Wendy Gayle Bruney

Wendy Stewart Bruney
October 19, 1958-August 30, 2018

Wendy Stewart Bruney, 59, of Waller, Texas passed away on Thursday, August 30, 2018, After an almost 2 year battle with pancreatic cancer. Services for Wendy will be 10:30 am, Saturday, September 8, 2018, at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, 1819 Heights Blvd, Houston, TX, 77088 (713-869-7722). Wendy is donating her body to Texas A&M University, College of Dentistry.

Wendy was born October 19, 1958 in Houston, Texas the youngest of 4 children. She attended school at Aldine HS and Spring HS. She graduated in 1976. After high school, Wendy stayed busy as a Mother, raising 3 boys and she often worked for her Dad at Allen Office Supply & Printing. Then Wendy found her calling. She became a Houston Metro Police Officer in 1993(Officer Stewart) and worked a special task force with HPD. Wendy had numerous commendations including Officer of the Year. She retired in 2014 after 21 years of service. After retirement she devoted her time to her husband Steve, her pups: Junior, Willie, and Sammie and she spent as much time as could with Grace and Brayden. In lieu of flowers, a donation can be made in Wendy’s name to the St Andrew’s School, any animal charity, or a cancer charity of your choice

Wendy is survived by her husband, Steve Bruney; her 3 sons: Brandon Bonacassio (his wife Misty), Dustin Stewart, and Zachary Stewart; her stepson Clint Bruney (his wife Megan); her two sisters: Debbra Ratz and Gwen Patterson; and the loves of her life her grandchildren: Grace and Brayden. She is also survived by a host of friends and family.

Her parents, Mary and Allen Lowery; and her brother, Evan Allen Lowery, Jr. all preceded Wendy in death.

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    • “Look! The Tent of God is with mankind, and he will reside with them, and they will be his people. And God himself will be with them. And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.” Revelation 21:3

  1. Dear Family and Friends of Wendy,
    We were so shocked and saddened to hear of her passing. We have been a little out of touch with her older sister, Debbie and had no knowledge of her illness. We are so sorry to lose such a great lady and send hugs, prayers and love to all.
    Les and Karla

  2. My dear friend of 49 years I will always miss you. May you RIP. You will be out of pain now. You fought such a courageous battle and never complained.
    Love you,

  3. So many good memories and happy family times
    Wendy’s courage and optimism throughout her life and through this illness leaves me inspired – I could only wish to be as fearless as she –
    Biggest hearted person I know
    You will be sorely missed by your adoring sons husband and family
    I know you are lighting up heaven
    Love you Wendy

  4. In honor of a woman who lived fearless and confident
    I admired her courage and kindness – her love for Gods little creatures and her pride in her 3 sons and her precious grandchildren
    So many years of good memories raising our kids together and all the family gatherings
    Wendy your light will not dim in our memories and now you are a Light in heaven

  5. I am so sad to hear about Wendy’s passing. I haven’t seen her for quite a while, but there was always a great sense of love and pride when my friend Debbi talked about her baby sister and nephews. As I remember Wendy talking about her boys with great joy and excitement, I can just imagine what a wonderful grandmother she must have been. She definitely will be missed. My deepest sympathy to all the family and wishes that your cherished memories will bring you comfort.
    Sending prayers and love,
    Janet Strother

  6. I only knew Wendy for a short time. I saw a beautiful woman with an effervescent spirit, full of kindness, love, and charm. I will miss spending time in her presence.

  7. I just found out about Wendy’s passing. I’m at a lost for words. Wendy would ride with me on patrol when she was the neighborhood security coordinator. I knew she had the bug and it was just a matter of time before she joined the Law Enforcement family.

    My condolences to the family of a very special and one of a kind lady

  8. Words can’t describe the shock and deep sadness that my Mother, Mary Ellison and I feel. The Lowery Family has been more than friends for many years, you all are family. Aunt Wendy was my Mother’s first daughter and more than an Aunt to me. She was beautiful, full of charisma, dedicated, the caretaker of her family and friends, and devoted to her Sons. We will cherish the many memories. Revelation 14:13.

    Brandon, Dustin, Zachary, Aunt Debbie, Aunt Gwen, and Steve you have our sympathy, prayers, and love. We are here for you if you need anything.

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