She was born May 27, 1941 in Bay City, Texas, to parents Floyd and Leona Tanner Parham.
Service for Joyce Mikolajewski will be 2:00 p.m., Monday, November 19, 2018 at the Pace-Stancil Funeral Home Chapel in Dayton with Rev. Gideon Watson officiating. Interment will follow at Moss Hill Community Cemetery, Moss Hill, Texas. The family will receive friends 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Sunday, November 18, 2018 at the funeral home.
Joyce was raised in Hardin where she attended school and graduated in 1959 from Hardin High School. She was a resident of Dayton for 20 years, previously living in Houston. She and her husband, Charles, were married for 58 years and they lovingly supported all their family in anything they did. Joyce enjoyed her grandchildren, sewing, yard work and the outdoors. She loved her family unconditionally and devoted her life to them.
Joyce was preceded in death by her parents. She is survived her husband, Charles; son, Douglas Mikolajewski and wife Teresa; daughter, Felicia Hibbeler and husband Johnny;brother, Keith Parham and wife Vicki; grandchildren, Jennifer Mikolajewski, Mark Hibbeler, Shane Mikolajewski, Geoffory Riley and wife Amber, Ethan Hibbeler and wife Cesily, Heath Hibbeler and wife Brett, and Kayla Mikolajewski; great-grandchildren; Rowdy Lane Hibbeler and Scarlet Dawn Riley; also numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
She was raised in Hull, Texas by her loving parents, Horald V. Watson and Allene Allen Watson. She graduated from Hull-Daisetta High School and attended Lamar College School of Business where she sang in chorale and was a thespian. She married Benjamin Ellis Pickett, Sr. on January 21, 1949 in Liberty, Texas, where they raised a family in what was known as her happy, yellow home.
Ellen's husband Ben, her parents, sister Mary Ann Calhoon, brother Horald Watson predeceased her.
She is survived by her four children who she loved without restraint; Benjamin Ellis Pickett Jr and his wife Deborah Pickett, Laura Pickett Calfee and her husband Gary Calfee of Driftwood, TX, Lisa Pickett Edmonds and her husband Clay Edmonds of Anahuac, and Amy Pickett Leibman and her husband Neil Leibman of Houston. She was equally proud of her grandchildren; Amy Lynn Hoffman, Russell Pickett, Marisa Wilber, Beau Henry, Madison Leibman, Adrianne Leibman, and Andrew Leibman, along with six great grandchildren: Avery Shiver, Abbigael Hoffman, Victoria Pickett, Lauren Pickett, Cormac Henry and Remy Wilber. With her family, she lived a happy life filled with books, birding, gardening & travel and was invigorated by nature, being instrumental in many beautification projects in her beloved Liberty.
After years of raising children, she began her life long career of devoted service to her community. From 1966-68 she served as secretary of the Immaculate Conception Church. She was a founding member and the first Chairman of the Liberty County Historical Commission, for which she received the Chamber of Commerce Distinguished Service Award in 1968. She became the Director of the Liberty Municipal Library when the Geraldine D. Humphreys Cultural Center was built in October 1970. She engendered her love of books, most importantly through many active programs for children of all ages. She was very active in the Texas Library Association. Her dedication and talents were recognized and celebrated in 1993 when she was named, Library Director of the Year, by the Texas Municipal Library Directors Association. Mrs. Pickett was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution. She was also a member of the choir and Alter Society of the Immaculate Conception Church and she enjoyed her years with the Trinity Valley Players.
Visitation will be Sunday November 18, 2018 from 4-6PM at Allison Funeral Service, 1101 N. Travis Liberty, Texas. A funeral Mass to be held at 3PM Monday at Immaculate Conception Church, Liberty. Burial to immediately follow the mass in Liberty Catholic Cemetery. Condolences and memories can be shared online at www.allisonfuneralservice.com. Donations in her memory may be made to the Liberty Municipal Library Memorial.
Diana accepted the Lord Jesus Christ at an early age at Trinity Valley Baptist Church. At a young age she attended Liberty Independent School District - Liberty, Tx., and later transferred to Beaumont Charlton Pollard in Beaumont, Tx., where she graduated. She later returned to Liberty and entered nursing school. Diana married Elbert Richards and had two daughters from that union, Vanessa and Sheila; later in life Judy and Renee were added to the family.
She was preceded in death by her parents - Lloyd and Norma Carter, brothers - Pastor Allen Davis and Lloyd Nolan Carter, one grandson - Victor Lee Richards and one great granddaughter - Bailey Denise Richards.
She leaves to cherish her memories four daughters – Vanessa Richards (Carl) of Houston, Sheila Goodman (Andre) of Liberty, Judy Richards of Amarillo, Renee Richards of Cleveland, brother, Johnny Carter (Elizabeth) of Liberty, sister-in-law, Gloria Carter of Bay City, 20 grand-children, 5 great grand-children and a host of nephews/nieces and other family members.
A visitation November 16, 2018 Wells Funeral Services (Althea P. Gibson Memorial Chapel) 300 Alabama St. – Liberty, Texas. She will lie-in-state from 10:00am to 11:00am at Trinity Valley Missionary aptist Church -Liberty, Texas. Funeral Service will begin at 11:00am.
Pastor Peter Singleton officiating.
Interment – Wells Memorial Cemetery, Liberty
Wells Funeral Services at 300 Alabama Street, Liberty, Texas has been entrusted with final arrangements. Memories and online condolences maybe shared at www.wellsfuneralservices.com.
He was the youngest of five children. Alvin attended the Catholic School in Ames and graduated from Liberty Training High School.
After serving honorably in the U. S. Army, he returned to Ames and began working at Diamond Shamrock, retiring after forty (40+) plus years. During this time, he married Theresa Trahan. He was a lifelong member of Our Mother of Mercy Catholic Church as well as a faithful member of the Knights of Peter Claver.
He is survived by his wife, Theresa (Za); daughters, Amy Mallet (LaShawnda) and Louise Trahan; son, Pedro Jones, Jr.; three (3) grandsons, Lance Trahan, Lloyd Trahan, Jr. And Pedro Jones III; a host of other relatives and friends.
Services held on Saturday, November 17, 2018 at Our Mother of Mercy Catholic Church. The viewing is at 9:00am, rosary at 10:00am and funeral mass at 11:00am. Funeral arrangements entrusted to Walker Funeral Home, Inc., 734 FM 1942 Rd, Crosby, Texas 77532, (281) 328-2801.
He was born February 14, 1920, to Judge Claxton R. Wilson and Maye B. Wilson in Liberty, Texas.
Reginald graduated from Liberty High School in 1937. He attended Schreiner College from 1937 to 1939, University of Texas 1939-1940, and Baylor Medical School from 1940-1943. He graduated from Southwestern Medical School in Dallas in 1944. After an internship at Hermann Hospital, Houston, in 1945, he entered the United States Army Medical Corp. His first assignment was Basic Training at Carlyle Barracks, Pa. Following this his next assignment was the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Mi. where he received special training in Anesthesia. He was then stationed at Ft. Sheridan Regional Medical Hospital until discharged Jan. 1947. At Ft. Sheridan he was in charge of the operating rooms, central supply, an Officers Ward, and the last three months served on a General Court Marshall. In 1947 he opened his office in General Practice in Dayton. Dr. Wilson was a member of the Liberty-Chambers Medical Society, Texas Medical Society, Academy of General Practice, and the American Medical Society. He was on the Staff of the Dayton Memorial Hospital, Yettie Kersting Hospital, and the Liberty Memorial Hospital. During this time he served three terms on the Dayton Independent School Board and two terms on the Dayton City Council. He was a member of the Chamber of Commerce, Lions Club, and a life time member of the First United Methodist Church. In 1981 he was selected Citizen of the Year by the Liberty-Dayton Chambers of Commerce. Earlier this year, as a part of the 75th anniversary celebration of Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, he was recognized as the last surviving member of the first graduating class.
In 1945 Dr. Wilson married Elizabeth Olson of Hatton, North Dakota, who was a graduate nurse of the Kahler School of Nursing, Rochester, Minnesota. Both enjoyed traveling for their vacations. Together they traveled Western Europe, Scandinavia, Russia, the Holy Land, Egypt, the Caribbean Islands, Central America, Mexico, Hawaii, Tahiti, and all the States in the United States including Alaska. During several vacations Dr. Wilson worked at a Presbyterian Mission Station at Xocempech, Yucatan and once in Bolivia. Their vacations also included a number of cruises and tours. His hobbies were amateur radio, boating, fishing, and Mayan archaeology. In 1972 he, with a Missionary Aviation Fellowship pilot, explored and wrote a report on the large newly discovered Mayan ruins in Quintana Roo, Yucatan, which was published in the United States and in Mexico.
He retired in 1982 due to a vision problem after practicing thirty eight years. He enjoyed his retirement researching the Norwegian genealogy of Elizabeth, his wife. They later made a trip to Norway to meet some of her distant relatives. After becoming a member of the Laffite Society of Galveston, he did extensive research of Jean Laffite, pirate and privateer. He is survived by his daughter, Patricia Louise Davis of Poolesville, Maryland; sons, Randall Bruce Wilson and wife Dixie Ann of Dallas, and Larry Martin Wilson and wife Claudia of Chireno, Texas. He is survived by grandchildren, Ryan Welch and wife Amy of W. Hollywood, California, Lisa Renee Welch of Jeffersonton, Virginia, Kelly Driver and husband Heath of Austin, Texas, Mark M. Wilson and wife Elizabeth of Austin, Texas, Elizabeth Smith and husband Marshall of Dallas, Texas, Capt. Shari E. Wilson of the United State Air Force, James Wilson of Nacogdoches, Texas and 10 great grandchildren. Reginald was preceded in death by his parents and brother, Dr. Thelbert Ruyle Wilson.
Visitation is scheduled with the family Friday, November 16, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at Pace-Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton. Services will be held at First United Methodist Church in Dayton at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, November 17, 2018 with interment to follow at Magnolia Park Cemetery.
For those who desire, memorials may be made to First United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 505, Dayton, Texas 77535.
Graveside service will be held on Wednesday, November 14, 2018, at 1:00 P.M. at Guedry Cemetery in Batson. The family will be receiving friends also on Wednesday, November 14, 2018, from 10:00 A.M. until 12:00 P.M. at Faith & Family. Serving as pallbearers are Cam Desselle, Jake White, Bill Gautreaux II, Tommy Desselle, Michael White, and Bill Gautreaux Sr. Honorary pallbearer is Gary Richardson.
