Johnny Signorelli

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Johnny Edward Signorelli, beloved husband of 52 years, strong patriarch and loving father of 3 boys and friend to many, passed away June 10th, 2017. Johnny was born to Mary Lee and Vincent Signorelli on May 15th, 1945 and grew up in Conroe, Texas where he excelled in sports, music and art at a young age. An accomplished artist, musician, and athlete, Johnny enjoyed success in most things in which he took an interest. From playing football for the Conroe Tigers to running track, pole vaulting, to competing at state in choir, Johnny always pushed himself to excel.

Johnny met the love of his life at the very young age of 12. In the 6th grade, he started dating Pam, and throughout the 60 years, the two were inseparable. In high school, Johnny was number 42 on the Conroe Tiger football team. Nicknamed "Johnny Jet", he was a star running back, scoring touchdowns and leading the Tigers to Championships under his mentor Coach Chuck York.

Johnny went to Ranger Jr College and Sam Houston State University before going to work as an architect. His artistic talent helped him excel in architecture. As an AIBD licensed architect working at Pitts, Phelps, White and Sax, Johnny worked on commercial projects for U of H and others, before moving into the residential side and going to work for his father-in- law, Jim Fuller, Sr.

Johnny spent many years in real estate and mortgage banking, working with Jim Fuller, Sr. and ultimately for himself, designing, developing, and building homes. Johnny was a consummate entrepreneur and enjoyed much success over his career.

Johnny was a doting father and grandfather. He was happiest when supporting his boys and grand kids on any endeavor and never missed an activity. And even more happy when all were together, and he could cook steaks on the grill—the more the merrier. Johnny loved to cook and loved his family time. Up until the week of his passing, he was still enjoying watching his grandkids grow and take on new challenges. He was so proud and will be missed by all.

Johnny is preceded in death by his parents, Mary Lee and Vincent Signorelli, brothers, Bernie and Don Apostolo, and sister-in-law, Jan Fuller. Johnny is survived by his wife of 52 years, Pam Signorelli, children John David Signorelli, Danny Signorelli and wife Angie, Ryan Signorelli and wife Farah, and grandchildren, Alexa, Nico, Bella, Milla, and Josie Signorelli. He is also survived by his sister and brother-in-law, Jo Anne and Steve Edgmon, brother-in-law, Jim Fuller, Jr., sister-in-law, Tammy Fuller Brown, and sister-in-law, Sandy Apostolo as well as many nieces and nephews and their children and grandchildren.

Visitation will be held, Monday June 12th, at Cashner Funeral Home from 5:00pm to 7:00 pm. Funeral service will be held Tuesday June 13th, at 12:30pm in Cashner Colonial Chapel with Jerry House officiating. Burial will follow in Garden Park Cemetery. You are invited to view our webpage and leave written tributes to the family at


Published on from June 10 to June 24, 2017
Arrangements under the direction of:
Cashner Funeral Home
801 Teas Road | Conroe, TX 77303 | (936) 756-2126
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