Wednesday, August 30, 2017

List of victims, people who died in hurricane Harvey, flooding, storm in Texas, obituary - by Mary Cummins

Victims of hurricane Harvey 2017 in Texas. Travis Callihan, Ola Mae Crooks, Lisa Jones, Ruben Clifford Jordan, Sft Steve Albert Perez, Donald Ray Rogers, Rochelle Rogers, Belia Saldivar, Daisy Saldivar, Devy Saldivar, Dominic Saldivar, Manuel Saldivar, Xavier Saldivar, Agnes Stanley, Colette Leigh Sulcer, Alexander Kwoksum Sung - by reporter Mary Cummins

CHECK BACK AS THE LIST WILL BE UPDATING AS THE NAMES ARE RELEASED. Around the cities of Port Arthur and Beaumont, authorities say they will not release details of storm-related deaths until all bodies are recovered. There are at least 70 dead. As waters recede they are going door to door. Many more names will be added daily. These are confirmed dead. There are a few unknown and still many missing. FTR we are taking confirmed deaths from multiple coroner offices across the entire state of Texas and now Louisiana. We only get name, date of death, possible age and location. We use this information to make them an obituary best we can based on ancestry research and public documents. Most of the people who died alone had no living family.

Names of the victims which have been released to date after notification of family in alphabetical order: Travis Callihan, 45, Ola Mae Crooks, 81, Joshua Feuerstein, 33, Lisa Jones, 60, Ruben Clifford Jordan, 58, Jorge Perez, 33, Sgt Steve Albert Perez, 61, Donald Ray Rogers, 65, Rochelle Rogers, 59, Belia Saldivar, Daisy Saldivar, 6, Devy Saldivar, 16, Dominic Saldivar, 14, Manuel Saldivar, Xavier Saldivar, 8, Agnes Stanley, 89, Colette Leigh Sulcer, 41, Alexander Kwoksum Sung, 64, Keisha Wiliams, 32, Yahir Rubio Vizuet, 25, Ronald Zaring, 82.

Interesting update. The Vizuet and Saldivar family members were found by family who went on a private search. The brother-in-law of Vizuet and son of Saldivar found their relative's bodies in the bayous.

Acevedo, Victor Manuel
b. Apr. 24, 1950 d. Aug. 28, 2017

Adams, Arthur Curtis
b. Oct. 12,1977 d. Aug. 25, 2017

Arthur Adams had stayed behind in Rockport to board up homes in the area and was hoping to leave before the storm made landfall, which it later did as a Category 4 hurricane with wind speeds of about 130 mph. When Christi and the couple's son left the day before to take shelter with family, Arthur let them know he was hoping to borrow a truck to evacuate on Friday. That did not happen. "He said, 'I'm going to be fine,' " Christi Adams said. "We just can't believe he's gone," she said. "It's just a terrible tragedy."

Christi Adams said she and Arthur had been together for nearly 18 years. The couple were married by common-law, and Christi went by Arthur's last name, though her legal last name is "Rhodes." They planned to have a commitment ceremony on their 20th anniversary, she added. He leaves behind his wife and five children.

After a mandatory evacuation was issued on Aug. 24 for Rockport and the surrounding area, Arthur told Christi and their son to head to San Antonio to stay with another son, Josh, and his family. After learning that Arthur was unable to find transportation out of Rockport, Christi Adams said the family offered to turn around to go get him. Arthur refused, citing the heavy traffic north from the coastal areas, she said. Arthur was the first victim of hurricane Harvey. His parents were Curtis Henry Adams and Cathy Jean Stinson.

Angel, Efrain
b. 1991 d. Aug. 29, 2017

Anonymous, Baby
b. Jun., 2017 d. Aug. 28, 2017

Avila, Mary Elizabeth
b. Jul. 7, 1937 d. Aug. 30, 2017

Barnes, Ginger Finney
b. Oct. 16, 1973 d.Aug. 31, 2017

Ginger and her husband Russell both died when a tree fell on their truck. They lived in Alvin, Texas.

Ginger Finney Barnes, 43, of Alvin, Texas died Wednesday, August 31, 2017. A Celebration of Life Service will be held Monday, September 4, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. at Beech Grove Baptist Church with interment to follow at Ebenezer Cemetery in Tyler County. The family will greet friends on Sunday, September 3rd at Shultz Funeral Home from 5:00 until 7:00 p.m. in Jasper.
Ginger was born on October 16, 1973 to Patrick Finney and Betty Johnson in Honolulu, Hawaii. A long-time resident of Jasper and a member of the Jasper High School Graduating Class of 1992, she was a resident of LaPorte, League City and Alvin, and worked as an insurance agent for State Farm Wayne Faircloth’s Office. She is survived by her father Patrick Finney of Sargent, Texas; parents Larry & Betty Williams of Jasper; son Chase Menocal of League City, Texas; daughter Kaylee Snider of Alvin, Texas; and a sister Jessica Williams of Jasper. She is preceded in death by her daughter Haylee Snider and she died with her husband Russell Barnes. A sweet soul, a loving daughter and a caring mother, she will be remembered for her sweet spirit and contagious smile and will be missed by all who were blessed to know her.

