After the war they returned to Livingston and she returned to working in retail.Many customers relied upon her opinion in purchasing fine clothing at the dress shop she managed for the Davis family.And when new babies arrived in the new marriage, Boots and her brother Lee Douglas welcomed each of them as each sibling was born to the home and assisted in rearing them.She loved telling stories about the first new siblings, a set of twins, and their adventures and misadventures in caring for them.Preceding her in death were her father and mother; her stepfather; her brother, Lee Douglas Acuff; her first husband, James Puckett and her second husband, Harwell Cooper and her step-siblings, Elsie Belcher, Lucille Diamond, Clay Smith, Haskell Smith, Vesta Mc Bride and Hubert Smith. Two siblings, Norma Jean Hancock and Jimmy Ray Smith, both of Livingston, survive her.
Andy and Wanda's generosity and unconditional love was endless, hosting foreign exchange students from all over the world, Steak Nights, Movie Nights and many memorable vacations and weekends at the family farm. He and his wife moved to Houston when his health failed in 2013. Cochran Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. SNOOK LIVINGSTON -- Funeral services for Lucile Wiggins Snook, 88, of Livingston were held Thursday, Dec. She is preceded in death by her parents; son, Jay V.
In that stoic determination that she had developed while growing up in a large family in a log cabin, she met adversity and did not flinch.
She toiled diligently to carry on without her business partner and husband.
Donations may be made to the Boy Scouts of America, National Kidney Foundation or South Main Baptist Church. Michael Wood; son, Victor May; grandchildren, Randy and Aggie Creel, Adrienne Creel, Amy and Brian Oliver, Jeff Mitchell, Emily and John Timpani, Tim and Maggie Wood, Casey May and Rachel May and great-grandchildren, Jacob and Tasha Creel, Danielle Creel, JJ Oliver and Riley Oliver, John Caleb Timpani, David Timpani and Stephen Timpani. and Monica; grandson and wife, Billy Snook and Laura; great-grandchildren, Cody and Taylor Ross, Allie Botello, Dylan and Ryan Snook, Jenna and William Snook, Logan and wife Amber and Colton Clary; great-great-granddaughter, Elaina Clary; sister-in-law, Nanette Daic; brothers-in-law, George Snook and Gerald Snook and wife Clara; numerous other relatives and friends. 18, 2014 in Lufkin with his wife Janette at his side. He later met his future wife and to this union there were three children, two of whom preceded him in death.
A private gathering for family and friends will be held in the spring of 2015. Klein Funeral Home, Houston, was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Tommy Ray Snook Jr., Billy Lloyd Snook, Kevin Snook, Logan Clary, Colton Clary and Mack Ross. After leaving the Army, he moved to California and worked as a me-chanic for United Airlines. (now AT&T), where he was employed for 27 years, including a short tenure with another phone company in Columbus, Ohio.