Sally and Leonard Tudor, Graduation dinner @ Cheddar’s in League City, Texas, 26 March 2009 (my favorite pic of us)
Sally and Leonard Tudor, and Jean Linderman Frederick Mancill @ Sally’s Graduation from ITT Technical Institute-Webster, dinner @ Cheddar’s in League City, Texas, 26 March 2009
|Birth:||Jun. 7, 1956
|Death:||Feb. 4, 2018
|The “Love of my Life”. Len passed away this morning at home, Houston, Harris, Texas. Len suffered with C.H.F. and Diabetes for years. He was a real fighter for over 61 years. Len and me survived Hurricane Harvey together. He did not become bedridden until November 1, 2017 after a long hard battle with his congestive heart failure.
His heart was already failing with his C.H.F. before Hurricane Harvey, and then they had no bed for him in any hospital! He suffered and bled for three days with infected and oozing sores on his legs and foot, sleeping in his flooded wheelchair at the George Brown Convention Center until they finally had a bed from him at Ben Taub Hospital. Len had to go back and forth to hospitals many times after the hurricane due to his injuries, his Diabetes and his Congestive Heart Failure. We survived three months in a hotel paid for by FEMA until our home could be repaired.
Len loved his family, woodworking, wood carving, and fishing with his family. He made many things for me and our home. He loved singing and playing his guitar for me and others. He was good with his hands, and he hated it when his diseases progressed so much that he could not use his hands to carve anymore.
God answered our prayers, and he was able to come home and spend his last Christmas with me and Baby. He passed away at home like he had wanted to on Sunday, February 4, 2018.
Married: 27 January 2006 in Houston, Harris, Texas. He leaves the “Love of his Life” his wife, Sally Ann Frederick Tudor, of Houston, Harris, Texas, and his Baby dog “BooBoo”. Our puppy was our baby. We had no children. Len had one step son, Jason Fallin of Houston, Harris, Texas.
This is not us of course, but it was one of my favorite pics and it embodied how Len treated me and made me feel special and loved.
Len was a “good old country boy”, and he loved his family dearly, and cried and told me that he did not want to leave me and Baby. It broke my heart to see him so miserable. I told him that me and Baby did not want him to leave us either. We told each other everyday that we loved each other. We kissed goodnight every night. He has not even been gone twenty four hours yet, and I miss him terribly. I can’t stand to look at his empty room. I am trying to get that image out of my head of him miserable and grasping for air. I understand now why mother never remarried after my step dad died ten years before she did. I don’t ever want to go through that pain again.
We found out today that we cannot afford services, they want 5, 000. to 6, 000. for everything that we want even with the cheapest casket. So, my sister is negotiate with the funeral home, and see how cheap we can go with maybe just cremation. My family is broke they have spent thousands on fixing our home, so that we could come home. Len was home for Christmas because of them. I have no money! I have the plot already, but that won’t cover any of the other charges. I am in turmoil now. Praying for God to direct me. So, there will be no formal services for him, but we as a family will have a graveside memorial for him instead. We need to come up with the money to have him cremated. Somehow, someway God will provide.
Leonard was a son of Annie Mae (McCann) Tudor and Donald Wayne Tudor of Uvalde, Texas formerly of Stephenville, Erath, Texas. His father preceded him in death. His mother survives him along with his brothers, Steve Anthony Morgan, Donald Raymond Tudor, and sister Anita Corrine (Spurgeon) Tudor.
|Created by: Texas Tudors
Record added: Feb 04, 2018
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