Lady Doris Ernestine Gardener Ratliff is a native of St. Louis, Missouri. She is the daughter of the Late Ernest Sr. & Rena Gardener and the oldest of seven children. Doris graduated from summer High School in St. Louis and continued her studies at Forest Park Community College in St. Louis.
John Wooden once said, "A good coach can change a game. A great coach can change a life." With a phenomenal athletic coaching record which includes: 203 wins, 101 losses and one tie; Coach Charles Brown's legacy is one which places him on a platform to compete with some of the world's greatest coaches.
Barbara Faye Wilrich was born March 31, 1927 in Montgomery, Texas to Tommie Ward and Angie Hatchett-Ward. She attended school in the Montgomery County Public School District until 1941 when her family relocated to Houston in the Acres Home area
Herbert Winston Johnson was born on August 8, 1946 to the union of Herbert and Katie Mae Johnson in Houston, Texas. He received his formal education from George Washington Carver High School in Houston, Texas.
On December 23, 2013, the life Tiffany Adams once knew was never the same again. After a tragic car accident that left Tiffany a double amputee, she had to find her purpose in life again.
Dr. Harris holds a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Biology from the University of Houston, a Master of Medical Science (MMS) from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Clear Lake and a Doctorate of Medicine (MD) from Texas Tech University School of Medicine.
HOUSTON – For over 35-years Roy Douglas and Shirley Ann Malonson have tirelessly served countless of lives throughout the state of Texas and around the country.
Boy Scout Troop 212 has been in the community since 1947. It originated in Third-Ward when it was predominately white, but over the years the culture changed into a much more diverse and well established financial Black community.