Jordan “Trevor” Ayer, 37, born Nov. 21, 1978, died May 27.
Carol Louis Broussard, 91, born Aug. 8, 1924 in New Ibaria Parish, La., died May 18. He enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1942 and was honorably discharged in 1946 at the end of WWII and came back decorated with numerous metals. Broussard was employed as a machinist and retired at 52. He is survived by his children, Elaine Kluge, George Broussard, Dean Moore, and Carolann Broussard, sisters Lulabelle Toups and Olivia Comeaux, and many grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great-great-grandchildren.
Mary Brown, 68, born March 16, 1948, died May 22.
Jennifer Clanton, 58, born Nov. 25, 1957 in Channelview, died May 23, after a valiant four year battle with cancer. Clanton is survived by her father, Hubbard Gardner, husband Robert Edward Clanton, daughter Ashley Skrljac, siblings Susan Chapman and Dale Gardner, and two grandchildren.
Zenaida DeLaRosa, 92, born June 5, 1923 in Gonzales, Texas, died May 18. She is survived by son Leon DeLaRosa Jr., daughers Gloria Granados, Rosemary Cisneros, and Alice DeLaRosa, brother Domingo Bocanegra, sisters Vicky Garza, Geneva Luna, Lupe Rodriguez, Maria Reyes, Jesusa Montez, 19 grandchildren, 31 great-grandchildren, and 18 great-greatgrandchildren.
Pauline “Polly” Faye Floyd, 89, born Aug. 23, 1926 in Crandall, Texas, died May 24. Floyd attended North Texas Agricultural College (Now University of Texas at Arlington) where she earned a degree in Home Economics. She later earned a nursing degree and was employed at Memorial Hermann Northwest. She was a member of St. Stephen’s United Methodist Church. She is survived by her sons Timothy James Floyd, Jeff Pearson Floyd, daughter Paula Floyd, nine grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren.
Wynona Grant, 94, born Aug. 11, 1921 in Bishop, Texas, died June 1. She was raised in the Heights and Oak Forest resident. Grant was a longtime member of Baptist Temple. She was employed at Reagan State Bank and later at Waltrip High School. Survivors include her son, Gordon Grant, granddaughters Melanie Grant and Ashley Grant, and two great-grandchildren. Please call Heights Funeral Home for service information, 713-862-8844.
Angeline Marie Jalufka, 91, born Feb. 7, 1925, died May 18. She is survived by her loving children Kathy Jalufka, Judy Jalufka, John Jalufka and Julius Jalufka, Jr., siblings Frank Orsak and Clara Vondergoltz.
Charlotte Jane Lehman, born May 13, 2016, died May 13. She was born around 5:05 a.m. at 21 weeks gestation. Because of her young age, a lot of body parts were not ready to fully function outside the womb. Charlotte is survived by her parents, Herman “Gary” and Julie, sister Annabelle Jeanne, grandparents John and Susan Brasefield, Herman Gerhard Lehman III, Marlana and Lee Mertens, and Carol and Tim Munsterman. A service will be held at Houston’s First Baptist Church, 7401 Katy Frwy., at 11 a.m. Saturday May 28, in the Chapel. Memorial donations may be made to the adoption ministry “Legacy685” at Houston’s First Baptist Church.
Ramiro Alarcon Renteria, 92, born Nov. 10, 1923, died May 18. He is survived by his children, Fernando Renteria, Juan Manuel Renteria, Gabriela Gomez, Rosalia Herrera, Luis Renteria, siblings Carmen Renteria, Manuela Luna, Luis Renteria and David Renteria; 14 grandchildren, and 24 great-grandchildren.
Ivan Alfred Stauffer, 97, born April 2, 1919, died May 17.
Antonio Villarreal, 72, born Feb. 19, 1944 in Beeville, Texas, died May 23. Villarreal served his country in the U.S. Army. He is survived by his wife Lucila Villarreal, children Orlando Villarreal, Antonio Villarreal and Laura Villarreal, sisters Dolores Blanco and Porfiria Garza, and two grandchildren.
Virginia Marie Villarreal, 60, born July 5, 1955, died May 9.
Lena Ann Zawacki, 84, born Jan. 31, 1932 in Plantersville, died May 16. She moved to Houston in the 1940s and married Paul Zawacki Feb. 11, 1950, at All Saints Catholic Church. Zawacki was a member of Assumption Catholic Church. She is survived by her sons James Zawacki, Edward Zawacki, and daughters Beverly Zawacki and Terri Zawacki. Memorial contributions may be made to a no-kill animal shelter of one’s choice.