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Leroy Umland

Born : Sep 24, 1945

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Houston, TX

Leroy Orvill Umland was born September 24, 1945, to Frank and Arlene (Kronberg) Umland in Hanford California and was the eldest of two, having been blessed with his baby sister Donna the day after his fifth birthday. He graduated from Hanford High School in 1963. Among one of his first jobs was night security in farmer fields which he later retold stories of how he handled local kids caught trespassing trying to cause havoc and have a good time. He joined the United States Army not long after hi...Read More

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Barbara Nell Henley

Dec 30, 1944 - Feb 26, 2024

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Houston, TX

Barbara Nell Henley, a beacon of love and wisdom, passed away peacefully on February 26, 2024, in Houston, Texas, at the age of 79. Born on December 30, 1944, in Pasadena, Texas, to the late Oliver and Gladys Dutton, Barbara's life was a testament to the strength and warmth of her spirit.Barbara's siblings, Oliver Edward Dutton, John Dutton, Donald Eugene Dutton, and Virginia Ann Hamilton, predeceased her, leaving behind fond memories and a legacy of sibling camaraderie. Her sisters Millie Cargill and Gladys Turner will forever remember Barbara as the sister they could depend on, no matter what.Barbara's journey through life was one of deep connection and enduring love. She married her soulmate, Ted Henley, on September 11, 1964, and together they built a life filled with joy and devotion until his passing in 1997. Their union was blessed with a loving family that expanded over the years to include their cherished children, Michael Shannon Henley, Ted Darrell Henley, Steve Henley, Barbara Lynette Henley, Jeffery Carroll Henley and his wife Stephanie, Rhonda Lynn Henley, and James Roch. Although Michael, Ted, and Steve predeceased her, the love they shared and the memories Barbara had with them would remain within her heart forever. She is also dearly missed by her daughter-in-law Tammy Henley Rice. Her grandchildren Jeanette Henley, Andrew Henley, Nicholas Henley, Brenda Henley, Lauren Hornback, Kaitlyn Henley, Megan Henley, Emily Henley, and great-grandchildren Landon Henley-Jones, Miguel “Mikey” Ramos, Madilyn Anderson, Colin Hornback, and Mila Henley, will forever cherish the love and lessons Barbara imparted on their lives and the time they spent together.Barbara's life was rich with interests that reflected her vibrant personality. She was a passionate softball coach who inspired her players both on and off the field. Her love for history was matched only by her enjoyment of birdwatching, a hobby that allowed her to connect with the beauty of nature. Barbara's infectious laugh could often be heard during her karaoke performances, and her ability to flirt with life itself made every moment around her memorable. She was a fierce advocate for the underdog, never hesitating to stand up for what was right.Her home was a hub of activity, always open to her children's friends, where she offered guidance and support. Barbara's love for her family was the cornerstone of her existence, and the wisdom she shared has left an indelible mark on all who knew her.When thinking of Barbara, we remember a woman whose life was a portrait of love in action. Her laughter, her courage, and her unwavering support will be deeply missed, but the memories she created will continue to bring smiles to the faces of those she touched.Barbara's legacy is not only in the family she cherished but also in the countless lives she impacted with her generous spirit. Her children have inherited her strength and compassion, her grandchildren the spark of her humor, and her great-grandchildren the promise of her wisdom.A life so beautifully lived deserves to be beautifully remembered. Barbara Nell Henley was a treasure to all who knew her, and her story will be told with fondness and admiration for generations to come. As we reflect on her remarkable journey, we are reminded of the power of a life lived with an open heart. Barbara Nell Henley, your light will forever shine in the hearts of those you loved.A 2:30 P.M. graveside service for Barbara will be held on Friday, March 1, 2024 at San Jacinto Memorial Park Cemetery where she will be laid to rest next to her husband Ted, under the direction of Carter-Conley Funeral Home.

