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Stephanie Lynn Delahoussaye

Stephanie Lynn Delahoussaye, 55, returned to her heavenly home on November 7, 2020.

She was born on March 1, 1965 to her loving parents Glenn and Betty Bullock.

Stephanie is survived by her loving husband Phillip Delahoussaye; her parents, Glenn and Betty Bullock of Sour Lake Texas; Daughter April Davis of Liberty Texas; Son Trenton Delahoussaye of Virginia Beach, Virginia; Brother Daryl Bullock and wife Diana of Sour Lake Texas; Sister Wendy Carouthers of Sour Lake Texas; Grandsons Kamren Monceaux and Leland Lichota of Liberty Texas; Nephew Christopher Carouthers of Bon Weir Texas; Niece Courtney Carouthers of Saratoga Texas; her Uncle Michael Parker and Aunt Gillie Parker of Yantis Texas; and many other family members whom she loved dearly.

A private family memorial will be held at a later date. 

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I met her when I was around 13 she was always very sweet to me. She was a kind soul she will be missed. Sincerely Russell Davis

Russell Davis Nov 12 2020 12:00 AM

Growing up Steph was all about horses! I was afraid of them and she talked me in to just going to the fence to see that they would not hurt me. Well I found the courage and went for it. We got to the fence and one horse immediately zoned in on me and started walking towards me to greet me, so sweet huh? NOT!! Before I knew it he was trying to eat my hair! She made him stop and she laughed so hard at me. I never went back to that fence!
As children we were pretty darn close and I always enjoyed hanging out with her. She was so full of life and love and she always made sure you knew you were loved. Gonna miss our back and forth pickin! Until we meet again my sweet cousin!

Kimberly Lyons Nov 11 2020 12:00 AM

I remember going to church at daisetta UPC with her and riding around Saratoga, tx singing in back of my truck with some of our youth group. She always had joke's and was a very great friend.

Benjamin whittington Nov 11 2020 12:00 AM

Mama what can I say I miss you so much soooooooooo much. There are so many memories I can share I can't think of just 1. Fly high my sweet Angel until I see you again I love you mama

April Davis Nov 10 2020 12:00 AM

Oh ainee, still so young and full of spunk. I will miss your smile, and your laugh the most! your laugh was contagious and so full of joy it made everyone happy who heard it. Not to mention teaching my kids all the LSU chants knowing fair well they was gonna get it when they got home lol. So many memories and not enough time. We love you and will miss you daily.

Courtney Carouthers Nov 10 2020 12:00 AM

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