Elouise faithfully visited the sick, the homebound, people in nursing facilities and those who needed companionship. She took religious magazines, Sunday School quarterlies and small containers of food to those without family and who were living alone. On Oct. 15, 1994, she was ordained one of the first lady deacons at Trinity Baptist Church. Elouise was a humble servant of the Lord Jesus and was a wonderful role model for her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, all of whom she was exceedingly proud. Always ready to give God praise for her blessings, she personified the love of God in her kindness, generosity, acceptance, gentleness and amazing smile. Such joy came from the Spirit of God living in her even in her last days with all her physical and mental disabilities.
Elouise is survived by her daughters, Josephine Katherine (Kay) Ingram and Janis Elouise McCaffrey (Patrick Brice) of San Antonio; her grandchildren, Jennifer McCaffrey Pederson (Scott) of Sommerville, Julie Elizabeth Ingram, of New York City, Jason Leon Kallina (Kristi) of San Marcos, Patrick Casey McCaffrey (Alicia) of Little Elm, James Kallina Ingram (Kay) of College Station, Cameron Shaw Ingram of San Antonio, Shannon Laura Ingram Bourland (Layne Russell) of Austin, Melissa Sue Kallina of Austin, and Patrick Albert Kallina (Megan) of Omaha, Neb.; great-grandchildren, Casey Lynn and Ty Durham Pederson, Travis James Kallina, Toj, Payton and Trent Mora, Preston Blake and Garrett Donald McCaffrey, Zachary Tanner Johnson and Jordan Elizabeth Ingram, Elliot Josephine and Tristan James Ingram, Payton Layne and Presley Elizabeth Bourland and James Arthur Kallina; as well as nieces, nephews and cousins, all who knew her and felt her love and great generosity.
Memorial gifts may be made to Cooperative Baptist Fellowship Global Mission Offering, c/o Trinity Baptist Church, 319 E. Mulberry, San Antonio, TX 78212, or the charity of your choice.
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