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Otherwise, the Journal publishes the obituaries exactly as the funeral homes publish them on their websites. Memorial services will be at 10 am, Wednesday, Nov.
Additional memorial services will be at 3: Private burial was in Northlawn Memorial Gardens. Clara Fae was born Nov. She was the chairperson of the American Cancer Society in Dumas. Clara Fae was a member of First Baptist Church. Damon Akins, pastor of the church, officiating. Interment will follow in Stratford Cemetery.
Arrangements are entrusted to Morrison Funeral Directors. She was united in marriage to Kennith Freeman in February 23, in Luton, Bedfordshire and came to America in as a warbride. The couple would eventually move to Dumas. Angie loved painting, gardening, hummingbirds, daffodils and butterflys. She was extremely proud of her British heritage and had a deep love for her children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and great-great grandchildren. She was a member of First Assembly of God and will be missed by all who loved and knew her.
Carlos Granados, 52 of Cactus, passed away on Friday, October 14, Interment will follow in Dumas Cemetery. He had worked at Stratford Grain and most recently at Sunray Co-op. Loraine Hess, 94 of Dumas, passed away on Wednesday, October 19, She graduated from Stillwater High School at the top of her class. She later attended Northwestern Oklahoma State University on a basketball scholarship.
She was united in marriage to W. Hess on August 16, in Oklahoma; he preceded her in death in after over 70 years of marriage. The couple moved to Dumas in where they would build their life. She loved her kids and grandkids, especially cooking for them. She was the epitomy of a mother and grandmother. She was a member of the First Street Church of Christ and will be missed by all who knew her.
In addition to her husband she was also preceded in death by her parents; 2 sisters: Anne and Bert; and a grandson Shane Hess. She was survived by her sons: Thurmelda Moore and husband Ladin of Amarillo, TX; 9 grandchildren, 19 great grandchildren and 2 great-great grandchildren.
Andrew Martin, pastor of the church, officiated. Interment followed at Lane Memorial Cemetery. She was a member of the community since and worked for the City of Sunray for over 25 years as the office manager. Johnnie was united in marriage to Leon Cripps on November 16, in Sunray; he preceded her in death in She later married Grady Morton. Johnnie loved quilting, crossword puzzles, and reading. Johnnie will be dearly missed by all who knew her.
Johnnie is survived by her husband Grady; daughter: Cripps and wife Missy of Sunray; brother: Tom Robinett of Sunray; sister: Maxine Thrasher of Dumas; and grandchildren: Ashley, Buck, and Jake.
Lenny Denning, 61 of Dumas, passed away on Monday, October 3, Lenny was born November 10, to F. In , he was united in marriage to Joni Even in Barbados. He had been a resident of Dumas since Lenny had been employed by Halliburton for 10 years and then Valero for 25 years as a pipefitter. He never missed a day of work. Lenny was an avid fan of the Denver Broncos, and before NFL ticket, was known to drive all the way back to Colorado just to catch a game on t.
Lenny was always proud of his daughters. He took every opportunity given to brag about them and his grandkids. He will be dearly missed by his family and friends. Interment will follow in Northlawn Memorial Gardens.
He had been a resident of Dumas since and graduated from Dumas High School in In , he was united in marriage to Dina Saenz in Dumas. Joe had been employed at Chevron Phillips for 30 years where he was a manual writer.
Most of all he was a family man; he especially loved spending time with his children and grandson. Joe was a member of Grace Thru Faith and will be dearly missed by his family and friends. Joe is survived by his wife Dina of the home; daughter: Ryan Scroggins of Dumas; parents: Julius Scroggins of Canyon; and numerous nephews and nieces. The family suggests memorials be made to the American Heart Association, P. Tommy, the oldest of four brothers, loved all sports, which he played at Dumas High School until graduation in Upon graduation, Tommy attended Hardin Simmons University and was a proud member of the class of Tommy turned his love of sports into a brief coaching career.
He would spend the majority of his career as an accomplished salesman for a national industrial chemical company. In addition, Tommy and his brothers were proud owners of The Smoke Shop in Amarillo, started by their father over 40 years ago.
Tommy always put his children and his family first. Tommy will be a son, brother, and father that will be greatly missed. Tommy believed in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, and we know that today he joins Him and family members gone before to live forever in His glory.
Known best as Grandpa or Elo, he is survived and loved by his grandchildren Sloan and Collins Cook, as well as Ava and Luke Allen, and many beloved nieces and nephews.
Visitation for Tommy will begin on Wednesday evening, September 21, at 6: Services will be Thursday, September 22, at The family requests that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the National Pancreatic Cancer Foundation. Mark Wallis, pastor of the church, officiated. The couple eventually made their home in Dumas, Lucille preceded him in death in the year He later married Virginia Poe and she also preceded him in death.
Buddy was a mechanic at Excel Helium Plant where he retired from in Buddy loved to play the guitar at church and enjoyed his time spent with the grandparent group, which met every Friday at alternating homes for fellowship and a meal. He loved drinking coffee and spending time with his family where much laughter was shared. He was a founding member of the Life Tabernacle Church. In addition to his wives, he was preceded in death by his parents, one brother, one sister, and a great grandchild, Madison Kelley.
He is survived by his children: At his request, no services will be held. Tip was born Dec. Tip was a member of the VFW. Survivors include a daughter, Thelma Elaine Heller of Ft. Worth; a son, Michael L. Worth and Ann Campos of Roanoke; 17 great-grandchildren; and 18 great-great-grandchildren.
Services will be at Burial will be at Northlawn Memorial Gardens. Guadalupe was born on Sept. She had worked at JBS for many years. He enjoyed taking over the world. Coach Erickson is survived by his wife Jamie Erickson of the home; parents: The family suggests memorials be made to: Wendy Paola Beltran, 19 of Dumas, passed away on September 10, Interment will follow at Dumas Cemetery./p>
A graveside funeral service will be conducted at 2 p. Thursday at Culpepper National Cemetery. Hill and Wood Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Kline, 62, of Arlington, Virginia, on May, He is survived by his brother Charles R. He was preceded in death by his sister, Virginia Camplair. Funeral services will be held Saturday,May 22 at Memorial contributions may be made in his memory to Faith Lutheran Church. Thank you for your inquiry to my sister, Bettie, regarding our brother, George Koenig.
What you heard is correct. George passed away in It is hard to believe it has been so long. George remembered his high school years at Wakefield fondly and it is a tribute to you all that you have kept in touch over these years. George was a lifelong learner. He had many loves - most of all his family and bubble-back Volvos! He enjoyed car rallies, skiing and golf. He was survived by his parents, who are since deceased, and his two brothers and three sisters, three of whom attended Wakefield.
George was a wonderful, devoted brother and we still feel his absence. We appreciate you remembering him. Please let me know you received this as I'm not sure I wrote the email address correctly when I spoke to my sister. Don Kraft died December 6, in Littleton, Colorado.
Don was born February 26, in Washington D. Don only attended Wakefield his senior year. Don retired in and eventually moved to Littleton to be near family. The last three years of his life he fought two types of cancer, finally succumbing late last year. My Mom and Dad moved to their Park Drive residence in when the house was brand new.
