(Houston, TX) -- A second funeral service will be held in Houston at 10a.m. (CST) this morning for former President George H.W. Bush. Former Secretary of State James Baker and Bush's grandson George P. Bush, who is also the Texas Land Commissioner, will both deliver eulogies.
The Oak Ridge Boys and country singer Reba McEntire will also perform. Six of former President Bush's granddaughters will be speaking and his grandsons are honorary pallbearers. The private service will be held at St. Martin's Episcopal Church.
The Program for Today's Service has been made public.
Nearly a thousand invited guests are expected to attend this morning’s funeral service for former President George H.W. Bush at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church. The funeral service will start at 10:00am and is scheduled to last 75 minutes.
In addition to Reba McEntire and the Oak Ridge Boys who will perform as part of the service, other highlights from the list of attendees (in no particular order) include:
- Former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger
- Actress Teri Hatcher
- Actos Chuck Norris
- Astronaut Walter Cunningham
- Houston Texan J.J. Watt
- Baseball Hall of Famer Craig Biggio of the Houston Astros
- Baseball Hall of Famer Jeff Bagwell of the Houston Astros
- Baseball Hall of Famer Nolan Ryan of the Houston Astros (and other lesser teams)
- Baseball Hall of Famer Tommy LaSorda of the Los Angeles Dodgers
- Baseball player Bob Aspromonte of the Houston Colt .45s and Astors
- Baseball player Ken Aspromonte of the Houston Astros (and other lesser teams)
- Baseball player Larry Dierker of the Houston Astros
- CBS Sports Coordinating Producer and Lead Game Producer Lance Barrow
- Former Notre Dame Basketball Coach Digger Phelps
- Former Texas A&M Football Coach R.C. Slocum
- Former NBA Player and Hall of Famer Clyde “The Glide” Drexler
- Former NBA Player Dikembe Mutumbo of the Houston Rockets
- Former NBA Player Yao Ming of the Houston Rockets
- Business icon and Houston Rockets owner Tilman Fertitta
- Philanthropists Nancy and Rich Kinder
- Businessman and former Houston Astros Owner Drayton McLane
- Houston icon and entrepreneur Jim “Matress Mack” McIngvale
- Country Singer Larry Gatlin
- Country Singer Crystal Gayle
KTRH'S Audrey Morton was in line late last night along with other Houstonians paying final respects to George H.W. Bush at St. Martin's Episcopal Church.