|Birth: ||Jun. 20, 1941|
|Death: ||Jul. 13, 2008|
Tom Green County
My mother..her headstone says "beloved wife" but she was so much more than that. She was the best mother anyone could ask for, and a phenomenal grandmother and great grandmother who doted on the children. She joins her beloved Bernie, my dad, her daughter, Cassie, who she is now seeing healed for the first time, firstborn grandson , and one great grandchild. She has also joined her parents, several siblings, a few nieces, and my dad's parents. She leaves us behind, but she will always be in our hearts.
This isn't goodbye, Mom, for in Christ there are no goodbyes. I love you forever and always.
SAN ANGELO - Louisa L. Lawlor, 67, died Sunday, July 13, 2008, at her residence. Graveside service will be at 10 a.m. Friday, July 18, in Belvedere Memorial Park. Arrangements are by Johnson's Funeral Home.
Survivors include daughters Verrhonda Garduno of Maryland, and Ann Sexton, Margaret Lawlor and Rachel Lawlor, all of San Angelo; sons Bernie Lawlor of Lubbock and Wendell Lawlor of San Angelo; brother Chester Griffieth of Lawrenceburg, Ky.; and sisters Cappy Edlin of Aransas Pass, Betty Oliver of Lexington, Mary Long of Nicklasville, Ky., and Denise Hatton of San Angelo.
This is not at all how
We thought it was supposed to be
We had so many plans for you
We had so many dreams
And now you've gone away
And left us with the memories of your smile
And nothing we can say
And nothing we can do
Can take away the pain
The pain of losing you, but ...
We can cry with hope
We can say goodbye with hope
'Cause we know our goodbye is not the end, oh no
And we can grieve with hope
'Cause we believe with hope
(There's a place by God's grace)
There's a place where we'll see your face again
We'll see your face again
And never have I known
Anything so hard to understand
And never have I questioned more
The wisdom of God's plan
But through the cloud of tears
I see the Father's smile and say well done
And I imagine you
Where you wanted most to be
Seeing all your dreams come true
'Cause now you're home
And now you're free, and ...
We have this hope as an anchor
'Cause we believe that everything
God promised us is true, so ...
We wait with hope
And we ache with hope
We hold on with hope
We let go with hope
by Steven Curtis Chapman
Bernard M. Lawlor (1941 - 1998)*
Cassandra Marie Lawlor (1979 - 1993)*
Belvedere Memorial Park
Tom Green County
Created by: Rachel Lawlor
Record added: Jul 25, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 28510295