In Loving Memory

Patricia Jean (White) Stogdill

Patricia Jean (White) Stogdill
October 23, 1951
February 13, 2021
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Jean was a beautiful soul inside and out. We worked together many years in SISD. She was an amazing teacher who made such a difference with her students, colleagues and friends. Her sweet nature and beautiful smile will be greatly missed.
Myra Pettit
2/28/2021
Fischer, TX
Deepest Sympathy to Jeans family. A true inspiration. It was special to work with her at Alton. May the memories you made together help you in days to come. Prayers and may the light of Christ shine upon her.
Mary Weiman
2/27/2021
Brenham, TX
Jean and I had many wonderful times together over the years. We taught together at Meyer Elementary. We both lived in Ponderosa and went through the the flood together..
I am sorry that I didn’t make it for visitation . I am fighting cancer as Jean did. Some days are better than others.
Our friendship was strong .We could go a long time between visits but we could pick up as if we still lived close to each other.
I will miss her sweet smile and her soft voice. Jean , told me she was ready to meet her Lord and Savior . She passed
Knowing she would be met with loving arms..
May she Rest In Peace . Love you Jean , Tisa
Tisa Whitley
2/25/2021
Cypress, TX
Jean and I were classmates in the NISD, Nederland, TX. I honestly don't remember exactly when we met, but I can never remember NOT knowing her. She had a glow about her that brought us together....not only as friends, but as sisters in Christ. We lost touch after graduation, but reunited on Facebook a few years ago. It was as if we had never parted. Still, the same beautiful soul....only more so, after all those years. I was saddened to learn of her cancer, but promised to pray for her, always. She fought the good fight! My heart was broken the day she took her homeward flight. I still think of her often and miss her sweet Facebook posts. I hope she knew how much she was loved and how much she is truly missed. Until we meet again.....my sweet, beautiful "sister", Jean. RIP and I'll see you again, soon. Love, Julia ?
Julia Holcomb Gribnau
2/25/2021
Port Neches, TX
Wow--this is so difficult. It is the guestbook I was hoping I never had to sign. I met Jean about 25+ years ago when my brother Al (Sonny to me) and her started dating. My first impression after meeting her was nobody could be that beautiful and that nice at the same time. But I was so wrong! Jean was just as beautiful on the inside as she was on the outside. She was so kind and friendly and always had a smile on her face--always looking for the good in someone. A true friend that would do anything for anyone. Jean fought this cancer with everything she had from day one. She gave it her all but at the end, she was ready to go Home. Her biggest concern was leaving Al. They truly had a special love for each other that will continue. She loved her children and grandchildren and always wanted the best for them. But most of all, she loved God. I have no doubt that she is one of the prettiest angels in Heaven now looking down on us, probably saying quit crying and be happy for me. Jean--if you only knew how much you are going to be missed by everyone!
Carolyn Bryant
2/24/2021
Houston, TX
Al,
Jean was such a wonderful lady. She made such an impact on Sarah’s life as her teacher at Alton and more importantly as a special friend. I always thought it was so wonderful how she kept in touch with Sarah all these years (Sarah is now in college!) and we will miss her dearly. She was a blessing to all who knew her. Keeping you in our thoughts and prayers! God bless!
Stephanie Fairman
2/24/2021
Brenham, TX
Dear Al and family,
My heart shares your sorrow. My sympathies extends to you and your entire family. I loved Jean like a sister.
I had the privilege to work with Jean at Alton Elementary. We shared many after school learning sessions. Jean was highly respected in education. She loved her students.
For five plus years, Jean was involved in our Alton Relay for Life fund raising events for the American Cancer Society. She truly dedicated so much to our team. She tirelessly supported our cause.
Jean loved her Lord, her family and her friends.
She will be missed. What a faithful servant she has been.
Sincere sympathy,
Debra Eckert
Debra Eckert
2/23/2021
Burton, TX
Jean was such a lovely person inside and out. She was always kind and gracious. We were blessed to call her a friend. Our hearts go out to Al and family. She will be missed, but God has received an angel .
Jack and Sandy Taylor
2/23/2021
Brenham, TX
My Sweet Friend Jean.... we became acquainted eighteen years ago in the salon & my life has been blessed to have her in it. Mrs. Jeans dedicated work here on earth will resonate with me always. My Friend Jeans Love for her family was evident in every salon visit. All of the conversations we shared will always keep me encouraged. I pray strength, comfort & peace for My Sweet Friend Jeans family. Her presence will truly be missed but she is impossible to be forgotten. See you later My Sweet Friend.
Katherine Telford Cultured by CK Salon
2/22/2021
Brenham, TX
Jean was a bright star in our life. Always so beautiful and kind. Her softness will touch hearts forever.
Maureen Carroll and Stephen Kinnaman
Maureen Carroll
2/22/2021
Chappell Hill, TX
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