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Rachel Sims

Oct 14, 2023 - Oct 25, 2023

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Magnolia, TX

"Rachel Sims, 36, of Magnolia, Texas went home to be with her lord and savior Jesus Christ on October 25, 2023. Rachel was born in Sioux City, Iowa on October 14,1987, to Brian and Mary Brown. Not long after meeting at work in 2009, she married Brett Sims. Married for over 11 years, they shared in the joy of raising 2 beautiful children, Emerson and Kennedy Sims. Rachel was such a joy to be around, her love for her family and friends was enough to light up any room. Rachel had a heart of gold an...Read More

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Christina Maria Davis

Jul 24, 1951 - Feb 20, 2024

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Magnolia, TX

Christina Maria “Tina” Davis, 72, of Magnolia, passed away Tuesday, February 20, 2024, at HCA Houston Healthcare Tomball. She was born July 24, 1951, in El Campo, to Henry John Kana and Elizabeth Krenek Kana.Tina graduated from Wharton County Junior College in 1971 and went to work for Exxon. She worked for 35 years at Exxon, later Exxon Mobil. Tina worked in the Supply Department with most of her years spent working in the Marketing Department. After retiring in 2006, Tina spent time taking Caribbean cruises and traveling to Alaska and Hawaii with her beloved husband Red. Tina loved playing Scrabble, watching the Astros, and spending time with her grandchildren.Tina, happily known as Goo-Gee for 19 years, enjoyed taking trips to Sam Rayburn Lake with her sister Barbara and her husband Bill with her family. Goo-Gee loved watching her grandson Dallas fish and play saxophone and loved watching her granddaughter Ava dance. Goo-Gee went to every concert, fishing weigh in, and recital to watch her grandchildren do what they love.Tina and Red are members of St. Matthias Catholic Church in Magnolia where Tina prayed the rosary before mass on Sunday mornings for over fifteen years.Tina is survived by her husband of forty-seven years, Dennis “Red” Davis and her daughter Kimberly Elizabeth Copeland and her husband David Copeland, and grandchildren Dallas Brady Copeland and Ava Christina Copeland. Tina is also survived by her brothers Gene and Tom Kana and sisters Barbara Kunetka and Rita Sifford.She is preceded in death by her parents, Henry John Kana and Elizabeth Krenek Kana, and brother Raymond Louis Kana.A viewing, and rosary will be prayed at 9:00 am on Tuesday, February 27, 2024, followed by a 10:00 am funeral mass at St. Matthias Catholic Church, 302 S. Magnolia Blvd, Magnolia, TX 77354. A graveside service will follow immediately at Klein Funeral Home, 14711 FM 1488, Magnolia, TX 77354.There are no gallery images.#recaptcha-container label {display: none}Upload a PhotoLabel: *Image: *Gallery:Obituary Photos Required Confirmation: Upload Gallery Image

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Shirley Jean Gibson

Nov 17, 1937 - Feb 18, 2024

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Magnolia, TX

Shirley Jean Gibson, 86, of Magnolia, Texas, passed into eternal rest on February 18, 2024. A native of Iowa, she was born to the late William 'Elmer' and Frances Moore Lotspeich on November 17, 1937, in Fort Dodge, Iowa. Shirley graduated from Somer High School and moved to Omaha, Nebraska where she met her husband, Jack. They were married in Omaha on July 26, 1956. For the next 17 years, Shirley was a military wife and they moved multiple times while raising their five children. After Jack’s retirement from the Air Force, they moved to Satellite Beach, Florida and later relocated to Houston, Texas. Shirley enjoyed square dancing, painting, sewing, reading, and camping. When her daughters were young, she loved to sew them matching outfits. She will be also remembered for her Walmart runs on Saturday morning during every camp out with her children and grandchildren. Her grandchildren will always remember her holiday cookie assortment she gave out every year. She is survived by her five children: Colleen and husband Wayne Kehr, Kimberley and husband David Lamb, Jack Jr. and wife Debbie Gibson, Nancy and husband Bob Springfield, and Robert Gibson and partner Carrie Thornton. She is also survived by her eight grandchildren: Shaun and wife Stephanie Fekany, Jason Kehr, Brian Lamb, Derek Springfield and partner Jillian Temple, Megan and husband Bryant Kutac, Kelly Kehr and partner Jeff Maier, Jeffrey and wife Chasity Springfield and Amanda Gibson. She is also survived by her eight great-grandchildren: Peyton, Andrew, Kaylee, James, Leah, Ella, Ivy, and Evelyn. She was preceded in death by her husband, Jack Albert Gibson Sr. The family will gather in a private ceremony to reflect upon Shirley's enduring influence on their lives. Her gentle presence will be profoundly missed, yet her spirit will remain with all who were blessed to know her.

