~Lester Barnes, Jr.~
Reflection of Life
Lester Barnes, Jr. was born July 10, 1951 in Houston, Texas to Lester Burns, Sr. and Matilda Stokes. He is preceded in death by three brothers; Aaron Brown, J C Freeman, Lawrence Freeman and sister; Matilda Brown.
Lester accepted Christ at an early age in Houston, Texas. He graduated from Kashmere High School in Houston. He also served in the United States Air Force.
Lester worked as an automobile mechanic for several years and did real estate on the side.
He leaves to cherish his memories his four children; Tamika Burns Shepard, Brandon Burns, Ruth Shana Smith (Cedric), and Maurio Burns, two brothers; Jimmy Brown (Bange) and Jerry Boone. Two step-sisters; Sharon Branch and Kristie Roberts, 6 grand children and a host of nieces and nephews and a host of other relatives and friends.
Friday,, November 15, 2019
Greater Faith Baptist Church
20550 Townsen Blvd. Humble, TX
~Terry Troy Hogan~
Terry Troy Hogan was born June 6, 1957, to Laura Lee Hogan and Johnnie Williams in Houston, Texas. Terry received his education in the Houston Public School System. He accepted Christ at an early age. In 1998, Troy and Linda Matthews got together and has remained faithful together for 21 years until his demise. Terry is preceded in death by his parents, grand parents; Joe and Fannie Hogan, his brother; Barry Wayne Hogan, three aunts; Estella Clark, Joe Eddie Tyler and Bessie Cole, two uncles; Elois Hogan, Sr. and Richard Ferguson. He leaves to cherish his memories his spouse of 21 years, Linda Matthew Hogan, nephew Dominique Hogan, sister-n-law; Lisa Hogan, two aunts; Odessa Jackson Harrison (Tilmer) and Alberta Hogan. His special and long-time friends; Rev. Donald Maxey and Terry Burrell and a host of other relatives and friends.
Reflection of Life
Johnnie Caldwell was born the 11th child of twelve to Willie and Lessie Caldwell in Navasota, Texas on November 4, 1945. He is preceded in death by his parents, two sisters; Willie Mae Caldwell and Bobbie Haywood, four brothers; Leon, Ray, Horace and Smith Caldwell.
Johnnie accepted Christ at an early age in Navasota. He attended George Washington Carver where he graduated with the class of 1963. He loved playing football.
Johnnie was loved by so many and will be truly missed.
He leaves to cherish his memories; James L. Minor “Jamie”, his son; Brandon Kevin Caldwell with Wanda Pearl Caldwell, stepchildren; Stephon and Deidre Gardiner and a host of other relatives, classmates and friends.
~Iola Mae Brooks~
Reflections of Her Life
Life Born with a Purpose
On July 19, 1928 in Clay Texas, the Lord saw fit to bestow upon the union of Booker T. Brooks and Leola Jackson Brooks a beautiful baby girl, whom they named Iola Mae Brooks. She received her education in the public school of Clay Texas. Ola completed her education in obtaining her certification from the United States Postal Service.
Iola professed her belief Christ Jesus at an early age with Pleasant Home Baptist Church. She started at an early age living a Christian Life and working in the Church given to them. Iola and Manchester kept While working hard. God sent a handsome young man Manchester Davis into the pathway of this beautiful queen. Both were smitten with each other and decided to spend the rest of their earthly life together. On September 15, 1951, honoring their love and commitment for each other they united in Holy Matrimony. To this union two children were this committee they made before God and man for sixty-two years this earthly union was only broken after Manchester went home to be with God.
Iola served dutifully and faithfully as a God-fearing lady. She served willingly as faithfully as Choir President at Bethel Grove Baptist Church Cawthorne Texas, under the leadership of the late Rev, Sanders. Iola love for music inspired her to take piano lessons from the late Fred Thorton. She fulfilled this position as Choir President until moving to Mount Calvary Baptist under the Pastor ship of Rev, Fred Tillis. She was a member of the Senior Choir, Home Mission Society and Pastor’s Aide. Having a love for children she organized the Sun Beam Children Choir. Iola touched many young people’s love for humanity caused her to help the elderly and sick in her community. Still, her love for mankind and passion caused her to reach beyond her community to assist. Years later after fellow shipping with the Truevine Missionary Baptist Church, Deacon Manchester and Iola Davis felt the love and warmth of the membership and decided to become a part of that family and remained a part of that Church family until God called them home.
~Aron Williams, Jr.~
JOURNEY OF Life
Aron Williams, Jr. was born to the late Mary Boyd Williams and Aron Williams, Sr. on May 31, 1936 in Waller County, Texas.
Aron accepted Christ at an early age at Progressive Baptist Church in Hempstead, Texas. He graduated from Sam Schwartz High School in Hempstead. After graduating, he joined the United States Air Force, where he served for over twelve years. He loved driving trucks from state to state until his health began to fail.
Aaron was ordained as a minister soon after retiring from the Air Force and Pastored True Faith Baptist Church in Houston, Texas for over eight years. He returned to Waller, TX., he rejoined the Progressive B. C. family for several years and moved to Rock Island B. C. in Hempstead, TX.
Aron is preceded in death by his parents, four sisters; Barbara Jean, Cleo, Alberta and Alice, his grandson; Terrance.
He leaves to cherish his memory his loving wife, Rosa Williams, five sons; Darrell Smith (Dell), Dennis Smith Vincent Williams, Dexter Williams and Jauzon Smith. Three daughters; Denese Williams, Cassandra Williams and Maddison Thomas., two brothers; James and Bobby Williams, one aunt; Bernice Vanduren, one granddaughter, one God-son Ronald Love and a host of other close relatives and friends.
~Joseph Curtis Bihms Sr ~
Joseph Curtis Bihms Sr. passed away suddenly on August 15, 2019 close to his home of 24 years in Navasota, TX. Joe is survived by his wife of 29 years, Phillipa Ann Bihms and their four children Joseph Jr. (wife Sarah), Jerome, Jordan, and Lacie. He also leaves behind two beautiful grandchildren Emma and Cassius Bihms, along with a mother, several siblings and a host of nieces and nephews. Joe was known for his legacy of goodwill, master carpentry, and being a family man. Joe was not only loving to his family but to everyone he came across, he never met a stranger.
Funeral Services will be held on Sunday, August 25, 2019 at Brosig Auditorium at 100 Brosig Avenue Navasota, TX 77868.
A Viewing and Visitation will begin at 10:30am until 12:00pm followed by a song then Expressions and Stories from the family and friends until 12:45pm. A Memorial Service will be held at 1:00pm to reflect Joe’s faith as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses.
Joe’s family invite those attending the Repast for food and refreshments immediately after the service until 3:00pm at Brule Elementary School cafeteria located at 203 Brosig Avenue Navasota, TX 77868.
Memorial service for Narral McNeal are set for Sat. Aug. 24, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. in the Psalms chapel 501 S. LaSalle-Navasota, Tx. She was born April 23, 1932 in Marksville, Louisiana and she passed this life on Aug 17, 2019 in her home in Navasota. Narral worked at the Navasota Rehab for 50 years and will be greatly missed. She leaves to cherish her memories three daughters; Sandra, Debra and Laura, four sons; Berry, Joseph, Michael and Jimmy McNeal and a host of other close relatives and friends. Services entrusted to Psalms Funeral Home-Navasota, Tx.
~Shirley Jean Wyatt-Allen ~
Shirley Jean Wyatt-Allen was the daughter of the late Sherman and Carrie Wyatt. Shirley was born in Blanchard, Texas, on November 22, 1946. She gave her life to Christ at an early age and was a faithful member of Pine Valley Baptist Church until her health failed. On May 23, 1981, she married Ira Dell Allen.
Shirley departed this life while at home with family on August 14, 2019.
She leaves to cherish her memory a loving husband of thirty-eight years, Ira “Bill” Allen. Her children: Anthony Wyatt, Tracie Wyatt, Stephanie Wyatt, step children Nancy Allen, Linda Allen, Anthony Dewayne, and Charles Allen. A host of grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Shirley’s parents, Sherman and Carrie Wyatt and the following siblings: Dorothy Criswell, Clarence Wyatt Sr., Sherman Wyatt Jr. all preceded her in death.
~Craig A. Sweed~
Funeral Services for Craig A. Sweed are set for Sat. Aug. 24, 2019 at 2:30 P.M. at Missionary Camp B. C. in Navasota, Texas. Interment will follow in the Catholic Cemetery in Washington County, Texas. Wake service will be held at Mt. Calvary B. C. on Friday, the 23rd of August, 2019 in Navasota, Tx. from 6-9 p.m. Craig was born Sept. 3. 1963 in Houston, Tx. and passed this life on Aug. 16, 2019 in Navasota, Tx. Craig was a devoted father, a loving grandfather, a dedicated brother, a role model as a uncle, a mentor as a friend and a productive, goal-oriented person as an employee of Trinty Industries in Navasota for many years. Craig's life has been centered around living his life to the fullest and exemplifying unconditional love towards everyone he has ever crossed paths with. Please keep the family in your prayers. Services entrusted to PSALMS FUNERAL HOME of Navasota, Texas.
~Ethel Jean Stevenson Williams~
Ethel Jean Stevenson Williams (Jeanie) was born August 2, 1950 to the late Felix Stevenson Sr. and the late Fannie Chappell Stevenson.
Ethel Jean accepted Christ at an early age at the Bethel Grove Baptist Church in Cawthorn, Texas and later united with Missionary Camp Baptist church under the leadership of Pastor James Mable, Sr. and Truevine Baptist Church under the leadership of Pastor Charlie Hall.
Ethel Jean attended A.M.T. in Cawthorn, Texas and George Washington Carver High School (class of 1968) Navasota, Tx
She worked at Texas A&M Custodial Services dept. for many years before retiring and worked at Navasota Nursing rehab until her health begin to decline.
She was married to the Late Bobby Joe Williams, and to that union four children were born. She is preceded in death by her parents, her son Bobby Joe Williams Jr., ,her sister Maggie Lee Stevenson-Wesley, two brothers; Felix Stevenson Jr. and Johnnie Stevenson and a beloved God daughter; Caria Adams.
