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Joshua Watson

May 15, 1985 - Dec 06, 2023

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Conroe, TX

Joshua Thomas Waston departed this life on November 26, 2023. He was born on May 15, 1985 in Kittanning, PA, and grew up and lived in the Houston, Spring, and Tomball area of Texas. He had two daughters, Cecilia and Nova Watson. Joshua's profession was tower climbing and iron work. He was described as a genuine, selfless man with a heart of gold. He loved anything fast and expensive and was quite the ladies' man. He had a love for motorcycles and fishing. Joshua was compassionate, a dreamer, a...Read More

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Melvin Anthony Roberts

Dec 06, 1959 - Feb 26, 2024

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Conroe, TX

Melvin Anthony Roberts, born on December 6, 1959, in Lake Charles, Louisiana, to Melvin Elbro Roberts and Ruby Jeanette Parker Roberts, passed away at his residence in Conroe, Texas on Tuesday, February 26, 2024. He was 64 years old at the time of his passing.Left to cherish his memory are his beloved wife Kelli Roberts; children Jessica Nichols and Warren, Leighann Materne, Amber Rougeau and Mike, Jena Trahan and Joshua, Kacy Roberts; grandchildren Madelyn, Arren, Ava, Abbigale, Alyssa, Mason, Ethan, Joslyn, Bell, Daniel, Zoe; great-grandchildren Piper, Wyatt, Walker Truett and Charlotte; sister Charlotte Roberts; brothers Ricky Roberts, Jerry Roberts, James Roberts, Donald Roberts; as well as mother-in-law Sue Woodard and Larry; father-in-law Woody Lusk and Amy; brother-in-law W.R. Lusk and Samantha; nephews Wyatt Lusk and Dalton Lusk.Melvin is predeceased by his parents Melvin Elbro Roberts and Ruby Jeanette Parker Roberts; son Matthew Roberts; brother Daniel Roberts; and grandson Ian Materne.Melvin will be remembered as a devoted husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather. He had a passion for cooking and music – displaying talents in singing and playing the guitar. Known for his jovial nature and humor that always brought laughter to those around him. Melvin enjoyed driving his big truck with a sense of humor that endeared him to other truck drivers. He especially cherished his four-legged companions along with the love shared with his wife of 14 years.A visitation in memory of Melvin will take place at the Pace-Stancil Chapel in Cleveland on Monday March 4th from 1pm-2pm followed by a funeral service starting at 2pm officiated by Pastor Dwaine Woodard. Honorary pallbearers for the service include W.R. Lusk, Wyatt Lusk, Dalton Lusk, Jimbo Roberts, Joshua Campbell, Ricky Roberts, Jerry Roberts, Donnie Johnson, Woody Lusk, Wayne Whitaker, and Larry Woodard.Melvin will be dearly missed but forever remembered for the joy he brought into the lives of all who were fortunate enough to know him.

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Barbara Helen Patak-Gigliotti

Jan 01, 1935 - Feb 20, 2024

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Conroe, TX

Barbara Helen Patak-Gigliotti, age 88, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, February 20, 2024. She was born in Bee, NE, and grew up on a farm in Seward County near Denton, NE, as the oldest of five siblings. After graduating from high school in 1952, Barbara moved to Lincoln, NE, where she found employment and met her future husband at a roller rink. She married Philip Gigliotti in 1956, with whom she would have celebrated her 68th wedding anniversary in July 2024. Barbara dedicated herself to homemaking and volunteering for her church and children’s schools. She was a cherished mother to six children, nine grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren, all of whom she adored. Barbara had the joy of meeting all her great-grandchildren before her passing. She was predeceased by her parents Anton “Tony” Patak and Lillian Kathryn Hromas, as well as her sister Marilyn Patak-Hagg. Barbara is survived by her beloved husband, Phil, her children Lori (Ken) Priddy, Scott (Cheri) Gigliotti, Diane (Jeff) Kruse, Gail Blackstone, Tom (Geri) Gigliotti, and Lynn (John) Marzullo. She is also survived by her four siblings: Tom (Carol) Patak, Kathy (Jerry) MacKenzie, and Joann (Tom) Mally, along with numerous other extended family members and a multitude of close friends. Services Monday, March 18, 2024, a celebration of life from 9:00 – 10:00 AM and a funeral mass from 10:00 – 11:00 AM at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 109 North Frazier Street, Conroe, TX. Reception with refreshments (light fare) immediately following. The preferred florist is Carters Florist, 1416 S Frazier St, Conroe, TX, www.txcarters.com. Tuesday, March 19, 2024, interment at 3:00 PM at Calvary Hill Funeral Home & Cemetery, 3235 Lombardy Ln, Dallas, TX. Reception with refreshments (light fare) immediately following. Park Cities Petals, 6445 Cedar Springs, suite 107, Dallas, TX, www.parkcitiespetals.com, is the preferred florist.

