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Bonnie Percely

Jan 19, 1947 - Dec 08, 2023

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Houston, TX

Bonnie "Bon Bon" "GMA" Phyllis Maltzman Percely beloved Grandmother, Mother, Daughter, Sister, Great Aunt, Aunt and Friend left our loving arms Friday, December 8, 2023, but she will never leave our hearts. Born in Jersey City, New Jersey on January 19, 1947 she graduated from Henry Snyder High School and Monmouth University in Long Branch, New Jersey. Bon Bon spent her summers with JuJu and LuLu working at the Windmill on the Jersey Shore. Bonnie married Alan S. Percely in 1970, their first dau...Read More

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Morgann Marie “Maggie” McKethan

Jul 07, 1989 - Feb 26, 2024

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Houston, TX

A Mass of Christian burial will be held at 2:00 pm on Tuesday, March 5, 2024 at St. Mary Mother of the Church on Doucet Road in Lafayette, Louisiana for Morgann Marie “Maggie” McKethan, age 34, who passed unexpectedly on Monday, February 26, 2024 at her home in Houston, Texas. The family requests visitation be observed at St. Mary’s Church on Doucet Road beginning at 12:30 pm on Tuesday, March 5, 2024, with a Rosary at 1:00 pm. Father Matthew Hebert, pastor of Our Lady of Prompt Succor Catholic Church in Coteau, Louisiana will be the celebrant. Maggie is survived by her parents, Floyd and Lydia Moreau Degueyter of Broussard, Louisiana, her godparents, Charlie and Alice Moreau Faul of Coteau, Louisiana, Godfrey “Brother” Marine and his wife Patti of Broussard, Louisiana, and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins and friends spread across the United States and Canada; a special mention to her beloved dog, Ouisie Jefferson. She was preceded in death by her grandparents Samuel and Dorothy Moreau of New Iberia, Louisiana, and her great grandmother Mrs. Lydia Viator, also of New Iberia. A 2007 graduate of Saint Thomas Moore High School, and a 2012 graduate of the University of Mississippi “Ole Miss,” Maggie had made her home in Houston where she was a superstar news and sports producer for FOX 26 Houston television station. Devoting over 9 years to her FOX 26 family, she was instrumental in producing “Houston’s Morning Show” at 8AM, and was the first producer on the station’s groundbreaking “Isiah Factor Uncensored” daily show. In her career, she covered numerous breaking news events from Hurricane Harvey, to the funerals of former President H.W. Bush and First Lady Barbara Bush. She played an integral role in producing specials during the Astros’ playoffs and World Series runs. With a passion for soccer, she created her own social media content promoting Houston Dynamo Men’s Professional Soccer Team, and Houston Dash Women’s Professional Soccer Team. Before her career began with FOX 26 Houston, Maggie was a dance instructor at Dixie Dance Company of Oxford, Mississippi. She quickly became one of studio owner Megan Anderson’s most trusted employees, taking on more responsibility than just teaching dance. Maggie planned, choreographed, and organized dance recitals and other studio events. She loved her students and the studio so much that she would often come to the studio just to hang out in her free time. Maggie built lasting relationships with many of her students’ families that she maintained long after she graduated and moved away from Oxford. Beyond her passion for dance and sports, Maggie gave generously of her time, volunteering with youth as a Big Sister for Big Brothers Big Sisters Lone Star. Maggie’s family wishes to extend their deepest gratitude to her colleagues and friends who have compiled and aired several glowing tributes to Maggie’s professional contributions, as well as her enormous zest for life and genuine love of all things Houston and Louisiana. The family wishes to extend sincerest appreciation to Maggie’s roommate Miles Foreman for his courage, help and support. A memorial service in Houston, and a private interment ceremony are being planned for a later date. In remembrance of Maggie’s life, contributions can be made to the Maggie McKethan Memorial at the Ole Miss Alumni Center, or to , or . Smile brighter, wear the big earrings and the fun shoes, make the extra effort, hug for real, say what you mean, make mountains out of molehills, and say “I Love You!!”

