Posts Tagged ‘In Memoriam’

Kaye Walter (’81)

Ms. Bettye Kaye (Fowler) Walter PhD, of Beaumont, Texas, born on June 01, 1954, passed away at the age of 65 on November 27, 2019 in Hackensack, New Jersey. She graduated from University of Houston with her Bachelor’s Degree in Organic Chemistry in 1981. She then attended Rice University where she completed her Doctor of Philosophy(Ph.D.) in Chemistry, graduating in 1986. Finally she attended Saint Paul School of Theology finishing courses for M. Div. Pastoral Studies/Counseling in 1990. She then began her life of pursuing education at Kansas City Kansas Community College as a Professor of Chemistry, Dean of Mathematics and the Sciences, Vice President for Academic Affairs until setting fourth on new goals in 2005. She then went on to new paths and began working at Valencia College as an Executive Vice President/ Chief Learning Officer until moving on in 2010. Her life journeys then took her to a new career at Ivy Tech Community College as the Chancellor until retiring from there and setting forward in a once again new journey. She became the President of Bergen Community College until leaving there in 2017. Her final ambitions landed her at Felician University as the Executive Director of Institutional Effectiveness until she presently passed. Bettye was preceded in death by her husband, Paul Walter; father, J.L. Fowler; sister, Densee Fowler; brother, Danny Ray Fowler; grandmother, Ella Knighten and grandfather, G.U. Knighten. Bettye is survived by her mother, Mary Harrington; brother, Jay Fowler; sister, Donna Gore; Donna’s husband, Elwood “Rusty’ Gore; nephew & fiance, Trent McCauley & Elizabeth Hoke; nephew, Chuck McCartney; niece, Nichole Jeffcoat; niece, Emily Michaud. She also has a family of friends that will miss her the same as her own, they are; sister, Angie Goldszmidt; sister, Linda Box; sister, Ursula Parrish Daniels; sister & brother, Jackie Lue Raia & Joe Lue Raia; sister, Karen Dorrell; sister, Cathy Napolitano; sister, Debbie Romano; brother, Vernon Box and brother, Bill “Chief” Corcoran. Also mourning her loss are the students she supported and loved over the years. ” Until we meet again you will forever be in our hearts and souls as one of the most amazing women to have ever walked this green earth. You were definitely a one of a kind and will be missed. Thank you for touching so many lives and showing love to others as you did. You have made a huge impact in this world not only on your families but on all the others around you.” ?Family & Friends Services to honor Ms. Bettye will be held on Wednesday, December 4, 2019 at 2:00 PM located at Farmer Funeral Home. Interment will immediately follow services at Cunningham Cemetery in Silsbee, Texas. Visitation for family and friends will be held on Tuesday, December 3, 2019 from 5:00 until 8:00 PM.

Mr. Clinton G. Weber, Jr. (’75)

Clinton Gussie Weber, Jr., 75, went to be with his Savior Jesus Christ on Monday, November 18, 2019, in Webster, Texas. He was born on November 8, 1944, in Houston, Texas to Evelyn G. Sweet Weber and Clinton Gussie Weber, Sr. He is survived by his wife, Sandra S. Weber, numerous cousins, and a host of dear friends. He earned a Bachelor of Business Technology degree from the University of Houston, and worked in personnel administration for Chevron Corporation and the Memorial Hermann Hospital System. He was a serious student of the Word of God through Berachah Church for over sixty years. He applied the Biblical principles and teachings he learned to direct his daily life. He loved all the pet dogs that he and Sandra adopted over many years. He also enjoyed square dancing, playing games with friends, and travelling to new places. A memorial will be held on Friday, December 6, 2019, at 11:00 a.m. at Crowder Funeral Home, 111 East Medical Center Blvd., Webster, Texas 77598. In lieu of flowers, those wishing to make a memorial donation in Clinton G. Weber, Jr.’s memory may do so to Berachah Church, 2815 Sage Road, Houston, Texas 77056; or to the Houston SPCA, 7007 Old Katy Road, Houston, Texas 77024

Mr. Bill Davis (’50)