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Anthony Francis "Tony" Cherico

Apr 10, 1942 - Feb 17, 2024

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Conroe, TX

"Anthony Francis \u0026quot;Tony\u0026quot; Cherico, beloved husband, devoted father, cherished grandfather, and veteran of the United States Navy, passed away on February 17, 2024, in Conroe, Texas, at the age of 81. He was born to Frank Cherico and Angela Marie Carpin on April 10, 1942, in Clarion, Pennsylvania. Tony dedicated 37 years of his life to the Southern Pacific and Union Pacific Railroad, where his hard work and dedication left an enduring legacy. However, his true legacy lies in the love and memories he shared with his family. He is survived by his loving wife and soulmate, Nancy Cherico, of Conroe, Texas. Nancy was the love of Tony\u0027s life, and together they shared countless adventures, laughter, and cherished moments. Their bond was unbreakable, and Nancy\u0027s presence brought immeasurable joy to Tony\u0027s life. Tony leaves behind a rich tapestry of family, including his sisters Linda and Walter Braun of Trophy Club, Texas, and Betty and Tom Rakovan of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His memory will also be cherished by his five children: Tony and Ana Cherico of Rogers, Arkansas; Sean and Karla Cherico of Sedan, Kansas; John Cherico of Hillsboro, Oregon; Nicole and Darren Wallace of Allen, Texas; and Kelley and Steven Barrett of Spring, Texas. He was a beloved grandfather to Rico, Griffin, Luciano, and Atelen as well as Cameron and Alex, Austin, Channing, Zach, Logan, Ryan, and his great-grandchild, Beckham. Tony adored his grandchildren and found immense joy in spending time with them, creating lasting memories that will be treasured forever. In retirement, Tony embraced life\u0027s simple pleasures, enjoying golfing, traveling the world with Nancy, and cherishing precious moments with his grandchildren. Together, he and Nancy lived life to the fullest, cherishing every moment they had together. Tony was a devoted parishioner of St. Simon and Jude in The Woodlands, Texas, where his faith provided him with strength and guidance throughout his life. Tony\u0027s favorite scripture, 2 Timothy 4:7-8, encapsulates his unwavering faith and the fulfillment he found in a life well-lived: \u0026quot;I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. Now there is in store for me the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, will award to me on that day—not only to me but also to all who have longed for his appearing.\u0026quot; A celebration of Tony\u0027s life will be held at St. Simon and Jude Catholic Church on Monday, March 4, 2024 at 10:00 am., where family and friends will gather to honor his memory and share stories of his remarkable life. Tony will be deeply missed by all who knew him, but his spirit will live on in the hearts of those he loved. May he rest in peace, surrounded by the love of his family and the memories they shared."

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Diana Archer

Jan 28, 1956 - Feb 13, 2024

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Conroe, TX

"With heavy hearts, we announce the passing of our beloved Diana, who peacefully departed from this world on February 13, 2024, at the age of 68. She was a cherished wife, devoted mother, beloved grandmother, great grandmother, and dear friend to many. Born on January 28, 1956, Diana brought boundless joy and warmth into the lives of all who knew her. Her radiant smile and compassionate heart touched countless souls, leaving an indelible mark on the world around her. Throughout her 50 years of marriage, Diana was the pillar of strength and love for her family. Her unwavering devotion and selflessness were the foundation upon which their lives were built. She epitomized love in its purest form, and her presence brought comfort and solace to those around her. In addition to her role as a loving wife, Diana was a nurturing mother whose love knew no bounds. She poured her heart and soul into raising her children, imparting wisdom, guidance, and unwavering support every step of the way. Her legacy of kindness, resilience, and unconditional love will forever live on in the hearts of her husband, children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. She is survived by her husband Herman E Archer Jr., daughters; Velma Rose and Rebecca Meyers, grandchildren; Travis Olinger, Heather Hodge, Madison Alston, Abigail Rose, and Cameron Rose greatgrandchildren; Jackson Olinger and Payton Olinger, Herman Archer Hodge, Mavis Hodge, Abigail Hodge, Sawyer Hodge, Finnegan Hodge, and Laney Hodge. Brothers and sisters, Janie Trevino, Lucy Mata, Daniel Ledesma, Norma García, Bertha Luevano, Tranquilino Gonzales and Vicente Ledesma. Diana touched the lives of many beyond her family circle. Her kindness, generosity, and genuine compassion left an enduring impact on all who had the privilege of knowing her. She was a beacon of light in a sometimes-dark world, offering a helping hand and a listening ear to those in need. As we mourn the loss of Diana, we take solace in the memories we shared and the profound impact she had on our lives. Though she may no longer be with us in body, her spirit will continue to live on through the countless lives she touched and the love she shared. A celebration of Diana\u0027s life will be held, where friends and family will gather to honor her memory and share stories of her extraordinary life, location and date to be determined. Notification will be sent to all family members and friends as the information becomes available. May Diana rest in eternal peace, knowing that she fought the good fight and now is the time to rest in the Fathers hands. She was loved beyond measure and will be dearly missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her. The Archer Family ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dear Friends and Family, You are warmly invited to join us in a celebration of Diana Archer\u0027s life at Juergens Park on March 3rd, starting at 11:00 AM. As we gather to honor Diana\u0027s memory, we invite you to bring your favorite drinks and adult beverages (BYOB). Additionally, to ensure everyone can focus on fond memories and connection, we kindly ask you to refrain from bringing potluck items. Catering will be provided for your convenience, and any donations toward covering the costs, of the catering, are greatly appreciated. To contribute, you can send donations via Cash App to Ed or Velma through Zelle at a_velma@yahoo.com, or via PayPal. Juergens Park offers a serene setting with a pavilion reserved for our use throughout the day, tables and seating are provided, however if you would like more comfortable seating, you are welcome to bring your own. Children are welcome to explore and enjoy the park\u0027s amenities while we gather to celebrate Diana\u0027s life and legacy. Your presence and support mean the world to us during this time of remembrance and celebration. If you have any questions or concerns, contact either Ed or Velma. With heartfelt gratitude, The Archer Family"