She leaves to Cherish her memories three daughters; Bobbie Jones (Eugene), Gwendolyn Wesley (Carlton), and Movica Stevenson and one son; Tyrone Williams (Lisa) all of Navasota, Texas. Two Sisters; Clara Harvey of Houston, Texas and Joyce Stevenson of Navasota, Texas. Three brothers; Roosevelt Stevenson (Philonis) ofHouston, Texas, Earl Stevenson (Denise), of Tacoma, Washington and Michael Stevenson of Navasota, Texas. Nine Grandchildren and seven great grandchildren and a special sister in law; Mary Davis and a host of other relatives and friends.y
Services will be held at Missionary Camp Baptist Church @ 2:00 pm
Internment will immediately follow at Oakland Cemetery
Baby Boy’s Life Story
Kasheton Philip Evan Ross was born September 28, 2016 in Frisco,
Texas. Bria’s baby boy brought the family so much love beyond measures. Kasheton was blessed by Pastor Bobby Johnson at his home in Dallas, Texas. He attended La Petite Academy in which he truly enjoyed. During his life, he was so happy, he gave us joy in all that he did. He loved his Paw Patrol, Elmo, being read one of his many favorite books “3 Little Pigs, going to the park and seeing Betty and Fred’s horse made him so happy. He carried around his favorite playmate, his stuffed animal “George” wherever he went.
Kasheton was a friendly kind-spirited sweet little boy. Anytime he was out in the public, he made it a point to speak to everyone he came in contact with. He was super smart, he could maneuver our laptop, so we had to get him his own. Anything he observed he was persistent to figuring it out to do it himself. He adored his mom, which was his whole world. Our lives will never be the same without our baby boy.
His life will be cherished by his mother; Bria Ross and Qunton Walker, grandparents; Alisa (Gia) Ross, Phillip B. (PaPa) Ross, three auntees; Teah, Kaish Ross and Philicia May, uncle and godfather; Oscar Scott, Jr.. Great great grandparents; Clarence and Rhonda Johnson and Odessa Ross, JB Ross, Great-great grandfather; Phillip Horace, special friends; Vickie Harris and Sherry Bowen and many, many close relatives and friends.
Reflection of Life
~Ray Don Whitfield~
Ray Don Whitfield was born November 21, 1961 in Navasota, Texas to Nellie B. and Walter Whitfield, Sr. He is preceded in death by his father, sisters; Linda Horne and Marilyn Whitfield and brother; David Williams.
Ray accepted Christ at an early age. He graduated from Navasota High with the class of 1980. He spent most of his life in Austin, Texas. He loved to ride his bicycle, spend time with his family and friends and helping his mom clean.
Ray leaves to cherish his memories his loving mother; Nellie B. Whitfield, three siblings; Carlton Williams, Sr. Carolyn Hubbard (Rev. John, Sr.), Walter Whitfield (Cindy), all of Navasota. Four Aunts, two uncles and a host of other relatives and friends.
Services will be held at
Mount Zion Baptist Church11:00 am Interment at St. Holland Cemetery
Rev. Charles “Gator” Lee
Reverend Charles Edward Lee was born March 3rd, 1949 to the parents of Tommie Lee Manning and William Lee Sr. (both deceased) in Conroe, Texas. His paternal grandparents were the late Luly and WIlliam Lee and maternal grandparents Jake and Agnes Manning.
Charles was baptized in Montgomery Texas at a early age; upon his life’s calling as one of God’s messengers he joined Greater First Baptist Church in Anderson Texas until his passing.
Charles grew up in Conroe Texas in which he attended school in Conroe ISD. Charles was known for his outgoing personality, humor, quick wit and “sharp as a tack” attire.
Charles worked for Owens Corning Fiberglass for over 20 years until his retirement.
His lifelong friend Thomas “Mr. T” Blacknell remained by his side throughout his lifetime; he was with him as he took his last breath,
Charles leaves to cherish his loving memories wife Irene Lee; brothers William Lee Jr., Carl Wayne Sherman; sisters Sharon Ford, Lillie Ruth Taylor (deceased) and Jimmie Rae Scott (deceased); aunts Mary Williams, Lula Womack, Ethel Jefferson, Dorothy Manning, Eunice Cade, and Jessie Gonzalez; uncles Curtis and Wesley Manning. Daughter; Amelia Lee Horn. Special family members Dorothy Mae Scott, Sherry “Lynn” Bowen, and niece Alisa “Lisa” Ross. His class of 1970 which he loved so dearly and host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
Saturday, June 15, 2019
Eleven O’clock A. M.
Greater First Baptist Church
904 Johnson St. Anderson, TexasRev. Wayne D. Jackson, Pastor
~Lessie Mae Smith~
Reflection of Life
On August 10, 1940, was born to Wesley Smith and Lula Womack in Stoneham, Texas. Lessie spent most of her like in Stoneham and later moved to Navasota, Texas.
Lessie is preceded in death by her son; Michael Oaks, her sisters; Linda Womack and Willie Lou Womack.
Rev. Ronald Hackett, Pastor
Home Going Service
~Gladys Yvonne Andrews~
Gladys Yvonne Andrews was born December
28, 1958 to Wilma and Jessie Fredericks in
Conroe, Texas. She is preceded in death by her
father, brother; Vaidermar and granddaughter;
Gladys accepted Christ at an early age and
received her schooling at Willis ISD.
Gladys met and married James Don Andrews
and to that union two children were born.
Gladys like to fish, play cards and as much time
as she could with her family and friends. She
will be greatly missed.
She is survived by her husband, James Andrews,
her daughter; Chasity Andrews (John), her son;
Marcus Andrews (Malinda), both of Willis, Tx.,
her mother; Welma Testamark, three
grandchildren; Savannah Ivey, Marcus Andrews,
Jr. and Paige Andrews. One sister; Fannie Ellisor
(Bruce) of Coldspring, Tx., two brothers; Keith
Rogers of Willis, Tx. and Robert Harrison
(Classie) of Texarkana, Ark., two nieces, 6
nephews and a host of other close relatives and
Saturday, June 8,
Eleven O’Clock A. M.
Thomas Chapel Methodist Church
518 Martin Luther Kind Dr.
Rev. Keith Kizzie, Pastor
Carolyn Sweed was born August 30, 1956 to the late Willie and Lessie Sweed in Bryan, Texas. She is preceded in death by her parents, brothers; Willie, Charles, Melvin and Dennis, her sisters; Shelia, Linda and Earlene.
Carolyn confessed Christ as her personal Savior at an early age and has served Christ ever since. She never wavered from her faith in God.
Carolyn met the love of her life at the age of 15; Jessie James Peavy and to that union seven children were born.
Carolyn enjoyed handing out with her children and grandchildren. She loved fishing and sitting around laughing and joking.
She leaves to cherish her memories her devoted husband; Jessie James Peavy, her children; Kevin Sweed (Jackie), Nicole, Jessie Earl (Patrina), Nickdaniel (James), Tarsha (Cecil), David and Arlene, 11 grands, 4 sisters; Catherine, Dorothy, Kate and Bernell, her special friend; Fleanisha and a host of other close relatives and friends.
DINNED WILL BE SERVED AT THE CHURCH
Services will be at:
St. Matthews Baptist Church
409 Holleman Dr. College Station, Texas
Saturday, May 25, 2019
Eleven O" Clock A.M.
~George E. Thomas~
On August 6, 1950, Ira and Irene Thomas was blessed with a baby boy name, George E. Thomas. He is preceded in death by his parents, brothers; Charles McGree, Robert, Herbert and Johnny Thomas, Oscar Matthews and Bennie Matthews, his sister; Dorothy C. Moore.
George grew up in Navasota and graduated from Navasota High School with the class of 1969. He was a member of Lee Tabernacle Methodist Church. He worked at Texas Pipe for over 40 years until 2016. He enjoyed fishing, dancing, relaxing in the country and working on his “72” GTO.
He leaves to cherish his memories his loving wife; Mary Ann Thomas, his sons; Damon Thomas, Derrick Thomas (Angela), George Stewart, Anetra Hinton (Dexter), Mashonda Robertson (Wall) and Henry Robertson, Jr. (Dominic), seven brothers; Melvin, Jerry (Madine), Larry (Della Faye), Ira (Cheryl), Bobby (Linda), Andrew and Willie (Linda). Two sisters; Alice Reed (James) and Carolyn Beasley, 13 grandchildren and a host of other close relatives and friend.
Service time April 13, 2019 1:00pm, Missionary Camp Baptist Church.
Repast will follow interment at the V.F.W. in Navasota Texas.
Gladys Pratt was born June 16, 1925 to the late Peter Stafford and Lessie Warren in Courtney, Texas. She accepted Christ as her Savior at an early age and served her Lord faithfully until her health began to fail.
Gladys met and married Eddie Pratt, Sr. on Dec. 12, 1964.
She served as the secretary of the church, a member of the choir, usher board and neighbor aid society of the Mt. Zion MBC.
Gladys is preceded in death by her parents, husband, uncle John H, Warren, auntie; Mable Warren and stepmother; Callie Stafford.
Gladys was a lady that worked hard and always had advice for others and had a good sense of humor. She gave serenity to families at times of grievance and hardship. She will truly be missed.
She leaves to cherish her memories her daughter; Sharon Woodard, her sister; Verdell S. Bradley, grandson; Christopher Woodard and a host of other relatives and friends.
~Thelma Marie Terrell-Whitaker~
1935 – 2019
Thelma Marie Terrell-Whitaker died Saturday April 6, 2019 at the age of 84. Thelma was born in Iola Texas on March 12, 1935 to the proud parents of Oma and Gracie Terrell. She was a wife, sister, aunt, and friend. Thelma believed in God and called on his name. She enjoyed playing cards, dominoes, putting together puzzles, and word search. She kept her mind and brain active. Thelma married Albert William’s at an early age and later married Abel Whitaker who both proceeded her in death, as well as her, Parents: Oma Terrell and Gracie Hester, Sisters: Irene Sargent, Mae Francis Sharp, Betty Ricard, and one Brother: Booker T Terrell. She leaves to mourn her death five siblings: Jessie Mae Straughter-Patterson, Melba Sharp-Terrell, Precious Washington, Tony Terrell, Mike Terrell and a host of neices, nephews, cousins, and friends. She will truly be missed by her family along with friends and held dearly in the hearts of all who knew and loved her
~Augustina "Penny" Musachia~
Augustina was a loving and very kind person. She was a family-oriented person, always giving without anything in return, a lady of standards.
Augustina would give you the shirt off her back, a lady that was considered the grandma of us all. She will be truly missed.