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He was born October 17, 1949 in Dayton, Texas to parents Albert B. Johnson, Jr. and Susie Ramirez Johnson.
Memorial service for Lonnie will be 11:00 a.m., Saturday, November 17, 2018 at Pace-Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton.
Lonnie was a lifelong resident of the Dayton area. He had worked as an auto mechanic and electrician. He was a member of the Mosque #45 Nation of Islam in Houston. He enjoyed watching the news, music and dancing. Lonnie most of all loved his family and his grandchildren.
Mr. Johnson was preceded in death by his parents, brother Michael Paul, and grandmother Ella Rameriz. He is survived by wife of 40 years, Sheila Johnson of Dayton; son Ormande Johnson; daughters, Ranisha Johnson and Chana Johnson; brothers and sisters, Johnny Durio and wife Brenda, Sueona Herpin and Chris, Pamela Barnaba and John, Louise Seals and Henry Gradney; grandchildren, Tegan Pierre-Lovis, Taryn Okoro and Tiaya Okora; also numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Pete was born April 20, 1954, to Joe and Alice Rodriguez Lozano in Bay City, TX, and resided in the Batson area where he worked as a truck driver. He loved his family above all else but enjoyed watching WWE, his old western's, and NASCAR. In his spare time, he enjoyed fishing and working on cars.
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James was born in Liberty, Texas November 4, 1948 the son of the late James Monroe Teel and Dorothy Brand Teel. James enjoyed fishing, spending time with his grandchildren, and golfing in his early years. He also enjoyed spending time on his tractor as well as cutting hay. He loved his pets. He was a graduate of Liberty High School class of 1967 and went on to attend Sam Houston State University where he received his bachelor’s degree. While at Sam Houston he became a member of the Sigma Chi Fraternity and remained close to his brothers throughout the years. James last worked for Liberty County Adult Probation Department where he spent eighteen years as a Probation Officer. While at the probation department, one of James many responsibilities was the Community Work Service Program.
James leaves behind to cherish his memory his loving wife of twenty-three years Debra L. Teel of Raywood, son James Bryce Teel of Atlanta, daughter Jennifer Clark of Raywood, sisters Barbara Baxter and her husband Jackie of Lumberton, and Connie Teel of Liberty. James also leaves his two grandchildren Annye Clark and James Clark. In addition, he leaves nieces, nephews, and numerous friends and fraternity brothers.
A memorial service for James will be held 11am Thursday November 15, 2018 at the First United Methodist Church of Liberty. In lieu of flowers donations can be made in his memory to the Liberty Education Foundation PO BOX 10437 Liberty, Texas 77575. Condolences and memories can be shared online at www.allisonfuneralservice.com.
Sissy was born in Rye, Texas August 25, 1952 the daughter of the late Loyd Collins and Carrie Bell Clifton Collins. Sissy enjoyed working, hunting, and fishing. She especially enjoyed a good cup of coffee and was an amazing cook. She liked to watch movies, especially Julia Roberts’s movies, and Dr. Phil. She was a character but always placed family above all else. She attended Hardin High School and last worked at T.J.’s Smoke Shop as a manager.
She was preceded in death by her parents as well as her brother Thomas Collins and her ex-husband Jimmy Lawson.
She leaves behind to cherish her memory her son T.J. Lawson and his wife Angelina of Rye, sister Jana Cox and her husband Randy of Dayton, a grandson Thomas Lawson JR. and a goddaughter Samijo Gilbert. In addition, she leaves her extended family and friends Jimmy Veach, Doyelle and David Turner, Derick and Meagan Gowdey, Chris and Kayla Collins, Dusten and Taylor Collins, Raymond and Kim Gowdey, Shauna Gilbert, and Kevin and Erica Cooke. She will be sadly missed by all who knew and loved her.
Visitation for Sissy will be held Monday November 12, 2018 from 5-8PM at Allison Funeral Service, 1101 N. Travis Liberty, Texas. Funeral services to be held 10AM Tuesday November 13, 2018 at the funeral home with burial to follow in Bluewater Cemetery, Livingston. Condolences and memories can be shared online at www.allisonfuneralservice.com.
Service for Scotty will be 4:00 p.m., Monday, November 12, 2018 at Pace-Stancil Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Jeff Day and Rev. Daniel Stanley officiating. The family will receive friends 5:00 to 8:00 p.m., Sunday evening at Pace-Stancil. Serving as honorary pallbearers are Vance Bouchillon, Donald Clark, Sammy Cole, Ronnie Hutchins, Joe Wagoner, Bo Brown and Troy McCarthy.
Scotty grew up in Channelview where he attended school. He proudly served in the United States Army during the Vietnam era, was a longtime resident of Dayton and moved to Seabrook two and a half years ago. Scotty enjoyed life, was funny, charismatic, a jokester, and it has been said “there will never be another Scotty Heflin”. He was dedicated to his family, always worrying about them but most of all he enjoyed fishing with this grandsons.
Scotty was preceded in death by his parents, his brothers Glenn and Craig Heflin; nephew, Carlton “Tater” Cox, Jr., and his step-daughter, Angel Stanley. He is survived by son, Jason Hoffpauir, step-sons, Brian Stanley and Daniel Stanley; grandchildren, Trent Hoffpauir, Trinity Hoffpauir, and Trayson Hoffpauir; sisters, Pat Wiggins and Debbie Cox and husband Carlton; nephews, Joe Wiggins, Aaron Wiggins, Tommy Heflin, Casey Ilfrey, and Morgan Allbritton; nieces, Gina Wiggins, Carla Cortinez and Crystal Cox, lifelong friend, Vance Bouchillon; also numerous other relatives and friends.
He received his K-12 education in the Liberty Independent School District and graduated from Liberty High School in 1977. He participated in basketball, football and track. Eugene married his high school sweetheart, Katherine Lawson in 1980, and to this union two sons were born (Trey and Josh).
Eugene aka “Neg”, “Shorty”, “Cucabug”, and “kick”, never met a stranger and would offer help to whomever. He was one who had plenty of energy and was always on the go. The sayings and affectionate names he gave to various family members will be missed. He was an avid lover of the outdoors where he loved fishing, hunting and hanging around his uncle’s rodeo arena. Eugene was so fascinated with the outdoor life; once he killed an alligator and dragged him home on the back of his truck.
He attended Trinity Valley Baptist Church and Mt. Rose Baptist Church, where he received Christ at an early age. He later attended Mt. Zion Baptist Church and Bible Way Fellowship Baptist Church. After graduating from high school, he was employed at National Piping and Tube where he worked as a crane operator. He later was employed at Brown and Root at Chevron where he worked in construction and as a sandblaster.
His parents and one brother Dexter Cook preceded Eugene in death.
Precious memories are cherished by Katherine Lawson Walker, sons, Eugene Walker III and Joshua Walker. Daughters, Anneka Sandles and Amber Sandles, sisters, Jennifer Purnell (Tim), Sharon Haynes (Wesley) Kimberley Spann (Larry), uncle, Phillip Tiggs (Cheryl), great-aunt, Elwilda Baldwin Gants; and a host of nephews, nieces, cousins and friends.
Interment will be in the Wells Memorial Cemetry Liberty, Texas.
Bobbie was born September 15, 1939 in Raywood, Texas the daughter of the late Willie Earl Johnson and Lena Raye McKinley Johnson. Bobbie was a devout Christian who enjoyed going to church. She loved to listen to music especially gospel and Elvis. In her early years she was a girl scout leader for her girls. Prior to her disability Bobbie worked for Yettie Kersting Hospital, Walmart, and various positions in retail. Bobbie was a graduate of Liberty High School Class of 1957 and went on to attend Lamar University.
She was preceded in death by her father W.E. “Shorty” Johnson, her mother Lena Johnson, and her brothers Willie Ray Johnson and Jerry Benjamin Johnson.
She leaves behind to cherish her memory her daughters Sandra Helken and her husband Gary of Montrose, Colorado, Marie Henson and her husband Karl of Dayton, Amanda Ihuit of Devers, a sister Janette Carrel of Spring, and a sister-in-law Mary Ann Johnson of Hardin. In addition, she leaves nine grandchildren Marcus Diaz, Andrew Martinez, Amy Vercher, Alicia Henson, Katie Dunn, Molly Helken, Bo Helken, Alex Ihuit, and Marichele Ihuit, as well as twelve great-grandchildren.
A funeral service for Bobbie will be held at 11AM Saturday November 10, 2018 at Allison Funeral Service 1101 N. Travis Liberty, Texas with a visitation to be held one hour prior to the service. Burial will immediately follow the service in Fairlawn Cemetery. Condolences and memories can be shared online at www.allisonfuneralservice.com.
A home going celebration will be held on Saturday, November 10, 2018, at 1:00 P.M. at Pinehurst United Pentecostal Church in Orange with Reverend W.W. Smith Reverend Ken Smith officiating. Other ministers assisting will be Reverend Kevin Prince, Reverend Danny Russo, and Rhonda Courmier. Serving as pallbearers are William McInnis, Taylor McInnis, Tanner McInnis, Andy McLain, T' Earl Ryder and Chris Smith.
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He was born December 26, 1980, in Nacogdoches, TX to Charlie Wayne Daniel Sr. and Dora Ann Tidwell. Lil Charlie was a self-employ welder for most of his life and enjoyed trail riding and fishing. Lil Charlie's true passion was working on three-wheelers.
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Service for Juan will be 10:00 a.m., Saturday, November 10, 2018 at Dayton First Assembly of God Church. Interment will follow at Magnolia Park Cemetery. The family will receive friends 5:00 to 8:00 p.m., Friday evening at Dayton First Assembly. Arrangements are under the direction of Pace-Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton.
Juan moved to Dayton over 35 years ago. He was a long time member of the Dayton First Assembly of Church. Juan loved his family and friends. Each one them had a special place in his heart and his life. Juan worked hard for his family and provided well for them. He was a great husband, father, and friend. Juan was a man of many skills and talents. He was a combination welder by trade, electrician and carpenter. He was a person that learned things fast and used his talents to serve the Lord. Juan played guitar and sang. His heart’s desire above all was to live for God and to honor through his talents. He wanted his children, family and friends to know about the love of Jesus. Juan wanted each one to live for the Lord so that when it is their time to part from the world, which you too would be with him Glory. So live for the Lord, serve him with all of you heart. Set a good example as Juan did. He loved God and his desire was to please him.
Juan was preceded in death by his mother, Simona Arenas; his grandparents, Refugio Turrubiartes and Trinidad Rodriguez; and two sisters.
