Englund, Michele D.

December 20, 1966 - November 18, 2020

Michele ‘Chele’ Pegues Englund, of Huffman, Texas passed away November 18, 2020.

Chele was a dedicated Registered Nurse serving infants and families in the neonatal unit at Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital in Humble, Tx. Born in Houston, Texas on December 20, 1966, Chele grew up in Humble, Texas and graduated from Humble High School and then received her Nursing Degree from North Harris College. She met her life partner, Karl, at the age of 14 and they married six years later. Karl and Chele have been an inspiration for a loving life for 39 years. Chele loved her family dearly and supported and participated with her family’s unusual and eclectic careers such as building and racing cars and professional MMA fighting. She cared deeply for animals and loved to travel, whether that be to a resort, a motorcycle or RV tour, or on a boat, Chele was always up for an adventure.

Chele is survived by her husband, Karl, her two sons, Taylor and wife Delaina, and Kolton; her sister Tamara Paul, husband John and their sons, Jamie and Jarred; her brothers: Randy Pegues, wife Sherry and their children, Lyndsay and Tyler; David Hensarling, wife Debra and their sons, Robert and Mikal; and Curtis Hensarling, wife Vicki and their son, Matthew. She is further survived by sister-in-laws: Robin Garrett, husband Bill, and daughter Rachel, husband Travis, and Alison Heath, husband Will and daughters Ana, Alix, and Andi.

Preceding her in death were her parents: Frances Pegues Fabian, Marshel Pegues, Jean Pegues, and her sister Marsha Jeanine Pegues.

Services will be held on Monday, November 23 at Darst Funeral Home in Kingwood with the viewing at 10 am and service at 11 am. Graveside at Rosewood Cemetery in Humble at 12:30.

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A visitation will be held on Monday, November 23, 2020 from 10:00 until 11:00 with a funeral service at 11:00 am at Darst Funeral Home. Interment will be at Rosewood Funeral Home in Humble at 12:30 pm.

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7 replies on “Englund, Michele D.”

Gwen Holt says:

Karl,Kolton, Taylor & Delaina,we are praying for God to bless you with His sweet peace and wrap you in his loving arms. Michele will be greatly missed but always loved. Our condolences — Jack & Gwen

Mary Fruzia says:

So sorry for your loss. May the Lord comfort you at this very difficult time. I’ll miss working with Michele — her beautiful caring spirit that was evident as we cared for our tiny patients. I’ll miss her quick chuckles when we shared a few moments between our patient care. I think speak for all of us in Respiratory Therapy that she will be truly missed.

Donna Kettler says:

Praying for You in Your Loss

James & Donna Kettler says:

Karl, Taylor & Kolton — Praying for you in your Loss. There will be things that trigger tears and things that bring laughter, things that you never expected… but they’ll gently remind you of all the wonderful details that made life with your loved one such a precious gift.

Ann Stubbs says:

May God wrap His loving arms around all of you and keep all of you in His perfect peace. If I can do anything for any of you please let me know.

Ellie Lyke says:

Karl , Taylor, and Kolton no words can express my sadness at losing your wife, mother, and my friend and co worker. She was a joy to work with and a joy to know. I hope it helps to know there are many sharing in your sorrow. You are not alone. I pray the many happy memories we all have will sustain all of you as you go through this trying time. I
ask God to bring you peace and comfort until you all meet again in our eternal home.

Fred and Nicole Mancuso says:

Kolton, Taylor & Delaina,
“There is no one in this world like your mother. She was a special woman and she will be with y’all always.”
“I always admired your mother’s caring and selfless nature. She was someone who was always a pleasure to have around.”
Your mother was an amazing woman and she will truly be missed.” “A mother is with us always, first in her lifetime, then forever in our memory.”

Be always thankful for the days you shared. 🙂

“My deepest condolences to you and your family during this time.

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