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This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Brenda Romero, 80 years old, born on August 5, 1941, and passed away on November 5, 2021. We will remember her forever.

Brenda is survived by her four children and grandchildren, including her son and his daughters, Luke Romero, Jr., Aryn Romero, Madison Romero Silva, and Cameron "Lexi' Romero all of Houston, Texas; her daughter, Desiree Romero of Spring, Texas; her daughter Rhonda Romero Harrington, and her children, Jason Doyle, Betsy Doyle von Dohlen, and Leah Harrington Bruno of Vinton, Louisiana; her daughter Renee Romero, and her children Chris Young and Nicholas Young of Vinton, Louisiana; and numerous great-grandchildren.

Brenda is preceded in death by her husband, Luke Romero, Sr.

Brenda was born on August 5, 1941 in Houston, Texas, to parents James Reich and Beatrice Candies Reich.  She graduated from Stephen F Austin High School in Houston, Texas, and later started and operated many successful businesses in The Woodlands, Texas.

Brenda was a loving wife, mother and grandmother.

Memorial Mass to be be held at Brenda's home parish of Sts. Simon and Jude, The Woodlands, Texas on December 2, 2021 at 10:00 am.  Reception and gravesite services following.

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December 6, 2021
Over 54 years ago Brenda and I became friends.  We had many common interests, our home, our family, politics and a love of nature and the amazing beauty that God continues to give us each year in the form of flowers and the beauty of America.  She and I would drag her small children, Des and Bubba, along with my baby, Ron, to every garden nursery in the area to buy plants for our yards.  We collected glass bottles to sell to buy plants!  Yes, we did like flowers!!!  Brenda was filled with joy when she became a Grandmother!  You would think she had the only Grandchildren on earth!   Brenda cared for her Mother-in-Law in her and Lukes's home for a number of years.  She helped Luke care for his ailing Aunt & Uncle in Houston as they aged.  Brenda helped care for her very loving Grandma Reich when she could get her away from her Bingo game day and her beauty appointments.  Grandma was a hoot and Brenda thought she walked on water!  Brenda was challenged in many ways dealing with family drama and trauma.  She overcame dealing with drug/alcohol addiction of family member, divorces, critical surgical events and always managing to smile!  Brenda was a very determined woman when she wanted to bring about change, care for a loved one and always make sure anyone who walked through her door was fed!  She is missed by everyone who knew her.  The smile on her face always made everyone feel they were special!  If Brenda met you, talked with you more than an hour . . . you were best friends for life!
The memory of her smile, love and humor is what each person will forever remember about Brenda.
I am blessed to have had her for my friend so many years.

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