Rebecca Murrell

November 16, 1946 - May 16, 2019

Rebecca Murrell, 72, of Sour Lake, died Thursday, May 16, 2019. She was born on November 16, 1945, in Beaumont, to Melba Louis Squires and L.R. Trahan. Rebecca retired as an X-Ray Technician.

Survivors include her children, Louis Wayne “Stoney” Murrell of Winnie and Mykallee Murrell of Nome; grandchildren, Justin Murrell, Kenleigh Rebecca Murrell, and Louis Wayne “Buddy” Murrell II all of Mauriceville; and brother, John Patrick Williamson of Lafayette, Louisiana.

Rebecca is preceded in death by her parents.

A private family committal will be held at Pine Ridge Cemetery, Kountze, under the direction of Broussard’s, 530 West Monroe, Kountze.

Pine Ridge Cemetery

Pine Ridge Cemetery
  • 13430 fm 421 sour lake tx 77625

Broussard's Mortuary - Kountze, TX

Broussard's Mortuary - Kountze, TX
  • 530 w monroe street kountze tx 77625

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Ronnie and Judi Benoit

Rest In Peace dear Rebecca. The class of 1965 lost a precious friend and classmate. We will miss you. Judi and Ronnie

Bob and Jackie Warren

We grew up with Rebecca as family, friend and neighbor. We played together , went to 12 years of school together, , I Baby sat her, and accepted her precious help when our parents were sick. She was never too busy to smile, or laugh that beautiful deep belly laughter when things were funny. She loved and lived a life of fun and compassion. Oh how we will miss her. We’re better off having lived next door and around the block for many years. RIP Rebecca. I love you.

Tonya Allen

Such a genuinely sweet person that loved her family very much. When we worked together at ST Elizabeth she loved talking about her family. Rebecca you RIP no pain and no worries..

Jeff hays

Sorry for the loss of your mother praying for the family let me know if there is anything I can do brother

Dianne Duncan Necessary

Rest in Peace.

Gene and Kathy Isabell

Rebecca was a beautiful soul. We had some great times working together at St Elizabeth Radiology department. She was a hard worker and loved what she did. Rebecca will be missed, May she Rest In Peace.

Gail Montalbano

We worked together at. 2 industrial clinics. Rebecca was so skilled at everything she did. She could bandage any kind of injury perfectly. She had a beautiful, bright smile. I will miss her.