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Dale Marie Buckalew Duffey Crane of Conroe died November 28, 2017. Crane was born on January 12, 1937, in Flora, LA to Randall E. She moved with her family to Magnolia, Texas in 1945, where she graduated from Magnolia High School.
After graduating from Southwestern Business School in Houston, she married and started her family who she loved dearly.
Pallbearers: Steve Hammer, Kerry Richards, Kellen Kapsar, Glenn Lucadou, Andrew Prado and Justin Nava.
Susan was raised in Magnolia and was a Registered Nurse in the State of Texas. The love for her family was first and foremost in her life.
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Kimmey, 76, of Montgomery, Texas will be held on Wednesday, January 3, 2017 at PM at the First Baptist Church in Willis with the Rev. Interment will follow at Pace Stancil-Memorial Rest Gardens cemetery.She loved to watch the Astro’s play ball and finally, after many, many years she got to see her team become World Series Champions! mccfoundation.org, First Presbyterian Church of Conroe or to the charity of your choice. Ruth was the fourth child of eight born to Hubert Allen Mize Sr. Ruth was born in Mesa, Arizona and moved with her family to Texas when she was eleven. were married 49 years and had 2 children, Tammy Kathleen Snider Cofield and Donald Allen Novel Snider. She was very proud of all of them and loved them to the moon and back. enjoyed having their annual 4 of July picnics with family and friends.Throughout her life, she traveled the world and was grateful she got to see “God’s Beautiful World.” Through her travels, she toured five of the seven continents and all fifty states with Alaska being one of her favorites. Crane was a longtime member of First Presbyterian Church of Conroe and was active in many civic affairs in her early adult life being involved in the Montgomery County Fair Assn., Conroe Lioness Club, Conroe Service League, Beta Sigma Phi, Montgomery County Youth Services and the Heritage Museum of Montgomery County to name a few. Margo Elaine Maloney was born to Arthur and Marie (Pence) Dobeck on July 10, 1941 in Chicago, Illinois. Graveside services will be held on Tuesday, November 28, 2017 at P. at Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery in Elwood, Illinois. The family will receive friends on Tuesday, November 7, 2017 from P. In 1967, she married the love of her life and soulmate, Leonard Donald Snider. They were very special to her and “Granny” was very special to all of them. She enjoyed watching her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren participate in sports and school events.Susan is survived by her children, Michael Young and wife Michelle of Benton, Arkansas, Russell Brasher and wife Misty of Van, Texas, and Stephanie Brasher of Magnolia, Texas; sister, Gail Jones and husband Don of Benita Springs, Florida; grandchildren, Lauren Garcia and husband, Adan of Benton, Arkansas, Jordan Mack of Woodlands, Cooper Young and Brandon Young of Benton, Arkansas, Jay Lynn, Alyssa, Bentley, Claire, Gracie, Tristen and T.J.; great grandson, Alex Garcia; and many other relatives and friends.They would invent stories together and loved spending time together. Survivors: daughter, Tammy Snider Cofield and husband Patrick, grandchildren: Cray Cofield, Brooke Myers Snider and fiancé Chris Ragsdale, Bodine Snider, and Jacquelene (Jackie) Grafft and husband, Michael; and great grandchildren: Ma Kenzie Halstrom Snider, Emilyn “Emi” Cofield, Callan “Cali” Grafft, Dante Cofield Armstrong, Braylee “Chickadee” Grafft, Bodean Snider; sisters: Dorothy (James) Dueitt, Patricia (Johnnie) Posuk, Twila (Eric) Chatham; brothers: Bruce (Sue) Mize and Terry (Angie) Mize and her beloved basset hound, Smiley. Henderson was born on November 4, 1948 in Cleveland, Texas to Oscar Lee Hales and Mary Pearl (Powers) Hales.