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Lauren Harbison

Dec 24, 1982 - Dec 07, 2023

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Conroe, TX

Lauren Michelle Harbison slipped into the arms of our Heavenly Father on Thursday, November 30th, 2023, at Memorial Hermann Hospital, The Woodlands after a long series of illnesses that slowly deteriorated her health. She was 40 years old. She was born in Houston, Texas in 1982 to Shan and Gary, who adored their daughter. Lauren was a fiercely loyal and unapologetically honest friend and daughter who somehow always remained supportive to her loved ones and friends. Lauren leaves behind to cheris...Read More

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Kenneth Wayne Larson

Jan 18, 1946 - Feb 15, 2024

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Conroe, TX

Kenneth Wayne Larson, age 78 passed away on Thursday, February 15, 2024. Kenneth was born in Dallas, Texas. A gathering for Kenneth will be held Tuesday, February 27, 2024 from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM at Cashner Funeral Home, 801 Teas Road, Conroe, TX 77303.

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Rhonda Davis

Dec 28, 1958 - Feb 02, 2024

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Conroe, TX

"Rhonda Davis (née Kinney), 65, of Conroe, Texas, passed away on February 2, 2024. She was born on December 28, 1958, in Presque Isle, Maine. Rhonda attended Presque Isle High School. Rhonda is survived by her son, Scott Dickinson; her grandchildren, Austin and Faith Dickinson; her daughter, Danielle Dickinson; her daughter, Shaunna Ramsey, and her grandchildren, Shayla and Nathan Hayes; her daughter, Krista Ramsey; her daughter-in-law, Ashley Johnson; her mother, Marilyn Young; her brother, Frank Kinney, and sister-in-law, Kathy Kinney; her brother, Lee Kinney; her brother-in-law, Dennis Flores; her brother, Stacy Kinney, and sister-in-law, Georgia; her sister, Kendra Hartzo, and brother-in-law, Chris Hartzo; her sister, Dawn Kinney, and sister-in-law, Kimberly Traywick; her brother, Bradley Kinney, and sister-in-law, Jennifer Kinney; as well as many nieces, nephews, great-nieces, and great-nephews. Rhonda was preceded in death by her husband, Frank Howard; her father, Earl Kinney; her sister, Kimberly Kinney; her stepfather, Rich Young; and her grandparents, Truman and Pearl Cray, and Leander and Hilda Kinney. The Addison family and staff of Magnolia Funeral Home extend condolences to the Davis family during this difficult time. All services will be private."

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Charles Lindsey Britnell

Oct 19, 1955 - Feb 14, 2024

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Conroe, TX

Charles Lindsey Britnell, 68, of Warren, passed away, Wednesday, February 14, 2024 at HCA Houston Healthcare in Conroe, Texas. Visitation will be held 1 p.m. until 3 p.m. service time Saturday, February 17, 2024 at Stringer & Griffin Funeral Home Chapel with burial in Campground Cemetery all in Woodville. Officiating will be Brother Jim Maddox. Serving as pallbearers will be Jeffrey Hensarling, Andy Barlow, Brion Britnell, Josh Britnell, Justin Baker, Calvin Clifford, and Trey Clifford. Honorary pallbearers will be Gary Barger, Jason Blevins, Michael Kidd, Terrell Haygood, and Matt Bailey. Lindsey was born October 19, 1955 to Charles Olan and Dorothy Chambless in Marshall, Texas. He was a lifelong resident of Tyler County and a member of Calvary Baptist Church. Lindsey was a friend to all and will be greatly missed. He was preceded in death by his father, Charles Olan Britnell; stepfather, Ralph Harrell; sister, Ava Britnell Barlow; Ma Maw Beatrice Lee; nieces, Audra and Ellisa; and several other family members. He is survived by his wife of 28 years, Marilyn Britnell of Warren; mother, Dorothy Powell and husband Sherman of Woodville; stepdaughter, Rhonda Clifford and husband Calvin of Warren; grandson, Calvin L. Clifford III (Trey) of Warren; brothers, Rodney Britnell and wife Paula of Winnie, and Phillip Britnell and girlfriend Misty, who Lindsey always considered as a sister-in-law of Ivanhoe; sisters, Jan Kendall and husband Scott of Georgetown, and Iris Hensarling and husband Stanley of Hillister, and Frances Baker and husband John of Warren. Lindsey was always a good uncle, great uncle, and great-great uncle to numerous nieces and nephews; and extended family of Sherry Harvey and family. Services are under the direction of Stringer & Griffin Funeral Home in Woodville, Texas.

