Shelly was proud that Abigail was a “crow” just like her, the love of shiny objects, especially jewelry and purses.
The most important thing to Shelly was her faith and her daughter Roxie. Even through her toughest times and darkest hours, she was determined to hang on to see the birth of each of her grandbabies.
He was born in 1942 in Kilgore, Texas and was the middle son to Wayne and Thelma Clute.
Doug will receive full military honors from the Conroe 4709 VFW for his dutiful service in the Army during the Vietnam era.
He really enjoyed telling corny jokes and making people laugh.
Doug was a rock-steady man who was thoughtful, generous and extremely loyal to his family and friends. Doug and his wife, Shirley were longtime members of the First Baptist Church of Conroe.
The family wishes to express appreciation to all the friends, neighbors and caregivers who have given care and support to Doug.
Roger Dale Thurman born January 11, 1946 in Shreveport, LA, passed away January 27, 2018 at his home in Porter, TX. Thurman; mother, Franker Moeller and brother, Joe Thurman.
Shelly never wanted people to go out of their way for her, yet she did it all the time for others.
One of Shelly’s best traits was that she always lived her life to the fullest and loved to laugh and smile.
She was very close to her family and friends and had a lot of people who cared about her.
She was selfless and always put others ahead of her.
Vladimir was a nuclear physicist professor for over 30 years in Russia and Texas.