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Betty Jo Williams (Roberts)

Oct 10, 1935 - Feb 17, 2024

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Conroe, TX

"After a life devoted to the family she adored, Betty Jo Williams (Roberts) passed from this life to the next on February 17, 2024. She died unexpectedly from cardiac arrest at Lewis Park Estates in Conroe, TX, where she resided for the last five years. Betty was born to Beatrice and Lowell Roberts on October 10, 1935, in Stillwater, OK. She grew up in a variety of small towns in Oklahoma before her family settled in Cushing. She graduated as salutatorian from Dundee High School in McMann, OK, and earned a B.S. in Business Education from Southeastern State College in Durant, OK, in 1956. She met the love of her life, Jerre Williams, and the couple married in 1958. They lived in several small towns in the Southwest as Jerre’s career progressed in various oilfield service companies. Along the way, daughter Allison was born in El Dorado, AR, and daughter Judy in Mexia, TX. Following an extended stay in Metairie, LA, the family finally put down roots in Conroe in 1971. They lived in River Plantation and later in Wroxton as they made friendships throughout the community. Betty worked as an accountant for Andy Walker, CPA, in a career spanning 43 years. Betty loved the Lord and local churches were a staple of life no matter where she lived. She and Jerre raised their young family at First Christian Church while in Metairie, followed by long and faithful membership at First Christian Church in Conroe. Betty was active in Sunday School and choir, served the congregation in various capacities, and was a legendary chef of fried chicken for church suppers. The times Betty valued most were the ones spent following her daughters’ activities, enjoying gatherings with her close friends, and later, spoiling her grandchildren on shopping trips. Her talents and interests were varied. She was especially adept at math and accounting. She played piano, sang, and sewed. She was a devoted follower of Astros baseball and OU football. She later became a fan of Baylor University and Texas A\u0026amp;M University – simply because her grandchildren were graduates. Throughout her life, Betty never lost her characteristically dry sense of humor. Even as she experienced advanced stages of dementia and endured increasing levels of medical care, she was known by her caretakers for frequent wisecracks, good-natured teasing, and her sweet disposition. Betty was preceded in death by her parents, sister Judy Moreland, brother Jim Roberts, and husband Jerre Williams. She is survived by her daughter Allison Moon and husband Jeff, daughter Judy Wold and husband Tim; grandchildren Corey Moon and wife Nicole, Taylor Brass and husband Michael, Meredith Hanley and husband Brian, Emily Lester and husband Jake, Caroline Taglioli and husband Nick; and great grandchildren Brayden Brass, Emersyn Brass, Hallie Hanley, Hannah Kate Hanley, Winnie Moon, and Georgia Taglioli. The graveside service will be held at 10:00 AM on Monday, February 26, 2024 in Garden Park Cemetery, 801 Teas RD, Conroe, TX 77303."

