A SERVICE OF CELEBRATING FOR
Teroslyn Renee Williams
~Reflection of Life~
Emory Earl Sneed was born December 8, 1948, to Elvin Sneed Sr. and Maggie Pearl Dorsey in Navasota, Grimes County, Texas.
Emory accepted Christ at an early age and united with Greater First Baptist Church. He served in various ministries of the church including deacon and was a faithful member until his health failed. He was employed with Anderson-Shiro CISD as supervisor of transportation and bus driver for many years until his retirement. He also owned a lawn mow business. Emory played an important role in the lives of Exzania ( Nana) Mock and Makayla Pratt. He and his dog Lili was inseparable. She was by his side wherever he traveled. Emory loved to participate in the annual Juneteenth parade and his highlight of the year was to pull a parade float with his friend Willie Loud shadowing him on the tractor.
He is preceded in death by his parents, grandparents: Allen and Josephine Sneed and Freddie and Martha Dorsey; brothers: Michael Glen Smith and Thomas James Smith.
He leaves to cherish his memories: Sisters: Beverly Williams (Mark), Leola Raska (Michael), Leona Bay, and Mary Johnson; Brothers: Elvin Sneed Jr., Ernest Menefee (Shirley) and Robert Menefee (Sabrina), one aunt: Mrs. Ruby Sneed; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. here to edit text
Monday, May 23, 2022 at 10:00 AM
CR 407 Anderson, Texas 77830
Christopher accepted Christ at an early age, he worked at Texas Pipe in Navasota for years and he also loved buying and working on cars.
Christopher is preceded in death his father; Carl Steptoe and grandmother; Gladys Pratte.
He leaves to cherish his memories his mother; Sharon Woodard, his sister; Artilia Henderson, his cousin; Benny Anderson, a best friend; Josh and a very special; Ashley Spriggs and a host of other close relatives and friends.
Saturday, March 5, 2022
Eleven O’clock A. M.
THE OUTBACK CENTER
10473 FM 1227
Navasota, Texas 77868
Rev. Bennie Steptoe, Officiating
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Jeff Green was born on July 4,1941 in Montgomery, Texas. He was the second born son of his loving parents, Julius Green and Mable Stewart. Jeff graduated from Lincoln High School in Montgomery, Texas. Afterwards, he worked at the local grocery store Mary Mocks for several years. Jeff was a very kind and generous man. He always greeted everyone with a big smile. He would always say, “I’m an independent man!” Because he was born on Independence Day (July 4th). In his leisure time, Jeff enjoyed spending time with his family and friends and dressing up in his Cowboy Hat and Boots. Jeff entered into eternal rest on February 14, 2022, in Dobbin, TX. He was 80 years old. He was preceded in death by his parents, Mable Stewart, and Julius Green and his two brothers Mark and Robert Green. He leaves to cherish his memories and continue his legacy: His sons “the twins”, Calvin (Carla) White and Cornell White and a host of grand and great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.
Saturday, February 26, 2022,11:00 A.M.
