Dorothy Watson

Dorothy Lee Watson went to be with her Lord and Loved Ones on July 28, 2021 at the age of 93. Dorothy was born in Needville,Texas on July 29, 1927 to Hugo and Lydia Hold Juengerman. She grew up on her family’s cotton farm in Needville. As a young adult she moved to Richmond and worked as a waitress at the Ideal Café where she met her loving husband Willard, her husband of 46 years. Later she was employed at Lamar Consolidated Independent School District Transportation Department where she retired in 1991.

She loved bowling with her team mates, a Campfire Girl leader, a member of the Eastern Star of Masonic Lodge #72 and a member of St. John’s United Methodist Church. She enjoyed fishing and watching sunsets at the Bay House in Sargent, Texas.

Dorothy is proceeded in death by her parents Lydia and Hugo Juengerman, her husband Willard W. Watson, brother Vernet Juengerman of Rosenberg, and sister Lorine Kreitz of Wallis.

Dorothy is survived by her twin daughters Marsha Hart, husband Jonathan Mehta and Sheila Kulcak, husband A.J. Kulcak. Five grandchildren Laura Hart Stewart, Steven Kulcak & Nicki Tate Kulcak, Alan Kulcak & Kristen Kemp Kulcak, John Hart & Jacky Constantin and Cody Kulcak. Four Great Grandchildren Brittany Stewart, Marshall Stewart, Tate Kulcak and Allie Kulcak.

A Family grave side service will be held at Davis Greenlawn in Rosenberg Texas.

In lieu of flowers donations can be made to St. John’s United Methodist Church.

Tributes and words of condolence may be left for the family at

Arrangements are under the direction of Davis-Greenlawn Funeral Home, 3900 B.F. Terry Blvd., Rosenberg, Texas 77471, Phone: 281-341-8800.

Charlene Sylvia Trochta (1931-2021)

Saturday morning, July 24, 2021, Charlene Sylvia Trochta (Stavinoha) peacefully left us to continue her journey to Everlasting Life. Surely, she arrived to “shouts of joy” from those who awaited her coming.

Charlene was born at home on December 31, 1931, in Needville, Texas. She was looking forward to celebrating her 90th birthday. She was grateful to have lived almost 69 years with her loving and devoted, husband, Joseph F. Trochta. They were married September 20, 1952 and traveled the world with Joe’s career as a pilot and officer in the United States Air Force. Charlene loved geography and places, cultures and people so she adapted well to this life and made friends wherever they went. She took great pride in having traveled to all seven continents.

Charlene graduated from Lamar High School in Richmond, TX. She continued with a career in Education with a BA from U of Texas, where she met and married Joe. Later Charlene achieved a Master’s Degree in Special Education from the University of Hawaii. Most important, however, was Charlene’s Montessori Training through Association Montessori Internationale {AMI} which enriched her life forever. This was the world where Charlene blossomed, thrived, mentored, and graced the lives of so many young children, teachers, and parents. Charlene was a directress in Montessori schools in NYC, Japan, and Hawaii. She co-founded a school in Edwardsville, Illinois with her good friend Mary Beth McGivern. After Joe and Charlene retired in Austin, Texas, she founded the Casa Montessori Child Development Center in 1982. Charlene loved her years as “Director/Teacher” at Casa. She was ever grateful to Martha Winters for her long-time friendship and valued assistance at Casa which continues to provide a rich learning environment for children.

Charlene was not only a founding member of North American Montessori Teachers’ Association, she

was also a member of the Association Montessori Internationale Advisory Board based in Amsterdam. “She embodied an optimism for life through creating a better world for children and an enjoyable family life for parents.” Lynne Lawrence, Ex. Director AMI.

Charlene loved family. Those who will dearly miss her are the “love of her life” Joe, her sister, Patty Thompson (John with Andrew, Mark, Brett and Wynne — in Canada) and her brother-in law, Robert Trochta (Christina Tornelli (Carlos) and children, Isabella, Alessandra; Joseph Lancaster, (Dori) and Alana; Mary Kathleen Schliemann (Kurt) and Theodore and Josephine). Charlene is also survived by many loving relatives and countless lifelong friends. Charlene was predeceased by her parents, Sophia (Kneitz) and Charles Stavinoha and Joe’s parents, Pauline (Erdelt) and Joe Trochta.

Joe is grateful for all the help and care Charlene and he received from Texas Home Health Care, Mary Mann ANP-BC and devoted helper, Claudia.

Services have been entrusted to Weed Corley Fish Funeral Homes of Austin, TX. Prayers will be held at the funeral home on August 4th at 6 p.m., followed by visitation. Funeral services will be at St. Theresa’s Catholic Church in Austin on August 5th at 10 a.m., presided by Msgr. Bill Brooks. Interment will be at Green Lawn Cemetery in Rosenberg, TX at 3 p.m. the same day.

Charlene’s Funeral Mass will be live streamed. Link is (no passcode). The video will also be archived and available for later viewing.

In lieu of flowers, please contribute to your favorite charity or Casa Montessori, 404 #B Atlanta Street, Austin, TX 78703.

Arrangements by Weed-Corley-Fish Funeral Home, Austin, Texas – (512) 452-8811. Remembrances may be shared at

Blasa M. Gonzales was born February 3, 1940.

She gained her wings on July 31, 2021 at 81.

Blasa is preceded in death by her parents Juan and Jobita Montalbo, her biological parents Jose Villaloboz and Elodia Delgado, her brother Bartolo “Chepo” Villaloboz and her sister Paulina Farias. She is survived by her husband Fidencio M. Gonzalez of 65 years, her children Mary Moreno and husband Bobby, Hilda Wilson and husband Joe, Susanna Rodriguez, Daniel Gonzales and wife Carol, Yolanda Velez and husband Louis, Virginia Ortiz and husband Marcus, and Irene Compean and husband Loly, her grandchildren Jeremy, Loreal, Ray, Jacob, Kim, Christina, Veronica, Daniel, Kelly, Jennifer, Michael, Marcus, Matthew, Victoria, Vanessa, Valerie, Dylan and 23 great grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren.

She is also survived by her siblings Cruz Rodriguez, Josie Fernandez, Jessie Villaloboz, and Joe “Coche” Montablo.

Blasa enjoyed singing, traveling, dancing, fishing, and cooking. She was well known in the Fort Bend County community for her delicious tamales. She was a very hospitable, loving, caring and generous woman. Blasa loved to give to others and welcomed anyone into her home. Above all, she remained strong in her faith which she practiced as a parishioner of St. John Fisher Catholic Church for 60+ years. Blasa will be remembered forever in the hearts of everyone she loved.

Funeral Mass will be held Friday, August 6, 2021 at 10:00 A.M. at St. John Fisher Catholic Church in Richmond. Burial will follow in Greenlawn Memorial Park. Visitation will be Thursday evening, August 5, 2021 from 4-8 P.M. at St. Johns Fisher Catholic Church with a Rosary at 7:00 P.M.

Pallbearers: Dylan Compean, Michael Velez, Matthew Ortiz, Marcus Ortiz, Ray Wilson, Jacob Wilson, Daniel Lee Gonzales and Vincent “Jr.”Valdez.

Honorary Pallbearer: Jeremy Ryan Moreno

Tributes and words of condolence may be left for the family at

Arrangements are under the direction of Davis-Greenlawn Funeral Home, 3900 B.F. Terry Blvd., Rosenberg, Texas 77471, Phone: 281-341-8800.

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