Billie Jean Mann Young

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Billie Jean Mann Young, of League City, Texas, passed away on Thursday, May 22, 2014  in League City at the age of 51.  She was born on October 5, 1962 in Altas, Oklahoma to William and Rita Mann. She was a Member of First Baptist in Pasadena,Tx.  She was preceded in death by her parents William and Rita Mann.  Billie is survived by her Son  Derek Holden of San  Marcos,Tx , Daughters; Lindsay Holden and Hannah Holden of League City, TX Sister Trisha Rowlands and Husband Steve Rowlands of League city,Tx .Visitation will be at 9:00am with Funeral Services to follow at 11:00am on Tuesday, May 27, 2014 at Crowder Funeral Home in League City, TX


  1. Billie Jean you will be missed! Your kind words, loving personality, and straight advice is what I will remember you for the most! I’m so happy we reconnected in the past few years. I enjoyed chatting with you on FB and all your sweet words about my kiddos. I will always treasure being able to sing a duet with you, and winning state. Then getting to go to Nationals in Idaho because you were a Freshman, and I was only an 8th grader. I was the youngest to get to go, because of YOU! We made some exceptional memories I treasure!

    Today you sing with the KING my friend and I will look forward to singing with you again someday! So much love, Stacy

    Stephanie (Stacy Naquin) Upton
  2. Billie,
    I am sorry I couldn’t make it to your funeral. I wish I could have. But You are forever in my heart, and some how, I think you know this. I remember when we first met at CPR the summer before we started nursing school. We were 2 peas in a pod at school. We studied together, laughed together, graduated together and then worked together. You Graduated with a 4.0 GPA, Suma Cum Laude. No easy feat in nursing school. You were an awesome nurse…kind, smart, caring. Everyone in your care was lucky to have you as their Registered Nurse. When I moved back to California, I knew you were sad to see me go. But it was time. You helped my move, in that giant Ryder truck! all the way to Calif. I remember your awe at our Pacific ocean. I have so many memories of you…of us.
    I also know you were ok with going to see Jesus this soon in your life. We spoke of this and you reassured me you were ok with it. We also spoke of your undying love for your children. You were concerned how they would do without you. Rest assured they are surrounded by a family that love them and will look out for them. You have no more saddness, no more pain, no more worries…and you desserve all the peace you must be feeling now. Even though it is hard for me to grasp that you are actually gone…I know I will see you again. I will miss you, but I know that Jesus was ready for you to come home.
    I Love You…
    Always in my Heart,
    Robin Veile
    Elk Grove, CA

    Robin Veile

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