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David Ray West

Apr 19, 1960 - Feb 08, 2024

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Conroe, TX

"David Ray West, 63, passed away on February 28, 2024. He was born in Houston, TX, to Hollie and Helen West. He grew up and went to school in Conroe, TX. He spent most of his career working in the oil industry. He loved going to bingo and gambling in casinos. He was a huge fan of wrestling and country music, especially Garth Brooks and Vince Gill. He is preceded in death by his parents, Hollie and Helen; sisters, Betty McCoy; and Doris Reagan. He is survived by his children, David West; Michael West; Justin West; Jason Smith; Anthony Lightner(Aylxandra); daughters, Judy Collins(David); Tiffany Snoe; Deann Kusisisto; brothers, Billy West(Denise); Eddie West(Vickie); Elbert Pierce; Freddy Pierce; sisters, Rose Swanson; Kathleen Pierce; Linda Sutton; Margaret Pierce; grandkids, Dustin Bone; Ashley Bone; Carson Bone; Douglas West; Riley West; Davin Roberts; Aubree Lightner; Jason Kusisisto; and his former spouse, Mary McCoy. He leaves behind many more loved ones. A graveside service will be announced at a later date. Don\u0027t grieve for me, for now I\u0027m free, I\u0027m following the path God laid for me. I took His hand when I heard Him call, I turned my back and left it all."

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Nathan Spencer

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Conroe, TX

"The obituary, as well as the memorial service, are currently pending and will be updated at a later time."

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Scott Edward Fisher

Aug 12, 1966 - Feb 24, 2024

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Conroe, TX

Scott Edward Fisher, born on August 12, 1966, in Houston, TX, passed away at his home on February 24th, 2024, in Conroe, TX, at 57 years old. Scott, a master craftsman and owner of Renovation Masters in Conroe, TX, made a lasting impact on the community through his skillful restoration of customer heirlooms and unique talents. Starting at the age of 7, he immersed himself in the Antique & Furniture Restoration business, learning from his parents' antique business in Channelview and Spring, TX. Widely recognized as one of the top craftsmen in the greater Houston area, Scott's talent was matched only by his love for others and his vibrant sense of humor. Scott's devotion to his family was unwavering, and he cherished his role as a husband and father. He married Rhydonna Hope Riggins Fisher on November 22nd, 1997, and together they built their own furniture companies from the ground up in Huntsville, TX. In 2005, they relocated to Conroe, TX, creating cherished memories with their two daughters, Shandilyn Hope Fisher (24) and Siana Faith Fisher (22). Beyond his work and family, Scott found joy in seeking out antique treasures, either restoring them to their former glory or selling them for their true value. He relished spending time with loved ones, watching movies, playing with his dog Tequila, and exploring video content on anything fishing, woodworking, or camping-related on YouTube. Scott's sudden passing leaves a profound void in the hearts of his family and community, and his loss will be deeply felt by all who had the privilege of knowing him. Let us remember Scott Edward Fisher—a man of passion, talent, and boundless love—who has left an enduring legacy in the hearts of those he touched. Scott is survived by his wife Rhydonna Hope Riggins Fisher, daughters Shandilyn Hope Fisher and Siana Faith Fisher, mother Freddie-Jean Fisher, sister Karen Jean Fisher, brother Gordon Lee Fisher and wife Debbie Fisher; nephew Craig Lee Fisher and wife Kristen Fisher, great niece Aubree Fisher, and great-nephews Creed and Noble Fisher. Scott is preceded in death by his father Lee Roy Clarence Fisher, Uncle Bernice Dalton Fisher, and nephew Timothy Roy Fisher.

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Faye Marie Beeson

Mar 27, 1929 - Feb 24, 2024

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Conroe, TX

Faye Marie Beeson, age 94, of Conroe, Texas passed away on Saturday, February 24, 2024. Faye was born in Onalaska, Texas. A memorial service for Faye will be held Tuesday, March 5, 2024 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM at Forest Park The Woodlands Funeral Home & Cemetery, 18000 Interstate 45 S, The Woodlands, TX 77384.

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Gerald P. Burnham

Jun 19, 1958 - Feb 23, 2024

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Conroe, TX

Gerald P. Burnham of Conroe, Texas passed away on Friday, February 23rd, 2024 following cancer, at the age of 65. He was born on June 19th, 1958 to parents, Roland and Susan.Gerald was born and raised in Cortland, New York. After graduating High School, he joined the Army. Years later after serving in the Army, he moved to Texas where he met his wife, Benita.He leaves behind to cherish his memory, his wife of 13 years, Benita (Muniz) Burnham; his sons, Gabriel and Miguel; his daughter, Letty; his granddaughter, Mia; his sisters: Deborah, Shelly, Teresa, and Susan; his brothers: Roland, Kenny, and Steve; Mary Burnham and Dean Shoemaker; his uncle, Raymond and his wife Maryellen Burnham; as well as many nieces and nephews, other relatives, and countless close friends.Gerald had a passion for cooking and music. He was a devoted father who enjoyed spending time with his family and making memories with them, memories that are now the gifts he leaves behind to cherish.He will be deeply missed by his family and friends, and all who knew him.

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