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Catherine Tyner

Dec 01, 1947 - Feb 14, 2024

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Conroe, TX

Services for Catherine Tyner, 76, of Livingston, Texas will be held Saturday, February 24, 2024, at 2:00 p.m., at the Cochran Funeral Home Chapel in Livingston, Texas with John Clark and Debbie Keller officiating. Interment will follow at Camp Ruby Cemetery in Livingston, Texas. Visitation will be held Friday, February 23, 2024 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. at the Cochran Funeral Home Chapel. Catherine was born December 1, 1947 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and passed away February 14, 2024 in Conroe, Texas. She was preceded in death by her parents, David Bricen Hutchins and Donna Juanita (Wood) Hutchins; husband, James Tyner; and brother, David Bricen Hutchins, Jr. She is survived by her son, David Hill and wife Lori of Livingston, Texas; daughter, Aubrey Lawrence of Livingston, Texas; sisters, Debbie Keller and husband Steve of Blanco Texas and Catherine Pitts of San Antonio, Texas; grandchildren, Stacy Marlow, Amanda Reynolds, David Hill and wife Alicia, Roxana Powell and husband Eric, Justin Lawrence, David Lawrence, Lilyian Lawrence, and Laila Lawrence; great grandchildren, Isabella Hill, Jayden Marlow, Jay Lynn Harris, Diesel Hill, and Nova Hill; nephew, Steven Keller; nieces, Nina Keller and Erin Keller; and great nephew, Grayson Keller; along with numerous other relatives and friends. Pallbearers: David Hill, Justin Lawrence, David Lawrence, Ryan Zeigler, John Clark, and Jayden Marlow. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Catherine Tyner, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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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"

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Darrell Wayne Grimmer

Sep 16, 1967 - Feb 11, 2024

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Conroe, TX

Darrell Wayne Grimmer, 56 years of age, passed away on Sunday, February 11th, 2024, at his home following a long battle with cancer. He was born on September 16th, 1967 to parents, Francis Grimmer and Vicky Barnard in Conroe, Texas, and grew up in Spring, Texas. We knew at an early age that Darrell had a love for mechanics as he always had a screwdriver in his hand. He would take apart everything from the kitchen table to his swing set. His parents always had to check chairs before anyone sat down. During High School, Darrell started his first job at AutoZone where he would ride his bike across the railroad tracks to buy parts for his motorcycles. From there, he moved forward to working on cars, monster trucks, and racing 4-wheelers. He had a passion for anything with speed. He enjoyed many weekends with his friends racing and building anything and everything they could. After graduating high school in 1986, he moved forward to starting his own business, Natural Gas Services, where he continued to use his building and mechanical skills to build outdoor kitchens and fireplaces for many of the local people throughout the Conroe and Woodlands area.Darrell leaves behind his partner of 11 years, Shuree Jaferally, and her children: Sahara, Tolebi, and Sophia. He is survived by his children: Lindsey Grimmer, Justin Grimmer, Shane Grimmer, and Blake Grimmer; his siblings: Julie Hale, Krystal McFarlin, and Rodney Grimmer; his two grandchildren; his aunt, Sharon Highfeild; as well as numerous other family members and friends. He is preceded in death by his grandparents, William D. Byrd and Jewel E. Byrd.Darrell had a passion for living life to the fullest. He brought sunlight and a smile to the faces of the people around him. He enjoyed spending time with his friends and his family, and most of all, he loved those cats.Donations can be made in his honor to the American Cancer Society.

