Brenda V. Martin

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Funeral services for Brenda Virginia Martin, 73, of Conroe, Texas will be held on Monday, July14, 2014 at 6:00 P.M. in The Chapel at Conroe Funeral Directors with Pastor Brian Fox officiating. The visitation will be held two hours prior to the service beginning at 4:00 P.M. in The Chapel.

Brenda was born on January 2, 1941 in Long Beach, California and passed away on July 7, 2014 in Houston, Texas. She was preceded in death by her husband's in which she dearly loved: John Jacob Humphries, W.L McWorter, and Donald Martin and her mother, Mary Swift and father, Richard Davis.

She leaves a loving family of two sisters: Fredi Simpson and husband, Bruce and son, Kane; and sister, Linda Aufiero and husband, Mike, daughter, Renee and granddaughter, Makayla. She also leaves behind: her daughters, Debra Gillies and husband, Billy, Karen Henry and husband, Allen, Kathy Faust and Vickie Alfaro and her son, Earl Dale Humphries; grandchildren, James Salazar with Catherine Salazar, John Holland with Kristin Holland, Bobbi Jo Bacon, Chasity Ann Rogers, Shayna Humphries, Arielle Henry, Kendall Henry, Christopher Boenisch, Michael Faust, Nicholas Faust, Breana Alfaro, Neamiah Jarrell, Brighton Jarrell, Chris Humphries, John Humphries, Brandon Humphries, Mandy with Mike Billiott; great grandchildren: Ethan Holland, and new sibling on the way, Alyssah Roberts, Abbigaile Bacon, Caityn Bacon, Angilique Abramovich, Kyle Abramovich, Joseph Abramovich, Rylee Parker, Aarian Parker, Jacob Bellow, Jace Bellow, Payton Henry, Brittany Jones, Dylon Billiott and Devyn Billiott and a great-great grandchild, Brett Grayson Ferguson. She is also survived by a beloved brother-in-law, Earl Humphries, many sisters-in-law, cousins, nieces, nephews and too many dear friends to begin to list.

Our Mother will be truly missed. She has always loved people and treated them all in love no matter their views, walks in life, or different personalities. She was extremely forgiving and would share anything she had. She was a giver to all. Our mom has taught us how to be a helper of others and looked for the good in others. Her last wish was for her family to be close and to be happy. That's all in this world she really wanted. Who wouldn't miss a Mom like this?


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