Louise Connor

Louise Morris Connor, age 92, passed away at her home, in Bryan, Texas, on November 30, 2017. Louise was born on August 16, 1925, in Gatesville, Texas, Coryell County, to Zack and Mattie Morris. Louise was married at age 16, to Glenn Steele Connor, on March 14, 1942 and the two have been married for 75 years.
​Louise was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. She was an excellent cook for her family and friends. Favorite meals included her famous Chicken and Dumplings and her wonderful Chocolate and Coconut Cream Pies. She loved to sew, quilt, paint and tend to her garden. Louise was a Christian woman who let her light and love shine in all she did. She was a faithful and dedicated member of Northview Baptist Church in Bryan, where she especially enjoyed her friends and fellowship with the Grace Sunday School class. Church and family were always her top priorities. Her love for family, friends, and church members will be a cherished memory.
​Louise was preceded in death by her parents; brothers, J.P. Morris, Bill Morris, Edgar Morris, Buford Morris, and twin brother Louie Morris; sister, Edna Barnett and great granddaughter, Katelyn Connor.
She is survived by husband, Glenn Steele Connor; three children and spouses, Glenn and Marilyn Connor, Martha and Alton (Nap) Cole, and Wayne and Deborah Connor; five grandchildren, Amy (Keith) Hahn, Karla (Ricky) Medeiros, William (Christa) Connor, Todd Cole, Travis (Jamie) Connor; great grandchildren, Brandon Hahn, Nicholas Hahn, Ashlyn Hahn, Cameron Medeiros, Logan Medeiros, Laura Beth Connor, Atraalon Connor, Brennen Connor, Jadyn Whitmire, Braeleigh Whitmire and numerous nieces and nephews.
​The family would like to offer a special heartfelt thanks to Northview Baptist Church and Hospice Brazos Valley and request any donations be made to these organizations.
Funeral services will be held 2 pm, Monday, December 4, 2017 at Northview Baptist Church in Bryan, Texas. Visitation will be from 1 pm Monday until service time.


  1. So sorry to hear about the passing of Mrs Louise Conner. Our hearts, prayers and blessings are with her loving family. May you find comfort in your precious memories. God Bless You, James & Judy Weathers

  2. My dearest Martha,
    Sending you and your family my love, thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
    I have such fond and wonderful memories of your Mother. I never did figure out how she always seemed to know what you and I were up to during our younger years. In later years when she and I would run into see each other at some store she still had that same dancing sparkle in her eyes, that same smile that could light up any room, and that same laughter that filled your heart with joy. May you find comfort and peace in your strength of faith and in your many memories of your Mother. She truly was a blessing that God shared with many of us.
    Joyce Winslow

  3. I hated to hear about Louise’s passing, but know that none of us would call her back from Where she is, in the arms of The Saviour. She was a true Southern lady, a Proverbs 31 woman, & I will never forget her sweet, quiet demeanor, as well as her little giggle. Steele, Nap, Deborah, & rest of the family, know that you’ve been in our thoughts & prayers. We love y’all!
    Bill & Thena Parrott

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