Herman Gene Black, Jr., 54, of Georgetown, was called Home by our Lord and Savior on Monday, November 13, 2023. Herman was born on May 3, 1969.
Herman had a love for cars, which turned his passion into a career, where he was an amazing Car Salesman in Austin and continued after moving to Baltimore, Maryland. Herman later learned how to stripe parking lots from his dear friend, Walter. Herman worked for Wheeler, then Texas Materials, and later for Applied Materials, where his exceptional work promoted him to Foreman for Applied Materials. He worked for Applied Materials until his health would not allow him to continue doing the job anymore.
Herman could light up a room when he walked in. He always had a smile and never met a stranger. Always a helping hand when needed. All the kids looked up to Herman as Uncle. So many people loved Herman.
Herman married Sundra Tubbs, and a year later she passed away in August 2022. Herman had three children, Kristen, Alexis, and Keenan; four grandchildren, Amelia Hunter, Jack Atterberry, Greyson Atterberry, and Atlas Atterberry.
Herman was preceded in death by his wife, Sundra Black; grandparents, Rainey and Dora Mays, and Alma Black; and his brother, Paul Black.
Herman leaves to cherish his memories his mother, Jackylan Wilson (Lindsey); father, Herman Black, Sr. (Vera); his three children, Kristen Gutierrez Atterberry and husband, Jon Atterberry, of Ratcliff, KY, Alexis Black Hudson and husband, Jamel Coy Hudson, of Bay Shores, NY, and Keenan Black of Baltimore, MD; his sister, Tracy Muhammad (Jeff) of Austin, TX; step-sisters, Pfylissa Mackey and Lonya White; step-brothers, Lindsey R. Wilson III., and James Wilson; grandchildren, Amelia Hunter, Jack Atterberry, Greyson Atterberry, and Atlas Atterberry; nephews, Marc Lott, A’Darius Lott (Makaela), Ahmad Muhammad (Lintavia), Maajid Muhammad, Makai Muhammad; niece, Aaliyah Muhammad; great-nieces, Arius Lott, Elias Lott, Alaïa Muhammad, Millie, Alias; dear friend, Eric Collier of Baltimore, MD who was always there for Herman when he lived in Baltimore and even after he moved back to. Texas; and a host of uncles, aunts, cousins, relatives, and friends. He was loved by many who miss him very much.
The family would like to thank everyone for their prayers and love during Herman’s life journey. We will never forget all that you have done.