Joanne Herren

joanne herren
HUGHES SPRINGSMemorial services for Joanne Herren, 75, of Avinger will be 2:00 p.m., Sunday, June 17, 2007 at Liberty Baptist Church, Avinger with Rev. Bob McCarty and Rev. Pete Leslie officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Reeder-Davis Funeral Home, Inc. Mrs. Herren died Thursday, June 14, 2007 at her residence. She was born, June 29, 1931 in Dallas. Texas. She owned Herren Tax Service in Avinger, TX for 37 years. She is survived by her husband, David Herren, Sr. of Avinger; son and daughter-in-law, David Jr. and Phaedra Herren of Muskogee, OK; two daughters and sons-in-law, Valerie and Eugene Bellew of Avinger and Jennifer and John Watts of Avinger; one sister, Jerry Johns of Corpus Christi, TX seven grandchildren; Cade, Ariana, Hunter, Grace, Ricky, Damian, and Cora; one great grandchild, Brittany; and several nieces and nephews.

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  1. I want to let you know that I will miss Mrs. Herren. Those of us who went to her for tax services will miss her advice and excellent work.May God bless you all and be near to you at this time. Our thoughts and prayers are for you.Glenn and Jean DunawayOre City, Texas

  2. To the Herren Family, the Irby family and to all Joanne's friends: I am truely sorry for your loss and know that Joanne will truely be missed by the family and friends that will always remember her as a loving, kind and wonderful mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and kind-hearted friend. A Moment Between Us.Once again we share a moment between us,It is a moment that only we could share,A blissful comfort; knowing you are still there,It's a silent whisper in my ear,Sustenance for emotional smiles and tears.Your love for me is an endurance of time,A fire rekindled tormented and sublime,Never a moment wasted, this is our moment refined.I am truly the reflection of you,Sustained by spirit, this I know will forever be true,Consistent echoes; Memories whisper through,A special moment in time, shared between you and me.As I wander down this path of life,Temporarily residing its tortuous course,I sometimes wonder if you see yourself in me;Knowing now what it means to be free.I see your laughter; I see your pain,I know someday, I will see your beauty again.Until that time comes, I will maintain this moment's sorrow,Only to share each other's time tomorrow. Chadwick Buchanan

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