Charles Lelouis Sloan III

Charles Lelouis Sloan III, 66, of Webster, Texas, passed away March 4, 2017, in Galveston, Texas. Charles was born October 4, 1950 to Margaret Elizabeth and Charles Lelouis Sloan, II in Clarksdale, Mississippi. Charles was a musician who worked at Guitar Center in Webster and Westheimer for many years. Charles was an alumnus of Ole Miss. He was a beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother, and friend who will be missed by many. Charles was preceded in death by his parents.

Charles is survived by his loving wife of 35 years, Brenda Kay Sloan; daughter Heather Elizabeth Sloan; granddaughter Madelyn Elizabeth Haven; aunt Harriet Wicks Kinkade; brothers John Hardy Sloan, Walter Wicks Sloan, Zack Milsap Sloan.

A celebration of his life will be held Sunday, 12:00 pm, March 12, 2017, Crowder Funeral Home Chapel, Dickinson, Texas.


  1. My name is Barbara Farmer I met your Dad and Mom years back through Bill Armstrong. I am so so sorry for your loss. It is never easy to lose the ones we love so much. I pray for God’s comfort and Blessings through this difficult time and I hope you take comfort in knowing y’all will be together again someday.

    Most Sincerely,
    Barbara Farmer

    Barbara Farmer
    • Thank you, ma’am. ❤

      Heather Sloan
    • Heather, I’m so sorry about your dad. I was online today looking for some old friends from Covington, LA. Lee and Brenda Sloan. Brenda let Mike Seiler and me stay with her for awhile. This was early 80’s. When I saw Lee’s picture and that he was a musician I was sure I’d found my old friend. Lee managed a band call Lizard and they played at the Stairwell in Covington. My best friend, Wally, owned it. The last time I saw Brenda was in a place called Smitty’s in Bogalusa, LA. Not seeing Lee since the early 80’s I know looks Change but I’m sure I recognize him and that his wife is Brenda is almost too much to be a coincidence. I’d love to message your mom. Brenda was so much fun. Last time I was in Covington I drove by where we used to live. I was there for Wally’s funeral. If your mom emails here is mine, 40 years is a lot of catching up. Again, my condolences. He was a very nice fella.

      Debra Cummings (Leach)
  2. Lee was a great friend of mine and considered as family to me. His wonderful spirit will live on through many fond memories of all the time we worked together, the stories we shared and the laughs we had. He will forever be remembered in my mind with his beaming smile that could take any situation and make it great! My deepest snd sincerest condolences go out to his family, friends and all the people of whom his life affected in such a positive way.

    Daniel Turvey
    • Thank you, Daniel. It will always warm my heart to hear such wonderful things about my Dad.
      …And i assure you, he felt the same way about you. You are forever family and our dear friend!

      Heather Sloan
  3. Wanted to let you know you are in my thoughts and your dad will be missed very much. I know it’s hard, but stay strong for your daughter. He is in a better place and will watch over y’all forever.

    Beth Quinn
    • Thank you, Beth! ❤

      Heather Sloan
  4. We walked a lot of the same dirt and had a lot fun together over the years. I will always remember the good times we shared. As everyone who knew Lee, I will miss him. All the pain is gone for Lee and I choose to remember the good times.

    Marc B Bartels

    Marc Bartels
    • Thank you Marc!

      Heather Sloan
  5. Heather, this Linda Walker, I am sooo sorry. Just saw this. Now tell Brenda I’m sorry love ya’ll

    Linda walker
    • Thank you, Linda. Love to you too. ❤

      Heather Sloan
  6. Sorry for your loss, Lee. I had a great deal of respect for him. He kind of demanded that of us radicals. I know he will be missed.

    Tommy Mulligan
    • Thank you kindly! ❤

      Heather Sloan
  7. I had a feeling Lee had passed. He was a friend from childhood in New Orleans. It’s early October and I always think of his birthday. Love to the family.

    Tiger St. Martin

    Tiger St. Martin

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