He is survived by his wife of 31 years, Robin Lynn Turrubiartes; father, Fortunato Turrubiartes; daughter, Mellissa Ann Baker; sons, Joseph Kyle Honey, Jeremy Turrubiartes, and Juan Daniel Turrubiartes; grandchildren, Viola Turrubiartes, Joyclin Turrubiartes, Constance Turrubiartes, and Audrey Honey; sisters, Fortunata Garcia, Francsica Garcia and Irena Flores; brothers, Cirelo Turrubiartes, Juan Turrubiartes, and Jose Ivan Turrubiartes; also numerous nieces, nephews, family members and friends.
Dorothy was born on February 17, 1940 in Zwolle, Louisiana to Thomas Wiley and Christine (Perry) Ebarb. On July 1, 1961, she married Victor Lampton Jordan. They raised two children, Terri and Allen.
Services will be at 7:00 p.m., Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at Dayton First Assembly of God Church. The family will receive friends from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. before the service. Graveside service will be at 9:00 a.m., Friday, November 9, 2018 at Houston National Cemetery.
There will be a gathering of family and friends on Friday, November 9, 2018, from 6:00 P.M until 8:00 P.M. at Faith & Family Chapel.
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She was born July 4, 1932 in Liberty, Texas to parents Archie Davis and Vera Mary Hicks Davis.
Service for Mrs. Seay will be 11:00 a.m., Monday, November 5, 2018 at Pace-Stancil Funeral Home Chapel in Dayton. Interment will follow at Fairlawn Cemetery in Liberty. The family will receive friends Monday morning 9:00 a.m. until service time at 11:00 a.m.
Mrs. Seay was a lifelong resident of Liberty where she attended Liberty schools. She was a member of the Heights Baptist Church. Joyce enjoyed playing cards, games, and reading. Joyce loved her family and friends. She was an excellent cook and will be remembered for her delicious pecan, chocolate and lemon pies.
Joyce was preceded in death by her parents; her husband Herman “Bo” Seay; daughter, Janis Marie Seay and sister, Erma Jean Smart. She is survived by sons, Glenn Seay and wife Gaye and Harold Seay and wife Karrie; daughter, Gwenda Judd and husband John; grandchildren, Shane and Jill Seay, Reagan and Mark McKane, Kristen and Dustin Pool, Allen Seay, Sarah and Curtis Reeves, and Michael Seay; step-grandchildren, Jake, Shelby, Kelsey, Danny and Daryll; great-grandchildren, Alexander, Zachary, Jonathan, Gabriel, Kaleb, Maddox, Ella, Violet, Henry, and Grace; also numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and a host of friends.
Cotton was born on October 8, 1946, in Orange, TX, to Steve Harrison and Reba Gaskey. He lived in Daisetta for most of his life where he was the owner and operator of Kody Petroleum of Daisetta. He also served in the United States Army and was a Deacon for Central Baptist Church of Daisetta.
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Funeral services will be held Saturday, November 3, 2018 at 11am with a viewing one hour prior to the service located at Westbury Church of Christ in Houston. David Yasko will be officiating. Burial will follow at Hardin Chapel Cemetery in Hardin at 3:30pm.
LaNell was born March 27, 1930 in Sweetwater, Texas. She graduated from Iredell high school in 1947. LaNell went to University of Houston nursing school, then taught other nurses there. She married the love of her life Harrison Barrett Sampson in 1953 and resided in Houston, Texas. She also worked at Herman Hospital for thirty years and Park Plaza for twelve more. She was a devout Christian woman who not only raised her own children but fostered several more. She was very involved in women’s ministries including Bible studies with prisoners and others in the community. In 1981 she and Barrett moved to Liberty, Texas near where Barrett was raised. She moved back to Houston when her husband passed.
Lanell is preceded in death by her husband Harrison Barrett Sampson; her parents E.H. Ensminger and Lillian Elliot Ensminger; her daughter Sherry Lynn Sampson; brothers Harold Ensminger, Ellioit Ensminger, Donald Ensminger; sister Evelyn Ensminger Carter and husband John Carter; and her niece Candice Carter.
She is survived by her children Daneille Illgen and husband Robert, Barry Sampson, Kelly Sampson, Wesley Sampson and wife Carolee, Rachelle Harmon; Grandchildren James, Rachel, and husband Ryan, Brandon, Audrey, Ashley, Benjamin, Kelli Rayn and husband David, Holli, Randi, Caley, Sierra, Jenna, Lexi, Landry, Taylor, Hannah, Rikki; Great Grandchildren; R.J., Reyna, Marcela, Gwendolyn, Hayden, Carson, Brevin, Daegan; sister-in-laws Mona Ensminger, Nora Ensminger; our other mother Wynell; Dawn and family; Donnie, Melissa and family; and numerous other nieces, nephews and friends.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to support the Lifeline Chaplaincy or Medina Children’s home.
She was born on February 23, 1931 in Fred, Texas to the late Roy and Alice Martin Hutto. Margaret graduated from Spurger High School in 1949. She was an active member of the Bethel Assembly of God in Liberty until 2008.
Margaret was a loving and kind soul who would do anything for anyone. She was also very feisty at times. Margaret enjoyed fishing and camping; she always hated having to go back home from her camping trips. She will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her.
Margaret was preceded in death by her parents; her loving husband Royce Smart; her son Kenneth Wayne Smart; her sister Martha Gore; her brother Robert Hutto; and son-in-law Paul Fiedler. She leaves behind to cherish her memories, her children Janelle Ballinger and husband Wayne of Wallisville, Sheila Fiedler of Orange, Melinda Caldwell and husband Ronnie of Atascocita and Chris Smart and wife Carrie of Liberty; her ten grandchildren and thirteen great-grandchildren; her siblings Douglas Hutto and wife Janice of Granbury and Yvonne Davis of Alvin; and a host of other loving relatives and friends.
Honoring the family by serving as pallbearers are Aaron Ballinger, Jeff Benson, Chayse Taylor, Trad Taylor, Kody Fiedler and Ken Geisendorff.
Friends are invited to visit with the family from 5pm until 7pm on Thursday, November 1, 2018 in the chapel of Sterling Funeral Home, 602 N. Main Street, Dayton, Texas. A funeral service will be held at 10am on Friday, November 2, 2018 at Sterling Funeral Home. A graveside service and committal will immediately follow in Fairlawn Cemetery in Liberty.
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Anna will be lovingly remembered for her caring and happy personality and a smile that would light up a room. She is survived by her grandparents Guadalupe and Antonio Ibarra, parents Hector Hernandez and Laura Garcia, partner Marlon Riley, and children Kaylin, Dorianna, and A'Marion.
A visitation/wake in memory of Anna will be held on Friday, November 2, 2018 from 1:00pm – 8:00pm at Wells Funeral Home, (Althea P. Gibson Memorial Chapel) 300 Alabama, Liberty, TX 77575.
Funeral services in Anna's memory will be held on Saturday, November 3, 2018, beginning at 10:00am at Trinity Valley Baptist Church, 801 Sam Houston St, Liberty, TX 77575. Intermittent will follow at Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery. Pastors Alfredo and Silvia Gaytan officiating.
Memorial donations in memory of Anna may be made at the GoFundMe Campaign.
Con gran tristeza, la familia de Anna Guadalupe Hernández anuncia su fallecimiento después de un trágico accidente, el Lunes 22 de octubre de 2018, a la edad de 26 años. Anna será recordada con amor por su personalidad cariñosa y feliz y una sonrisa que iluminaba una habitación. Le sobreviven sus abuelos Guadalupe y Antonio Ibarra, sus padres Héctor Hernández y Laura García, su compañero Marlon Riley y sus hijos Kaylin, Dorianna y A'Marion.
Un velorio en memoria de Anna se llevará a cabo el Viernes 2 de Noviembre de 2018 de 1:00 pm a 8:00 pm en Wells Funeral Home, (Althea P. Gibson Memorial Chapel) 300 Alabama, Liberty, TX 77575.
Los servicios funerarios en la memoria de Anna se llevarán a cabo el Sábado 3 de nNoviembre de 2018, comenzando a las 10:00 am en la Iglesia Bautista de Trinity Valley, 801 Sam Houston St, Liberty, TX 77575. Seguirán los intermitentes en el Cementerio Católico del Sagrado Corazón. Pastores Alfredo y Silvia Gaytan oficiando.
A service of remembrance will be held on Tuesday, October 30, 2018, at 12:00 P.M. at Happy Valley Baptist Church in Kountze with Pastor Robert Hall officiating. Interment will follow at Holland Cemetery in Kountze. Serving as pallbearers are Rodney Weyler Jr. Bryan Weyler, David Deaton, Wesley Majalca, John Warren Bagwell, and Dawson Weyler.
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VVernon Wesley Dodd, 68, of Daisetta, died Thursday, October 25, 2018, at his residence surrounded by his loving family. He was born June 8, 1950, in Beaumont, TX to Vernon Dodd and Rose Marie Shaw.
Vernon was an oil field worker for most of his life. He enjoyed watching sports, especially football and track and field and on occasion, he liked to fish and hunt. Most of all, Vernon loved spending time with his family and friends. He will be greatly missed by all who loved him.
Vernon is preceded in death by his parents; Vernon Dodd and Rose Marie Shaw; son, Deron Dewayne Dodd; and brothers, Bruce Dodd, Jerry Dodd and Johnny Dodd.
Those left to cherish his memory are; his loving wife of 46 years, Melissa Ann "Sissy" Dodd of Daisetta; sons, Kevin Eugene Dodd of Daisetta, and Alton Eugene Dodd and wife Tonia of Daisetta; grandchildren, Kassidy Dodd, Krispen Dodd, Kace Dodd, and Aizlee Dodd all of Daisetta; nieces, Shelly Burks and husband Kelvin of Daisetta, Carrie "Butch" Taylor of Daisetta, and Jacob Fregia and Angela of Winnie; great-nieces, Courtney Fregia of Daisetta, and Faith Taylor of Daisetta; great-nephews, Zachary Burks of Daisetta, and Ethan Burks of Daisetta; sisters-in-law, Teddy Fregia and husband Dewayne of Daisetta, Carolyn Carr and husband Charles of Devers, Vickie Moor and husband Charles of Hull; brothers-in-law, Robert Taylor of Daisetta, Gary Taylor and wife Tommie of Daisetta, and a host of many loving family and friends.
A graveside service of remembrance will be held on Saturday, November 3, 2018, beginning at 11:00 a.m. at Guedry Cemetery in Batson.