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DARRELL D. PICKETT 1953 – 2024

Jun 03, 1953 - Feb 28, 2024

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Houston, TX

Saturday, March 9, 2024 at 12:30 PM McCoy and Harrison Funeral Home, 4918 Martin Luther King Blvd., Houston, Texas 77021 Saturday, March 9, 2024 at 1:30 PM McCoy and Harrison Funeral Home, 4918 Martin Luther King Blvd., Houston, Texas 77021 Saturday, March 9, 2024 – Immediately following the funeral service Houston Memorial Gardens Cemetery, 2426 Cullen Blvd., Pearland, Texas 77581

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HUZELL D. ALLEN 1949 – 2024

Jul 27, 1949 - Feb 27, 2024

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Houston, TX

Friday, March 8, 2024 at 9:00 AM New Pleasant Grove Missionary Baptist Church, 3221 Bain St., Houston, Texas 77026 Friday, March 8, 2024 at 10:00 AM New Pleasant Grove Missionary Baptist Church, 3221 Bain St., Houston, Texas 77026 Friday, March 8, 2024 – Immediately following the funeral service Houston Memorial Gardens Cemetery, 2426 Cullen Blvd., Pearland, Texas 77581

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LEVONNE HANNAH 1957 – 2024

Sep 15, 1957 - Feb 24, 2024

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Houston, TX

Monday, March 11, 2024 at 11:00 AM Paradise South Cemetery, 16001 Cullen Blvd., Pearland, Texas 77581

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Jose Tovar

Aug 16, 1962 - Feb 27, 2024

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Houston, TX

Jose Tovar was born August 16, 1962, and entered eternal rest on February 27, 2024. Jose survived by his beloved family, he was a loving relative and a great friend. He will be dearly missed by all those who shared wonderful memories with him. All services are under the care of Guardian Angel Funeral Home. For any questions or concerns regarding the services for Jose Tovar, please contact Guardian Angel Funeral Home at (713-697-7378. To to the family or in memory of Jose Tovar, please

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Julian Flores

Feb 09, 1961 - Feb 27, 2024

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Houston, TX

Julian Flores, beloved father, husband, grandfather, brother, uncle, and friend passed away peacefully at the age of 63 on February 27th, 2024, in his home surrounded by his wife and his four daughters. Julian was born to Luis Flores and Maria Garza Flores, on February 9,1961 in Victoria, Texas. He grew up in Victoria where he met his wife, Sylvia Morales, in 1976 at middle school and the two were married in November 1981. Julian moved his family to Houston, Texas in October of 1987 for new opportunities. In Houston, he built forklifts for 20 years, enjoying his work where he made many friends. He took pride in providing for his family. In his time off he attended church on Sunday mornings and loved to barbecue while watching football. He also enjoyed camping with his family and loved to attend NASCAR races with his friends. Julian is preceded in death by his parents Luis and Maria Flores, his brothers Reynaldo G Flores, Ramiro G Flores, Luis Flores Jr, Francisco G Flores, and his sisters Rosa Cordova, San Juana and Petra Flores. Left to cherish his memories is his loving wife of 42 years Sylvia Flores, four daughters, Christina Stewart, Marissa Flores, Catherine Guel (Genaro), and Julianna Flores, two grandchildren Abriana Mata and Ariana Mata, and three sisters Adela Garcia, Esther Flores, and Olga Cuellar. He is gone but never forgotten, his kindness and laughter will be missed and forever be held in our hearts.

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Joshua Dewayne Jones

Mar 21, 1995 - Feb 26, 2024

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Houston, TX

Joshua Dewayne Jones departed this life February 26, 2024. Visitation Saturday March 9, 2024, from 9-11am. Funeral 11am. Services will be held at Pleasant Hill B.C. 1510 Pannell St. Interment Paradise North Cemetery. To send a flower arrangement or to plant trees in memory of Joshua Dewayne Jones, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Aron Amato

Aug 22, 1929 - Feb 17, 2024

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Houston, TX

Aron Amato, 94, of Houston, Texas, passed away peacefully on February 17, 2024 surrounded by his family. He was born in Los Angeles, California on August 22, 1929. After serving in the U.S. Army during the Korean War, Aron returned to Los Angeles where he met his future wife Yvonne when she caught his eye and he asked her to dance. Love sprung quickly and they married shortly thereafter on December 29, 1959. Inspired to build a better life, they moved across the country to New York where he began working for Construction Fasteners. He quickly ascended within the company and relocated to Houston, Texas to open a new branch office in the ever-expanding southwestern United States. In 1970, Aron, along with his beloved wife, founded Metal Building Bolts and developed it into a successful enterprise before retiring twenty-five years later to enjoy the life he had built for his family. Aron was a devoted husband, father and grandfather who loved his family dearly. He enjoyed golfing, traveling, entertaining, and cheering on all of his favorite sports teams from the Oilers and Aeros of days-gone-by to the Astros, Rockets and Texans of today. He was a kind and generous soul with the greatest of spirit and the biggest of smiles, which live on with all those he touched. He will be greatly missed. He is survived by his wife of 64 years, Yvonne Amato; his son, Richard Amato and daughter-in-law, Krissy Krol Amato; his daughter, Michele Amato Cunningham and her husband, John Cunningham; and his grandchildren, Richie and Abbey Amato and Ian Cunningham. He was preceded in death by his grandson, Sean Aron Cunningham; his parents, Sam and Sallie Amato; his sisters, Sallie Amato Perlmutter and Elizabeth Amato Freed; and his brothers, Robert and Joseph Amato. A funeral service will be held on March 2nd, 2024, at 2pm at Memorial Oaks Cemetery Texas Liberty Chapel.