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Carolyn Rose Wofford

Aug 08, 1948 - Feb 17, 2024

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Magnolia, TX

Carolyn Rose Wofford, age 75, passed from this life on February 17th, surrounded by her loving family. She was born in Houston to the late Leroy and Darsie Gore. She is survived by her husband of 50 years, John, and by their children: son Steven Wofford, his wife Carolina, and their son Steve; daughter ShaeLynn Gaines, her husband Adam, and their children Troy and Zachary; son Jonathan and his wife Carrie; son Timothy, his wife Michelle, and their daughter Aubrey; and by her brother Randy Gore and his wife Vickie. She was preceded in death by her sisters, Vickie Foster and Nancy Partow, and by her grandsons, Tyler and Cody Gaines. The family will receive visitors on February 24th from 1 PM to 2 PM at Klein Funeral Home and Memorial Park, 14711 FM 1488, Magnolia, Texas 77354, with funeral services immediately following. Internment will immediately follow the funeral services at the same location. Serving as pallbearers are: Steven Wofford, Adam Gaines, Jonathan Wofford, Timothy Wofford. Steve Wofford Troy Gaines, Zachary Gaines. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to your favorite charity.There are no gallery images.#recaptcha-container label {display: none}Upload a PhotoLabel: *Image: *Gallery:Obituary Photos Required Confirmation: Upload Gallery Image

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Aracely Mejia

Died : Feb 02, 2024

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Magnolia, TX

"Aracely Mejia, age 72, passed away February 2, 2024. The Addison family and staff of Magnolia Funeral Home extend condolences to Aracely\u0027s family and friends during this difficult time."

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Melissa Anne Tyler

Jan 01, 1964 - Feb 05, 2024

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Magnolia, TX

"Melissa Anne Tyler was born in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. She grew up in her loving home in Magnolia, Texas with her mother, father, sister and 4 brothers. She graduated from Magnolia High School in 1982 where she played in the band and was part of the drama club with her 4 lifelong best friends. She then married and became a mother of 5. Melissa started work in accounting where she excelled at her job. All the while tenderly caring for her children and others making everyone around her feel loved and special with a smile on her face. Her passions were fishing, scuba diving, her children and most of all being a disciple of God. Melissa was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in August of 2023. She fought this battle until the day the LORD called her home on February 5, 2024 in her home alongside her loved ones. Anyone who knew her sweet soul knows she is the most loving, accepting, selfless and God-fearing woman we’ve ever know. Her family and friends will miss her most. The Addison family and staff of Magnolia Funeral Home extend condolences to the Tyler family during this difficult time."

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Ron Kaloz

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Magnolia, TX

"Born and raised in Michigan by his parents Andrew and Betty Kaloz, Ron left at age 17 to proudly serve his country in the Army, fighting bravely in Vietnam. After the Army, Ron became an auto mechanic, using his skills to crew chief and race cars. Ron loved spending time with friends and family camping, fishing, hunting, and working on cars with his son. Ron had a heart of gold and would do anything for others, never asking for anything in return. Those of us left that knew Ron will certainly miss our conversation with him. Ron Kaloz is survived by his brother and sister-in-law, Andy and Donna Kaloz, son and daughter-in-law, Tony and Christy Kaloz, brother-in-law, Terry Clark and his wife, Johnnie Clark, sister-in-law and her husband, Kandy and Paul Vitake, and nieces and nephews, Jonathan, Kristina, Kacey, and Kiley. A memorial service will be held by the family to honor Ron at a later date. The Addison family and staff of Magnolia Funeral Home extend condolences to Ronald\u0027s family and friends during this difficult time."

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Richard Terrell Goldsby

Jun 24, 1944 - Feb 13, 2024

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Magnolia, TX

Richard Terrell Goldsby (Rick), 79 years old, of Magnolia, TX, passed away peacefully at home, with his loving wife Sandra by his side, on February 13, 2024. Rick was born in Tucson, Arizona in 1944 and grew up in Mansfield, Louisiana. He attended Mansfield High School before joining the Air Force and honorably serving his country from 1962-1966. A proud veteran of the War in Vietnam, Rick went on to establish himself as a successful business leader and mentor in the technology and computer sciences disciplines (including stints with NASA, Macy’s, DHL International and Region IV Educational Service Center). Always the entrepreneur and risk taker, Rick took a break from the corporate world to become a farmer in West Texas before becoming a successful consultant and business owner. Rick lived his life with a servant heart and a desire to make the most of everyday. When most start winding down in their sixties, he was playing in flag football leagues, riding bareback broncos in rodeo competitions, sky-diving and even participating as a member of a professional firework crew. However, most will remember Rick as a man who was always there for others - giving his time and his heart to his, family, friends, church and his beloved veteran community. Through his actions, he made us all feel loved and important and this was, perhaps, his greatest talent and legacy. Rick was preceded in death by parents Robert and Margaret Goldsby, in-laws Harold and Wanda France, sisters Roberta Stancil and Lee Goldsby and brother-in-law, Larry France. He is survived by his wife Sandra Goldsby, daughters Dee Dee (Michael) White, Miki Price, Shara (Jason) French and Rebecca (John) Clement. Grandchildren include Kenny and Karen Marshall; Scott and Emily Marshall; Elizabeth and Jerrod Albright; Ariana Price; Chandler and Nathan Dornbush; Brady and Lydia Dubose; Morgan and Troy McDowell; Jay and Sarah French; Bailey and Rachel Dubose; Kayla and Travis Hillman; Kasey French and Jaxon Clement. Rick also leaves behind five great grandchildren, brother Bill (Chatta) Goldsby and sister-in-law Darlene (Tom) Leslie. Viewing is Thursday February 15 from 5:00 to 8:00 PM at Klein Funeral Home located at 1400 W Main St, Tomball, Texas. A celebration of life will be held Friday February 16 at 10:30 AM at Real Life Ministries, 1222 W Main St, Tomball, Texas. Donations to Rick’s such beloved veteran’s group are welcomed and greatly appreciated.