He transferred to Wakefield for his Senior year for academic reasons — if he were available he could explain the situation better than I can. My mom and Dad stayed on Park Drive until after all the kids were gone and then moved to the Chatham Arlington Blvd. Don and his wife ended up buying the house from them and he did a lot of much needed work on it — he was always a pretty handy guy and a licensed electrician later on.
He ended up selling it about after living there for about 5 years or so — the RE market was booming back then. Funeral arrangements by Lotz Roanoke Chapel. Baxter Lemmond, died at his home in Bon Air, Virginia, after a brave battle with a lengthy illness on September 30, William Park Lemmond, Jr. He is also survived by his loved Maluccan Cockatoo, "Hokie. After spending eight years as an investment broker in Richmond, he enrolled in the T. Williams School of Law at the University of Richmond.
He then practiced law in Virginia, Key West and St. An extremely avid Virginia Tech fan especially football , he could always be found wearing orange and maroon. He loved to travel and this passion took him to England, his clan's castle in Scotland, northern Europe and the Caribbean. Huguenot Road, Bon Air, at 2 p. Friends and family will gather at his home following the service. In lieu of flowers, please contribute to your favorite charity. She also leaves four grandchildren, one daughter-in-law, Heidi Heine, one son-in-law, Don Summers; other relatives and many friends.
Arrangements by Snowden Funeral Home. She is survived by her son, William H. After graduation and a few years in the Post Office, Steve joined the U. Park Police receiving the medal of valor in for rescuing a woman from drowning off Rock Creek Parkway. Retiring in he spent the next years in Annapolis, Maryland becoming the best sailor he could be. Even living aboard and sailing the Islands. Steve leaves three grown children and one grandchild.
Anita's passions were her roles as a mother, therapist, and member of the Friends to Bill W. She is survived by her daughter, Nicole Rennie of Decatur, her sisters: Memorial services are Saturday, December 2, at 4 p. Howard Avenue, Decatur, Georgia. The Cremation Society of the South is in charge of arrangements, The cause of death is not available.
She was reared in the metropolitan area of Washington, D. She received a master of liberal arts degree from Johns Hopkins University and a master of social work degree from the University of Oklahoma. She was a licensed certified social worker with licensure from the state of Georgia. McCain came to Annapolis, Maryland, in She lived in Oklahoma and then moved to Atlanta where she practiced her profession as a therapist.
She enjoyed being a therapist, a mother and member of the Friends of Bill W. Memorial services will be held at 4 p. Southwest Atlanta, Georgia Madison; son of Martha C. Madison and the late Emmett C. Thursday, April 3 and where funeral services will be held 4 p. Matulis II was killed in a plane crash November 29, Beloved husband of Linda Matulis; son of Lt. Memorial services will be held at Fort Myer Chapel at Please omit flowers to chapel.
Son of Mary D. Friends are invited to assemble at Columbia Gardens Cemetery for inurnment services on Saturday at Family suggests that memorial contributions be made to The American Cancer Society or to a charity of choice. Also survived by six grandchildren and a host of friends. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered on Monday, October 20, 10 a. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in his name to The Cathedral of St.
Mike grew up and attended Arlington County schools, graduating in from Wakefield. Upon graduation, he immediately enlisted into the Navy, serving on board ships in the South Pacific, in and around Viet Nam. Because he was 17 at the time of his enlistment, he got out in three years. He spent a few years in California, came back to Virginia, married, and enrolled in Strayer Business College.
Mike worked several years in Washington for the Credit Bureau during the day, and on weekends he managed the Redskins' visiting locker room, which led him to be invited to be the Baltimore Colts equipment manager - a job which he loved - for over 7 years. Mike did not travel to Indiana with the Colts. He moved back to Virginia and eventually went to work for GSA.
He was working there when he was in a horrible car accident, which left him as a quadriplegic. After a year, he asked to be removed from the feeding tubes, and as a result, he passed away a day later. He left many friends, family and touched many people with his generosity. He was predeceased by a son, Eric. David was a loving father, devoted grandfather "OPA", and caring friend. His memory and friendship will never be forgotten. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, Sugarloaf Parkway.
Wages and Sons Gwinnett, Lawrenceville Hwy, Lawrenceville, Georgia, online condolences may be expressed at www. A private family service will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers. Box , Fairfax, Virginia Michel died Monday of a heart attack, said his wife, Jean Mercer. Following his football career, Michel worked for the U. Postal Service, retiring after 35 years. His marriage ended in divorce shortly after his Navy service.
He leaves two brothers, George and Louis of Northern Virginia. His entire family had been involved with food and restaurants since he was little. Pete had been living near Austin, Texas in a religious setting and was very content. He was a chef for the sect when he died. Born in Washington, D.
Evans was a graduate of Washington Bible College in and lived in Washington before coming to Aston 11 years ago. She was active with her husband's Christian Ministray and served as a missionary to Brazil as well as dean of women at Washington Bible College for two years. Presently, her ministry was teaching women's Bible studies, conferences and retreats locally and in Great Britain. Surviving are her husband, Rev. Evans; four sons, Rev.
Evans with the U. Navy in Seattle, Washington, and Mark Evans, at home: Evans, at home; her father, Dr. A memorial service will take place at 2 p.
Miller, on Wednesday, June 7, , of Kensington, Maryland. Beloved husband of Frances E. Interment Parklawn Memorial Park. Box , Glen Allen, Virginia The Washington Post, Washington D.
He lived in Kensington, Maryland. Before joining the institute in , Mr. Miller worked for 22 years in Rockville for J. Lee Associates, a government contractor. He graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and received a master's degree in electrical engineering from Purdue University in and a PhD in the same discipline from Catholic University in Miller was an active member of Knox Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Silver Spring, serving as an elder on the ruling committee of the church, a leader in the adult Bible study hour and choir member.
His hobbies included photography, playing the clarinet and saxophone, composing and listening to music, and solving Sudoku and cryptic crossword puzzles. Graveside service will be held at 3 p.
Graveside services will be held at 3: She married Ronnie Machalek on May 22, in Arlington. She was preceded in death by a sister, Sandi Moore. She enjoyed cooking, doing cross-stitch and working with children. She taught preschool for almost twenty years and was always helping others. Fred Newbold of Houston. Braddock Road, Alexandria, Virginia from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. Family requests that contributions be made to the American Diabetes Association in lieu of flowers. Christie, 59, will be held at 11 a.
Lambert Road, Glen Ellyn, Illinois Interment will be in Westmoreland. Barbara was a graduate of the University of Iowa. An occupational therapist, she served at Michael Reese Hospital in Chicago for 20 years and eventully became director of occupational therapy, a post she held until her departure. Barbara was also a licensed insurance agent and worked as the office manager of her husband's insurance agency in Wheaton, Illinois. Surviving are her husband, Steve Christie; father, Dr. Nuttall; and brother, James R.
Nuttall of Los Angeles, California. She was preceded in death by her mother, Virginia Nuttall. Visitation will be from 4 to 9 p. Roosevelt Road one block east of Naperville Road , Wheaton. Memorials in her name to Village Green Baptist Church would be appreciated.
