Shirley Theresa Reid
June 24, 1924 – January 6, 2019
Shirley Theresa Reid was born on June 24, 1924. She passed away on January 6, 2019.
Shirley was a life-long member of Park Place United Methodist Church in Houston where she served on various committees and volunteered for many years. Her hobbies included playing bridge, reading, singing, and attending Methodist Woman’s Association meetings. She also enjoyed spending quality time with her family and friends. She was preceded in death by her husband of 55 years, Robert Ferrell Reid; son, Robert Brian Reid; husband of 14 years, Dick Noon; sister, Louis Schaefer (Clarence); brother, Jim Armistice Castle. She is survived by daughter, Diane Spence (Larry); sister, Marion Ladell (Merton); grandsons, Phillip Ryan Spence (Christy), Brandon Castle Spence (Lisa) and Dr. Grant Reid Spence (Katie); great grandchildren, Carmen and Celia Spence, Jackson and Luke Spence, Wyatt and Silas Spence; and numerous nieces and nephews.
- Celebration of Life Friday, January 11, 2019
Shirley Theresa Reid
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January 11, 2019
You and your family are in our prayers. God Bless!
Barney Williams & Family
January 9, 2019
I have so many fond memories of Mrs. Reid (old fashioned southern respect kept me from calling her Shirley). I first met Brian at Southeast Memorial Hospital where he worked as an orderly. He and I began a very close friendship that lasted until his untimely death. Diane starting working in the Emergency Room and we also became close friends and shared an apartment for a while. During that time, we would go to the Reid's and raid their kitchen of produce from the farm...I remember one summer we were low on funds (which was quite often) and ate a LOT of watermelon. My sister still talks about how good the potatoes from the farm were. But through it all, Mrs. Reid was a constant...she was strong of spirit, a great business woman, kind, and caring. Going to the Reid's house was always a treat and was like going home (my parents lived in CO). Sunday dinners were very special to me. Mr. Reid was a great man too, but if you knew him, you knew he was the strong, silent type, but Mrs. Reid was the talker of the family! I will always remember them all so fondly.