Mt. Moriah Baptist Church
2763 N. Mount Moriah Rd.
Montgomery, Texas 77356
Rev. Franklin Higgins - Pastor/Eulogist
Interment--Post Oak Cemetery Dobbin, Texas
THE REPASS WILL BE SERVED AT THE CHURCH
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ABSENT FROM THE BODY BUT PRESENT WITH THE LORD. SUSANNA SATCHERWHITE, ONE OF GOD ANGEL, HERE ON EARTH WAS BORN ON A COLD WINTER DAY, NOVEMBER 23 1932, TO TWO PROUND PARENTS, WILLIE LEE RANDLE RHODES AND CLARK RHODES IN A TOWN CALL MINNOX, TX, KNOW AS 242 OFF OF I-45 NORTH. SHE WAS THE 6TH CHILD AND THE 4 DAUGHTER BORN AT THAT TIME ALTHOUGH THERE WAS ELEVEN CHILDREN BORN TO THAT UNION. SHE BEGIN HER EARLY EDUCATION AT BOOKER T. WASHINGTON IN CONROE, TX UNTIL 1950-1951. SHE WENT ON TO BUTLER COLLEGE IN TYLER, TX. AFTER COLLEGE, SHE MET AND MARRIED WILLIE SATCHERWHITE, AND TO THAT FAMILY THERE WERE 3 BOYS AND ONE GIRL, JERRY DEAN , GENE WAYNE , ROBERT RALEIGH , AND WILLIE GENE. SUZIE WENT ON TO PURSUE HER OCCUPATION AS A NURSE AT SAINT ELIZABETH HOSPITAL IN HOUSTON, TX. SHE DECICATED HER LIFE TO CHRIST AT A EARLY AGE AND BOUGHT UP HER KIDS IN CHURCH. SHE AND HER FAMILY WAS A MEMBER OF FALVY MEMORIAL BAPTIST B. C.FOR YEARS. SHE MOVED TO WILLIS, TX AND BECAME A MEMBER OF GRACE BIBLE CHURCH. REV GERALD WHEATON WAS HER PASTOR. SUZIE WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HER PARENTS AND 10 SIBBLINGS, HER HUSBAND WILLIE JR AND 2 SONS, GENE SATCHERWHITE, JERRY SATCHERWHITE. SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER DAUGHTER, WILLIE JEAN HILDRETH (LARRY) AND SON, ROBERT SATCHERWHITE, CYNTHIA, SHANETTA RAY, MELVIN RAY, GREAT GRANDKIDS, MALAYA KESHEA AND JEREMIAH,OLEVIA, ETHEL KIDS, JAMES WOOTEN , PHEBE, MOZELLE SATCHERWHITE, HERBERT, AND A HOST OF OTHER FAMILY MEMBERS AND FRIENDS.
Saturday, February 26, 2022 @11:00 A.M.
GRACH BIBLE CHURCH
Pastor Gerald Wheaton, Officiating
~Ernest Lee West (Boo)~
Ernest Lee West (Boo) was born on December 15,1970 to the proud parents of George West and the late Sally Ann Sanders-West of Navasota, Texas. Ernest transitioned to Eternal life on February 20, 2022. He devoted his life to Jesus Christ at an early age and stayed faithfully devoted until his departure. He was a faithful member of Christian Hope Baptist Church of Houston, Texas under the leadership of Pastor Kenneth W. Stroman. He sung with the Voices of Hope as well as the Male chorus choir. He never met a stranger and prayed for everybody he encountered.
Ernest graduated from Navasota High School in 1990 and continued his education at Texas Southern University. Ernest enjoyed life to the fullest and it showed as he became a flight attendant. He worked as a Property Manager for several companies for many years as well as being a Business Entrepreneur. Streeaty Eats was one of his biggest accomplishments. Ernest had such a strong love for people as he was always ready and willing to help anyone. He is proceeded in death by his mother; Sally Ann Sanders-West, sister; Nancy West; brother George West Jr. as well as his maternal and paternal grandparents.
Ernest leaves to cherish his wonderful memories his Dad; George West, three brothers; John West, Donald West (Sonya) and Darryl West (Ida Mae), all of Navasota, Texas, one Aunt; Johnnie Wilridge of Houston, Texas, his sister-n-law; Sharon Henderson, along with a host of family and friends that turned family. He had an abundance of friends from Texas to Georgia that adored him and will miss him tremendously.
Sunday, February 27, 2022 3-6 P.M.
The Outback Center
10473 F M 1227
Navasota, Texas 77868
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~Alvin James Booker, Jr.~
Alvin James Booker, Jr. was born September 26, 1962 to Alfred Thompson, Sr. and Dora Ethel in Navasota, Texas
He is preceded in death by his grandmother; Mildred Ethel and grandfather; Amos Ethel and Alfred Thompson, Sr., and Lena Thompson.
Alvin accepted Christ at an early age. He attended Navasota Independent School district. He worked for Grant for many years until his health began to fail.
