Sondra Lovelace

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Sondra Kay Foster Lovelace, age 67, passed on to her eternal heavenly home on March, 2, 2022, where she is peacefully at rest and reunited with so many that she loved and that loved her in return.

Sondra was born June 21, 1954, in Shreveport, Louisiana and went on to become salutatorian of the 1972 Avinger High School graduating class; she later attended Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas.

She was a passionately loving mother first and foremost and went on to adore and cherish her role as a doting Grandma, as she embraced every moment to be present with them. Those who were blessed to be in Sondra’s life know that she truly never met a stranger and loved all people with a deep and unconditional love. She had fiery, lively, and genuine personality that lit up a room with smiles and laughter and was a living example of the motto “be so completely yourself that everyone else feels safe to be themselves too.”

Sondra took great pleasure in sharing her love for and faith in Jesus Christ with others, and often quoted her favorite scripture, Romans 8:28 — “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.”

Sondra is survived by her children, Brandon Durham and wife Heather of Longview, Texas; Paige Carr Lovelace and husband Tim Carr of Fort Worth, Texas; Sean Humble of Linden, Texas; and John David Lovelace and wife Ashley of Fort Worth, Texas. She is also survived by her precious grandchildren, Rick Lovelace Jr., Blake Lovelace, Jordan Lovelace, Lawson Lovelace, Alivia Lovelace, Bryson McMinn, and James Lovelace, as well as numerous cousins, nieces, and nephews, whom she treasured and remained close. She was preceded in death by her parents Herman (Hap) and Azarene Swann Foster of Avinger, Texas, as well as each of her elder siblings, Mavis Ann Young, Karan Sue Murrell, and Rolan Foster. All of these she loved and touched deeply.

Please join us in celebrating her life and legacy March 19, 2022, at the Music City Texas Theatre in Linden, Texas at 2:00 pm. The family welcomes floral arrangements in her honor be sent to Reeder-Davis Funeral Home in Linden, Texas.

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  1. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family during this difficult time. We love and will miss Sondra.

  2. Condolences to Sondra’s children, grand children, nieces and nephews, and to her lifelong friends.

  3. Sondra truly never met a stranger. Every time I saw her she was smiling and upbeat. My prayers are with her family.

  4. So sorry for the loss of Sandra. She was one of my very good friends. RIP Sandra. I will always love you.

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