Family and friends, are invited to sign the guest book at dailyherald. For information, Also survived by four grandchildren. Thank you and the committee for your condolences. Below are some of my thoughts about Neal for the memorial book. Neal Orr was a very interesting guy who lived a rich full life, in spite of never making his hoped-for million dollars. Who else do any of us know who, among other things, once filed a gold claim in Alaska, roughnecked in the oilfields of North Dakota, drove a taxi in New York City, produced summer stock on Cape Cod, pioneered in cable television programming, and operated a tugboat and barge business in New York Harbor?
Neal and I became friends in when we shared the same homeroom and geometry class. He was noticeable because of his redheaded temper, keen wit, and propensity for fun. Somewhere in the haze of adolescent mayhem that is high school, I recognized that he was also incredibly intelligent, kind, and generous. Years later, when he became my love, I found that these qualities had endured. To some extent we can define people by what and whom they value. Neal loved food, drink, smoke, an interesting book, a good joke, his buddies, me, and the family he acquired when we married - particularly the people we referred to as "the kids," who range in age from single digits to the 40s.
All the outstanding young doctors at Johns Hopkins who diagnosed Neal's fatal heart disease gave the same graceful response whenever we thanked them for their expertise and tender care.
When Neal came home under the supervision of hospice, we talked of our good times together, and he thanked me for being his wife.
Courtesy of Johns Hopkins, I knew to reply with the words, "it was a privilege. He was a practicing attorney in Springfield since Steven also was an adjunct faculty member at Western New England College. He was a past President and member of the Board of Directors of the E. Steven was predeceased by a brother, David, who died in The funeral will be Monday October 21st at 8 a.
He enjoyed fishing, motorcycles, boating and radio controlled planes and boats. After graduation from high school, Carol Sue spent her freshman year at the University of Virginia, Women's branch. Then, she moved to Hawaii to attend the University of Hawaii where her father was stationed on Oahu.
While there she enjoyed surfing and a lot of sun. Both her parents agree that Carol Sue had too much fun in Hawaii and she soon left school and moved back to the mainland California to work. There, she met and fell in love with Bob Mullen.
Their first daughter, Patricia, was born in They followed with another daughter, Colleen, in They found a house near the beach and down the street from Carol Sue's parents, Susie and Manley Perry.
Carol Sue had always wanted to finish her college education so she enrolled at Saddleback College and Cal State Fullerton and took night courses while raising their two daughters. In , a son, Timothy Sean, was born making the family complete with two girls and a boy. After Carol Sue earned her degree, she worked as an accountant. After a few years working with a tax attorney, she started CS Mullen and Associates, which specialized in personal tax preparation, While Carol Sue worked extremely hard and long hours, she spent many days on the beach with friends and her family.
During her free time, which was limited, Carol Sue was always volunteering to serve on school boards or home association boards. In at the age of 47, Carol Sue was diagnosed with Stage 3 lung and brain cancer. After a long and very hard fight, she passed away in Laguna Beach on March 5, at the age of Carol Sue will always be remembered for her infectious smile and engaging personality. She was a friend, a wife and the best mother.
Carol Sue's husband, Bob, passed away in Her daughter, Patty, lives in Dana Point with her two children and husband. Colleen, lives in San Francisco with her husband and stepson and is expecting her first child. Tim lives in Danville, California with his wife and two children. Carol Sue's father, Manley, passed away in Susie still lives in Dana Point as well.
He was born on September 15, in Washington, D. He served in the U. Army and in Vietnam. He retired from NSWC in and later returned to work as a contractor. He enjoyed working on his cars, his motorcycle and doing yard work. He also enjoyed doing jobs around the house, his family describes him as "Mr. Box , Alexandria, Virginia or online at www. Bizzack, the morning of Sunday, August 27, , on Comair Flight , which crashed, while attempting to take off from Blue Grass Airport in Fayette County, Kentucky, four miles west of the central business district of the City of Lexington.
Married for 35 years, the couple has two children, a son, Jason, 26, and a daughter, Stacey, 24, both of Lexington.
Bizzack, a native of Lynchburg, Virginia, was an accomplished equestrian and caring horsewoman, raising and showing Tennessee walkers, Belgians, Percherons and Mountain Pleasure horses as well as providing pasture for retired thoroughbreds. She was accomplished in the farm's cattle operations, including breeding and sales.
She had a long standing reputation as an animal lover. She cared for and bred Sicilian burros. In addition, her "extended family" included both purebred and rescued dogs, as well as other animals. In fact, hummingbirds hovering near her feeders were known to perch on her hand. She was also an enthusiastic traveler and had recently visited Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the American west.
She served in a variety of executive and legal secretarial positions in Washington, D. When she moved to Kentucky in , she worked as secretary to the President of Millersburg Military Institute. Later she worked as an executive assistant to the president of Kentucky Central Insurance Company and as an office manager for Hagyard, Davidson, McGee - an equine veterinarian clinic.
Bizzack was known to friends and family for her quick smile, generosity and caring nature. She was dedicated to her large extended family that included 28 nieces and nephews. Main Street, in Lexington from 5 to 8 p. Funeral services, also at Good Shepherd, will be held at 10 a. Burial will follow at the Lexington Cemetery.
She retired from Lincoln Financial Group. She was preceded in death by her husband, Ronald Weber; and son, Christopher Weber. Arrangements made by D. Memorials may be made to the family. Podrasky was born on June 6, in Scranton, Pennsylvia.
He is survived by his mother, Camilla M. He is predeceased by his father Gregory George Podrasky. Michael Catholic Church, St. Michael Lane, Annandale, Virginia Donations may be made to the Virginia Elks Fund, Inc. Congress Street, New Market, Virginia She was born July 4, in California and lived in Asheville for the last years of her life.
Anna was a teacher, missionary, social worker and healer. She was also a founding member of Center of Unlimited Possibilities C. Memorial service will be held at a later date. Billie Ann Walker, known to many of you as Anna, granduated from Earthschool on August 30th, after an unexpected return of her cancer. Her passing was peaceful and without pain; her memory still shines within all of us; and her soaring spirit lives on! You are invited to a celebration of Anna's life at Jubilee!
Please join her friends and family for this memorial in her honor. Throughout his professional life he held many key roles in many large, diverse and complex projects which include sports facilities, airports, hotels and civil buildings, such as Staples Center, USC Galen Center, Invesco Field, Chase Field, Hawaii Prince Hotel and many other projects.
He is recognized by all the people he knows for his integrity, sincerity, humor, generosity, and his golf swing. Vernon's influence is far reaching, not only with his family and friends, but throughout the architectural and construction industry which he will have a profound influence on for many years to come. We pray the Lord your soul to take. Steven James Rees lost his courageous battle with cancer on Oct.
He is survived by his wife, Winkie; Sons Steven J. Gordon Rees, Nicholas C. Rees, daughter Ellen S. Ronnlof Joseph ; Step-children John S. Jackson Lisa , Carrie E. Flamer Jeffery ; Sisters Susan R. Bittle Terry ; 12 grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
He traveled the world first with his father's military career and then with his own. Steve served with the U. After retirement, Steve entered the world of banking, but his true passion was serving with the Boy Scouts.
He exemplified the ideals of scouting and was dedicated to sharing those ideals with the youth of Manatee County. He was a talented instructor and was always willing to share his knowledge with other scouters. Steve received many awards from the Scouts including the Silver Beaver Award.
