May 26, 1949 ~ November 9, 2022

Born in: Savannah , Georgia
Resided in: Hilltop Lakes, Texas

Lola Louise Feola, 73, was born to Levy and Lola Howard in Savannah, Georgia.
She passed peacefully in her sleep at home in Hilltop Lakes, Texas.
Lola fought hard her last few years with debilitating cancer and a blood disease.

Lola married her soul mate, James A. Feola Sr. in South Carolina in 1977.
After many years of military life and travel, the family settled in Bryan/College Station.
After working in the community for many years, she retired to enjoy her hobbies of gardening, sewing, crocheting, and jigsaw puzzles.
After her husbands retirement from Texas A&M, they settled into the quiet country life of Hilltop Lakes.

She was most happy having large family gatherings, visits from her grand childrens families, and taking care of her puppies.

She was a loving mother that put her family needs above her own.
She loved sharing stories of growing up, and being the family historian.
She will be loved and missed greatly.

Lola was preceded in death by her parents, her sister Martha L. Lee, her son Billy Martin,
and her puppy Pee Wee.

She is survived by her husband, a daughter: Lola M. Huebner, a son: Raymond Rosati, two step-children: James Feola Jr and Debra Wacasey, nine grandchildren and four great grandchildren, and her dog Bandit.

Visitation will be held Thursday, November 17, 2022 from 5pm-8pm at
Callaway-Jones Funeral Home 3001 S College Ave, Bryan, Texas.

Funeral services will be held Friday, November 18, 2022 at 10:30 am at
Christ Church 4201 S. Hwy 6, College Station, Texas with a reception to follow.

Lola will be laid to rest at Bryan City Cemetery without graveside services.

Arrangements entrusted to Callaway-Jones Funeral Home. Express condolences at


Visitation: November 17, 2022 5:00 pm

Callaway-Jones Funeral Home & Cremation Center
3001 S College Ave
Bryan, TX 77801


Room: Bluebonnet Room
Funeral Service: November 18, 2022 10:30 am

Christ Church (CUMC)
4201 Texas 6 Frontage Road
College Station, Texas 77845


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  1. Always enjoyed visiting with Lola. She will be missed by all the family and friends. Rest In Peace.

  2. Lola was the love of my life and the most generous woman I knew. She had a really big heart ❤️especially for her family. I do and will miss her greatly.
    With all my love forever.
    Your loving husband.

  3. I worked at First City National Bank with Lola in the early 1980’s, when it was still on Texas Ave. She and I would get to work early and meet for coffee before work in the break room. I always enjoyed talking with her. She was a wise and compassionate person. I thank God for her life.

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