughters and family and their numerous grandchildren.

Juanita is survived by her four Grandchildren: Patti Remmers and husband Clyde, Jonathan Fogleman and wife Ashley, Michael Fogleman and wife Jessie, Nicole Fogleman and Wayne.

Seven Greatgrandchildren: Austin Richey and wife Amanda, Andrew Remmers, Kaden Fogleman, Jackson Fogleman, Case Fogleman, Tyler Fogleman and Avery Fogleman. Great greatgrandchildren: William James Richey and lots of special friends.


  • Celebration of Life

    Wednesday, May 20, 2020


Juanita Williamson Felice

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Dave and Lynn Dohme

May 19, 2020

We were neighbors across the street for five years. She would always wave and say hi when she was working in the yard. She would get our mail and water our plants when we went on vacation. We enjoyed visiting with her and listening to her memories of all the things that took place during her life. We would take her treats and her face would light up with a smile. We will miss her and are grateful to have been able to share some time with her. Rest in peace dear friend. Dave and Lynn Dohme


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