She leaves to cherish her memories her parents, her loving husband; Charles Musachia of 27 years. Her two sons; Andrew and Anthony Musachia and granddaughter; Alessandra Musachia, her sisters; Laura Gonzales, Juila Robles, Rosie Soto, Veronica Duarte, Ashley Smith and Samatha Soto., her brothers; Duke Soto, Jamie Soto and Cruz Duarte and a host of other close relatives and friends.
Willie Creeks was born to the late Lewis Creeks Jr. and Emma Creeks on August 12, 1939 in Anderson, Texas.
Willie accepted Jesus Christ at an early age at Greater First Baptist Church in Anderson, Texas under the leadership of Rev. Nelson Whiting and Rev. Jesse Bryant Mitchell. He grew up in a large family on a farmland homestead which he loved dearly. He graduated from Richard Colored High School I 1960, where he played basketball and was great on the court stated by his best friend Randall Taylor.
As an adult he relocated to Houston, TX where he worked at a Furniture Designed and Howard’s Upholstery. He was a well-known gospel quarter singer where he sung with the “Gospel Tornados” for many years. He then met and married Bobbie Jean Horn of Camden, Texas and born into this union was three boys and three girls and with his spiritual beliefs and musical talent he formed a family gospel singing group called “The Little Creeks Singers” He became a Deacon of Greater New Hope Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of the late Rev. Smith and Rev. Lewis. He later moved to Navasota, Tx. where he became self-employed with two businesses, one known as Beeper’s Upholstery (40+ years.) and the other as Navasota Fish Market (5yrs.) He also became founder and leader of “The Mighty Sincere Voices.” He was a Deacon at Missionary Camp Baptist Church under leadership of Rev. James Mable Sr. and later moved his membership to Truevine Missional Baptist Church where he served as the Deacon Chairman of the late Rev. William Gantt SR. currently Rev. Charlie Hall.
Willie gained his wings on March 28, 2019. He was preceded in death by both parents, 6 brother: Howard, Richard, Andrew, Allen, Joe, Lymus and 2 sisters: Myrtle Creeks Haynes and Sarah Creeks Staffard.
He leaves to mourn his loving wife, Bobbie Jean Creeks, 6 Children: Willie Tyrone (daughter-n-law Tammy), Rolanda Crawford (lydell), Yolanda Baker ( Tyrone), Terrence Creeks ( Tracy), Termayne Creeks (Ronnie), Ora Creeks, Son in law Albert Chambers, (Godsons) Chadwick Thomas, Douglas Franklin (Zaneta), Bishop Christopher Bell ( Jessica): 4 siblings: Dorothy Manning (Eldridge) Rev. Clifford Creeks Sr. (Dorothy) Douglas Creeks, Emma Jean Johnson ( Lee): 24 Grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins in-laws and friends
~Eli Johnson, Jr.~
Eli Johnson, Jr. was born to Eli Johnson, Sr. and Adrena Jackson Johnson on December 8, 1953 in Navasota, Texas. He was well grounded by his parents. He attended AMT IN Allen Farm and graduated from Navasota High School.
Eli accepted Christ and was baptized at an early age. He was a member of the Missionary Camp Family and was a faithful member until his death.
Eli met and married the mother of his children; Emma Warren in which three children were born, Casey, Latisha and Tamesha. He worked for A & M and Tamu as a theatrical carpenter for over 18 years. He was known for his “special” BBQ sauce and no one never got to know his recipe. He was a member of the ELKS lodge #859.
He is preceded in death by his parents, sister; Florrie Dines and brother; Bobby Johnson.
He leaves to cherish his memories his sons; Casey Johnson (Ylonda), and Eli B. Johnson, his daughters; Latisha Caldwell (Kevin), Tamesha Robertson (Charmel) and step-daughters; Laleisha and Salina Lindley.
His siblings; Eddie Brown (Barbara), Harry Johnson (Peggy), Ivy Johnson, Rosa B. Bennett (Ernest), Carol Johnson Woods and Brenda L. Johnson, 14 grandchildren, his good friend; Roger Schoppe and a host of other close relatives and friends.
Reflections of Life
Hugh Sargent was born to the late Hugh Sargent, Sr. and Eva Williams Sargent. He accepted Christ at an early age and united with True vine Baptist Church family in Navasota, Texas.
Hugh enjoyed cooking, fishing and hunting. He is preceded in death by his parents, grandparents, two brothers; Buster and Sylvester, his sister; Addie Mitchell, a nephew Otis, aunts, uncles, mother and father-n-laws and cousins.
Hugh met the love of his life; Roxie Robinson, and to that union they were blessed with five beautiful children.
Mr. Ephron Reece was born on November 26, 1920 to the late John Reece and Georgia Mae Harden.
He grew up and attended San Jacinto Community School in San Jacinto County, Texas.
Mr. Reece had a strong will to live and was loved by all. He believed in living a life of fun and laughter. He was a person who was never idle and always on the move. He worked as a farmer and laborer. Until his health restricted him from doing so, Mr. Reece regularly enjoyed picking up cans in his community to supplement his income.
Mr. Reece can truly say, I fought a good fight, I have finished my race, I have kept the faith. (2 Timothy 4:7)
After a long love filled life, Mr. Reece transitioned to his heavenly home on Saturday, February 2, 2019. In Willis, Texas.
He was preceded in death by his parents, his son Sammie Reece, one brother RC Reece, two sisters Erma Hall Standley and Ruby Booker also two stepdaughters Eddie Lagway and Mary Hamilton.
Leaving to cherish his memory are three daughters, Mary Thompson (Curtis), Genette Williams(Tim), Pamala Hull(Costello), three sons Earl Edward Reece, Jercobie Nixon and Fredrick Stoneham along with numerous grand and great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.
~Roosevelt Bennett SR ( Manuel)~
Roosevelt Bennett, Sr. was born April 28, 1928 To Sammie Bennett and Lacus Scurry Bennett in Washington, Washington County, Texas. He was known to everyone as "Manuel".
Roosevelt received his formal education in Washington County Schools. He accepted Christ at an early age and united with Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church.
Roosevelt Retired from Texas A & M University after working in custodial work for over twenty years. After retirement, he enjoyed just sitting on the porch and watching the grandchildren and great grands play in the yard.
Roosevelt met the love of his life and was united in Holy matrimony to Ida Louise Moore and to this union they were blessed with seven children.
On October 17, 2018, Roosevelt departed this life to eternal rest. he was preceded in death by his parents: his stepmother, Lavern Bennett; six siblings (brothers & sisters); tow daughters, Hazel and LaTrice Bennett; one son, Roosevelt Bennett, Jr.; and two grandchildren.
He leaves to cherish his memories: four daughters, Lacus Mason, Centhyea Bennett, Arvetta Brown and Rose Bellard ( Cessie) : fifteen grandchildren; thirty-one great grandchildren; tow great great grandchildren; one sister-in-law, Robbie Woodard; tow Godchildren, Cynthia Rush and Connie Rush and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends
Funeral service for Shelia Tate are set for sat., Oct. 20 2018 at 1:00 P.M. at True
Vine MBC in Navasota, Texas. Interment will follow in the Dennis Bryant cemetery in
Navasota. Visitation will be Fri. Oct. 19th in the Psalms Chapel from 2-7pm. Ms. Tate
was born Sept. 12, 1957 in Grimes County, Texas and departed this life Oct. 13, 2018
[n Bryan, Texas. She received her education from Navasota High School, she
attended Commonwealth school of Mortuary Science and continued on to Lee
College School of Nursing. She is survived by her son; Quinton W. Tate, sisters,
brothers, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, special friends and a host of other close
relatives and friends. Services entrusted to Psalms Funeral Home.
~Maxie Elroy Major, III~
Maxie Elroy Major, III was born on August 4, 1988 in Huntsville, Texas to the proud and loving parents Kerrie Reece-Lyons and Maxie Major, Jr.. Upon moving to Conroe, Texas, he received his formal education from Conroe High School where he graduated with the class of 2006.
Maxie, III was known by the name (JJ), he enjoyed playing football at Conroe High and was one of the star players. He received a scholarship and attended Tyler Junior College in Tyler, Texas where he also played football and basketball.
Maxie enjoyed spending family time. He was an active boxer at Fearless Boxing Gym in Conroe.
Maxie earned the Defenders II Champion title and the Fearless Boxing Montgomery County Guns & Hoses 2018 Campion Belt.
Gloria LaTreace Wheaton was born Nov. 14, 1974 to the parents of Lois Wheaton and Mance Freeman in Huntsville, TX. She received her education in the Conroe Independent School District where she participated in track and field.
Gloria accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior at an early age and was a member of Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. BJ Plattenburg. She was an employee of IHOP in Slidell, LA for many years where she was a manager.
On July 16, 2018 the Lord called an angel home. She was proceeded in death by her grandparents Kit and Mary McGowan, aunt Gloria Dell Greeno and stepfather Calvin McGee. She leaves to mourn a mother Lois Wheaton, father Mance Freeman, 2 children Devin York and Zykia Smith, 4 sisters Cynthia Watkins (Abigail), Uylonda Antwine (Ralph), Lakita Stewart (Dennis) and LaTonja Wheaton. 3 brothers Michael Watkins (Arlaina), Donald Wheaton and Christopher Smith (Gertrude). 1 granddaughter Amiyah York. Aunts Joyce McGowan, Helen McGowan, Zelma McGowan, Lou Ann Sims, Katie Mae Hall & Earline Freeman. Uncles Maurice Freeman, Robert Freeman, Lee Arthur Freeman, Raymond Freeman and Thomas Freeman. Stepsister Donna Marie Pittman. Stepbrothers Joe McGee, Calvin McGee and Alvin Wilson. Special friends Jacqueline Smith Hatchett and Preston Page. As well as a host of nieces, nephews, family and friends. Visitation will be held at West Tabernacle Baptist Church in Conroe Texas from 10:00-11:00 A.M Services will start at 11:00am.
Reflections of Life
Cedrick Laster was born on August 15, 1978 in Houston Texas to the proud parents of Bobby Gene Nicholson and Lori Renee Laster. Cedrick was raised up in Washington Texas and received his education at Brenham Independent School District. Cedrick moved to Bryan for about fifteen years before returning to Washington. He worked at A&M University for many years as a landscaper and had a special love for cars and motorcycles. He also loved his dog, Fatty White.
Cedrick departed this life on June 2, 2018 in Washington County Texas. He was preceded in death by his two children, his father; Bobby Gene Nicholson, grandmother; Lena Mae Gant and brother; Macey M. Laster.