Lloyd A. “Bill” Davis passed away peacefully at his home in the early evening hours of November 15, 2019 in the company of his loving family. Bill is survived by his beloved wife of over 70 years, Renate; sons Boris and Byron; grandchildren Jessica and Patrick; caregivers Caroline and Hinda; and family friend Debbie Lehrmann. Visitation with the family will be from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m., Wednesday, November 20, 2019 at Brenham Memorial Chapel. Funeral services will also be held at Brenham Memorial Chapel, at 11:00 a.m., Thursday, November, 21, 2019 with interment to follow at Pilgrim’s Rest Cemetery in Industry, Texas. Bill was born on May 31, 1927, to Thomas Lloyd Davis and Bessie Adams Davis on the family farm close to Pachuta, Mississippi. He grew up as a farm boy in a very rural Mississippi. Bill played as a running back and defensive lineman of the Quitman High School Panthers. Bill joined the Armed Forces after graduating high school, shortly after the end of WWII. In war-torn Berlin, Bill served in the 2nd Armored Division, and later was assigned to an MP detachment. After three occasions of being refused a date with a pretty, dark-eyed German girl, Bill’s offer was finally accepted and he went on a date with Renate Blattner. They fell in love, and a year later were married in Berlin. Bill reenlisted an additional year to marry Renate, and upon his release from the Service they moved back to Mississippi. Renate, a German city girl, didn’t like rural Mississippi and they soon moved on to more opportunity in Houston, Texas. Both Bill and Renate worked to put themselves through the University of Houston, and after his education Bill became a strong supporter of Cougar Football. In his generosity, he always made it a priority to give back the University over the years. After 65 years of faithfully attending football game in the in-zone with his family, he became a season ticket owner, and Cougar Pride Member ? today called a Lifetime Cougar. Although Bill and Renate lived in Houston in the coming years, Bill’s “farm boy” past resurfaced and in 1964 he bought a farm outside Fayetteville, Texas. Bill also went to work for Metallic Building Company and worked through the ranks to become Vice-President and Treasurer until 1968. The Davises crossbred cattle in Fayetteville. After being chased up the fence one too many times, Renate announced that if he wanted to continue with the family’s assistance, he needed to find a different disposition of breed or find some new help. In 1969, The Davises took a different twist. Bill left his job with Metallic Building Co., and formed a new company, Engineered Components with partners Earl Vonderglotz and Jimmy Clift manufacturing metal building components. In order to have the cash to start the business, he sold his Fayetteville farm and cattle operation. It was a good move, as business went well and after ten successful years he sold his part. In 1971, Bill bought another farm in Bleiblerville, south of Brenham, and began raising Hereford Cattle. Buying several tracts of adjoining property, Bill expanded to about 600 acres of fine grazing property and grew his herd to 100 choice Herefords. Bill was a member of the American Hereford Association, Texas Hereford Association and the Gulf Coast Cattleman Association. After 2010, Bill and Renate moved off the cattle operation into their Walnut Hill home in Brenham. Bill and Renate always had a passion for travel. They visited the Far East, Africa, Europe (including Renate’s home country of Germany) until their latter years. Bill and Renate would still attend family reunions in Mississippi and Texas. Bill was also a Master Mason for 67 years with the Walter M. Pierson Lodge #1339. If you would like to make a donation in memory of Bill, please consider the University of Houston Cougar Foundation, which has endowments supporting Cougar athletic programs. Bill had been a strong supporter of the Foundation since its beginnings in 1980. To make a contribution, please visit and click “donate now”. Services are in the care of Brenham Memorial Chapel, 2300 Stringer St., Brenham, TX 77833. 979.836.3611 Tributes may be shared at

Ms. Roberta Kay Appel (’83)

Roberta Kay Appel passed away peacefully surrounded by family in The Woodlands, Texas on Sunday November 24, 2019. She leaves behind her Mother Beryl Hamersley, Daughter Sasha Appel Mock and Husband Gordon Mock, Son Shane Appel and Wife Miriam Appel, Grand-Daughters Shawnee Appel and Misha Mock and cat Eden. She was preceded in death by her father Ernest Marsden Hamersley. She earned her Masters Degree in Dance from the University of Houston-Clearlake. Taught all forms of dance but specialized in Ballet, Modern and Folk dance. She taught dance at Bonis Dance Studio in The Woodlands Texas for over 20 years. She went on to become a school teacher in and around Houston Texas. Over the years she taught hundreds of students and touched the lives of many. She was a dedicated and loving daughter to her Mother Beryl and above all else, a devoted mother and grandmother. She will be remembered for the unconditional love she had for her family and her devotion to putting her children and grand children first. Her Funeral will be held at McNutt Funeral home (1703 Porter Rd, Conroe TX 77301) at 10AM on Wednesday November 27th.