Service of remembrance under the care of Faith & Family Funeral services Inc. 40847 Hwy 105E. Batson, Texas 77519. 936-336-2222 or 936-262-2100. Independently owned and operated by local people you know and trust.
Patsy was born in Yoakum, Texas May 5, 1944 the daughter of the late Tommy Allen Boone and Rosalie Graham Boone. Patsy worked for over thirty-five years as a Switchboard Operator for GTE now a Verizon Company. She was a proud member of the Communication Workers of America Union. Patsy will be remembered for her warm smile and a great sense of humor. She was a giving, caring, and loving Mother, Grandmother, Sister, and great grandmother. She loved nothing more than spending time with her family. As a single parent she worked hard to support her two children and attended every one of their sporting events. She will be sorely missed by all that knew and loved her.
Patsy was preceded in death by her parents as well as her sister Wanda Boone.
She leaves behind to cherish her memory her son Donnie Golleher and wife Rhonda of Liberty, daughter Cindy Matousek and her husband Mike of League City, and a brother Wayne Boone and his wife Linda of Victoria. In addition she leaves her beloved grandchildren Jennifer Matousek, Ashlee Golleher, Derek Matousek, Gracie Golleher, and Abby Matousek, as well as a great granddaughter Alexis Matousek.
A graveside service will be held 11AM Wednesday October 31, 2018 at Pilot Grove Cemetery, Yoakum, Texas. Condolences and memories can be shared online at www.allisonfuneralservice.com.
She was born December 14, 1941 in Houston to her parents, Francisco and Eluteria Zepeda Guerreo.
Mrs. Nichols was a resident of Dayton for 50 years where she was employed at Thrif-Tee Food Center for 25 years. She previously resided in Houston. Mrs. Nichols was a member of St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Church. She enjoyed listening to country music and baking.
She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Tony Nichols; sister, Frances Luna; son-in-law, Kenny Lewis; mother-in-law, Jean Nichols and father-in-law, Ed Nichols.
Survivors include sons, Michael Rodriguez and Tyson Scott Nichols; daughters, Sue Key and her husband, Terry; Tyra Ballard and Audra Manfred; grandchildren, Kris, Nathan and Ryan Lewis; Tiffany and Sarah McKinney, Matthew Tieman; great-grandchildren, Tyler, Nathan, Noah, Jayden, Eli, Silas, Logan and Dylan; and one on the way. Also survived by her sisters, Maria Coronado and husband Felipe; Yolanda Guerrero, Stella Mata and husband, Jose; Patricia Puente, Elizabeth Jimenez and brother, Frank Guerreo and wife, Stella.
The family will receive friends from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Monday, October 29, 2018, with a Rosary to begin at 7:00 p.m. at Pace-Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 9:00 a.m., Tuesday, October 30, 2018, at St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Church in Dayton, Texas, with Father Ryzard Zawadzki officiating. Burial will follow at Palms Memorial Park Cemetery in Dayton.
Pallbearers will be Kris Lewis, Nathan Lewis, Ryan Lewis, Justin Nichols, Matthew Tieman and Tyler Norwood. Honorary Pallbearers, Arthur Jimenez and Eric Guerrero.
The family would like to extend a special thank you to Magnolia Place Nursing Home.
Arrangements are under the direction of Pace-Stancil Funeral Home, 1304 N. Cleveland St, Dayton, Texas, 77535, 936-258-5300, Pace-Stancil Funeral Home & Cemetery | Cleveland, Dayton & Coldspring, TX
A little angel who blessed all by his mere presence with his strength. Jared was the saving grace to his parents and best friend to his brothers. He was born May 8, 2000 in Baytown, Texas the son of Johnny Wayne Smith and Wendy Michelle Bearden Smith. Jared was unable to play with toys like other children, his birthdays and holidays were gifts of blankets and teddy bears. Ten years ago Jared’s family started to donate blankies and bears to the local children hospitals. He was Mom and Dad’s little lost boy. Jared has gone on to his next big adventure.
He was preceded in death by his grandmothers Peggy “Poohie” L. Bearden and Paulette Lee, and uncle Mikey Bearden and his auntie Candy Bearden.
He leaves behind to cherish his memory his parents, Wendy M. Bearden Smith and Johnny Smith, brothers Justin Smith, Jonathan Smith, and Jaden Smith, grandfather Michael Bearden, uncles Matt Bearden and Jason Smith, aunt Rhonda Smith, and his grandfather J.W. Smith, and his cousins Max, Annaleise, Brian, Holden, Raven, Amber, and Taryn. He will be sadly missed by all who knew and loved him.
Visitation for Jared will be held Monday October 29, 2018 from 5-8PM at Allison Funeral Service, 1101 N. Travis Liberty, Texas. Funeral services to be held 2PM Tuesday at the funeral home with burial to follow in Moss Hill Cemetery. Condolences and memories can be shared online at www.allisonfuneralservice.com.
In lieu of flowers donations of Blankets and Teddy Bears can be delivered to the funeral home in honor of Jared’s memory.
“Second star from the right and straight on to morning.”
She was born September 14, 1942 in Jasper, Alabama to parents James Edward Alexander and Cassie Irene Boshell.
A visitation for Mrs. Walker will be 11:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, October 31, 2018 at Pace-Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton.
Mrs. Walker was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Leonard Joseph Walker, brothers, Earl and Dale Alexander.
She is survived by her daughter, Terica Ann Alexander; brothers, Bill and Debbie Alexander, Larry Alexander, Mitchell Alexander, Wayne Alexander, Ronnie Alexander, and Charles and Kimberly Alexander; nieces and nephews, Alan and Katie Alexander, Kenny, Cody, Bubba, and Tiffany Alexander, Garrett Alexander, James and Hunter Coutee, also numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Velva Jean Martin, 79 of Dayton passed away October 24, 2018 at home after an extended illness.
She was born January 11, 1939 in Onalaska, Texas to parents Robert Elliott Brown and Rebecca Ellen Barnett Brown.
Velva Jean had lived most of her life in the Dayton area. She loved all her children and grandchildren, she helped each one at any time. She could always be depended on for advice, food or a place to stay. She loved to cook, tell stories about her kids growing up, life on the farm with her late husband who worked the farm and how they raised the kids together. She loved her chickens, puppies, sitting on the porch with family, and quilting. Jean always put others before herself, loved everyone around her and nothing made her happier than to be with family and the kids.
She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Alvin B. “Shorty” Martin; son, Alvin Clifford Martin; baby son, Jesse Martin; brothers, Elvin Brown and Clayton Brown.
She is survived by husband, William L. Cox; daughters, Darlene Reed and Vernon Stephens, Lisa Smith and Delta L. Martin; sons, Clayton Martin, Nelton Martin and wife Christi, Chance Martin and wife Amy, Gene Martin and wife Debbie; brothers, Doug Brown and wife Brenda, Melvin Elliot Brown and sister-in-law, Betty Brown; numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends
Betty is survived by her husband of 67 years Charles Dunk Morgan, of Bryan, Texas, daughter Peggy Awalt and husband Marc of Bryan Texas, son Charles Dale Morgan and Susie Davis of Lakeway, Texas. Grandchildren Renee’ Starns and husband Chris of Lovelady, Texas, Gerad Awalt and wife Kinsey of Welborn, Texas, Byron Awalt and wife Debbie of Bryan, Texas, Jason Willis of Atlanta Georgia, Alyssa Stuart and husband Seth of Austin, Texas and Carli Morgan of Austin, Texas. Betty was blessed with eight great grandchildren whom she loved with all her heart, Maddison, Morgan, Makenzie, Jake, Cannon, Sierra, Abbie and Jayde.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Charles Stafford Brown and Viola Burrell Brown of Devers, Texas, and a brother Donald (Boog) Brown of Baytown.
Betty was born on January 28, 1935 in Liberty, Texas to Stafford and Viola Brown. She attended Liberty and Hull Daisetta High school and married her high school sweetheart Dunk in 1951. They started their family and moved to Corsicana, Texas in 1954 and later moved to Fairfield, Texas in 1963 where they raised their family. In 2011 they moved to Bryan, Texas to be closer to their children and grandchildren.
Betty was very active in her church and community in Fairfield. She loved to travel with family and friends and was always ready to be the driver for anyone ready to take a trip! Flowers and herbs were her passion along with bird watching! She was a fabulous cook and baker and was well known for her Sweets!!!
A visitation will be held 11AM till Noon Monday October 29, 2018 Allison Funeral Service 1101 North Travis Liberty, Texas 77575, with a graveside service to be held at 1230PM at Guedry cemetery in Batson, Texas. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Betty’s life. The family asks that in Lieu of Flowers we ask that donations be made to the Chi St, Joseph Trauma medical center in Bryan Texas or to the National Cancer Society. Condolences and memories can be shared online at www.allisonfuneralservice.com.
He was preceded in death by his parents Eugene & Helen Dickerson, Sisters; Debra Baines and Evelyn Dickerson; Brothers; Herbert Dickerson and Timothy Dickerson.
He leaves behind to cherish his memories, his son, Thomas Eugene Dickerson Jr., grandson, Eric Ferguson. Siblings; Igeane Edwards, Alice Orebo, Leon Dickerson, Louvenia Hill, Willie Wesley Dickerson, Theda Dickerson, Willie Lee Dickerson, Carolyn Mouton (Clifton), Larry Dickerson, Gene Dickerson, Bruce Dickerson, Tracy Dickerson (Jole’) along with a host of nieces, nephews and other relatives.
Visitation will be – Friday, Oct. 26, 2018 from 2:00pm-6:00pm at Wells Funeral Services (Althea P. Gibson Memorial Chapel) 300 Alabama Street, Liberty, Texas. He will lie-in-state Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018 10:00am-11:00am - funeral Services will began 11:00am at St. Miles Missionary Baptist Church, Ames, Texas with Pastor Dwight A. Pruitt, officiating and Rev. Artis J. Edwards, Sr., Pastor of New Beginning Missionary Baptist Church of Brenham will deliver the Eulogy.
To leave condolences, visit www.wellsfuneralservices.com
Suzie was born October 15, 1969 in Houston, Texas the daughter of Harold H. Clements and the late Myrtle Dillon Clements. With Suzie her family and friends always came first. She loved to cook and entertain her friends and family as often as possible. She had a servant’s heart and always found a way to bring people together.
A homemaker, she leaves behind to cherish her memory her daughter Jamie L. Salinas of Bridge City, son Dillon R. Gill of Anahuac, son John W. Gill of Dayton, her father Harold H. Clements and wife Diana of Galena Park, her brother James Oliver Jr. and wife Kathleen of Galena Park, sister Maryeva Beesley and husband James of St. Joseph, Missouri, brother Bryan Clements and wife Vicki of Houston, and a fiancée Jerry Wolcott of Dayton.