He leaves to cherish his memories: his mother; Lori Renee Laster of Bryan Texas, two brothers; Michael Laster, Jr. (Tanya) of Navasota Texas and Sperry Laster-Nicholson (Taquisha) of Washington Texas, a sister; Twinkle Reese (Craig) of Washington Texas and a special friend; Sandra Williams of Brenham Texas and a host of other relatives and friends.
~Narvell Alley Griffin ~
Narvell Alley Griffin was born to the late Lillie Lee and Joe Lester Allen in Houston, TX.
Narvell (Bell) was the seventh of nine children. She attended public school in Houston, TX. She confessed her life to Christ at an early age at St. Paul; Baptist Church in Houston, Tx.
She is preceded in death by her parents, her daughter; Pamela Griffin, brothers; Raymond Wayne Alley and Earnest Alley, her sister, father-n-lay; Oscar Griffin, Sr. her mother-n-law; Ester Nora Griffin and alone with six brother-n-laws; John, Fred, James, Charles James, Willie C. and Earnest Griffin, Sr., two sister-n-laws; Jessie Mae Loughridge and Audrey Mae Griffin.
She leaves to cherish her memories her husband of 45 years; Oscar Griffin, Jr. and son; Oscar (03), grandson; Devonte Griffin (Skipper), granddaughter; Ge’Nya Griffin, one brother-n-law; Ricky Griffin, Sr., two sister-n-laws; Annie Griffin and Tammy Griffin, three brothers; Joe L. Alley, Thomas Booker, both of Houston, TX and Donald Ray Alley of California, two sisters; Helen Griffin and Brenda Shepard, both of Houston, TX and a host of other close family and friends.
Remembering Her Beautiful Legacy
Nova Lee Steptoe was born in Courtney Texas on January 19, 1933 to Aubrey and Luvenia Clayton Barnes. On Tuesday, February 27, 2018, Nova Lee transitioned into the eternal realms of glory and entered into the joy of her Lord, Jesus Christ.
Nova Lee grew up in the rural area of Courtney, Texas. Her early
education was at Courtney Schools. She confessed Christ as her Savior and was baptized at an early age. Nova Lee was a faithful member of Mount Pleasant Baptist Church until her health failed and she moved to Houston to reside with her daughter. While in Houston, she attended church with her daughters; journeyed back home for services or annual days. Nova Lee loved the Lord and was often singing in church. She also loved singing gospel songs with and to her children. She loved and cherished her children and grandchildren. Her song of promise to them was ‘I Pray We All Be Ready’ where they sang together for a church homecoming program.
On September 24, 1952, she joyfully entered into holy matrimony with James C. Moore, Sr. and to this union they were wonderfully blessed with thirteen children. Following the death of James, she united in matrimony with Bennie Steptoe, gaining ten step children.
She leaves to cherish her loving memories, two sons: James Jr. (Rose) and Rev. Aubrey Moore; nine daughters: Kathryn Jackson (J.W), Ida Mae Moore, Jan Nell Moore, Barbara Ann Irving (Charles), Susan Marie Taylor, Dr. Lavada Walden, Maryland Moore, Charlene Jackson (Willie) and Tammarlyn Fagan (Joe).
Her loving memory will be cherished by her three sisters; Mary Grace Barnes, Lois Jean Curtis and Mauryce Robinson, one brother- Herbert Barnes, a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends, twenty one grandchildren and nineteen great grand-children. She is preceded in death by her parents, three sisters and one brother, her husbands; James Moore Sr. and Bennie Steptoe Sr., three sons; Robert, Morris and Donald and four grandchildren.
Reflections of Life
Funeral service for Cornelius Franklin, Jr. "Tick" (56) are set for Sat. March 3, 2018 at Stonehamville UMC in Stoneham, TX at 11:00 A.M. Interment will follow in the Stoneham cemetery. Visitation will be at the church on Sat. from 10-11 a.m. Cornelius was born Dec. 26, 1961 in Houston, TX and passed this life on Feb. 23, 2018 in Navasota, TX. Everybody knew him as the handyman; he did some of this and some of that. He leaves to cherish his memories his children; Cara, Tara, Tare Patterson and Anthony Williams, three brothers; Walter Franklin, Charles Williams and Floyd Williams, his special friend; Catherine Jones and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, other close relatives and friends. Services entrusted to Psalms Funeral Home of Navasota, TX.
Cornelius accepted Christ at an early age. He was a member of Rose Hill Baptist Church in Plantersville, TX. He attended Navasota High School with the class of 1981 in Navasota, TX.
Cornelius was a handyman, doing odd jobs here and there. He always was willing to help someone in need.
He leaves to cherish his memories his four children; Cara, Tara, Tare Patterson and Anthony Williams. His three brothers; Rev. Walter Franklin and wife; Wyvetta, Charles Williams and Floyd Williams. Four aunts; Martha Amos, Shirley Davis, Sandra Ware and Vera Hawthone, five uncles; James, Robert, Oscar, Joe and Bennie Williams. His special friend; Catherine Jones, a special niece; Kimberly Faircloth and a host of other nieces, nephews other close relatives and friends.
Funeral services for Willie Mae West Garza are set for Sat. Feb. 24, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. at Salem House of Blessings in Navasota, TX. She was born April 21, 1953 in Navasota, and died Feb. 13, 2018 in Bryan, TX. Services entrusted to Psalms Funeral Home in Navasota, TX.
Jessie was a member of Lee Tabernacle United Methodist Church in Navasota where he accepted Christ at an early age. While in the nursing home, he continued attending church until his death.
Jessie attended public school in Navasota, he furthered his education at Blinn College and Prairie View A & M University where he received his BA degree in history and a minor in Sociology.
Jessie was an extreme hard working man. He worked for the Department of Criminal Justice and Texas Youth Commission (TYC) for a span of 20 years, earning the prestigious rank of Sergeant and Lieutenant.
Jessie’s favorite hobbies includes: hunting, farming, raising cattle, cooking, barbecuing, watching country and westerns, listening to old school R&B and gospel music, watching sports, playing video games, coin collecting and most importantly spending time with loved ones.
In 1984, he married Delois Ann Pickens and to this union three children were born: Jessie Green Robinson, III, Jasmine Marie Robinson and Samantha Ann Robinson. He is preceded in death by his parents, his brother; Timothy Robinson and daughter; Samantha A. Robinson
He leaves to cherish his memories the love of his life: Delois Robinson of Washington, Tx., his son: Jessie Green Robinson, III of Washington, Tx. and his daughter: Jasmine Marie Willis (Jerecq) of Arlington, Tx., his brothers: Leonard James Robinson (Wendlyn) of Dallas, Tx., James, Vernon and Damon (Ulonda) Robinson of Waxahachie, Tx, one sister; Chrisnell Robinson of Waxahachie, Tx. and a host of other close relatives and friends.
Rev, Cynthia Ann Hunter
Home going and a celebration of life for Rev. Cynthia Ann Hunter, of Navasota/Bryan, Texas, will be Saturday December 2, 2017 at 100 Brosig St. Navasota, Texas 12:00 noon. Viewing will be Friday December 1, 2017 at Psalms Funeral Home Chapel 501 LaSalle Street Navasota Tx.
The family will be present 7:00-9:00pm.
Mr. K.J. Fry
Funeral Services for Mr. K.J. Fry of Jacksonville, Texas will be held December 2, 2017 at Larissa CME Church in Larissa Texas. Viewing will be from 10:00 am thru 11:00am for the public, Interment will follow at Larissa CME Church Saturday. In lieu of flowers please bring to church.
~LaTorria Yvetta Reed~
Funeral services for LaTorria Yvetta Reed (39) are set for Sat. Nov. 4, 2017 at 11:00 A.M. at True Vine B. C. in Navasota, Tx., Interment will follow in the Little Flock cemetery in Anderson, Tx. Visitation will be sat from 10-11 a.m. at the church. She was born July 31, 1978 and died Oct. 28, 2017. She leaves to cherish her memories her husband; Robert Reed, mother; Robbie Mae Johnson (Raymond), daughter; Reyshinica, son; Robert Reed, IV, two brothers; Eric Houston (LaTrinta) and Vemetrius Johnson, two sisters; Bianca and Jalissa Turner and a host of other relatives and friends. Service entrusted to Psalms Funeral Home
Beulah Thompson passed away quietly and peacefully on October 19, 2017 at Gracy Wood Nursing Center in Austin, Texas.
Services are Set for Thursday Oct. 26 2017 at 11:00 A.M. at Truevine B.C. in Navasota. Interment will follow in the Oaklawn Cemetery in Navasota.
She was born to Willie Thompson and Mary Hawkins Thompson on June 6, 1923 in Roans Prairie, Grimes County, Texas. She is preceded in death by her parents, two sisters, a brother and two nephews.
After moving to Navasota, Texas with her parents at an early age, she attended elementary school and later graduated from the newly named George Washington Carver High in the “Class of 1942”.
Beulah united with the Truevine Missionary Baptist Church where she attended BTU and all other Sunday and weekly activities. However, serving on the Usher Board was the delight of her life. She was a loyal and faithful member until moving with her nieces in Nacogdoches and Austin.
Beulah later became a resident at the Gracy Wood Nursing Center where she enjoyed the craft activities, fellowship, field trips and lastly the Wednesday and Sunday religious services.
She will be missed by her remaining family which includes; her caregiver Mary Margaret (Royce), Dorothy Jean (Percell), other nieces and nephews, several great nieces and nephews, many great-great nieces and nephews and a host of other.
Funeral is entrusted to Psalms Funeral Home and King-Tears Mortuary.
~Services for Todd Johnson~
Memorial service for Todd Johnson are set for Sat.
Oct. 21, 2017 at 4 p.m. at Berean B. C. 702
Astascocitia In Humble Tx. He leaves to cherish his
memories his wife Crystal Johnson, his children;
Jacob, and Catlin Johnson and Blake Tallent. His
Mother; Barbara Johnson, two sisters; Terri Lynn Aubain and
Kelli Gantz and a host of other close relatives and
~Obituary James Davis Jr~
~Robert Charles Rogers~
Robert Charles Rogers was born October 15, 1964 to Mary Rogers and Joe Boy Williams in Hempstead, Texas.
Robert is preceded in death by his little sister; Deloris, his brother; George and grandpa Roger.
Robert attended Brenham High School. He accepted Christ at an early age and attended church with his grandmother Ms. Viola.
Robert was a willing and working man, when work was available, he was always there ready to work.
