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Genevieve Cole

Dec 05, 1932 - Nov 23, 2023

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League City, TX

On Thanksgiving day, November 23, our mother Genevieve Lowry Cole, passed away peacefully just shy of her 91st birthday. A native of Pembroke, NC, daughter of John R. Lowry and Stella L Lowry, she is survived by her three sons, Eric (Wendy) of League City, Texas, Marc (Tracy) of Holly Springs, North Carolina, and Christopher (Alison) of Hurdle Mills, North Carolina. She is also survived by her three granddaughters Reece, Ayden, and Riley. In 1950, Genevieve graduated as valedictorian of Pemb...Read More

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Deanna Lou Erstad Temple

Oct 27, 1939 - Feb 17, 2024

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League City, TX

Deanna Lou Erstad Temple passed away February 17, 2024, at her home in League City, Texas, surrounded by four generations of loving family. She was 84. Deanna was born October 27, 1939, to Harold and Birdie Erstad of Slayton, Minnesota, the tenth of twelve children. She moved to Texas at the age of 17, where she met the love of her life, Bill. She worked as a teacher’s aide for Dickinson ISD, before going to work for the Dickinson Water Office. Deanna was a long-time member of Faith Lutheran Church and enjoyed giving back to her church family and community as a member of the Ladies of Faith craft group. She was preceded in death by her husband of 55 years, William “Bill” Temple, as well as her parents and nine of her siblings. Deanna is survived by her three children, daughters Teresa Antley and her husband, Keith, and Lori Pedersen and her husband, Tom, and Doug Temple and his wife, Dawn; grandchildren, Donald Antley (m. Danyale), Daniel Antley (m. Brandi), Dianna Wakefield (m. Ricky), Kristin Pedersen (m. Jarred), Jason Pedersen, Jennifer Pedersen (m. Brett ), Jeremy Temple and Jacob Temple; sixteen great-grandchildren, and one great-great-granddaughter with another on the way, and her younger sister, Jeanne Zaganiacz. Honored to serve as pallbearers are Donald Antley, Daniel Antley, Ricky Wakefield, Jarred Thibodeaux, Jeremy Temple and Jacob Temple. Visitation for Deanna Temple will be held Friday, February 23, 2024, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., at Crowder Funeral Home in Dickinson. A Celebration of Life in Deanna’s honor will begin Saturday, February 24, 2024, at 11:00 am, at Crowder Funeral Home in Dickinson, Texas, with interment following at Forest Park East Cemetery, Webster, Texas. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Faith Lutheran Church in Dickinson. Deanna lived a long, happy life filled with love and laughter, always guided by her abiding faith. She and Bill built a large, tight knit, loving family, where gatherings were always filled with stories, games, hugs and laughter. She will be greatly missed, but we’re happy knowing she’s at peace with Jesus and reunited with Bill.

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Stephen Rex Smith

Sep 10, 1939 - Feb 13, 2024

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League City, TX

Stephen Rex Smith peacefully passed away on Tuesday, February 13, 2024 at the age of 84 surrounded by his family. He was born in New Palestine, Indiana on September 10, 1939 to Udell and Geraldine Smith. Following High School in Jonesboro, Arkansas, he married his sweetheart Elizabeth Crall. They moved to St. Louis, Missouri where Rex completed Pharmacy School. Upon completion of school, they returned to Jonesboro where Rex and Liz worked at the family Drug Store. In 1971, they relocated to LaPorte, Texas where Rex was the Pharmacist and Store Manager of SuperX, later becoming Walgreens. Rex later was transferred to Deer Park, Texas where he oversaw the new Walgreens and later retired from that drug store with 33 years of service with Walgreens. Rex enjoyed his travels with Liz and spending time with their children and grandchildren. Rex was active with the Clear Lake Methodist Church and served several years supporting the church. Rex was an avid reader and gardener. In 2018, Rex and Liz moved to The Crossings in League City, Texas where they enjoyed making it their new home. Rex was preceded in death by his parents. He is survived by his very loving, dedicated wife of 65 years, Liz, his four children Cindy (Jeff) Cravey of Bellaire, Texas, Cathy (Bruce) Sutherland of Hilltop, Texas, Sara (Mark) Grone of Galveston, Texas and Stephen (Melanie) of Clear Lake, Texas; seven grandchildren, Kimberly Kennedy, Samantha Kennedy, Kristen (Trenton) Petry, Allison (Charlie) Mullins, Candace Cravey, Alex Smith and Scarlett Smith; four great-grandchildren, Kate Mullins, Thomas Petry, Maddison Mullins and Abigail Petry. His brothers David Smith of Memphis, Tn and Mike (JoAnn) Smith of Memphis, Tennessee. The family will be holding a Celebration of Life service for Rex at The Crossings in League City, Texas on March 2, 2024 at 2pm in the chapel with a reception to follow. In lieu of flowers, and in remembrance of Rex, donations may be made in his honor to The Crossings Benevolent fund, part of the Methodist Retirement Community (mrcaff.org). Liz and the family would like to express their sincerest thanks and appreciation to the entire staff of The Crossings for their care and compassion over the years to both her and Rex.