A memorial service will be held Saturday at 10AM at Allison Funeral Service, 1101 N. Travis Liberty, Texas. Condolences and memories can be shared online at www.allisonfuneralservice.com
He was student at the Liberty Independent School District. He was a cook for many years at some of the more popular restaurant in the Liberty area for most of his life; along with cooking, he also love fishing and his favorite was listening to zydeco music. Loyce loved people and had an awesome spirit of giving to anyone in need.
He was preceded in death by his parents: Dan Edwards Sr. and Legear (Berotte) Edwards; brothers: Forris, Horace, Norris, Dan, Eddie, and L.C. Edwards; sisters: Lillian Brazier, Julia Carrier, and Hazel Booker.
He was much loved and will be greatly missed by his nieces, nephews and a host of great nieces and nephews – other relatives and friends who are left to cherish his memories. He loved each of them so very much.
A visitation will be held Thursday. October 25, 2018 from 1:00pm – 5:00pm at Wells Funeral Services (Althea P. Gibson Memorial Chapel) 300 Alabama St. – Liberty, Texas. He lie-in-state from 9:00am to 10:00am - Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, 411 Milam St., Liberty, Texas. Mass will begin at 10:00am.
He was born April 9, 1936, in Shreveport, LA to Dutch and Jessie Rothwell Huckabee and lived in Moss Hill for the past 45 years and retired from pipefitting.
Cremation services under the care of Faith & Family Funeral Services, Inc.
This world has lost a very loving and beautiful Christian woman. The beloved Dorothy Louise Lee Brunet went to be with her Lord and Savior on October 23, 2018, in Liberty, Texas.
She was a lifelong resident of Southeast Texas. Born in Ames on December 18, 1926, to John Wesley Lee and Amanda Whidden Lee, she was raised in Liberty and a graduate of Liberty High School Class of 1945. She was an outstanding Christian, attending various Assembly of God churches in the area. She was famous for her “Snowball Cake,” sought after by many at church gatherings.
For three years after graduation she worked as a telephone switchboard operator in Liberty, then moving to Beaumont, for work at the Lincoln Insurance Agency lasting twenty-eight years. After the Lincoln office where she worked closed, she then went to work at the Jefferson County Courthouse, where she “was” the insurance department. She retired from Jefferson County at the “young” age of 73.
In the year 2000, she married Larry Brunet, at the lovely, Strattlefork Farms, San Augustine, Texas. She and Larry lived there for one and one-half years. The couple then moved to Granada Lake, where they resided until 2009. At that time they decided it was time to move into Liberty proper. She remained in Liberty until her death. Dorothy enjoyed her life with Larry, eating out, shopping, and going to church. She learned to drive a tractor, and she enjoyed the farm life in San Augustine, as well.
Dorothy loved her family, had a great appreciation of artwork, loved dolls, and especially loved her dogs. She had many dogs throughout her life that provided her years of companionship.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her beloved brother, Horace “Buddy” Eugene Lee; her sisters, Billie Lawrence, Hazel Williams, and Velma Majors; and niece Angela Smalley.
She is survived by her beloved husband, Larry E. Brunet; a niece very special to her heart, Nelda Howard; nephews, John Lee, Scott Lee; and numerous other nieces and nephews.
Larry would like to thank with all his heart the loving caregivers, niece-in-law Dina Tanner and Yolanda Mosley. Also, thanks are given to the staff of Kindred Hospice, and especially to Kerry and Shelby, who gave so much wonderful care to Dorothy.
A gathering of family and friends will be held at Allison Funeral Home, 1101 N. Travis Liberty, Texas, on Friday, October 26, 2018, at 1 pm. Services will be held after the viewing at 2 pm. Dorothy will be laid to rest at the Fairlawn Cemetery, FM 563, in Liberty. A special thanks to Pastor Darrell Brown and wife Dorothy Brown, for officiating at the service. Condolences and memories can be shared online at www.allisonfuneralservice.com
J.P. was born February 13, 1929 in Baytown, the son of the late John Edgar Starling and Allie May Debruhl Starling. He was preceded in death by his parents as well as beloved wife Mavis Moss Starling. A Korean War veteran, J.P. served in the U.S. Army from 1949-1956. J.P. was employed for thirty-three years by Exxon Mobil in the Civil Engineering Department as a Surveyor.
J.P. cherished his family and he enjoyed spending time with them. He often took the opportunity to serve his favorite meal of grilled hamburgers to them. J.P. was an avid duck hunter. He also enjoyed arts and crafts, traveling and wood working. His true passion was teaching trade services that included carpentry, electrical and construction to members of Shiloh Ministries, where he utilized his knowledge and skills that were honed throughout his life. He remained close friends with the graduates and continued a lifelong commitment to their growth, both spiritually and physically. He was a devoted member of the Assembly of God Church where he contributed his time and carpentry skills for the good of God.
He is survived by his son Bob Rao and wife Pat of Lexington, Texas; Grandchildren Stefanie Mann and husband James, Christie Campbell, Pennie Johnson and husband Todd; his great grandchildren Christopher Mann, Shelbie Campbell, Jaclyn Johnson and Olivia Johnson. He will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him. The family would like to extend a special thank you for all the love, care and prayers offered by Rocky and Debbie Fondren along with the staff of Shiloh Ministries. A funeral service for J.P. will be held 11AM, Thursday October 25, 2018 at Allison Funeral Service, 1101 N. Travis Liberty, Texas. Visitation will be held one hour prior to the service with burial to take place at Norris Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to Shiloh Ministries P.O. Box 10226 Liberty, TX. 77575 can be made in his name. Condolences and memories can be shared online at www.allisonfuneralservice.com.
Hugh was born November 23, 1936 in Longview, Texas the son of the late Leslie Hugh Clark and Willa Beth Holloway Clark . Hugh was a graduate of Northwestern University where he received his bachelors degree in Engineering. He went on to work for over thirty years for Baroid as a mud engineer. Hugh enjoyed fishing, hunting, collecting firearms, and knife making. He was a member of the Colt Collectors Association and was very talented at refurbishing Colt .45’s. A great story teller, he was laid back, and easy going.
He was preceded in death by his parents as well as his brother Leslie Clark and a step-daughter Lillian Maureen Crosby.
He leaves to cherish his memory his wife of twenty-seven years Minta Lafon Clark, sons Hugh Clark Jr. and wife Mihyo, Chris Clark and wife Racheal, step-son Ken Jones and wife Linda, and sister Brenda McDaniel. In addition he leaves his grandchildren Christopher Clark Jr., Kaehla Clark, and Kimberli Clark, his step-grandchildren, Weaver Ray Brown, Garland Lee Jones, Marissa Renae Jones, Meagan Buchanan, Tyler Buchanan, and Jordan Kathleen Jones. He also leaves a step-great grandson Keegan Tate Jones. He will be sorely missed by all who knew and loved him.
Funeral services for Hugh will be held 11AM Wednesday October 24, 2018 at Allison Funeral Service, 1101 N. Travis Liberty, Texas. Visitation will be held one hour prior to the service, burial to be held in Whittington Cemetery. Condolences and memories can be shared online at www.allisonfuneralservice.com.
Since 2012, he had been battling with Lou Gehrig's Disease (ALS). James was born June 30, 1946 in Daisetta, Texas to the late Sidney George Robertson and Odelia Mae Laird Robertson. James enjoyed reading, taking walks, tinkering with electronics, and spending time with his family. A Vietnam War veteran, James served in the US Navy from 1963-1969. James worked for over twenty five years as a crane operator with Champion Paper Mill, and was a Master Mason for the Hull Masonic Lodge #1193. He will be missed dearly by all who knew and loved him.
He was preceded in death by his parents as well as his brother Hugh Robertson and sister Elaine Jones.
He leaves behind to cherish his memory his wife of twenty-eight years Jennifer Hines Robertson, son Nathan Robertson, daughters Christy Robertson, Jami Robertson, and Codi Robertson Klein and husband Michael, his four grandchildren, Soren Robertson, Nicolas Peoples, Harrison Souza, and Adelyne Souza, sisters Blanche Buchanan and Linda Bradley, and brother Roger Robertson.
A graveside service will be held for James at 1:30PM Monday October 22, 2018 at Guedry Cemetery, Batson, Texas. Condolences and memories can be shared online at www.allisonfuneralservice.com.
In lieu of flowers, the family would prefer donations be made in James' memory to the ALS Association of Texas, www.alstexas.org.
Betty was born March 22, 1926 in Raywood, Texas to parents, William and Beulah Jowers DeBruhl.
Services for Mrs. Butcher will be 10:00 a.m., Saturday, October 20, 2018 at Pace-Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton. Interment will follow at Linney Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. on Friday evening at Pace-Stancil. Serving as pallbearers will be Brian Brightwell, Ivan Brightwell, Preston Wendel, Kale Rives, Dylon Smart, and Mike Rives.
Betty was a lifelong resident of Liberty County and had lived in Dayton for over 70 years where she raised her family. A devoted mother and grandmother she always loving supported her family by attending all of their activities through the years. Mrs. Butcher enjoyed sewing, traveling and being a member of the Liberty County Line Dancers. She was a longtime member of the First Baptist Church. Before her retirement she worked at Waldrop Ford in Liberty and Trinity Valley Tractors in Dayton.
Betty was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Ivan Douglas Butcher, Sr., brother, Bill DeBruhl and sister, Elizabeth Brown. She is survived by her son, Doug Butcher; daughter, Diane Brightwell and Gary; grandchildren, Deann Rives and Mike, Buddie Smart and David, Felicia Worthym and Jim, Brian Brightwell and Wendi, Ivan Brightwell and Jennifer, and Danielle Brightwell-Wendel and Preston; great-grandchildren, Kale and Kennedy Rives, Dylon and MaKinnley Smart, Jaxson and Brazos Brightwell, Drake and Colt Brightwell, Mason, Landon, Olivia and Lillian Wendel; also numerous other relatives and friends.