He leaves to cherish his memories his son; Robert Charles Rogers, Jr., his mother; Mary Rogers, father; Joe Boy Williams, grandmother; Viola Rogers, sister; Rethina Tyler (Ira “Jig”), brother; Bill Rogers, all of Brenham, Texas. Two aunts; Viola Noland of Houston, Tx. and LaQuitha Simmons (Williams) of Austin, Texas, one uncle; Johnnie Rogers (Alice) of Houston and a host of nieces, nephews and other close relatives and friends.
~Mr. Willie C. Brooks, Sr.~
Funeral services for Willie C. Brooks, Sr. are set for Sat. Sept. 16, 2017 at 12Nool at Mt. Zion AME Church-19713 FM 2726-Washington, Tx. Interment will follow in the Paul Felder cemetery in Washington County, Tx. Viewing will be at the church on Sat. from 11-12 Noon. Mr. Brooks was born Feb. 21, 1943 in Washington County, Tx. and he passed this life on Sept. 5, 2017 in College Station, Tc. He served faithfully in the United Stated Army, he worked at Levit;s Jewelers, Armco Steel and Brenham State School. He leaves to cherish his memories his mother; Ruby Mae Brooks, his son; Willie Brooks, Jr. (Shonja), a son he raised as his own; Mr. Chrispher Mann, five sisters and five brothers, 15 grandchildren, three great grands, and a host of other close relatives and friends. Services entrusted to Psalms Funeral Home.
~Mrs. Mattie Decuir King~
Funeral services for Mrs. Mattie Decuir King are set for Sat. September 9, 2017 at 11:00 A.M. at Missionary Camp B. C. in Navasota, Tx. Interment will follow in the Sanders cemetery in Old Washington, Tx. Viewing will be on Sat. from 10-11:00 A.M. at the church. Mattie was born April 17, 1949 to John and Juanita Sanders, Sr. and she passed this life on Sept. 2, 2017. She leaves to cherish her memories her husband; Earnest King, her son; Wilton Decuir, Jr., 4 grands ,3 great grands and a host of other close relatives and friends. Services entrusted to Psalms Funeral Home, Navasota, Tx.
Funeral services for Eula McGregor are set for Sat. Sept. 9 2017 at 2:00 P.M. at Truevine MBC in Navasota, Texas. Interment will follow in the Dennis Bryant cemetery also in Navasota. Visitation will be at the Psalms F. H. Chapel on Friday, Sept. 8, 2017 from 1-7 p.m. Ms. Mcgregor was born Oct. 8, 1931 in Montgomery, Tx. and she passed this life on Sept. 5, 2017 in her home in Navasota. She leaves to cherish her memories a beautiful family and a host of close relatives and friends. Service entrusted to Psalms Funeral Home in Navasota, Texas
~Callie Elizabeth Boone Day~
Funeral services for Callie Elizabeth Boone Day are set for Sat. July 22, 2017 at Missionary Camp B.C. in Navasota at 11:00 A.M. Interment will follow in the Oakland cemetery in Navasota. Visitation will be Friday the 21st at Psalms F. H. from 1-5 p.m. and the wake service will be from 6-8 p m. at Macedonia B. C. in Millican, Tx. Callie was born February 22, 1944 in Navasota and died July 15, 2017 in Bryan, Tx. Her love and devotion to GW Carver was shown through her leadership as director, where she mentored and tutored children of all ages in her after school program. Callie received her Bachelor's and Master's degree from Prairie View A&M University. She retired from Brackenridge High School in San Antonio, Tx. after 39 years of teaching. She leaves to cherish her memories her husband; Henry L Day, her son; Nicholas Pollard, six sisters, three brothers and a host of other close relatives and friends. Services entrusted to Psalms Funeral Home.
Micheal was born May 3, 1958 in Anderson, Texas to the late Tommy and Maggie Smith. He confessed Christ at
an early age at Greater First Baptist Church in Anderson, Tx., and later moved to Bryan, Tx. where he gave his life
back to Christ and became a member of Endtime Evangelistic Pentecostal Church, under the leadership of Bishop M. C. Williams.
Micheal worked in Grimes County for over 20 years before he retired. He was a no stranger to work, he was
also employed installing Dry Well Systems until he was unable to work. Micheal had a love for sports, he played basketball in
high school and loved to play dominoes. He was a man that was loved by so many. He leaves to cherish his memories his daughter; Kimberly
Williams Smith, four brothers; Emory Sneed of Anderson, Tx., Thomas Smith, Jr. of Bryan, Tx., Earnest Menefee (Shirley) and Robert Menefee (Sabrina), both
of Navasota, Tx. Four sisters; Beverly Williams (Mark) of Bryan, Leola Raska (Micheal) of Navasota, Leome Bay and Mary Johnson of Anderson. Tx.. Four
Nephews, seven nieces, 2 special friends; Dominos partners; Min. Robert Madkin and Gregory Williams and a host of other close relatives and friends especially his
church family whom he loved dearly.
~Roy Eugene Fletcher~
Roy spent most of his life in Navasota. He confessed Christ at an early age. He was a hard worker and loved his own money.
Roy was known for his affectionate smile and laugh, a good sense of humor and always teasing his family and friends. Everyone that knew him knew he was the life of the crowd and would say anything to make any body laugh. His favorite word was “I’m Mr. REF. “Mr. Good Guy”. Roy was the father of two beautiful children; Ro Dashia and Roy ‘Dareon Fletcher whom he loved very much.
Roy later married Jacqueline West of Navasota, Texas.He is preceded in death by his parents .He leaves to cherish his memories his wife; Jacqueline Fletcher of Brenham, Tx., his children; Ro’Dashia and Roy
Dareon of Navasota, step-children; Shaderricka, Weldon, Destiny and JaShaela all of Brenham. His siblings; Yvetta Washington (James, Jr.), Chequistia Green (Leonard), Demetrius Steward (Lisa), Lakiethia Steward, Michelle Steward (Rubin), Rochelle Davis (Brandon), Alan Stoneham (Montrice), Micheal Steward, Leroy Fletcher (Shauntel),Rochelle Owens (James) Shemeka Williams (Roy)
~Gracie Lee Wheatfall~.
On December 1, 1943, a baby girl was born to Bennie and
Lorine Wheatfall in Navasota, Texas, and they named her
Gracie Lee Wheatfall.
Gracie attended school in Courtney, Texas. She accepted
Christ at an early age and was a faithful member at St.
Holland MBC until her health failed.
Gracie is preceded in death by her husband; Robert
Walter, daughter; Cynthia Walter, great granddaughter;
Ja’Mya Rodgers, her parents and one brother.
Gracie was united in Holy Matrimony to Robert Walter
and to this union six children were born.
She leaves to mourn her departure from this life three
sons; John Waller (Martha) of North Carolina, Roger
Walter (Patrice) of Navasota and Calvin Walter of
Houston, Texas. Two daughters; Lillian Shephard
(James) of Navasota and Shelia Walter of Bryan, Texas.
Her God-daughter; Christine Lee-Williams of Houston,
19 grandchildren, 35 great grandchildren, 10 sisters, 4
brothers and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins.
~Alice Lue Edie Carrington~
Alice Lue Edie Carrington was born May 20 th , 1952
to the late Mr. Frank Carrington and Mrs. Alice
Bailey Carrington in Montgomery, Texas. Left to
mourn are three loving children; Eddie Carrington
(Beverly), Eddison Carrington (DeeDee) of
Montgomery, Texas and Vannessa Mason (John) of
Gilbert, Arizona; a devoted brother; Joe Carrington
(Fay) of Conroe, Texas; a special niece Alma
Sherman (Donald) of Montgomery, Texas, a special
nephew Claude Eddie Manning of Montgomery,
Texas; a special step-son Gerald “Bo Pete” Thomas
(Donna) of Round Rock, Texas; a special grandchild
Eddie Carrington II (Quiana) of Gilbert, Arizona;
and six other loving grandchildren as well as many
other loving family and friends.
Alice departed this life on May 20 th , 2017.
She was proceeded in death by her father Frank
Carrington; mother Alice Bailey Carrington;
brothers Frank Carrington, Riley “Rogers”
Carrington, R.L. Carrington, and two very special
sisters; Jimmie Mae Manning and Verna Lawson.
Funeral service for Mr Creeks are set for sat. May 13, 2017 at Greater First Baptist in Anderson, Tx. At 11:A.M. Internet will follow at Cokesberry cemetery in Plantersville, Tx. Visitation will be Fri. The 12th at the Psalms Chapel from 2-7 p.m. Mr. Creeks was born May 29, 1935 in Anderson and passed this life May 7, 2017 in Bryan, Tx. He leaves to cherish his memories his daughter; Jacqueline Creeks, two sisters, four brothers and a host of other relatives and friends. Services entrusted to Psalms Funeral Home.
~Ja'Mya S Rogers~
Funeral services for a angel gone home, Ja'Mya S. Rodgers (7) of Navasota are set for Sat. May 6, 2017 at 2:00 P.M. at Missionary Camp B. C. in Navasota, Tx. Interment will follow in the Berryman cemetery in Anderson, Tx. Visitation will be Fri. the 5th at the Psalms chapel from 2-7p.m. Ja'Mya was born July 4, 2009 in College Station, Tx. and died April 26, 2017 at Texas children hospital in Houston, Tx. She leaves her memories to a beautiful family and friends. Services entrusted to Psalms Funeral Home in Navasota, Tx.
Funeral services for Sam Roberson of Galveston, Texas are set for Sat. May 6, 2017 at 11:00 A.M. at St. Matthews B. C. in Washington County, Texas. Interment will follow in the St. Matthews cemetery. Visitation will be sat. at the church from 10-11 am. Mr. Sam was born Aug. 21, 1947 in Washington County, Tx. and died April 28, 2017 in Conroe, Tx. He leaves to cherish his memories his son; Kenneth Armstead, his siblings; Essie Womack, George, James, Roosevelt and John Roberson, 4 grands and 2 great grands and a host of other relatives and friends.
Funeral service for Eva Greenwood are set for Sat. April 22, 2017 at 11:00 A. M. at Centerpoint B.C. in Plantersville, Tx. Interment will follow in the Rosehill cemetery in Plantersville. Visitation will be on Friday the 21st at the Psalms Chapel in Navasota, Tx. Ms. Greenwood was born Sept. 22, 1936 and passed this life on April 11, 2017. She leaves to cherish her memories her two sons: Pastor Otis Greenwood, Jr. and Terence Greenwood and a host of other close relatives and friends. Services entrusted to Psalms Funeral Home in Navasota, Tx.
