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HUBERT ERLE NORTHCUTT
Mr. Hubert Erle Northcutt, age 79 passed away at his home in Rock Springs on Sun-day, November 30, 2003. Mr. Northcutt was born September 23, 1924, in Graham, Okla-homa, son of Hubert and Ethel Northcutt. Mr. Northcutt served in the United States Navy during World War II. Mr. Northcutt had a long and versatile career in the oilfield from 1940 to 1986. Twenty-five years with Halliburton included five years as District Superintendent of the Vernal, Utah/Rock Springs areas. Mr. Northcutt was a drilling super-visor for the Indonesian-American Oil Company (IIAPCO) for twelve years based in Jakarta, Indonesia. After returning to the States, he supervised drilling opera-tions for Diamond Shamrock in China, Tunisia, Ghana, Ha-waii and Colombia.
Mr. Northcutt retired to his home in East Texas. Mr. Northcutt and Dorris moved to Rock Springs in 1989 to be near their children.
Survivors include his wife, Dorris of 61 years; three chil-dren, Susanne Ellis and hus-band Bill, Erlene Slaugh and husband Gary, Pat Slaugh and husband Craig; six grandchil-dren, Rita Oriet, Gary Erle, Justin and Travis Slaugh, Stacy Ellis and Stephanie Ellis (USN Korea); four great grandchildren, Wes and Ryan Slaugh, Lacy and Kaila Oriet, all of Rock Springs; one sister, Helen Donaldson of Waco.
Preceded in death by his parents; brother Richard Northcutt.
Funeral services for Mr. Hubert Erle Northcutt were held Wednesday, December 3, at 1:00 p.m. at Fox Funeral Home, 2800 Commercial way, Rock Springs, with the Rev. Edwin Mendenhall officiating. Interment followed in Rock Springs Memorial Cemetery.
Fox Funeral Home

MABLE MCKINNEY JONES JOHNSON
Mrs. Mable McKinney Jones Johnson was born April 5, 1933 to the late Edgar and Helen McKinney in Crockett. She attended the Hopewell Community Schools.
She passed away on Sept. 20, 2003 in Crockett. Survi-vors are: 6 children; Autherine Strange of Crockett, Vickie Jones and companion R. E. Williams, Larry Jones and wife Sylivia, Donald Ray Jones, David Jones and wife Martha, Darrel Wayne Jones all of Houston, 2 sisters; Lottie Purvis of Crockett and Mae Pearl Cooper of Houston, 2 brothers; Leroy Gibson of Maryland and Leon Gibson and wife Patricia of Crockett, 12 grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren, several nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
Funeral services for Mrs. Mable McKinney Jones John-son, age 70, were held Satur-day, October 25, 2003, 11 am, Bethel Baptist Church, 904 North 6th St., Crockett, Rev. Earl Harris, pastor, Rev. Oscar Henderson, officiated. Eternal resting place was in Jasper Cemetery.
McClain-Clebourn Fu-neral Service