Pat was born in Romayer, Texas on August 23, 1926, to parents William Douglas Emanuel and Ebbie Sophire Collins. She had an older sister Myrhl, and a younger sister Ouida. After graduating Hardin High School, Pat went on to become an aspiring model and actress. She was literally discovered on a street corner while waiting for a trolley, when a man walked up to her saying, “I can put you in the movies”. She attempted to pursue her dream by moving to Hollywood, California. She quickly found out that Hollywood was not all that she thought it would be, and returned to her family and deep seeded roots here in Texas. Later she was quoted as saying, “I would rather live in Liberty, Texas, and be a good solid American Citizen, than all the glamour Hollywood could ever offer”. In 1948, she met, and then married, the late Dempsie Henley, former Liberty City Mayor, later to become Liberty County Judge. As a devoted wife to Dempsie, Pat enjoyed being a mother to her five children, Scott, Holly, and Jerry Lee, and her sisters two children, Jade Turner Morris and Zane Turner. Even with this large family, she always found time for endless civic and church work. Pat also loved entertaining friends and family; hosting many Thanksgiving and Fourth of July reunions with her husband, at their ranch near Moss Hill. She truly loved the outdoor life she and Dempsie shared.
Pat leaves to cherish her memory, her son Scott Henley and wife Lainie, daughter Holly Henley, grandchildren Jeff Aycock, wife Mandy, and their daughter Sierra, Chris Aycock and his daughter Madison, Kala Turner Bauer, her husband Donnie, and their son Wesley, Whit Turner his wife Andrea, and their children Jolie and Viviene, Logan Turner, Kale Morris, his wife Ashleigh, and their children Ashton, Christian, Kase and Kynkade, nephews Kent Cauthorn and his wife Carolyn, their son Kyle, his wife Miranda, their daughter Jayden, and Deen Cauthorn. Other family members to be recognized; Jerry and Rhonda Warren, their daughter, Jade, and their son Justin, Johnny and Patsy Ann McAfee, and Mark Collins. Pat was a beautiful woman, inside and out. She will sorely be missed, by all her family and friends that loved her.
Mrs. Henley is preceded in death by her parents, William and Ebbie Emanuel, husband Dempsey Henley, daughters Jade Turner Morris and Jerry Henley Aycock, son Zane Turner, sister Myrhl Turner and her husband John Kale Turner, Jr., and Ouida Cauthorn and her husband Bill Cauthorn.
A funeral service for Pat will be held 2PM Saturday October 20, 2018 at Liberty Church of Christ. Visitation will be held one hour prior to the service with burial to follow in Concord Cemetery. Condolences and memories can be shared online at www.allisonfuneralservice.com. The family would like to extend a special thanks to Magnolia Place for the wonderful care they provided for Pat over the years.
A service of remembrance will be held on Friday, October 19, 2018, at 2:00 P.M at First Baptist Church of Saratoga with Reverend Frank Aragon and Darrell Brown officiating. Interment will follow at Guedry Cemetery in Batson. There will be a gathering of family and friends on Thursday, October 18, 2018, from 5:00 P.M. until 8:00 at First Baptist Church of Saratoga.
A native of Liberty, Homer had lived in Saratoga, most of his life and had worked in maintenance for Lumberton I.S.D. He is preceded in death by his parents, Jeff Arrant and Doris Russell; brothers, Frank Fry, Harold Fry, Johnny Hazelwood; sisters, Evelyn Fry, Mary Hazelwood Fisher, Lula Pearl Lynch; and father and mother-in-law, J.W. and Mary Francis Brown.
He is survived by his wife of 42 years Linda Arrant of Saratoga, sons, Jeffery Arrant and wife Lorin of Dayton, Ricky Brown and wife Misty of Livingston; brothers, Shooter Hazelwood and Skipper Fry both of Votaw; sisters, Ruby Buffington of Votaw and Ethel Arrant; grandchildren, Cody and Carson Brown, Lacey and Emily Brown, Jaxon Arrant, and baby Arrant who is on the way.
Honoring Homer as pallbearers are Cody Brown, Scooter Kirkland, Melvin Kirkland, Jacob Kirkland, B.J. Sullivan, Ernie Hazelwood, and Eric Noack.
She was born on August 21, 1937 in Independence, Missouri to Earl Williams and Dorothy Guyer Williams.
Edna was a loving and devoted wife. She had an art room in her home where she enjoyed spending hours creating arts and crafts. She loved to cook. Her favorite thing to do was take long car rides to the country side. She could ride for hours enjoying the scenery. Edna loved her children and her grandchildren. She had a strong relationship with God and loved Jesus. Edna will be truly missed by all who knew and loved her.
Edna was preceded in death by her parents; son Clifford Parsons, granddaughter Mandy Allen and sister Dorothy Jean Sholar. She leaves behind to cherish her memory, her loving husband of fifty-two years, Leroy Heston; daughter Yvonne “Vonnie” Olson; grandchildren Michael, Deanna, Dennise, Deja, Jake, Clarrence, and Joey; eight Great-Grandchildren; three Great-Great Grandchildren and numerous other loving relatives.
Services have been entrusted with Allison Funeral Service. A graveside service and committal will be held on Friday, October 19, 2018 at 10am at Cooke Cemetery, 1906 Lakeland Drive, Liberty, Texas 77575.
Condolences and memories can be shared online by visiting www.allisonfuneralservice.com
He was born November 29, 1935 in Penelope, Texas to parents, Thomas Leroy Bowman and Viola Hall Bowman.
Visitation for Mr. Bowman will be 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., Saturday, October 20, 2018 at Pace-Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton.
Roy had lived in Dayton for the past 16 years and was formerly of Indonesia. He was definitely a people person, a part of the Tooley”s gang and will be remembered as the “Mayor of 321”.
Roy was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, Wy Bowman, and daughter, Ethel Marie Bowman. He is survived by children, Dorothy Udernosky and husband C. G., Walter Bowman and wife Cheri, Joanna Terry and husband Lloyd, Terry Lee Bowman, Jeannie Thomas, Terry bowman, and Sela Hall and husband Marcus, numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, great-grandchildren; brother, Lecil Bowman and wife Pat; sister, Marcella “Mickie” Jones; also numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Daryl was born July 13, 1948 in Mercy Hospital in Liberty Texas to William John and Ellen Katherine Sprayberry Remsing. He grew up in Dayton, Texas, attended Dayton Schools and graduated from Dayton High School, finishing 8th in the Class of 1966. He was a guard on the Broncho Football team and played clarinet in the Broncho Band. Daryl attended Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas where he received a BS in Education in May 1970. He then joined the US Army and was stationed in Germany until his retirement as a Sp 5. Daryl returned home and began his career at the Social Security Administration, first in Lake Charles Louisiana, where he met and married Laura. They moved to Phoenix Arizona, the area where he spent the rest of his adult life. He retired from SSA after 34 years of service.
Daryl was preceded in death by his beloved grandparents and parents, brother William R. Remsing, and cousin Donald Sprayberry. Left to mourn him and to remember his life are his brother Dale Remsing (Minnie) of West Pueblo, Colorado and his sister Judi Remsing of Dayton, Texas, along with the surviving members of “the Wolfpack”, ex-wife and friend Laura Brewer of Phoenix and his many friends and family spread across the country.
His remains will be interred at Houston National Cemetery in Houston though some of his ashes will be returned to the Valley of the Sun.
The family asks that donations in Daryl’s honor be given to the American Cancer Society, Hospice of the Valley in Chandler Arizona, or the Chandler Public Library.
“The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever.” Jacques Cousteau, “Life and Death in a Coral Sea”
Briana was born in Baytown, June 16, 1998 the daughter of Brian Morris Simon and Christina Leann Miller Cox.
Briana enjoyed hunting especially bow hunting, fishing, four wheelers, listening to music, reading, horses, and was always willing to help someone in need. She loved animals and enjoyed a good debate. She could be all girl but a tom boy was just below the surface. A graduate of Barbers Hill High School Class of 2016, she played softball, volleyball, and was on the debate team.
Briana was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents Lisa and Dewey Miller as well as her paternal grandfather Harvey Numa Simon.
She leaves behind to cherish her memory her father Brian Simon and wife Amanda of Dayton, mother Christina Cox and husband Michael of Old River-Winfree, brothers Christopher Simon, Michael Caleb Cox, Benjamin Simon, and Jacob Cox, and a sister Serenity Simon. In addition she leaves her paternal grandmother Katherine Simon, and her step grandparents David and Jackie Tyson and Hilda Seilhan. She also leaves numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins. She will be sadly missed by all who knew and loved her.
A visitation for Briana will be held Tuesday October 16, 2018 from 5-8PM at Allison Funeral Service, 1101 N. Travis Liberty, Texas. A funeral service will be held 2PM Wednesday October 17, 2018 at the Funeral home with burial to follow in Palms Memorial Park. Condolences and memories can be shared online at www.allisonfuneralservice.com.
He was born April 1, 1953 in Pasadena, Texas to parents Oscar Richard Wilson, Jr. and Jesse Faye Morse Wilson.
Memorial visitation for Skip will be 10:00 a.m., Monday, October 15, 2018 at Pace-Stancil Funeral Home Chapel.
Mr. Wilson was preceded in death by his parents, his brother Rusty Wilson and granddaughter, Brittney Wilson. He is survived by daughter, Sandy Faye Perkins and husband Preston; son, Richard Nolan Wilson and wife Tammy; grandchildren, Jamie Williams, Austin Small, Carter Locke, Berlin Wilson, Kaitlynn Perkins, Marcus Perkins, and Mason Perkins; brother, Kirk Lynn Wilson and Sarah Crownover; numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Sam was born February 20, 1924, in Madisonville, TX to the late Martin Luther Furguson and Myrtle Johnson Furguson. Mr. Furguson lived in Saratoga most of his life where he attended and was a Deacon at West End Baptist Church. He had retired from Exxon Mobil as a Maintenance Supervisor.
He is preceded in death by his parents, Martin Luther Furguson and Myrtle Johnson Furguson; his loving wife of 69 years, Mildred Furguson; step-mother, Annie Furguson, brothers; Clifton Furguson, Joe Furguson, Jack Furguson, Martin "Pick" Furguson; sisters; Ann Dominy, Vi Johnson, Francis Foy, and Nell Weeks; and infant son, Sammy Furguson.
Those left to cherish his memory are; daughters, Darlene Graham and husband Andy of Kerrville, TX, Vivian McMullen and husband Scott of Tomball, TX, Terri Hinton and husband Chuck of Livingston, TX, and Lisa Vanya and husband Gary of Brookeland, TX; sister, Jeanene Lilley of Humble, TX; grandchildren, John Prater and wife Ursala, Chris McMullen and wife Kathy, Casey Rosenbaum and husband Zac, Cassidy Hopkins and husband Ryan, Adrianne Murphy and husband Gary Don, Ashley Evans and husband Andy, Chad Hinton and wife Jesse, Houston Vanya, and Garison Vanya; great-grandchildren, Graham and Auden Prater, Judah and Ivy Rosenbaum, unborn Baby boy Hopkins, Ethan, Rowdy, and Brianna Stone, Melanie Murphy, Allie and Ace Evans, Charlie, Corinne, and Cate Hinton.
