Ernest-Venza-Obituary

Ernest J. Venza

Beaumont, Texas

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Please accept my deepest sympathies.

I rode with Ernie when I first started at Precinct 5. I always enjoyed his stories and he was a really nice guy to ride with. Talk about respected. Everyone, and I mean everyone at those community centers we visited knew him and liked him. He was really one of a kind.

SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS,KNOW THAT YOU CAN LEAN ON GOD AT TIME LIKE THESE,ALSO HIS WORDS IN THE BIBLE BOOK OF JEREMIAH 29,11,12,TO GIVE YOU SOME COMFORT AS YOU MOVE FORWARD.

Venza family and Marguerite, I have so many wonderful memories of Boo and family when we visited our cousins. We all had a great time enjoying the cousins during the holidays and family re-unions. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Boo was a great cousin, great ball player and fun to be around. Jan and Sammy

So sorry for your loss. Ernie was such a sweetheart. Wish I could have attended the service. My condolences for the whole family.

My thoughts and prayers are with he and his family. Ernie and I were partners on the BPD way back in 1969. He was a great guy and will be greatly missed.

I always teased you and said you were my favorite brother. You were my only brother and sibling and you were my Boo. I am finding comfort in knowing you are free of pain and can now taste and experience the joys of Heaven. I will promise to carry on our family tradition of rooting for The Fighting Irish except when they play the Longhorns. I know you were greeted by our Holy Lord, Mom and Dad and all of our adoring aunts, uncles, cousins and friends that have gone before us. Till we meet...

I told Ernie several times that he was my favorite brother. He was, he was my only brother and sibling. He was my Boo! I am comforted by knowing you are free of pain and can now eat anything you want. I know you were met by Mom and Dad and all our loving aunts, uncles, cousins and friends that have gone before us. I will carry on our tradition and root for Norte Dame, except when they play The Longhorns. I love you always. Till we meet again.
Marguerite Venza Guinn

Many thoughts with the family and prayers , matt and Albert

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Ernest's Obituary

1940 - 2017 Ernest J. Venza, beloved husband, father, and grandfather, passed away on Monday, October 16, 2017, in Houston. Ernie, known to his loved ones as "Boo", was born on September 15, 1940, in Beaumont. He attended Beaumont High School, where he played second base for the BHS...

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