Edgar Franklin Goldston
George Troy Goldston
John Cecil Goldston
Services for George Troy Goldston of 716 S. Ricketts, 46-year-old
switchman for Southern Pacific Railroad who died Thursday in a Sherman
hospital, will be
held at 2 p.m. Saturday in Waldo Funderal Home Chapel.
Rev. Glen Reece of Forest Avenue Baptist Church will officiate,
with burial at Dixie Cemetery north of Whitesboro.
Mr. Goldston was born in Sherman, the son of W.H. and Lois Stubblefield
Goldston. He was a switchman for the Southern Pacific Railroad for
over 20 years.
He was in the Army from 1960 to 1962 and was a member of Pecan Grove
Surviving are his mother; sons, Tracy Goldston of Howe and Justin
Goldston of Sherman; daughters, Terrie Farris and Cheryl Goldston, both
of Howe and Becky Goldston and Shauna Goldston, both of Sadler; brothers,
Johnny Goldston of Chicago, Ill., Leon Goldston of Pottsboro, Delton Goldston
of Sherman and Loy Goldston of Sadler; and sisters, Mrs. D.E. Ferguson
of Van Alstyne, Mrs.J.L. Shelton of San Antonio and Mrs. Charles Tuley
The family will be at the funeral home from 7 to 8 p.m. Friday and
other times at the residence