Billie Sue Todd Chambers
July 30, 1934 ~ December 6, 2022
Resided in: Bryan, Texas
Billie Sue Chambers of Bryan, a loving wife, mother, and grandmother, passed away peacefully at her home on Tuesday, December 6, 2022, in Bryan. Service and Celebration of Life will be held Sunday, January 15th, 2023, 1-3pm at Brazos Valley Cowboy Church 7300 Hwy 21/190 East Bryan 77808. Funeral arrangements by Callaway Jones of Bryan.
Billie Sue Todd married Bill Chambers and their 70 years together was full of fun; enjoying raising all sorts of animals, softball games, camping, and lake outdoor life. Along with being an advocate and caregiver of all animals great and small, Billie Sue, was an extremely talented artist, designer, and gardener. She was spunky and strong.
Billie Sue, (Duz) as she was called by her family and friends is survived by her son Jerry Chambers and Ruth Vincent of Bryan, daughter Kellie Ardoin, and husband Ron Ardoin of Somerville. Billie and Bill have five grandchildren, Hunter Chambers and wife Karo of San Antonio, Dustin Stephens of Bryan, Collin Stephens, and wife Jenae, daughter Charlotte Lane of College Station, William Chambers and wife Alisha, son Lucas William of College Station, and Tori Chambers of Bryan.
She was preceded in death by her husband Bill Chambers and son Mickey Chambers.
She will be greatly missed by her family, friends, and others she touched with her kindness and generosity. Online condolences www.legacy.com
Celebration of Life Tribute: January 15, 2023 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Brazos Valley Cowboy Church
7300 Hwy 21 / 190 East
Bryan, Texas 77808
Billie Chambers has always been a warm and giving person who will be greatly missed by her family and friends. She related to people with kindness and a delightful sense of humor. She was an avid gardener and loved working in her yard which undoubtedly contributed to her health and long life. She also was an excellent cook and could be counted on to share tasty recipes. She is someone who I will always remember and cherish knowing.
My dear neighbor of 50+ yrs. So many talents. Such an artist, seamstress, decorator, awesome cook, hostess, green thumb all the way up to your elbow, animal lover who would nurse orphaned and injured animals back from the brink. You could do anything!
My friend, my second mom, my shoulder to cry on. You watched my girls grow up. You were a rock, an inspiration.
I wish I could have given you half as much as you gave me. How lucky I was to have you in my life. I will miss you dearly.
Aunt Billie was definitely one of a kind. So many great memories of her. You will be missed. Love you.