Forest Park Westheimer Funeral Home and Cemetery

12800 Westheimer Road, Houston, TX


Wendy Beaird Harrison

6 octubre , 195211 enero , 2020
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Wendy Jean Beaird Harrison, 67, of Houston, Texas, passed away January 11,2020.

She was born in Anderson, Indiana on October 6, 1952 to Franklin Herold Beaird and Gladys Mae Forster Beaird.

She was married to the love of her life, Dan Jay Harrison for 46 years.

Wendy worked most of her career with Hewlett Packard Enterprises, beginning with Compaq over 30 years ago.

Wendy loved her family, watching her grandsons play football, football in general, was a big fan of her Houston Texan’s football team, she also thoroughly enjoyed tracing back her genealogy.

She was preceded in death by her Parents: Franklin Herold Beaird and Gladys Mae Foster; her Brother: Clarence William Beaird.

She is survived by her Husband: Dan Jay Harrison; her Daughter: Vicki Marie Harrison Pippin and her Son-in -law: Anthony Pippin, Daughter: Bethany Christine Harrison Jacob and her Son-in-law: Jack Christopher Jacob. Her Grand Children: Tyler Anthony Pippin, Justin Kenneth- Gene Pippin, Dylan Rose Jacob and Bella Lane Jacob.


  • Funeral Service sábado, 25 enero , 2020
  • Committal Service sábado, 25 enero , 2020
  • Reception sábado, 25 enero , 2020


Wendy Beaird Harrison

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Martha Goodwine

enero 24, 2020

Wendy and I worked for many years together at Compaq and HP. We always managed to get a good personal talk in, and a good laugh, even when we were working a business problem together. I will miss that laugh so much... My heartfelt condolences to her family, knowing the pain because I recently lost my Mom...

Mario Highmoor

enero 23, 2020

I remember my first meeting with Wendy was over the phone. She had the incredible ability to diffuse the most intense moment with her calm and composed demeanour. Wendy will always be remembered as a wonderful friend and an amazing co-worker. Most of our interactions were over the phone being in different continents and having never met in person. But she always made it a point to start any conversation about family and what she did on the weekends.

She adored her daughters and grand children more than anything in the world. I remember how fondly she shared picture from one of her daughters wedding with so much excitement.

I can only remember her always burning both end of the candle. She was online all the time. Always there willing to lend a helping hand with a smile.

She will be missed and wherever she is... she is bringing a smile to them.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family during this difficult time ... always know Wendy made a difference and left a lasting impression.

Dennis Heberling

enero 21, 2020

Wendy was my neighbor for over 35 years. She was such a great friend and will be truly missed by my family. Wendy and Dan have always been there for my family and for that I am truly indebted. I will always remember how she would always ask how our children and grand children were doing. She was such a great friend to Julie. They spent many enjoyable hours together. I think what I will remember the most about Wendy is how excited she would get when she talked about her family. She was so proud of Dan, Vicky, Beth and all of her grandchildren. My prayers go out to the whole family. Wendy you are in a special place in Heaven that is only fitting of an angel like you. Till we meet again. God bless you

Geny Cardoso

enero 15, 2020

The way that I will always remember you is with a big smile on your face because even on your most terrible days you were always smiling!! For me, it is a kind of life lesson!! I am so happiness to have had the opportunity to meet you dear friend! R.I.P. I will miss you! To her loved ones, you are so luck to have had her as your mother, grandmother, friend, daugther and part of you family. God gives you confort and strengh on this hard time.

Pamela Smith

enero 14, 2020

I was privileged to call Wendy my friend. We started as co-workers at Compaq, then HP and during those years I always saw the dedication to her work "family". I have wonderful memories of the trip to Malaysia and to Palo Alto with Wendy where we laughed so hard we could barely breath. Wendy always saw the humor in life, that's why she was so wonderful to be around and so loved by all that knew her. She loved her family, she was so proud of Dan and the girls and their families and the grandkids. Dan and family, we share your loss and hope that our love for Wendy and the happiness she brought to our lives brings a bit of comfort as you grieve her passing. Rest in peace my dear friend...

Julie Heberling

enero 14, 2020

Wendy and I became friends and next door neighbors over 35 years ago.
Dennis and I raised our 3 children with Vicki and Beth.
Over the years Wendy and I became more like sisters.
I cannot put in words how much I will continue to pray for Dan and his daughters and all of the famiy.
I will always treasure the fond memories I have.
Julie Heberling

Wanda Swesringen Icenogle

enero 14, 2020

Wendy was a classmate (RHS Class of 70), a prayer warrior and a friend. I will miss her ready, sweet smile and inspiration. She fought the fight and won the battle. My prayers are with Dan and her precious family. May she Rest In Peace. Until we meet again my friend.

Ravi Bechan

enero 14, 2020

Dan I offer you my thoughts,and prayers,may my condolences bring you comfort and ease the pain of this loss.Wendy has been a great part of my life,and I will miss her very much.Love Ravi.