Dedra Morgan

Dedra Morgan, 44, of Bryan, passed away Friday December 28, 2012 at St. Joseph Regional Health Center. A memorial service celebrating her life is set for 1 p.m., Wednesday, January 2, 2013 at Callaway-Jones Funeral Home in Bryan. Service arrangements are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral Home and Crematory.
Dedra was born June 5, 1968 in Austin, Texas, to Lonnie and Billie Ammann. She has lived in this area for 17 years after moving from Austin, and she worked locally as an assistant director of a daycare facility. Dedra will be remembered as an avid hunter, shooter, loving wife, mother, daughter, and sister.
Survivors include her loving husband, Paul Morgan of Bryan; sons, Dustin Schuetze of Bryan, Cody Schuetze of Galveston; parents, Lonnie and Billie Ammann of Bryan; brother, Andrew Ammann and wife Noirin; sister, Tina Walker and husband Chris of Elgin; and granddaughter, Kinley Schuetze. She is also survived by her nieces and nephews; Raven and Paden Walker, Cian and Connor Ammann, Mikaila and Alyssa Morgan, and Arron and Evan Asim.
View her Book of Memories™ at CallawayJones.com

Condolences

  1. I love you Dedra and will always remember the fun times that we had. Four Wheeling, Pepsi, Hunting, running away from hurricanes to Aunt B & Uncle L…locking me out of the deer camp and turning off all the lights. Didnt seem like fun times then…but looking back I wouldn’t have traded it for the world. I love you so much and will miss seeing your smiling face!!!

  2. My memory of Dedra will always be of her wrapping herself around Chris Watson to protect him from a New year’s fireworks gone wrong. All kids were her kids and always will be. I will miss her. I’m sad for me and for others, but not for her. She’s in a better place, and watching after all of us, just like she did for Chris that night so long ago.

  3. R.I.P> My good friend I will miss you glad I got to know you had a great time working with you at Godwins. Will miss bringing my grand baby and daughter over to the day care and talking to you some you will be so dearly missed you were a good person Love ya girl

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