Barnes, Russell Lan
b. Jun. 2, 1966 d. Aug. 29, 2017

Tree fell on his truck. He and his wife Ginger were killed. They lived in Alvin. His father was Olen Leon Barnes.

Bhatia, Nikhil
b. 1993 d. Aug. 30, 2017

A 24-year-old Indian student who died after he was rescued from a swollen lake in the hurricane-hit US state of Texas, has been cremated in Houston. Nikhil Bhatia, a PhD student at the Texas A&M University, was rescued from the Lake Bryan, where he along with another Indian woman student Shalini Singh had gone swimming, last Saturday. According to their friends and some witnesses, the two were swimming in the lake when a sudden current of water pushed them deeper. Bhatia, from Jaipur, along with Singh, 25, from New Delhi, was admitted to a hospital in a critical condition. Bhatia died on Wednesday while Singh continues to be in a critical condition, according to officials at the Indian Consulate in Houston. Singh was pursuing Masters degree in public health from the same university. The funeral of Bhatia took place on Friday in the presence of his mother and close friends. According to the consulate office, Bhatia's mother Suman Bhatia will returning to India on 4 September and will carry his ashes with her. Bhatia, originally from Jaipur, had completed his schooling from Jaipur and did his engineering in Vellore. He recently graduated from Texas A&M University in water management and hydrological science and had enrolled in a Phd programme for the fall session. Bhatia was the only child of Suman, a lecturer in a government college, and Pradeep Bhatia, a defence staffer. Around 13 million people were battling "catastrophic" flooding and torrential rains in the storm-ravaged Texas where Hurricane Harvey has wreaked havoc, claiming at least 47 lives.

Brown, Clevelon
b. 1953 d. Sep. 3,2017

Callihan, Travis Lynn
b. August 11, 1972 Dallas, Texas d. Aug. 28, 2017

A 45-year-old man, Travis Lynn Callihan, left his vehicle and fell into floodwaters in Houston. He was taken to a hospital, where he died Monday.Mr. Callihan lived alone, his brother said. He kept to himself and quit working after he broke his back a few years ago in a boating accident. Before his injury, he was a different man. He spent his weekends hunting, fishing and scuba diving. He worked in information technology and pored over computers in his spare time. A science geek, his brother said. “He changed dramatically after he hurt himself,” Troy said. “But he’d still come over and visit my kids. We helped him recuperate. And even if we couldn’t see each other, we’d talk.” His parents were Lonnie Lee Callihan and Gail May Gilbreath.

Capers, James "Jimmy"
b. Dec. 11, 1947 d. Aug. 28, 2017

A San Jacinto County resident died in floodwaters near his residence on Aug. 28, reported. Deputy constables have confirmed the death of Jimmy Capers, the uncle of Sheriff Greg Capers. Capers was reportedly herding cattle away from the floodwaters toward higher ground alongside friends and family members. Precinct 3 Capt. Peter Sparta said Capers was possibly swept underwater by the current. Efforts to revive him after about he spent about 5 minutes underwater were unsuccessful.

James Lynn “Jimmy” Capers was born December 11, 1947 in Huntsville, Texas to Julius L. Capers and Mary Ellen Hitt Capers and died August 28, 2017 in San Jacinto County, Texas.

He is preceded in death by his parents, his brothers, C.D. “Pete”, Thomas “Buddy”, Charles and Robert Joe Capers; sisters, Mamie Mayer Southern, Mollie Mae Currie, Clara Nettles and Lula Currie.

Jimmy is survived by his wife of 39 years, Becky Capers; daughter, JymeBeth McBride and her husband Brade McBride; grandchildren, Jacelynn Head, Brade “Bub” McBride, II. and Bobbie June McBride; brother, Julius Murle “Jay” and wife Charlene Capers; sister, Mary Lou Pridgen; sister-in-law, Dorothy Capers; nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews, “adopted” kids, family and friends too numerous to name that he dearly loved.

Jimmy was in the United States Army and proudly served our country in the Vietnam War. After discharge he worked for Champion Paper Co., Wirt Davis, Hunt Construction then Texas Dept. of Transportation for 27 years. After retiring he worked some part time for Colby Construction and San Jacinto Co. Pct. 3. Jimmy loved to steer rope, hunt and fish.

He loved his daughter and grandchildren endlessly and always tried to help them accomplish their goals. His pride and joy was his daughter and granddaughter who, like him loves to ride, rope and fish. They spent many hours working on these activities.

Jimmy had many very special people in his life, again too many to name, that he helped and encouraged in their life and goals. Although many thought him to be a gruff person in reality he had a heart of gold. He helped take care of his mother-in-law for a number of years who preceded him in death 15 days earlier.

From your wife and family thank you and rest in peace til we see you again. We love you.