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Barbara Jean Reagan Hall

Jul 04, 1951 - Feb 09, 2024

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League City, TX

Barbara Jean Reagan Hall passed peacefully into the arms of her Savior on February 9, 2024, at her home in League City, TX. The following is Barbara’s life story in her own words, penned by her own hand…Barbara was born to Wanda and William Reagan July 4, 1951. She is preceded in death by her only brother, William J. Reagan, Jr. and her parents. She had a former husband, Jan G. Hall, who died of invasive melanoma in 1989.Barbara attended Galveston public schools and Galveston College. In 1976, she graduated from UTMB School of Nursing. Shortly thereafter, she moved to Deer Park and worked at various hospitals in the Houston and Pasadena area. In 1985, while attending UHCL, Barbara had a major health issue and moved back to Galveston. In 1987, she worked only about 5 months at the TDCJ Hospital when she came down with multiple sclerosis. One of her greatest challenges was that she could not walk. She credits God for returning her ability to walk. Although at that time she could no longer work, she moved to Fort Crockett Apartments, where she met her BFF, Rhonda Harrell. She and Rhonda are still friends to this day.Barbara made her profession of faith in 1981 at First Baptist Church in Pasadena. She then became a lifelong Christian. She was a member of Galveston Bible Church since 2000, but could no longer attend in person because of COVID. Barbara has bible study sisters who have been a great support for her, because in her later days, she could no longer drive. The bible study sisters are Jan Kent, Carol Ross, Mary Angela Kampe, Jenn Bond, Patricia Munoz, Beverly Trimble, and Joye Ramsey.Barbara leaves behind her aunt and uncle, Russell and Betty Cornitius, and her cousin, David Reagan and his wife, Kelly. To my BFF, I hope to see you again one day in heaven. I will always love you.Barbara’s family will receive visitors beginning at 11:00 am, Thursday, February 22, at Malloy & Son Funeral Home. A funeral service will begin at 12:00 noon with burial following at Galveston Memorial Park in Hitchcock.Barbara’s loved ones wish to express their deepest heartfelt gratitude to the following: UTMB League City 4th Floor nurses and staff; Alma Miranda and her staff of PCAs at Right at Home; Living Hope Hospice and their angels, Irene and Amy; No Place Like Home and their angels, Evelyn and Carolyn; and Tyler Wilds and his staff at Orchard Park at Victory Lakes.

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Brendan Flannery

Apr 03, 1985 - Feb 06, 2024

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League City, TX

, 38, a resident of League City, Texas, unexpectedly passed away on February 6, 2024. Born on April 3, 1985, in Ft. Ord, California, he was the proud son of Thomas Flannery and Diane Marie Golemboski. Brendan, a 21-year resident of the League City and Dickinson area, was a dedicated member of the Clear Creek Community Church. Professionally, he served as a Mechanical Coordinator for Exxon Mobil, showcasing his commitment and dedication throughout his working career. Brendan was also a real estate investor and loved to help mentor and learn more about this home purchasing process. However, his most significant achievements were as a beloved son, brother, husband, father, and friend. He attended Judson High School and made Varsity as a sophomore and became an integral part of the state-winning team. Brendan’s exceptional skills earned him the title of All-American Offensive Lineman during his high school years. He continued his educational journey at Stephen F. Austin in Texas, where he excelled as a four-year letterman. After graduating he was a teacher and coach for 5 years. In addition to his accomplishments, Brendan also contributed to the community by coaching in the football little league and youth soccer. His passion for the sport extended beyond his personal achievements, impacting the lives of young players, and fostering a love for the game. In his memory, Brendan is survived by his loving wife of 16 years and college sweetheart Amanda Batey Flannery, and their children. Brendan’s greatest loves are: his wife, Amanda Batey Flannery, his daughter Abbygail Flannery, sons Brayden Flannery, and Brackstin Flannery. He is also survived by his mother and step-father, Diane Sarvis and Daniel Sarvis; his mother and father in law, Henry and Stacy Batey, grandmother, Marie Golemboski; sister, Rebecca Flores and husband Matthew; brothers, Brian Flannery, David Flannery; his nieces Jordyn Flannery, Adyson Flannery, Emercyn Flannery, and their mother Shelley Flannery, Bree Flores; and step-brother, James Sarvis his brother and sister in law Emmitt and Lauren Batey and their children Mason and Paisley Batey. Additionally, he leaves behind numerous friends and colleagues who cherished his presence. Brendan’s life will be celebrated on Sunday, February 11, 2024, at 2:00 pm in the Crowder Funeral Home Chapel, Dickinson, Texas. May the gathering be a heartfelt tribute to the remarkable person he was and bring solace to those mourning his untimely departure.