DOMENICK MARIETTA
Mr. Domenick Marietta, age 90 passed away December 5, 2003 in Crockett. Mr. Marietta was a veteran of WWII serving in the Pacific and was a lifelong dairy farmer and rancher in Fairbanks and Crockett.
Survivors include his wife of 57 years Alpha Marietta; children, Linda Marietta, Shirley Marietta, Steven Marietta and wife Pamela; granddaughters: Amy Brown, Hannah Marietta, Cameron Smith and husband Justin; great-grandson: Noah Smith; and brother: Ernest Marietta and wife Mildred.
Funeral services were held at 12:00 p.m. Monday, December 8, 2003, in the Chapel of Earthman Resthaven. Interment followed in the Earthman Resthaven Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, the family asked memorials be made to Fairbanks Methodist Church, 14210 Aston, Houston, TX 77040 or Baylor College of Medicine Parkinson Disease Research Fund, 6550 Fannin Suite 1801, Houston, TX 77245.
Earthman Resthaven
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KENNETH HILL "SAM" HUFF
Mr. Kenneth Hill "Sam" Huff, age 55 of Grapeland, passed away Thursday, December 25, 2003 at Presbyterian Hospital in Plano. Mr. Huff was born August 9, 1948 in Palestine to S.W. "Pete" Huff and Martha Jane Yount Huff. Mr. Huff graduated from Grapeland High School and attended Santa Barbara City College, Santa Barbara, CA. and Sam Houston State University. Mr. Huff was an employee of Nucor Corporation for 30 years. Mr. Huff served as general manager of the Vulcraft Division in Grapeland and retired as general manager of Nucor Steel in Jewett, and as a Vice-President of Nucor Corporation in July of 1999. Mr. Huff was a member of the First Baptist Church of Grapeland.
Survivors include his wife Patti Huff of Grapeland; daughter and son-in-law Mary Jane and Greg Gunter of Frisco; granddaughters Katherine Gunter and Sarah Gunter of Frisco; mother and step-father Jane and Howard Van Winkle of Auburn, Calif.; sister Lisa Bleakley of Allen; brother Barry Grant and wife Judy of Bardstown, Ky.; and numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
Preceded in death by his father S.W. "Pete" Huff; and a brother David Mark Huff.
Funeral services for Mr. Kenneth Hill "Sam" Huff were held Sunday December 28, at 3:30 p.m. at The First Baptist Church, Grapeland with the Rev. David Bradley officiating. Interment followed in Dailey Cemetery.
Pallbearers will be Rajah Huff, Sheldon Huff, Mitchell Huff, Steven Huff, Scott Huff, Dan Huff, Paul Huff, Mark Huff, Artie Starr, and Gene Ross Lively.
Bailey & Foster Funeral Home

BEULAH DAVIS REAGANS
Beulah Davis Reagans was born March 15, 1938 to Elvie and Henry Davis in Nacogdo-ches. She was a member of Mt. Moriah Baptist Church since childhood. She worked as a cook at several local res-taurants including, the Royal, King's Inn, and Crockett Inn. On December 21, 1957 she was married to Melvin C. Reagans "Mal C."
Life's departure was on De-cember 21, 2003 at the local hospital.
She was preceded in death by her parents, 4 sisters; Jose-phine Watkins, Doris Town-son, Betty Sue Davis, Willie Mae Townson, 4 brothers; Fred, Dan, R. L., and Charles Davis.
Survivors are: husband; Melvin C. "Mal C." Reagans of Crockett, mother in law; Josephine Reagans of Crock-ett, 4 daughters; Mary and husband Hunter, Marilyn and husband Gustavio, Maria of Crockett, Barbara of Nacog-doches, 2 sons; Melvin and wife Anissa, and Jerry of Dal-las, sister; Mildred Berry of Nacogdoches, 2 brothers; James Davis of Crockett, Glen Davis of Houston, 1 god-daughter; Gloria Bowens, 20 grandchildren, 13 great grand-children, numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
Funeral services for Mrs. Beulah Mae Davis Reagans age 65, will be held Saturday, December 27, 2003, 1 pm, Mt. Moriah Baptist Church, Hwy. 21 West, Crockett, Rev. An-thony Jackson, pastor and Rev. Harry Fred Scott, officiating. Eternal resting place will be in Hickory Grove Cemetery, Crockett.
McClain-Clebourn Funeral Service

