Lois Eugenia Allen Gregory

March 12, 1926 - July 13, 2020

Lois Eugenia Allen Gregory, 94, of Beaumont, went to be with the Lord on Monday, July 13, 2020, surrounded by her family.

Born in Westbury, Texas, Lois was a lifelong resident of Southeast Texas, attending school at both Sour Lake and South Park in Beaumont. She participated in Home Economics, in which she proudly modeled a dress she made in a competition in San Antonio, winning first place. 

After school, she worked as a telephone operator for Southwestern Bell, before leaving her job to dedicate her life to her 5 children as a stay at home mom. While her family was her greatest joy, Lois also enjoyed cooking, canning, listening to her record player and history. She had a special love for the history of Southeast Texas. 

Lois is preceded in death by her beloved husband, Luther Judson Gregory; her mother, Lois Rile Jordan; father, Green Taylor Allen; siblings Nona Bell Cobble, J.D. Allen, Richard “Dickie” Allen, and Doug Garner, and her companion dog, Sampson.

Survivors left to cherish Lois’ memory include her 5 children: son, Clifton Wayne Gregory and his wife, Miriam, of Dallas; daughters, Susan Gregory, Sandra Gregory Laurents, and Linda Gregory Lee, all of Beaumont, and daughter Rhonda Gregory Uptigrove and her husband, Barry Uptigrove, of Sour Lake; grandchildren, Phil Ramirez and his wife, Kim of Frisco, Texas; Sarah Gregory of Cusco, Peru; Cliff Gregory and his wife, Michelle, of Clear Lake and Laina McGuire and her husband, Quincy, of Spearfish, South Dakota; great-granddaughters, Zoe and Trinity Ramirez and Everleigh McGuire. 

A gathering of Mrs. Gregory’s family and friends will begin at 1:00 p.m., with her funeral service to follow at 2:00 p.m., Sunday, July 19, 2020, at Broussard’s, 1605 North Major Drive, Beaumont. Her cremation arrangements will be handled through Broussard’s Crematorium.

Memorial contributions may be made to an organization of one’s choice.

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Janice McDaniel

I am so sorry to hear of your mother's passing. May God wrap his loving arms around this giving them comfort, peace, and strength.

Ashley House

I am so sorry to hear of your mama's passing. Your family has always stood out to me as so strongly bonded and committed to each other---really special and unique. Your mama was so well-loved and it was evident she trusted you girls completely. I know her being gone will leave a huge hole but I also know that her legacy is living on strongly in each of you!

Colleen Manuel Sanders

Hugs to all y’all at this most difficult time.

Elizabeth V Young

What a beautiful soul she was!! Always cheerful with a smile! May God hold you all in comfort during this time. Love you all!

Sharon Broussard

Wayne, Linda, Sandra, Susan and Rhonda so sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. She was such a sweet lady and passed that sweetness to all her children. My prayers are with you for peace and comfort.

Sherilyn Goodman

Susan and Linda , I am so sorry for your loss. To have enjoyed your mother for her 94 years is truly a blessing!

Darlene Nolen

I will always remember the laughter and wonderful conversations Aunt Lois and my mother ,Audrey , would share at every family gathering. We were so blessed to have a close loving family. My love and prayers for each of you. Celebrate your mom’s life❤️

Janice Cobble

I pray God will comfort all of you - Wayne, Sandra, Susan, Linda and Rhonda. Y'all were truly blessed to have had Aunt Lois in your lives for so long. And she was blessed to have had y'all as long as she did. I will miss her.. Family is strong...let's lean on each other as we celebrate God's plans for our lives. Love you all.

Becky Wyble

Linda, I met your mother briefly a couple of times while you were out walking Pepper in our neighbor. They say the apple doesn't fall too far from the tree. If you are anything like your mother, she had to have been a grand lady. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May God's Grace give you the assurance your mom is with our Heavenly Father. She will forever be with you in your heart. In sympathy and love. Robert and Becky Wyble

Teresa Attaway Dumphy

I have already said this to Linda, but your mom raised some wonderful children. She, therefore, was a wonderful mother to have done that. I haven't seen her in many years, but remember how sweet she was. People use that word often to describe others, but it really fits here. Looking at her picture, I can see all five of you in that face, each of you being a unique character, but still being one unit. Your family is very close like ours. That closeness will help you stay strong throughout this mourning period and beyond because that's what families like ours do because that's how we were raised, thank goodness. Stay strong and honor the legacy of that sweet, interesting and loving person you mother was.

Lisa and Mike Doguet

Rhonda, Linda, Susan, Sandra & Wayne and Y’alls families, may y’all celebrate your sweet Mommas beautiful life here on earth AND the eternal one she is now beginning............May God’s love bring y’all peace & comfort in days ahead.. Love, Lisa & Mike Doguet

Billy and Janice Blanchard

We were so sorry to hear about your Mom. Our prayers are with ya'll. Her memories will never leave you. Love to all of the family.