Visitation will be held from 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m., Monday, September 4, 2017 at Pace Stancil Funeral Home, Cleveland, Texas. Services will be held at 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, September 5, 2017 at Pace Stancil Chapel, Cleveland, Texas. Interment will follow at Montague Cemetery, Cleveland, Texas.

Carreon-Esquivel, Tomas Jr.
b. 1992 d. Sep. 1,2017

Accidental flood drowning caused by hurricane Harvey. Found floating in Cypress Creek flood water. 25 year old male Hispanic.

Cavazos, Benito Juarez
b. 1975 d. Aug. 29, 2017

The body of the 42-year-old auto-body shop worker, who came to the U.S. from Mexico illegally 28 years ago, was found Tuesday in a parking lot near a Houston freeway after floodwaters receded.

Cavazos had recently received a work permit, and was scheduled for an appointment the next day to help him get permanent residency, his cousins said at the service.

“It’s very unfortunate that right when he finally had hopes of being able to maybe go to Mexico soon to go see his family it all went downhill,” his cousin, Maria Cavazos, said. Funeral was September 1, 2017.

Crooks, Ola Mae Winfrey
b. Dec. 26, 1935 d. Aug. 29, 2017

Ola Mae Crooks died as a result of hurricane Harvey at the age of 82. She was trying to drive across a bridge and was swept into the flood waters. Crooks is preceded in death by her husband, Norris Crooks, who passed away Aug. 18. Funeral services for him were held Saturday. She is survived by daughters: Cynthia Oliphant and Myra Crooks; grandchildren: Colby Oliphant and Latifah Eaglin, a host of nieces, nephews, additional relatives, and friends. Her funeral service is September 2, 2017.

Ola Mae Winfrey-Crooks, a loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and aunt; died suddenly on August 29, 2017, in Walker County. Ola Mae, 82, was born on December 26, 1935, to Herbert, Sr. and Irene Winfrey, in Huntsville. She is survived by her devoted family that includes her daughters: Cynthia Oliphant and Myra Crooks; grandchildren: Colby Oliphant and Latifa Eaglin; sisters: Mary Hall, Gladys Oliphant, and Lou Ella Willis (Charles); brothers: Charles Winfrey and Fredrick Winfrey; sister-in-law: Nettie Crooks; her Galilee C.O.G.I.C. family, and a host of nieces, nephews, additional relatives, and friends. Viewing will be Friday, September 1, 2017, 12:00 P.M. until 7:00 P.M. at the Cox Funeral Home Chapel. Family and friends will gather to remember Ola Mae life, Saturday, September 2, 2017, 11:00 A.M. at Galilee Church of God in Christ. Burial will immediately follow in the Galilee Cemetery, in Huntsville, Texas.

Dailey, Casey
b. 1979 d. Aug. 29, 2017

Delgado, Noah
b. Sept. 2008, Sept. 3, 2017

An 8-year-old boy died of an asthma attack after Hurricane Harvey after he couldn’t get treatment in time, according to his family.His mother, Tina Galan, used Noah’s inhaler to try to calm the attack but to no avail. Galan said that her repeated calls to 911 went unanswered as authorities fielded thousands of calls during the deadly storm. “I went outside with him to try and get him some air, thinking it would help. I thought, because the power was out, maybe it was too stuffy inside,” Galan told the New York Post. Once outside, however, she realized Noah wasn’t breathing. “I was doing CPR, and trying to get him to inhale the medicine, and the air, trying to get him to inhale anything at all,” Galan told the paper. A stranger in a truck passing by their home reportedly stopped and picked them up and began driving to the hospital. On the way, they spotted an ambulance, which took them the rest of the way, reports said. While receiving CPR, one of Noah's lungs collapsed, the family’s GoFundMe said. Noah was life-flighted from North Cypress Medical Center to Texas Children's Hospital, but there was no room on the helicopter for Noah's mom so a friend drove her to the hospital, she said. Galan got stuck in the floods along the way but the National Guard assisted them. Once she arrived at the hospital, doctors told her Noah's diagnosis looked grim. Even if he lived, he’d be brain dead, they told her. Noah was in a coma and on life support for three days before he died. Noah Delgado, who was just one week shy of his ninth birthday, was in his Houston home last Monday when he was stricken with a severe asthma attack, reports said.“Noah was loving and energetic, and lit up the room with his presence," he family wrote on the fundraiser."He was loved by all of his teachers and friends. He was a brave young man and loved a challenge. He loved playing video games, watching scary movies, home cooked meals and Pokemon.”

Dowell, Joseph
b. 1969 d. Aug. 27, 2017

Ellis, Wilma Ratcliff
b. Fed. 18, 1944, d. Aug. 28, 2017

Feuerstein, Joshua
b. Sep. 23, 1984 d. Aug 28, 2017

Joshua Feuerstein, 33, of Conroe, died when he disregarded a barricade and drove his pickup into standing water Monday, according to authorities. Witnesses saw his pickup's reverse lights illuminate, indicating that Feuerstein was attempting to back out of the water. But the pickup was carried into deeper water by hurricane Henry. The witnesses swam to help, but Feuerstein had already drowned.