GORDEN STUBBLEFIELD
Mr. Gorden Stubblefield, age 100 of Kennard, passed away Wednesday, December 31, 2003 at his residence in Kennard. Mr. Stubblefield was born January 2, 1903 in Kennard and had lived in Kennard all of his lifetime. Mr. Stubblefield worked as a farmer and was a member of the Mt. Olive Congregational Church.
Survivors include his sons Cleon Stubblefield and wife Dianne, Leon Stubblefield and wife Carolyn, all of Ken-nard; daughter Nell Stubblefield, of Kennard; grandchildren Jeff Stubblefield and wife Sherry, of Kennard, Ernest Stubblefield and wife Pam, Helen Ellis and husband Wendall, all of Oakwood, Pat Parker, of Beaumont, Kim Davis, of Houston, Teresa LaMar, of Huntington, Jean Wyatt and husband Mike, Terry Stubblefield and wife Brenda, all of Kennard; eighteen great-grandchildren; ten great-great-grandchildren; numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives.
Preceded in death by his wife Tecie Stubblefield; infant son Clifton Stubblefield; son C.M. Stubblefield; grand-son Ray Davis; and great-grandson Talon Cole.
Funeral services for Mr. Gorden Stubblefield were held Saturday, January 3, in the Mt. Olive Congregational Church with the Rev. Larry Bruce and the Rev. John Smith officiating. Interment followed in the Jim English Cemetery.
Callaway-Allee Funeral Home

JANICE (JAN) STEWART LAWDER
Mrs. Janice (Jan) Stewart Lawder, age 70 of Crockett, passed away Thursday, December 25, 2003 in the East Texas Medical Center-Crockett. Mrs. Lawder was born May 20, 1933 in Lorain, Ohio and was a longtime resident of Houston until recently moving to Crockett. Mrs. Lawder worked as a secretary and was a housewife.
Survivors include her children Sharon Ann Chisum McDougald, of Creek, Richard Lee Chisum, of Austonio; six grandchildren; one great-grandchild.
Mrs. Janice (Jan) Stewart Lawder requested her body be donated to Science Research and cremated with no ser-vices.
Callaway-Allee Funeral Home

MARY HELEN WADDELL
Mrs. Mary Helen Waddell, age 65 of Crockett, passed away Sunday, December 28, 2003 in the East Texas Medi-cal Center-Crockett. Mrs. Waddell was born March 7, 1938 in Waco and had been living in Crockett for the past seven years. Mrs. Wadell was a member of the American Legion Post#134 and was a housewife.
Survivors include her children Mary Wild, of Austin, Linda Strange, of N.C., David Brown, of Huntsville, Adair Roop, of Crockett, Robert Brown, of Houston, Keena Brown, of La.; sixteen grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; sister Margie Huff, of Crockett; numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives.
Graveside funeral services for Mrs. Mary Helen Waddell were held Wednesday, December 31, at 2:00 p.m. in the New Salem Cemetery in Centerville with the Rev. Charles Goodson officiating. Interment followed.
Callaway-Allee Funeral Home

ROBERT HARRY BLOOM
Mr. Robert Harry Bloom, age 79 of Latexo, passed away Friday, December 19, 2003 in the East Texas Medical Center-Crockett. Mr. Bloom was born February 8, 1924 in Cario, Michigan and had been living in Latexo for the past four years. Mr. Bloom was a veteran of the U.S. Navy having served during World War II. Mr. Bloom was a retired truck driver and was a member of the First United Pentecostal Church in Crockett.
Survivors include his wife Marian Bloom, of Latexo; children Patricia Beason and husband Don, of Joliet, Ill, Mary Brittingham and husband Rick, of Arlington, Ill, Pamela Bloom, of Bourbonais, Ill, Robert Bloom, Jr., of IA., Linda Bloom, of Latexo; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; numerous nieces, nephews, and other relatives.
Memorial services for Mr. Robert Harry Bloom were held Monday, December 22, at 7:00 p.m. in the First United Pentecostal Church with the Rev. Daryl Dykes officiating.
Callaway-Allee Funeral Home

ERIC JAMES ARLEDGE
Mr. Eric Arledge, age 19 of Moulton, passed away December 23, 2003. Mr. Arledge was born May 7, 1984 in Shiner. Mr. Arledge was a shift manager for McDonald's in Flatonia and was also a part-time employee of Smith Funeral Home in Moulton and Flatonia.
Survivors include his parents James Lee and Carolyn Arledge, of Moulton; sister Landra Kay Campos, of Austin; brother Jimmie Ray Hairell Jr., of Moulton; grandmother Frances Morisak, of Moulton; girl-friend Erica Partrano, of Luling; three nieces; one great-nephew; and one great-niece.
Preceded in death by his grandparents James W. and Mary Lois Arledge and Adolph Morisak.
Funeral services for Mr. Eric James Arledge were held Saturday, December 27, at 10:00 a.m. in the St. Joseph Catholic Church. Interment followed in the Moulton Catholic Cemetery.
Smith Funeral Home