Mr. Robert Allen Rhea (’79, M.S. ’83)

Robert Allen Rhea November 19, 1941 November 08, 2019 Memorial Donation Robert Rhea is preceded in death by his sister Ann Harris and son John Robert Rhea, Jr. Robert is survived by his loving wife of 58 years, Mary Rhea. Children: Elizabeth Davis and husband Troy, Kathy Allen and husband Dr. Mark Allen, Leah Lawson and husband Scott. Grandchildren: Matthew, Wesley and Jeffrey Allen; Rachel, Rebecca, Nathon, Seth, Lidia and Andrew Davis; Ellie Marie and Isaac Scott. Siblings: Dalton Rhea and wife Shirley and Carol O’Neil and husband Jim. Great Grandchildren: Brantley and Lilasky. And numerous nieces and nephews. Robert Allen Rhea was the first of four children born to Charles Harry Rhea, Jr and Mary Elizabeth Steele in Fort Worth, TX in 1941. He graduated from W.B. Ray High School in Corpus Christi in 1959. Shortly after graduation, he visited his grandparents in Fort Worth, TX and there he first met Mary Dean Van Schuyver. Robert was immediately smitten by Mary so he decided to move to Fort Worth to attend college and be closer to Mary. He enrolled at Arlington State College (Now UT-Arlington). After 2 years, Mary said yes to his proposal and they were married on September 1, 1961. A few years after graduating UTA, the Rheas were off to Oklahoma which was Mary’s home state. Then the Rheas moved to the Houston area and both started teaching at Aldine ISD. Robert and Mary stayed in the Houston area for many years until the Lord led them to Bryan / College Station and then finally Huntsville. It’s hard to pinpoint when Robert received the Lord but he grew up in a family of believers. He was baptized in high school and later on he became fully consecrated to the Lord and His move. Mary received the Lord after hearing a sermon by Billy Graham and right away desired to attend a church. Mary began attending the same Church of Christ as the Steele family. This is where Robert was introduced to Mary by Grandma Steele. Robert and Mary’s first precious daughter Elizabeth Ann was born while Robert and Mary were still in Arlington. Soon came along beautiful baby Katherine Lea. About 7 years later while living in Houston the Lord blessed the growing family with the lovely Leah Michelle. And finally in 1979, Robert was joined by the second man in the house, John Robert. The family was complete! Robert continued his pursuit of higher education eventually completing 2 bachelor’s degrees, a teaching certificate, a Masters in Technology and worked towards a second Masters in Education in his 60’s. His formal degrees were: B.A. in History from UT-Arlington in 1967. His Teaching Certificate was from University of Houston (U of H) in 1972. Then a B.S. in Technology from U of H in 1979. Next was his M.S. in Technology from U of H in 1983 and finally his work on Masters in Education in 2004 from Sam Houston State. Robert always worked hard to care for the family and the church. His career was mostly in education and drafting. While in Arlington he worked for American Can Co. until his degree was finished. He certainly learned the meaning of hard work at that time. The family lived in Lindsay, OK for 2 years where owned his own hot-tar roofing company. He worked at Aldine ISD from 1970-1974. He then moved to drafting while at Fish Engineering and Construction in Houston from 1974-1976. Other industry jobs included Lumus Co, Texas Pipe Bending Co, Fluor Engineering and Dow Chemical between 1977-2000. Robert started his higher education teaching as a Drafting Instructor at San Jacinto College-North Campus 1976-1977. This lead to his tenured Associate Professor position at U of H between 1977-1997. After “retirement” Robert still continued in education working at Bayes Achievement Center and Texas Department of Corrections. Robert also enjoyed researching and selling various health and wellness products. He co-authored 4 university level textbooks, but he really enjoyed love songs, poetry and short stories. The songs he wrote were about love and marriage. He also enjoyed gardening and who could forget his “almost famous” rose gardens? He really appreciated that the garden is a metaphor for the believers heart (Mt. 13:1-23). He always loved to share whatever he could and whatever he had grown. Around 1971 while working in Aldine, Robert and Mary met the brothers and sisters from the church in Houston. This forever changed the direction of their lives. Here they both faithfully gave themselves to pursue and love the Lord with all their heart and with all their soul and mind and strength (Mk. 12:30). Some dear friends and coworkers of the Lord with Robert and Mary said: “We met Robert and Mary Rhea in the early 1970s. They were brought to a fellowship of Christians through one of their teacher colleagues. Because we were from the same denominational background, it was easy for us to fellowship. They were very seeking believers. Many times Robert would call Joe and spend what seems like hours on the phone to fellowship about how we can go further as Christians. It was most enjoyable to fellowship with such an open and seeking believer who longed to have a deeper relationship with the Lord. While greatly enjoying the fellowship in Houston, we began to feel it would be good for Robert and Mary to see something much bigger. There was a conference planned in Los Angeles over a weekend, and we felt it would be good to attend that conference with them. So we made plans to drive to Los Angeles over a long weekend. Once we were there and so many brothers and sisters from many places were there enjoying the Lord, they began to realize that they were touching something much bigger than they had originally thought. The Lord was faithful to give them a vision of what He was doing on the earth and how we believers, not just being interested in how the Lord is meeting our need, could give ourselves to meet the Lord’s need. In all of the succeeding years, that is what Robert and Mary did, becoming functioning members in the Lord’s Body, always serving the Lord and the saints faithfully, with the goal of raising up a testimony of the Lord that would bring Him back.” (CD) Many have testified how much they were shepherded by brother Robert. Over approximately 6 years in the mid-1970’s Robert and Mary gave housing to over 60 college-age young men in their home. Most of these men today are still loving and pursing the Lord with their own families. He was a pattern in loving and pursuing the Lord to many. In his final days he enjoyed singing hymns with his family and to the Lord. He especially enjoyed 2 hymns: Have Thine own way, Lord ( ) which also Grandma Steels favorite hymn and What a fellowship, what a joy divine, Leaning on the Everlasting Arms! ( ). During this time Robert was very burdened that those around him would know the purpose of their human life and God’s goal for the church. If you would like to hear more about the meaning of your human life or the purpose of your Christian life, please feel free to contact either The Church in Huntsville or Houston. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to: Bibles for America, Or Rhema Literature Distributors,