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Darrell David Boyer

Oct 29, 1951 - Feb 09, 2024

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Conroe, TX

"In loving memory of Darrell David Boyer, a vibrant soul who departed peacefully surrounded by family on Friday, February 9th, 2024, at the age of 72. Born on October 29th, 1951, in Houston, TX, Darrell\u0027s journey was one marked by love, passion, and a deep commitment to family and faith. Darrell\u0027s roots were firmly planted in Oakridge, where his childhood home now stands as the Oakridge Baptist Church. He embarked on his academic and athletic journey at Conroe High School, leaving an indelible mark on the football field. His competitive spirit and athletic prowess continued at Sam Houston State University, where he proudly earned his Bachelor\u0027s degree in Finance as a Bearkat. Settling in The Woodlands area after college, Darrell dedicated almost his entire life to the community he cherished. A sports enthusiast, he excelled in football, waterskiing, basketball, and his beloved tennis, boasting a serve that would challenge the greatest tennis legends. Beyond his personal pursuits, Darrell found joy in coaching his son\u0027s baseball teams and creating countless memories playing ball with them. He also loved biking through The Woodlands racing his boys with his daughter on the back of his bike all the while. His love for fishing and camping provided solace and adventure in the years following his 30-year career in car sales, where he flourished because of his charisma and love of striking up a conversation with anybody. Darrell\u0027s unwavering faith in Jesus Christ served as the cornerstone of his life. A devoted member of The Woodlands Methodist Church, he attended services with his beloved wife, Leslie, and their family. His commitment to Christ laid the foundation for the strong values and deep spirituality evident in his children and grandchildren. Darrell is preceded in death by his loving parents, Barbara Boyer and Gerald Boyer. He leaves behind a legacy of love and family. Darrell’s enduring devotion to his wife of 31 years, Leslie Townsend-Boyer, is a testament to the strength of their bond. Darrell\u0027s pride and joy extended to the blended family he and Leslie brought together. Jacob Boyer and his wife Cecily, and their two children, Kennedy and Andrew; Caleb Boyer and his wife Jessica, and children Austin and Parker; Miriam Boyer and her son Jackson; Elizabeth Henderson and her husband James, and children Emma, Brendan, Hanna, Olivia, and Ava; Peter Herrera and his wife Lindsay, and children Maggie, Mallory, Peter David, and Mason. Brian Herrera and his wife Katie, and children Mia, Allie, Dylan, and Tessa; Chris Herrera and his wife Katie, and children Ella and Annalee. Darrell is also survived by his sisters, Kendall Boyer, Sherri Conley and husband Sean Conley, and Candice Boyer-Walzel, along with numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins. In celebrating Darrell\u0027s life, we remember a man who not only embraced competition and adventure but also instilled the values of love, faith, and family in the hearts of all who knew him. His memory will forever be a source of inspiration and warmth for those whose lives he touched. May we rejoice in the fact that he continues his spiritual journey with his heavenly father Jesus Christ, leaving a legacy that continues to resonate in the hearts of all who had the privilege of knowing him."

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Joy Ann Marker King

Feb 18, 1943 - Feb 10, 2024

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Conroe, TX

Joy Ann Marker King passed on from this life on February 10, 2024, at the age of 80 years old. She was born on February 18, 1943 in Jacksonville, Florida to parents, Frank and Elmarine Marker. Joy was a graduate of Smiley High School (Class of 1961). She loved to entertain and have family/friends get togethers and loved fishing, trips to the casinos, and playing cards with her family. She especially loved to travel with Wade, the love of her life. They were married on December 29, 1962, in Houston, Texas, and had four children together. Joy never met a stranger, she loved everyone.She is preceded in death by her father, Frank; mother, Elmarine; brothers: Ronnie and Randy; and her loving husband, Wade Alton King Sr. She is survived by her daughter, Sharlynn Schur (Ken); her son, Wade King (Kelly); her daughter, Leasa Swonke (Steve); her son, Kenneth King (Cindy); her brothers: Frank Maker (Sonny), Jack Brisbin (Betty), and RB (Rob); her sisters: Sharon Pickett (Walter), and Cheryl Poole (Sidney); 16 grandkids: Kristopher, Amanda, Kody, Jerry, Alauna, Brittanie, Brandi, Thomas, Laiton, Kaitlyn, Madison, Walker, Jennifer, Jamie, Shelby, and Kelley; and 17 1/2  great grandchildren; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, other family members, and friends.All are welcome to join for Joy’s celebration of life memorial service, to be held at the McAdams Chapel located at 1251 FM 1696 Road W, Huntsville, Texas 77320 on Saturday, February 17, 2024. Visitation begins at 2:00PM to 3:00PM with services beginning at 3:00PM. Should family or friends desire, as an expression of sympathy in lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The American Legion at www. Legion.org in memory of Joy Ann King.