Guillen, Alonso
b. 1986 d. Aug. 30, 2017

Alonso Guillen, a 31-year-old disc jockey from Lufkin, disappeared on Wednesday around midnight along with two friends after their boat hit the bridge over the creek and capsized. One of them was rescued after clinging to a tree in the rushing water, but days later, after the rains let up and the creek level receded, Guillen and Tomas Carreon Jr. were still missing. Searchers spotted Carreon's body floating down the wide, swift-moving creek on Friday around 1 p.m. On Sunday afternoon, Guillen's body floated past a sandy berm where family members had been keeping watch for days, staring out at the murky water. A relative dove in and pulled him to the shoulder of the creek until they were able to bring a boat over to get him onto shore. Guillen's father, Jesus Guillen, said he'd asked his son not to try and rescue people in the storm, but he insisted, saying he wanted to help people. He cried and prayed on Sunday afternoon as they pulled his son's body from the water. "Thank you, God," he said, "for the time I had with him." The recovery of his body brings the number of people who have died or are feared dead from Harvey to nearly 60, and officials warn that more could be found. Guillen, who was born in Piedras Negras, Mexico, and moved to Lufkin as a teenager, headed south with his friends toward Houston after Hurricane Harvey, towing a borrowed boat. They were near Interstate 45 and Beltway 8 and trying to reach an apartment complex when they hit the bridge, relatives said. Alonso Guillen was a recipient of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which temporarily lifted the threat of deportation for immigrants brought to the U.S. before they were 16, family members said. His father is a lawful permanent, but his mother is still in the application process for legal status. Reached at her home in Piedras Negras, Mexico, across the border from Eagle Pass, Rita Ruiz de Guillen, 62, said she is heartbroken. "I've lost a great son, you have no idea," she said, weeping softly. "I'm asking God to give me strength." She said she hoped U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials would take pity and grant her a humanitarian visa so that she could come to Houston and bury her son, but she was turned back at the border. "When we are with God, there are no borders," she said. "Man made borders on this earth."

Head, Ronald Darrell "Ronnie"
b. Jun. 13,1960 d. Aug. 25, 2017

Head was last heard from August 25, 2017 as hurricane Harvey hit. He died in Port Aransas. He is survived by his mother. His parents were/are Robert Edward Head and Jo Doris Blair. He graduated from Lamar High School and the University of Texas at Austin in 1983. His dog died days before the hurricane hit. He was 57.

Hernandez Rodriguez, Gustavo
b. 1977 d. Aug. 31, 2017

40 year old Hispanic male found on the banksof the Greens Bayou. Flood drowning accident caused by hurricane Harvey. Year of birth is approximate based on age.

Hurley, Patrick
b. 1958 d.Aug. 27, 2017

Jones, Lisa Marie
b. Nov. 24, 1956 d. Aug. 28, 2017

Lisa Jones, 60, died in the bedroom of her trailer when a large oak tree fell over onto the residence, likely due to saturated ground resulting from Hurricane Harvey. The woman's husband said she had been taking a nap in the bedroom. He was unable to get to her or get her to respond, so he left the home to get help.

Jordan, Ruben Clifford
b. Jul. 3, 1959 d. Aug. 26, 2017 Friendswood, Harris, Texas

Ruben A longtime south Texas coach and former John Tyler graduate died in the devastating Houston floods. A tweet from Clear Creek ISD confirmed the death of Coach Ruben C. Jordan on August 29 by the Friendswood Police Department. Jordan was reported missing August 26 by family members, who put out a plea on social media to help find him. According to the Houston Chronicle, Coach Jordan was a longtime coach for Clear Creek High School, and had retired in 2016. Mr. Jordan taught sociology and coached track and football; he was the “in-school suspension monitor,” chosen for his ability to talk down a misbehaving teenager. After he retired from teaching and coaching last year, he ran his own business teaching driving classes. Jordan grew up in Tyler and was a football player at John Tyler High School, according to the Chronicle.

Lacobie, Dorothy Helen
b. Apr. 10, 1929 d. Aug. 31, 2017

Montalbano, Calvin Oran
b. Sep. 29, 1962 d. Aug. 29, 2017

Murphy, Bobby
b. 1963 d. Aug. 27, 2017

Osorno, Colby Henry
b. 1993 d. Aug. 31, 2017

Accidental drowning caused by floods from hurricane Harvey. Parents are Henry Osorno and Gloria "Glo" Hernandez." He worked at American Cargo Assurance in Houston, Texas.

