Teresa Ann Hutto
Teresa Ann Hutto of Lufkin was born November 14, 1952, in Freeport, Texas, the daughter of the Betty (Walker) Hogue and Drue Hogue. She passed away after a very brave battle with cancer on Saturday, January 26, 2008. She was only 55 years old.
Teresa worked for several local area newspapers. She truly enjoyed all aspects of the newspaper business, from writing the articles to building ads. She also worked for TDCJ, where she met life-long friends, Sue Briley and Linda Hogue. Teresa was a homemaker, beloved wife, a loving mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, aunt and niece. She was a member of Crosstimbers Cowboy Church of Lufkin.
Teresa is survived by her husband, Dennis Hutto; her three children--son, Robert Thomas, Jr., and wife Yarissa of Hanahan, South Carolina, daughter, Shana Derouen and husband Gerald of Point Blank, Texas, and daughter, Ashley Hearrell and husband Cory of Tennessee Colony, Texas; her mother, Betty Hogue Anderson and her brother Tony Coleman, both of Lufkin; as well as numerous cousins, aunts, uncles, friends and a niece and nephew. She has twelve grandchildren: Dana Thomas, Caryn Thomas, Claudia Thomas, Christopher Thomas, Matthew Thomas, Kaylee Miley, Adam Reed, Jr., Ayanna Derouen, Courtney Hearrell, Colten Hearrell, Cody Hearrell and Chase Hearrell. She has two brothers-in-law, Chester Hutto and wife Leta of Center, Kevin Hutto and wife Sheri of Center, and father-in-law, Bruce (Lefty) Faulk of Center. Her Godfather is Doyle McCary of Center, Texas.
Teresa was preceded in death by her father, Drue Hogue; grandparents, Odis and Thelma Walker, and Fulton and Lona Bell Hogue; mother-in-law, Margie Faulk; and father-in-law, Bucky Hutto.
She leaves behind many special friends and family including cousins, Mona Bowlin and Jeanette Parham, and friends from all around the Houston area, especially Teresa's childhood friend, Diane Connor of Diboll, Texas.
Teresa will also be missed by her family pets, "Bruiser" her toy poodle and "Barney" her beagle/basset mix.
Pallbearers will be Tommy Walker, Andy Bailey, Chester Hutto, Kevin Hutto, Michael Bowlin and Sandy Johnson.
Services for Teresa will be held at 12:00 Noon Tuesday, January 29, 2008, in the Gipson Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Ford Adkins and Bro. Michael Brittain officiating. Graveside services will follow at 3:00 p.m. Tuesday, in the New Hope Cemetery in Center, Texas.
The family would like to thank the staff of Nacogdoches Medical Center ICU for their caring and compassion during Teresa's last days. A special thank you to Dr. Ventura and Dr. Cagle for all their care and personal touch.
Gipson Funeral Home; Joni Johnson, director