Kelley is survived by his loving wife of 31 years, Sherri Saul; son Jake Saul; daughter Jessica Saul; father Harry E. Survived by his loving family: wife, Eusebia Zabala; children, Jamaica Zabala and husband, Jose Gonzalez, Jacob Zabala and Andera, Joann Zabala and Monica Zabala; siblings, Victor Zavala and wife, Lupe, Janie Smith and husband, Ken, Meterio Zabala and wife, Lucy, Luis Zabala and wife, Sylvia, Hope Hooper, Rosa Zabala, Aurora Urbanick, Judy Zabala, Joann Pivnick and husband, Michael, Eugene Zabala and Roy Zabala; sisters-in-law, Rita and Linda; half-sisters, Maria and Consuelo; grandchildren, Jazmine, Stevie, Skylar, Makenzie, Andrina, Xander, Jordan, Laylanie, Liliana, Jonathon, Jr. Carolyn was born at home on December 28, 1943 in Batson, Texas, the fifth of eight children.Saul Jr.; mother Edwina Kelley Saul; brother Harry E. She grew up in Batson and graduated in 1962 from West Hardin County Senior High School.In 1986 he married his high school sweetheart, Sherri Mott. Bidal was from a large family of 14 children and learned hard work and dedication from an early age. He was known to be quite the dancer and he even perfected his own dance called the “Meltdown.” In his early years, Bidal served in the U. Army and later began his longtime career as a talented carpenter.Kelley worked as an auto claims adjuster for several companies, most notably Nationwide Insurance where he was employed for 19 years. in The Chapel at Conroe Funeral Directors for his service in the U. He was considered a laid-back gentleman who lived life to its’ fullest and had a wonderful sense of humor. His lively and loving manner will be dearly missed.Saul III along with various cousins, nieces and nephews. of Houston, Texas will be held on Saturday, July 14, 2018 at A. at Houston Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Pearland, Texas. She met Douglas Leon Sullivan and they were married in August of 1962.The family will receive friends on Friday, July 13, 2018 from P. Over the next 24 years they made a home in Daisetta, Texas, raised two boys and were active members of local churches and the community. She and Calvin lived in Beaumont, Texas for 16 years until his passing in September of 2007 after which she moved to Montgomery, Texas to be near her children and grandchildren in early 2008.Preceding our loved one is her husband, Delbert Basler, sisters, Opal Brown and Jenny Fritz and brother Floyd Daniels.Also preceding her is her niece, Claralynn by Wilma's sister Opal. Tom's children, Susan Vialpando (Paul), Thea Basler (Paul) and Ryan Basler (April).
Wilma loved to craft, enjoyed and loved her family, friends, especially Wanda Coffey and family, Deloris, John and Michael Burom.In 1985/86 she attended Lee College in Baytown, Texas and became a licensed cosmetologist. She was a loving homemaker, always there to see her sons off to school and always there when they came home to give them a hug and a snack.She was a skilled seamstress and baker, a Sunday school teacher and a gardener. She believed her purpose in life was to serve others and was happiest when she had someone to care for.Contact the respective county clerk of State Attorney's Office for more information.All comments and opinions are submitted by Internet users, and in no way reflect the views or opinions of this site's operators.