Steve was a true Christian and lived by his beliefs. His dedication touched many lives and he will be greatly missed. Condolences can be e-mailed to: In lieu of flowers, please consider contributions to Camp Flying Eagle at: Max Lee, the Rev. Keith Jeselink, and the Rev. Survivors include his wife, Amaryllis Lea Rich, Mangham: Beloved husband of Diane M. Michael Robertson of Springfield, Virginia.
He is also survived by two grandchildren, Kyle and Emma Hammersley. Interment to follow in Fairfax City Cemetery. Graveside services will be held on Monday, November 1, at Mt. Arrangements by Colonia Funeral Home of Leesburg. Lance served in the U. Navy for three separate enlistments: He is buried in Summersille, West Virginia. June 23, Graham Leith Ruppert, on June 20, , in an automobile accident. Graham spent most of his quiet life as an analyst at the super-secret National Security Agency at Fort Meade, Maryland, never telling his four children the details of his work.
He and his wife of 28 years, Sandra Lea Ruppert, raised their family in a split-level duplex snug against a patch of woods on Chapelgate Road in Odenton, Maryland. The suburban neighborhood of chain-link fences, dusty pickups and boat trailers sits about five miles from the barbed wire of the NSA, a high-tech listening post in western Anne Arundel County charged with breaking codes and gathering foreign intelligence. A former NSA worker said Ruppert worked rotating shifts as a mid-level supervisor in the operations room of the main building, a towering blue-glass cube flanked by massive antenna arrays.
Like many at NSA, Ruppert kept to himself. Even in high school, he participated in few activities other than science clubs. Talking to people but not really looking at them. Joseph Mercy Hospital with family and friends by her side after a brief but valiant battle with cancer.
Karen was an active member of St. In both her private and professional life, Karen Dickinson will be most remembered for the gentle and insightful way she empowered people to reach their highest potential. After receiving a bachelor's degree in Sociology from the college of Language, Science, and the Arts at the University of Michigan in , Karen began work, at the Population Studies Center at the University of Michigan in September of that year.
There, she acted as a technology liaison to numerous academic units, helping people make effective use of technology to further workplace satisfaction, productivity and community. She will be deeply missed by a loving circle of friends and colleagues. Karen is survived by her loving husband of 44 years, Kenneth K. Dickinson, their three children: Dickinson of Chicago Illinois. Olson , of Chicago; Kathryn S.
A Memorial Mass is planned at The family requests that memorial contributions be made to the Dickinson Family Charitable Scholarship Fund for undergraduate students in need. Other contributions could be made to St. He specialized in logistics and was Director of Operations for North America as well as Manager of Fleet Control in the logistics department. A golf enthusiast, Don volunteered annually at three PGA-sponsored golf events which benefit charities related to social improvement, medical support and youth activities.
He was also a published author of several computer guides and manuals. A reception will follow. Curtis John Schoppert was born January 16, John graduated from Wakefield High School on June 14, He married Louetta M. John also is survived by 3 grandchildren: Curtis passed away on May 15, in Fairfax, Virginia of cancer.
I reviewed the Wakefield High School alumni website and saw the memoriam page. I am the executor of my father's probate estate and I believe there was no obituary published regarding my father.
For your convenience, here is a short summary of my father's life for publication on the Wakefield High School website:. Doug Scott was born in Washington, D. After graduating from high school, he earned a B. He was particularly proud of his experience as a varsity football player for Wakefield H. He married Jo Anne W. Scott nee Winney on September 17, at the Arlington Presbyterian Church on Columbia Pike, and was married to her for the next 40 years until her death on September 18, He loved his wife very much and never recovered from her death.
Their marriage produced two children. He lived in Arlington until March of when he purchased a home in Annandale, Virginia where he lived until his death 42 years later. He began his career as a U. Postal Service, rose quickly through the civilian federal workforce reaching GS in , and retired as a GS with the Federal Emergency Management Agency at the end of He is survived by his brother, David L. Scott of Arlington, Virginia; his daughter, Cordia V. Hennaman of Chesterfield County, Virginia; and six grandchildren.
I would be interested in talking to anyone who remembers my father from his days at Wakefield High School. Thank you for taking the trouble to keep the alumni website going. There are no immediate survivors. Memorial Mass will be at 3: Cremation was in Rosslyn. John served in the United States Army and was a Vietnam veteran. John loved sailing and working on cars. John was a very loving and caring man who will be missed by all who knew and loved him.
John was preceded in death by his parents. Family will receive friends on Saturday, November 6, from 12 Noon until time of service at 1 p. Interment in National Memorial Park. Sipes was a native and resident of Arlington. As a salesman of audio systems and scuba diving equipment, he combined his avocation and vocation. He also worked with Audio Associates in Arlington. Ron was raised in the coal mining country of south western Virginia and West Virginia as his father worked as miner and later a butcher for the company store.
He was a member of the "Rocket Boys. During his last year of high school his family moved to Northern Virginia where he graduated from Arlington's Wakefield High School in He worked for the National Chamber of Commerce and later became a computer programmer for the Washington Post. He went to work for the True companies of Casper as a computer programmer in August and they were married in February of He was a member of the Casper Petroleum Club. Ron served on the board of directors and spent a year as president.
An avid reader, Ron was a wordsmith and a firm believer in self education. Ron enjoyed his dog, visiting with his family, and traveling. Ron Sizemore died on February 19, in his Casper home after a five year bout with renal cell cancer under the care of his wife Jane and Hospice.
Memorial services will be Tuesday, February 24th at 2: Drum was born in Newport, Vermont, and reared in Arlington, Virginia. She graduated from Wakefield High School in A certified dental technician of the American Dental Assistants Association, she received her professional training from various orthodontists in the Washington area.
From to she was an assistant to Dr. Since then she had worked for Dr. Brendan Stack in Vienna. Survivors include her husband, Dr. Drum of Alexandria, Virginia, an orthodontist; her mother, Margaret T. Slayton, also of Alexandria, and a brother, Dr. Slayton, a physician of Blacksburg, Virginia. He loved his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and was devoted to his family and friends. He had many hobbies, including calligraphy and photography.
Funeral will be held at 11 a. The family will receive friends one hour prior to service. Burial will follow in Cedar Hill Cemetery. Petersburg, Florida Robert Q. He was born in Washington, D. He was a graduate of American University, Washington, D. Petersburg, Florida; and 10 grandchildren. Solomon of Alexandria, Virginia; son of Mary M. Johnson; brother of John O.
Interment at Quantico National Cemetery. I wanted to let you all know that my dear mom, Anne Orr, passed away Monday morning after a diagnosis of stage 4 lung cancer in early November. Her cup of joy was full, and her responsibilities were complete. In November just before Thanksgiving, Mom came out to California to live in an assisted living facility blocks from me and my husband Andrew after a truly comical stay living in close quarters with her daughter again in a hotel waiting for her place to be ready.
She entered hospice care right away. I went to see her every day, and her caregivers were great. It was difficult to see this quick witted and outspoken woman with such considerable powers reduced in that way that cancer operates. I was grateful that end came mercifully quickly.
