OBITUARY

Alma Mae Underwood

January 20, 1920October 28, 2018
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Alma Mae Underwood, age 98, of Conroe, Texas went to be with our Lord and Savior on Sunday, October 28, 2018. Alma was preceded in death by her husband Auron Underwood. She was a devoted mother to her two children; Bettie Ingrando and Olen Underwood. Alma was a beloved grandmother to her eight grandchildren; Celenne Cook, Richard Ingrando, Daphnye Shaffer, Clayton Ingrando, Grant Underwood, Kelly Inman, Holly Reynolds, and Nancilea Foster, as well as 18 great-grandchildren. She will be interred next to her husband in the Holly Grove Cemetery on Saturday, November 3, 2018 at 1:00pm.

In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made in honor of Alma Underwood to

RCE International P.O. Box 4528 Wheaton, IL 60189 Acct No. 53936 https://rceinternational.webconnex.com/53936

and/or

Autumn Creek Baptist 6735 Barker Cypress Road Houston, Texas 77084 281-859-9060

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared with the Underwood family by signing the guest book.

Services

  • Graveside Service Saturday, November 3, 2018
REMEMBERING

Alma Mae Underwood

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Judie Bench

November 3, 2018

I will always remember my sweet Aunt Alma. I know that she is with the rest of the family now and oh what a homecoming they are having. Bettie and Olen I know you loved her and will miss her but we will see her again someday. My love to you two and your families.

Kimberly Ellen Munsinger

November 2, 2018

I remember Aunt Alma's Carmel pies. I remember when my Granny (LouNell) would come to Conroe Lunch with Aunt Alma was always on the agenda. I enjoyed spending time with them two. That Lunch they would get caught up on what all was going on in their families. They would tell me stories about there younger years. I remember Aunt Alma as being outspoken you may not always like what you heard from her but she was going to tell you. After my Granny (LouNell)died I found a bunch of pictures that no one knew who they were. Daddy (Buddy Steagall) said go see Aunt Alma so I went and seen Aunt Alma. We sat at her dining room table looking at old pictures. Aunt Alma took each picture I gave her and she told me who they were in relation to our family. There were many pictures that she looked at me and said "Now Ellen I have no idea who these people are your Granny kepted everything. No telling who these people are. Take them and just through them away because it is nobody we know or want to know put them in the trash." I laughed I knew if she didn't know who they were no one else I knew would either.

Buddy Steagall

November 2, 2018

I was happy when my mother told me we were going to see aunt Alma. Because I knew she wound have a caramel pie. This way a great treat for me because she was the only person I knew that made a caramel pie. It was the best pie that I had ever eaten. As she got in her golden years She stopped making pies . Only then did my mother try to make a caramel pie, it was ok but it was not as good as aunt Alama's. This fine lady has given me many great memory for this I thank her and enjoy the happiness her life brought to many members of her hole family.

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