Billie Louise Hall Cameron was born April 7, 1926 in Lamesa, Texas. The third of four children born to Mae (Dawson) and Lonnie Hall. Predeceased are her Mother and Father, sisters - Lena Mae Hall and Sue (Hall) Williams, brother – Robert Lee Hall, husbands – William W. (Bill) Davis, Jr., and Owen E. Cameron, Jr., and stepdaughter – Connie (Cameron) Aunis. Survivors are children – Carol (Davis) Landry and Stefani (Davis) and Steven R. Gantt, grandchildren are – Kendra (Munoz) and Richie Epperson, Stephen R. Braden, Jr., Crystal (Munoz) and Kent Guidry, Luis (Dusty) Munoz, great-grandchildren are: Blake and Devon Steffenauer, Alex Steffenauer, Kaitlyn Lane, Maygen Lane, Hunter Brown, Cody and Haley Milam, Brandi Epperson, great great-granddaughters – Addison Steffenauer and Heather Milam, great great-grandsons – Knox Steffenauer and Davie (Epperson) Brock, stepchildren – Nils Aunis, Peggy (Cameron) and Vincent Haleck, Brenda (Cameron) Brown, Mark and Kirstine Cameron, numerous step-grandchildren and great-grandchildren, and special nieces – Sim Williams and Kim Williams Mahaffey, and numerous special friends.
During WWII Billie was a Link Trainer Instructor at Williams Field, Chandler, Arizona. Then she was an Aircraft Mechanic… “Rosie the Riveter” – at Boeing’s Seattle, Washington facility. She helped build the last B-17 that rolled off the assembly line in Seattle and then started building B-29s.
She was an avid traveler, having gone to all 50 states, Europe, Asia, Africa, Fiji, Samoa, American Samoa, Canada, Mexico, south America, and numerous Caribbean Islands. Often asked, “what is your favorite?” The reply always was “Where I am at the moment”
Billie was employed by Humble Pipeline, Houston, in 1952 as a Telephone Operator, worked at various Houston locations, Baytown refinery, Enjay Chemical Company in Baytown, New York, and Houston, and retired in 1981 from the Baytown Olefins Plant as General Services Supervisor.
She was a lifelong Methodist and a member of Cedar Bayou Grace United Methodist Church.
The family will receive friends from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m., with funeral services at 11:00 a.m., Friday, May 13, 2022, at the Crespo & Jirrels Funeral Home Chapel with interment following at Grandview Cemetery in Pasadena.
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