Category Archives: Memorials
The Orange County Vietnam War Memorial has been two years in the making and is now scheduled for it’s dedication ceremony on Saturday, Aug. 10. This Memorial to the Orange County soldiers who died in Vietnam is a totally private
There are simply no words to express our heartfelt thanks for the sympathy and support you have extended toward our family during this time of loss. We are deeply grateful for the cards, flowers, donations, phone calls, food and prayers
Media professionals from Southeast Texas and throughout a nine county region gathered Friday night at the Lamar University Library to award those who have showed excellence in their fields during 2012. The banquet and competition raises funds for scholarships for
A celebration of life in memory of Steven Richard Gentry, 39, was held on Nov. 24, 2012 at the Stonebridge Church in The Woodlands. Richard passed away on Nov. 20, 2012 at his home in The Woodlands under the care of Memorial Hermann Hospice and his family. Richard was born on Nov. 9, 1973 in Orange. He is preceded in death by his grandparents Roe and Louise Baldwin, his father Joed Richard Gentry and his brother Travis Gentry. Richard is survived by his wife of fourteen years, Elissa Gentry of The Woodlands; mother, Dee Baldwin of Bridge City; sister, Shannon Livingston of Orange; brothers, Jim Zeferjahn of Topeka, Kan. and Kyle Gentry of Spring. Richard attended school in Deweyville, Orangefield, and LCM. He graduated in 1992 from Riverton High School, Riverton, Kan. and attended the University of Arkansas. Richard was a Design Engineer for Baker Hughes prior to his illness. Richard will be greatly missed by his wife, family, coworkers and his many friends. He never met a stranger and always greeted everyone with a smile and a hand shake. During his illness he would find a way to laugh and offer a little “Gentryism” as he called it. A special thank you to Pastor Keith Pennington of New Life Assembly of God for his beautiful heartfelt memorial and to the nurses of Memorial Hermann Hospital & Hospice Care. You are greatly appreciated and will forever be in our hearts.
June 1950 – December 2011 One year ago this month, you made your last deployment out to sea. Ray, Dad, Paw Paw we love and miss you. You will always be in our hearts froever. God blessed us with your
7/08/94 ~ 9/18/11 You’re still here in our heart and mind. Still making us laugh, because your stories live on. We hold you in thought and we can feel you. We can feel you and this gives us strength and
Clifford Wayne Seelye,Dec. 26, 1973- Feb. 6, 2005
The reason eludes us as to
Son of Linda “Granny” and Dale Newton
Happy Birthday, Edward! We miss you!
Rest in peace!
My sister Jimmie Mosier Huff was born on June 15, 1925 in Vinton, Louisiana. After our years in Vinton we moved to Orangefield. There we attended the old Winfree school. We transferred to Orangefield school when we reached the seventh grade. When Jimmie