Octavia Jo Windon “Mick Blackcat”
Our beloved Octavia Jo “Mick Blackcat” Windon went home to her Heavenly Father on February 2, 2019.
She had just celebrated her 63rd birthday on July 20, 2019 with her husband, of forty -seven years, Albert Windon.
Born in Port Arthur, Texas she was the daughter of Florence and Zebedee Johnson.
She was educated in PAISD, home of the Lincoln Bumble Bee’s. She spent most of her working career as the deli manager of Judice Market. The latter part of her life was spent as an avid homemaker. Where she opened up her home to a host of her family.
She was a member of Israel Chapel United Methodist Church, Rev. Theo Mays, Pastor.
She enjoyed the laughter of her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
She will be missed for her feisty character, her love for cooking and the comfort she provided for all those in need. At thanksgivings, everyone knew who made what dressing. The spices in her gumbo and boudin left you wanting more. She will be forever in our hearts.
She is preceded in death by her parents Florence and Zebedee Johnson, her name sake aunt, Octavia “Bay Bay” Fruge Ivory, sister Patricia Fruge Robbins (Bea). Along with influential in-laws, Leroy and Pearl Windon.
She is survived by her spouse Albert Windon, children James Paul Windon, Kesha Wndon, Kizzy Alexander/Sam, Shiron Windon/Blanca, grandchildren, Jasmine, Justice and Theron Lewis, Nateisha Johnson, Teranecia and Tionna Provost, Watkins Jackson, Jaden and Shironi Windon, great grand-children Javen and Jayshawn Thompson, Jolilia Como and Lena Lewis. Her only surviving aunt, Emma Jean “Skippy” Fruge Haggar, siblings: Loretta Douglas (Googi), Elnora Moore (Noe), Debra Henton (Deb), Paulette Johnson, Robert Johnson, Darryl Johnson (Fluff), Anthony Johnson (Bug), and Paul Johnson (Tweety), plus a host of family and friends.
A wake will be held at Moody-Harris Funeral Home Chapel – 441 Dallas Avenue 6pm to 8pm Friday, February 8, 2019.
Funeral services will be Saturday, February 9, 2019 at Israel Chapel United Methodist Church, 948 Freeman Avenue, Port Arthur, Texas at 2 o’clock, under the direction of Moody-Harris Funeral Home.