Brenda Lee Poage

Brenda Lee Poage, 70, of League City, TX, passed away on June 30, 2018.

Memorial services will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, July 7, 2018 at Crowder Funeral Home in Dickinson, TX.

Brenda was born in Mamou, LA to Ozone Ancelet and Wynice Duplechain on February 7, 1948. She attended school at Robert E. Lee High School. Brenda married Robert Poage on July 17, 1964 in Baytown, TX. She worked as an administrator for CCISD. She loved family, friends, traveling, volunteering at the hospital, casinos, and her dogs.
Brenda is preceded in death by her husband Robert Poage.
Brenda is survived by her Daughters Patricia Kohler and Rebecca Eldridge; Brother Don Ancelet; Grandchildren Jennifer Zappa, Ashley Burton, and Stuart Gaston; and great-grandchildren Gabrielle, Brody, and Zakkary.


  1. Brenda befriended me many years ago when I was an itinerant service provider in CCHS. We later met at CC community Church, and I have missed seeing her in recent years. Condolences to the family.

    Dell Mackey
  2. Patricia and family,

    You have our sympathy and are in our thoughts and prayers. So sorry for your loss.

    Gail and Joyce Grantham
    Edgewood, NM

    Gail and Joyce Grantham
  3. I will miss you my friend, you were a wonderful friend to me and you always made me laugh. Love you, RIP my sweet friend!

    Linda Enoch
  4. Oh Miss Brenda, what a trooper you where! You not being at the information desk as a volunteer at CLRMC will leave a gap in our hearts for a very long time. Your stories about your little dogs and the goodies that you brought to share with us will be missed as well. Knowing that you don’t have any worries any longer, and that you are with our Heavenly Father is peaceful to my heart. Thank you for the friendship that you shared with us Ambassadors at Clear Lake. You will be missed!

    Mel Olalde
  5. Patricia and Rebecca, I am so sorry for your loss. I know you will miss her from now on. I still miss my mom even though it’s been over 18 years since she died. We can see our mom’s again, though. Jesus promised to resurrect all those in the graves. (John 5:28 29). He also promised a whole new world where God will be with men and will do away with death, pain, sorrow and tears. (Revelation 21:1-4) Could we be there to greet our dead loved ones who are raised up again? This is certainly a possibility. There is more at I hope this helps a little. Steve

    Steve Floyd

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