OBITUARY

Lawrence Wayne DeLeon

November 23, 1941February 17, 2021
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Lawrence Wayne DeLeon, age 79, of Magnolia, Texas passed away on Wednesday, February 17, 2021.

Lawrence was born November 23, 1941 to the parents of Henry and Cora DeLeon.

He graduated from Stephen F. Austin High School in 1960. He married the love of his life, Billie Joyce Vaughn on April 12, 1963. They were married for almost 58 years. They resided in the Houston/Aldine area where they raised 4 children. In 2003 they moved to Magnolia Tx to live out their retirement years.

Lawrence is survived by his wife, Billie Joyce Vaughn, son Michael DeLeon of Austin; daughter Karen Lamb (Jeff) of Conroe; daughter Brenda Frey of Richmond; and son Mark DeLeon (Joy) of Cypress; grandchildren Kayla Simons (Dax), Joshua Lamb, Jacob Lamb, Alec DeLeon, and Reagan DeLeon; great grandchildren Jaxon Simons and Addley Simons.

A private funeral service will be held at Forest Park The Woodlands.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.forestparkthewoodlands.com for the DeLeon family.

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Henry (Earl) Hoffman

February 26, 2021

Uncle Larry and Aunt Billie have been a part of my life for 57 years. Uncle Larry is a warm-hearted soul who always spoke to me like I was an adult and the only person in the room. I will miss talking sports with him and his witty humor. I remember when we( Michael and I) were little and found his playboy collection. Woo Hoo!
Uncle Larry will live in our hearts until we are joyfully reunited with him in heaven.

Francie & Roy Lemons

February 24, 2021

Billie, Michael, Karen, Brenda, Mark and families, we are so saddened by the loss of your husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. Larry was such a good man who always had a way of making everyone feel welcomed. We have so many happy memories with your dad (and mom). They were our family. We were so blessed to know and love them both. Whether it was playing poker (Larry called Roy bumper); going to First City bank functions; Six Flags trips; Celebration Station; or just getting together watching you kids grow up. Larry was so proud of each of you and loved you all so much. Thank you for showing all your care, love and support for your dad, especially these past few years. We love you all and pray for God's comfort. Larry will always be in our hearts and memories. May he rest in the merciful and loving arms of our Lord. Love, Roy and Francie Lemons

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