I know that you all know my mom. She loved books especially mysteries , history her major at MWC when we graduated together in , cats, writing, painting, the ocean, seashells, the color blue, and the Obamas seriously, they have been a particular passion since Mom, a liberal Democrat to the her core, has wonderful stories of her working life in Washington, D.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Then, she was invited back onto the elevator by Dr. I think that she really missed working in political circles after , when Reagan entered office and even liberal clerical workers were out of fashion. Anne will be cremated with no service, according to her wishes.
I will leave her Facebook page up for a while if people would like to post remembrances to share with her friends. If anyone would like to make a contribution to an organization in her memory, may I suggest the Organizing for America, National Organization for Women, Planned Parenthood, or if none of those are your cup of tea, then the American Cancer Society.
Spedden of Gainesville, Virginia, passed peacefully on December 18, He is survived by his wife Launie Spedden, sons James E. Loving father-in-law to Jennifer Spedden and Katarina Spedden. Devoted grandfather to Jenna S. Spedden and Colten K.
He is also survived by his sister Barbara J. Spedden and his brother Arthur L. Spedden, Jr and his wife Joshlyn Spedden. Born and residing in Virginia for most of his life James dedicated much of the twilight of his time on this earth in service to God through personal evangelism and a committed focus to be in relationship with his Heavenly Father.
A gifted athlete in his youth, sports played a very active role in his professional passion and interests. Our family is comforted knowing that he is in Heaven and by the prayers and support offered by both our friends and Church family members. There will be a time for visitation Wednesday December 28, at Funeral services will be held on Wednesday December 28, at 1: Interment will follow at National Memorial Park.
They moved to Port Austin, Michigan where she passed away in She was a resident of Baywoods Community in Annapolis, Maryland, where she enjoyed many friends. Barbara lived in many places throughout her youth as the daughter of a career United States Air Force military father, whom she loved and admired greatly. She married, became a mother, and particularly enjoyed her many years living in Cary, North Carolina, prior to relocating to Annapolis to be near family.
She was appreciated by many for her special talents as an interior designer, which she studied at Purdue University, and that passion is something she passed along to her daughters. She enjoyed being outdoors in warm weather and gardening became a favorite hobby. She had a penchant for creating beautiful homes, and was also a wonderful cook.
She was an avid reader and enjoyed exploring and discussing history and politics. She enjoyed deep conversation. Barbara loved animals, especially her dogs. She enjoyed riding horses in her youth and in college, and admired them for their majesty and beauty.
Barbara volunteered her time as a special helper at her grandchildren's elementary school. She was known and appreciated for her kindness and for being a help to her neighbors and friends. She was especially comforted by her church communities, as well as the community of friends in Severna Park, where she also lived prior to moving to Annapolis. The family would like to send a special thanks to her very loving and dear companion, Col. Barbara was preceded in death by her husband, Stephen G.
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention http: Cause of death is not available. Swick served in the Army in Panama and was honorably discharged in He moved to Olympia, Washington in He was employed by Artistry in Flowers. Swick is survived by his parents, Richard A. Thorpe was born July 17, , in Washington, D. He started his own business, Quality Patent Printing in He taught faith and healing and prayed and ministered to those in need. He enjoyed nature and the outdoors.
Survivors include his wife, Deborah A. Thorpe of Philomont; his son. Tubbs, on March 17,, of Herndon, Virginia. Husband of Carolyn E. Tubbs, father of Brian E. Tubbs and Kimberly L. On Friday, March 20, the family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. Funeral services will be held at Thomas was preceded in death by a daughter, Hope Howard. The family will receive friends Wednesday evening from 6 - 8 PM at the funeral home.
He later changed his name to Vandale. He had two children with Roberta Ann Frost: Wendy Vandale and James Vandale. Dean Vandale died May 5, Brother of Roger Wagner. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held 11a. Monday, December 11 at St. Philips Catholic Church, St. Philips Court, Falls Church, Virginia. Virlean Wessberg of Lapuente, California. Services on Friday, January 8, at 2 p. He was born March 6, and was preceded in death by his parents Doris and Joseph, Jr. He is survived by two brothers, Thomas and Robert; four children, Betty, Jay, John and Penny; three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
He was the husband for 40 years of Patricia A. Also survived by numerous cousins and close friends Gary and Shirley Evans. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. The Reverend Mary Pat Ashby will officiate. Online condolences may be expressed to the Webb Family at: He was a retired lieutenant colonel in the U. He was awarded the Order of the Eagle in Boy Scouts. He served with the 82nd Airborne Division, Special Forces.
His life was devoted to his country and his family. A memorial service will be conducted at 1 p. He was greeted by his wife, Mary Ann Harmon, who he married April 1st, in Arlington and missed greatly since her passing eight years ago. A daughter, Sheila Willingham, is deceased as well as two sisters, a brother and parents. Services will be held at Hilgenfeld Mortuary, Anaheim. I visited with the parents of Jeff Winter several years ago, since Jeff and I were close buddies in high school.
They told me the following: Jeff was visiting relatives in the Buffalo, New York area. There was a big snow storm and Jeff went out to help shovel the sidewalk. He slipped on the ice and fell, hitting his head on concrete. He later went to bed rather than getting examined, thinking the blow to his head was not serious.
Unfortunately, he died in his sleep from a brain hemorrhage. His parents still live in South Arlington, Virginia. She was predeceased by her sister, Diane "Lynn" Carpenter. She is survived by her devoted husband of 45 years, Ronald L. Alexander and her beloved parents; John E.
Wolf of Bradenton Florida and Edna M. She was born in Washington D. She graduated from Wakefield High School in , furthered her education at Strayer College and married in March of She then moved to Springfield, Virginia. She settled in her waterfront home in Heathsville, Virginia in , where she enjoyed watching the beauty of nature. Peggy was a kindhearted woman who showed great compassion for her friends, family and loved ones.
She was a sterling example of strength, purpose and determination and most of all had a deep and abiding love for her family and friends. Joseph Bessler and Dr. Steve Glessner, 51 William B. Graham Court, Kilmarnock, Virginia Online remembrances may be made at faulknerfamilyfuneralhome. Woods worked for a local printing firm after leaving Wakefield.
During his stint with the Army he served in Colorado, and after an honorable discharge he battled cancer and was treated with "the newest aggressive" procedures at Georgetown University Hospital.
This was an extremely hard time for him and the family. He celebrated the Bicentennial by getting a red, white, and blue van with an American eagle emblazoned on the side. He loved taking road trips and took his motorcycle to Colorado, Florida, Connecticut and Nova Scotia. Once during one of numerous stays at the Veterans' Hospital in Washington, D. Another surprising conversation he had was with folk singer Joan Baez late one summer night on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.
His life long friend was "Bucky" Florence. In spite of numerous hospitalizations his health required, he always was positive and looked for the best in others and in life in general. He is remembered for his caring and generous spirit.
Don died in December A graveside service will be held at noon Friday at Deschutes Memorial Gardens. A memorial service will follow at 1 p. Smith was born April 21, , in Washington D. She attended Bible College. Smith worked as a secretary until she retired in She enjoyed horses and being around her grandchildren. Autumn Funerals is in charge of arrangements. Born October 11, , in Washington, D. He suffered from diabetes, and when his condition allowed him to work, he was employed at the Cameron Station Commissary stand in Alexandria, Virginia, and the Navy Annex concession stand in Arlington.