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Gladys Marie Lopez

Sep 25, 1960 - Feb 22, 2024

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Houston, TX

Gladys Marie Lopez departed this life February 22, 2024. Visitation Saturday March 9, 2024, from 8-10am. Funeral 10am. Services will be held in the Chapel of Ross Mortuary 3618 Lyons Ave. Houston, Texas 77020. To send a flower arrangement or to plant trees in memory of Gladys Marie Lopez, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Sylvester A. Jackson

Died : Feb 11, 2024

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Houston, TX

Sylvester A. Jackson departed this life on Sunday, February 11, 2024, in Houston, TX. He was 91, a native and resident of Thibodaux, LA. Visitation on Friday, March 8, 2024, at Williams & Southall Funeral Home, Thibodaux, LA from 5:00pm to 7:00pm. Visitation on Saturday, March 9, 2024, at St. Luke Catholic Church, 1100 Bourbon St., Thibodaux, LA from 8:00am to Mass of Christian Burial at 10:00am. Interment in Allen Chapel Cemetery. Survived by his wife, Delores Jackson; 1 son, Baron Jackson; 2 daughters, Mary-Dionne Onyema (Kingsley), and Kelly Jackson-Onuekwusi (Chibuzor); 5 grandchildren, Kimberly Jackson-Antoine, Asia Jackson, Kenneth Chuma Onyema, Ze’Rik Ugonna Onyema, and Kingsley C. Onyema, Jr.; a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends. Preceded in death by his daughter, Darlene Jackson; parents, Courtland Jackson, and Mary Peltier Jackson; 3 brothers, Courtland Jackson, Jr.; Bernard Jackson, and Louis Jackson; 4 sisters, Evelyn Jackosn Jewels, Eunice Jackson-Anderson, Myrtle Jackson-Fry, Wiletta Jackson-Thibodaux, and Kathleen Jackson. Arrangements by Williams & Southall Funeral Home, 1204 Cleveland St., Thibodaux, LA 70301. . To sign guest book or offer condolences, visit our website at www.williamsandsouthallfuneralhome.com. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of , please .

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Amber Michelle Price Conrad

Oct 10, 1985 - Feb 24, 2024

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Houston, TX

Amber Michelle Price Conrad was born October 10, 1985 in Houston, Texas to David and Cathy Price and passed from this life on February 24, 2024 at the age of 38. Amber grew up in the Spring, Texas area, and graduated from Klein High School in 2004. While in school she enjoyed playing volleyball but especially loved being in choir. After high school she immediately entered the Harris County Community College Cosmetology program and graduated in 2005 with honors. She began working for the Alan Murphy Salon following her graduation and worked there for 18 years as a master colorist where she was recognized as the top producer for the last few years. Amber absolutely loved working here where she loved what she did and loved being able to have such close friendships with many of her clients. Amber has two sons, Brady (12) and Grayson (8) who were the loves of her life. Her world revolved around those boys and making every moment special for them and Lovey and Pico. Their life included a lot of baseball with both boys excelling at the game, where she enjoyed cheering them on. She was especially talented at decorating and was often found making her own things to fill her house to make it a beautiful, warm and loving home. From paintings, to tables, to a swing set and Brady’s awesome new bed, she wasn’t afraid to try anything. Her smile and personality made it easy to love her, and she was very loved. She will be greatly missed and forever be in our hearts. Amber was preceded in death by her grandparents, Willard and Coy Price and Donald and Marilyn Willis. Amber is survived by her two sons, Brady and Grayson and their Dad, Steven Conrad, her parents David and Cathy Price, her brother Dustin Price and wife Lindsey, her brother Ryan Price and wife Anna, her nieces and nephews Logan, Ryder, Parker, Isla Kate, and Tessa, along with many Uncles, Aunts, Cousins and their spouses.Photo Album #recaptcha-container label {display: none}Upload a PhotoLabel: *Image: *Gallery:Obituary Photos Required Confirmation: Upload Gallery Image$(function () {$('#ugallery').unitegallery();});

