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Celebrating the life of
Lucie Wray Todd
September 26, 1931 - October 13, 2016
Services under the direction of:
Bradshaw Carter
(713) 521-0066
  • Memorial Service
  • 10:30am - Monday, October 24, 2016
  • Christ Church Cathedral
  • 1117 Texas Ave. (Map)
    Houston, TX 77002

  • 713-222-2593

Lucie was a role-model and friend to all the neighbors. She was the hostess extraordinaire and the master of witty repartee. She told me once that she thought she had been born into a Golden Era and I would like to say back to her, as she often said to me ... "Yea-uss". Fare thee well, Lucie. I miss you. We will all miss you.

Jan Cato, Houston, TX

Lucie Wray Todd passed away peacefully on October 13, 2016 in Houston, Texas.

Born in Houston in 1931 to Margaret and Andrew Jackson Wray, she attended the Kinkaid School, Chatham Hall and Smith College. Committed to life-long learning, she was active with the Houston Seminar, the Discussion Group, and the Women’s Institute. Deeply concerned about the environment, she invested her time and resources in many conservation causes, individually and through the Wray Charitable Trust and Magnolia Charitable Trust. As well, Ms. Todd was long engaged in land stewardship, cattle operations, and fun with dogs in Colorado and Fayette Counties.

She is survived by her children, Emily Leland Todd and David Anderson Todd, her daughter-in-law, Wendy Price Todd, her grandchildren, Hannah Frances Todd and Margaret Rebecca Todd, and her long-time friend and chief of happy parties and serious business affairs, Ellen Taylor Leemann.

A memorial service will be held at Christ Church Cathedral, 1117 Texas Avenue, at 10:30 A.M. on October 24, with a reception to follow at a location to be announced. A private burial will take place at Glenwood Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that gifts be made to the Cullinan Park Conservancy, Houston Audubon Society, the International Crane Foundation, or to the charity of your choice.

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Lucie was a role-model and friend to all the neighbors. She was the hostess extraordinaire and the master of witty repartee. She told me once that she thought she had been born into a Golden Era and I would like to say back to her, as she often said to me ... "Yea-uss". Fare thee well, Lucie. I miss you. We will all miss you.

Jan Cato, Houston, TX

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