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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - August 25, 2005, Galveston, Texas Thursday August 25 2005 D2 FEEDBACK For Obituary information call 4096835308 or 18003907355 Ann Thompson WEBSTER MiMi Thompson 83 passed away on Monday August 22 2005 at her home at The Terrace of Clear Lake Webster Texas Her husband of 43 years Roy Thompson son Tommy Lee Thompson and grandson Shane Lee Thompson preceded her in death Ann was a loving wife mother grandmother sister and friend Ann was born to Manuel and Maria Martinez in the city of Waipahu on the Hawaiian Island of Oahu on July 13 1922 Ann was a longtime resident of Dickinson Texas until a few months ago The following family members who brought great joy and pride in her life survive Mrs Thompson two brothers Peppy Martinez of Mountain View California Johnny Martinez of Cupertino California also two sisters Carmen Tomasello of Monterey California and Isabella Coffinan of Mountain View California They had three sons Tommy Lee Thompson deceased in 1979 Robert Thompson and wife Janna residing in Pearland Texas and John Paul Thompson and wife Diane residing in Parker Colorado and a daughter Maria Ann Phillips and hus band Tim Phillips of Dickinson There were twelve grand children Shane Lee Thompson deceased in 1988 and remaining living grand children Derek Thompson Shauna Thompson Tarah ThompsonCrowder Natalie ThompsonHoskins John Paul Thompson n Tanya ThompsonMartinson Brian Lee Phillips Roy Aaron Phillips Kent Schumacher Kimberly SchumacherPyle and Tyler Thompson There are eight greatgrandchil dren Mrs Thompson was a life time member and a Flag Bearer for the Ladies VFW Auxiliary Post 6378 in Dickinson The family will receive friends for the viewing on Friday August 26 2005 from 5 to 7 at Forest Park East Funeral Home in Webster Texas Funeral services will be held at on Saturday August 27 2005 at Forest Park East Funeral Home Brother Jay Morris will be officiating the funer al services Burial will fol low at Forest Park East Cemetery in the Field of Honor beside her husband Roy Thompson who passed awav on June 21 1985 Forest Park East Cemetery Funerals Cremations 21620 Gulf Freeway Webster Steven EIroy Bownds GALVESTON Steven EIroy Bownds 50 died on Friday August 19 2005 at a TJTMB hospital in Galveston Texas He was born on June in Houston Texas and had been a resident of Galveston for 30 years From the begin ning we knew of his intel lect and of his imagina tion Anything he did was carried to the extreme His playing out German Spy movies Russian spies secret little intrigues from dissections of bugs etc We knew he was special and heard the sounds of drums we never heard We tried the impossible of guiding his massive drives into sci ence medicine or other interests but school was too tame too dull and bored him Then he began his Huckleberrylike trav els fishing with his grandpa hunting and camping Boy Scouts and all outdoor things He had great wanderings over vast spaces He roamed and met many people many who were amazed by his abilities This left him in a frame of freedom and expanse that seldom bored or tied him down He is survived by his mother and father Charles and Joyce Bownds of Pikeville Tennessee brothers Charles M Bownds of Ocala Florida and John C Bownds of Lenoir City Tennessee sisters Joyce Weiner and husband Michael of Columbia Lakes Texas and Belinda Gomes and husband Mario of Washington DC aunt Edna Mae Forbes of Houston uncles EIroy W Forbes of Houston Edward A Forbes of Angleton Donnis Tomlin and wife Judy of Alvin and Doyce Tomlin of Houston and numerous nieces and nephews A memorial service will be held at pm Friday August 26 at Malloy Son Funeral Home In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Our Daily Bread 2420 Winnie Galveston TX 77550 MAUOY 6 SON FUNERAL HOME Bertie Rogers Eernisse Berlie Rogers Eernisse passed from this life Wednesday August 24 2005 in Webster Born April 21 1910 in Texas City Mrs Eernisse had been a lifelong resident of Arcadia She had been a dairy farmer who enjoyed quilting gardening canning and spending much of her time outdoors She was a member of Arcadia Christian Church where she was a former custodian for over 10 years She was preceded in death by her husband Milton Arthur Eernisse Burl Thomas and Georgina Ann Rogers son Michael Eernisse brothers Ralph Rogers and Obie Rogers and sisters Bertha Gernand Nonna Sanders and Willie Moore Survivors include her eons and daughtersinlaw Roger Eernisse and wife Marjorie of Santa Fe