Mr. Gary Robert Harlow (’70)

Gary Harlow Gary Robert Harlow passed away November 28, 2019 at the age of 80. Gary was born May 6, 1939 in Culver City, California to Robert J. and Gladys Luce Harlow. He graduated from Milby High School in Houston, Texas, and from the University of Houston. Gary is preceded in death by his parents, Robert and Gladys Harlow and his beloved daughter, Brenda Harlow. He is survived by his loving wife of 53 years (married July 16, 1966), Joan Ingram Harlow, his daughter Laura Bush and husband Chris, his son Robert Harlow and wife Melanie, his sister Linda Billerbeck, and his beloved grandsons, Stephen Harlow and Zale Bush. Gary was a Veteran with two tours of duty in Vietnam with the Seabees as a Surveyor/Draftsman, Petty Officer 2 nd Class aboard the USS Maury, a Hydrographic Survey ship. He was awarded the Combat Action Ribbon, Navy Meritorious Unit Commendation Medal and the Battle “E” (3), National Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Vietnam Service Medal (4 bronze stars), and the Vietnam Campaign Medal w/ Device. He was a Life Member of Disabled American Veterans (DAV). After his Honorable Discharge, he and his wife worked to earn his Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Houston. He worked as a Project Civil Engineer and Field Services Engineer in the Petrochemical Industry and is a member of Texas Society Professional Engineers, American Society of Civil Engineers. After his retirement in 2010, he became Caregiver for Joan as she recovered from Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL). The funeral service will be held at 11:00am Monday, December 2, 2019, at Niday Funeral Home, with visitation one hour prior to the service. A private burial is scheduled.

