Mildred O. & Joe Dunn Vermillion
wed 17 Nov 1933
Masonic and Eastern Star Symbols
Services for Joe Dunn Vermillion, 68, of Van Alstyne were
held Monday in Flesher Funeral Home with burial in Van Alstyne Cemetery.
H died Friday in Texoma Medical Center in Denison.
Mr. Vermillion was born in Altoga, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
B. Vermillion and married Mildred Noles Nov. 17, 1933 in McKinney. He was
a member of the Van Alstyne First Baptist Church, Mantua Lodge No. 209
and the Eastern Star.
Surviving are his wife of Van Alstyne; son, Ronald Lee Vermillion
of Houston; sisters, Love Priest of Grand Prairie, May Cate of Van Alstyne
and Wilma Stiff, Bonnie Vermillion and Leta Howard of Denton; brother,
Mark Vermillion of Grand Prairie; and four grandchildren.
September 19, 2002
VAN ALSTYNE - Services for Mildred Vermillion, 86-year-old Van Alstyne
resident, will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 21 at Flesher Funeral Home
Chapel. She died Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2002.
The Rev. Jimmy Tarrant will officiate and an Eastern Star Service
will take place at the close of the service. Burial will be in Van Alstyne
Mrs. Vermillion was born on Nov. 18, 1916 in Cullman County, Alabama,
daughter of Gaines Washington Noles and Minnie Jewel Preston Noles. She
was a graduate of North Texas State Teacher's College High School and attended
Grayson Junior College. She married Joe Dunn Vermillion Nov. 17, 1933 in
She was an active member of the First Baptist Church in Van Alstyne
and a charter member of the Leah Elliot Chapter 1119 Order of the Eastern
Star. She worked at Sanger Brothers' Department Store and Guiberson Diesel
Engine Company until moving to Van Alstyne in 1950, where she worked for
20 years and retired from Texas Instruments as a quality controller.