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Jerry Priess

Jan 01, 1940 - Feb 04, 2024

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League City, TX

Jerry passed peacefully at home on February 4, 2024. He was preceded in death by his parents, Leroy and Viona Priess, and his daughter Cindy Knapp. He is survived by his wife, Vicki, Sister Joyce Marie Priess, Daughter Cathy Gaines and husband David, stepdaughter Lisa Els and husband Randy, Stepson Ronnie Boatman, Granddaughters Jessica Little and husband Cody, Amanda Knapp, Chelsea Vuncannon and husband Nick, Grandson Austin Gaines and 3 great grandsons. Jerry was born in Stafford, Kansas to Leroy and Viona Priess. He spent his summers working on his grandparent’s farm and played basketball and football in high school. As a Scout, he earned the rank of Eagle Scout and the God and Country award. Jerry had a talent for drawing and his rich baritone rang out in church hymns. Jerry began his military career at the age of 17 when he joined the Oklahoma National Guard. He continued his career by moving through several different commands and finishing his 32-year career Lieutenant Colonel in the Army Reserves. Awards during his military career included numerous Superior Ratings both individually and as Commanding Officer of various units. He graduated from the University of Kansas and began his career as an electrical engineer with Lear jet, moving on to Cessna. Jerry’s knowledge and experience with Cessna projects led to a leadership role with Flight Research Group, Aircraft Operations Division, NASA, in Houston where he remained until he retired in 2019 after 50 years. In spite of being occupied with military and civilian work, he found time to devote his resources and time to various volunteer and philanthropic causes. He was a life member of the KU Alumni Association. He has been honored for providing a bequest to the 100 Million Dollar Club in support of the World’s Greatest Philanthropy for the Shriner’s Hospital for Children. He was a Master Mason, Scottish Rite Mason and a Shriner. He was a volunteer driver for the Shriner’s Hospital for Children shuttling patients to and from the hospital to the airport or bus station. He was a Life Member of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, member of Lighthouse Charity Team, Galveston Bay Parrothead Club, Krewe Babalu, and Ritches Raiders BBQ cookoff Team. He was a volunteer judge for the Odyssey of the Minds at the local, district, state and National level. He also worked with numerous other charities to raise money for research, heath police and crisis intervention. Jerry was a generous supporter of independent singer/songwriters in the Trop Rock genre. He was a great friend to many musicians in the area and his generosity was limitless. He had a great sense of humor and always ready with a smile. Visitation will be held on Saturday, February 10, 2024 from 3-6 PM at Crowder Funeral Home, 1645 E Main Street, League City, Texas. Burial will be at Fairview Park Cemetery, St. John, Kansas on February 17th at 1:00PM. A Memorial Service will be held Saturday, March 2, 2024, 11am at Clear Lake United Methodist Church, 16335 El Camino Real, Houston, Texas 77062. In lieu of flowers, the family would like donations be sent to: Shriners Temple, Attn: Transportation Corp, 1616 W 23rd Street, Galveston, Texas 77550 or Hospice Care Team, 1441 32nd Ave N., Texas City, Texas 77591.

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Stella Wilbanks

Feb 18, 1923 - Feb 06, 2024

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League City, TX

"Funeral services for Stella Wilbanks, 100 of League City, Texas, are scheduled for 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 13, 2024 at Phillips and Luckey Funeral Home in Giddings with Tim Pitts officiating. A private burial will follow in the Giddings City Cemetery. Visitation will be held on Tuesday, February 13, 2014 from 8:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. at Phillips and Luckey Funeral Home in Giddings. Mrs. Wilbanks passed away the evening of Tuesday, February 6, 2024 in League City, Texas."

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Clara Mae Bowers

Jul 13, 1936 - Jan 31, 2024

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League City, TX

Clara Mae Bowers, age 87, of League City, Texas passed away on Wednesday, January 31, 2024. A visitation for Clara will be held Sunday, February 11, 2024 from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM at Forest Park East Funeral Home, 21620 Gulf Fwy, Webster, TX 77598. A funeral service will occur Sunday, February 11, 2024 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM, 21620 Gulf Fwy, Webster, TX 77598. A committal service will occur Sunday, February 11, 2024 from 11:00 AM to 11:30 AM, 21620 Gulf Fwy, Webster, TX 77598.