Alvin met and married the love of his life, Bonnie Love in 1990.
He leaves to cherish is memories his wife, Bonnie Booker of 31 years, his mother; Dora Victoria Ethel and father; Alfred Thompson and step-mom; Ruby Thompson of Houston, Texas, his brothers; Raymond (Angie), Shannon, Eben and Blake Booker. His sisters; Cynthia (Arthur), Phenecia, Betty, Erica, and Renae (Willie). His aunt; Mary Ethel, his uncles; Willie, Thomas and Rubin Ethel, his close friends; Mark Powell and Sylvester Lindley, his special cousins; Amie and Cathy Jefferson, Shae and Tasha and a host of other relatives and friends.
Services will be held
Monday, February 7, 2022 @1:00 P.M.
The Outback Center
Saturday, January 22, 2022
~Italia’s McGregor Life Journey~
Life’s sunrise here on earth for Italia was November 4, 1997, to her mother; Nakeyshya McGregor and father; Darrell Phillips in Houston, Texas.
Italia graduated from Bellville Independent School District. She attended Ebenzer Missionary Baptist Church in Chappell Hill, Texas.
Italia was employed with Brenham State School in Brenham, Texas, she worked for Dailcin in Waller, Texas, Walmart in Bellville, Texas, just to name a few. She loved being around her family and friends and enjoyed dancing.
She loved to braid her in which she owned her own business; Braids by Italia.
She leaves to cherish her memories her three children; Jackson McGregor, Natalia Wagner and Khylir Mosely, her mother; Nakeyshya McGregor Sanders (Kevin), her father; Darrell Phillips (Tashical), her grandparents; Gertrude Phillips of Chappell Hill, TX and Josie Sanders of Bellville, TX, her siblings: Aaron Sanders, Nia Sanders, Skyla Sanders, Aspen Sanders, Krayton
Sanders, Dierra Phillips, Jaibrion Moore, Damien Phillips, Daydrin Hopes,
Datasia Phillips, Keshawn Hemmitt, Damyrion Phillip, Ja’darius Phillips, Cre-
Shunna Phillips, numerous aunts, uncles and cousins Her special friend; Keith Mosley and a host of other close relatives and friends.
Celebration of Life Service
Saturday, January 15, 2022 @ Eleven O’clock
Rev. Tim Webb, Pastor Champion Fellowship-1801 S. Market-Brenham, TX
Rev. John Baptiste, Officiating
Visitation January 15, 2022 from Ten O'cloce to Eleven O'clock
Italia Will Rest at:
Leathie Howard Cemetery *Chappell Hill, Texas
~Sabrina’s Life Journey~
Life’s sunrise here on earth for Sabrina Lyn Brooks was November 18, 1971, she and her late twin sister; Katrina Ann Brooks-Woods were born in Fort Hood, Texas to the late Willie C. Brooks and Barbara Ann Thompson Brooks-Glover.
Sabrina graduated from Sterling High School in Houston, Texas, she also attended Brenham Elementary School in Brenham, Tx. After graduating from high school, she furthered her education by attending RN school and becoming a Home Health Administrator, where she received many rewards for her labor. She exemplified her ministry by helping and caring for children that were not her own.
Sabrina was an entrepreneur, she owned her Assistant Living home (Grace and Mercy) in Houston where showered her patients with Love and compassion.
Sabrina accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior at an early age at Mt. Zion AME Church in Washington, Tx. under the leadership of Rev. Charles Bradford. She loved singing in the Junior choir being her favorite song,” He is able to carry you through and Going Up Yonder. She enjoyed coming back home on special days especially when Rev. Emory Davis was preaching because she was coming to get her praise on.
