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Patricia Ann Herrin

March 4, 1940November 14, 2020
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Patricia Ann Kloesel Herrin born March 4, 1940 in Houston, Texas to Franz and Agnes Kloesel of Baytown, Texas and passed away on Saturday, November 14, 2020 in Bryan, Texas. She and her husband, William Charles Herrin were married on June 9, 1959. They were avid bowlers and square dancers, they enjoyed traveling and being together with family. She is survived by her husband, Charles of Hilltop Lakes; daughters, Roxann Nolte and husband, Rodney of Katy, Tx and Rosann Behrens of Houston, Tx; grandson, Steven Sebring; great-granddaughters, Ilana and Anita Naddak; granddaughter-in-law, Irina Naddak; and sisters, Cynthia Hayes and husband, Peter; Florence Schwalm and husband, Robert; and Karen Stephens and husband, Mark along with numerous nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents; her granddaughter, Alyssa Herrin and grandson, Adam Naddak and son-in-law, Richard Behrens. Funeral services will be held 10:00am, Friday, November 20, 2020 at Earthman Resthaven Funeral Home with burial following. Visitation will be Thursday evening, November 19, 2020 from 5:00pm until 7:00pm. Serving as pallbearers will be Keith Stephens, Glen Stephens, Mark Stephens, Rodney Nolte, Brian Martin, Denny Behrens with Gary Anderson, Brian Mullin, Chuck Behrens, Leroy Behrens and Peter Hayes as honorary pallbearers.

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Patricia Kizer

November 18, 2020

My husband, Bob and I enjoyed many years of friendship with Pat and Charles and their family. Our bowling, trips to Disneyland, Sommerville, Inks Lake, New Braunfels and Wurstfest, Galveston, and Hilltop Lakes are the most memorable.
Pat was my best friend and we often joked about her being our personal travel agent because of the wonderful trips she planned for us. She was my swimming buddy and we always enjoyed the outdoors and camping.
I will greatly miss her and love her always.

Melodie Mitchell Layton

November 18, 2020

I feel like a I lost a big sister. I met Pat and Charles thru Pat’s baby sister, Karen.
Karen and I went to Gander games with Pat and Charles. We also went to Inks Lake.
Being a friend of this family brought me lots of joy. I will always treasure these memories.
Thanks for putting up with what Mr Kloesel called goofball.

Kenny Holmes

November 16, 2020

It has been a long time since I have seen "Aunt Pat" and "Uncle Charles" and I was commenting to Mom just recently that I would like to see them again. Unfortunately procrastination got in the way of me seeing Aunt Pat again. The most vivid memories I have are when Mom and Dad were "Running Buddies" with Aunt Pat and Uncle Charles, always going places with each other. They would come back from their adventures and share their stories......at least the ones they would share with us kids. Also going to watch the Ganders play every Friday. Dad and Aunt Pat were always taking jabs at each other giving each other a hard time. We're gonna miss you Aunt Pat, but now you and Dad can pick where you left off.
Kenny

Debbie Hanson

November 16, 2020

Dearest Charles, Roxann, Heart, and all the family,
My prayers and hugs to you all on the passing of Pat. She fought a long hard fight for so many years with her health. May God hold you all and give you His peace.
Love,
Debbie, Mary & Josh Hanson

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