Enda F. Boutotte

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On April 27, 1927, Harley Edison and Nellie Seale (Cook) Bain welcomed their second daughter into this world and named her Enda Fae Bain. Fae passed away on December 17, 2012 in Madisonville, Texas.

Fae was born and raised in Centerville and upon graduation from high school in 1944, she went to work for Three States Telephone Company in Bryan, Texas. On a blind date on October 31, 1945, she met Jack Huggins Boutotte, and they were married on January 19, 1946. They were true AGGIES and upon his graduation from Texas A&M College, they started their wonderful journey of life together. They were best friends and loved fishing, hunting and children. She dearly loved her grandchildren and great grandchildren, and that love had no boundaries. She shared 32 years of boy scouting and 17 years of working with the Order of the Rainbow for Girls and was awarded the Grand Cross of Color and worked with all of the youth group programs in the First United Methodist Church. She joined the First United Methodist Church in 1943 and moved her membership to the various places they lived, but upon retirement, she moved it back home to Centerville.

Since moving back to Centerville, Fae started working on the genealogy of her family. She joined Samuel Raymond Burroughs Chapter 2445 United Daughters of the Confederacy. She was a past president and Winnie Davis Award winner. Fae was also a member of the Fort Boggy Chapter Daughters of the Republic of Texas, a past president and served on the state level. She was a member of the Steven Williams Chapter United Daughters of 1812 of Bryan, Texas and Captain John McAdams Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution of Madisonville, Texas where she served six years as its Regent. Fae was a past president of the Leon County Genealogy Society and a member of the Sheriff's Daughters of Chipley County, Florida of which her great, great grandfather was it's first sheriff.

Her husband became a member of the Masonic Lodge while they were living in Crowley, LA and made it possible for her to become a member of the Order of the Eastern Star. She was a 50 year, plus member. She was also the past matron of Conroe #710, Mary Martha Chapter #981 and Centerville Chapter #1002. She served the Grand Chapter of Texas on many appointments through the years and loved every moment of it. She would say that through these organizations she had gained a broad extended family.

Fae was preceded in death by both of her parents; two sisters, Doris Marie Bain and Nellie Gene Sutton; brother, Col. John R. Bain, USA/RET and her beloved husband, Jack H. Boutotte.

Survivors include son, Carl & wife, Theresa Boutotte; daughters, Mary Lott & husband, Allen and Jackie McCreary & husband, Grange; grandchildren, Paul Boutotte & wife, Crystal, Daniel Lott & wife, Sharon, Carol Lott, Bruce Lott, Raymond McCreary & wife, Amy and David McCreary & wife, Cassie; great granddaughters, Kamie & Kalyn Boutotte, Julia Lott and Riley & Elliot Fae McCreary; sister, Bettie Bell and sister-in-law, Shirley Bain and her faithful companion, Rudy Lee McCreary.

Services for Fae Boutotte are scheduled for 10 A.M., Saturday, December 22, 2012 at the Walters Funeral Home in Centerville, Texas. Interment will follow in the Centerville Cemetery. Visitation will be held at the Walters Funeral Home on Friday, December 21, 2012 from 5 P.M. to 8 P.M.

The family of Fae Boutotte wishes to thank Dr. Grover Hubley and his staff and the Madison-St. Joseph medical staff for all of their support and care.

Walters Funeral Home in Centerville, Texas is in charge of all arrangements. Please log onto www.waltersfuneralhome.com to sign the online memorial guestbook.

Published on yourconroenews.com from Dec. 20, 2012 to Jan. 2, 2013