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Tara Lynn Ramour

Aug 12, 1988 - Feb 26, 2024

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Houston, TX

A memorial mass for Tara Lynn Ramour of Duson, originally of Cottonport, will take place at the St. Mary’s Assumption Catholic Church of Cottonport on Saturday, March 2nd, 2024 beginning at 11:00am with Rev. Charlie Ray officiating. Inurnment will commence at the St. Mary Catholic Mausoleum.Tara Ramour, age 35, was a devoted wife, loving mother, and cherished daughter. She passed away at the MD Anderson Cancer Center surrounded by her loved ones on Monday, February 26th, 2024. Those left to cherish her memory are her beloved husband, Brad Ramour; her precious children, Madi, Brody, Charlee, & Aiden Ramour; her caring parents, Carl and Terri Lynn Gullett Lacombe; and her dear sisters, Laura Lacombe (Tiffani) and Carlee Lacombe (Chase). She is also survived by her niece, Kailey Thomas; and her in-laws, Charles & Mary Ramour.She was preceded in death by her paternal grandparents, Allen & Louise Lacombe; maternal grandparents Tom & Amy Gullett.Visitation will begin at 9:00am on Saturday, March 2nd, 2024 at the St. Mary’s Assumption Catholic Church of Cottonport until time of service. Family and friends are invited to sign and view the online guestbook at www.escudefuneralhome.com. Escude Funeral Home of Mansura, 6608 Porterie St. Mansura, LA 71350 (318-964-2324) has been entrusted with the funeral arrangements.

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Mark John Hundemer

Feb 27, 1948 - Feb 11, 2024

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Houston, TX

Mark John Hundemer, 75, of Latium went to be with his Lord and Savior on February 11, 2024 at Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston, Texas.He was born on February 27, 1948 at Wichita Hospital Sister of St. Joseph in Wichita, Kansas. He was third born of 4 boys to Louis "Louie" and Ruth "Maggie" Hundemer. He was baptized March 14, 1948 at St. Mary's Cathedral in Wichita, Kansas, and He received the sacrament of First Holy Communion in 1955 at Blessed Sacrament in Wichita, Kansas. He grew up in Wichita and due to his father's job, they relocated to Brady, Texas during his sophomore and junior years of high school. His father was transferred back to Augusta, Kansas for his senior year of high school, where he played football, and graduated in 1966. He went on to graduate from Butler County Community College in 1971 with a Liberal Arts Degree, majoring in general business with a minor in sales.On March 15, 1986 he was united in marriage to Jo Ann Eberhardt at St. Paul Lutheran Church of Rehburg. They made their home in Latium, where they raised their two daughters, Sarah and Haley.Once he reestablished his roots in Texas in 1977, he was the sole proprietor for Latium Store. In 1980 he assisted Mr. Kenjura in starting K (Kenjura) & H (Hundemer) portable toilets, which he sold after a year of helping with the company. He then sold Latium Store in 1985 and became an outside sales representative for Brenham Office Supply Service from 1985 to 1991. From 1991 to 1993 he was a sales representative for Woodmen of the World Life Insurance Society. From 1993 until his retirement, he was a sales manager for the Toshiba Dealer of Precision Printing & Office Supply in Navasota. After his retirement he continued to work part time as a driver for LaRoche Chevrolet in Brenham until his health started to fail him.Mark was an outstanding husband, father, and pops. He loved being "Pops" to his 4 grandchildren and with one on the way. He loved spending time with them as they were the light of his life. He enjoyed the country life. Whether he was hunting out of his bathroom window, fishing in local ponds or at the coast on the family's annual trip to Rockport, TX, he found such enjoyment in the outdoors. He loved playing golf as he did so for many years until back surgeries prevented him. He loved watching sports, PGA, Houston Texans, Houston Astros, and Houston Oilers. His love for football, whether he was playing it or watching it, as he got old