NANNIE BELL MORROW GRIGGS
Mrs. Nannie Bell Morrow Griggs, age 81 of Crockett, passed away Sunday, December 21, 2003 in the East Texas Medical Center-Crockett. Mrs. Griggs was born June 5, 1922 in Lone Pine and had lived in Houston County all of her lifetime. Mrs. Griggs was a housewife and a member of the Assembly of God Church.
Survivors include her daughter Nancy Kay Thompson and husband Arnold Ray, of Palestine; grandchildren Fonda Thompson and husband Richard, of Crockett, Arnold Ray Thompson, Jr. and wife Faye, of Troy, OH., Freddie Thompson and wife Michelle, of Rusk, Teddie Thompson and wife Erin, of Fla.; step-grandchildren Amanda Hobbs, Charli Hobbs, Ashley Hobbs, and Holly Hobbs; great-grandchildren Bailie Jones, Carressa Woodard, Adam Thompson, MaKaylee Thompson, Arnold Ray Thompson III, Christina Thompson; sister Bettie Driskell, of Crockett; numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives.
Preceded in death by her husband Calvin Griggs; son Bobby Thompson; sisters Lucille Bear and Ruby Slater; and brothers Hayne Morrow and Hazel Morrow.
Funeral services for Mrs. Nannie Bell Morrow Griggs were held Tuesday, December 23, at 3:30 p.m. in the Cal-laway-Allee Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Johnny Bear officiating. Interment followed in the Rockland Ceme-tery.
Callaway-Allee Funeral Home

BOB CURRIE
Mr. Bob Currie, age 69 of Kennard, passed away Sunday, December 21, 2003 at East Texas Medical Center-Crockett. Mr. Currie was born July 3, 1934 in Houston County and was a lifetime resident of Houston County. Mr. Currie was a veteran of the National Guard. Mr. Currie was owner and operator of Currie Construction, Inc. Mr. Currie was the coordinator of Texas Logging Council in Lufkin, was the facilitator for Texas Best Management Practices Training and was managing editor of Texas Logger. Mr. Currie was a member of the Houston County Farm Bureau where he served as a Director and was past president, he served on the Texas Forestry Association as a lifetime member and was president in 1989, Charter Member of the Texas Logging Council, Charter Member of the American Logging County, member of the Forest Resources Association, member of American Forest and Pa-per Association, member of the Society of American Foresters and was the past president of the Houston County Forest Landowners Association. Mr. Currie was also a member of the Mt. Olive Church.
Survivors include his wife Margie Currie, of Kennard; daughter Cheryl Cain and husband Michael, of Plano; sons Clifford Currie and wife Connie, Tony Currie and wife Christene, and Jason Currie and wife Sandra, all of Ken-nard, Randy Currie and wife Angie, of O'Fallon, Ill.; grandchildren Ryan, Kristin, Adam, Dara, Brad, Nicole, Heather, Joshua, Ashley, Rachel, Joel, Stephen, Jared, Evan, Morgan, Kurt, Kyle, and Kristen; numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives.
Preceded in death by his parents Napoleon B. and Hazel Gallant Currie; grandson Seth Currie; brother Charles Currie; and sister Dorothy Lloyd.
Funeral services for Mr. Bob Currie were held Tuesday, December 23, at 11:00 a.m. in the Mt. Olive Church with the Rev. Larry Bruce officiating. Interment followed in the Corinth Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Mt. Olive Building Fund, Rt. 1 Box 145, Kennard, TX. 75847.
Callaway-Allee Funeral Home

