Doris Lackey

Doris Sybel(Tharp) Lackey, 90, of Bryan, went to be with the Lord on Wednesday June 20, 2018. Doris will be honored with a Life Tribute Service at 4:00 p.m. Friday, June 22, 2018, with a reception to follow, both at Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers, 3001 S College Ave in Bryan, Texas.

Doris was born in Farwell, Texas on August 5, 1927 to Floyd Moody and Rena (Simpson) Tharp.

She lived on a farm most on her life, caring for her husband and children. In their later years, she lovingly cared for her parents. She was a devoted daughter, wife and mother.

Mrs. Lackey was preceded in death by her parents, Floyd Moody Tharp and Rena (Simpson) Tharp; sister, Juaneva (Tharp) McCrary; and daughter, Rena Kay (Lackey) Thames.

She is survived by her husband of 76 years, Jesse Homer; three sons, Stacy (Reda) Lackey, Gary (Diane) Lackey, and Jesse (Jan) Lackey; nine grandchildren, Scott Lackey, Kristin (Llyod) Denman, Ryan (Laura) Durrett, Adrienne (Hayden) Zaskoda, Ashley (Brad) Murdock, Brazos Lackey, Dana (Dustin) DuBois, Kendall Lackey and Callie (Montrel) Duckett; ten great-grandchildren, Anna Denman, Cole Denman, Keegan Durrett, Ellery Durrett, Dawson Murdock, Braylee Murdock, Alexandria DuBois, Daxton DuBois, Evangeline DuBois and Mavin Duckett.

Just think, she’s in heaven with her father, her mother, her sister and her daughter.


  1. I know Doris is at peace and in a good place. I pray that all the family members treasure their memories and good times with her. May all,of you feel peace in your hearts and minds because Doris led a full life and now…life must go on. My love to you all. June

  2. Gary, Diane, Ashley, Brazos, Dana, and of course Homer,

    Doris’s day has come to be with the Lord, as it will for all of us. What a comfort to know she has gone home and awaits the arrival of all her loved ones! May the memories you made with Doris comfort you today and always,

    Love, Charlotte and Billy

  3. I’m so very sorry for passing of your mother, grandmother. Much love and prayers for family. I know she’s happy.

  4. Doris was a sweet lady and I’m so glad the Lord blessed you with her. I know you all were a blessing to her. I pray you find comfort in knowing exactly where she is.
    Love you guys.
    Jacob, Brandi, Hunter, & Ryder Brame

  5. It has always been very clear what value family holds to each of you. Our family has been touched by yours in various capacities, and though we are not physically present, please know we think of your family,share in your grief,celebrate life,and offer prayers.

  6. Gary, Diane, Ashley, Dana and Brazos. We are so sorry to hear of your Mother’s/Grandmother’s passing. She was a treasure and I know she was loved beyond compare. Please accept our deepest sympathy. We will keep you all in our prayers.

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