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Blanca Estela Knight

Jul 09, 1968 - Feb 26, 2024

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Houston, TX

Blanca Estela Knight, 55, went to be with the Lord on February 26, 2024, surrounded by her family and friends, after a courageous 3-year battle with cancer. She was born on Tuesday, July 9, 1968, in Chicago to Justina Chapa. In her younger years in Chicago, Blanca exuded a resilient spirit as a strong-willed tomboy, fiercely protective of her siblings and unafraid to stand up against anyone who crossed their paths. Blanca moved to Houston when she was 12, where she eventually obtained her medical assistant license. This led her to work at Pine Tree assisted living, where she met her best friend, Jackie. From there, she moved on to Amed Hospice, where she worked as a volunteer coordinator for over 10 years, providing hospice volunteers to nursing homes in her area. After Hurricane Harvey, Blanca went back to school to become a professional laser tech and esthetician. After obtaining her licenses, she proudly worked full-time at Mona Laser Med-Spa while also teaching part-time at Avante Laser Training Institute. Blanca continued to use her passion for helping people to provide affordable skincare to people in the community. Even after Blanca fell ill and eventually stopped working, she spoke of her dream to learn proper techniques to provide skincare to cancer patients, as it bothered her to think that people going through so much didn’t have somewhere that could provide them with safe and adequate options for comfort. Through all the changes in Blanca’s life, her unwavering faith in God remained strong and consistent. Many will remember her for the radiant presence that could light up any room, a profound love for music, captivating storytelling, a spirited personality, and an uncanny ability to turn any space into a dance floor with moves that never tired. Blanca’s favorite bible verse was 1 Corinthians 13:4-7; “Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.” It was evident through any interaction she had that she lived her life by this verse. Her compassionate spirit touched everyone she met through her desire to lend a listening ear, provide sound advice, and be there for everyone in any way she could. Blanca, a loving wife, mother, grandmother, daughter, and friend, cherished every moment spent with her loved ones, valuing their time together above all else. She is survived by her loving husband, Michael; cherished children, Chris, Wesley, Cody, and Sarah; and dog Sambo. Her grandchildren, Riley, Liam, Brent, and Dixon brought her immense joy. She also leaves behind her childhood best friend Irma, dear mother, Justina, and siblings, Alejandra, Esther, Maria, Robert, and Juana, as well as her niece, Issaura, and a host of other nieces, nephews, family members, and friends whose lives she touched with her kindness and warmth. She was preceded in death byher best friends Jackie and Cynthia; family friend, Sonia; and mother-in-law, Erma Jean Knight-Keng; and sidekick rascals. The family wishes to extend their gratitude to everyone who has supported them through the ups and the downs of this journey. Funeral services for Blanca will take place at Guillen Baytown Funeral Home, located at 1308 State Highway 146 Business, Baytown, TX 77520. The viewing will commence at 1 pm, followed by the funeral at 3 pm. To send a flower arrangement or to plant trees in memory of , please .

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Clarence Earl Green, Jr.

May 02, 1963 - Feb 26, 2024

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Houston, TX

The Celebration of Life honoring Clarence Earl Green, Jr. will be held Saturday, March 9, 2024 @ 12:00pm at Grace Memorial Church of God In Christ, 5935 Southwell Street, Houston, TX 77033; viewing will be from 11:00am to 12:00pm. To send a flower arrangement or to plant trees in memory of , please .

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Anna Jane Wilson

Jun 14, 1944 - Feb 25, 2024

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Houston, TX

Anna Jane Wilson was born on June 14, 1944, in Laurel Mississippi and passed away February 25, 2024, in Houston Texas at the age of 79. She is preceded in death by her parents Wallace Malone and mother, Louise Sumrall and her spouse Thomas L. Wilson. She leaves behind to cherish her everlasting memories to her son, Robert Hosey spouse Jennifer, daughter Paula Hosey and son Rickey Pickering spouse Mary, grandchildren, Earl and wife Linda, Felicia, Paul and Courtney husband Manny, step grandchildren, Jessica husband Gilbert, Great grandchildren Chase, Tyler and Caleb Guerra as well as numerous extended family members and friends. A visitation is scheduled for Thursday, February 29th, 2024 from 2pm to 9pm at the Vazquez Funeral Home Chapel located at 750 Uvalde Rd in Houston Texas. A Celebration of Life service officiated by Pastor Quinn will begin at 7pm. A final viewing will be held the following day, Friday, March 1, 2024 at 930am until 1130am in the funeral home chapel. We will then follow in funeral procession to Woodlawn Cemetery for a 12:30pm graveside service. To to the family or in memory of Anna Jane Wilson, please

