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Celebrating the life of
Sevie Sue Dean
February 05, 1950 - February 19, 2014
Beloved Wife, Mother, Daughter, Sister, Grammy, Aunt & Friend
Services under the direction of:
Bradshaw Carter
(713) 521-0066
No services are scheduled at this time.

It has been many years since I saw your beloved Sevie. I knew her in the dorm at UH; Moody Towers to be exact. I recognized her immediately when I saw her picture in Thursday's paper. We were not close friends; just dorm friends. However, Sevie was such a caring and fun person. She had a good heart and a kind word for others. I especially remember her because of a compliment she gave me. It made my day. I am sorry to hear of her death which is but birth to eternal life. May God's merciful light shine upon her. And, may she ever continue to be a grace to all of your family. She has been made new and whole; she has seen the face of God.

Sylvia Z. Valdez, Katy, TX

Sevie Dean, a resident of Missouri City, Texas, age 64, beloved wife, mother, daughter, sister, grammy, aunt, and friend went home to her Lord on February 19, 2014. Sevie is survived by her husband of 40 years, Bobby J. Dean; son Kelsey and wife Jessica; daughter Sevie “Shel” Nichols and husband Neal Nichols and grandson Dean Nichols; mother Sevie N. Stone; siblings, Steve Stone and wife Wynette, Jim Stone and wife Sharon; sister-in-law Susie Files; numerous nieces, nephews and cousins that she loved dearly.
Sevie was preceded in death by her father Felix W. Stone; mother-in-law Edyce Dean; nephew Steven K. Stone; brother-in-law John W. Dean, and brother-in-law Ken Files.
Sevie met and married the love of her life Bobby in 1973. The other loves of Sevie’s life were her children, Kelsey and Shel. Sevie graduated from The University of Houston in 1972 and began a life-long career in education. Sevie taught for 40 years in the Texas Public School System, thirty of which were spent in Fort Bend ISD. She was blessed with many friends and valued these relationships. She was always there for those who needed her.
Sevie was an incredibly selfless woman who loved her family and friends more than anything in the world. She loved the beach and sports, especially Fightin Texas Aggie Football. She treasured being a wife, mother, grandmother, friend and teacher.
A celebration of Sevie’s life will be held on Sunday, February 23, 2014 at two o’clock in the afternoon at Westbury United Methodist Church in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society and Houston Hospice.

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It has been many years since I saw your beloved Sevie. I knew her in the dorm at UH; Moody Towers to be exact. I recognized her immediately when I saw her picture in Thursday's paper. We were not close friends; just dorm friends. However, Sevie was such a caring and fun person. She had a good heart and a kind word for others. I especially remember her because of a compliment she gave me. It made my day. I am sorry to hear of her death which is but birth to eternal life. May God's merciful light shine upon her. And, may she ever continue to be a grace to all of your family. She has been made new and whole; she has seen the face of God.

Sylvia Z. Valdez, Katy, TX


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