~Jimmie Rae Scott-McIntosh~
Funeral Services for Evangelist Jimmie Rae Scott-McIntosh are set for Sat. April 22, 2017 at 2:00p.m. At West Tabernacle B. C. in Conroe, Tx. Interment will follow in the Klein cemetery park in Magnolia, Tx. Visitation will be on Fri. April 21, 2017 at her home church, Thurgood Memorial COGIC in Willis, Tx. from 5-7 p.m. Jimmie was born March 14, 1947 in Plantersville, Tx., she accepted her call on April 15, 2017 in Lewisville, Tx.. Jimmie was a woman of God, she lived a Christian life. She leaves to cherish her memories her husband; Pastor William McIntosh, her mother; Tommie Lee Manning, One daughter; Alisa Ross, one son; Oscar Scott, Jr., three granddaughters; Kaisha, Bria and Teah Ross, one grandson; DeAdrian Pratt-Scott and one great grand son; Kasheton Ross. Her siblings; Williams Bill Lee, Minister Charles Lee and Carl Wayne Sherman, her sisters; Sharon Thomas and Evelyn and a host of other close relatives and friends. Services entrusted to Psalms Funeral Home-Conroe, Texas
Chester was a fun loving man. He accepted Christ as his Lord and Savior at an early age. He loved his horses and cows, he was just a cowboy and a rancher. He would attend all the trail rides he could and always thought he was the boss in control.
Chester is preceded in death by his parents and one brother; Willie Henson, Jr.
He leaves to cherish his memories his daughter; Renika T’sha Henson Derry, two sons; Jeremy Dominguez and Adrian Salerno. Three brothers; Roy Henson, Morris Henson (Berta) and Michael Henson (Tosha). Four sisters; Marilyn Bubb (Ed), Mary Hernandez (Orlando), Brenda Henson (Gary) and Regina Henson (Ted). One granddaughter; Raeleigh Derry and a host of other close relatives and friends.
God’s precious little jewel was born to the parentage of Kiffany Lightard and Charlie Furgerson in Houston, Texas on September 4, 2016, an God called him home on Feb. 24, 2017.
Chance was a jolly little fellow, he loved balls and elephants.
Chace leaves to remember him his parents, grand-parents, two sisters; Natasha Talbert, Jameria Cole and a host of other close relatives and friends.
Reflections of Life
Reflections of Life
Salvador "Paw Paw" Flores Sr.
On December 22, 2016, Salvador "Paw Paw” Flores, Sr. was called home to be with the Lord Jesus Christ. He was the Patriach of the Flores family, who was always willing to take care of everyone no matter how big or small.Salvador was a very hard working man, from the time he started to walk through the fields by himself until he was no longer able to work on his own.
Salvador was loved and respected by not only his family, but by anyone who knew him and his heart. He was an extremely strong minded person who would not budge once his mine was set, which was one of his traits that everyone knew him by, and also one that has passed down through the family to all of his 48 great grand kids. He was our “Pops”, “Dad”, “Paw-Paw” and also Shorty”. Hr is preceded in death by his parents; Andrew and Maria Flores, wife; Bridgette Rios, son; Johnny Flores, great granddaughter; Aja Wolfe, brother-n- law; Luz “Moose” Rios, sister-n- law; Josephine Rios and grandson; Timothy Baldobino Jr. He is survived by his five daughters; Jane Flores, Virginia Sauls ( Danny) and Tammy Vasquez (Florentino), all of Navasota, Tx., Alice Atkinson and Mary Richardson, (Troy) both of Bryan, Tx. Two sons; Salvador Flores Jr. and Frank Flores, both of Navasota, 21 grandkids and 48 great grandkids.
Reflections of Life
Linda Carol Adams was born June 10, 1949 to John Davis, Sr. and Georgia Lee Davis in Burleson County, Texas. She is preceded in death by her parents, four brothers; John Davis, Jr., Marvin Cecil Davis, wife Irma Davis, Robert L. Davis and Charles Jeffery Davis. Two sisters: Helen Davis and Bobbie Joyce Davis.
Linda accepted Christ at an early age at Star Light Baptist Church in Somerville, Texas, and
later became a long standing member of Mt. Zion B. C. in Lyons, Texas until her passing.
Linda attended Emmitt J. Scott High School in Somerville. She met and married and divorced Jackie Dean Adams, and to that union two sons
were born. She worked at the Brenham State School in Brenham, Texas for 16 years and later went on the work as a teacher’s aide at Somerville High School until she retired in 2004. She later helped out at the local group homes until her health began to fail. She is survived by her sons: Vashawn Adams (Ronne) of Dallas, Texas and Brandon Adams (Melissa) of Navasota, Tx.. One brother; Alvin Davis (Chris), two sisters; Ann Roberts and Sandra Davis, both of Houston, Tx., two sister-n- laws; Mable Davis of Lyons, Tx. and Bobby Davis of Houston, Tx. Five grandsons; Christopher, Matthew, Cristian, Hayden and Keinan. Two granddaughters; Kamryn, Cortni and a host of other relatives and friends.
Obituary for Cecilia Plumber Morris
On November 28, 2016, Cecilia Plumber Morris peacefully departed this world. She was born
to the late Harrison P. Plumber Sr. and Mary Chenier Plumber in Lafayette, Louisiana, on
December 24, 1941. She accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior at an early age; she loved her church and was a “good and faithful servant” of God. Cecilia was a Booker T. Washington
Alumni member in Conroe, Texas, and she was very dedicated to participating with them in
different events. Often, she would reminisce about the old-school days at Booker T.
Washington to share many stories with others. She embraced and loved everyone. She worked in the healthcare field and loved providing care to her elderly patients.
Cecilia was preceded in death by her parents, a grandson, Christopher Maurice Lewis, and her sister Mary Arline Plumber Kirvin. Mourning her departure, yet her sweet memories, is her son, Michael Todd Plumber of Anchorage, Alaska, and her daughter Lutishie Taylor of
Conroe, Texas. Four grandchildren, Nigelea Brown of Houston; Tisey Lawrence of Willis;
Collis Taylor of Austin; Sheena Lawrence of Odessa; nine great grandchildren and four great-
great grandchildren; brother, Harrison P. Plumber Jr. (Betty) of Conroe; two sisters, Lillian
Hubbard of Houston; Elizabeth Watson (Paul) of Houston; brother-in- law, CSM Joe J. Kirven Sr. of San Antonio; a devoted nephew and niece, Terence Plumber (Sheila) of Conroe; and a host of nieces, nephews, and devoted friends and family. Cecilia, we will miss your bright and beautiful smile that would light up our day and warm our hearts. For now, dear mother, rest sweetly in peace.
Please join us to celebrate the life of our mother, your sister, and dear friend Cecilia on December 9, 2016. The wake is at 10:00 a.m., and the funeral mass is at 11:00 a.m. at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Conroe, Texas; followed by the interment at Rosewood Cemetery in Conroe, Texas.
Reflections of Life
~Chala Daniella Densey~
On November 12, 1982, a baby girl was born to the late Archie Walker and Sandra Densey in Navasota, Texas, whom they named “Chala Daniella Densey”. Chala graduated from Navasota High School with the class of 2002. She further her education and received a degree as a Veternanan at Ashford University in 2013. She is preceded in death by her father, grandmother; Earnestine Densey, Lula Lee Brown, Tina Webber, her twin nieces; LaRiyah and MaReyah Johnson and her aunt Barbara Densey Williams.
Chala departed this life on November 16, 2016 in Navasota, Texas. Her precious memories are left to cherish her memories are her three daughters; Archnae Molina,
BriNishia Jefferson and Jordin Holiday, her mother; Sandra Densey, stepfather; Douglas James, two sisters; Donna James and JaQuita James. Her brother/cousin; Robert Densey, her sister/cousin; Nicole Densey Finnie (Coleman), all of Navasota, Texas. Three special friends; Maurita Henderson of Houston, Tx., Jessie Peavy of Howardstown, Ky., and a host of other close relatives and friends.
Funeral services for Cynthia Sauls are set for Sat. Nov. 19, 2016 at 10:00 A. M. at Missionary Camp B. C. in Navasota, Tx. Visitation will be on Sat. from 9-10 a.m. at the church. Interment will follow in the Oakland cemetery in Navasota. Cynthia was born Nov. 25, 1970 and passed this life on Nov. 10, 2016 in Navasota. Cynthia was born to the late Samuel and Ida Mae Sauls. She leaves to cherish her memories her two sons, sisters, brothers and a host of other close relatives and friends. Services entrusted to Psalms Funeral Home.
Funeral services for Ms. Essie Mae White (97) of Anderson, Tx. are set for Sat. Nov. 19, 2016 Bethel Grove B. C. off of CR 1774 in Anderson, Tx. Visitation will be on Sat. from 11-1:30 p.m. Ms. White was born to David and Estella White on May 11, 1919 in Navasota, Tx. and she went home to be with the Lord. on Nov. 9, 2016. She attended school at Bethel Grove and in Anderson. She accepted Christ at an early age and she was a life time member and usher at Bethel Grove B. C. in Navasota
~Funeral Service for ~
~Ruby May White~
Saturday, October 22, 2016
One O’Clock P. M.
Saint Martinville Baptist Church
Navasota , Texas
Rev. R. C. Linton Pastor
Rev. Thomas William, Officiating
Ruby May White, daughter of the late Booker T. and Maple White, was born on July 29, 1929 in the small town of Yarbrough Lake. She accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior at an early age and was a member of St. Martinsville Baptist church in Navasota TX, for many years. Ruby received her formal education at a local school in Stoneham TX. She was a homemaker, very generous and hardworking. She graced this earth for 87 marvelous years! And was known as “Mama Ruby” a very dedicated mother, grandmother, aunt, and a dear friend to many.
