Lola Jean LeNoir

lola lenoir

March 7, 1933 ~ July 18, 2023

Born in: Hempstead, Texas
Resided in: College Station, Texas

Lola Jean LeNoir, 90, passed away peacefully July 19, 2023. She was born to Thomas Parker Foster and Shirley Schulte Foster on March 7, 1933 in Hempstead, Texas. She married Alton Wilburn LeNoir in September 1950 and beloved son Alton Gene LeNoir was born in 1953. She was the happy smiling assistant to her husband in his pharmacy for many years and was an Executive Assistant at ADP for over 20 years. Jean was also a faithful member and volunteer at First Baptist Church in Bryan, Texas. She is preceded in death by her husband Alton Wilburn LeNoir, her son Alton Gene LeNoir, her parents, two brothers, her sister, and other close family members. She is survived by her granddaughter Nealy LeNoir Grody, great grandson Jude LeNoir Grody, and three nephews, Thomas Foster, Coleman Foster, and Clayton Foster along with numerous other family members. A small memorial will be held Saturday, July 22nd at 1pm at First Baptist Church of Bryan. In leu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the church located at 3100 Cambridge Dr. Bryan, TX 77802.

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Services

Memorial Service: July 22, 2023 1:00 pm

First Baptist Church - Bryan
3100 Cambridge Dr
Bryan, TX 77802

979-776-1400
http://fbcbryan.org

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  1. Dear Nealy Gordy and Family,

    We are so very sorry for your loss- it was an honor for us to care for Ms. Lenoir and you are all in our thoughts and prayers and have our deepest condolences.

    Sincerely,
    Bluebonnet Health (Hospice) Services Team

    • Jean loved the Lord and was a faithful member and attendee of our Group Life class as long as her health permitted. She will be deeply missed.
      Extending our sympathy, love and caring.
      Praying for God’s peace. comfort and strength for each new day.

  2. Nealy, I’m so sorry for your loss and that I couldn’t attend her service today. Your grandma was a special lady. She hired me in March 1984 and I remember her excitement when you were born. Every time you spent the weekend with her was a very special time and again, I remember her excitement. Prayers of comfort are being said for you and your son.


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