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Lois Hudson Foxworth

Wednesday, March 27, 2024
Lois Hudson Foxworth

Lois Hudson Foxworth, 91, went home to be with our Lord on March 22, 2024. Visitation will be March 29, 2024, at noon at Kilpatrick Funeral Home Chapel in Ruston.

A funeral service honoring her life will follow at 1 p.m. with Dr. Chris Craig officiating the service assisted by Rev. Clayton Owens. Interment will follow in Providence Baptist Cemetery in Keithville, under the direction of Kilpatrick Funeral Homes of Ruston.

Lois was born on November 17, 1932, in Spring Ridge, Louisiana, to Harmon (Chick) Hudson and Julia Davidson. She graduated from Greenwood High School and attended East Texas Baptist College in Marshall, Texas.

Lois worked as an Assistant Librarian in Roswell, New Mexico, and later retired from Lewis & Company in Ruston, after many years of service. Lois also volunteered at several community organizations such as CCA and as an Auxiliary Pink Lady for many years.

In 1950, she married Charles Foxworth and they had two children. Charles was a young preacher and college student when they married, and the Lord led them to several churches in Texas and Louisiana.

Lois was the perfect Proverbs 31 wife and mother: “strength and honor are her clothing, and she shall rejoice in time to come … her children rise up and call her blessed, and her husband also, he praiseth her.”

Lois, though humble in spirit and never wanting to be the center of attention, was a woman of many talents. She will be remembered for her excellent cooking, her sweet and kind spirit, and her generosity. Her family will miss her sense of humor, exceptional wisdom, and her unconditional love.

She is preceded in death by her husband of 72 years, Dr. Charles Foxworth; son, David (Foxy) Foxworth; her parents; and her sister, Aleiace Tabor.

She is survived by her daughter, Judy Foxworth; granddaughter, Teri Ray Freeman (Jason); grandson, David Todd Ray; greatgrandchildren, Tyler Freeman, Zachary Ray, Tucker Ray, Braden Ray, Brooklyn Ray, and several nieces, nephews, and many friends.

The family would like to express their heartfelt appreciation to Karen Cockerham, Sylvia Palmo, Gracie Thornton, Billy Jerro, and Twight Shelton for their compassionate and devoted care these past several years.

There are not enough words to adequately convey what Lois’ life exemplified. She loved Jesus, her family, and friends. She was a lady of impeccable character and integrity. Because Lois was a Christian and knew that God is in charge of all things, she always reminded us that “everything will be alright.”

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