On Sunday, October 16, 2016. Ruby departed this earthly life and answered her Master’s call to eternal rest. She is proceeded in death by her parents, Booker T. and Maple White, one brother Carlton White, five sisters Gloria, Letisha, Rosie, Vernetta and Mable; her son Booker T. and daughter Eloise Elaine White. She leaves to mourn four sons Benny Henry, Carlton White Sr. (Ericka), Cornell White, Calvin White Sr. (Carla); one sister, Barbara Walker of Houston TX, twenty randchildren, a host of great and great-great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, relatives and friends
Sunrise February 1, 1931 SunsetOctober 19, 2016
~Funeral Service for ~
Sunday, October 23, 2016
Laurel Hill Baptist Church
105 Laura Hill Loop, Coldspring, Texas
Rev. Rathell Lelois , Pastor
Rathell Denson was born February 1, 1931 to the late Arnold O. and Lucilla Denson in Coldsping,Texas. He was the only child born to his parentage. Rathell attended school in the Coldspring ISD. He loved to farm, he owned his truck and logging company. He worked as a Constable in the Coldspring area for years and even after he retired, August 8, 1977 and remained faithful until his death.
Rathell is survived by his loving wife of 40 years; Mable Lee Denson of Shepherd, Texas, his five children; Wynee Marshall, Donnie Davison, Sr.,
Ketra Lomax, Johnny Denson and Juline Uncle??, sixteen grand children and numerous great grandchildren and a host of other close relatives and friends.
Funeral Services for
Johnny Thomas Sr.
will be held
Saturday, October 15, 2016
1:00 P. M.
Missionary Camp Baptist Church
9429 County Road 423 Navasota, Texas
Rev. James W. Mable Pastor
On November 6, 1945, Ira and Irene Thomas was blessed
with a handsome baby boy, Johnny Thomas. He is preceded in death by his parents, brothers; Charles McGee, Robert
Thomas, Hebert Thomas, Oscar Matthews and Bennie Matthews, his sister; Dorothy Coleman Moore, sister-n-laws;
Ovenia Thomas, Bobbie McGee, Rose Matthews and all uncles and aunts.
Johnny grew up in Navasota and attended G. W. Carver. He gave his life to Christ at an early age, joining True Vine
Baptist Church and remained a member until the end of his life.
Johnny spent many years working different jobs such as; Bill Arrington Dairy, Wholesome Food, and Austin Bridge in
Dallas, Texas. He was also employed with Helen Scott Finch until his health began to fail. Johnny enjoyed being in the country spending time with his family. Early in life he met and married Debra Malone and to that union 4 children were born. And later he married Brenda
Curry of Houston, Texas. He leaves to cherish his memories his wife; Brenda Curry Thomas, one son; Johnny Thomas, Jr., three daughters;
Wanda Malone, Shawndale Thomas and Tarshia Thomas, all of Navasota. One step-daughter Roslyn Truman of Ohio.
Eight brothers; Melvin Thomas, George Thomas (Mary Ann), Jerry Thomas (Madine), Larry Suel (Della Faye), Ira Charles
Matthews (Cheryl), Bobby Matthews (Linda), Andrew Suel and Willie Suel (Linda). Two sisters; Alice Reed (James) and
Carolyn Beasley. Three sister-n- laws; Felicia, Gwen and Irene. One God-daughter; Donna Woods, 8 grandchildren,
three dear friends; R.E. Curry, Robert Neblett, Robert Bellville and a host of other close relatives and friends.
Annie Marie Thornton "Big Marie"
Are set for Sat. September 10, 2016 at one o'clock p.m. at Missionary Camp B. C. in Navasota. Interment will follow in the Dennis Bryant cemetery in Navasota. Visitation will be on Fri. the 9th of Sept. at the Psalms Chapel in Navasota from 1-7p.m. Big Marie was known for her big smile and big heart and there was never a dull moment if you were in her midst. She is survived by her daughters; Aggie Stoneham ( Milton) and Rashina Thornton, both of Navasota and one son; Saul Thornton (Tracy) of Snook, Tx. seven grands and one great grand. Five sisters and two brothers, and a host of other relatives and friends. Services entrusted to Psalms Funeral Home
Richard L. Mitchell
Will be held at Truevine Baptist Church in Navasota Texas.
Services will Start at 1 O' Clock.
Interments will follow at Oakland Cemetery.
"Emma Celestine Perry Alexander"
will be held at
Second Cavalcade Baptist Church
6022 Cavalcade St Houston , Texas
Rev. Hubert M Steen, Pastor, Officiating
Emma Celestine Perry Alexander, a darling baby girl began her
journey of life on July 14, 1912. She was born to the loving proud
parents Alice Spriggs and Jim Perry.
She dedicated her life to Christ at an early age and became a
member of Macedonia Baptist Church. She later united with and
was a current member of Second Cavalcade B. C. in Houston,
Texas. Emma received her education from the local schools in
New Waverly, Texas. She later met and married the Scott
Alexander and to that union a beautiful baby girl was born; Helen
Emma was truly a dedicated member of the Kashmere Multi
Service Center. She had a lot of true friends and could make a
conversation with people from all walks of life.
She was preceded in death by her parents, daughter; Helen
Alexander, husband; Scott, niece; Eddie Ruth Lagway, siblings;
Melton Perry; Alvin; Levy, III, Ruthie Shaw; Joana; Frank, Alice
She leaves to mourn her passing Derek Lagway (Nikita), John
Lagway (Sharon), special nieces; Will Stamp, Alice Johnson,
Sharon Williams Ethel Cummings, Bridgett Flemmings and Mary
Thompson. A special thanks to Debra Stoneham for her care,
healthcare; Dr. Koshy, Beverly Mills, Nikita, Ashley Nephew,
Jackie Felder, Marla Collins and the entire staff. Her special
friends; Doris, Earnestine, Yolanda and a host of great nieces,
~Funeral Services ~
Linda K. Thomas
Will be Held at
Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church
970 Glen Houston , Texas
Interment: will follow at
Paradise Cemetery—Houston, Texas
She was born in Houston, Texas on December 5,
1950, the second child of Blanche and JohnThomas, Jr.. She is
preceded in death by her parents, brother; Robert smith and
husband; Johnnie Cravin.
Linda attended Booker T. Washington High School where she was
at her best as a baton twirler and where she graduated in 1967.
Linda met and married Johnnie A. Cravin and they were blessed
with two children; Johnny E. Thomas and Yevernette Thomas.
Linda was well respected and loved dearly by many. She was
known for her good cooking, she loved to make sure that people in
her surrounding had a good time. She enjoyed dancing and
listening to music, just to name one of her favorite, James Brown.
She leaves to cherish her memories her two daughters; Yevernette
and husband Dell Thomas and Madeline Thomas, her sons; Johnny
Thomas and Marqquise Thomas, her grandchildren; Courtney,
Brittany, Jermaine, Tanesheia, Johnnisha, Shonnisha, Jireah, Jirin,
Kassidi (her sugar-puttin). Her great grandchildren; Ayden, Avery,
Laila, Brooklyn (tee-cup) and Khloe and a host of nieces, nephews
other relatives and friends.
Will be held at Antioch Baptist Church
1014 FM 1486,
Dobbin, Texas 77333
Monday, July 4 , 2016
Thelma McWashington graced the earth with her presence for 98 wonderful years. She was born October 5, 1917 in Montgomery, Texas to Claude and Maddie McWashington. Thelma became a member on Antioch Baptist Church in Dobbin, Texas. On Wednesday, June 29, 2016 Thelma depart this earthly life. She is
preceded in death by all seven of her sibilings. Ruben McWashington, Mabel Washington , Lizzie Mae Johnson, Magdalena Johnson, RubyMae Armstrong, Barbara Jean Blackshear, Lenora Murphy and Dorothy
Nell McGinnisShe was also preceded in death by four of her seven children, Jackie Bates, Doris Bookman, Charlie McWashington and John EddMcWashington. She leaves to cherish her memories three loving children Robert Bookman , Anna Mae Chamberlain (Delvin) and James McWashington.
Her grandchildren Johnny Bookman ( Sharon),Shirley Ann Simon (deceased),James Earl Lewis, Roosevelt Lewis, Janice Lewis, Bernice Lewis ( deceased), Zeola Lewis (deceased), Melvin Lewis, Danny Lewis, Mary Walker, Clinton Lewis, Mary McWashington, Broderick McWashington ( Laurie),Nelia Moultry ( Michael) and Curtis McWashington will also continue to cherish her memories. She leaves to cherish her memories 30 great grandchildren, 27 great great grand children and 11 great, great great grand children including a host of nieces, nephews and friends.
Mr. Myron Blue
Funeral service for Myron Blue are set for Sat. July 2, 2016 at
10:00 A. M. at Missionary Camp B. C. Interment will follow in
the Weaver cemetery in Millican, Tx. Myron was born June 26,
1966 in Navasota and died on June 20, 2016 in Navasota, Tx.
He leaves to know him numerous family and friends.
Mr. Johnnie Sweed Jr.
Funeral services for Mr. Johnnie Sweed, Jr. are set for Sat. July
2, 2016 at 1:00 p.m. at Mt. Calvary Church in Navasota, Texas.
Visitation will be at the Psalms chapel from 2.8pm. Interment
will follow in the Catholic cemetery in Washington, Tx. He was
born Sept. 27, 1952 and died June 22, 2016 in Navasota, Tx. He
leaves to cherish his memories his wife; Sandra Sweed for over
40 years, four sons; Johnnie Sweed, III of Houston, Tx., Tyrone
Sweed of Atlanta, Ga., Bracy Sweed (Tamitha) of Old
Washington and Lonnie Sweed of Washington, Tx., one
daughter; Ivory Sweed of Brenham, Tx., 9 grandchildren and a
host of other relatives and friends.
Services for Marcus Ewing will be held Saturday May 14th at 1pm at Missionary Camp Baptist Church 9429 Ct Rd 423 Navasota Tx 77868. Visitation will be located at Psalms Funeral Chapel located 501 S LaSalle St Navasota Tx on Friday May 13th from 2pm till 7pm. Please send flowers to Psalms Funeral home on Friday.
On behalf of the entire Cotton family I want to thank each and everyone for the love and support that all of you have expressed to us, it is greatly appreciated.. Also we are asking everyone to be on time to the services on Saturday for the viewing, because the casket will be closed once the services start and for no reason will it be reopened.
Funeral services for Bishop Greenwood are set for Sat. April 30, 2016 at 11:00 A.M. at Centerpoint MBC in Plantersville, Texas, Interment to follow in the Rose Hill cemetery in Plantersville. Visitation will be on Fri. April 29, in the Psalms Chapel in Navasota from 1-7 p.m. Bishop Greenwood was born February 16, 1968 and traded this life for his new home on April 20, 2016. He has been in the ministry for over 26 years and has pastored for 22 years. He is the Senior Pastor of Centerpoint MBC in Plantersville. He also was a 32 degree Mason St. James #429 AANOMS-Shriner, UMV Scottish Rite Grand Lodge Men of Honor, Men of Distinction, Men of Courage and a member of the prestigious Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. He will be missed by his wife; Dana Greenwood, his mother; Eva Greenwood, two brothers; Otis Jr. (Dee) and Terance (Pat), seven children; Eesha, LaTonjalia, Sha'ney, April, David Jr., Desulon and Javariss, three grandchildren; Brycion, Joseph, Tommy and a host of other close relatives and friends. Services entrusted to Psalms Funeral Home of Navasota, Texas.
