Rondall "Brick" Stephen Brickhouse

July 22, 1958January 3, 2021

Guests are asked to dress in casual golf attire if possible.

Rondall “Brick” Stephen Brickhouse passed away unexpectedly on January 3, 2021 in Houston, Texas at age 62.

Steve is survived by his wife of 22 years, Cherrie and his sister Cindy Kelley and brother in law Mike Kelley. Steve was born in Slidell Louisiana July 22, 1958 to Ray and Eleanor Brickhouse. His family moved to the Conroe area early in his childhood. Steve graduated from Conroe High School in 1976 and earned his BA in Environmental Architecture from Texas A&M University. He was a member of the First Baptist Church in Conroe.

Steve was an avid golfer, a member of Inwood Country Club and Hearthstone Country Club and active in the Houston Golf Association for many years.

During his professional career, Steve held several positions with architectural firms in and around the Houston area. But his most rewarding and satisfying part of his professional life had been the last 22 years he worked for Camden Property Trust as a Senior Project Manager.

Steve was always quick to find the humor in something and was known on the golf course for his colorful golf attire. He may not have always had the smile on his face but sure knew how to bring one to yours. He will be missed greatly by so many loving friends and family.


  • Visitation

    Thursday, January 7, 2021

  • Memorial Service

    Friday, January 8, 2021

  • Webcasting

    Friday, January 8, 2021



Rondall "Brick" Stephen Brickhouse

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Kelly Crews Kolodzey

January 14, 2021

I knew Steve as a very bright, sweet kid. The few times I was around him as an adult he was a direct, no nonsense kind of guy, clearly very smart and it was always good to see him. My condolences to all of the family.

Tim Vaughn (VVV)

January 11, 2021

Triple V and Steve have been in a business relationship for over 20 years. He was always a person we could trust to keep his word. As long as you did the job you were supposed to do, he would make sure you were taken care of and fight for you if needed. He never beat around the bush. If he needed something or had a problem, you would know about it and quick. However, as much of a great business relationship that Triple V had with Steve, it was his personal friendship that we valued more. He may have had an upset look on his face most of the time, but he was always joking and laughing anytime we were around. He had a sense of humor that not everyone understood but was very funny once you got to know him. He would go out of his way to help us if we needed something and because of our friendship we would gladly help him out if he ever asked for help. Steve will be missed by many but his absence will be deeply felt by us at Triple V. We pray for healing and comfort for the family and friends that knew him best. May God bless you all!

Burt Darden

January 11, 2021

It was touching to hear so many stories about the exploits of Brick at his services. As a Houston Golf Association staff member for 34 years I crossed paths with a group of wonderful volunteer members. Steve Brickhouse was absolutely one of the best. Whether it was squiring around President George Herbert Walker Bush or going out on the course to politely tell a marshal waving his flag to please move out of the TV camera's line of sight, Brick did it all with the same zeal. No assignment was too big or too small. In other words Brick's service was not ego-driven. Deepest sympathy to his wife Cherrie and his family and many friends. All of us were lucky to have had Steve Brickhouse in our lives.

Frank McCammon

January 8, 2021

I’ve known “Brick” for a few years working at Camden. No matter what was going on, he knew how to get a smile out of you - seemed always to be at the right time. My condolences to the Family, our prayers are with you.

Mike Robinson

January 7, 2021

Brick was a great guy- a real decent and honest guy who was a pleasure to work with. I only knew him for a few years, but feels like I’ve known him forever.
RIP my friend.

Nick Bramlett

January 7, 2021

So sorry to hear of “Brick’s” passing and condolences to the family. Brick and I worked together for many years at the Shell Houston Open. I had the pleasure of serving with him as his assistant on the Gallery Marshal’s Committee and then as the Committee’s Chair when he was Vice Chair of Operations. We had many great and interesting moments each year at the SHO. I like to think that I learned a great deal from Brick and as HGA members we all enjoyed our times together durning tournament week. Rest In Peace my friend.

Lynne Masters

January 7, 2021

Cherrie and I became friends back in 1989 on the tennis court. We’ve been through many wonderful and also many trying times. I remember when she met Steve and was so excited to attend their engagement party held at Inwood. I was blessed to be included in their wedding festivities, which were celebrated on a golf course in San Antonio.
Steve and Cherrie were the epitome of how God created a husband and wife to love one another.
Cherrie, you are like a sister to me❣️
You know that I will always be here for you and cherish our friendship.
Love you, my dear Sister.
Lynne and Maddie 🥰🐶
Psalm 121

Carolyn Johnson

January 7, 2021

To the family, my thoughts and prayers are with you. Steve was "One of a Kind". I had the opportunity to work with him during the time when we owned Miramar. The community held a special place in all of our hearts and whether Steve admitted it or not, it did for him too. He will be greatly missed (especially that sense of humor).

Addie Ann Spicer

January 7, 2021

Always enjoyed playing golf with Steve & Cherrie. I was teamed up with Steve during a “Guys & Dolls” tourney where he attempted to assist in lining up a birdie putt. He stood in front of me & asked “So, what do you see?” I responded with “The back of your head”. (Colorful language omitted). Luckily, the golf ball found the cup.

Always in our hearts, fond memories & prayers.

Russell Lindsay

January 7, 2021

I’m really going to miss Steve. We had so much fun back as Townhouse neighbors in Inwood: Going to SRO to watch the Rockets championship runs; hanging-out watching endless hours of “Beavis & Butthead”; playing 200+ rounds of golf...same tee times every Satuday & Sunday morning. Those are fantastic memories that will never fade...lots of fun and tons of laughs. So glad we remained friends over the years after I moved to AZ. Our thoughts & prayers are with you Cherrie in this incredibly trying time.