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Cynthia Bailey, wife of Clyde, dies

Cynthia D. Bailey, 59 of New Caney, Texas passed away April 3, 2013 9:30 am.

Cynthia was born on October 14, 1953 in Houston Texas to Lady Sandra Perault and Billy Joe Peters. She graduated with honors from MacArthur High School in Aldine in 1973. She was active in her class, and she participated in student council and other class activities. She went to Sam Houston State for one year.

She and her husband Clyde Bailey were married on August 21, 1974 and they enjoyed 39 years of marriage. They lived in Aldine for 5 years, and they moved to Kingwood for the next 24 years.

In 2003, Cynthia, Clyde, and her son Adam moved to New Caney and lived happily until her death. Cynthia loved her son, nieces, nephews, friends, and loved ones with all her heart. Loving and giving in all of her communities her whole life. “Aunt Cindy” was a shining example of a loving individual.

Cindy is survived by husband, Clyde; son, Adam; brother, Mike Harris; sister-in-law, Debra Harris; brother, Kelton King; sister-in-law, Betty Brown; brother-in-law, Leon Brown; sister-in law, Diane Bailey; brother-in-law, Weldon Bailey; brother-in-law, Johnny White; sister-in law, Barbara White; numerous nieces and nephews, grand-nieces, grand- nephews, and friends.

A Memorial Service was held at 3PM on Sunday, April 7th at Brookside.

I will miss you my love, Clyde


Mattie ‘Mozell’ McCann of the Aldine Area
went to be with the Lord on 1-11-07 funeral will be at Brookside, Monday JAN. 15 at 10;00 AM.

Survived by Husband J. C. McCann
Childeren are Brenda, Mary,Sondra, John, Steve, Judy, Rebecca, Sheila,
Grandchilderen are Misty, Ricky, Robert, Crystal, Kathrine, Amanda,Sactricia, Dale III, Jody, Timothy, Christine, Jerry Wayne, Dorean, Stephanie, Amy, Shal’la,Tina, Christopher, Tereasa, Eathan, and many more.
Numerous Great Grand Children.

Outdoor World Loses Bob Stephenson, Jr.

Prominent outdoor journalist Bob Stephenson, Jr., 59, lost his long battle with cancer on May 24, 2002. Bob was the long-time radio host of “The Bob Stephenson Outdoor Show.” Along with his father, Bob, Sr., the Stephensons have produced the early morning radio show for over 30 years. It is the longest continuously running radio show in America. For the last 18 years, the show has been aired on KILT (610 AM). The station plans to continue airing the popular show.

Bob, Jr., a native Houstonian, was a dedicated conservationist and had a life-long passion for the outdoors, hunting, and fishing. One of his life’s pleasures was any chance to introduce youngsters to the excitement of the outdoors.

Over the years, Bob, Jr. received many awards for his broadcast excellence. The latest honor was the L.A. Wilke Award presented to him by the Texas Outdoor Writer’s Association at their annual convention earlier this year in Amarillo.

The Wilke Award represents the highest recognition given by TOWA for contributions to outdoor journalism. His father, Bob Stephenson, Sr., has also received the award, making them the only father & son recipients.

Campfires around Texas will glow a little brighter because of Bob Stephenson, Jr.’s numerous contributions to the outdoor world.