In Loving Memory

Loyce Van Hook

Loyce Van Hook
February 3, 1958
September 18, 2020
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Kyle , so very sorry for the loss of your wonderful and loving wife . She was a blessing to all. My prayers and condolences to you and family during this time . God Bless !
Rommie Maxey
9/25/2020
Richmond, TX
Dear VanHook family, Our thoughts and prayers go out to each of you as you mourn the lose of beautiful and sweet Loyce.
Even though she is not with you physically she will be with you always in your heart and in all the wonderful memories that will last your life time. May God continue to provide you with strength to carry on in this life as Loyce would want you to do. We will all miss her very much but remember her as a most gracious lady. Karen
Karen and Billy Holle
9/25/2020
Brenham, TX
I am so sorry to learn of Loyce's passing. I first came to know her back at Scarborough High School,
and my memories of her is that she was a sweet and gentle person, from a fine family, that I also came to know. I know she will be missed by her family and friends, and may God bless her, and may God bless her entire family always.

Chris & Melanie Hogue
Chris Hogue
9/25/2020
Cypress, TX
Remembering my dear friend, co-worker, and Buccaneer coaching sister wife with so much love and fondness. I so admired Loyce in her many roles! I first had the pleasure of meeting her when both of our husband’s coached for Blinn in the early 90’s; Kyle as the baseball coach and Willie as the football coach. It was there that a friendship and mutual understanding was formed. We both later taught at the Methodist Weekday School, where Loyce was also my daughter Lainie’s Pre-K teacher. We were also in the same Methodist Women’s Circle. Loyce exuded grace and style in everything that she did, as well as a warmth that embraced all who had the blessing of knowing her. Attending an event at the Van Hook home was like stepping into the pages of Southern Living! Her Pre-K classroom was a place filled with learning and love. I still hang timeless and charming ornaments on my tree every year that Lainie created in her classroom! Loyce’s brown eyes could sparkle with humor and fill with with caring and empathy, and I considered them a window into her beautiful soul. How greatly she will be missed by so many. We send our deepest condolences to Kyle, Clay, Vanessa, Olivia and the entire family. With Love and Sympathy, Willie and Susan Fritz
Willie & Susan Fritz
9/25/2020
New Orleans, LA
My condolences to you and your family on the passing of Mrs.Van Hook. Our prayers are with you through your time of bereavement. The Lord will strenghten you and keep you in his perfect peace during this time of need. Thank you again, for being an inspiration in the community to our children.
Catina Morgan
9/25/2020
Brenham, TX
Dear Kyle and family,
I kow the hole in your heart is great and our hearts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Cherish the many sweet memories of sweet Loyce and you will forever keep her in your hearts.
Ralph & Pam Bratton
9/25/2020
Dripping springs, TX
Loyce and her family were my neighbors growing up we went to Scarborough high school she graduated a year ahead of me I even had a few classes with her

My mom and dad thought a lot of the Michel family and Loyce and I know if they were still living that they would be heartbroken

She was really a sweet person and I enjoyed knowing her I am saddened by her passing
My sympathy to Laurie, Vince and the Van Hooks
Love and prayers
Benton McKinney
Benton McKinney
9/25/2020
Houston, TX
Loyce and her family were my neighbors growing up we went to Scarborough high school she graduated a year ahead of me I even had a few classes with her

My mom and dad thought a lot of the Michel family and Loyce and I know if they were still living that they would be heartbroken

She was really a sweet person and I enjoyed knowing her I am saddened by her passing
My sympathy to Laurie, Vince and the Van Hooks
Love and prayers
Benton McKinney
Benton McKinney
9/25/2020
Houston, TX
There are no words to express the sadness all who loved precious Loyce feel. I am comforted in the knowledge that she is no longer suffering. I am praying for her family and I know that God has her safely in his loving care. God’s blessings to her beautiful family. Love you with all my heart.

Aunt Linda
Aunt Linda Oelze
9/24/2020
Houston, TX
I extend my deepest sympathy and prayers to Loyce's family. She was a kind, thoughtful, passionate person whose faith and courage were an inspiration to all of us. I know that she loved her family and friends and we'll all miss her unconditional love and dedication to those who knew her. including hundreds, maybe thousands, of students. Her pain is over now and she left a beautiful legacy for all of us who hope to see her again someday.
Bonnie Brinkmeyer
9/23/2020
Brenham, TX
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