A homegoing celebration will be held on Sunday, October 14, 2018, at 2:00 P.M. at West End Baptist Church of Saratoga with interment to follow at Felps Cemetery in Thicket.
A gathering of Mr. Furguson’s family and many loving friends will be Saturday, October 13, 2018, at West End Baptist Church of Saratoga from 5:00 P.M. until 8:00 P.M.
Honoring Mr. Furguson as pallbearers are John Prater, Chris McMullen, Chad Hinton, Houston Vanya, Garison Vanya, Zac Rosenbaum, Ryan Hopkins, and Andy Evans.
Memorial contributions in memory of Sam L. Furguson may be made to West End Baptist Church, 13189 Cotton Road, Saratoga Texas, 77585.
To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Sam L. Furguson please visit our Sympathy Store at http://www.faithandfamilyfuneralservices.com.
Services of remembrance under the care of Faith & Family Funeral Services, Inc. 40847 Hwy 105 E, Batson, TX 77519. (936) 336-2222 or (936) 262-2100.
A graveside service will be held on Saturday, October 13, 2018, at 10:30 A.M. at Oak Bluff Memorial Park Cemetery of Port Neches with Reverend Charles Goodwin officiating.
Pearl was born August 1, 1919, in Gause, TX, to C.F. Butler and Nellie Little. She worked in sales for Stanley Home Products for many years and was presented a Cadillac for her skills.
Pearl is preceded in death by her husband John Goodwin, Sr.
Those left behind to cherish her memories are her Two sons, John Goodwin of Rye and Chuck Goodwin of Victoria., Four Grandchildren, Six great grandchildren and Three great great grandchildren.
Service of remembrance under the care of Faith & Family Funeral Services Inc. 40847 Hwy 105E. Batson, Texas 77519 936-336-2222 or 936-262-2100. Earning your trust one family at a time.
Leldon Leon Williams was born in Cullman, Alabama on November 20, 1928. It appears he could fix any broken thing, invent a box of parts that could do anything except rebuild the burnt out ashes of his beloved barn full of tools. A year ago his barn full of the entire inventory of Harbor Freight burned to the ground. At that point L. L. made his imminent reservations for heaven. A veteran of World War II and an alumni of Auburn University, he was married to Joan Turner Williams of Gadsden, Alabama for 70 years. He is the father of two boys, Rusty Williams with his wife LeAnn reside in Carthage, Texas and David Williams with his wife Kenua reside in New Berline, Texas. His face always beamed at the thought or sight of his two granddaughters, Laura Williams and Julia Williams Tomlinson. Working as a design engineer in the steel mill industry since 1953 until retirement in Liberty, Texas, L. L. was responsible for steel production innovation used world wide today. A deacon at Heights Baptist Church for 40 years, he and his wife Joan were very active in their church. L.L. was known for his ability to fix anything. He made several mission trips with the Baptist Men to build new homes for those who lost their homes in storms. After a quick repair of one of the wheel bearings, he boarded his chariot to heaven October 9, 2018 at the age of 89.
Visitation for L.L. will be 4:00 p.m. Thursday, October 11, 2018 at Faith and Family Funeral Home in Batson, Texas followed by a funeral service at 5:00 p.m.
Entombment will be 1:00 p.m. Friday, October 12, 2018 at Lakeview Cemetery in Longview, Texas. We, the Williams family, want to express our heartfelt appreciation and thank you to our friends and family who have been so faithful.
Service of remembrance under the care of Faith & Family Funeral Services Inc. 40847 Hwy 105E. Batson, Texas 77519. 936-336-2222 or 936- 262-2100 Earning your trust one family at a time.
She was born September 30, 1939 in Possum Kingdom, Texas to parents, Joseph Kee and Flossie Woods Kee.
Graveside service for Mrs. Brown will be 3:00 p.m., Friday, October 12, 2018 at Magnolia Park Cemetery in Dayton. Arrangements are under the direction of Pace-Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton. Serving as pallbearers are Randy Brown, Donnie Brown, Matthew Brown, Dennis Harkins, C.W. Collier, Ricky Brown and Kameron Brown.
Betty had lived in Dayton for 23 years after moving from Houston. She enjoyed quilting, sewing and most of all being with her family and grandchildren. Betty worked for Wal-Mart for over 23 years.
Mrs. Brown was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, William F. Brown; son, Warren Gable; grandson, Dale Gable and all of her brothers and sisters. She is survived by daughter, Brenda Harkins and husband Dennis of Santa Fe; son, Ricky Brown of Conroe; grandchildren, Ray Dean Gable, Lamar Gable, Randy Brown, Donnie Brown, Tyler Brown and Matthew Brown; numerous great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
She was born August 6, 1944 in Grapeland, Texas to parents, Bennie Malcolm Shaver and Ruth Colkin Shaver.
Arrangements were under the direction of Pace-Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton.
Martha was a longtime resident of Dayton before moving to Votaw. She retired from Dayton Independent School District where she taught for over 30 years.
Martha was preceded in death by her parents, B.M. and Ruth Shaver; her husband, Doug Parker; her brother, Michael Shaver and her mother and father-in-law, W.R. and Lillian Parker. She is survived by her children, Robert Parker and wife Kathy of Liberty and Paula Parker Cogswell of Votaw; grandchildren, Kaylee, Kamryn and Keaton Parker; sister-in-law, Joann Vasina; brothers-in-law, David Parker and Doak Parker; also numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
She was born on March 7, 2018 to Juan Carlos Saucedo and Gesenia Jazmine Pichardo.
Genesis was a happy and loving baby girl. She loved watching Paw Patrol and playing with her rattles. She was a curious baby, always looking to explore the world around her. She loved to giggle and smile. Genesis loved her big sister and being around her family. Her favorite color was purple.
Genesis was preceded in death by her Great-Grandfather, Jesus Cantu; Great-Aunt Lorena Hernandez; and Cousin Eliseo Ortiz. She leaves behind to cherish her memory her loving parents; older sister Abigail Moreno; Aunts Lucinda Aguilar and husband Jorge, Daisy Pichardo and husband Felix Ortiz, Gabriella Garcia and husband Jemarcus Guillory, Alondra Garcia; Uncles Eduardo Mares, Rodrigo Pichardo and wife Ana Soto, Julian Cantu; and a host of other loving relatives.
Friends are invited to visit with the family on Thursday, October 11, 2018 from 5pm – 8pm in the chapel of Allison Funeral Service, 1101 N. Travis, Liberty, Texas 77575. Rosary will begin at 7pm. Funeral services will be held Friday, October 12, 2018 at 10am at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, 411 Milam Street, Liberty, Texas 77575. Burial and committal will immediately follow at Liberty Catholic Cemetery.
The family requests that you wear purple in honor of Genesis.
Condolences and memories can be shared online by visiting www.allisonfuneralservice.com
She was born March 13, 1933 in Amity, Arkansas to parents, Edgar Franklin Laster and Bertha Ashley Laster.
Erma was a longtime resident of Crosby. She had worked for many years in Baytown for Weiner’s and Kmart. She loved her church and enjoyed going to revivals. Erma also enjoyed sewing.
Mrs. Barnett was preceded in death by her parents; husband, James Barnett; and infant son, James Edgar Barnett. She is survived by sons, Ronald Barnett and wife Daisy and Arnold Barnett and wife Cindi; daughters, Linda Sutton and husband Terry, Glenda Howe and husband Jerry and Connie Barnett; eight grandchildren, fourteen great-grandchildren; sisters, Edna Roberts, Nora Sikes, Carolyn White, Joyce Mosley and Gay Laster; numerous nieces, nephews, other family members and friends.
Mike was born August 19, 1953 in Pasadena, Texas the son of Wallace Bernard Glazener and Susan Thompson Glazener.
Mike ultimately was about family and God. He enjoyed spending time with his family, running, and golfing. Mike’s career began as a pipefitter for Brown and Root. He joined Lakewood Church and was called to ministry. He moved to Oklahoma and attended Rhema Bible School graduating in 1980. After the graduating he moved to the Liberty area where he took a position as Associate Pastor of Shiloh Church, where he met his wife, Laurie. They moved to Texarkana, where he pastored Texarkana Christian Center. They moved back to Liberty to become the Associate Youth Pastor for Maranatha Church. They then moved to Louisiana to Pastor Christ Cathedral of Praise. He returned to Liberty in 1998, to Pastor what was renamed Cornerstone Church, where he has pastored for the past twenty years. Mike also was an assistant coach of boys and girls Cross Country for Liberty High School. Mike was preceded in death by his father Wallace Bernard Glazener.
He leaves behind to cherish his memory his wife of thirty-six years Laurie R. Glazener of Liberty, mother Susan Glazener of Katy, son Paul Glazener and wife Katelyn of Liberty, sisters Patricia Berry of Tomball, Linda Burnett and husband Jessie of Alvin, Jackie Simpson of Katy, and a brother Tommy Glazener of Dallas. In addition he leaves his three grandchildren Addie, Duke, and Giana Glazener. Mike will be sadly missed by all who knew and loved him.
Visitation for Michael will be held October 10, 2018 Wednesday 5-8PM at Cornerstone Church, 1693 Hwy 146 Bypass Liberty, Texas. Funeral services to be held 10AM Thursday October 11, 2018 at Cornerstone Church with burial to follow in Cooke Memorial Cemetery. Condolences and memories can be shared online at www.allisonfuneralservice.com.
He was named Dennie Ledell Johnson Jr. At an early age Dennie Jr. accepted Christ and was baptized by Rev. P. J. Walker at St. Miles Missionary Baptist Church, Ames, Texas.
Dennie Jr. attended Devers Elementary School in Devers, Texas and graduated from Liberty High School in Liberty, Texas. He also joined the Job Corps in Roswell, New Mexico for three years. Later returning to the Baytown and Houston area he worked for a Moving Van Company until his health failed.
Dennie Jr united with Galilee Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev.Randy Vaughn and later with Omega Gospel Ministries under the leadership of Pastor Pat Johnson until death.
On September 26, 2018 Dennie Jr. departed this life in Baytown, Texas.
Dennie Jr. is preceded in death by his brothers: Michael Ledell Johnson and Lyndon Baines Johnson; grandparents: Jack and Lenora Simmons and Charles and Eula Johnson.