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Hilary Brown, III

Jun 25, 1959 - Feb 18, 2024

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Houston, TX

On June 25, 1959, God displayed a son to Hilary, Jr., and Johnnie M. Brown. They named him Hilary Brown, III; At that time his mastery began. He was the third child of eight children to this union. Hilary attended public school in the HISD District. With many skills learned, he became knowledgeable in many areas such as mechanics, along with working beside his father at their neighborhood service station. Later, he grew interested in many other techniques like art, carpentry, and handyman. He was always there to rescue you if you when stranded. That’s where he picked up the nickname, “Catfish,” you can always catch him no matter what bait you used. At an early age, he attended Mt. Pleasant B.C. and worked until he accepted Christ as his personal savior. He decided to explore his faith by attending three biblical study programs mastering them all. Later, he united with Greater Zion B.C. under the leadership of Pastor Dale Perry and Jr. Pastor Henry Lewis. Hilary “Catfish” Brown was known by many. He had a special talent of making you smile and laugh. He was preceded in death by his father, Hilary Brown, Jr., and sisters, Sharon (Darlene) and Diana (Nana). He leaves many mastery possessions: his mother, Johnnie M. Brown; two sisters, Gwen (Dale) Anglitt and Deanna (Michael); three brothers, Melvin (Darlene), Mark (Wanda), and Tyrone; three children-in-love, Diamond, Delvin, and John Dee; and a host of nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends; special friends who loved him, Margaret, Tomeka, and Dennis. To to the family or in memory of Hilary "Catfish" Brown, III, please