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Con Thi Nguyen

Oct 15, 1928 - Jan 26, 2024

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League City, TX

Con Thi Nguyen, age 95, of League City, Texas passed away on Friday, January 26, 2024. A visitation for Con will be held Monday, February 12, 2024 from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM at Moore Funeral Home, 1219 North Davis Drive, Arlington, TX 76012. A funeral service will occur Tuesday, February 13, 2024 from 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM, 1219 North Davis Drive, Arlington, TX 76012. A committal service will occur Tuesday, February 13, 2024 from 11:00 AM to 11:30 AM at Moore Funeral Home & Memorial Gardens, 1219 N Davis Dr, Arlington, TX 76012.

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Miguel Gonzales Sr.

Mar 05, 1957 - Jan 19, 2024

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League City, TX

Miguel Gonzales Sr., 66, of League City, Texas entered into eternal rest on January 19, 2024. Born in Harlingen, Texas on March 5,1957 is preceded in death by his granddaughter: Maleah Deborah Gonzales, parents: Juan and Juanita Gonzales, brother: Frank Gonzales, sister in law: Maria Casares, brother in laws: Joe Castro, Michael Modica and Primotivo Araujo. Miguel leaves behind a loving memory that shall live on in life through his children: Miguel Gonzales Jr. and spouse (Jennifer), Mark Gonzales and spouse (Jessica), Jeffrey Gonzales and spouse (Sheree), Trinidad Gonzales Cantu, Sandy Gonzales Salazar and spouse (Samuel Salazar), Geneva Gonzales and spouse (Brandon), 25 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren, 3 great-grandchildren expected in 2024, siblings: Lydia Araujo, Juan Jose Gonzales, Maria Modica, Robert Gonzales, Ramona Castro and Jaime Gonzales and their growing families including numerous nieces and nephews. Services have been entrusted to South Houston Funeral Home and on Tuesday, January 30, 2024 the family will welcome mourners into the main chapel. Following on Wednesday, January 31, 2024 a Celebration of

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James Horace Hoskins

Jan 28, 1936 - Jan 21, 2024

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League City, TX

James Horace Hoskins (Jim) was born in Handley, TX on January 28, 1936. He went home to be with his Lord and Savior, on January 21, 2024, in League City, TX. Jim was the son of Jesse and Christine Hoskins. He was the middle child, between older sister Jeannette and younger brother Phil. In his younger years, he worked at his uncle’s dairy farm, and we enjoyed hearing many of his stories. During his teen years, he worked with another uncle learning the skill of carpentry. He attended Polytech High School in Ft Worth, where he played in the Poly High Band (trombone), and then went on to Arlington State College in Arlington. In the spring of 1956, Jim met the love of his life, Leita Margaret Rayford, and they were married on September 7, 1956. In 1960, they had their daughter Jill, followed by their son Jess in 1965. Jim and Margie moved to Houston from Ft Worth, where he was working for The Corps of Engineers on temporary assignment in connection with the construction of The Johnson Space Center, which led to employment at NASA. At NASA, he was a Camera Technician, where he took many trips to Sweden to be trained on the Hasselblad camera. His primary role was to instruct the astronauts on the use of this camera and provide camera support for all the missions; ranging from the Mercury program to the Shuttle program. The highlight of his career was downloading the film from the Hasselblad camera for the original moon mission. He retired from NASA in 1993 after 29 years of employment. In addition to working for NASA, he worked part time at H&H Music. He loved playing music in the “Country Corner”. He played several instruments and had a love of bluegrass, classical and gospel music. Lastly, he worked at Dorsett Brothers Concrete where he was a Management Assistant. In his early family years, he loved taking the family on camping trips over many states in our “VW Camper”. As a family, we started going to New Braunfels every Fourth of July, where the tradition has grown and thrives today. After his retirement, he continued his love of travel with annual trips to California and later New England with his wife and friends. He was a long time member of Sagemont Church, where he played the French horn in the Orchestra. He was a devoted husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. He was a jack-of-all-trades and could fix practically anything. His hobbies included photography, music, jewelry making, stained glass, hunting, master gardening and Captain of the Wee Tiki (our 20 ft sailboat). His greatest accomplishment was the love, respect and care of his family. He never knew a stranger. Jim is preceded in death by his parents, Jesse and Christine Hoskins, and his sister Jeannette McCally and her husband James. Including other family members who have since passed. Jim is survived by his wife Margie of 67 years, and brother Phil Hoskins and wife Susie. Children: Jill Dorsett and husband, BJ Dorsett, and Jess Hoskins. Grandchildren: Ashley Evans and husband, Jordan. Hilary Whitsitt and husband Mike. Savannah Cox and husband David, and Laci Dorsett. Shelbey Kyle and husband Zac, and Sydney Hoskins. Great grandchildren: Jackson, Carter, Kaden, Cameron, Cason, Kyler, Chase, Callie and Bennett. The service honoring his life will be held at Peevey Funeral Home, Tuesday, January 30, 2024, at 12:00pm, with visitation one hour prior to the service. Interment will follow at Forest Lawn Cemetery.

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