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Penny Sue Louviere: Penny was born on April 14, 1959 in Sandwich, Illinois to parents Norma June (Ingold) and Walter Lee Hughes. She had lived in the Beaumont/Mid County/Sabine Pass area for many years. Penny was Vice President of Network Operations for more 30 years, most recently she worked at Intercede Health. She enjoyed doing crafts, decorating, cooking, watching sports, being outdoors and she was the absolute hostess with the mostest. Penny was a generous, genuine person who loved spending time with family and friends and never met a stranger. A true gem of a human most strive for. 

She was preceded in death by her parents, Walter (Windy) and Norma Hughes, her husband, John E. Louviere and her infant brother, William Hughes.

Penny is survived by her daughter, Megan LaGrange and her husband, Michael of Nederland. The loves of her life, her grandchildren, Taryn Brunet and Addalyn Anderle. Her partner, Scott Sattler of Beaumont, her sisters, Peggy Lee and her husband, Rodney of Sabine Pass, Brenda Christensen and her husband, Jeff of Newark, IL, Wendi Folsom and her husband, Jimmy of Deweyville. She is also survived by her nieces and nephews, Jenna Christensen, Brad and Abby Christensen, Kara Christensen, Jennie and Cory Mitchell, Jillian and Josh Layton, Bill Pate, Ashley and Ryan St. Clair and several great nieces and nephews.

A funeral service was held on Friday, September 10, 2021 at Clayton Thompson Funeral Home in Texas. Honoring Penny as pallbearers was Josh Wilson, Cory Mitchell, Billy Pate, Josh Layton, Brent Hebert and Austin Sattler. Burial followed at Oak Bluff Memorial Park with a  gathering of friends and family held at The American Legion Post 493 Nederland, TX after. 

In lieu of flowers, the family requests you consider vaccination and/or make a donation to the charity of your choice.

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Rhonda (Ingold) Bee

Penny and I grew up together in Sandwich, Il. We had many times of laughter and fun. Penny was always more bold to do things than I was, but our teenage years were, well, teenage years! One time that stands out the most was when we drove out to the State Park to hang out with others. Well, we got her Mom & Dad's Plymouth stuck. What a mess, and of course we both got in trouble. As we grew older, Penny moved to Texas, where she met the "Love of her life", Johnny Louviere, and got married. They had a baby girl, Megan, who turned out to be a beautiful young woman, just like her Mom. We stayed in touch. I went to see her, a few months after I had my daughter, Trisha. It saddens me that I lost out on alot of her life with the miles that was between us. Though she will always be remembered, I will miss her laugh, her classiness, being bold, and the love she was full of.😥 Rest in peace my beautiful cousin.

Rhonda (Ingold) Bee

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