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Henry Marvin Respert

Sep 26, 1948 - Feb 19, 2024

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Houston, TX

Henry Marvin Respert Henry Marvin Respert was born on Sunday, September 26, 1948 (1947) to Rev. Henry Lewis Respert (1920-2016) and Beuhla Mae Black (1921-1990) in Ideal, Georgia. He was the third child behind his eldest sister, Adel, and his eldest brother, Tommy Gene (1947-1993). Soon came his brothers, Henry Lennon (1949-1949), John Lewis, then his sisters Marilyn (1953-2013), Corliss, and Minnie Jean. Henry grew up harvesting peaches, cotton, peas, and helping around the home in order to contribute in the family’s income. Helping his mother and his siblings was very important to him. He accepted Jesus Christ at Shady Grove Missionary Baptist Church, in Ideal, GA. He was always making people smile, taking his siblings snacks, enjoying his friends, visiting and helping others, trash talking and telling jokes, challenging his siblings, and he especially loved playing basketball with his friends and family as often as he could. He played on his middle school basketball team, being one of the most athletic players and went on to join his high school’s basketball team. He also engaged in projects in the high school’s woodshop. Henry briefly sang in the school choir and singing continued to be a favorite hobby. During Thanksgiving of 1967, Henry was introduced to Diane Byse by her aunt, Mattie (Byse) Respert, at her local pool room in Ideal. Henry traveled to Atlanta in order to find work and the city life. He found opportunities to earn a living through welding school and working in a cafeteria. Apathetic with his Atlanta jobs, Henry decided to join the United States Air Force on January 9, 1969, during the Vietnam War, along with his roommate. He was trained as an Airman at Lackland Airforce Base in San Antonio, TX. Soon after, he was transferred to Champaign, IL, then to Okinawa, Japan, and on to Ellsworth AFB in South Dakota. Henry was a part of the squad who flew B-52 bombers and the maintenance squad on missions. Henry and Diane elevated their love through marriage at Presentation Catholic Church (Detroit, MI) on November 14, 1970. They then moved to Rapid City, SD living near Ellsworth AFB. On December 1, 1970, he was promoted to Sergeant. He was sent on several temporary duties and missions to Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia. Henry often spoke of his journeys around the country and different parts of the world, learning the language, befriending people, and enjoying different foods. During his time in South Dakota, Henry played basketball, entered and won talent shows for the AF, and enthusiastically coached an airbase boys’ baseball team, which won the 11 and under championship! Henry and Diane welcomed their first son, Shawn Christopher, on February 6, 1972, in Detroit, MI. Two years later, they welcomed their second son, Michael Paul, on May 27, 1974. Henry was honorably discharged as Staff Sergeant from the U.S. Air Force on December 5, 1974. After discharge, Henry’s family returned to Detroit and he began working at Ford Motor Company in 1975, until he joined the City of Detroit police force in 1977. In 1974, Henry and Diane bought their first home at 20260 Burgess. They welcomed their only daughter, Regina Ann, on December 8, 1978. Henry was a dedicated police officer, who often tried to help and work with people he encountered, good and bad he treated them well. He continued playing basketball, joining the 16th precinct men’s basketball team through the Police Athletic League (PAL) in the late 70's. He began coaching at St. Gerard School with his cousin-in-law, Roy Wilson, and Eddie Rachel. Henry and the coaches stormed into gyms with their 5th/6th grade boys, including his 4th grader, Shawn. He was proud watching Roy’s sons, Ronald and Ray Cade, playing tough and Shawn with great defense and stellar scoring skills. Henry's next coaching assignment was at DePorres High School with Coach Rachel, where he assisted in coaching future NBA stars Negele Knight and Willie Burton in the early 1980s. Henry returned to St. Gerard to head coach the 5th/6th grade boys with his son, Michael running the PG position and Leonard Bush (UAB & overseas pro), amongst others. While still protecting the city as a police officer, Henry moved to St. Mary’s of Redford in 1987 for his son Michael to coach the 7th/8th grade boys’ team, along with other talents, such as Charles Smith, Wendell Green, Sr, Brian Clark, and Clarence Black. Henry soon began coaching his daughter, Regina, at St. Mary’s for the 5th/6th and 7th/8th girls’ teams along with his wife, Diane, and Jeff Susan assisting him between 1989-1993. Henry also assisted in coaching the Freshman & JV boys’ teams at Bishop Borgess from 1988 to 1998. His successful coaching and mentoring strategies showed as Henry won multiple tournaments, district, and conference championships over his years. Henry changed the lives of many of these young men and women by speaking in the classrooms, taking them to a ballet and NBA games, having cookouts with his own family, and regularly driving players home after practices at night. Henry cared for his family taking them on numerous vacations to Georgia, Philadelphia, New York City, Mt. Rushmore in South Dakota, Disney World in Florida, Canada, especially Niagara Falls, fishing, camping, and many other places. Uniquely handy, especially with duct tape, you could find Henry fixing most things around their home, installing an adjustable basketball rim to replace his kids’ milk crate nailed to the garage, and building a padded bench for the neighborhood kids to take breaks between games in his backyard. Nearly every week, he was swimming, playing handball, tennis, and basketball at Northwest Activity Center, YMCA, playgrounds, and Belle Isle in Detroit. Henry also fancied building a garden behind his garage proudly touting his tomatoes, okra, zucchini, and peppers. He was known in the neighborhood as a good guy engaging in funny conversations, encouraging others, and enjoying activities, such as bike riding, basketball, tennis, and horseshoes with the neighbors and friends. Families loved him at parties and weekend gatherings talking trash and big laughs playing on the pool table, especially Boogaloo Russell and Roy. After retiring from the City of Detroit in 1994, Henry then served subpoenas for Wayne County and worked as a security guard with Brinks, Inc. One could also find Henry cheering and coaching from the college and NBA stands from 1990 to 2001, as he enthusiastically supported his sons, daughter, and future son-in-law at their games. Henry and Diane were interviewed by national media outlets multiple times during Shawn’s junior and senior years at Michigan State University, but one significant quote was his response to a journalist asking about whether Shawn was going to the NBA, stating, “Shawn can decide on where he wants, but I want him to get that sheepskin,” referring to a college degree. Henry was proud of both of his sons at MSU, and later his daughter at Oberlin College, graduating with their college degrees! Henry and Diane moved to Lansing, MI in 1999 after retiring from the City of Detroit, where he continued his new security jobs. In 2002, he and his wife moved to Houston, TX to care for Diane’s father, Willie Ben Byse (1924-2002), buying a home in the Cy-Fair area. Henry was excited to purchase such a lovely home with his wife. He transferred within Brinks, Inc, and eventually worked for Katy ISD as a security guard from 2007-2008, and federal security and FEMA from 2008-2017. Henry remained positive to many at every job and neighborhood. Many still remember his smile, laughter, motivation, and good heart. He and Diane delighted in attending random basketball games, fishing, and vacations during these latter years, especially trips to see their grandkids' sporting events. Henry was filled with joy and pride spending time with his eldest grandson, Aaron, his eldest granddaughter, Cheyenne, his grandson, Tre, his granddaughter, Jalen, and the youngest, Samiah. He loved taking them shopping, to the beach or pool, being a big kid at playgrounds, and supporting them at performances and various sporting events. One could always hear him yelling, “Just play!” “Don’t think, just do,” or “Run, Forest, Run!” Henry also spent time with his adult children, even if that meant flying somewhere to be with them. He supported Shawn during his NBA Coaching years, had good times golfing and going to gun ranges with Shawn and Michael, and helped Regina with her home, club basketball teams, and her kids during sporting trips. Henry was diagnosed with dementia and Alzheimer’s in 2018, along with other illnesses in his latter years. Even still, he was full of smiles, laughs, and guidance. God called Henry Marvin Respert home on Monday, February 19th at 8:38 AM leaving behind his mother-in-law, Christine Byse (98 years), wife, Diane, his son, Shawn (Lenae), his son, Michael (Cynthia), his daughter, Regina (Maurice), his five grandchildren, four remaining siblings, and a host of loving family and friends to look back on his inspiring & adventurous life.