VIOLA ANDERSON
Mrs. Viola Anderson, age 94 of Grapeland, passed away Saturday, December 20, 2003 in the Grapeland Nursing Center. Mrs. Anderson was born August 3, 1909 in San Jacinto County and had been living in Houston County for the past 35 years. Mrs. Anderson was a housewife and attended the Assembly of God Church.
Survivors include her son James Anderson and wife Faye, of Livingston; daughter Rutha Edwards, of Grapeland; grandchildren James E. Anderson, Jr. and wife Sherry, and Sharon Wooley and husband Vernon, all of Livingston; great-grand-children Lauren Harrison and husband Tres, Leeann Thomas and husband Ryan, Mandy Anderson, Matt Anderson; great-great-grandchildren Hayden Griffin, Kathryn Griffin and Caroline Harrison; sisters Edith Sweeten, of Cleveland, Vivian Ross, of Splendora; brothers Johnny Mize, of Livingston, O.C. Mize, Cleveland, George Mize, of Cold Spring; numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives.
Preceded in death by her husband Rev. J.J. Anderson; daughter Ruby Anderson; one sister; and three brothers.
Funeral services for Mrs. Viola Anderson were held Tuesday, December 23, at 1:30 p.m. in the Callaway-Allee Memorial Chapel with Dr. Timothy Roddam officiating. Interment followed in the Davis Cemetery.
Callaway-Allee Funeral Home

MELBA ELOISE WELCH HARRISON
Mrs. Melba Eloise Welch Harrison, age 78 of Crockett, passed away Wednesday, December 17, 2003 in the East Texas Medical Center-Tyler. Mrs. Harrison was born July 27, 1925 in Houston County. Mrs. Harrison graduated from Grapeland High School and later attended Business College in Palestine. Mrs. Harrison married Eugene Har-rison in Crockett on September 15, 1946. Mrs. Harrison taught at universities in Texas, Georgia and South Caro-lina. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison and their four children lived in each of these states until returning to Texas in 1978, where they have since lived. Mrs. Harrison was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Crockett and was a member of the Disciples Sunday School Class. Mrs. Harrison has participated in community activities as a member of the Pilot Club of Crockett.
Survivors include her husband Eugene Harrison, of Crockett; children Charlotte Kimble and husband Robert, of Crockett, Brenda Welter and husband Steven, of Clemson, S.C., Drexel Harrison and wife Brenda, of Leander; grandchildren Katharine Baker, Karen Atkinson, Kimberly Atkinson, Stephanie Welter, Joshua Welter, David Wel-ter and Christopher Harrison; great-grandchildren Sarah Baker and Jonathan Baker; brothers Ardle Welch, of Grapeland, Howard Welch, of Bryan; brother-in-law Douglas Harrison, of Crockett; nieces and nephews Donald Welch, M.L. Welch, Gary and Nancy Welch, Clay Harrison and Rex Harrison.
Preceded in death by her daughter Deborah Harrison; and parents Marshall and Minnie Welch.
Funeral services for Mrs. Melba Eloise Welch Harrison were held Saturday, December 20, at 10:00 a.m. in the First United Methodist Church in Crockett with Dr. Jerry House officiating. Interment followed in the Evergreen Memorial Park.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Scholarship Fund of the First United Methodist Church of Crockett, 701 East Goliad, Crockett, TX. 75835.
Callaway-Allee Funeral Home

MARGARET C. MYERS
Mrs. Margaret C. Myers, age 86 of Baytown, passed away December 17, 2003 at her residence in Baytown. Mrs. Myers was born November 25, 1917 in Cookville. Mrs. Myers was a retired assistant cashier at Peoples State Bank with 32 years of service. Mrs. Myers was a member of the First Baptist Church and a member of the Eastern Star. Mrs. Myers was famous for her chocolate pie.
Survivors include her son and daughter-in-law Dale and Margaret Myers, of Novi, Mich.; daughter and son-in-law Carole and Horace McQueen, of Grapeland; sister and Brother-in-law Anita and Garland Adams, of Baytown; brother and sister-in-law Clarence and Elsie Coffey, of Highlands; seven grandchildren; one great-granddaughter; one niece; two nephews.
Preceded in death by her parents; husband Dudley D. Myers Sr.; and brother James Coffey Jr.
Funeral services for Mrs. Margaret C. Myers were held Saturday, December 20, at 10:00 a.m. in Navarre Chapel with the Rev. Roy Parker and Dr. David Bowman officiating. Interment followed in Memory Gardens Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Dale McQueen, Dennis McQueen, Stephen Myers, Stuart Myers, Jeremy Ronquillo and Jack Grochoski.
Navarre Funeral Home