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Jacques Louis Andre De Paep

Mar 13, 1952 - Feb 10, 2024

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Magnolia, TX

Jacques Louis Andre De PaepBorn March 13, 1952 in Brugge BelgiumPassed away February 10th, 2024 in Magnolia, TX. For those who knew Jacques—or even briefly met him—it will undoubtedly be his vibrancy that is most remembered. He seemed to flutter with energy and a contagious passion for living life to the fullest. He absolutely loved learning the stories of others; always slow to speak and quick to listen. He possessed an uncanny gift of making you feel as if you were the only person in the room.Growing up in the tiny country of Belgium, it’s hard to fathom that he would later meet his wife, Louise, in Morocco and go on to live in countless countries around the world. While they would eventually settle in Houston, Texas… Jacques was a true renaissance man: fluent in eight languages, a gifted professional, a world traveler, a talented pilot, and a deeply compassionate man.Jacques adored Louise and their son, JJ. His daughter-in-law, Erin, was the daughter they never had, and he loved her fiercely. While there was so much that defined Jacques, perhaps this more than anything was the ultimate passion of his life: family.It is difficult to express the absence we feel with Jacques’ passing. When someone lives so completely, it’s hard to imagine they won’t be around forever. It is, however, for this reason that we take great comfort… because he imparted everyone he ever encountered with the very essence of his life, and in that way, he will indeed continue forever.

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Thomas C. Kurland

Born : Nov 14, 1937

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Magnolia, TX

Thomas C. Kurland was born in St. Louis, Missouri on November 14, 1937 to John and Jessie (Bronakowski) Kurland. He died peacefully in his sleep at home in Magnolia, Texas after many months of home hospice. Tom is survived by his wife of 35 years, Karen (Joppich) Kurland; his sister, Patricia Boylan of Wright City, Missouri; his brother, Richard (Kathy) Kurland of Peoria, Illinois; his son Thomas (Yun) Kurland of San Diego, California; daughter Jeannie (Steve) West of Salem, Missouri; step children Shannon Fleming of Rogers City, Michigan and Bradley Fleming of Magnolia, Texas, sisters-in-law Gail (GP) Matherne of Spring, Texas and Linda Joppich of Interlochen, Michigan. A multitude of nieces and nephews and their families all will miss him. He was preceded in death by his parents, and two brothers-in-law, John (Linda) Joppich and Gary Joppich. Tom was a gentle and happy man; fun to be around and always quick with a joke. He was a “jack of all trades” and a master of all. He was a licensed carpenter, a licensed cosmetologist, a licensed real estate agent and a very successful sales person. His last career was in sales of construction equipment to rental stores for T. C. Grant and company. Tom loved to sing and sang in Sts. Simon & Jude’s church choir. He loved his Catholic faith and was a lifetime member of the Knights of Columbus. He was a baker, cook and an artist. There wasn’t anything he couldn’t fix, and had a plethora of tools he would lend to friends. He loved his family and friends and was always up for a party. He will be missed! Services for Tom will take place at Sts. Simon & Jude Catholic Church in The Woodlands, Texas on February 12, 2024 at 10:00 am, preceded by a rosary at 9:30 am. A luncheon will follow in the church hall. Graveside services and interment will be in early August at Memorial Park Cemetery in Rogers City, Michigan officiated by St. Ignatius Catholic Church. Memorials can be made to the American Heart Association or a charity of your choice.

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Reyna

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Magnolia, TX

"Reyna was a goofy child with a contagious smile that was easy to get along with. She loved hanging out with family and friends. From the day she was born, she could fall asleep anywhere at the drop of a hat. She loved listening to music, her LED lights, being outside, riding her hoverboard, thriller and horror movies, and going to Top Golf. Most of all, she loved her dogs and the new puppies. She always said she didn’t understand football, but loved the Titans. Reyna always wanted to help those in need whether it was with a smile or a hug. The Addison family and staff of Magnolia Funeral Home extend condolences to Reyna\u0027s family and friends during this difficult time."

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