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Matthew Aaron Estevez, 41, of Missouri City, TX went to be with his loving Savior on Monday, July 21, 2014. A memorial service will be held tonight at 7:30pm.  Peace Presbyterian Church is graciously hosting Hope Presbyterian Church at 1801 Country Place Parkway Pearland, TX 77584.  Gentry McColm will officiate.  Matt will be cremated and his remains will be taken with his family to their new home in northern Texas to be buried at a later time. Matt was born in Altamonte Springs, Fl on May 28, 1973 to Daniel Estevez and Susan Erenwert (nee Lehman) where he joined his older brother, Ben.  Matt moved to Houston, TX as a child with his mother and brother.  His family grew over the years to include two sisters, Raechel and Alexis, and another brother, Emilio. Matt graduated from the University of Houston and went on to teach physical education in Texas and North Carolina at both the elementary and middle school levels.  He also earned his Masters degree in English as a Second Language, (ESL).  Matt met and married his wife, Stacy, in Houston before starting a family in Charlotte, NC.  One of his dreams was to move his family back to Texas and he succeeded in 2013 when he accepted the position of PE teacher at Baylor College of Medicine Academy at Ryan.  The most precious days of his life included the day he got married, the day he was baptized, the first day he held his daughter, Naomi, and the day he left his loving family to join Jesus in Heaven for eternity. Matt will always be remembered for his love for his family and friends, his love of God, chess, origami, Cubs baseball, cooking, old movies, gardening, games, and just being with his family, friends and pet dog, Sandy.  Matt was always willing to help others at a moments notice.  He would do anything for his family and friends which he proved over and over while battling Burkitts Lymphoma.  While cancer may have defeated his body it never defeated his Hope.  Matt's faith grew and he is now rejoicing and feasting with all the saints that went before him. Matt was preceded in death by his grandparents, Anita Lehman (nee Gelbard), Amalia Blanco Estevez, and  A. Bill Estevez,  his mother, Susan Erenwert (nee Lehman), and his father, Daniel Aubrey Estevez. Matt is survived by his wife, Stacy Estevez (nee Johnson), his daughter, Naomi Estevez, his brothers, Benjamen Lehman (Megan Cape), and Emilio Estevez (Sophie), and his sisters, Raechel Erenwert (Travis Bippert), and Alexis Estevez Okoren (Douglas), his grandfather, William (Bill) Lehman, as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, step-families, and in-laws.  He will be greatly missed but his legacy lives on with all who knew him. "For a day in your courts is better than a thousand elsewhere." Psalm 84:10
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"For you, Matt, are only shining brighter in heaven. Your light here on Earth remains in..." Stacy and Julia Hollar, NC
Veldene Taylor was born September 9, 1939 and passed away May 23, 2014 of the age of 74 in Mesquite, Tx. due to congestive heart failure. Veldene was one of a unique beauty, full of wisdom and amoured by those who benefited from knowing her. She was of Caucasian and Cherokee decent. Raised in San Francisco, Ca. from the age of two years old, she was also raised Catholic and attended St. Vincent's school. Raised by millionaire Italians as an orphan, she lived the actual life of "Orhan Annie". This early influence led her to having an impeccable styling sense of unparalleled comparison. If she would have been famous, she would have been a trend setter amoung the stars. She moved to San Jose, CA in 1963 to raise three of her youngest daughters. She left in 1996 to Santa Rosa, CA to retire. Preceding her in death were her two daughters Ronda La Roque and Noel La Roque. She moved from retiring in Santa Rosa, CA to Texas to care for her ailing daughter whom had related to Texas. Ronda passed away, then Noel passed only six months later in 2011. She is survived by her eldest children Suzanne Coombs, Robert Coombs, Donald La Roque and youngest child Maryvel Neeleman Tenaya. On Easter Sunday her daughter Maryvel and son-in-law Albert brought Veldene to "The Potter's House", where she enjoyed the Resurrection play. Her last place of employment was working in cosmetic sales where she excelled and gave her great self-esteem. She will be missed for her humorous nature, especially by her daughter Maryvel, her little buddy...
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