Diana Brenham

HAR extends condolences to family, friends and colleagues of member Diana Brenham, 59, who died at her home in Cypress on January 1, 2023 of Multiple Myeloma. Diana was with Better Homes and Gardens Gary Greene’s Cy-Fair office.

Diana Lynn Snow Brenham was born August 31, 1963. She is preceded in death by her parents: Gertrude Szymanski Snow and Floyd Snow; brother Scott Anthony Snow and father-in-law, James Wayne Brenham. She is survived by husband, Gregory Wayne Brenham, son, Scott Gregory Brenham, grandson, Jesse James Scott Brenham; sisters: Cathleen Snow Going and husband Ron, and Phyllis Snow Perry and husband Justin; sister-in-law Sherri Brenham Vargas and husband Leandro, and mother-in- law, Rebecca Brenham; nephews Ron V. Going and wife Brandi Kovalski, Dalton Schooley, and James Vargas; nieces Christie Going, Pamela Schooley and Lauren Vargas; great nephew Matthew Going and great niece Dalena Alaniz.

Diana was a loving wife to Greg for 27 years. Her greatest joy was her son, Scott, and grandson, J.J. She was Scott’s number one fan and supporter. J.J. was truly the light of her life. During her tough fight with cancer, he brought laughter and fun into her life as only a three-year-old can do.

Diana pursued her true passion by being a REALTOR® at Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Gary Greene – Cy-Fair. Diana worked tirelessly with Greg to create Third Coast Cookers and was the reason for the charity, Third Coast Community Partners, which helped feed first responders and those displaced during Hurricane Harvey, provided scholarships for graduating seniors, and provided laptops to children during the COVID lockdown. She enjoyed giving back through her 25 years of service to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo as a member of Communications & Broadcast, Parade, School Art, and Llama & Alpaca committees. Diana was also very proud to be a member of the Rosehill Social Club and for the financial help provided to families in need in our community.

Diana loved God, her family and friends, plants and flowers, apple pie, Blue Bell Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream, coconut cream pie, Christmas, Bluebonnets, home-grown tomatoes, country music, and all kinds of animals. And, you were blessed if you ever heard her beautiful voice sing.

A memorial service was held January 12, 2023 at Lakewood United Methodist Church in Houston.

The family welcomes donations to M. D. Anderson Cancer Center in Diana’s name for the excellent care they provided to her. Please also consider giving blood regularly to the M. D. Anderson Blood Bank.


Member obituaries and visitation/funeral arrangements for posting on HAR’s Member Only Portal and in the Houston REALTOR®® may be sent to David Mendel at david.mendel@har.com.