Shirley Jeanett Bush
Are set for Sat. April 16, 2016 at True Gospel Holiness Church in Conroe, Texas at 12 Noon. Visitation will
also be at the church from 11-12 Noon. Shirley was born June 29, 1985 in Los Angeles, Calif. and passed
this life on April 4, 2016. She will be dearly missed and loved forever. She leaves to cherish her memories
her family and friends.
are set for Sat. April 16,
2016 at 2:30 p.m. at St. Holland B. C. in Navasota, Texas.
Visitation will be from 1:00p.m. until 2:30 p.m. Interment will
follow in the St. Holland cemetery. Michael was born April 15,
1967 and passed this life on April 8, 2016. He leaves to cherish
his memories his family and friends.
“Let not your heart be troubled; ye believe in God, believe also in me.” St. John 4:1
Norris Adam Williams was born to the late Ira and Mary Olevia Jackson Williams on September 22, 1939 in Navasota, Texas, he passed this life on March 9, 2016 in Houston, Texas.
Norris is preceded in death by his parents, his siblings; Morris Ira Williams, Ike David Williams, Eldred (Bow) Williams, Mae Bell Williams Johnson and Johnny Williams.
Norris received his education from the Navasota School District. He confessed Christ at an early age and was baptized at St. Holland Baptist Church in Navasota, Tx.
Norris met and married Annie Mae Spearman on February 10, 1969 to 1988.He leaves to cherish his memories his daughter; Ella Mary Williams of Houston, Texas and his grandson; Trent Terrell Williams and a host of nephews, nieces and other close relatives and friends.
Betty Jane White
Betty Jane White (83) of Anderson, Texas departed this earthly life on March 7, 2016 in Killeen, Texas surrounded by her family. She was born May 14, 1932 in Anderson, Texas to the late Freddie Dorsey and Martha Lattimore Dorsey.
Betty confessed Christ at an early age and was baptized by the late Rev. N. Whiting. Later in life she became a member of Greater First Baptist sanctuary choir under the leadership of Sis. Cleo Walker and the church Pastor the late Rev. E. P. Walker. She was employed by Prairie View A& M University food service dept. for many years.
Betty loved helping others as a personal assistant. She loved to sew, she was a hair dresser on the side, and loved to cook, especially those peach cobblers.
Blanche M. Yarbrough
Funeral services for Blanche M. Yarbrough (83) of Washington County, Texas, are set for Sat.
February 6, 2016 at 1:00 p.m. at Mercy Seat B. C. in Old Washington, Texas. Interment will
follow in the Whiting cemetery in Old Washington. Visitation will be at the church on Sat.
from 12-1 p.m.She leaves to cherish her precious memories her three daughters; Betty, Addie,
Lou Charles, one son; Eric, five grandchildren and a host of other close relatives and friends.
Services entrusted to Psalms Funeral Home of Navasota, Texas.
"Betty Louise Russell"
Born August 19, 1954 - Died January 21, 2016
"Melvin Minor, Sr. "
Funeral service for Melvin Minor, Sr. are set for Sat. Jan. 30, 2016 at 12Noon at Greater First Baptist Ch. in Anderson, Tx. Interment will follow in the Berryman cemetery in Anderson. Mr. Minor was born May 1, 1932 in Anderson and died Jan. 18, 2016 in Bryan, Tx. Mr. Minor was honorable discharged from the U. S. Army and U. S. Air Force in June 1965, after moving back to Navasota, he worked for the Brenham ISD for 14 years and retired in 2005. He leaves to cherish his memories one son; Melvin Minor, Jr. (Shelia) of Riverview, Fl., two daughters; Jocelyn Minor and Rachel Minor-Turner (Jerald), both of Dallas, Tx. Four grandchildren, four great grands and a host of other close relatives and friends. Services entrusted to Psalms Funeral Home of Navasota, Tx.
Vernon Ray Sampson
are set for
January 02, 2016 at
ElevenO' Clock A.M.
North Mount Olive Baptist Church
North Mount Olive Baptist Church from 9 am to 11am
Interment: Cleveland Memorial Gardens Cemetery
are set for
January 02, 2016 at
One O' Clock P.M.
Raphael Deon Holiday
Interment will follow at Stonehamville, Cemetery
William Sweed of Washington County, Tx. are set for Sat. Nov. 14, 2015 at 1 p.m. at Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church in Washington, Tx. Interment will follow in the Catholic cemetery in Washington. Visitation will be on Fri. Nov. 13th from 1-7 pm in the Psalms chapel in Navasota, Tx.. William was born Jan. 26, 1957 and died Nov. 4, 2015. He leaves to cherish his memories his sisters; Elsie Johnson, Blanche Williams (Joe), Georgia Marks, all of Houston, Tx. and Vernando Sweed of Washington, Tx. , 2 sister-n-laws; Louise Ross, Andrea Stephens and a host of other relatives an friends. Services entrusted to Psalms Funeral Home of Navasota, Tx.
New Testament Baptist Church—Conroe, Texas 11:00 A.M.
Thelma Gullatt was born April 19, 1913 in Baycity, Texas to the late Henry and Eugenia Tellison. She is preceded in death by her brothers and sisters; Luther, Alvin, Henry, Jack, Tilton, Carrie, Mable, Gertrude, and Rosie. Thelma met and married Fred Gullatt in 1943 (who also preceded her in death), and to that union two children were born; Theresa and Charles. She leaves to cherish her memories her daughter; Therese A. Henry of Conroe, Texas and son; Charles Edward Gullatt (Barbara) of Raleigh, N. C.. Three grandchildren; Darrell, Minnie and Flesia, eight great-grand children and a host of other relatives and friends.
are set for
October 10, 2015 at
Eleven O' Clock A.M.
Friendship Missionary Baptist Church
48012 Bennington Houston, TX 77016
Friendship Missionary Baptist Church from 10 am to 11 am
Interment: Brookside Cemetery
are set for
October 3, 2015 at
Eleven O' Clock A.M.
Second Cavalcade Baptist Church
6022 Cavalcade St, Houston, TX 77026
Second Cavalcade Baptist Church from 10 am to 11 am 10/03/2015
Funeral Services for
Marilyn Jean Whitfield was born in Navasota, Texas to Nellie and Walter Whitfield, Sr. on November 22, 1956. She was preceded in death by her father, and granddaughter, Aaliyah Reece.
Marilyn attended Navasota High School and graduated in 1975. After graduation she attended Hill College in Waco, TX where she met and married Jesse Reece, Sr. of Wichita Falls, Texas, to this union two handsome boys were born. Marilyn was full of life and loved to laugh and talk. She never met a stranger and loved to watch western movies, and football. Her children and grandchildren meant the world to her. She always went above and beyond to make sure they were cared for. She was a very proud grandmother making sure she used every opportunity she got to attend her grandkids school functions and sporting events.
At an early age, Marilyn accepted Christ into her life. She attended Mt. Zion under leadership of Rev. George. She later joined Mt. Olive in Bryan, Texas where Rev. John Hubbard, Sr. was the Pastor and overseer. When her health began to fail she went to live with her children and attended St. Paul M.B.C. in Coldspring, Texas, under watch care under the leadership of Rev. Charles Horton, Sr.
She leaves to cherish her memory, her mother, Nellie Whitfield, two loving sons; Jesse (Sonya) Reece of Livingston, Texas, and Jason Reece of Wichita Falls, Texas; four grandchildren; Rain Reece of Germany, D’Asia Ivory, Jaydon Reece, and Jaylon Reece of Livingston ,Texas; five siblings; Carlton Williams of Navasota, Texas, Linda (Darrell) Horne of Missouri City, Texas, David (Ruby) Williams, Carolyn (John, Sr.) Hubbard, Walter (Cindy) Whitfield, Jr., and Ray Whitfield all of Navasota, Texas, a special niece; Ketra Williams of Navasota, Texas, NaNa’s girls; Ta’Kira Taylor, Jhonrekia Ramsey-Dunn, and Maeneshia Bogany of Livingston, Texas, and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.
Funeral Services for
Saturday, September 19, 2015
Greater 1st Baptist Church Anderson, Texas
Visitation: 09/18/2015 Psalms Chapel Navasota, TX
Berryman, Cemetery. Anderson, Texas
Services are Entrusted to Psalms Funeral Home
"Mr. Marquis Hunter"
Mr. Morris A. Barnes (Michael)
Saturday, September 5, 2015
Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church
Courtney Cemetery, Courtney, Texas
Services Entrusted to
Psalms Funeral Home
Mr. Marques J. Whitfield
are set for
Saturday, September 5 , 2015
11:00 a.m. Missionary Camp Baptist Church
Visitation is set at Psalms Chapel Navasota Texas 1-7 pm
Courtney Cemetery. Courtney, Texas
Services Entrusted to Psalms Funeral Home
Funeral services for Evelyn Moore Dixion (Faye) are set for Saturday August 29, 2015 at 12:00 p.m. at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church Washington County, Texas. Interment will follow in the Washington County Cemetery in Washington County, Texas.
Mrs. Evelyn was born May 24, 1949 and died August 24, 2015. She leaves her family and friends to mourn her passing. Service entrusted to Psalms Funeral Home, Navasota, Tx
Funeral services for Robbie N Wyatt are set for Thursday August 13, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. at Liberty Baptist Church Interment will follow in the Todd Richardson Cemetery in Point Blank. Robbie was born November 18, 1940 and died August 4, 2015. She leaves her family
and friends to mourn her passing. Service entrusted to Psalms Funeral Home, Navasota, Tx
Lareyah H. Johnson &
Mariyah R. Johnson
are set for
Monday June 29th 2015 at
Weaver Cemetery Milligan, Texas.
Mr. Charlie Earl Blackshear Sr
are set for
July 1, 2015 at
Eleven O' Clock A.M.
Centerpoint Baptist Church
will immediately follow at Stonehamville Cemetery, Stoneham, Texas
Centerpoint B. C.
10:00 am - 11:00am