Wright and his parents were among the first members of the congregation to be baptized at the Glen Carlyn Road Baptist Church. Wright's survivors include his father and a sister, Teresa W. Round, both of Shelby, North Carolina. Services were held for Mr. Bessie Elizabeth Gober; brother: Joseph William McAvoy; daughter: William Duby and Gavin Larsen.
Odelle is survived by his son: Mary Catherall and husband Paul of Dumas, TX; 10 grandchildren, 25 great grandchildren and 2 great-great grandchildren. The family suggests memorials be made to First Baptist Church, S. Fillmore, Amarillo, TX Jay McGaughy, pastor of the church, officiating. Family will receive friends from 6 pm to 8 pm on Thursday at the funeral home. Vivian was born on March 2, in Willow, OK. A devoted homemaker, she loved cooking and having the whole family get together.
She was a member of First Baptist Church and will be dearly missed by her family and friends. Vivian is survived by her children: Ruth Kreutziger, 96 of Dumas, passed away on Thursday, June 9, A Graveside Service is scheduled for John Miller, III, officiating. A Memorial Service will follow at Ruth was an avid quilter until she was unable and then knitted dishrags. Ruth was a loving and devoted homemaker and a member of St.
She will be dearly missed. In addition to her husband Harlan, she was preceded in death by a granddaughter: Carissa Miller in Ruth is survived by her children: The family suggests memorials be made to St. Bailey, 46 of Dumas, passed away on Thursday, June 2, Family services will be held at a later date. He grew up in Dumas and graduated from Dumas High School. He had worked as a deliveryman and was an avid collector.
He honorably served his country in the United States Army in the signal corp. He married Donna Bailey on October 31, , she preceded him in death. Brad Foster, pastor of the church, officiating. She was married to Ray Long Sr. She was an excellent cook and worked at several restaurants in Dumas.
Ruth loved to play Chicken foot. She loved her church and her church family and loved to sing. She also loved Church Visitation where she could get out and visit everyone. She was a member of Calvary Baptist Church. In addition to her husband, she was also preceded in death by her parents, and brothers Tom, Glen, and Fred Roberts; granddaughter: She is survived by her children: On July 20, , she married the love of her life, Tim Ward in Sunray.
Mary was a member of Paramount Baptist Church in Amarillo. Mary had a special place in her heart for all of her family, friends, and students. Mary had numerous hobbies. She enjoyed quilting, sewing for her grandchildren, crocheting, and tending to her flowers in her garden.
She also loved to cook especially for her family. Mary is survived by her husband Tim, of the home, son: Jared Ward and wife Shelly of Dumas; daughters: Mickey Lackey of Dumas; nieces: Together they made their home in Dumas, TX and just celebrated their 49th wedding anniversary. Nicacio was a member of Sts. Nicacio enjoyed many hobbies. He loved collecting and working on old cars, either keeping them or selling them again.
Nicacio was a loving and devoted father who loved to cook out with the family, especially on holidays, and vacationing with his grandchildren. Nicacio is survived by his wife Sylvia, of the home, daughters: Tony Nevarez of Dumas; brothers: Guadalupe Nevarez, and Jorge Nevarez both of El Paso; many numerous half brothers and sisters; 18 grandchildren and 5 great grandchilidren.
Herlinda Mares, pastor of the church, officiating. Interment followed at Dumas Cemetery. She was united in marriage to Manuel Trejo on December 16, ; he precedes her in death. Rosa was an active crafter. She enjoyed making hair bows, some of her own clothing, as well as decorations for the home.
Rosa was a loving and devoted homemaker who adored her family and loved spending time with her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Rosa is survived by her children: Hilda Avita and Herlinda Mares both of Dumas; brothers: Ignacio and Hector Arenivar both of Dumas; 7 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. After graduation, she moved to Dumas where she worked at Valero for over 36 years. She was united in marriage to Lee Johnson Jr.
Barbara was very active in church. She enjoyed playing softball, visiting her mother and especially spending time with her granddaughter. She was a member of Liberty Baptist Church in Dalhart.
Chauncey Spencer, pastor of the church, officiating. Services are entrusted to Morrison Funeral Directors. Sue graduated from Phillips High School in She was extremely close with both of her parents and believed that she would not be the woman she became without both their loving support and influence they had on her life.
After high school, she attended college at Frank Phillips Jr. She attempted to retire once more, but yet again she found the need to occupy herself, so the owners of Days Inn and Suites, Paresh and Kavita Bhakata, welcomed her to be a part of the Days Inn and Suites family. They shared many of the same interests and formed a very loving companionship.
She is survived by sons: Wendell Hughes and Robert Hughes; Sister: Linda Stewart; eleven grandchildren and fifteen great-grandchildren. David Jack Johnson passed away on Wednesday, May 18, After sixty-eight years of adventure, learning, setbacks, determination, courage, laughter, and grace, David was called home to the Lord.
Interment will follow at Lieb Cemetery. David grew up a third generation farmer in Morse, Texas. He was a dedicated farmer who took great pride and care of his land, crops, equipment, and animals. Not necessarily in that order. Everyone who knew him regarded his light-hearted spirit, calm demeanor, and quiet strength. David was extremely loving and proud of his three daughters, Alexis, Lisa, and Amanda.
He is also survived by his dedicated wife Gail; his brother and best friend, Mike and his wife Carla; his sister Kaye; his two delightful step-daughters; five son-in-laws; ten precious grandchildren; as well as his many loving aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and other friends. Maddox, Dumas, TX Maxine Hardy, 95 formerly of Sunray, passed away on Wednesday, May 18, She was united in marriage to George Hardy on March 21, ; he preceded her in death in Maxine cherished the trips she and George would take to Port Isabelle.
She had many hobbies. Maxine made unique eggs and made roses out of plastic spoons. She was very friendly and warm person; she was a people person. Maxine and George helped organize Senior Citizen in Sunray and loved playing skipbo and bingo. Maxine is survived by her daughters: Steve Hardy and wife Shonda of Plano; grandchildren: Hogue, 77, of Sunray, died Sunday, May 15, Burial will be at Lane Memorial Cemetery in Sunray. Melvin was born on January 29, in Tupelo, Ok.
He had farmed and worked as a truck driver most of his life. Mildred had been a resident of Dumas for over 75 years. She loved to garden and paint as well as antiques and dolls. She was also an excellent cook. Mildred was devoted to her family and a member of First Assembly God Church.
She was preceded in death by her parents; two brothers: Opal and Billy Margaret James; a son: Jerry McCutchan and wife Doris of Dumas; grandchildren: Russell McCutchan and wife Dr. Denise McCutchan; and numerous other extended family members.
Irene was a member of the Red Hat Society in Dumas and she enjoyed being with her friends and taking care of her grandchildren and her pets. She will be missed by all who knew her.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband: Betty Wiggins and Josie Gonzales and two brothers: Tony Archuleta and Pete Archuleta. Irene is survived by her son Tommy Garcia of Amarillo; sisters: Bain, 89 of Dumas, passed away on Thursday, May 5, Interment will be in Dumas Cemetery. He was united in marriage on May 14, to Lenora May Sprinkles; she preceded him in death. Carl was a resident of Dumas for over 63 years. He loved to farm and walk his dog.
