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JULY 28, 1963  •  JUNE 21, 2016

Teresa Lynne Ewell-Morales passed away peacefully on June 21st, 2016, at the age of 53. She is the daughter of James (Doc) Ewell and Betty Lou Roach Ewell. She was born on July 28th, 1963.

Teresa attended Lakeview Elementary School, Sugar Land Middle School and graduated from Dulles High School in 1982. She attended several junior colleges and had certification in Child Development. Terri loved children and worked at several pre-schools in the area. Since her father was a trainer for the Astros, she spent many years with her family cheering for the Astros in the Astrodome. Each year she knew the names and numbers of every player. Country music was her favorite and she even had her picture taken with George Strait.

Those left to mourn her passing are her mother, Betty Ewell; her brother, Bob Ewell and his wife Terrie; her daughter, Cydne Morales; her nephew, Billy Ewell and his wife Zandra; her niece Journey Ewell; her niece, Taryn Ewell Keene; and her many friends and co-workers.

Preceding her in death are her father, James (Doc) Ewell; her husband, Lalo Morales; and her daughter Jaymeelou Ewell Morales.

Her family wishes to especially acknowledge those friends who loved and cared for her: Jackie Kuebeonka; Dr. Allen Klein; Dr. Patel; the staff of Star of Hope; and the staff of Rittington House.

A memorial service will be held at Sugar Land First United Methodist Church on July 7th, 2016 at 2pm. Memorial remembrances may be made to the Sugar Land First United Methodist Church, the School for Little Children; to the Star of Hope; or to the charity of your choice.

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