Parsutt, Bonnie Sue
b. Jan. 25, 1948 d. Aug. 27, 2017

Pasek, Andrew Joseph
b. Dec. 6 1991 d. Aug. 29,2017

Andrew was electrocuted while trying to rescue his sister's cat in her flooded house. He was just in two feet of water when power leaked out of a lamp pole. The shock paralyzed him and he fell putting his hand on the pole. He was shocked and drowned. No rescue attempt could be made until power was turned off to the subdivision. He is survived by his mother Jodell Pasek who wants to warn people about the dangers in flood waters with live power. His parents are Albin Joseph Pasek and Ann Ajodell Tamborello.

Andrew Pasek, 25, was always bringing home stray animals. There was Mali the puppy, his mother recalled, a tabby he called Blu and a Tibetan spaniel named Coco.

So it surprised no one that on Tuesday, Andrew set out to retrieve his sister Alyssa’s cat, D’Artagnan, who had been left behind as the floodwaters rose in Houston.

Andrew drove to the home with his childhood friend, Sean Stuart, and they began wading through several feet of water toward his sister’s two-story house.

Suddenly, the two felt the jolt of an electrical current in the water, said Andrew’s mother, JoDell Pasek.

“Years ago, Andrew had had an accident and broken his ankle severely, and he had plates and pins in his ankle,” she said. “All of that electricity started going to everything in his ankle and he started jumping around.”

Andrew fell into a mailbox on a metal post. “He told Sean, ‘Get away from me, I’m dying,’” Ms. Pasek said, through tears. “He knew immediately that if Sean touched him, he would be electrocuted too.”

Officials in Harris County attributed his death to accidental electrocution, the ninth confirmed storm death in the county.

Sean’s mother called Ms. Pasek to tell her what had happened. “I get that phone call, my son is no longer alive,” she said. “I just started screaming. We’ve been friends since the kids were in kindergarten, so I know it was the hardest thing she had to do.”

Gathered at home in Houston, Andrew’s family was left wondering if they could have stopped him from trying to rescue D’Artagnan.

“We’ve all decided that no matter what we would have said, he would have gone anyway,” Ms. Pasek said. “That was just his nature.”

Shocked by underwater electrical wire and drowned. He was trying to rescue his sister's cat. Funeral September 2, 2017.

Pellerien, Peter
b. 1934 d. Aug. 27, 2017

Perez, Jorge Raul
b. 1984 d. Aug. 29, 2017

Perez was a volunteer rescuer. He was with others in a boat going to rescue an elderly woman in a wheel chair. The current of the flood pushed them into submerged live power lines. Everyone in the boat jumped into the water. He was 33 a married father of two.

Perez, SGT Steve Albert 

b. Aug. 31, 1956 d. Aug. 27, 2017 Houston, Texas


Steve Perez, a 34-year Houston police officer, drowned in his patrol car in hurricane Harvey floodwaters on his way to work to help hurricane survivors. Perez, days shy of his 61st birthday, was in his patrol car driving to work downtown Sunday morning when he got trapped in high water. He was a native of Porter, Texas. He is survived by his adult son and daughter and his wife, Cheryl.

Qasem, Batool
b. 1941 d. Aug. 26, 2017

Batool Qasem, 76, was found dead in high water beside her vehicle in Houston on Saturday. Mrs Batool Al Shakaa is the wife of Mr Jamil Qasem in Houston Texas. Victim of hurricane Harvey.

From the Arab American Cultural & Community Center.

It is with great sorrow and sadness that we announce the passing of our dear friend, Mrs. Batool El-Shakaa Al-Qasem, Wife of Mr. Jamil Al-Qasem, Mother of Firas and Tamara Al-Qasem. She was loved by everyone who knew her and will be dearly missed by all. May God rest her soul in peace and give solace and comfort to her family and friends.

عظم الله اجركم ورحم فقيدتكم واسكنها فسيح جناته. انا لله وانا اليه راجعون.

Renick, Jill
b. 1969 d. Aug. 27, 2017

Rogers, Preacher Donald Ray
b. Apr. 5, 1952 d. Aug. 30, 2017 Fulshear, Fort Bend, Texas

When officers found the truck, it was completely submerged. Norvell identified the couple as 65-year-old Donald Rogers and 58-year-old Rochelle Rogers. They lived in a rural area of the county southwest of Houston and they were headed to a relative's house nearby.

Rogers, Rochelle wife of Donald above
b. Oct 1, 1958 d. Aug. 30, 2017 Fulshear, Fort Bend, Texas

Salazar, Martin
b. 1968 d. Aug. 30, 2017

Saldivar, Belia Rosas
b. May 7, 1935, San Diego, CA d. Aug. 26, 2017, Houston, Texas

Belia and her husband Manuel died along with four of their great-grandchildren in flood waters in their van which was washed off a bridge. Survived by sons Sammy, Ric. Married to Manuel for 60 years. Manuel and Belia both had Alzheimer's. Belia is survived by her five sons, Jose Manuel, Samuel, Ricardo, and Danny, daughters-in-law, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. The mother of the children who died is Blanca "Mona"Maribel Ibarra Saldivar. The father is 36 year old Jason Manuel Saldivar son of Daniel Salvidar. He is in Federal prison in Beaumont set to be released 09/11/2017.

