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Teresa Lea Boulanger Blue

Teresa Lea Boulanger Blue was born Jan. 13, 1954 in Pawhuska, Okla. to Eugene and Frances Boulanger. She was a devoted and loving wife to her husband, Bill, for nearly 41 years.

She was the most amazing, supportive mother to her three children, Jason, Krista and Matthew. In 1997, Bill and Teresa made their home together in Brazoria, Texas.

The celebration of Teresa’s life were to be held at Baker Funeral Home in West Columbia, Texas on Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2013 at 2 p.m. with a graveside service being held in the spring where she will be buried next to her son, Chet, in Boulanger, Okla.

From her big hair, to her big personality and her big smile, anyone who met her knew what a wonderful woman she was. She had a kind, caring and a welcoming spirit. She was an immediate friend and “Mom” to all her children’s friends. She was Bill’s favorite cook and her children’s biggest fan. She was a shoulder to cry on, an ear when you just needed someone to listen but would chase you around the house with the flyswatter or a wooden spoon when you needed it.

Teresa worked at Prosperity Bank for 11 years and retired with Bill in 2009. Together they enjoyed camping with their multitude of friends, traveling, and spend time together. Teresa had an overwhelming love for her grandchildren and was known to them as Granny. She had an amazing passion and talent as a seamstress. She sewed for her entire family including herself. Making clothes, bedding and even toys for her grandchildren brought her the most joy.

Teresa was preceded in death by her son, Chester Eugene Blue.

She is survived by her husband, Bill, her son, Jason and wife, Laurel; and grandsons, Braxton and Boulanger of Austin, Texas; daughter Krista of San Antonio; son Matt and granddaughter Savanah of Sweeny, Texas; her parents Eugene and Frances Boulanger of Pawhuska; and her sisters, Linda Boulanger of Dewey, Okla. and Jacquelin Boulanger of Pawhuska.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you consider making a charitable donation in Teresa’s name to the American Heart Association or the American Diabetes Association.

Services are under the direction of Baker Funeral Home in West Columbia, 634 S. Columbia Dr. 77486 (979) 345-3232. Online condolences may be left for the family by signing the guestbook at www.bakerfuneralhome.net.

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