Coach John Outlaw Baker III (coached 71 to 78)
Passed Dec 27, 2013
Coach John Outlaw Baker III - memorial service will be Thursday, January 2, 2014, at 1:00 PM at Good Shepherd UMC located at 20155 Cypresswood Drive, Cypress 77433. His interment will be in Taylor, Texas, Friday, January 3, at 1:00 PM. Please share.
Class of 1976
(Passed date unknown)
Frank was a loving friend and loving brother and son. He needed more out of life than he was able to attain. I wish I could have helped him understand that each of us must compare ourself to no other than ourself. We are charged with being the best that we can be. That's it...we don't have to be as good as or as smart as or as talented as anyone else. Our life is a personal thing about us as individuals. Frank...we weren't the best of friends, but nevertheless, we were friends and were connected by family. My heart was broken when your mother told me of your death. My heart aches because I know that I could have done more. Please forgive my lack of action and rest well in Heaven. You deserve a time to be ok with you and ok with God. I look forward to our meeting in Heaven.
Class of 1992
Passed May 02, 2012
Katherine Michele Prince , age 37, passed away May 2. She will be missed greatly. Katherine is survived by her loving animals, Cole, Tucker, and Kya; Parents, Sherrie and Wayne Prince; Brother, Eric Prince and wife Elizabeth; Nephews, Harrison and Grayden Prince, and numerous Aunts, Uncles, and Cousins. There are no plans for a formal memorial at this time and Katherine has chosen to have her ashes spread amidst the spectacular beauty of St. Mary's glacier in Colorado. It is requested that memorial donations be made to the charity of your choosing.
Class of 1992
Passed Jul 11, 2015
Ronnie “Little Ronnie” Pennick, Jr., 42, of Cleveland, passed away on Saturday, July 11, 2015. He was born in Augusta, GA and has lived in Cleveland since 1986. He was of Baptist faith. Ronnie was a graduate from Bradley High School and has held the school track record in the 400 meter race since 1992. He was employed as a mechanic for Interstate Concrete Company and enjoyed bull riding, motorcycles, and spending time with friends and family.
We invite you to send a message of condolence and view the Pennick family guestbook at www.ralphbuckner.com.