Irma BRAND

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  • "Irma,I know you're not hurting anymore and I'm sure Buddy's..."
    - Kathie
  • "Ang & Chris I'm so sorry for your losses. Irma was a..."
    - Shelly Hunter-Wells
  • "Irma, I did'nt know you but Joe and Buddy worked together..."
    - Ruth Montgomery
  • "In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you..."
    - Dena & Ernie Barlor
  • "Mom, I know you are happy now. You and Dad will be together..."
    - CJ Brand
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Memorial Services for Irma Brand of Conroe, TX, formerly of OK, will be held on Friday, December 14, 2012 at 11:00 A.M. at Northstar Church with Pastor Darryl Hooper officiating. (27326 Robinson Rd, suite 209-210, The Woodlands, TX 77385) Mrs. Brand was born on October 12, 1949 in Corpus Christi, TX and passed away on Saturday, December 1, 2012 in Conroe, TX. She was 63 years old. Irma was preceded in death by her beloved husband Billy J. "Buddy" Brand, her father Jose A Garcia, and her mother Juanita Lopez-Garcia

She is survived by her loving family: daughter, Angelina Lynn Rohling and husband, Bill; son, Christopher John Brand and wife, Bridget; sisters, Stella Etherington, Kathie Davis, Tina Dilbeck ; and brother Philip Garcia; grandchildren, Caitlyn, Parker, Chloie, Matthew and Corbin; numerous other dear relatives and friends also survive.

Irma grew up in Del City, OK and graduated from Del City High School in 1967. While in Junior High School, she met the love of her life, Buddy Brand. The two became inseparable from that point and married in 1968 they enjoyed 44 years together. Irma was well known for her cooking, arts and crafts, and embodied the term dedicated housewife and loving mother. Everyone who met Irma loved her. Even after suffering a debilitating cerebral injury in September of 1995 she continued to warm hearts with her sweetness, laughter and infectious smile. After surviving a near fatal car accident with her husband in June of 2012 they moved to Conroe to be near their son and his family. Seven weeks after the passing of Buddy she went to be with him again in eternity. Irma was her husband's soulmate, an amazing mother, daughter, sister and grandmother who was dearly loved and will be greatly missed.


Published on yourconroenews.com from Dec. 11 to Dec. 24, 2012