OBITUARY

Audry Ann O'Toole

July 20, 1956October 10, 2020
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On Saturday, October 10th, 2020, Audry Ann O’Toole, loving wife and mother, passed away at the age of 64. She was born in El Reno, Oklahoma on July 20th, 1956 and attended South West High School in Fort Worth Texas.

She married her life-long partner and husband, Richard Don O’Toole, on August 4th, 1973, and together had a son, Jesse O’Toole.

We will remember Audry for always standing up for what she believed was right, which often found herself in Facebook jail, sometimes more often than not. Her fondest memories were spent on a tropical island at a Sandals resort, or convincing Rick it was time for another vacation, decorating for the holidays, adding to her shoe collection and spending time with friends and family. She was most proud of her 47 years of marriage to Rick, being a mom to Jesse and a dog and cat mom to many animals over the years.

Audry had a successful career in logistics in the petro-chemical industry retiring in 2019. During her career she made many everlasting friends and served on the board of Businesswomen in Petroleum, an industry charitable organization.

She was preceded in death by her mother Mary Lee Davis.

She is survived by her loving husband Richard O’Toole, son Jesse O’Toole, daughter-in-law Moira O’Toole, father Steve Davis, and sisters Vera Davis and Stephanne Davenport.

A private funeral arrangements will be held at Forest Park The Woodlands Cemetery 18000 Interstate 45 S The Woodlands, TX 77384 on Saturday October 17th 2020, immediately followed by a reception. A private viewing will also be held on Friday October 16th 2020.

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Angela Tracy

October 15, 2020

I met Audry on an industry fishing trip and we became fast friends; what a funny lovely lady. I only visit Houston a couple of times a year so my face to face encounters with Audry were few but fun. I will miss her and her FB posts.

T.J. Richardson

October 15, 2020

I always enjoyed Audry's sense of humor at work. She was always kind and respectful to me. She could make the entire room light up with laughter. I can remember her constantly talking about Jesse and how proud she was of him. She will be dearly missed by so many. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family. Until we meet again.

Debbie Moseley

October 14, 2020

Audry was my dearest friend. I cherish our friendship and the time we spent together. Audry was a very special person. You could always count on her to make you laugh and to tell it to you straight. I appreciated and admired that in her. Audry, I love you and will miss you immensely.

My prayers are with Audry’s family. I pray that God will bring you peace and comfort.

Sarah Quang

October 13, 2020

I don’t know if there are adequate words to describe what Audry meant to me. She was someone I looked up to, respected, and loved dearly. I’ll always remember her fiercely defending her beliefs, her quick wit, her sense of humor, her laugh, and our lunches at El Real. I hope her family finds peace now that she has been released from her suffering and can rest in eternal peace. I know she’s up there watching over us all with Bella and all her other animals.

Lynn Theriot

October 13, 2020

I loved working with Audry on a daily basis. We got work done but we also had some jokes and laughs along the way. The fishing trips were the best. Always a good time and Audry kept you rolling with laughter (and Jello shots). I loved Audry and I will miss her dearly.

My heart goes out to her family, you are in my thoughts and prayers.

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