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Norma Belle Harrell

Rouelle H. Harrell
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Thelma Harrell

     Rouelle  Harrell,  104, of San Angelo died Friday, January 1, 1999, 
     at  Rio  Concho  Manor. Graveside service will be at 2 p.m. Friday, 
     January  8,  in  Holloway  Cemetery  near  Sherman with Tracy Fleet 
     officiating.  Arrangements  are  by Johnson's Funeral Home. Rouelle 
     Harrell,  born  Aug.  21,  1894, in Grayson County, the daughter of 
     John  Wylie Hollingsworth and Florence Scott Hollingsworth. She was 
     reared  in  Sherman, attending the Sherman public schools with post 
     graduate  work at Austin College and University of Iowa. She taught 
     in  the  public  schools  in  Sherman until her retirement after 30 
     years  of  teaching  first  and  second  grades.  She then became a 
     chaperone  for  Hockaday  School  in Dallas for two years. She then 
     became  a  director for the Cauthon Hall, Austin College in Sherman 
     for  two  years.  She  was  a member of the Delta Kappa Gamma, life 
     member  of  PTA, and University Women, and Johnson Street Church of 
     Christ.  She wasmarried to Charles Clarence Harrell, Dec. 18, 1912, 
     he  preceded her in death July 18, 1921. She was blessed with three 
     daughters,  Thelma,  who  died in the poliomyelitis epidemic, Doris 
     Harrell,  and  Mrs. Bennett Joiner of San Angelo. Survivors include 
     her  daughters,  Doris Catherine Harrell, Charlie Marie Joiner, and 
     her  husband,  Dr.  Bennett A. Joiner of San Angelo; grandchildren, 
     Dr.  Bennett  Joiner Jr. and wife, Sharon, of Austin, Ann Evans and 
     husband, Mike, of Houston, Dr. Steve Joiner and wife, Margaret Ann, 
     of  Cupertino,  Calif.,  and  Carol  Doggett and husband, Scott, of 
     Dallas. Also great-grandchildren, Sara Rouelle and Thomas Joiner of 
     Austin,  Julie  and  Michelle Evans of Houston, Steven, Michael and 
     David Joiner of California, and Turner Doggett of Dallas. She had a 
     long very productive life, many friends and much loving guidance to 
     her  family;  an  excellent  memory that could tell us more than we 
     could  remember of our children and grandchildren. We will miss her 
     love and care. - - - - San Angelo Standard-Times

San Angelo Standard - Times Online

 Rouelle  Harrell,  104, of San Angelo died Friday, January 1, 1999,
     at  Rio  Concho  Manor. Graveside service will be at 2 p.m. Friday,
     January  8,  in  Holloway  Cemetery  near  Sherman with Tracy Fleet
     officiating.  Arrangements  are  by Johnson's Funeral Home. Rouelle
     Harrell,  born  Aug.  21,  1894, in Grayson County, the daughter of
     John  Wylie Hollingsworth and Florence Scott Hollingsworth. She was
     reared  in  Sherman, attending the Sherman public schools with post
     graduate  work at Austin College and University of Iowa. She taught
     in  the  public  schools  in  Sherman until her retirement after 30
     years  of  teaching  first  and  second  grades.  She then became a
     chaperone  for  Hockaday  School  in Dallas for two years. She then
     became  a  director for the Cauthon Hall, Austin College in Sherman
     for  two  years.  She  was  a member of the Delta Kappa Gamma, life
     member  of  PTA, and University Women, and Johnson Street Church of
     Christ.  She wasmarried to Charles Clarence Harrell, Dec. 18, 1912,
     he  preceded her in death July 18, 1921. She was blessed with three
     daughters,  Thelma,  who  died in the poliomyelitis epidemic, Doris
     Harrell,  and  Mrs. Bennett Joiner of San Angelo. Survivors include
     her  daughters,  Doris Catherine Harrell, Charlie Marie Joiner, and
     her  husband,  Dr.  Bennett A. Joiner of San Angelo; grandchildren,
     Dr.  Bennett  Joiner Jr. and wife, Sharon, of Austin, Ann Evans and
     husband, Mike, of Houston, Dr. Steve Joiner and wife, Margaret Ann,
     of  Cupertino,  Calif.,  and  Carol  Doggett and husband, Scott, of
     Dallas. Also great-grandchildren, Sara Rouelle and Thomas Joiner of
     Austin,  Julie  and  Michelle Evans of Houston, Steven, Michael and
     David Joiner of California, and Turner Doggett of Dallas. She had a
     long very productive life, many friends and much loving guidance to
     her  family;  an  excellent  memory that could tell us more than we
     could  remember of our children and grandchildren. We will miss her
     love and care.
 


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