Jean Chapman

03/10/1945 –

 04/19/2020

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  • Gathering
Date: 04/23/2020
Time: 5:30 pm
 – 7:00 pm

Obituary

Imo Jean Jones Chapman passed peacefully at her home surrounded by family on April 19, 2020. On Thursday, April 23, 2020, from 5:30 pm until 7:00 pm, the family will receive friends under the guidelines of the city officials at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers. On this obituary tribute page, you are encouraged to watch her life tribute and sign a virtual guest book by selecting the icon. Below her obituary is a place for you to leave your memories and expressions of sympathy.

Jean Chapman was born on March 10, 1945, to Fred and Violet Jones in Floydada, Texas. She was a proud graduate of Floydada High School, who continued her education at Jessie Lee’s Beauty School of Design. She utilized her education, priding herself on making many women feel beautiful. She later joined her husband in serving the cotton farming industry of Texas.

She married Tommy Chapman on November 20, 1965, in Plainview, Texas. She was a devoted and caring wife who worked side-by-side with Tommy both in the cotton industry and in raising their three daughters: Tammy, Toni, and Tina. Their marriage of 54 years was defined by love, togetherness and fun and was a shining example for others who knew them. Jean’s good nature and dedication to her family made her an ideal Mother and Maw-Maw.

Everyone who came into contact with Jean quickly realized they were not a stranger. She was quick to laugh and share a story. She loved fiercely and would go out of her way to help anyone in need. Jean was a fighter, showing remarkable strength when she beat breast cancer in 2017. Her favorite pastimes included weekly Bingo games with Tommy, traveling and spending time with her grandchildren.

Survivors include husband, Tommy Chapman; three daughters, Tammy Williams of Lubbock, Texas, Toni Chapman, and Tina Russell, both of Shallowater, TX; seven grandchildren, Jordy Williams and wife, Rachel, of Chicago, IL, Macie Williams of Lubbock, TX, Averi and Arynn Hutcherson of Shallowater, TX, Sarah Russell of Dallas, TX, Anna Russell of Shallowater, TX, and Jacob Russell of Austin, TX; brother, Wayland Jones, and wife, Margaret, of Floydada, TX; as well as many other family and friends.

Jean was preceded in death by parents, Fred and Violet Jones; brother, James Jones; and sister, Ann Polasek.

Memorials

The family of Jean Chapman has designated the Inside Out Foundation, 4630 50th Street, Unit 500, Lubbock, Texas 79414, for memorial contributions donated in her memory to care for other women diagnosed with breast cancer.

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6 thoughts on “Jean Chapman”

  1. Colleen LeClair-Smith

    Rest in peace sweet Jean. Tommy and Jean have been so special to Jeff and I…like our own parents actually. Thank you Jean for being such a sweet and loving person to the Smith family. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this time.

  2. Such an amazing woman. She will be dearly missed for her smile and compassion. Prayers for comfort and peace for the family. We know Jean has found both in her Father’s arms. Cathy Foley

  3. Jean was a true friend to our family. Her love and care for Mother was a blessing to us. Her tender spirit and joy have stayed with me through the years.

  4. You will be missed my sweet friend.Such sweet memories raising our children together
    in Friona !! Ive always admired you and Tommy’s love for each other….a joyful couple !!
    Love this family,
    Gloria

  5. Jean was an amazing woman who touched the lives of many. She was a second mom to me and I will always treasure the time I spent with her Tommy growing up. I was always welcome at their home and they treated me like one of their own. Jean will always hold a special place In my heart and I will miss her. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time and I hope your fond memories of her will bring you all peace and comfort. Love you all, Tonya

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