In Memory

LouEllen Breuer (McMillian)

LouEllen Breuer (McMillian)

The following information was provided by Ralph Norman:  Louellen Breuer McMillian (October 5th, 1944-May 7, 2016), of Bryan, TX, died from cancer of the liver.  She had been married to Cecial  McMillian from1986-1995.  Louellen was preceded in death by her father, Louis Breuer III and brother,  Louis Breuer IV (RHS 1964).  She is survived by her mother, Elizabeth, her sister, Teresa (RHS 1973) and by a brother,  John. She did not have children.  Cremation was arranged through Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation in Bryan, TX.


You can read LouEllen's profile comments by clicking on the link at the bottom of this page.


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05/11/16 01:45 PM #1    

John Buchanan

The picture above was taken at our 2015 class reunion.  As usual, I was caught with my mouth open!

If you haven't read LouEllen's school and post school story, I encourage you to click the link below and read what she wrote when she set up her profile page.  It is really quite interesting!

John B.

May 11, 2016

05/12/16 01:05 PM #2    

Nancy Smith (Barnes)

John, thank you for encouraging us to read LouEllen's profile.  What an interesting life!  I especially like

the comment at the end!  God Rest Her Soul!

05/16/16 05:13 PM #3    

Janet Biggs (Molpus)

I  am so saddened and shocked to learn of LouEllen's death earlier this month.  I had no idea she was ill.  She was one of my sister's and my running buddies at RHS and we always had so much fun together!  My sister and I had separate classes and schedules.  She (sister, Judy) had her own friends and I had mine but we also had shared friends.  LouEllen was one of the shared friends--never showing patiality to either of us.  She was one of a very few that treated us a individuals instead of part of a "matched set".  Most other folks treated us as though we were "one". LouEllen was unique in so many ways. I'm sure she made many significant changes in the lives of others through her own experiences and will be missed in a big way.  RIP, Louellen!

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