Lucille Anglin, 83, passed away Saturday, March 17.
Gerald A. Browning, 81, born July 29, 1938, died March 14, after a long illness. He received his Bachelor Degree from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville. He was employed by the Foley’s Retail Store in downtown Houston. Browning retired and become a broker at James D. Owens & Associates. He is survived by E. Araiza, a longtime friend and business partner, his daughters, Leslie Gibbs, Carol Young, and five grandchildren.
Bashem Coorg, 80, born Dec. 17, 1939, died March 12.
Thomas Gregg Gurrola, 53, born July 9, 1966, died March 11. He served eight years in the United States Army, he spent two years of his service stationed in Korea. Gurrola is survived by his mother Leonor Gurrola, brother Gerard Gurrola and sister Felicia Gurrola.
George O’Neal Jacobs, 77, born Aug. 30, 1942 in Columbia, SC, died March 11, after a brief battle with Stage 4 Cancer. He received his bachelor’s degree from Lamar University and his Doctor of Jurisprudence from South Texas College of Law Houston. He also received a Master of Theology from St. Mary’s Seminary in 1998. Jacobs’ career included clerking at the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, serving as Assistant District Attorney for Harris County, Assistant Attorney General for the State of Texas, and Assistant US Attorney. In 1983, he opened a private practice, and became a Board Certified Criminal Defense Lawyer. He is survived by wife Sharon, daughters Valerie Elizondo and Sheridan Scott, son Kelly Jacobs, and five grandchildren.
Mitchell Ronald Meza, 60, born June 22, 1959 in Phoenix, Ariz., died March 8. Mitch was a broadcast engineer in Houston for more than 25 years. He is survived by his wife Kathleen, son Niles and daughter Michelle.