Saldivar, Daisy
b. 2011 d. Aug. 26, 2017

Daisy, 6, hoped to become a teacher one day and had a great first week in Ms. Jackson's first-grade class at Williams Elementary. She loved princess dresses and animals, with a particular affection for the neighborhood cats she fed, according to Mona Saldivar, a 34-year-old dental assistant. "She was bubbly, (a) social butterfly; she just talked to everybody and anybody. She would brighten up the room when she would come in the door," her mother said. The mother is Blanca "Mona" Maribel Ibarra Saldivar. The father is Jason Manuel Saldivar son of Daniel Salvidar.

Saldivar, Devorah "Devy"
b. 2011 d. Aug. 26, 2017

Devorah, 16, was a straight-A student in the 11th grade at Pasadena High School, her mother said. She loved reading and sang alto in the choir. She had talked about becoming a veterinarian.
To her mother, Devorah was like sunshine. "She would walk into the room - her laugh was contagious. She was always joking around, and her favorite color was yellow. She was always wearing something really bright," her mother said. The mother is Blanca "Mona"Maribel Ibarra Saldivar. The father is Jason Manuel Saldivar son of Daniel Salvidar.

Saldivar, Dominic
b. 2002 d. Aug. 26, 2017

Dominic, 14, played trombone and had already had a spot on the Pasadena High School marching band. Like his little brother, he aspired to join the military and loved Legos. The boys kept their Lego collections separate, but Dominic would help his brother build. Dominic was a rowdy, goofy jokester who was protective of his mother's time and attention, she said.The mother is Blanca "Mona"Maribel Ibarra Saldivar. The father is Jason Manuel Saldivar son of Daniel Salvidar.

Saldivar, Manuel
b. Oct 28, 1932, Neuces, Texas d. Aug. 26, 2017

Survived by his sons Sammy, Ric. Married to Belia for 60 years. Manuel and Belia both had Alzheimer's. Manuel is survived by her five sons, Jose Manuel, Samuel, Ricardo, and Danny, daughters-in-law, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. The mother of the children who died is Blanca "Mona"Maribel Ibarra Saldivar. The father is Jason Manuel Saldivar son of Daniel Salvidar.

Saldivar, Xavier Adam
b. 2009 d. Aug. 26, 2017

Xavier, 8, had just started third grade at Williams Elementary. He loved swimming, turtles, family game nights and building Lego Ninjago sets. He liked the color green, and every Halloween he dressed up as a soldier, his mother said. He greatly admired his great-grandfather, who perished with him and was one of several military veterans in the family.The mother is Blanca "Mona"Maribel Ibarra Saldivar. The father is Jason Manuel Saldivar son of Daniel Salvidar.

Sanchez, Gary Wayne
b. 1959 d. Aug. 31, 2017

Singh, Shalini
b. 1992 d. Sep. 3, 2017

A 25-year-old Indian student has died here, days after she was rescued along with another Indian man from a swollen lake in the US state of Texas where Hurricane Harvey wreaked havoc. Shalini Singh, a student pursuing Masters degree in public health from the Texas A&M University, was rescued from the Lake Bryan along with another Indian student Nikhil Bhatia last Saturday. While Bhatia died in hospital+ on August 30, Singh, who continued to be in a critical condition, was declared dead late last night. Her younger brother and maternal uncle, who flew in from New Delhi on August 30, were with her at the time of death. Singh, originally hailing from Delhi, came to the US only last month to pursue the two years Masters program after her degree in Dental Surgery from I T S Dental College in Greater Noida. She will be cremated in Bryan on Tuesday or Wednesday next week, according to the consulate sources. Singh continued to be on life support till intervening night of Saturday and Sunday, according to the Consulate officials, who were in regular touch with the family members in hospital. According to their friends and some witnesses, Singh and Bhatia were swimming in the lake when a sudden current of water pushed them deeper. The friends accompanying them noticed that the duo were in distress and flagged down nearby police officers. Bryan Police officers were able to rescue and provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation to the victims until medics arrived, according to Bryan Mayor Andrew Nelson. Consul General of India in Houston, Dr Anupam Ray had been monitoring her medical needs and situation closely.

Stanley, Agnes
b. 1928 d. Aug. 29, 2017 Houston, Harris, Texas.

Agnes died at the age of 89 in her home during hurricane Harvey. She was found floating in four feet of water in her home. She was a volunteer with Houston Audubon's Docent Guild, where she worked with a program that introduced children to birds and botany, according to the Chronicle. "She was fierce and determined. She was small in stature, but strong-willed and invincible," Helen Drummond, executive director of Houston Audubon, told the newspaper. "She just meant so much to us and she will definitely be missed." Survived by son Gregory Stanley.

