In 1985/86 she attended Lee College in Baytown, Texas and became a licensed cosmetologist. She was a loving homemaker, always there to see her sons off to school and always there when they came home to give them a hug and a snack.
She was a skilled seamstress and baker, a Sunday school teacher and a gardener. She believed her purpose in life was to serve others and was happiest when she had someone to care for.
Saul III along with various cousins, nieces and nephews. of Houston, Texas will be held on Saturday, July 14, 2018 at A. at Houston Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Pearland, Texas. She met Douglas Leon Sullivan and they were married in August of 1962.
The family will receive friends on Friday, July 13, 2018 from P. Over the next 24 years they made a home in Daisetta, Texas, raised two boys and were active members of local churches and the community. She and Calvin lived in Beaumont, Texas for 16 years until his passing in September of 2007 after which she moved to Montgomery, Texas to be near her children and grandchildren in early 2008.
Her life revolved around her family and close friends, some of which were life‐time relationships, some more recent through church and bible study, but all were very dear to her.
Carolyn is preceded in death by her parents, Murrie Jordan and Dicie Birge, her brother Carl Jordan, sister Vada Goulas, and her daughter Phyllis Murphy.
As he grew older and his family multiplied, he switched gears and moved up the ranks in the uniform services industry with RUS/Cintas and then Aramark Corporation.
As his children grew, they embraced his love of baseball.
Her sons wish to thank the caregivers at CURA Health Services – Parkgate Home for treating Carolyn as though she was their own family and Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care for all they did to make her comfortable in the final few days. Ajay Mitter who went above and beyond his appointed role among those tasked with her care over the last year. Mitter vowed to care for her as though she was his own mother and did just that making sure she was treated with the best of care by everyone involved, often extending his rounds late into the evenings and early morning hours just to be sure he could see how she was doing each time she was in the hospital.
He hung up his cleats after graduating from Willis High School in 1970 and enlisted as an Airman in the U. Air Force, but after a two year span was honorably discharged due to disability relating to his knees.
Once back home he took after his namesake and launched into a career in the bread business with Rainbow Bread Company while attending Sam Houston State University and Dallas Theological Seminary in his spare time.
He enjoyed spending time outdoors in nature as well as working on cars. Bidal was preceded in death by his parents, Bidal, Sr.
He will be remembered as a loving husband and father, a hard worker, and an environmentalist. and Gregoria Zabala; two brothers, Luz Zabala and Juan Zabala; and half-brother, Simon Zabala. Carolyn Jordan Soileau, 74, of Conroe, passed away peacefully at CURA Health Services – Parkgate Home on Sunday, July 8, 2018, after a courageous, year‐long battle with cancer.