She leaves her precious memories to her two children, Briana Butler Green (Swani), her son, Peril Butler, her mother; Barbara Thompson Brooks-Glover, brother; Willie C. Brooks, Jr. (Sonya), stepbrother; Chris Mann (Delane), stepsisters; Tracy Glover, Therese Glover, and Rochelle Glover Hall (Barry), her step-father; Rev. Edward James Glover, her grandmother; Ruby Mae Brooks of Washington, Tx., her great uncle; Roosevelt Williams. Her aunts; Shirley VanBuren, Thelma Grace, Shirley Thompson, Rev. Prudie Milam, Joyce Webb and Joyce Mathis. Six grandchildren; Bentley, Jaxon, Bryson Brielle, Miah, and Demarcus, many children she mothered, her God parents, co-workers and a host of other nieces, nephews, other close relatives and friends.
Saturday, October 2, 2021 @ 1:00 O’clock
Rev. James Mable, Sr., Pastor Missionary Camp B. C.-Navasota, Tx. 77868
Rev. David B. Bradford, Officiating
Sabrina Will Rest at:
Home going celebration for
~Toby Dewayne Terrell~
Toby Dewayne Terrell was born to Sharon Terrell. He accepted Christ at an early age and was baptized by the late Rev. William Gantt, Sr. and was a member of Truvine MBC in Navasota, Tx. He attended school in Navasota and Houston school district. He also attended International School of Professional Drivers where he received his CDL license for trucking. He worked for various trucking companies and traveled all over the United States with his last employment
being Twin City Transportation of Little Rock, Arkansas.
He was an active and devoted member of “Son of Hiram” and enjoyed sports, movies or just Chilin in his spare time with his family.
Toby met and married Rhodesia Lachars Franklin in 2013.
[[PASTING TABLES IS NOT SUPPORTED]] Toby is preceded in death by his father; James Steptoe, Sr. his grandmothers; Sarah Richardson Terrell, Willie Thomas (mama Tee) and Eddie Pearl Terrell, his grandfathers; Thomas Terrell, Jr., Albert Thomas, Woodrow Kennard, two uncles; Billy and John Terrell.
Saturday, August 28, 2021
Truevine Missionary Baptist Church
1005 Nolan St
Navasota, Texas 77868
Rev. Charlie Hall, Pastor
Dennis Bryant Cemetery* Navasota, Texas
Lonnie Dallas Gray, Jr. 28, of Navasota, Texas passed away July 16, 2021, in Austin, Texas.
Lonnie was born June 4, 1993, to Kelly Faniel and Lonnie Gray, Sr. He is preceded in death by his maternal grandfather; Green Faniel, paternal grandfather; Melvin Gray, Sr., two uncles; James Gray and Eric Garrett.
Lonnie graduated from Lamar Consolidated High School and attended college at Texas A & M Kingsville.
Lonnie joined and was baptized at an early age at Mt. Zion M.B.C of Richmond, Texas. Until the time of death, Lonnie has been attending Missionary Camp M.B.C. in Navasota, Texas.
Reflections of Life
accepted Christ at an early
age. She graduated from Richards High
School and attended Blinn College to get her nursing degree. During her college
years, she met and fell in love with her then and forever husband; Joseph Smart
of Navasota, Texas, a marriage that would last for 58 years. Through this union, five children were born;
Joseph, Reginald, Vanessa, Brian and Ashley.
The couple and their children lived in Houston, Texas where their faith carried on at Christian Hope Baptist Church.
Pearl worked at TIRR-The Institute of Rehabilitation and Research for many years until her health took a downward turn…although determined to never give up. She fought all obstacles that came her way and conquered to the final end of her journey, where she continued to fight until God told her to come on home…
She leaves to cherish her memories her husband; Joseph Smart, three sons; Joseph (Michelle), Reginald (Mishell) and Ashley (Claudia), one daughter; Vanessa Smart, 11 grand kids,7 great-grands and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and 2 sister-n-laws; Carolyn Isaiah and Mary Helen Jefferson and one brother-n-law; Veltee Smart.