ROBBIE DELL SCARBOROUGH
Mrs. Robbie Dell Scarborough, age 70 of Houston, passed away Sunday, December 14, 2003 at her residence in Houston. Mrs. Scarborough was born May 28, 1933 in Crockett and had lived in Houston most of her lifetime. Mrs. Scarborough was a housewife.
Survivors include her sisters-in-law Donna Stadler, Jimmie Ruth Hartzog, of Brenham; numerous nieces, neph-ews, great-nieces and great-nephews.
Preceded in death by her husband O.B. Scarborough; parents Fatie and Mary Lou Tims; sister Mattie Lou Sanford and husband R.T. Sanford; brother Jessie J. Tims.
Funeral services for Mrs. Robbie Dell Scarborough were held Thursday, December 18, at 1:00 p.m. in the Calla-way-Allee Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Charles Goodson officiating. Interment followed in the New Energy Cemetery.
Callaway-Allee Funeral Home

MERLE BOBBITT
Mr. Merle Bobbitt, age 77 of Crockett, passed away Monday, December 15, 2003 at his residence in Crockett. Mr. Bobbitt was born June 29, 1926 in Grapeland and had lived in Crockett most of his lifetime. Mr. Bobbitt was a veteran of the U.S. Navy having served during World War II. Mr. Bobbitt was a rancher and a member of the Methodist Church.
Survivors include his wife Hesta Bobbitt, of Crockett; son Charlie Bobbitt and wife Robin, of Crockett; grand-sons Chance Bobbitt, of Crockett, Brad Bobbitt, of Dallas, Matt Bobbitt, of College Station and their mother Susan Barrett, of Crockett; sister Threasa Steed and husband Lacy, of Montgomery; numerous nieces, nephews, and other relatives.
Preceded in death by his son Billy Merle Bobbitt; brother Buddy Bobbitt; sisters Iona Heath and Bula Mae Ma-haley.
Funeral services for Mr. Merle Bobbitt were held Wednesday, December 17, at 1:30 p.m. in the Callaway-Allee Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Jack Shoultz officiating. Interment followed in the Evergreen Memorial Park.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to charity of choice.
Callaway-Allee Funeral Home

FANNIE MAE WILLIAMS
Mrs. Fannie Mae Williams, age 69 of Crockett, passed away Saturday, December 13, 2003 in the East Texas Medical Center-Crockett. Mrs. Williams was born June 28, 1934 in Conroe and had been living in Crockett. Mrs. Williams was a housewife.
Survivors include her husband Harry Williams, of Crockett; daughter Audie Williams, of Crockett; grandchildren Vickie Marie Dobbs and husband Bobby, and Kathy Jeanette Clayton, all of Trinity, Lori Jane Clayton and husband James Brewer, of Bedias; great-grandchildren Chance Leon Medlock, Ashley Marie Dobbs, and Brittney Kay Dobbs, all of Trinity, and Taylor Nicole Brewer, of Bedias; brother Malcolm George Griffin, of Lumberton.
Callaway-Allee Funeral Home

BILLIE PURCELL
Mrs. Billie Purcell, went to be with the Lord on December 6, 2003. Mrs. Purcell fought a long and hard battle with emphysema. Mrs. Purcell was a Crockett High School graduate 1937 and was a US Air Force career naval command officer. After being widowed in 1973, Mrs. Purcell went on to have a long and fulfilling career with Se-curity Service Federal Credit Union.
Survivors include her son Ronnie Purcell; brothers Perry and Harold Robertson; several nieces and nephews from a large extended loving family and many dear friends.
Preceded in death by her father and mother Ronnie O. Robertson and Albertine Robertson; husband of 27 years Bernard "Pert" Purcell.
Funeral services for Mrs. Billie Purcell were held December 8, at 2:00 p.m. at Oak Hills Mortuary. Interment fol-lowed in the US Air Force Cemetery in San Antonio.
The family asks for donations to The American Heart Association, The American Lung Association, The Ameri-can Diabetes Association or The Ronald McDonald House in lieu of flowers.
Oak Hills Mortuary

