Roger Lee Howard, 66, was born on January 30, 1955 in Van Buren, Arkansas. He passed away on Sunday, October 31, 2021 in his home surrounded by his loving family in Kingwood, Texas. He is preceded in death by his parents Crawford Howard, Lois Austin, and brother Allen Ray Howard.
Roger is survived by his spouse Carolyn Howard of 43 years of marriage, his son Mark Alan Howard, daughter Amanda Dawn Howard, brother Ronnie Howard, and his grandchildren Daisha George and Amelia George.
Visitation will be held from 5:00pm to 8:00pm Thursday November 4, 2021 with a service beginning at 6:30pm at El Monte Calvario Church. The service will be held on Friday, November 5, 2021 at 1:00 pm at El Monte Calvario Church. We will continue in procession to his final resting place at Calvary Hill Cemetery.
El Monte Calvario Church 4313 Mohawk St Houston, TX 77093
Calvary Hill Cemetery 21723 Aldine Westfield Rd Humble, TX 77338
Kerena Trejo Castro de 38 años, nació el día 28 de Septiembre del año 1983 en Hidalgo, México y fallecio el día 29 de Octubre del año 2021. Le sobrevive su querido esposo de 4 años de matrimonio, Alberto Delgado Ceballos. Hijos; Elijah Abisai Bautista y Pablo Josue Bautista. Una hija; Kayleen Itzel Delgado Trejo. Sus padres; Pablo Trejo Guzman y Catalina Columba Castro. Dos hermanas; Margarita Trejo Castro y Fermina Trejo Castro.
El velorio será el Jueves 4 de Noviembre del 2021 en la capilla de Rios Funeral Directors a partir de las 5:00 pm a las 8:00 pm.
El servicio de entierro se llevará a cabo el Viernes 5 de Noviembre del 2021 a la 1:00 pm en su lugar de descanso final, Calvary Hill Cemetery.
Calvary Hill Cemetery 21723 Aldine Westfield Rd. Humble, Tx 77338.
Dorothy Evelyn Pearson was born March 10, 1933, was the only child of James Pearson and Rhoena Ballard. Both parents have preceded her in death.
She joined the Wilbur Johnson family as a young woman
Dottie was known to some by her retail career. She started in New Hampshire, where she worked as a cashier on an Air Force Base and demonstrated her integrity. At the Base Exchange, there were no purchases without an Identification Card. Dottie was involved in an incident where the Base Commander did not have his ID on him when trying to make his purchases. She followed the rules even when it came to him. She was rewarded for following the rules.
After moving to Ohio with the Johnson family, Dottie became assistant manager of Lerner’s (a women’s clothing store). Dottie had a strong work ethic. She believed in not being late and staying until the work was finished. Those who worked for her called her Miss Pearson. She was well liked and respected by most. When the Lerner’s store closed, she was hired as Women’s Clothing Department Manager at a Gold Circle store and finally as a Fine Jewelry Manager at a Value City store before she retired. Dottie did not drive, so one of the family members or friends often picked her up from work if the city bus was not running.
Dottie had a passion for retail, bears, traveling and gold jewelry. She collected a bear or was given one everywhere she went. She had a fear of water, but overcame it with vacationing on three cruises and a helicopter ride over water to a volcano in Hawaii vacation. She purchased gold jewelry bears for herself and unicorns for her niece/second cousin.
Because of her love for children, she volunteered and manned the duck swim area at Riley Hospital for Children in Indiana during a Newborn Intensive care reunion.
One of her favorite holidays was Halloween. She loved wearing her witch’s hat, giving out candy and admiring the different costumes of the kids.
However, Dottie’s favorite holiday was Christmas. She loved Christmas shopping. She enjoyed decorating the tree every year and almost every year it looked the same. Dottie had a wonderful eye for decorating. She also enjoyed playing Santa, for the Johnson family and friends, by handing out gifts on Christmas morning.
Dottie will be remembered for many things, but especially her contagious smile and her love for bears. Also, she never met a glazed donut, a glass of Pepsi or a chocolate she did not like. She loved people and made friends wherever she went. Children made her smile even bigger and her childlike quality drew them to her.
Dottie was protective of her surroundings and made a point of watching for things out of order. The family called it playing “Rear Window”.
Dottie was an angel here on earth and a heart for others. She was a generously kind and gentle soul. Dottie was family, a friend and loved by many. The loss of Dottie Pearson is beyond measure to those of us who loved her.
She leaves behind her cherished family and memories, a second cousin/niece Kimberly Johnson and two second cousins/nephews: Kraig Johnson and Tony (Konrad) Johnson. She is preceded in death by her other family members: her first cousin Wilbur Johnson and his wife Bettye (Mary) Johnson. She leaves behind a second family: Jan White, Carolyn White, Jamie White and Brandi White.
The Day GOD Took You Home
In life I loved you dearly. In death I love you still In my heart you’re in a place, no one else can ever fill. It broke my heart to lose you, but you didn’t go alone Part of me went with you, the day GOD took you home.
Christopher Joseph Edwards, 40, was born on November 23, 1980 in Winchester, Indiana. He passed away on Monday, October 25, 2021 in New Caney, Texas. He is preceded in death by his sister, Stephanie Edwards.
Christopher is survived by his daughter, Amy Edwards, parents, Gregory Ray Edwards, and Sherrie Edwards and one grandchild.
Buddy Smith, age 63, was born on November 2, 1957 in Mineral Wells, Texas. He left this life on October 24,2021 after a hard-fought battle to Pulmonary Fibrosis. Buddy was a one-of-a-kind person that touched so many lives by his love for people. Anyone who ever met him walked away feeling as if they had known him forever. His love for his family and friends left a legacy to be long remembered.
He is survived by his wife Carolyn of 40 years, and his sons Kevin Adkins and wife Tracey and Caleb Smith and wife Nichole. Also surviving are 6 grandchildren Spencer, Samuel, and Simon Adkins and Landen, Lorelai, and Linley Smith. He is also survived by sisters Gayle Joslin, Karen Brown, Lola Gray, and stepsister Marion Threatt.
He was preceded in death by his parents Clyde Smith and Merlene Thompson Smith, his sister Connie Glover and stepsister Sheila Mays.
A viewing will be held on Thursday October 28, 2021 from 5-8 pm in the Rios Funeral Directors Chapel located on loop 494 in New Caney, TX.
Funeral service will be held on October 29th at 11:00 am at Humble First Assembly of God church located at 1915 FM 1960. Graveside will be held in Mineral Wells Tx. On October 30, 2021 at 2:00 pm in Staggs Prairie Cemetery on FM 1821 North.