Laura Alice Fontenot

Laura Alice Fontenot (Lovey), a long-time resident of Clear Lake, Texas went to be with the Lord on Thursday, October 27, 2022.  She was born on October 21, 1965, to Harold Walter and Cora Elizabeth Kistler in Charleston, West Virginia.

Laura was a loving daughter, sister, mother, aunt and nana.  She is survived by her mother, Cora Kistler, sister Linda Hurley (husband, Joe) Larry Kistler (wife, Tracie) daughter, Chelsea Fontenot, grandson, Elijah Fontenot and many adored nieces, nephews, and cousins.  She was preceded in death by her father, Harold Kistler.

On Tuesday, November 1, 2022, from 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Laura’s family will greet guests. Followed by a Memorial Service at 7:00 pm at Crowder Funeral Home, 111 E. Medical Center Blvd., Webster, TX 77598.


  1. Laura was one of my first and best friends I made when our family moved to Clear Lake City when I was in 2nd grade. She had such a great sense of humor…just like her mom and dad! I was just thinking about her on Oct 21st (her birthday) and I wish I had reached out to her then. Prayers for her family at this difficult time.

    Megan Bayne
  2. Heartfelt condolences from the Fisher family. I have many childhood memories with our Carbide/West Virginia families. Laura and I were a year apart throughout school and share many mutual friends; she was always so much fun to be around. Love and prayers to you all during this difficult time.♥️🙏🏻

    Cindi Fisher
  3. I am so sorry about the loss of Laura. She is my youngest first cousin. She was always a delightful person to be around. There are so many precious memories. My heart hurts for all the family. I wish you all peace as you grieve your loss. Hugs, Peace, Blessings and Prayers !!
    David Rowland

    David Rowland
  4. My Nana (Laura Fontenot) was the kind of person that you could be sitting in a room with and you’d have a smile on your face. She was the Nicest, Funniest, and Most kind person you’d have ever met. She loved many and many loved her. I will miss you Grandma. – Love Elijah

    Elijah Fontenot
  5. Mom,
    I love you so very much & miss you so much more! So much more than any words could EVER say….You have made so very many people happy, feel loved, inspired & laugh so much throughout the years you were here. I know that we have had our struggles & craziness that mother’s and daughters do but through it ALL you have always believed in me & you NEVER NOT ONCE EVER gave up hope for a better day. I’ve been bettering myself Momma. Im sorry that I wasn’t able to be there but I truly know NOW that you are finally peaceful & safe…up there with God…& for THAT I am forever thankful Mom. It’s okay now Beautiful Angel…I finally have found God, what you’ve always wanted Mom…and I’m 90 days clean & sober. I’m in Elijah’s life now and Beto & I are happier than ever before. I love you forever & ever. Because of YOU, I now have my wings & I’m flying higher than I’ve ever been before!!!! Ur always with me & our love will last FOREVER. Your laughter & our memories replay over n over everyday in my head & I can truly see you & hear you from up there in heaven smiling down on me & Elijah & Cooper. We ALL are ok now Mommy. Just you rest peacefully & we all will see each other again! I love you Mom. I owe it all to you!! I couldn’t ever done it without you…and THATS A FACT! See ya later girlfriend Xoxoxoxo. Love Always, Your daughter Chelsea Elizabeth Fontenot-Nava

    Chelsea Fontenot-Nava

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