Fannie Beth King
December 10, 1932 – November 21, 2019
Fannie Beth King, age 86, of Sulphur, Louisiana went to be with her Lord and Savior on Thursday, November 21, 2019 at a local hospital surrounded by her loving family. Fannie Beth was born on December 10, 1932.
Fannie Beth was a native of Sulphur, and a member of Houston River Baptist Church for over 62 years. Fannie Beth was a loving and devoted wife, mother, sister, and grandmother. After her last child started school she began working outside the home for Betty's Flower Shop and Sears Catalog Store. Fannie Beth loved to play Bingo, having lunch with her friends, attend Sulphur Tors football games, and traveling.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Harold Gene "Teko" King, granddaughters, Tina Smith and Jana King, great-granddaughter, Jacqueline Dinah Couch, parents, Lewis and Mildred Chargois, sister, Dody Mathews, and brothers, R.L. and Cecil Chargois.
Those left to cherish her memory are daughter, Belinda Smith and husband, Glenn, son, Ronald Gene King, Sr. and wife, Patty, son, Donald Britt King, Sr. and wife, Debra, daughter, Cheryl Ann Hudson, son-in-law, Randy Hudson, son, Lewis Edward King and wife, Dinah; sister, Vera Mae Rollo and husband, Bubba; sisters-in-law, Phyllis Chargois, Agnes King, and Syble King; brother-in-law, Harold Mathews; thirteen grandchildren, Tammy, Wayne, Sherry, Ron Jr., Britt, Kacie, Ryan, Josh, Gabe, Hannah, Micah, and Rachel; twenty-eight great-grandchildren, Maegan, Justin, K.K., Amber, Tyler, Kelsea, Laura, Kylie, Macie, Serenity, Vincent, Corbin, Dorian, Lila, Millie, Beau, Cooper, Presley, Caroline, Jack, Sawyer, Josh, Leah, Lawson, Kaci, Karson, Kenneth, Jessie, six great-great-grandchildren, Carter, Khouri, Ashton, Luke, Bentley, and Ella-Rose Claire; special niece and traveling buddies, Judy Stegall and husband, Truman; special friends, Jean Myers, and Phyllis Callahan; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Visitation will be held from 5-8 p.m. Sunday and will resume at 8 a.m. until time of service on Monday. Funeral services will begin at 11 a.m. at Houston River Baptist Church in Sulphur. Rev. Lonnie Gothrup and Rev. Scott Leger will officiate. Burial will follow in Roselawn Cemetery in Sulphur.
In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Houston River Baptist Church in memory of Mrs. Fannie Beth. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.hixsonsulphurmemorial.com for the King family.
- Belinda Smith (and husband Glenn), Daughter
- Ronald Gene King, Sr. (and wife Patty), Son
- Donald Britt King, Sr. (and wife Debra), Son
- Cheryl Ann Hudson, Daughter
- Randy Hudson, Son-in-law
- Lewis Edward King (and wife Dinah), Son
- Vera Mae Rollo (and husband Bubba), Sister
- Phyllis Chargois, Sister-in-law
- Agnes King, Sister-in-law
- Syble King, Sister-in-law
- Harold Matthews, Brother-in-law
- Tammy, Wayne, Sherry,Ron,Jr., Britt, Kacie, Ryan, Josh, Gabe, Hannah, Michael, and Rachel, Grandchildren
- Maegan, Justin, K.K., Amber, Tyler, Kelsea, Laura, Kylie, Macie, Serenity, Vincent, Corbin, Dorian, Lila, Millie, Beau, Cooper, Presley, Caroline, Jack, Sawyer, Josh, Leah, Lawson, Kaci, Karson, Kenneth, and Jessie, Great Grandchildren
- Carter, Khouri, Ashton, Luke, Bentley, and Ella-Rose Claire, Great Great Grandchildren
- Judy Stegall and husband Truman, Special Niece and traveling Buddies
- Jean Myers, Special Friend
- Phyllis Callahan, Special Friend
- also left to cherish her memory are numerous nieces and numerous
- Wayne Smith, Pallbearer
- Josh Hudson, Pallbearer
- Britt King, Pallbearer
- Ryan King, Pallbearer
- Ron King, Pallbearer
- Micah King, Pallbearer
- Justin Dowers, Pallbearer
- David Guidry, Pallbearer
- Tyler Higginbotham, Pallbearer
- Houston River Baptist Church in memory of Fannie Beth
- Visitation Sunday, November 24, 2019
- Visitation Monday, November 25, 2019
- Funeral Service Monday, November 25, 2019
Fannie Beth King
November 26, 2019
To all the King family,
Prayers for you all as Fannie Beth's life on earth has come to an end, but rejoicing knowing that she is now home. Prayers for peace and comfort as you readjust your lives without her presence, although you'll always have memories of her. God bless and keep you strong.