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Rev. Lawrence Duhart Sr., the third child born of the late Walter Duhart and Julia Satterwhite, born in Corpus Christi, Texas on August 6, 1952.
Lawrence was a proud graduate of Moody High School, Class of 1970. Following graduation, he attended Del Mar College and St. Phillip’s College to further his education.
Lawrence was united in Holy Matrimony to Brenda L. Foster and were blessed to be together for thirty-four (34) years. Lawrence worked at several companies before retiring from the United States Postal Service in 1990. Lawrence was ordained as a Minister in 1986 at St. Paul United Methodist Church of Corpus Christi, Texas under Rev. E. J. Tanner. He served as a Pastor in Alice, Texas and Beeville, Texas. He served as an Associate Minister and founder of Emanuel Church Ministry. He united with the Bridge of Life Church in 2019 under the leadership of Pastor J.R. Miller.
Lawrence served in the United States Army and was Honorably discharged in 1974. While serving as a Radio Message Operator with Company Co B 16th Signal Battalion, he received the Expert Rifle, National Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal and Korean Service Medal.
Sons: Glenn (Tina) Millett - Fayetteville, NC, Michael Wiley - Corpus Christi, TX, Jonathan (Jessica) Duhart - Cibolo, TX, Lawrence Duhart II - Corpus Christi, TX
Daughters: Porchia (Cletus) Colleymore - Corpus Christi, TX, Orinthia Coleman - Houston, TX, Stacy Wilson - Killeen, TX
Survived by fifteen grandchildren
Brother: Rev. Herbert (Sondra) - Duhart,- Corpus Christi, TX
CORPUS CHRISTI - Robert C. Flores, 69, passed away on May 21, 2020. He was born March 6, 1951 to Servando and Maria Flores.
Robert’s first priority in life was his beloved family. He enjoyed barbecuing while listening to his favorite music and having his nephews and nieces around. He was wonderful, caring and helpful to all who were fortunate to meet him. Robert, who was a proud band student, graduated from Moody High School and attended Texas A&I University. He worked in the jewelry business, having managed within the Zales Corporation; he worked with his brother at Allstate Insurance for 9 years, among several other companies, successfully for many years. Robert’s final joys were with Reed’s Jewelers, where he enjoyed his work family.
He is preceded in death by his parents Servando and Maria C. Flores and brother Hector C. Flores.
Robert is survived by this brothers: Servando, Jr. (Karen), Richard (Maria); sisters: Mickey (Charles), Anna Maria Flores, Christine Flores-Morin. Beloved nephews/nieces: Rick (Suelema), Mark (Valerie), Stephen Trevion; Robert, Edward, Amanda, Andrea Flores; Christopher, Jennifer Morin, Matthew Gutierrez; Kathy Flores; Julia Dunn. Beloved great nieces/nephews Gabby, Joseph, Kayla, Natalie, Micaela, Jerika, Conner, Trevor and Anna Maria.
Visitation will begin at 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, May 27, 2020, at Guardian Funeral Home with a Holy Rosary to be recited at 7:00 p.m. Procession will depart from Guardian Funeral Home, Thursday morning at 9:30 a.m. to SS Cyril and Methodius Catholic Church for a funeral mass at 10:00 a.m. Burial will follow at Rose Hill Cemetery.
I first met Jesse in first grade on the playground during recess. I believe he was in Ms Tibiletti's class. He had light brown hair with blonde highlights. His character never changed... always smiling and was so friendly with everyone.
He was always willing to help his friends and was very dedicated to the American Legion. He was genuine.
We will miss him so much.
Sylvia Ann Rosplock, 68, of San Antonio, TX received her Sacrament Anointing of the Sick and peacefully passed away surrounded by her loving family on January 12, 2021. She was born in Corpus Christi, TX on November 28, 1952. She graduated from Foy H. Moody HS in 1970 and studied Marketing at University of Incarnate Word and Del Mar College.
Sylvia was retired by Southwestern Bell Telephone Company (1978-2003). She was also a proud union member with CWA. She was a club member with 40 Plus Models (Houston, TX), Moody HS 1970 Can Can Girls (Dance Team), Boy’s and Girl’s Club of Corpus Christi, Texas. She was so talented as a model, artist, actress and athlete. Sylvia loved traveling, painting, shopping, fishing, dancing, coaching sports, health and fitness.
Our mom was devoted to her children and grandchildren. She attended all our sporting events, music recitals, speech and debate performances, award ceremonies, graduations, dances, volunteered for school and sports events, birthdays and holidays. She was extremely proud of her family and appreciated her high school friends.
Sylvia is proceeded in death by Robert Rosplock(Husband), Rosendo & Eudelia Martinez(Parents), Diana Martinez(Sister), Richard “JR” & Robert “Bobby” Martinez(Brothers), Coral L. Fitzgerald(Granddaughter).
She is survived by her children from James N. Gonzalez, Myra Gonzalez-Billie(Antione), Candace Gonzalez-Fitzgerald(James Colin), James Christopher Gonzalez, Stepson Ryan Rosplock(Heather), grandchildren Briana Renee Billie, Cailean Noel Fitzgerald, James Crevan Fitzgerald, Tyler Rosplock, Hunter Rosplock and Zander Rosplock.
Pallbearers are James Gonzalez, Antione Billie, James Fitzgerald, Ryan Rosplock, Tyler Rosplock, Hunter Rosplock. Honorary pallbearers James Crevan Fitzgerald and Zander Rosplock.
Donations for family may be mailed to Myra Billie, 14219 Man O War, San Antonio, Texas 78248 or James & Candace Gonzalez, 11023 Geneva Ford, San Antonio, Tx. 78254
Family will be receiving friends at Memory Gardens Funeral Home on Saturday, February 6, 2021 at 12:00 pm and a Holy Rosary at 1:30 pm with a Funeral Service at 2:00 pm. Interment will follow at Memory Gardens Cemetery.
Rest in Peace sweet lady. I will always remember your smile and strut and fun to be around personality! Gone too soon.
From Myra Billie on January 24th, 2021
Mom I know your in heaven with your entire family singing and dancing. You earned your heavenly wings on January 12, 2021. I love you and miss you tremendously. Rest in Peace. Love, Your daughter Myra Ann Gonzalez-Billie & Antione Billie (husband) and Briana Renee Billie (granddaughter)