Sulcer, Colette Leigh
b. Apr. 5, 1976 Jefferson, Texas d. Aug. 29, 2017 Beaumont, Jefferson, Texas

Sulcer died a victim of hurricane Harvey in Beaumont, Texas. Her three year old daughter Jordyan was found alive clinging to her mother's body. Sulcer worked as a Surgical Technologist at The Medical Center of Southeast Texas. She graduated from West Brook Senior High School and Lamar State College Port Arthur. Her parents were Eddie Lee Sulcer and Joyce Ann Hunt. Sulcer was 41.

Sung, Alexander Kwoksum
b. Jul. 18, 1953 Hong Kong, China d. Aug. 26, 2017 Texas

Sung was born in Hong Kong, China. He owned and operated a clock store. He died in the store
when the flood hit. He is survived by his daughters.

Thomas, Clementin
b. 1956 d. Aug. 30, 2017

Clementine Thomas, 61, died Wednesday afternoon when the car she was driving was swept from Texas 87 south of Newton, about 60 miles northeast of Beaumont during hurricane Harvey. Newton County Sheriff Billy Rowles said witnesses reported that several people risked their lives to rescue Thomas but were unsuccessful. Her body was recovered Thursday afternoon.

Tucker, Michael
b. 1951 d. Aug. 29, 2017

Vizuet, Benjamin
b. Nov. 11,1983 d.Aug. 31, 2017

Found on the banks of the Greens Bayou. He was last seen helping save victims of the flooding. Cause of death accidental flood drowning caused by hurricane Harvey. He was 33. Graduated from Wheatley High School. Lived in Cloverleaf, Texas. Survived by wife Perla Jaquez, two sons, Benjamin, Nathan and a daughter. 

Vizuet Rubio, Yahir
b. Oct. 6, 1991 d. Aug. 29, 2017

Bizueth was 25 and unmarried. He with others were going to rescue an elderly women from home.
Their boat was caught up in the current of the flood and ran into submerged live power lines.
Everyone on the boat jumped off.

Williams, Keisha Monique
b. Sep. 2, 1984, d. Aug. 29, 2017

Williams graduated from Houston's Furr High School and worked as a certified nursing
assistant. She was a single mother of two girls. She drowned in hurricane Harvey flooding.
Williams was 32. Survived by daughters Kiaja, 13 and Kinaya, 11 who were left with their
aunt while Williams returned to save her two dogs, Tiger and Doughboy. Her dogs survived.
Williams did not know how to swim.

Zaring, Ronald L
b. Apr. 12, 1935, d. Aug 29, 2017

Ronald Zaring, 82, was being transported on a charter bus organized by the Federal Emergency Management Agency when he went into cardiac arrest during hurricane Harvey. The elderly man, who suffered from heart disease and pneumonia, was being cared for at the Friendswood Health Center before the patients were evacuated to Friendswood High School. Zaring was a native of Galveston County. He was also a Navy veteran. “He was just a super nice guy. He didn’t know a stranger,” his son Devin Zaring said. “Everybody loved him.” They were being transported to Huntsville on Tuesday when he passed away. He worked at Manikin Repair Center of Texas. Survived by wife Judith Carol Main Zaring.

Below is a virtual cemetery of the victims of hurricane Harvey in Texas in 2017 which I made. I made most of the memorials though not all.

Here is the list of dead per Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences. Other counties have their own coroner. Most are too busy to do autopsy on the dead due to many reasons. This is only Harris County list.

You can search each individual case here. They don't list birth dates or much info other than what's in the list above.

