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Alice Faye

September 22, 1958 – September 24, 2018

Alice Lewis
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Obituary for Alice Faye Lewis

Alice Faye Lewis, was born September 22, 1958 in Woodville, Texas to the union of Will Horn, Sr. and Zenobia Bean (whom both preceded her in death). She departed her earthly life on September 24, 2018, just 2 days after her 60th birthday.

Alice was a devoted member of Moss Hill Baptist Church where she served as the church treasurer for more than 10 years. She later became a member of Camp Zion Missionary Baptist Church, in Doucette, Texas where she would continue her faith in God. She was a high school graduate of Kirby High School in Woodville, Texas in 1976. She was a firm believer in the phrase “If you’re going to do it, do it right”, which led her to become a self-motivated, highly successful wife and mother. She started working at Woodville Housing Authority in 1991, as a part-time secretary-clerk, and later transitioned to become the Executive Director of the Woodville Housing Authority. Alice routinely served as a spokesperson for County electoral voting and communication in Precinct 5, in Doucette, Texas.

She married Billy Jack Lewis, Sr. of Colmesneil, TX. and out of that union, she had 3 children. She will be missed as a beloved mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend of many.

Alice Faye Lewis was preceded in death by her husband Billy Jack Lewis Sr. and one daughter, Pamela Sidaya Lewis; 4 siblings, Georgia White, Gladys Mitchell, Cilisia Williams and Dave Barclay.

Alice Faye Lewis, leaves to cherish her memory (2)sons, DuJuan Lewis and Billy Jack Lewis Jr (LaQuita); (3) grandchildren, Omari Lewis, Khoree Lewis, and Beckham Lewis; (2) Brothers, Jerry Horn and Will Horn Jr; (7) Sisters, Ruby Horn, Mary White, Helen Bailey, Bernice Adams, Dorothy Barlow, Minnie Horn, Will Mae Horn,; longtime friend, CL Larkin; Brother and Sister-in-Law, Gerald Lewis and Glenda McKinley along with a host of nieces, nephews, friends and relatives.

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When Saturday, September 29th, 2018 9:00am - 11:00am
Camp Zion Missionary Baptist Church
268 CR 3100
Doucette, TX 75942

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Saturday, September 29th, 2018 11:00am
Camp Zion Missionary Baptist Church
268 CR 3100
Doucette, TX 75942
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Viewing will be held prior to service from 9-11am
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