Jon Mangum Eernisse and wife Karolyn of Bryan and Ralph Eernisse and wife Mary Ann of Sugar Land daugh ters and soninlaw Joyce Stanley of Oxford Alabama and Sarilda Reeves and husband Al of Santa Fe daughterinlaw Mollie Eernisse of Clear Lake sis ter Totsy Kearney of Knoxville and 17 grandchildren 43 great grandchildren and eight greatgreatgrandchildren Funeral services will be conducted 10 Friday August 26 2005 in the chapel of Hayes Funeral Home Interment will follow at South Park Cemetery in Pearland Friends may call from 5 to 8 Thursday at the funeral home 10412 State Highway 6 Hitchcock 409 9253501 Those who wish may make memorials in the form of donations to Arcadia Christian Church Youth Group at 14201 Beriton Santa Fe w Funeral Home In the Service of Others Robert Lee Wilson Bubba DICKINSON Robert Lee Bubba Wilson was born October 11 1950 to MacArthur Wilson and Jettie B Flowers He was educated in the Brenham Public Schools was a longtime resident of Dickinson and is preceded in death by his mother Jettie B Harris stepfather Robert Harris father MacArthur Wilson sisters Robbie and Cynthia grand parents the Rev Howard H Flowers and Johnnie Mae Flowers aunts and uncles Ora Brooks Annie Ray Flowers and John Henry Flowers and a brotherin law Dave Ray ILL Robert leaves to cherish and treasure his memories a wife of 34 years Iva Lee Wilson son Ken Deris Lott a devoted niece he reared as a daughter Yolanda Frank godson Travis White reared grandchil dren Itashia Ebony Azhia Breanna Zharia Queanna and Cameron sisters Rhonda Cornelius Petitt and Octavia Harris broth ers Hayward Harris and Robert Harris sistersin law Irene Ray Lois Jackson and Dorothy Curtis Thomas brotherinlaw Leroy Andrette Ray nieces Kenya Sharhonda Shona Deirdre Adrienne Cora Trina Renea and Brittney nephews Terrance Dave IV David Atreyu Leroy Greg and Richard a devoted friend Arvester and a host of aunts uncles other family members and friends Visitation will begin at 3 Friday August 26 2005 followed by a wake from 7 to 8 Funeral services are 11 Saturday August 27 2005 Both services to be held at the Mainland Funeral Home Chapel in La Marque Burial will follow at Forest Park East Cemetery in Webster NIANB FUNERAL HOME P Q TUGS Fasi 4G9938OWI To the Jurors in the Jacob John COX Mulder custody trial of March 3 1986 Goto Forest Daniel Fortenberry TEXAS Forest Daniel Fortenberry 87 of Texas City passed away Tuesday August 23 2005 Mr Fortenberry was born May in Bay City Texas He made his home in Texas Gity for over 45 years He retired from Amoco Gas Company in 1979 after 30 years of service He proudly served his country in the U S Army for five years dur ing World War IT three of those years were spent in Europe He was Post Commander for two years of the American Legion Post 89 in 197071 Survivors include his beloved wife Rita Fortenberry of Texas City sons Jack Fortenberry and wife Sharon of Friendswood Texas and Bruce Fortenberry and wife Brenda of Texas City daughter Sharon Richard and husband Louis of Clear Lake grandchildren Troy Fortenberry David Wayne Passmore Paul Fortenberry Daniel Fortenberry Jennifer Richard and Jonathan Richard three great grandchildren Chelsea Charlotte and Forrest Passmore sister Lucille Timberlake of Austin Texas also numerous nieces nephews other relatives and friends Pallbearers will be his grandsons Funeral services will be held 10 Friday August 26 2005 at EmkenLmton Funeral Home in Texas City with Pastor David Mills offici ating Burial will follow at Forest Park East Cemetery in Webster visitation will be 5 until 7 Thursday at the funeral home EMKENOKTON JK Keep memories alive with a memorial Call 18005613611 exf 5224 g A L V E S T O N iDAHYNEWS Community Life Delivered Dafly Contactus We are open from 6 to 5 Monday through Friday and 7 to 11 on weekends and 10 on holidays Phone 409 6835260 or 888 5613611 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Mail Box 628 Galveston TX 77553 Start a Subscription Call us before and give us your name address and phone number Your first newspaper will usually arrive the next morning Delivery Deadlines Your newspaper should arrive no later than 6 Monday through Friday and 7 on weekends Most of the time your newspaper will arrive earlier If your paper is being delivered late please call us Circulation Services If your newspaper is missing or Call us before 10 am weekdays and holidays and 11 am on weekends and well deliver a replacement paper Well also notify your carrier about the problem so 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