Avis Munson

Avis Munson passed away on May 25, 2017, in her home surrounded by family and friends. Friends and family are invited to a time of visitation from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. Friday, June 2, 2017, at Callaway-Jones Funeral Center in Bryan. Her life will be honored at 2 p.m., Saturday, June 3, at Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, 2577 Cantey Street in Brenham, with interment to follow at Clay Cemetery. Services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers.

Avis was born on July 28, 1950, to John Perry Whiting, Sr. and Amanda Jenkins Whiting.

Avis received her primary education from Jones High in Snook, Texas in 1968.  In 1969, she received an Associate’s Degree from Blinn College.  In 1969, she married Virgust Earl Munson, Jr. and together they raised their five children. She worked at Kent Moore Cabinets and later retired from Texas A&M.

In 1989, Avis dedicated her life to Jehovah as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses.  She will be remembered for her humility, bright smile, helping hand, and big heart.

She is preceded in death by her parents John Perry Whiting, Sr. and Amanda Whiting; brother, Mack Eroy Jenkins.

She leaves to mourn her death her husband Earl Munson; five children Terrance Munson of Austin, Texas; Stephanie and Chaffin Munson of Clay, Texas; Stacy Munson of Bryan, Texas; and Kristel Munson of Huntsville, Texas. Eight grandchildren Fitzgerald Cannonier Munson of College Station, Texas; Justice Munson of Clay, Texas; Brianna Charles of Bryan, Texas; Dezmond Hernandez of Clay, Texas; Kayla Munson of Austin, Texas; Atiana and Bryson Davis of Bryan, Texas; Skylar Wade of Huntsville, Texas. She also leaves to mourn two brothers Reginald Whiting and wife Carolyn of Bryan, Texas; John Perry Whiting, Jr. of Clay, Texas; and two sisters Dorothy Carter and husband Herbert of Conroe, Texas; Alberta Whiting Collins of Houston, Texas; sister-n-law Lula Jenkins of Bryan, Texas; and a host other relatives and friends.

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  1. Earl and family,
    You are in our prayers. If there is anything that we can do for you, please don’t hesitate to call on us. (9797393406).love you all. Take care. Gwen

  2. Thoughts and prayers for the family. Avis was like my big sister, she was so special to me and she will be missed by so many. She taught me a lot through the years.

  3. Thinking of you in your time of sorrow. Know that Avis will always be remembered for her loving and caring spirit. She used her time and God given taleñts to make a difference in this world. Our prayers and thoughts are with you. Wayne and Rodessa

  4. Avis was such a sweet lady with a can do attitude. Loved visiting with her about our children and the joys and challenges faced. To her sweet family, my condolences are with you, you had a good one and she will be greatly missed . She loved you all dearly.

  5. Our prayers are with you and your family if there’s anything that we can do please don’t hesitate to call 979-739-7505

  6. Earl:
    To you, the children, and grand kids. God called one of his angels to be closer to him. Avis was so thoughtful and caring to everyone she met. You and the family are in our thoughts and prayers.
    Lloyd and Adrienne Hebert, Beaumont.

  7. Earl:
    To you, the kids, grand kids, and family…God has called one of his Angels to be closer to him. Avis was a kind and caring person who always made people feel special. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Lloyd and Adrienne Hebert, Beaumont.

  8. Earl and family
    My thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. Avis was such a sweet and pleasant lady. She always had a smile whenever I saw her. She is going to be missed by all who knew her. Be assured that she is in a better place living with the angels and is not suffering anymore. Earl, you and Avis raised good children. I don’t recall ever having a negative situation with any of them (I taught them all). They were kind and respectful to me at all times.

    My love to all
    Ms. Meryl Knox

  9. Earl & children:
    I am sorry for your loss. Avis was a one of a kind wonderful person . . . faithful servant of the Lord, devoted wife, loving mother, and loyal trusted friend. Avis told me one time, “The trials we go through in life are just a dip in the road. Just get up and keep moving, it will get better.” And, she’s right it got better. As my friend, Avis offered wisdom and encouragement. She looked at the best a person has to offer and never judged stupid stuff. If you needed help, Avis was the first to come and last to leave. Avis was an example of what the Lord told us to be. Faithful servant, devoted wife, loving mother and loyal trusted friend.

  10. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Munson family. May God shine His Light upon you and give you comfort in this time of sorrow and strengthen you with each passing moment. Weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning. Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His Saints. To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord!

    Darnell Grantham Jr. and Family
    Houston, Texas

  11. I remember Avis when she worked at Kent Moore Cabinets. She was always energetic and friendly. She had a magnetism about her. She is with her Savior Jesus Christ. May this be comforting to you always. John 3:16 Sincerely, Loretta Priesner

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