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Numerous other dear nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews, as well as, other dear relatives and friends also survive. Friend Anglin will be held on Saturday, November 4, 2017 at P. at Grangerland Baptist Church with Pastor Charles Foshee officiating. She passed away peacefully with family by her side on October 31, 2017 in Pasadena, Texas. Joyce was a woman with compassion for the environment; she had a green thumb and loved flower gardening. She also enjoyed reading, movies, bowling, and watching her favorite TV show, “The Golden Girls.” Some of Joyces’ other favorites were the music of Elvis and watching our “World Series Champions” The Astros play!Interment will follow at Dry Creek Cemetery under the direction of Conroe Funeral Directors. Joyce was born on September 11, 1952 in Boliver, Texas to Edward W. Of all the things she did best, her love for her family was foremost.She was a prayer warrior, praying constantly for her family and friends. is survived by his loving family: wife, Sue Fielder; son, Jerry L. She is survived by her loving family who adored her: daughter, Lisa Ellis Testa and husband and loving son-in-law, John Testa; son, Keith Ellis and wife, Karen; sister, Doris Odell Mc Queen and husband, Al Mc Queen; brother, Bobby Parker; grandchildren, Cindy Lemus, Kathy Duke, James Ellis, Jr. He passed away peacefully on September 17, 2017 in Conroe at the age of 91. He lived a good life and his actions in life were truly inspiring.She was part of a big network of prayer warriors across the United States. Fielder, 72, of Conroe, Texas passed away on Thursday, October 5, 2017 at home. He was preceded in death by his parents; two sisters, Tressie Bailey and Emmer Calvert; brothers, Orville Fielder and Douglas Fielder. and granddogs, Charlee and Presley; seven great grandchildren as well as, a host of other dear family and friends that loved her dearly. Charles grew up in Etoile but over the years lived and raised his family in Houston and Conroe. Charles was preceded in death by his parents, James and Lydia Sargent; brothers, James “Pete” Sargent, Lloyd “Curly” Sargent, Clinton “Mann” Sargent; and his daughter, Bonnie Rhodes.She lived in Waco, Beaumont and Humble before moving to Conroe in 1965.Preceding her in death were two brothers, Randall Lynn Duffey and Ray Edwin Duffey; her parents, Honeyboy and Nanny and her husband, Patrick Bennett Crane, Sr.She was preceded in death by her parents, Oscar and Pearl Hales; her brothers, Billy Jack Hales and James Hershel Hales; her sisters, Reba Rollins and Ruby Joyce Hales and her uncle, Sonny Henderson.
Betty was born in Galveston, TX on February 27, 1938 to Lillian Maude and Estes A Kelley.
She owned a skating rink in Houston and later when she moved to Conroe she worked for Flowers Baking Company.
Betty had a very green thumb, she could grow anything, she loved flowers, fruit trees and anything she could make a cutting of and stick it in the ground to see if it would grow! Virginia was a loving, gracious and calm person who enjoyed life and was always there to brighten the lives of others.
Dale is survived by her loving family: sister, Delia Rose Duffey of Bryan; daughter, Debra Kay Buckalew Campbell and husband, Larry of The Woodlands; son, Donnie Buckalew and wife, Leesa; son, Denny E.
Buckalew and wife, Melanie; daughter, Deann Marie Buckalew Alger and husband, Greg-all of Conroe.