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Champion Jr., Louis Thomas

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September 25, 1956 - July 30, 2020

Champion Jr., Louis Thomas

Louis Thomas Champion Jr. of Dallas, Texas passed away on Thursday, July 30, 2020 at the age of 63.

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Ron Hall

December 16, 2020 11:44AM

Tammy,I meant to say that Tommy played the lead role of Charlie Brown, and he was masterful! All of us choir kids are deeply saddened and want you to know that we are all here fir you at any time. Ron

Ron Hall

December 15, 2020 6:12PM

Wendy, Tommy and I were best friends and were inseparable during our first two year at TR. We spent every possible moment together, including the weekends. He was Snoopy, I was Schroeder. He was best plebe, I was worst plebe, and on it went. I am so terribly crushed to hear of his passing and will now have an empty space in heart. I always figured we would reconnect at some point and and heartbroken to think that this will not happen. Please let us know if we can do anything. He and Art Winden have truly built up the Heavenly Choir. Our sincere love to you and your family.


August 07, 2020 11:18AM

Dear Wendy and Family,

Tom was my friend for nearly 30 years at Mary Kay. I feel the world has lost a truly wonderful person. He was such a gentleman, kind, upstanding, trustworthy, soft-spoken and gentle. He had such a wonderful singing voice and a great sense of humor. His loss truly leaves a hole in my heart. Please treasure your memories and may you find peace and comfort in them. I am praying that the Lord blesses you and takes you into his arms during this time.


August 06, 2020 10:29AM

I can not imagine my life without calling Tom, or emailing him, regarding my Mary Kay. He was the most amazing man I have ever worked with. My life meant something because he was a part of my MK Career. To his family, treasure your memories with him, for he was so special to all of us in the Mary Kay world.