March 22nd, 1952 - November 13th, 2021
David Lee King, Sr.
March 22, 1952 – November 13, 2021
David Lee King, Sr. departed this life on Saturday, November 13, 2021, in Opelousas, Louisiana with his family by his side. Visitation will be held Friday, November 19, 2021, from 2:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. at Gardner’s Funeral Home 507 W. Orange St., Angleton, Texas. A Celebration of his Life will be held 11:00a.m. Saturday, November 20, 2021 at FMBC Family Life Center, 523 N. Parrish Street, Angleton, Texas, Rev. G.R. Holland, Officiating. Interment will follow at Peaceful Rest Cemetery, Brazoria, Texas. David Lee was born on March 22, 1952, in Angleton Texas to Mary King. He attended Marshall High School in Angleton, Texas. After high school he enlisted in the US Air Force, serving from 1971 – 1975. He was united in Holy Matrimony to Ella (LuLu) for 47 years. To this union, two children were born, Temeshe and David Jr. David Lee was employed with the City of Angleton in the Public Works Department, working his way up to Public Works Director. He was a dedicated employee with the city for 44 years until his retirement in 2016. David Lee never met a stranger. He cherished his family and friends.
January 30th, 1965 - October 25th, 2021
Tina Evette Randall
Ms. Tina E. Randall, a retired teacher, and life-long resident of Angleton, Texas, peacefully passed on Monday, October 25, 2021. Tina was born in Galveston, Texas to Eva M. Randall and John H. Williams on January 30, 1965. In 1983, she graduated with honors from Angleton High School, leading her to University of Houston where she achieved her Bachelors degree in Business Marketing. As a highly recognized educator in Angleton and Brazosport Independent School District, led her to receive a significant amount of “Teacher of the Year” nominations. By supporting and educating her students and peers, Ms. Randall was able to leave a lasting impression in and out of the classroom. Her hobbies included crafting, antiquing, teaching, line dancing, exploring, and spending time with her beautiful family. Tina is survived by; her parents (Eva Randall and John Williams), great-aunt (Corine Allen), children; eldest daughter, Tamyrra (Desmond) Roberts, eldest son, Derrick Jackson Jr., and twins, Tamorra Jackson and Tamerra (Marcos) Gonzales. Sisters; Tonia (Paul) Randall-Youngblood, and Rebecca (Ron) Mincy. Brothers; Tommy (Della) Randall, Thurston Randall, Brian Randall, and John Michael Williams. Grandchildren; Kyle, Aiden, Regan, and Evan Roberts, Josiah and Mari Gonzales; three nieces and seven nephews along with countless amount of family and friends who cherished her dearly. Memorial Services will be held Saturday, November 6, 2021, 11:00 AM at FMBC Family Life Center; 523 North Parish, Angleton, Texas. Due to the COVID-19, everyone must wear a mask and practice social distancing. Final and Most Sacred Arrangements Entrusted to Gardner’s Funeral Home, 507 W. Orange Street, Angleton, TX. Online condolences may be sent to the family at gardnerfuneralhome.net.
September 23rd, 1954 - September 8th, 2021
Angela Rogers Magwood
Angela Rogers Magwood of Sugarland, Texas passed away on October 8, 2021 in Houston. Visitation will be Thursday 4:00 -7:30 PM October 21, 2021, at Gardner’s Funeral Home 507 West Orange Street, Angleton, Texas. Funeral services will be held 11:00 AM, Friday October 22, 2021 at Westbury Church of Christ 10424 Hillcroft Street Houston, Texas. Angela was born in Alvin, Texas to Richard and Rosie Lee Rogers on September 21, 1954. She graduated from Angleton High School in 1973. Angela married Ronnie Hall and they had two children Ronnie and Shante. Later she married Rudolph “Jay” Magwood until becoming his widow in 2007. Angela first professional job was with the IRS. Later she became a realtor, an entrepreneur and self-employed. As an apartment locator she was known as THE SAME DAY QUEEN she enjoyed helping those that had the most difficulty finding a place. She hardly met anybody that didn’t become a friend. She was an active member of Church of Christ for about 40 years.
