Lois Naomi Guajardo

Lois Naomi Guajardo, 87, resident of Texas City, passed away into the arms of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on November 15, 2023 at her residence. She was surrounded by her loving family.  Lois was born on December 12, 1935 in Clay, West Virginia to Samuel Butcher and Lucy Mae Sharp.

She retired from Texas City ISD after 30+ years of service. She loved to spend her time making her cherished quilts for her family and friends; she enjoyed her weekly shopping trips, and spending time with her family.  She is remembered most for her unconditional love as she loved with all her heart and for her amazing infectious laugh that could brighten your day.

She enjoyed going to church and was a faithful member of the Northside Baptist Church in Texas City, Texas.

Lois is preceded in death by her husband of 58 years, Daniel Guajardo; her grandson, Nito Rene Guajardo; mother, Lucy Mae;  father, Samuel; brothers: Norman, Edward, Benton, Leon, Milton, Elmer, Fred, and Harold Butcher; sisters: Luticha and Mary.

Lois is survived by brother, Aaron Butcher. Her amazing legacy will be carried on by her son: Rene Nito Guajardo (Marcie) of Leakey, TX; daughters Della Hernandez (Mike) of Texas City; Deanna Westmoreland of Texas City and Christina Nickerson (Terry, Sr.) of Texas City and other family left to honor and cherish her memory include 23 grandchildren, 46 great-grandchildren and 5 great-great grandchildren.

A celebration of her life will be held on Saturday, November 18, 2023, at Northside Baptist Church (2801 N. Logan Street, Texas City, TX 77590) with visitation at 10:00am and a service at 11:00am.

Arrangements are under the direction of the James Crowder Funeral Home in La Marque.




  1. An amazingly beautiful soul with so much love in her heart. You have always been a inspiration to everyone around you. You will forever be loved and missed dearly. Give grandpa , uncle zeek and aunt Mary a hug.

    Sabrina Hernandez
  2. I will love you always. You made my mother’s passing easier to bear. I will miss our conversations. Love you

    Lorraine Ellenburg
  3. Aunt Lois touched my family in many ways, she had a wonderful laugh and sense of humor that seemed to be special to the Butcher’s family line. She was a brave woman in her time and I know she will be greatly missed by all of her loved ones. I pray that you find comfort in knowing she is with Almighty God and joining those that passed before her.

    Karen Butcher-Colcol
  4. Cherish all your special memories of your mom; they will sustain you, as you mourn her loss and celebrate her victory as well. May God give peace and comfort to all who loved her dearly.

    Robin Miller
  5. Lois was beautiful inside and out and always had a sweet smile for everyone she greeted! Even though her address has changed and now she is home with Jesus, may her memory live and bring joy to all who loved her! Praying for comfort and peace for the family!❤️

    Belva Bowers

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