Tina Elizabeth Owen

January 7, 1970 - November 25, 2020

Tina Elizabeth Owen-Shoaf, 50, of Beaumont, died Wednesday, November 25, 2020. She was born on January 7, 1970, to Thomas E. Loftus and Gloria Andrade Loftus, in New Orleans, Louisiana.

She is survived by her husband, Brian Shoaf, of Beaumont; sons, Zachary Owen, of Kerrville, Corbin Owen, of Beaumont; Alexander Owen, of Kountze, Grant Owen, of Phoenix, Arizona, Jay Shoaf, of Beaumont, and Nicklaus Shoaf, of Conroe; grandson, Cory Vaughn Shoaf; parents, Thomas E. Loftus, Sr. and Gloria Loftus, of Beaumont; brother, Thomas Loftus, Jr., and his wife, Brenda, of Lumberton; nephews, Thomas Loftus III, of Lumberton Daven Hokuana Swayze, of Beaumont, and Lastie Shelby Manuel, of Beaumont; grandmother, Laura Andrade, of Beaumont; numerous aunts and cousins across the United States and Ecuador, South America.

A memorial service for Mrs. Owen-Shoaf will be at 3:00 p.m., Saturday, December 5, 2020 at Broussard’s, 1605 North Major Drive, Beaumont.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Liver Foundation, P.O. Box 299, West Orange, New Jersey 07052.

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Carla Moseley

I cannot express how much I will miss Tina. She was one of the sweetest kindest giving people I ever knew. Although we did not visit face to face much she was my a awesome texting and FB friend. We have had many many text conversations and I can tell you I have missed them over the past few weeks. We texted our way back to sanity after our homes flooded. Shared our Grand-babies pictures. She was so proud of those Grandsons of hers. So worried about Kai. But Cory and Kai was usually the topic of conversation. RIP Tina I miss you. Until we meet again.

Leah Fontenot

I’ve been friends and “Co-moms” with Tina for over 20 years She was so kindhearted to so many people, regardless of how long she knew them. She wanted nothing more than for her boys to have a happy, healthy life and got no greater joy than when she was spending time with her grandsons, Kai and Cory. We spent hours talking and texting, exchanging pictures of their every little new accomplishment. She loved seeing Brian with them, and she couldn’t have been more proud. She was a dear friend that I will miss everyday and hold in my heart always. RIP my friend

Melanie moore

If anyone knew Tina they KNEW Corey and Kai were her whole world. She loves both her grandsons beyond belief and there Wasn’t anything she wouldn’t do for those two baby boys. I will miss her dearly. I love you Tina .

Katlyn Garsee

Tina was like another mom to me, she treated me as her own and loved me unconditionally with her whole heart. I will never forget the kindness she showed me and all the memories we shared, all of our talks about life, all of the birthday cakes she made for me from the heart. The handmade blanket she made for my daughter haven. So many things I could say but she was a wonderful woman. She loved her kids and she loved her grandsons Corey and Kai more than life it’s self. She will always be in my heart. R.I.P Happiness.

Meagan Norwood

Tina was such a wonderful, loving, and the most giving person. She was like family to me and loved my kids like her own. I’m sad to see Kai not listed but we all know she loved both her grandsons Corey and Kai more than life itself. All our conversations together were about her boys and her grandsons. She wanted nothing more than happiness for all of them. I will miss all of our conversations and political debates more than anything. You will be dearly missed Tina, Love the Norwood’s!

Melinda K Humphrey

Tina was the mother of two sons that grew up with my son Garrett. My son passed away in 2017. Tina was there for me and we really became close in the past several years. All I can say is that she was a true vessel of love and light! She never judged and was full of love! We spoke often about our children and I will miss her dearly. My condolences to her family and many friends. Until we meet again, please kiss my son for me.