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Celebrating the life of
Franklin Eugene "Bud" Nedry
February 20, 1934 - December 10, 2015
Services under the direction of:
Bradshaw Carter
(713) 521-0066
  • Visitation
  • 6:00pm - Tuesday, December 15, 2015
  • Bradshaw Carter
  • 1734 W Alabama St (Map)
    Houston, Tx 77098

  • (713) 521-0066
  • Funeral Service
  • 2:00pm - Wednesday, December 16, 2015
  • Memorial Drive United Methodist Church
  • 12955 Memorial Dr (Map)
    Houston, texas 77079

  • (713) 468-8356

I haven't talked to Bud in a while. But he was definitely a friend to me. We had many many talks about life, family, just everything. Bud not once treated me badly and always was a gentleman. I had the pleasure of making Bud laugh uncontrollably many times. I can honestly say he was a good friend and mentor and he will truly be missed. I will see you soon Bud. Hold a spot for me up their!

Zac Jones, Katy, TX

We’ve had such wonderful times in the Canadian Rockies with Bud and all of you throughout the years. We are so shocked and saddened to hear of his passing. His beautiful smile always lit up the room and he had a unique and kind way about him that made everyone feel special. He will be truly missed. Our love and sympathy to his wonderful family, of whom he was so proud. We wish we could be there to celebrate his life with you. We are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers at this very difficult time and we hope that your pain will lessen every day and that your loving memories will bring some comfort.

Karen Fraser and Ian Schofield, Canmore, Alberta , Canada

Barbara & Nicole & Family, I am so very sorry for your loss. I know you will miss him and will cherish your precious time& memories you had with him. May God bless you with peace and love and comfort through saying goodbye for now. So glad he was able to meet his grandkids. Lots of Love,Andy

Andrea Wiley, Houston, tx

We went to the Bagel Shop in Canmore, Alberta this morning in Bud's honor. It is impossible to come to Canmore without thinking of Bud and his family. There was no kinder or thoughtful person than Bud. He will be missed by so many of us and we are grateful to have known him.

Milton and Kathie Magness, Houston, Tx

Terlene and family, Bill and Kathy and family, and I offer our sincere sympathy on the passing of Bud. He had a great sense of humor and was fun to have as part of the Morrow family.

Rosemary, Austin, TX

We are so very sorry to hear of our sweet friend Bud's passing. He was a true gentleman, one of the kindest people we ever met, and he will be missed and remembered fondly by all who knew him. Rest in Peace, Bud. Until we all see you again..,

Ladd and Mary Dinkins, Lafayette, LA

Being around Bud was like enjoying a ray of sunshine, a secluded waterfall, a white sandy beach - he enriched the lives around him and brightened our days. Gods kingdom welcomed one of the special ones Thursday.

Ed Cavey, Needville, Tx

O! He will be missed! I can't help to think of the happy reunion on the other side, with Steve. Bud was without question, the dearest friend Steve had on this Earth. What a legacy and beautiful life he leaves. He touched so many lives with his kind and generous heart. So glad to know such a wonderful soul! Our thoughts, prayers, and love go out to his sweet family.

Mark & Connie Thomason, Guthrie, OK

Bud was such a wonderful man! He'd always bring a smile to our faces! He definitely made the world a better place and it was an honor to call him friend. Our deepest condolences.

Carolyn & Rocky, Jackson, Mn

Dear Barbara, My deepest sympathy to you and your family. May your faith bring you strength & peace. God bless---

Cindy Birkner Duncan, Bay City, Tx

Sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you and your family. Peace be with you.

sandra morris Claybourn , bay city, tx

Franklin Eugene "Bud" Nedry born February 20, 1934 in Newbern,Tennessee and passed December 10, 2015 in Houston, Texas. Bud is survived by his wife Barbara, two daughters, five grandchildren, his sister, and many more family and friends.

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Candle tribute lit by Barbara Nedry — Texas

Candle tribute lit by Nicole Dubiton — Texas

I haven't talked to Bud in a while. But he was definitely a friend to me. We had many many talks about life, family, just everything. Bud not once treated me badly and always was a gentleman. I had the pleasure of making Bud laugh uncontrollably many times. I can honestly say he was a good friend and mentor and he will truly be missed. I will see you soon Bud. Hold a spot for me up their!

Zac Jones, Katy, TX

We’ve had such wonderful times in the Canadian Rockies with Bud and all of you throughout the years. We are so shocked and saddened to hear of his passing. His beautiful smile always lit up the room and he had a unique and kind way about him that made everyone feel special. He will be truly missed. Our love and sympathy to his wonderful family, of whom he was so proud. We wish we could be there to celebrate his life with you. We are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers at this very difficult time and we hope that your pain will lessen every day and that your loving memories will bring some comfort.

Karen Fraser and Ian Schofield, Canmore, Alberta , Canada

Candle tribute lit by Paul & Star Fontenot — Texas

Candle tribute lit by Betty Baecker — Texas

Barbara & Nicole & Family, I am so very sorry for your loss. I know you will miss him and will cherish your precious time& memories you had with him. May God bless you with peace and love and comfort through saying goodbye for now. So glad he was able to meet his grandkids. Lots of Love,Andy

Andrea Wiley, Houston, tx

We went to the Bagel Shop in Canmore, Alberta this morning in Bud's honor. It is impossible to come to Canmore without thinking of Bud and his family. There was no kinder or thoughtful person than Bud. He will be missed by so many of us and we are grateful to have known him.

Milton and Kathie Magness, Houston, Tx

Candle tribute lit by Evelyn Dubiton — Texas

Terlene and family, Bill and Kathy and family, and I offer our sincere sympathy on the passing of Bud. He had a great sense of humor and was fun to have as part of the Morrow family.

Rosemary, Austin, TX

We are so very sorry to hear of our sweet friend Bud's passing. He was a true gentleman, one of the kindest people we ever met, and he will be missed and remembered fondly by all who knew him. Rest in Peace, Bud. Until we all see you again..,

Ladd and Mary Dinkins, Lafayette, LA

Being around Bud was like enjoying a ray of sunshine, a secluded waterfall, a white sandy beach - he enriched the lives around him and brightened our days. Gods kingdom welcomed one of the special ones Thursday.

Ed Cavey, Needville, Tx

O! He will be missed! I can't help to think of the happy reunion on the other side, with Steve. Bud was without question, the dearest friend Steve had on this Earth. What a legacy and beautiful life he leaves. He touched so many lives with his kind and generous heart. So glad to know such a wonderful soul! Our thoughts, prayers, and love go out to his sweet family.

Mark & Connie Thomason, Guthrie, OK

Bud was such a wonderful man! He'd always bring a smile to our faces! He definitely made the world a better place and it was an honor to call him friend. Our deepest condolences.

Carolyn & Rocky, Jackson, Mn

Dear Barbara, My deepest sympathy to you and your family. May your faith bring you strength & peace. God bless---

Cindy Birkner Duncan, Bay City, Tx

Sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you and your family. Peace be with you.

sandra morris Claybourn , bay city, tx


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