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Katy Funeral Home

23350 Kingsland Blvd, Katy, TX

OBITUARY

Jessica Lyn Pierre-Louis

April 30, 1984November 4, 2019
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Jessica Lyn Pierre-Louis, of Katy, Texas was called on by God on Monday November 4, 2019.

A visitation for Jessica will be held Tuesday, November 12, 2019 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM at Katy Funeral Home, 23350 Kingsland Blvd, KATY, TX 77494. A funeral service will occur Tuesday, November 12, 2019 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM, 23350 Kingsland Blvd, KATY, TX 77494. A reception will occur Tuesday, November 12, 2019 from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM, 23350 Kingsland Blvd, KATY, TX 77494. A graveside service will occur Tuesday, November 12, 2019 from 2:00 PM to 2:28 PM at 2673 - Memorial Oaks Cemetery, 13001 Katy Fwy, Houston, TX 77079.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.katyfh.com for the Pierre-Louis family.

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, November 12, 2019
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, November 12, 2019
  • Reception Tuesday, November 12, 2019
  • Graveside Service Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Memories

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Patrina Bogan

November 11, 2019

One of my fond memories with Jessica is when we had movie night when she was pregnant in Havelock, NC. We watched a movie I had been telling her about called Antwon Fisher, a tearjerker. That night we laughed, cried, and fussed at the movie. I can see her now crying wiping her eyes. After the movie, Jessica said; still a little emotional, I know now what I am going to name the baby! Antwon!!!!! As I think about, I can smile... so, Antwon that is how you were named.
Love you always Jessica......my love and condolences to Jessica's family, my heart hurts with you truly.
Patrina

Joyce Prince

November 11, 2019

It seems like only yesterday.....When Jessica was young she was soooo adorable. It was not surprising to see grow up as a strong and beautiful young lady. I could recall running my fingers through her curly hair. She will be truly missed and in my heart she will remain.
♥️
Love Joyce,

NALDA BELL

November 10, 2019

Don't even know where to begin, this is one of the most shocking, devistated unbelievable news I heard this year. You're one of the most beautiful person I knew inside and out. I seat and think of all the moments I've spent with you cuz from growing up to adulthood. You're spirit brought light to everything and everyone. It breaks 💔 our heart to see you go., But I know you're resting in peace. I can no longer see your beautiful face and smile, but I will always feel you in my heart forever.

MILTON ROYER

November 10, 2019

Jessica was just a beautiful lady with much to give. She was very intelligent and hospitable. Life is such that even the best die young. May she rest peacefully and may her family find comfort through the Lord. She will surely be missed by many who knew her.

Michelle Jones

November 10, 2019

Such a beautiful person, with a beautiful smile and spirit. Sending peace and comfort to your family and loved ones.

Pershenia Murray

November 10, 2019

Jess,
What can I say? I’m still in shock by the news of your death. We were first introduced to each other @ GEICO in 2015 when I became your coach. After that, we shared several memories I’ll never forget. From spending two weeks of training together in VA, sightseeing in DC (that was an adventure itself), hanging out in DC with your friend, DeeDee, celebrating your birthday @ Adrian’s, to sharing several moments of laughter @ work. And yes, you know I’m a laughing machine! You even co-hosted my baby shower. Thanks for the memories. May your children, family, friends, and everyone who had the chance to know you find comfort and peace during this very difficult time. Rest In Peace Beautiful! Pershenia

Beverly John Baptiste

November 9, 2019

Jess where do I start there is so much I can say but I try not be to long cuz u get me on Facebook when yr dad pass because u get to no he my uncle we talk a lot about Dominica and out family and u like that your father and my mother had the same mother and father because out family is very big we talk about going to Dominica and a lot of things u love to dance and enjoy life am praying for your kids cuz because it not easy now that there mom is no more god no best see u when my time come love u cuz in my heart u always be

Sharmela Taylor

November 9, 2019

Jessica!!!

You truly were beautiful inside and out. Wish we could of hung out more when I got back, but the times we did will always be a great memory. I pray for your family especially your babies, there is nothing like a mother’s love!!! May you forever Rest In Peace ❤️

Elise Perkins

November 9, 2019

A beautiful spirit with a golden heart. She went from being a coworker to a good friend. Her presence was always warm and welcoming. She will be truly missed. Rest easy angel and continue to watch over us.

Leslie Navarrete

November 9, 2019

Jess,

Im so grateful for the few months I got to work next to you. You were so sweet, free-spirited, full of life, and funny.
It was obvious how much you loved your kids and your mom. You spoke about them dearly and it was obvious you were a great mom and daughter.
I pray your friends & family find light through these tough times.

You are deeply missed.
Fly high Queen.

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Biography

“My journey was already planned. I'm just enjoying the ride. Here to inspire and be inspired!” That is what Jessica Lyn Pierre-Louis believed about life. She was a creative woman, and la leader, who seemed to be able to find a solution for any difficulty confronting her. She had faith in her ability to find those solutions. Jessica thoroughly enjoyed understanding how things worked. She possessed an inquisitive, confident, and rational nature matched with a versatile and agile mind. Jessica was a person who believed that she could achieve whatever she set out to do.