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David Glenn Davila

Feb 27, 1966 - Feb 08, 2024

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Conroe, TX

With heavy hearts, yet firm in the faith that God has called another angel home, we announce the passing of David Glenn Davila on February 8, 2024, just shy of his 58th birthday.David's journey through life was one marked by joy, adventure, and an indomitable spirit that inspired everyone he met.Born on February 27, 1966, in Conroe, Texas to Andrew and Patsy Davila, David embraced life with a passion and enthusiasm that was infectious. A proud graduate of Conroe High School, he carried the spirit of his hometown with him in all his endeavors. From his early days of street racing motorcycles to his adventures traveling the world, hunting with his Uncle Phillip and Grandpa Hubert, and raising his three beautiful daughters, Amber, Delanie, and Jordan, David's life was a testament to his belief in living fully and loving deeply.David was not just the life of the party; he was also a loving son, father, brother, and friend whose presence brought laughter and warmth to every gathering. His multifaceted talents were evident in everything he undertook. He turned his passion for motorsports into a vibrant 26-year career before venturing into the entrepreneurial world, where he made a significant impact within the food industry, particularly in the crawfish community.David's faith in God's plan allowed him to navigate life 's challenges and triumphs with grace and gratitude.David's journey on earth has ended, but his story of faith, forgiveness, love, and laughter lives on in the hearts of those he touched. We find comfort in knowing that he is now experiencing the fullness of God's glory in Heaven. Rest in peace, Dad. Your light will forever shine in our memories and in the promise of our reunion in Christ.David is survived by his parents, Andrew and Patsy Davila; his sister, Tana Webb; his three daughters: Amber, Delanie, and Jordan Davila; and Jamie Brown. He was preceded in death by his sister, Laura Frances; and his grandparents, Bessie and Hubert Houck, and Luz and Garvino Davila.Memorial Service: Thursday, February 15th from 2-5pm. McNutt Funeral Home 1703 Porter Rd. Conroe, Texas 77301Celebration of Life: Friday, February 16th from 5-9pm. Bill’s Café 22845 494 Loop Kingwood, Texas 77339Flowers can be sent to McNutt Funeral Home

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Adeline Ellenberg

Aug 23, 1947 - Feb 10, 2024

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Conroe, TX

In memory of Adeline Ellenberg, a loving mother, sister, grandmother, mother-in-law, aunt, friend, and coworker. She was born on August 23, 1947, and went to heaven on February 10, 2024 at the age of 76, leaving behind memories that bring both tears and smiles. She grew up in a military household and lived all over the country including Minnesota, Pennsylvania, California and Oklahoma before settling in Conroe, Texas. Adeline was a rock-solid Christian whose unwavering faith guided her every step. She wasn't just a hardworking mom of 6; she was the glue that held her family together and the go-to support system for anyone in need. During her 20-year career in quality control at Steris, she showed up every day with dedication and integrity, earning respect from everyone around her. Off the clock, she had a knack for capturing life's moments through her camera lens. She loved colorful, fragrant flowers, especially roses and lilacs. She enjoyed chocolate and sipping on ice cold Coca-Cola. Though she's no longer with us, Adeline's legacy of love and faith will forever live on. Let's remember her with laughter and love, knowing she's watching over us from above. Preceded in death by parents Edwin and Gladys Sprecher, siblings Ross Sprecher and Valda Sprecher. Adeline is survived by her 6 children and spouses: Billy Patterson and wife Christine of Hartsel, Colorado, Brandi Ross and husband Ricky of Calvert, TX, John Patterson and wife Anna of Clive, Iowa, Sarah Ellenberg and wife Jessie Fannin of Bellbrook, Ohio, Rachel Ellenberg and wife Madison Heagy of Renton, Washington, and Joshua Ellenberg of Willis, TX; and her siblings: Beth Fullbright and husband Steve of Conroe, TX, Judy Bianco of Two Harbors, Minnesota, Mary Miller of Conroe, TX, Mike Sprecher and wife LaDorise of Willis, TX, and many loved grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, extended family and friends. A graveside service for Adeline will be held Friday, February 16, 2024 from 1:00 PM to 1:45 PM at Cashner Funeral Home, 801 Teas Road, Conroe, TX 77303. Join us in celebrating Adeline's life at One Place Church at 200 W. Mink Street, Willis, TX on February 16th, following

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