Storm-Related Deaths Hurricane Harvey Current as of: September 1, 2017 @ 9 p.m. Line # ME Case # Identification Status/Name Race/ Ethnicity Sex Age Place of Death Date/Time of Death Circumstances Cause/ Manner of Death Confirmed Storm-Related Fatalities 1 ML17-3076 Alexander Kwoksum Sung Asian M 64 years 915 College Ave South Houston, TX 8/27/2017 2:40PM Found in workplace with 1.5 ft debris line Flood-Drowning/ Accident 2 ML17-3067 Batool Qasem Asian F 76 years 7 Warrenton Dr. Houston, TX 8/26/2017 9:15PM Found floating in flood water near vehicle Flood-Drowning/ Accident 3 ML17-3093 Travis Lynn Callihan White M 45 years Memorial Hermann Hospital-Memorial City 8/28/2017 3:11PM Exited vehicle and fell into flood waters, transported to local hospital Flood-Drowning/ Accident 4 ML17-3097 Agnes Stanley White F 89 years 4311 Meyerwood Dr Houston, TX 8/27/2017 10:30am Found floating in 4ft of flood water in residence Flood-Drowning/ Accident 5 ML17-3102 Steve Albert Perez (Houston Police Department Sargent) Hispanic M 60 years 800 N Sam Houston Pkwy Houston, TX 8/29/2017 9:00am Found by HPD Dive Team submerged in 14ft of water Flood-Drowning/ Accident 6 ML17-3104 Pending Black M Unknown 7414 Claiborne Houston, TX 8/29/2017 10:53am Found floating in high waters on a residential street Flood-Drowning/ Accident 7 ML17-3106 Benito Cavazos Juarez Hispanic M 42 years 12420 E Freeway/Holland Houston, TX 8/29/2017 11:00am Found face down in parking lot after flood waters receded Flood-Drowning/ Accident 8 ML17-3107 Calvin Oran Montalbano White M 54 years 13401 EastTX Freeway Houston, TX 8/29/2017 12:39pm Found in a grassy area near the E Tx Freeway Flood-Drowning/ Accident 9 ML17-3111 Andrew Pasek White M 25 years 4638 Hickory Downs Houston, TX 8/29/2017 12:00am Witnessed to step on live electrical wire in flood waters Flood-Electrocution/ Accident Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences Page 2 of 3 1861 Old Spanish Trail, Houston, Texas 77054 | 832-927-5215 | 10 ML17-3114 Jorge Raul Perez Hispanic M 33 years 12800 Texaco Rd Houston, TX 8/29/2017 3:45pm Found floating in flood water by HFD Flood-Drowning/ Accident 11 ML17-3115 Yahir Rubio-Vizuet Hispanic M 45 years 12800 Texaco Rd Houston, TX 8/29/2017 3:45pm Found floating in flood water by HFD Flood-Drowning/ Accident 12 ML17-3129 Belia Rojas Saldivar Hispanic F 81 years 1400 Green River Dr Houston, TX 8/30/2017 4:00am Found in van off the roadway in high water Flood-Drowning/ Accident 13 ML17-3130 Manuel Q Saldivar Hispanic M 84 years 1400 Green River Dr Houston, TX 8/30/2017 4:00am Found in van off the roadway in high water Flood-Drowning/ Accident 14 ML17-3131 Xavier Adam Saldivar Hispanic M 8 years 1400 Green River Dr Houston, TX 8/30/2017 4:00am Found in van off the roadway in high water Flood-Drowning/ Accident 15 ML17-3132 Daisy Saldivar Hispanic F 6 years 1400 Green River Dr Houston, TX 8/30/2017 4:00am Found in van off the roadway in high water Flood-Drowning/ Accident 16 ML17-3133 Devorah Saldivar Hispanic F 16 years 1400 Green River Dr Houston, TX 8/30/2017 4:00am Found in van off the roadway in high water Flood-Drowning/ Accident 17 ML17-3134 Dominic Saldivar Hispanic M 14 years 1400 Green River Dr Houston, TX 8/30/2017 4:00am Found in van off the roadway in high water Flood-Drowning/ Accident 18 ML17-3070 Pending White M 65 years 4903 Airline Dr Houston, TX 8/27/2017 9:53 am Witness to collapse in flood waters Flood-Drowning/ Accident 19 ML17-3150 Colby Henry Osorno White M 24 years 2651 S Hwy 146 Baytown, TX 8/31/2017 12:35 pm Found in Greens Bayou/Ship Channel Flood-Drowning/ Accident 20 ML17-3094 Wilma Ratcliff Ellis Black F 73 years LBJ Hospital 8/28/2017 6:29 pm Found floating during Coast Guard search and rescue operation Flood-Drowning/ Accident 21 ML17-3105 Ruben Clifford Jordan Black M 58 years 3000 W Bay Area Blvd Houston, TX 8/29/2017 12:30 pm Found floating in tree in flood waters Flood-Drowning/ Accident Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences Page 3 of 3 1861 Old Spanish Trail, Houston, Texas 77054 | 832-927-5215 | 22 ML17-3137 Victor Manuel Acevedo Hispanic M 67 years 507 Arkansas St South Houston, TX 8/28/2017 1:00 am Found in alleyway after flood waters receded Flood-Drowning/ Accident 23 ML17-3140 Martin Salazar Hispanic M 49 years 5125 Preston Ave Pasadena, TX 8/30/2017 2:44 pm Found in ditch after evacuating his residence Flood-Drowning/ Accident 24 ML17-3122 Michael Tucker White M 66 years 6820 FM 1942 Baytown, TX 8/29/2017 9:30 pm Found floating in 4 ft of water after leaving residence Flood-Drowning/ Accident 25 ML17-3124 Keisha Monique Williams Black F 32 years 12473 Woodforest Blvd Houston, TX 8/30/2017 8:37 am Found lying across fence after flood waters receded Flood-Drowning/ Accident 26 ML17-3157 Gustavo Hernandez Rodriguez Hispanic M 40 years 12503 Province Pt Dr Houston, TX 8/31/2017 1:54pm Found on the banks of Greens Bayou Flood-Drowning/ Accident 27 ML17-3162 Pending Hispanic M 33 years 12801 Wallisville Rd Houston, TX 8/31/2017 8:00pm Found on the banks of Greens Bayou Flood-Drowning/ Accident 28 ML17-3108 Efrain Angel Hispanic M 26 years Salt Grass Trail Way Katy, TX 8/29/2017 10:32am Found in a drainage ditch near Harris County Katy Park Flood-Drowning/ Accident

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