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Wesley, Lovie  Ann   Dean

March  24,  1950 -  September  04,  2022

Services  for  Mrs. Wesley were  held  Saturduay morning,  11 o'clock,  September 10, 2022

@ the Bethel Grove Church,  7479  Hwy 1774, Anderson, Tx, with   Rev. Williams, Pastor,  & the 

Rev. Anthony C. Gillum, Sr., officiating .

Lovie was  born, the twelfth of thirteen children to  Adair Dean, Sr. and Maude Allen Dean of Anderson, Tx.

She  attended the  community  schools of  her birth, graduating  from the  Anderson - Shiro public  school system.

Lovie united in Holy Matrimony to  Donald Ray Wesley, Sr. ,  to which union, sons (Carlton and Donald Ray, Jr.) were  born.

Lovie  was  a  lifelong member  of the Bethel Grove Baptist Church, Hwy 1774,  Anderson, Tx.

She  gained  employment with the Navasota Sewing Co., Navasota Nursing Home, Texas A & M Food Service,

Seral Mfg.,  and the   Human  Resources  and     Home Healthcare Divisions  of the State of  Texas.

Lovie was predeceased by  her parents;  sisters, Mesdames  Maude E. Dean, Thelma L.  Williams, Verba J.  Thomas,

Amanda B. Gillum, and Cinda M. Hill;  brothers, Messrs. Darling , Allen David, Adair, Jr., Patrick Henry and Willie

James Dean, Sr. and  a  daughter-in-law,  Mrs. Monica N. Hall Wesley.

She  leaves  cherished memories , with  her  sons, Carlton Wesley and wife Gwen, of Navasota,

Donald Ray, Jr and fiancee Tameka of Katy, Tx.;  brothers, Joseph L. Dean of  Navasota and Alfred D. Dean, Sr.

of Houston, Tx.; nine grandchildren,  three great grandchildren  and  other collateral  relatives and friends.

Lovie  Ann  Dean Wesley  was  laid  to rest  next  to  her  brother,  Adair Dean, Jr,

in the  Coaxberry  Cemetery,  Hwy 2445, Stoneham -Plantersville community.


Remembrance


L. P. Powell, Sr.   93  of  Navasota, Tx.

Cremation  Services  were  conducted , - February - 2022 ----
He is survived by his children, Hester  King  and  Della P. Ford of Navasota,
Eva M.  P.  Lowery of Roans Prairie, Tx.,  grandchildren and other collateral relatives and friends

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Direct ( Immediate )  Burial  Services

for 

Michael  Bosquez, 62, of Iola, Tx.

were  conducted Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2021

at the Lake Grove Cemetery, Co. Rd. 161 & Co. Rd. 162   Grimes Co. Tx. 

Michael  was  retired /  self - employed following a brief  illness.

He  is  survived by his wife, Karen Renee Woods  Bosquez,

children, Michael Anthony, of Bryan, Tx., Christopher &  Michaela Bosquez and Jeremiah Johnson, of Iola ,

Brothers, Richard of Katy and Robert of Cooks Point, Tx. and  a  sister, Becky of College Station, Tx.  


  Ronald Douglas Server, JSD                      

You may leave a note of condolence on the Ronald's page @

https://www.legacy.com/funeral-homes/texas/navasota/ashford-oliver-mortuary-and-memorial-chapel/fh-2490

     Dr. Server, served as a  teaching professor , in  the Department of Criminal Justice -           -  Praririe View A & M University, South Central Texas, for more than  forty  years.

      Ronald  was born , one of seven children, to  Fred D. and  Mabel Brown Server, Nov. 19, 1950, in Ft. Worth and he attended the  community schools of Lk. Como, graduating with the Class of '69.   

  "DUCK"  Server"  was  a  member of the Como Lions  Baseball and Football  team. He served as  Sales Mgr. for the Como Lions Annual Publications,  Secretary of the Student Council, 1969, and the  Science, Camera & Slide Rule Club's.  He  matriculated   through  PVAMU, graduating with the Class of '73;  and the  Master's  Program at TCU, Ft. Worth, and  the  Doctorate  of Law , thru  the  South Texas College of Law, Houston, Tx.      He  was an  ardent  Houston Astro's Fan !    ( and sometimes Dallas  Cowboy fan, when  winning.)

     Ronald  was  predeceased  by  his  parents ,a  brother, Freddie R. Server and a  sister and brother-in-law , Joyce & Charles England.

    Survivors include,  sisters, Betty S. Warren (Samuel ), Peggy  Server & Patricia S. Baker , all of Ft. Worth; a  brother, William G. Server of Hockley, Tx., numerous neices, nephews and other collateral relatives and friends.

       Graveside Svcs. were held  Sept. 06, 2021 ,in the Historic Como Cemetery,  West - Fort Worth, Tx. , Lake Como Community .  Ronald was  laid to rest, near  his  parents and siblings.  



        Harvey Tisdell,  passed  August 09, 2021, in Houston, Tx. following  a  brief  illness.  He  was  born to the parentage of Ben  and Marie Scott Tisdell  of  Grimes Co., Tx  , and  he  briefly attended  G. W. Carver School of Navasota, Marshall  Jr. and Jefferson Davis High, Houston, Tx.

    As  a  young  lad, he attended the Truevine Missionary Baptist  Church, in Navasota.    Later in life, the  family moved to Houston, Tx. , where he  was  employed  briefly, with  Dave Tree  Svcs.   

His  hobby include: Firearms ; and he was a member of  the N R A ( National Rifle Assn. ).

He  was  predeceased by his parents, a sister, Berna Dean  and two brothers, Rogers Britton &  Thomas Chas. Tisdell.

    He is  survived  by  a  brother, Ben Tisdell, Jr. ( Linda ) of Navasota,  Sisters, Linda ( Richard ) Jackson and Jeraldine Tisdell , of Houston, Tx. and an adopted brother, Melvin Sewell of  Calif.,  neices, nephews and other collateral relatives and friends.

      Harvey  was  laid  to rest , beside  his  mother, in the Neblett Cemetery, Co. Rd. 409 , off Hwy 90 North,  Navasota -Anderson, Tx.  Saturday afternoon , August  21, 2021.