November 30th, 1948 - September 26th, 2021
Herman Hall, of Angleton, peacefully departed this life on Sunday morning, September 26, 2021. On a beautiful fall day in November 30, 1948, a baby boy was born to James and Leola Hall, in the Anchor Community. They named him Herman Hall. He spent his entire childhood in the Angleton, Texas. Herman completed grades 1st through 11th Marshall High School, and he later graduated from Angleton High School in 1967. Shortly after graduation Herman enlisted in the United States Army.Read more...
July 29th, 1943 - September 24th, 2021
Roscoe Higgins, of Angleton, peacefully departed this life on Friday morning, September 24, 2021. Roscoe was born on July 24, 1943 in East Columbia, Texas to the late Ronald Higgins and the late Rosie Bell Higgins. Roscoe was affectionately called, “Spotty” by some and “Friday” by others. His church affiliation was Greater Handy Chapel A.M.E. Church, under the leadership of Reverend Benjamin Emanuel. Truly the saying: It takes a village to raise a child. Nowhere, could that be truer than in the environment in which he was reared. Roscoe being a military child often traveled with his parents. He also attended the public schools of Charlie Brown and Marshall High School. Roscoe had many different jobs throughout his life.Read more...
September 14th, 1959 - September 13th, 2021
Ms. Linda Jo Davis, passed away peacefully, Monday; September 13, 2021, at Jennie Sealy Medical Center. On September 14, 1959, a bright eyed, smiling baby girl joined the loving union of Mr. Clarence T. Davis Sr. and Alice B. Davis in Galveston, Texas. She was preceded in death by parents and brothers: Lawrence Edward Davis, Henry Lee Davis, and Odell “Smokey” Davis. Linda attended Galveston Public schools and graduated from Alvin Community College with a degree in Early Child DevelopmenRead more...
October 24th, 1951 - August 31st, 2021
Alicia Gaul of Wichita Falls, TX passed away on Tuesday, August 31, 2021 at her home in Angleton, TX. She was surrounded by her loved ones. An extremely smart compassionate wife, mother and grandmother, Alicia was born and raised in Wichita Falls, TX and later worked in sales in Tennessee. Over time she moved back to Texas with the love of her life, Harold Gaul, where they settled into a home in the city of Angleton. She worked many years at Collins Instruments and developed great friendships during her tenure there. Alicia wore many hats in her life; she was the ultimate matriarch, a soccer coach and tournament coordinator, tutor, mentor, and community volunteer.Read more...
May 29th, 1945 - August 30th, 2021
Leonard Joe Henderson, of Angleton, passed away peacefully on Monday, August 30, 2021 at Cypress Woods Care Center, in Angleton. On the fall day of May 29, 1945, a handsome life began in Angleton, when the late Clarence and Ruth Henderson, became proud parents of a handsome baby boy whom they named Leonard Joe Henderson. Leonard Joe received Christ to be his personal Lord and Savior in his youth. He was a member of Community of Love United Methodist Church. He attended and graduated from Marshall High School in Angleton with the Class of 1964.Read more...
November 1st, 1938 - August 26th, 2021
Lula Crawford-Preston, of Rosharon, passed away peacefully on August 26, at Pearland Memorial Herman Hospital. On a beautiful fall day November 1, 1938, a baby girl was born to George Crawford Sr. and Lue Kemp Crawford. They named her Lula Laverne Crawford. She spent her entire childhood in the Sandy Point Community. Lula Crawford received her formal education at Booker T. Washington School, Sandy Point TX.Read more...
January 30th, 2000 - August 25th, 2021
Brea’Zaye Reaneek Stewart, of Angleton, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, August 25, 2021 at UTMB Hospital-Angleton Campus. Brea’Zaye was born on January 30, 2000 to Donald Ray Stewart, Jr. and LaCarLsha Monroe. Braezaye attended elementary school in the Angleton Independent School District. She graduated from Pearland Dawson High School in 2018. She united with First Missionary Baptist Church as a child and later gave her life to Christ and was baptized. At the time of her home going she was a “Nanny” to many children. She was very fond of children. She had a passion for family gathers, designing T-Shirts and going to Wal-Mart daily with her big sister. Those saddened by Brea’Zaye passing includes her mother, LaCarLsha Monroe, her father, Donald Stewart, Jr., (Cristal); her sisters, Donnshaneek Stewart, Justice Stewart, Jasmine Fisher, Cyziae Stewart, Alona Davenport, Sarayia Stewart, Ma’rya Quarles, Tristyn Gardner, and Krystalyn Stewart, all of Angleton;Read more...