Carl also took great pleasure in going for long drives especially to the mountains and Red River. He will be fondly remembered as a great storyteller. Carl was of Christian Faith and will be missed by his family and friends.
In addition to his wife Lenora he is preceded in death by his parents; his grandson: Ron Lochart; and 8 brothers and sisters. Carl is survived by a sister: Juanita Wolff of Wichita, KS; children: John Sanders, pastor of the church, officiating. Bobby graduated from Bryant High School where he was a standout in basketball. In he was drafted into the United States Army where he served as a combat engineer during the Korean Conflict. Bobby helped rebuild the Freedom Bridge north of Chunchon, Korea.
While in Korea he also continued playing basketball and was selected to the traveling team. Some of the players nicknamed him the White Goose because of his ball handling skills.
After the service he was united in marriage to Beth Ann Hill on December 12, Bobby worked as a pipeline welder and an inspector. Bobby enjoyed his grandkids and loved watching them play basketball, baseball, football, tennis, volleyball and run track. He also loved hunting and looking for wildlife. He was preceded in death by his parents, brothers and sisters: He is survived by his wife Beth of the home; daughters: Survivors include three daughters, Shonda Hooper, of Longview, T.
Darrell Wait, pastor of the church, officiating. She grew up in Carlsbad and graduated from Carlsbad High School in where she was the homecoming queen and a cheerleader. She later moved to Lubbock to attend Draughns Business School. The couple would move to Dumas in where they would raise their family. Judy worked as a secretary for several companies including Natural Gas Pipeline, Dr.
Padwich, and several other businesses. Her best work was as a licensed massage therapist and she loved to help people who were injured or hurting, physically or emotionally.
Judy was an avid volunteer of her time and service. She volunteered countless hours for Memorial Hospice and also at Safe Place. She and Ken loved to host and entertain friends. The thing she was most passionate about was her family. She adored her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. Judy is survived by her husband Ken of the home; children: Roy Harris, and Rev. Interment will follow in Lane Memorial Cemetery. They later moved to Sunray where they raised their family.
Harlan was employed by Northern Natural Gas for 25 years until his retirement. Harlan loved to ride his horses and spend time with his family.
Harlan was a man of great faith and deeply loved the Lord. He was a member of New Life Fellowship in Sunray. He is survived by his wife of 63 years, Cleta of the home; daughters: Odessa Bethel, 90 of Dumas, passed away on Saturday, March 5, Services are pending with Morrison Funeral Directors. Ann Ballard, 76 of Dumas, passed away on Friday, March 4, A visitation is scheduled for Monday from 6 pm to 8pm at the funeral home. She was united in marriage to Olen Jennings on December 21, and to this union four children were born, the couple later divorced.
She later married Manuel Romero in ; he preceded her in death. Letha loved to hunt, fish, and garden. Letha was a loving and devoted homemaker as well as a benevolent and giving person. Most importantly, she loved the Lord. Letha will be dearly missed by her family and friends. In addition to her husband, Manuel, she was preceded in death by her parents; brother: George Hendrix; and two sisters: JoAnne Burns and Edith Tatum; and special friend: Letha is survived by her daughters: Jean Tapley of Hayworth, OK; grandchildren: The family suggests memorials be to: Box , Dumas, TX A visitation is scheduled for Sunday, from 4pm to 6pm at the funeral home.
On August 15, , she was united in marriage to Bill Hill. Her biggest enjoyment was raising her family. Rheta also loved to travel in their R. She will be dearly missed by all. Rheta is survived by her husband, Bill, of the home; daughter: Jodi Carrell and husband David of Dumas; son-in-law: Randall Sauer of Spearman; brother: Drake and Alora Robinett. He loved his wife very much. He was the rock of the family. He enjoyed spending time with his children and all the little ones from the grandchildren to the great-great-grandchildren.
He loved the game of baseball and had a team for many years. He played the guitar and enjoyed singing. He also enjoyed working on all his old cars and trucks. There were not very many things that he could not do. The family would like to thank all of the family and friends for their prayers and visits as well as the staff and nurses on wing 2C south at Plum Creek Health Care of Amarillo for the care of E.
Brown, 82, of Amarillo, died Saturday, February 6, Dorothy was born February 25, in Hamlin, Texas. She married Charles L. Brown and together they raised three children in Dumas, Texas where they lived until retiring and moved to Amarillo. She was preceded in death by her husband of 59 years, Charles L. The family will receive friends from 6: Memorial services will be at 2: Reyes Sr, 51, of Dumas, died Wednesday, February 3, Church of Christ with Chauncey Spencer, minister, officiating.
He grew up in Hereford. He had worked for Valero over 24 years. Hazel Grundy, of Dumas, passed away on Saturday, January 30, Don Canter will be assisting. Interment will follow in Fairview Cemetery. She had just celebrated her th birthday. She worked at Wiswell Creamery where she met James Grundy. Jim went to work for Santa Fe Railway, where he sustained a serious injury.
They lived in a box car on the extra gang while Jim was the payroll clerk. When he went to work in the Santa Fe office, they moved to Pueblo, Colorado. They returned to La Junta in where they spent the next 24 years raising their children. Following a change in employment, they moved to Denver, Colorado. Hazel was a devoted, loving, and supportive wife and mother. She was an excellent cook known especially for her pies. She also sewed for her children and loved working in her flower beds.
She was an active member in the church of Christ all of her life, having been baptized in March She faithfully attended worship services at Sunray church of Christ until the last few weeks of her life. Hazel was preceded in death by her parents, siblings, husband, and two sons, James Robert Grundy and Kenneth Paul Grundy. Memorial mass will be at 10 am, Saturday, January 30, , in Sts. Ginger was an outgoing and artistic person that loved horticulture and designing decorations.
She had a passion for antiques archaeology and helping others in any way she could. Steve Swanson, pastor of the church, officiating. Ben was born on August 20, in Derby, TX. He had been in the community since Ben retired from Diamond Shamrock after being there over 20 years. One of his favorite things to do was fix anything that was broken, especially cars.
Ben would help his neighbors with anything they needed and would also volunteer to fix things at the church. Ben was a loving husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and brother who is going to be dearly missed by all who knew him.
He was a member of the Church of the Nazarene. Ben is survived by his wife: Margie of the home; one son: Sam Ramos and wife Belynda of Dumas; three daughters: Janie Hale of Amarillo; twelve grandchildren and six great grandchildren. The family would like to extend their gratitude to the hospital and hospice staff for all their acts of kindness. Damon Akins, pastor of the church, officiated. He married Wanda Perkins on October 15, Country Joe was a loving husband and the best daddy ever.
His grandchildren were the love of his life. He was a member of First Assembly of God and will be dearly missed by all who knew him. He is preceded in death by his parents; one brother: Country Joe is survived by his wife: Wanda of the home; a legacy of five children: Nita Stambaugh of Louisiana; one brother: Johnny Widener, pastor of the church, officiated.
