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Donald Ray LeVrier
November 21, 1932 - June 28, 2006



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Jennifer and Paul TownsenTom and Jan LeVrier
Ben & Vanita BuchananCheryl Goodman
Jack MobleyB. F. (Bill) Cunningham Houston Firefighter Retire
Greg & Christine LummusJean McDonald
Johnny KlotzKay and Harris Forbes
Marvin MiddaughRob Perkins
Wayne, Yvonne, Casey & Kelsey McBrydeAl Horton
Clayton and Willie UlrichJames W. White MD
Jim BlackbirdMelinda & Larry Keller
Mickey & Juli MiddaughRandall and Rosa Lee Smart
Ron & Blanca BrumbleSharen Lummus
Walt & CJ LeppDavid & Alesia LeVrier and Alex, Sam and Zach
Terry, Jana, Garrett and Grant GunterBradley LeVrier
Cliff & Phyliss GannGreg Longe
Ilene AllenLEWIS & BOBBIE PRICE
LEWIS & BOBBIE PRICELEWIS & BOBBIE PRICE
Neil DouglasTerry and Jim Wykowski
Toni and Tony Slesinski

 

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By: Cheryl Goodman Jul 5, 2006
I remember well when I first met this wonderful man that would marry my sister. He was large as life, good looking and most importantly was willing to have me and my twin sister Sharen tag along on dates every now and then. As we all grew older and had children of our own it became very clear that Don was not only a good leader, father, husband but a Christian man who was willing to share his belief in God with others. He would talk for hours to my dear mother and today as I sit here typing this they are in heaven happily rejoicing. He had earned many crowns here on earth and now his reward he has received. None of us who are living know that reward but if he could come to tell us he would say trust in God today and give your life to him and share in the joy of your salvation. All we have to do is ask and we will receive. Yes, he will be missed here in our earthly home but he has a new body now and no pain or suffering just joy. I do miss that human connection but am so thankful to know he is with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
By: Jack Mobley Jul 5, 2006
"Captain Levrier" was my first officer as a paid firefighter, at the young age of 18 and nervous about my first assignment I couldn't have asked for a better person to teach me. He not only was a great fire officer but a great man as well. He taught me alot of things about the fire service but more importantly he taught me about life, what a great person. I am sorry for your loss but i happen to know where he is and i know we will see him again. God Bless.
By: LEWIS C. PRICE Jul 3, 2006
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO READ ABOUT DON LeVRIER, READ I THESSALONIANS 2: 10-13. THE APOSTLE PAUL WROTE ABOUT HIMSELF. BUT IT COULD APPLY TO DON LeVRIER ALSO. I. YOU ARE HIS WITNESS. VS 10, (II.) DON WAS HONEST, STRAIGHT FORWARD, AND ABOVE REPROACH. VS. 10 (III.) HE EXHORTED, COMFORTED, AND CHARGED EVERYONE, (IV.) AS A FATHER DOES HIS CHILDREN. (V) GOD CALLED HIM TO BE A GIDEON. VS 12-13 (VI) GOD CALLED DON HOME TO HEAVEN VS12 "WHO HATH CALLED YOU UNTO HIS KINGDOM AND GLORY." I LOVED DON. I WAS HIS BIBLE TEACHER AND HE WAS MY

SUBSTITUTE. I WAS WITH HIM IN GIDEONS. HE WAS AN EXCELLENT WORKER FOR OUR LORD. I WILL MISS HIM.

LEWIS C. PRICE
By: Marvin Middaugh Jul 2, 2006
I had the privilege of having Don as my brother-in-law for 29 years. He is in the top 5 of the greatest Christians I have ever known. He was instrumental in my salvation through his witness and keen knowledge of the scriptures. I am certain that our Lord welcomed him with open arms and that Don is rejoicing in his heavenly reward now and forever.
By: Jean McDonald Jul 2, 2006
David Levrier and Family,

Please accept our heartfelt sympathy on the passing of your Dad. He is on his journey to be greated by the arms of our loving Father in Heaven. May God bless you and your family at this time.

In Friendship,

Jean McDonald and Family
By: Bill Cunningham Jul 2, 2006
Dear Peggy,



I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Don. I remember well I attended his ordination as a deacon and worked in the fire department with him with great pleasure for many years. I visited him in the Conroe fire station several years ago and was delighted that he remained with the same Christian attitude and gentlemanly character that I had always known. Please accept our sincerest sympathies at the passing of our dear friend.



Sincerely,



Bill Cunningham
By: Greg Lummus Jul 2, 2006
Dear Aunt Peggy and family:

We are sorry to hear of the passing of Uncle Don. May he rest in peace and his soul carry the spirit of his love as husband, father, and friend to the place where we all wish to be. God bless you Aunt Peggy. I hope you will always remember the best times.

Love,

Greg, Christine, Madison, and Sarah Lummus
By: John Plant Jul 2, 2006
As a rookie firefighter in 1983 Don took me under his wing and tought me everything I needed to know to protect the citizens of Conroe, as well as myself, and along the way he became a great friend who I greatly miss. One of his rules in the firehouse was "You don't discuss religion or politics", but we did anyway, and I learned that Don was a greatly religious man, and in private we would talk for hours about his love for his wife, children and his church.

"Captain", "Chief", I will miss you.
By: Jim Blackbird Jul 1, 2006
Don was a fine man who worked hard and loved his family. I will miss him and his counsel. It seems that in the short time span that I knew Don that I could always learn somthing that I had not thought about because Don had gone through the problem before. Don's struggle to leave this life is testimony to his strength and his love for all he knew. What a great guy and I will always miss him. My world will be dimmer now, but Don's new world will be much brighter.
By: Sharen Lummus Jul 1, 2006
I am so thankful that Don came into our family. He was a wonderful soulmate for my sister. He made her life happy and fulfilled. He loved our mother dearly and she loved him. His children (David, Stephen, Michael & Susan) were blessed to have had Don for a father. Don was a GOOD Christian -- he not only talked-the-talk; he walked-the-walk. Everyone that knew him respected him and his presence will be missed.
By: Julie Baecker Jul 1, 2006
I had the honor of working with Don LeVrier at the Conroe Fire Department. He was a wonderful friend and co-worker. His integrity was unquestionable, and his values and faith were always evident. He was a true family man who loved to talk about his wife, Peggy, and their children. I am fortunate to have known him.
By: Greg Longe Jun 30, 2006
I would just like to express my sympathy to the entire Levrier family and to let you know that im deeply saddened by your loss. From what i know of Donald,through David, he was a good man with a strong christian faith. A faith that i'm sure has put him right where he wanted to be and that is with our lord and savior,jesus christ.On behalf of myself and my family here in N.Y. our deepest condolences to your entire family.

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