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DON NAGLE, 78, of Katy, passed away Tuesday, May 4, 2010 after a long bout with Alzheimer's. Don was a devout Irish Catholic who attended Jesuit schools. He was an avid sports fan & conversationalist who remained a proud Yankee until his death. A Fordham graduate, he relocated to Houston in 1967 and later received a law degree from South Texas College of Law. He ran a successful practice for over 30 years. His life's passions were family & law. Survived by his beloved wife of 45 years, Terry; children, Robert, Kathy Johnson & husband Billy, Thomas & wife Mabel, and Maureen; grandchildren, Abby, Dylan, Donnie, Rosa, and Faith; brother, Thomas; sister, Eileen Farrell & husband Bill; as well as many nieces & nephews. Preceded in death by parents, Thomas & Mildred Nagle; & sister, Virginia.The family will receive friends from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Fri. at St. Edith Stein Catholic Church, in Katy, where a wake service will be held at 7:00 p.m. Fri. Mass will be celebrated at 10:00 a.m. Saturday at Epiphany of the Lord Catholic Church, in Katy. READ MORE ABOUT DON: Schmidt Funeral Home1508 East Ave., Katy, TX77493 (281) 391-2424

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Published in Houston Chronicle on May 7, 2010.
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May 9, 2010
Dear Terry and family: My deep sympothy for the loss of you husban and father. May peace be with you.
Dennis Gallina
May 8, 2010
Dear Terri and family I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this sad time. May God be with you.

Mary Wade Hollis
May 7, 2010
Dear Terry, Bobby, Tommy and Maureen,
You are all very aware that I had Don as an office mate for several years. They are years that I cherish. We talked sports, went to lunch together almost every day (he called be Bosaki due to my love for Chinese food), swapped tales and always shared with each other the things that went on in our lives. My daughter, Tana, became friends with Tommy while working together at Bennigans. We were very, very close. He confided in me when he went through the trial in Brazoria County, and I gladly served as a character witness on his behalf. I will always remember his wit and humor, and I can never forget his love of his family.

I am so very sorry that prior commitments keep me from seeing you and celebrating his life. We have a function tonight, Friday, to attend, and I will be attending Tana's daughter's first communion (Payton) tomorrow morning at 10:00 At St. Michaels.

Love to you all! And please know how much I loved your husband and father.

Morris Bosak
Morris Bosak
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