Interment followed in Dumas Cemetery. She attended Amistad, NM School. She worked for Moore County Hospital for several years then with Swift for 25 years until her retirement. Edna was a member of Bible Baptist Church; she loved to serve the Lord and enjoyed being a greeter every Sunday morning. Edna touched many lives, and will be remembered for always smiling and making others feel welcomed. She also loved to cook and garden.
Edna will be dearly missed by her family and friends. She is preceded in death by her parents; a brother: Ronald Lee Childers; father and mother-in-law: Edna is survived by her husband John Smith of the home; her son: Bob Christian and wife Teresa of Channing; stepdaughter: Tracy Edwards and husband Steve of Burlington; brother: Ida Lorene Harrell and husband Donnie of Melrose, NM; five grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.
An Amarillo resident since , she resided with her husband Charles until his death on November 24, After the children went to college, they relocated to Clovis and then to the Dallas area in She worked as a bookkeeper for Southwestern Public Service in Dumas until her children were born, then continued as bookkeeper for the business they established in Portales in She continued working part time when they relocated to the DFW area, and retired in Jerry Howe, pastor of First Baptist Church officiated.
Bobbie was born July 26, , in La Junta, Colo. Bobbie had substitute taught at Green Acres for three years and then retired as the attendance clerk after 16 years. She loved to read and crochet. Jerry was born on October 31, to C. He spent most of his life in Dumas and graduated from Dumas High School in Jerry served his country in the Army from and was stationed in Wertheim, Germany; upon leaving he was a CPL E4 and earned the distinction of sharpshooter.
He loved his family very much but first and foremost, Jerry loved his God. He enjoyed the outdoors; especially when he was fishing, hunting or cooking. He was a member of Temple Baptist Church and will be dearly missed. Jerry is survived by his wife Peggie of the home; one son: Tommie Long, pastor of the Cowboy Church, officiating. Services will be at 2: Reynaldo was born Jan. He worked for Swift for more than 15 years in Cactus.
Reynaldo loved his cars. Interment will follow at Lane Memorial Cemetery. She attended all 12 years of school at a country school at Port.
Together they made their life and home in Sunray, Texas and raised two wonderful daughters, Carla and Diane. Throughout their year marriage Carl and Joyce enjoyed spending time together, and spending time with family. One of their many hobbies included going on camping trips with the Panhandle RV Club. Her soul mate Carl left his earthly life in January of Joyce loved each and every one of her family members unconditionally. She loved spending time with them.
Her face would light up when her daughters, grandkids, and great grandkids were with her. She never missed an anniversary or birthday. No matter what there would be a card in the mailbox and it always arrived on the right day.
She went on many trips with her family to Red River, Oklahoma City, Branson and spent a lot of time in Guymon visiting with her family. Joyce was an active member of Sunray Church of Christ. Joyce was a loyal servant. She would help with anything that was needed. On Tuesdays the Junior High students could see her smiling face as she helped prepare and serve them lunch at the church building. These are just a few of the wonderful acts that Joyce assisted with.
Joyce had a strong love for her Lord and savior and lived each day reflecting that love to everyone that knew her. In Jesus we have a love that never ends, a soul that never dies, a place that passes all understanding, a joy that is never ending a hope that is never disappointed, a light that shines forever, a wisdom that can never be erased, a beauty that can never be changed, and resources that are never ending.
Righteousness in him and assured destiny. Your faith is a treasure of unmeasurable wealth. Joyce is preceded in death by her husband, Carl Dean, her parents: Great Grandkids, Andrew, Hunter, Hannah, Jade, Gunner and Rylee; her sisters and brothers and many nieces and nephews and special friends.
Box , Amarillo, TX Private services will be Tuesday, Jan. Burial will be in Northlawn Memorial Gardens Cemetery. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers of Dumas, N.
Billie worked for more than 20 years as a secretary at Moore County Extension Office. She married George Gracey on June 26, , in Borger. She also was preceded in death by a grandson, Braeden Parker in ; and by her sisters, Edna Barrow and Francis Adams. She is also survived by several nieces and nephews. Brent Childers officiating and Bruce Broxson assisting. Private interment will be in Lane Memorial Cemetery.
Gerald Childers was born on February 25, , to A. He graduated from Dumas High School. Gerald married Beverly Reynolds April 22, ; she preceded him in death in After her passing, he married Phyllis Richardson in ; she also preceded him in death in Gerald volunteered many hours transporting veterans from Liberal to the VA in Amarillo. He spent his life always in service to others and those in need.
He was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers: Larry and Dale; first wife: Beverly Reynolds and second wife: Gerald is survived by daughter: Jerry Childers and wife Donna; daughter: Debbie Corse, all of Amarillo; siblings: Linda Childers and Frances Childers both of Dalhart; eight grandchildren: Jackie, Lori and Loretta.
He was born June 24, in Dumas, Texas to W. Bulldog and Joann were married December 21, in Dumas, Texas. He had a deep love for his Lord. He is survived by his wife Joann Tanner of Dumas, his parents W. Claire Rivera, Elaina Rivera, and Ruby. Services will be held on Saturday, January 2, at Burial will follow at Stinnett Cemetery. Interment will follow at Northlawn Memorial Gardens. Arrangements are entrusted Morrison Funeral Directors.
Ida Belle had just recently celebrated her 85th birthday with family and friends while residing in the nursing home. She first came to stay with the Keaheys while Mr. Keahey was serving in the army. When the Glasseys moved from that area to Cheyenne, Oklahoma, Ida Belle continued to live with the Keaheys until she was 29 years old and married the love of her life, Charles White, Jr.
Porter Street in Dumas for many years. She was known far and wide for her cinnamon rolls, apple fritters, twists and beautifully decorated birthday and wedding cakes. Ida Belle was not only a seasoned baker; she was also an excellent cook. At one time, she cooked for a local nursing home and for the KonKai Motel Restaurant, owned and operated by Bill Raney.
She was a devoted and faithful member of the Dumas United Pentecostal Church. She loved her church family dearly and received great love and support from them throughout the years. She also loved the Senior Center and enjoyed her fellowship there. She was devoted to her family and worked tirelessly to protect and support them in every way possible. In recent years, she had the pleasure and joy of having her great grandson, Aaron Lawrence, live with her.
What a special relationship they had. Ida Belle had a strong work ethic … never afraid of hard work and always willing to do more than her part… sometimes to her own demise. She was strong-willed, determined and maybe just a little bit stubborn.
Several years ago, Ida Belle sat down with her sister LaVerne Beason and prepared her memorial guide, which has proven to be a great help for family as they have prepared for her memorial service. She was very explicit in what she wanted. Read anything you want -just get it over with. Kaylie Toler; special family members and caregivers: Johnny Widener, pastor of Bible Baptist Church, officiating.
He married Lois Emerson in ; she preceded him in death in Andy retired from Panhandle Eastern Pipeline after 32 years of service.
In April of , Andy remarried Norma Sherley. Andy attended Bible Baptist Church and will be dearly missed. He is preceded in death by his first wife: Leroy and Sylvester Alexander; one sister: Estelee Smith and one step-son: Andy is survived by wife: Norma of the home; one sister: Ann Ballard and husband James of Dumas; two sons: Allen Fagan and wife Tish of Plano; one step-daughter: Denise Norman and husband Stanley of Dumas; ten grandchildren and thirteen great grandchildren.
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