Lon M. McDougle

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  • "Lon- Was just remembering you, and the stories you used to..."
  • "Lon, You were a great brother-inlaw. I enjoyed your company..."
    - Joanne Haviland
  • "Mr. McDougle was my teacher over 20 years ago and I had the..."
    - Becky Morgan AKA Motor Mouth Morgan
  • "My deepest condolences to Terry and family. Lon was a true..."
    - Cathy Conty
  • "We will miss you greatly Lon! You were the first person I..."
    - Alyssa Wilson
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Lon M. McDougle of Spring, TX died at home of natural causes on May 21, 2013. His memorial service will be held on Friday, May 24, at 2:00 PM, at Fellowship of Champions at 16707 Squyres Road (near Louetta) in Spring, TX. Rev. Doug Bartsch will officiate. At the time of his death, he was an active member of Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce, of Spring Klein Chamber of Commerce, and of WindRose Garden Club. He had retired after 23 years as a photographer in the US Air Force and 20 years as a public school teacher. He helped his wife operate McDougle Homes, a real estate brokerage company in Spring, TX. He is survived by Terry Haviland McDougle, his wife of over 39 years. He is also survived by his son Larry M. McDougle, of Lumberton, TX; his daughter Katherine V. Graves, of Tucson, AZ; Becky L. McGraw Wall, of Houston, TX; John S. McGraw, of Hobbs, NM; 11 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. He is predeceased by his parents Lon McDougle and Selma McDougle, formerly of Beaumont; a son Garry H. McDougle; a daughter Cecilia Gay McGraw; and a granddaughter Carissa L. Barker. Mr. McDougle loved to tell entertaining stories and never met a stranger. He is fondly remembered by former students and employees of Klein Independent School District, Orangefield Independent School District, and West Hardin Independent School District, Success Institute of Business, Compuknowledge, a career school in Houston.

Published in The Beaumont Enterprise on May 23, 2013
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