Charles Edward Signor

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On December 3rd, Texas lost a great man, and the heavens received a great addition Charles Edward Signor, 80, died Saturday, December 3, 2016, at his home in Montgomery, Texas, following a brief illness.

He leaves his wife of 54 years, Joanne Neal Signor; his son, Clay Signor of Austin; his daughters, Holly Secrest of Nacogdoches; Sara Alexander of Montgomery, and Shelley Buhrow of Dallas; his 10 grandkids, Derek, Dilion, Rusty, Avery, Ansley, Annemarie, Fields, Tristan, Sienna and Wyatt; his sons-in-law, Robert Secrest, Derek Alexander and Brian Buhrow; his brother, Rusty Signor and his sister, Josephine Signor, and countless family friends who have been blessed by his enduring wisdom and friendship over the years.

Born the 2nd of identical twins, on August 19, 1936 in Abilene, Texas to Lee Edward Signor and Ruth Teas Signor, Charles was one of the last iconic Texas Cowboys. One of five children, he spent his childhood fishing, horseback riding and herding cattle with his twin brother Jimmy, before moving with his family to Montgomery County to a ranch located on 105 W, on an area where Lake Conroe now stands.

Charles graduated from Conroe High School before attending Texas Tech University. He was a renowned entrepreneur, running a cattle business, opening a local nursery, before settling into his true passions, real estate and the oil and gas industry.

Charles and his wife, Joanne touched many lives, both through their involvement in local churches, and their contribution to New Life Women's Center in Montgomery, where they played an active role in that ministry since its' inception 14 years ago. He served on the board of directors for Creative Outreach Ministries and volunteered his time teaching bible classes at New Life Women's Center.

This is where the cowboy rides away to the Heavenly Ranch roping cows with Jimmy and Jesus.

Funeral services will be held on Monday, December 5, 2016 at 11:00 A.M. at Lone Star Cowboy Church in Montgomery, Texas, with a private burial to follow.


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Conroe, TX 77301
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Published on from Dec. 3 to Dec. 16, 2016