Mr. Clifton B. Currin, Jr. (M.B.A. ’78, M.B.A. ’81)

September 4, 1954-November 24, 2019 Clif Currin passed away unexpectedly on Nov. 24, 2019. Clif was born in Philadelphia but was a transition baby for his first years when his father worked six months each year in Port Arthur, Texas and six months in Philadelphia. He was the first of his family to permanently move to Texas from Pennsylvania and ultimately all three of his sisters followed him to live in Kingwood. Clif earned his bachelor and master?s degrees in chemical engineering at Cornell and an MBA from the University of Houston. He spent most of his working career in the oil and gas industry, starting as a chemical engineer with the Arco refinery and ending as Vice President of mergers and acquisitions for Lyondell Petrochemical Company. In 2008 Clif switched gears by taking over and expanding Showcase Carpets and Floors with his son Sean. He liked working with kids, especially with regards to business such as Junior Achievement. He was an active Dad for his two sons, Brad and Sean, being a scout leader and soccer coach for them. And he served his community as a board member of many associations and charities. Clif never met a person he didn?t like. He was generous with his time both in business and his personal life, as he loved helping people. He especially loved seeing people happy with remodeling of their homes. He is survived by his wife of forty years, Debby Currin, sons Brad Currin (and wife Tara Currin) and Sean Currin. He has two grandchildren, Fenner Currin and Phoebe Currin, who were the light of his life and affectionately called him “Grumpy.” He is also survived by two sisters Marie Currin and Marcie Currin, and nieces and nephews Brenden Currin, Jamila Currin, Ryan Galdo, Monika Rike, Rob Galdo and Zachary Rike. He was predeceased by his parents and his sister Melissa Rike. In lieu of flowers, the family asks you to make a donation to the Alzheimer?s Association or a charity of your choice. Service Information A Celebration of Life for Clif will be held at 1:00 pm on Sunday, December 15, 2019 at Walden on Lake Houston Country Club, 18100 Walden Forest Drive, Humble, Texas. To express your sympathy with a flower arrangement please contact our florist .

Mr. Adrian J. Piperi, Sr. (’60)

Adrian James Piperi
Adrian James Piperi passed away on November 15, 2019. Adrian was a man of integrity, honesty, kindness, loyalty and generosity. We will miss his great sense of humor, his “Big A” laugh and his larger than life personality.
Adrian was born in Galveston, Texas, on July 16, 1938, to Irma Colucci Piperi and Anthony Piperi. He graduated from Kerwin High School and went on to the University of Houston where he earned a degree in Pharmacy and worked as a pharmacist in Houston, Tx. He married his wife Carole in 1962. Adrian took a job with UpJohn Pharmaceuticals where he worked for 20 years. He continued his professional career as an entrepreneur and started his staff leasing company, Administrative Resources, in 1990. He was instrumental in starting the National Association of Alternative Staffing.
He and Carole moved their home to Austin,Texas, and raised three children, Michelle, Adrian, and Renee. “Big A” loved all outdoor activities and had a special passion for sports. He especially loved those in which his children were participants and University of Houston football. He also had a love for music, playing the piano for many years and becoming an accomplished pianist. He was a member of the Bentwater Men’s Club and loved a long round of golf with friends, a good poker game, and getting together with his many friends and his Bentwater music group.
Adrian was very involved in the Austin community as a youth football coach, a supporter of the Westlake High School Booster Club, and Chap Club. He was a member of the University of Houston Cougar Pride and strongly supported the student athletes at the University of Houston and the University of Houston School of Pharmacy.
He is preceded in death by his parents and his brother Ronald.
He is survived by his loving wife Carole of 57 years, his children Michelle Piperi Board, Adrian Piperi Jr. and wife Elizabeth, Renee Piperi Knight and husband Preston, eight grandchildren: Thomas Board III and wife Taylor, Ashton Board, James Board, Adrian Piperi III, Patrick Piperi, Lillie Piperi, Caroline Knight, and William Knight, and one great grandchild, Thomas Board IV, his sister in law, Modie Piperi, and many nieces and nephews.
A celebration of Adrian’s life will be held on December 2nd, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, 8227 County Rd 205, Plantersville, Tx. There will be a Rosary at 10:00 a.m. followed by Mass at 11:00 am. A reception will be held in the Parish Hall immediately following the service. In lieu of flowers please consider donating to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital., 866-458-3454, St. Jude Gift Funds: Adrian Piperi
Published in Houston Chronicle on Nov. 29, 2019

