Lois Sprayberry

May 24, 1928, March 05, 2019

Lois Sprayberry

Lois Mae Sprayberry, 90, of Wildwood, died Tuesday, March 5, 2019. She was born on May 24, 1928, in Malakoff, Texas, to Lottie Womack and George Washington Williamson.

Survivors include her son, Jack Sprayberry and his wife, Judi, of Cloudcroft, New Mexico; grandchildren, Jason Erik Sprayberry, of Plymouth, Minnesota and Joel Todd Sprayberry and his wife, LaDonna, of Wildwood; great-grandchildren, Jacob Sprayberry, Julia Sprayberry, Landry Sprayberry, Jules Sprayberry, and Jude Sprayberry; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Lois is preceded in death by her parents; her husband of fifty-four years, Loomus “Mutt” Sprayberry; and two brothers.

A gathering of Mrs. Sprayberry’s family and friends will begin at 10:00 a.m., with her funeral service to follow at 11:00 a.m., Saturday, March 9, 2019, at Wildwood Baptist Church, 101 Wildwood Drive, Village Mills. A private family interment will follow at Village Mills Cemetery, Village Mills, under the direction of Broussard’s, 530 West Monroe, Kountze.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Help4Hope Afrika to Amarillo Baptist Association, 2123 Van Buren Street, Amarillo, Texas 79109.

Video

Broussard's Mortuary - Kountze, TX
530 W Monroe Street Kountze, TX 77625
Gathering of Family and Friends
Wildwood Baptist Church
100 Wildwood Drive Village Mills, TX 77663
Saturday, March 09, 2019
10:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m.
Funeral Service
Wildwood Baptist Church
100 Wildwood Drive Village Mills, TX 77663
Saturday, March 09, 2019
11:00 a.m.
Interment
Village Mills Cemetery
Highway 69 North Village Mills, TX 77663

Comments (2)

  • Mary Jo McKay

    11 March 2019 at 03:09 | #

    I met Lois after I retired from the USPS; we had bought a home in Wildwood and I was hoping the postal service would transfer me to this area from Abilene where I worked at the mail processing plant. After a year of waiting, I decided to retire and join my husband here in Wildwood. We had come down after Hurricane Ike hit the area and we went to the home of a friend to my brother who also lived in Wildwood.
    The house we went to was Honey's home and her bell had fallen and needed to be fixed back up. Honey was a character, she asked me to come to church with her and she had the most country alto voice I had ever heard. We loved singing those old Christian songs of our past. Honey had us in her home many times for a meal that she loving cooked for my husband and I in appreciation of our service to her with small jobs she needed done and sometimes just to visit and fellowship together. Lois and I traveled on many trips to her doctor's offices and other appointment, she just wanted someone to be with her. so she could just share time with. We loved doing things together, and we went strawberry picking and blackberry picking also. I also enjoyed meeting her son, Jack and Judi, her daughter-in-law. Lois was so proud of the missionary work her family had done and Lois was a hunter who told of the adventures she and Mutt had during their married lives. Lois led a full and wonderful life, and I can see her being with Mutt again as well as her Lord and Savior, Jesus. I can see her asking God all sorts of stuff that she wondered about and singing to God in her rich country alto voice.

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  • Doug Stutts

    09 March 2019 at 16:09 | #

    I met Mrs.Sprayberry for the first time when I worked part time at Silsbee Oaks. She and I would sit and talk for 30 minutes or more everyday about her childhood and her family, one thing she loved was that Dr. Pepper at 10,2 and 4 and if I missed a day she would certainly let me know about it haha but she always made me laugh and made my day worth while.

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