He leaves to cherish his memory: one daughter; Alexis Nechelle Johnson of Houston, Texas: parents Dennie and Leatrice Johnson of Ames, Texas; one sister Evelyn D. Jefferson of Baytown, Texas: one brother Aaron Johnson of Rayne, Louisiana: and a host of other relatives and friends.
Visitation will be at Wells Funeral Services in the Althea P. Gibson Chapel on Friday, October 5, 2018 from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm. He will lie-in-state Saturday, October 6, 2018, from 10:00 am to 11:00 am at Mt. Rose Missionary Baptist Church, 808 Washington Ave. Liberty, Tx., Funeral Service starts - 11:00 am.
L.C. Speights – Pastor.
Interment is Wells Memorial Cemetery – Liberty, Texas.
Wells Funeral Services at 300 Alabama Street, Liberty, Texas has been entrusted with final arrangements. Memories and online condolences maybe shared at www.wellsfuneralservices.com.
Services for Bryan ‘Hootie’ Robbins, 57, will be held at 1 p.m. Friday, Oct. 5, at the Cowboy Church of Erath County with Werth Mayes officiating.
Burial will follow at Johnson Cemetery. Visitation will be held from 6-8 p.m. Thursday at Stephenville Funeral Home.
Bryan was born in Clinton, Tennessee to Larry ‘Pappy’ Robbins and Mary Lou Disney Robbins. He graduated from Dayton High School in 1979. Bryan married Wendy Graves on Dec. 10, 1983 in Liberty. Spending most of his life in Dayton, Bryan and his family moved to Stephenville in 2006, where he thoroughly enjoyed raising show cattle, fishing and team roping. He was proud of his whitetail deer management program he developed on his ranch in Talpa. In 2012, the first of three grandchildren were born and changed his whole world—Holt, Aylee and Kanon were the light of his eye. Aside from his family, he would include in his greatest accomplishments as being involved in the success of his thriving company, Tri Con Works, and producing the Grand and Reserve Champion Steer at the San Antonio Livestock Exposition in 2017. He was a member of several organizations including Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Assn., American Cattle Raisers Assn., the FLW, BASS and AQHA.
Bryan is survived by his wife, Wendy; children, Andi Sims and husband Luke, Kati Robbins and fiancé Tanner Slagle, Kehl Robbins and wife Lauren, and Maddi Robbins, all of Stephenville; grandchildren, Holt and Aylee Sims, and Kanon Robbins; parents, Larry ‘Pappy’ Robbins and wife Brenda of Dayton, TX, and Mary Lou Robbins of Tennessee; sister, Stephanie Robbins of Dayton, TX; several nieces, nephews, cousins and a multitude of family and friends.
Bryan was preceded in death by a brother, David Robbins. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in his honor to: Dayton Young Farmers Chapter P.O. Box 2373 Dayton, Texas 77535 Cowboy Church of Erath County 4945 U.S. Hwy 67 Stephenville, Texas 76401 Online condolences maybe made at www.stephenvillefh.com.
She was born July 22, 1952 in Baytown, Texas to parent Ralph and Melba Yates Waldrop.
Service for Judy will be 3:00 p.m., Thursday, October 4, 2018 at Pace-Stancil Funeral Home Chapel in Dayton. The family will receive friends from 1:00 p.m. until service time at 3:00 p.m.
Judy had been a resident of Kenefick for the past 13 years after moving from Baytown. She was a member of the New Life Church in Kenefick and the Kenefick Ladies Civic Club. Judy had worked for over 22 years as a nurse.
She was preceded in death by her parents and her father-in-law, Bill Riegert. Judy is survived by her husband of 30 years, Bobby Riegert; son, Allen Leach and wife Daniell; daughter, Roxane Cates and husband Marvin; mother-in-law, Charmie Riegert; brother, Tommy McIntyre and three other brothers; sister, Sandy Rowell; grandchildren, Chelsey, Calvin, Linda and Jessica Cates, Tori and Haleigh Leach; great-grandchild, Jameson Massey; lifelong friend, Kathy Campbell; numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Born on November 16, 1929, in Leonville, Louisiana, she was the third child of eight children. Her parents were Emile and Adolphine Lemelle.
Mary moved to Texas where extended family resided. Mary met and married Oscar Martin Medina on December 29, 1951. Mary and Oscar were blessed with five children, 4 daughters and one son. They were married for 55 years..
Left to cherish her memories are daughters, Joycelyn Rollins (Grover), Doris Tucker (Eddie), Sandra Burrell (Carol), Tami Landry (Anthony), Daughter-in-love, Velva James. Grandchildren, Dr .Grover Cleavon Rollins, Monica Burks (Marlon), Eddie Tucker Jr. (Nicole), Anthony Landry, Jr. (Clara), Dr. Alden Landry (Latrice), Great grandchildren Anika Ross, Acelyn Landry, Anthony Landry III, Axavier Landry, Ashton Landry, Eijon Tucker, Austin Tucker, Sarah Pedroza, Cross Burks, Anamarie Landry, Alden Landry Jr., Ava Landry and Auzenne Landry, sister, Florence Auguillard, brother, Felix Lemelle, and sister-in-law Mildred Lemelle, as well as a host of nieces and nephews.
Mary will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her.
Mass celebrating the life of Mary Mabel Medina will be Tuesday, 2 October 2018 at 10:00 a.m. at Immaculate Conception Church, 411 Milam Street, Liberty, Texas. Interment: Immaculate Conception Church Cemetery. Arrangements by: Kingwood Funeral Home, 22800 Highway 59 North, Kingwood, TX 77339
Jerry was born November 16, 1958 in Liberty to parents; W.C. “Peewee” and Billie Montingh Duff, and was a lifelong resident of the Liberty area. He was a graduate of Hardin High School class of 1977, a retired production manager from AMICO, and had volunteered for the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts with his children. Jerry also enjoyed camping, fishing, working in his yard, and was known to tinker. Jerry had a warm and caring personality, he liked to play jokes and never met a stranger. Mr. Duff provided for his family, and was always there to make sure his family was provided for. Mr. Duff was preceded in death by his father: W.C. “Peewee” Duff, his mother: Billie Montingh Duff, and sister: Billie Diane Duff. He is survived by his devoted wife of thirty-five years: April Boden Duff of Hardin, daughter: Brandi Duff Goins and husband Bryan Wayne of Hull-Daisetta, son: Jason Duff and wife Katie Elizabeth of Hardin, brother: Terry Duff of Mississippi, sister: Brenda Brantley of Dayton, grandchildren; Amber Dawn Foster, Gerald Wayne Foster, Jr., Jazmine Faye Foster, Colton Lynn Duff, and Kennedy Grace Duff, numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.
Memorial Services will be held 1030AM Wednesday October 3, 2018 at Hardin Baptist Church. Condolences and memories can be left online at www.allisonfuneralservice.com
Connor was born August 6, 2018, at Baptist Hospital in Beaumont and is the son of Kevin Stevison and Morgan Glover.
Those left to cherish his memory are his parents, Kevin Stevison of Kountze and Morgan Glover of Beaumont; grandparents, Brandon and Shonda Fregia of Kountze, and Stacy Hudson of Woodville; great-grandparents, Frankie and Helen Williams of Silsbe, Donnie and Tracy Fregia of Moss Hill, Brenda Strickland of Beaumont, and Ronnie and Sherry Foxworth of Kountze; uncle, Brandon Fregia of Kountze; aunt, Cheyenne Fregia of Kountze; sisters, Haylee and Harper of Beaumont; and a host of loving friends and family.
A service of remembrance will be held Saturday, September 29, 2018, at Faith & Family Funeral Services, Inc. beginning at 11:00 a.m. with interment to follow at William Hart Cemetery in Kountze.
A gathering of Connor's family and friends will be Friday, September 28, 2018, at Faith & Family Funeral Services, Inc. from 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.
Honoring Connor as pallbearers are Timothy Hudson, Anthony Soileau, Rusty Gore, and William McCurley.
To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Connor Wesley Stevison please visit our Sympathy Store at Faith & Family Funeral Services
Service of remembrance under the care of Faith & Family Funeral Services, Inc. 40847 Hwy 105 E, Batson, TX 77519. (936) 336-2222 or (936) 262-2100.
Paul was born July 30th, 1957 in Liberty, Tx. to the late Paul Stelly Sr. and Willie Bea DeBlanc-Stelly.
Paul enjoyed his employment with Cameron Iron Works for many years then went on to become a truck driver. He was a jack of all trades with a specialty in firing up his barbecue pit. This led to him being at home with family and friends enjoying harassing any and everyone that came by.
Left to cherish his memories are his sons Paul Stelly Cole and Phillip Ray Stelly, a daughter Tawana Stelly, a brother Craig Stelly, 3 grandchildren, MalaiStelly, Paul Stelly and Aiden Stelly all of Ames, Tx. He has a host of family and friends to cherish his memories.
Visitation will be at Wells Funeral Services in the Althea P. Gibson Chapel on Friday, September 28, 2018 from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm. He will lie-in-state Saturday, September 29, 2018, from 10:00 am to 11:00 am at St. Miles Baptist Church, 120 Highway 90. Liberty, Tx., Funeral Service starts - 11:00 am.
Pastor Dwight Pruitt officiating.
Interment is Wells Memorial Cemetery – Liberty, Texas.
Wells Funeral Services at 300 Alabama Street, Liberty, Texas has been entrusted with final arrangements. Memories and online condolences maybe shared at www.wellsfuneralservices.com.
Jesse was born in Winnsboro, Louisiana to parents Willie Isaac Barton and Elsie Shipley Barton.
Services for Mr. Barton will be 3:00 p.m., Friday, September 28, 2018 at Pace-Stancil Funeral Home Chapel with interment to follow at Magnolia Park Cemetery. Visitation will be 1:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m., Friday before the service.
Jesse was a longtime resident of Dayton. He proudly served in the United States Air Force from 1956 until 1962 and was a member of the American Legion. He was owner and operator with his wife Evelyn of the Texas Kountry Kitchen and the B & S Club. He had previously worked for the city of Liberty and had been a part of building bridges throughout this area. Jesse took pride in his community, supporting many organizations and activities. He was most definitely a people person and enjoyed visiting with everyone.
He was preceded in death by his parents, his sisters Lovie, Margaret, and Georgia and daughter, Connie Ray Richard. He is survived by his wife Evelyn Pratka Barton of Dayton; sons, Jeffrey Barton and Jayme Barton; step-children, Andrea Walker, Kristy Decker, and J.J. Calhoun; numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, other relatives and a host of friends.