Mrs. Annette Peters (’57)

Annette Trigg Peters was born on January 5, 1935, at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Houston, Texas, to Margaret (Lingle) and Theodore “Ted” Trigg. She grew up in Southside Place and graduated from Lamar High School in January 1953. Annette attended Stephens College in Missouri and finished her education at the University of Houston where she was introduced to her husband, Roy “Pete” Peters on a blind date. They were married in 1957 at Grace Lutheran Church, which was founded by her grandparents, Christine and Harry Lingle. Annette and Pete moved to McAllen, Texas, where their daughters Cathy and Suzanne, were born. After they returned to Houston, their daughters, Christy and Tracy, joined the family. Annette was very busy during these early years raising their children and helping her husband at their business, Esquire Fine Cleaners. When they weren’t entertaining and spending time with friends in Houston or attending U of H football games, they spent time with family and close family friends in Port O’Connor, as well as traveling the world. After Pete retired, they spent time at their antique store, Barn and Bell, and weekend home outside of Bellville with good friends nearby and family always around. Most recently, Annette enjoyed time with their Dinner Club, her Bible Study friends and catching up with new and lifelong friends. Annette loved the holidays and most of all loved being with her grandchildren and great-granddaughter, Paige Annette. Annette was preceded in death by her parents and brother, Ralph Trigg, and is survived by her husband of 62 years, Pete, Cathy Peters and Lynda Ventura, Suzanne and Richard Krolczyk, Christy Cabeen, Tracy and Scott Ashmore, as well as her grandchildren Reagan, Grant and Paige Smith, Tyler Krolcyzk, Whitney Cabeen, Sydney, Scott and Kate Ashmore.The family will receive visitors at Holy Covenant United Methodist Church, 22111 Morton Ranch, Katy, Texas, on Monday, December 2nd, at 10:30 a.m. followed by a Memorial Service at 11:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary. Many thanks to her many wonderful caregivers over the last several months, as well as friends who visited, called, sent cards and wrote often.

Doris T. Culberson (’64)

Doris Culberson of Prosper, Texas passed away unexpectedly on October 27, 2019 in Venice, Italy at the age of 79. She was born on April 2, 1940 to Curtis Parks and Annie Nunn Teague in Liberty, North Carolina, where she grew up and graduated from Liberty High School in 1958. She married Frank Culberson on June 5, 1960. After they married, Doris and Frank moved to Houston, where they lived until 2013 when they moved to Prosper to be closer to family. Doris attended Greensboro College for 2 years prior to marrying Frank. She graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Houston in 1962. Doris worked as a 7th grade English teacher before raising her daughters. Doris was a godly woman who loved the Lord. She attended and was extremely active in First Presbyterian and Grace Presbyterian Churches for 50 years in the Houston area. After she moved to Prosper, she joined Cottonwood Creek Church. Doris was an avid reader, a wonderful cook and loved gardening, especially flowers. She enjoyed golf and achieved the enviable feat of making 4 holes-in-one. She traveled extensively and visited all 50 states and more than 30 foreign countries. She especially cherished spending time with her grandkids, grandpets and extended family. Doris loved life and always had laughter in her heart. She never met a stranger, was kind to others, humble and extremely generous. Doris is survived by her loving husband of 59 years, Frank Culberson of Prosper, Texas; daughters, Kim Fraley and husband, Larry also of Prosper, and Kristi Butler and husband, Terry of McKinney, Texas; grandchildren, Bryant Butler, Sheldon Fraley and Lauren Fraley; sisters, Nathalia Carr of Land O? Lakes, Florida and Brenda Ellington and husband, Tom of Elon, North Carolina plus a host of other loving family members and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents and her sister, Faye Brown. A celebration of life service will be held on Saturday, November 16, 2019 at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home Chapel, 2525 Central Expressway North, Allen, Texas 75013. Interment will follow at Ridgeview West Memorial Park in Frisco, Texas. The family will receive friends during a visitation on Friday evening from 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home in Allen.