Fougerousse, PhD., Myra Eales

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January 30, 1943 - January 7, 2019

Fougerousse, PhD., Myra Eales

Myra Eales Fougerousse, PhD, born January 30, 1943 in St. Louis, Missouri, passed away January 7, 2019 in Dallas at the age of 75. Myra earned her undergraduate degree from Tulane University and went on to get her PhD in Psychology from The University of Rochester. She married Carl Edward Fougerousse and had two daughters, Laura and Nicole. Myra was an avid reader.  She loved art and was a talented chef. She cared deeply for her family and for her patients. She was intelligent, compassionate, and loving. Her daughters were blessed to grow up with a supportive mother who offered unconditional love.  She is preceded in death by her parents, Bert & Muriel Eales and beloved husband, Card Edward Fougerousse.  Those left to cherish her memory include her daughters, Laura Elizabeth & husband Trey Shanks, Nicole Catherine & husband Todd Schultz; grandsons, Calvin Shanks, Henry Shanks, Matthew Schultz and Alex Schultz; brother, Henry Parker Eales.

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10116 E. Northwest Highway
Dallas, Texas 75238
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Sally Steele

January 13, 2019 10:36PM

I had the joy of knowing your mother when she and Ed lived in Lewisville . She was a brilliant lady and a dear friend. God be with you in your loss.


Sandy Pitts Seidenfeld

January 13, 2019 9:00AM

Laura & Trey, Nicole & Todd & families,
Please accept my condolences for the loss of you Mother. As you know, she was very influential in my professional training and she and your father graciously befriended me when I moved to Dallas. Your Mother's sensitivity and empathic nature, her love for her patients, and her wonderful curiosity were inspiring, not to mention her great intellect. I am really grateful for her professional mentoring and her dear friendship.
I hope all of you are doing well.