Eloise W. Brewington

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Eloise Waller Brewington, 89, of Conroe, Texas passed away on Tuesday June 7, 2016. She is preceded in death by her husband of 51 years, Donald Leonard Brewington. She is survived by her children Robert Bruce Brewington of Casa Grande, Arizona; Kathryn Louise Gupta of Las Vegas, Nevada; Gary Donald Brewington of Colorado Springs, Colorado; and Mary Beth Brewington VanDeventer of Willis, Texas. Her brother-in-law Russell D. Brewington, Jr. and his wife Chris live nearby in Conroe, Texas.

Eloise Waller was born in the small town of Marina, Oklahoma near Stillwater, Oklahoma to Rodney Dwight and Lina Jane Waller. She and her older sister, Jeanette, attended Coyle High School. Eloise attended two years of college at Oklahoma State University. She worked for several years as a typewriter mechanic in Stillwater, Oklahoma and was later recruited to work in Dallas, Texas where she worked in a secretarial / front office position for Ames Office Supply.

While working at Ames Office Supply, Eloise met her husband, Donald, a widower with three children. After a brief courtship, they married in July of 1959, lived in Dallas briefly where Donald ran a technical and scientific bookstore. They subsequently relocated to to El Lago, Texas, and established the Brewington Typewriter Company of Pasadena. In addition to raising four children, Don and Eloise both were avid social tennis players and gardeners. While living in El Lago, they developed many life-long friendships with several like minded couples. They traveled to Scotland, Alaska and Europe.

In 1991 (25 years ago) Don and Eloise relocated to the April Sound Community where they spent the remainder of their lives. Eloise frequented Snap Fitness on 105 and the April Sound community garden. She went on many occasions to Memory Park behind the local Montgomery Library, to appreciate the beautiful native landscaping. She enjoyed woodworking, and building clocks, and was devoted to her husband and children.

In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to either charity below:

Houston Audubon Send a check to "Houston Audubon" 440 Wilchester Blvd. Houston, TX 77079. or donate on line at HoustonAudubon.org. Please indicate your gift is for the Eloise Brewington Memorial. . To contribute on line, go to www.stjude.org, click on "Ways to Give". Click on "Personalized tribute pages". Enter "Eloise" in the "Name of GIft Fund" box. Click Search, and choose Eloise W. Brewington. There is a donation button. Call 1-800 805-5856 for more information.

Published on yourconroenews.com from June 13 to June 26, 2016
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