~April Deshaun Griffin~
April Deshaun Griffin was born April 1st, 1982 in Brenham, Texas to the parentage of Ricky Griffin Sr. and Lois Marie Ray. She received her primary education in Brenham, TX, attending Brenham Junior High and Brenham High School. April loved the Lord and dedicated her life to Christ at an early age under the leadership of Reverend Trudie Milam. April enjoyed being a mother to her “6pack”, she loved being a grandmother and would spend countless hours on ways to make everyone happy. She enjoyed doing home health care to care for others just like she would with her own family. April loved to cook and made sure she lived life to the fullest! She enjoyed riding horses and attending trail-rides.
April rededicated her life to Christ at Mt. Calvary Missionary Baptist Church under Pastor Gregory Baldwin.
God called April home on May 17th, 2021. She was preceded in death by her mother, Lois Marie Ray.
April leaves to cherish her six children Tierika, Cornelius , Talia, Trudasia, Trushon and Truvon. Her four grandbabies; Jason, Ja’ziyah, Journei, Katie and Kaleigh. A Special friend; Curtis O’Bryant Taylor. Father; Ricky Griffin Sr., Sisters; Esther Griffin Gloria Ray Courtney Johnson (James Johnson). Brothers; Ricky Griffin Jr, David Sweed, Jr, Lonnie Sweed; and a host of nieces, nephews, extended family, and many friends.
Celebration of Life
Saturday, the 29th of May at * 1:00 P.M.
Missionary Camp B. C.
Navasota, Texas 77868
Cornelius Brooks Jr Mt Zion
Washington Tx 77880
~Robert's Last & Final Ride~
"And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes;
and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow,
nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain:
for the former things are passed away."
Robert Lee Young III entered the world with his presence on Saturday, October 23, 1965, to the proud and loving parents, Martha and Robert Lee Young II in Conroe Texas.
Robert attended public school in Montgomery, Texas and graduated from Montgomery High School, Class of 1984. Robert accepted Christ as his personal Lord and Savior, and was baptized at Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Pastor T.B. Reeves.
During high school, Robert was employed by Hamilton Sanitation as a driver for many years. Later on in life, Robert was employed by Del Lago as a Lead Laundry Press Operator. Robert was a fulltime Mule Skinner for Acres Home Riding & Roping Club for over 30 years. Upon his health starting to fail, Robert worked for Easley Enterprises, and Lewis Johnson Wood Services, doing various tasks.
On March 11, 2012, Robert married his best friend, and life companion, DeAnne Young.
Robert's love for horses began at an early age. He lived to train, break, but mostly ride some of the toughest horses around. Robert knew every trick of the trade to get a horse/mule to trust him. Robert decided that he wanted to join his cousin (George Linton Jr.) in Houston, and drive mules into downtown Houston for the seven day trailride, for the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo. Robert would train mules and horses for different trail ride clubs, from miles and miles. Robert had the great idea one day to take horses and mules on a journey of there life, from Montgomery, Texas to Willis, Texas crossing the Bentwater Bridge (2 mile bridge surrounded by Lake Conroe). Robert would say, when they go across this bridge and back, they are now "Young Approved"!! Robert enjoyed his life breaking horses and mules, dancing, partying, hanging with friends, and family. The joy of Robert's life, was living his best life to the fullest. Robert had a giving heart, and love for all people, and he never met a stranger. Robert will be missed for his slick tongue, loud mouth, signature dance move, singing the blues during dialysis, and his favorite saying, "GO HEAD". Robert will be deeply missed and forever loved.
Celebration of Life
Saturday, the 15th of May at * 2:00 P.M.