      Jessica was born on April 30, 1984 at Orange Memorial in Orange, New Jersey. Her parents were Marilyn C. Fuller and Alford Pierre-Louis. Jessica was raised in Orange, New Jersey and Buffalo, NY. She showed her ingenuity even as a child. When she was confronted with a problem, Jessica could develop an imaginative solution, and she derived satisfaction from knowing she had that ability.

      This same talent for finding solutions had a positive bearing on Jessica's family relationships. Jessica had seven siblings. She had five older brothers, Shawn, Daniel, Dale, Randy and Kevin and two older sisters, Rene and Domany. When a difficult situation or dilemma arose within the family, Jessica found a way figure out a solution for making things work.

      As a young girl, Jessica could be found looking for new ways to creatively and artistically express herself. She was curious, resourceful and interested in anything original. Jessica took part in softball. She was a counselor at parkside community center. In her spare time she liked barbies, jigsaw puzzle and art work.

      Endowed with an appetite for knowing how her world worked, Jessica enjoyed school, especially when the learning experience involved dissecting and probing the unknown. Jessica was adept at scrutinizing different possibilities and designing innovative solutions. She enjoyed some courses more than others, having favorite classes and teachers. Her favorite class in high school was music class. Performed in many concerts while attending Highschool.

      Because she was a quick thinker and adept at picking up on new things, Jessica performed well in college. She was always on a quest for knowledge and she relished the experience. She earned her Associate's Degree in Business from Craven Community College. Her interest was in fashion and business.

      Jessica was socially resourceful, an expressive person who was willing to try new things. These qualities drew a lively circle of friends around her. Always interested in her friends’ activities and interests, Jessica was uncritical of her acquaintances. She was sought after by people who recognized that she was generous with her time and energy, and these same friends found Jessica to be very stimulating company. She always wanted to understand rather than judge. Jessica's humor and curiosity were contagious for those around her. While growing up, some of her best friends were Jerry, Cara. Later in life, she became friends with Dee Dee, Nika, Michelle, Nay, Elise, Alana and many others.

       Jessica was adept at devising original and creative ways to enhance and improve the marriage partnership. Jessica was seldom a critical person, but rather the one who was able to bring out the best in others. Jessica was an entertaining conversationalist who was quick to respond to her spouse’s needs. She was a vibrant personality and she enjoyed verbally sparring with Nack. In fact, those who knew her often remarked that Jessica loved to argue for argument’s sake. She was very perceptive in recognizing others’ feelings, especially regarding Nack's.

      Jessica had a remarkable love for her children. She always displayed he strength, love and honesty to to them. She would create original, clever and fun games for her kids and had a knack for finding ways to make everyday events, even chores, enjoyable to them. Jessica was blessed with three children, two sons, Antwan and Taquan, and one daughter, Laila. Someone who was quick to laugh, Jessica found it easy to spend lots of time with her children and create fun memories.

      As a born leader, Jessica was definitely in her element in her work place. She could easily, incorporate changes to bring a fresh approach to any work situation. Jessica was a focused worker with a strong drive for achievement. She could assess all of the options before her and, using her analytical skills, could comfortably find answers that no one else had even considered. Her personal initiative inspired those around her. Her primary occupation was Litigation Examiner. She was employed for 9+years by GEICO Insurance. Jessica always made an effort to be a team player, doing what needed was necessary in order to get the job done.

      Jessica's passion for finding a better way to do things was often an end in itself for her. In fact, that interest by itself became something of a hobby for this perpetual problem solver. Since Jessica was always searching for new and unusual activities, she developed many interests and leisure pursuits. Some of the things she became an “expert” in might come as a surprise to those who knew her, but most friends and family understood that Jessica simply couldn’t be limited to just a few activities or ideas. Her favorite pursuits were fashion and beauty.

      Jessica was continually concerned with the learning about her culture and heritage. Her keen interest and strong values led her to become active in her community. Serving on committee for the DHA as the vice president.

      Having the opportunity to visit and explore a new place always intrigued Jessica. Traveling and going away on vacations offered yet another opportunity for Jessica to expand her ever-growing inventory of knowledge. Favorite vacations included Dominica, Disney World in FL, Dallas, TX, Myrtle Beach, Austin, TX, Virginia Beach, VA and Washington, D.C.

      Jessica was a lover of animals and cherished her pets. One of Jessica's favorites was Love, a Shih-poo, Prince, a Shih-poo and Coco, Shih-Tzu. They were best friends for 4 years. Her pet family was rounded out by her many cats, Tippy, one dog, Honeyrica.

      Jessica passed away on November 4, 2019 at Memorial Hermann Hospital in Katy, Texas. Jessica fought a brave battle against gastro-intestinal issues for years and her family is now comforted that she is no longer suffering. She is survived by her children Antwan, Taquan and Laila; her brothers, Shawn, Daniel, Rene, Dale, Domany, Randy and Kevin, her spouse Nack. Services were held at Dignity Funeral Home. Jessica was laid to rest in Memorial Oaks Cemetery in Houston, Texas.

      During her lifetime, nothing appeared impossible to Jessica. She met the words “it can’t be done” with the enthusiastic challenge of a “wanna bet” attitude. Jessica was able to recognize the possibilities a new idea held, even when those around her could not. For Jessica, the traditional way of doing things fell short of her expectations, especially if there were original and untested methods for handling a challenge. For Jessica Lyn Pierre-Louis, the fun of living her life could be found in the challenge.