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Joseph Jeffrey Woodring

Aug 27, 1973 - Feb 22, 2024

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Houston, TX

Joseph Jeffrey Woodring, 50, passed away suddenly on Thursday, February 22nd, 2024, at Houston Healthcare Clear Lake. Jeff was born on August 27th, 1973, in Pasadena, Texas. For a brief period in his early childhood, he resided in places such as Corpus Christi and San Antonio, where he gained a deep passion for Texas history, especially The Alamo. He also had the opportunity in childhood to travel to several different places in Europe, including England, The Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Italy, France, Spain, Belgium & Switzerland. He later returned to Pasadena, where he played defensive end for the Pasadena High School Eagles, and graduated class of 1991. After graduating from high school, he attended various universities, including San Jacinto College and Sam Houston State University. He also had the opportunity to travel more, staying in Tokyo for a brief time. In 2006, he married the love of his life, Tracy, becoming father to her daughter, Daisy Jo, and in 2007 they welcomed their son, Joseph Dalton, followed by their second daughter in 2010, Libby Ann. Jeff became an operator at Chusei chemical plant, then at Kuraray Eval Inc., where he would work for 10 years. When not working, Jeff was an avid outdoorsman, who loved hunting, fishing, and going on Spring Break camping trips with his family. He was also very passionate about Houston sports, including the Oilers, the Texans, the Astros and the Rockets. This love of sports was never more present than when he was watching his son play football, as well as coaching him at home. When there wasn’t a game on, Jeff enjoyed watching various 90’s classics with his family, such as The Big Lebowski and Tombstone. He was also a fan of many varied kinds of music, a quality he instilled in all of his children. Jeff was also, above all, a man of faith. He was a devout Baptist Christian for all of his life, being baptized first at nine years old and then re-dedicated at seventeen. It was deeply important that he look to the wisdom of God in all he did, and he truly strove to embody the teachings of Jesus. He passed these beliefs on to his two younger children, who are both leading lives of faith. Jeff is survived by his wife of 17 years Tracy, his three children Daisy, Dalton, and Libby, his father Sid and his wife Johnnie, his sisters Casey, Jennifer, Memori and her husband Lou, his brothers Kyle and Ron, his uncle Mark, his cousin Jill, his niece Rory, his stepfather Glen, his stepsister Amy, and his 95-year-old grandmother Viola. He has now joined at Grace’s eternal gates mother Amie Clement, brother Cody Clement, stepfather Clint Clement, grandmother Yvonne Griffin, grandfather Joseph Woodring, aunt Pam Woodring, and uncle George Griffin Jr. There will be a reception held after the service at Boondoggle’s Pub in El Lago, all are welcome.

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