West Tabernacle M B C
1900 FM 2854 Rd. Conroe, Texas 77304
Rev. Anthon Shelton, Pastor
Rev. Lenton, Sr., Eulogist
Rev. Deondre Manning, Officiating
~Jimmetta D. Millican~
Funeral services for Jimmetta D. Millican or set for Monday March 29th at 12 noon at St. Paul Methodist Church in Spring, Texas Interment will follow the funeral service at Forest Park Cemetery in The Woodlands, Texas. Visitation will be Monday, March 26yh at 309 Murray St., Conroe, TX from 6-8p.m. Services entrusted to Psalms Funeral Home Navasota, Conroe, Texas
~Kimberly Banks Sneed~
On behalf of The Family of Kimberly Banks Sneed who passed away on February 3, 2021. We are asking that everyone wear a mask on Saturday, February 13, 2021 for visitation will start at 1:00pm to 2:00pm Graveside Service will follow starting at 2:00 pm at Oakland Cemetery (The Chapel in the back) in Navasota, Texas! Repast will follow at the Navasota Center 3:00pm to 6:00pm (Please remember to wear your mask and social distance) Thank you all for the kind words, thoughts and prayers through this difficult time. Continue to keep us in your prayers - The Family
Shantrell Nicole Goodnight was born January 14, 1997 in Huntsville, Texas to Winford A. Goodnight and Tiffany Nicole Long.
Shantrell received her education in the Huntsville Independent School District and graduated from Huntsville High School with the class of “2015. She furthered her education at Prairie View A&M University and Stephen F. Austin State University, working towards her bachelor’s degree in social work. She was employed a Kroger Grocery Store as a cashier; she was a lover of music. She was a member of the HHS marching bank where she played the trombone, she also sang with the Huntsville’s superstars in 2018 and earned a scholarship at the FCCLA National Leadership Conference for fashion design.
Shantrell was preceded in death great great-grandmother; Leona Miles, her grandmother; Helen Delores Shaw Goodnight-Oates, her great grandmother; Belzora L. Goodnight, uncles; William A. Goodnight, Charles Oates and Hoarce Nixon, Jr. and great grandmother; Meadell Nixon. She leaves to cherish her precious memories her mother; Tiffany Long (Ahmad) of Huntsville, TX and father; Winford A. Goodnight, III (Jackie) of Dallas, TX, brother; Kendrick Perkins, sister; Iyuanna, her grandparents; Winford A. and Mitzy Goodnight, grandmother; Violet L. Perkins and great grandmother; Izoria Shaw, her step grandparents; Lillie and Edward Long. Her special friend; Averette Murray, and friend; Roshia Gray and special aunts; Elvira Nixon, Patricia Nixon, Margie Nixon, Jackie Nixon, Sharee Goodnight, Shaynna Goodnight, Vicketta Young, Vickie Goodnight and a host of other relatives, family, and friends.
Marvene Edmond was born March 20, 1958 to the late Mary Lee Edmond in Maynard, Texas. He is preceded in death by his mother, brother; Johnny Ray and twin sister; Darlene.
Marvene received his education through the Cold Spring School District. He continued various training through pipe fitting and self-taught of many jobs.
Marvene was a fun person to be around, he loved his family and his children, and he always made everyone laugh, especially when he thought he knew everything about all sports even though he was highly skilled in basketball.
He leaves to cherish his precious memories his son; Dylen Nash of Willis, Texas, his two daughters; Marenda Ashley Edmond of Houston, Texas and Jazmine Zoria Edmond of Willis, Texas. Three sisters; Jackie of Maynard, Barbara (Larry), Linda (Isaac) of Houston, Texas, one brother; Willie Ray (Davorah) of Maynard, Texas. Two aunts; Annie Scott and Irene Merandes, six nieces; LaQuinta Bellows (Casey), LaShanda Kelly (David), Cheryl, Tracey, Keeya Sykes and Kim Williams, all of Houston, Texas. Four nephews; Dexter and Dominique of Willis, Derrick and Kenderick of Huntsville, Texas. Three great nephews; Casey Larenz, Nicholas Quinton and Shawn Michael of Houston, Texas. His special friend; Lora Moody and a host of other relatives and friends.
Saturday, January 9, 2021 @ 1:00 P.M.
Hargrove Cemetery* New Waverly, Texas
Services will be held at West Montgomery County Park
Saturday, January 9, 2021 @ 12 Noon
Woods Cemetery * Richards, Texas