Lola Irene Campbell Eason

Lola Irene Eason passed from this life on Friday, July 19, 2013 with her family at her Eason obitbedside at Odyssey Hospice Center in Lubbock, Texas.

Mrs. Eason has joined her husband, Rev. Roy Eason who arrived in heaven in 2003 and was there to meet her with her parents, 2 brothers and 1 sister.

Mrs. Eason was a licensed Assemblies of God minister who held a tremendous knowledge of the Bible.  She made sure she read through it at least once each year.  She was a Sunday School teacher and Sectional Leader of the East Plains Women’s Ministries for several years.

Mrs. Eason served faithfully beside her beloved husband in ministry for over 60 years.  They pastored and worked to keep small churches open and building them.

Mrs. Eason was born to John and Sadie Campbell on August 8, 1922st 8, 1922
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in Wapanucka, Oklahoma.   She saw her husband across the church in Estaline, Texas during her teen years and went home and told her parents he was the one she’d marry.  On September 28, 1940, she married the man of her dreams.  Rev. Eason had made the same statement to his mother.

It is told they never kissed or even held hands during their yearlong courtship until after they were married.

Mrs. Eason was known for her knowledge of the Bible and prayer life by both ministers and lay-people throughout the West Texas District.  She was an avid cook and gracious host to all who knocked upon her door. 

Missionaries from around the world looked forward to the large home cooked meals she would prepare for them during their visits in the Eason home.

Mrs. Eason was a missionary at heart.  She ministered the Word of God through song and word even on her death bed.  She touched the lives of all she came in contact with.

She loved to laugh and cherished her  children whom she leaves behind: John and his wife Carole from Bastrop, Texas; Beth Jones and her husband Mark of Seagraves, Texas; and Dee Dee Cain and her husband Donald from Lewisville, Texas and 7 grandchildren, and 11 great-grandchildren, and 1 great-great-grandson.

The family would like to especially thank her caregiver for many years Brenda Robbins and her two sons for becoming a part of the family.  She was faithful to serve her and Mrs. Eason loved her like a daughter.

Services will include visitation from 1pm to 8pm on Sunday.  The family will receive friends from 5pm to 6pm on Sunday.  A celebration service of her life will be shared with all and officiated by District Superintendent Glen Beever and Rev. L.D. Hinson at 2pm on Monday at Seagraves First Assembly of God.  Graveside services in Childress, Texas on Tuesday at 11am.

The family entrusted the care of their loved one to Mark A Jones Funeral Directors of Seagraves, Texas.

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One Response to Lola Irene Campbell Eason

  1. Nelda Gregory says:

    Lola was my husband’s aunt. Our whole family benefited from her prayers and ministry.
    Lola’s prayers will keep on being answered, one will be on Sept.14,2013. My grandson will be married to a marvelous Christian girl. Just a few miles from the A/G denomination headquarters in Springfield, Mo. Rev. and Mrs Eason will join the ranks of the Faithful
    early A/G Leadership. Only a few know of the sacrifice they made to be used of the Lord. Foregoing many of the necessities of living that we all take for granted. But you would not know it by their graceful style of life. The fruit they bore will be worldwide when the Rewards in Heaven are made known. They were faithful in SO many things, they will reign over vast domains.They were Blessed and so many were blessed by them. To God be the Glory, they shall wear a crown, indeed! They have overcome, they have fought the good fight, and they are VICTORIOUS! Praise the Name of God, The Father, Jesus,The Son, and The Holy Ghost! Amen

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