ANNIE MARKETA STEFFEK WEEKS
Mrs. Annie Marketa Steffek Weeks, age 82 of Crockett, passed away Friday, December 12, 2003 in the East Texas Medical Center-Crockett. Mrs. Weeks was born February 11, 1921 in Houston County all of her lifetime. Mrs. Weeks was a housewife and a member of the Antioch Baptist Church-Lovelady.
Survivors include her daughters Martha Ann Weeks Cook, of Fort Worth and Eva Marie Weeks Vondra, of Love-lady; son James Raymond (Jim) Weeks, Jr. and wife Patsy, of Iowa Park; eight grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; sisters-in-law Rosie Steffek, of Lovelady, Florence Elizabeth Cloud, of Baytown; brother-in-law Arthur Hayne Weeks and wife Billie, of Lovelady; numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives.
Preceded in death by her husband James Raymond, Sr.; sisters Mary and Judy; brothers Tom, Joe, and Martin Steffek.
Funeral services for Mrs. Annie Marketa Steffek Weeks were held Tuesday, December 16, at 10:00 a.m. in the Antioch Baptist Church-Lovelady with the Rev. Bob Lacey officiating. Interment followed in the Antioch Ceme-tery-Lovelady.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Houston County Share, 200 South 6th Street, Crockett, TX. 75835 or Antioch Baptist Church-Missionary Department, P.O. Box 310, Lovelady, TX 75851.
Callaway-Allee Funeral Home

HARMON ADAMS
Mr. Harmon Adams, age 83 of Lovelady, passed away Wednesday, December 10, 2003 in the East Texas Medi-cal Center-Crockett. Mr. Adams was born August 14, 1920 in Houston County and had lived in Lovelady all of his lifetime. Mr. Adams was a veteran of the U.S. Army having served during World War II in the 88th Division of the 351st Regiment known as the "Blue Devils," in Italy. Mr. Adams was a farmer and rancher all of his life in Houston County. Mr. Adams received the "Outstanding Beef Cattle Producer" award in 1981. Mr. Adams attended the Grace Street Church of Christ.
Survivors include his wife Charlyne Adams, of Lovelady; daughter Faith Crespi, of Crockett; son-in-law Dr. Perry Ramsey, of Crockett; grandchildren Adam Ramsey, of Fort Worth, Claire Ramsey, of Crockett, Bobby Crespi and wife Lisa, of Austin; Kay Matheny and husband David, of The Woodlands, Dixie Minter and husband Chad; great-grandchildren Sam Crespi, Connor Matheny and Aaron Matheny; sister Florene Little, of Lovelady; brothers Clifford Adams and wife Shada, of Lovelady, Amos Adams and wife Belinda, of Austonio; special brother-in-law John Hinson and wife Pat, of Crockett; numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives.
Preceded in death by his daughter Sharmon Ramsey; parents Wallace and Ella Jane Adams; brother Leon Adams; sister Nelda Arceneaux; son-in-law Bob Crespi.
Funeral services for Mr. Harmon Adams were held Saturday, December 13, at 10:30 a.m. in the Grace Street Church of Christ with Mr. Rick Kelley officiating. Interment followed in the Evergreen Memorial Park.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Texas Children Home, P.O. Box 16318, Austin, TX. 78761-6318.
Callaway-Allee Funeral Home

EVOLA FISHER WATSON
Sis. Evola Fisher Watson was born July 9, 1914 in Crockett to the parentage of Henry and Charlotte Fisher. She was an active member of Pleasant Hill United Methodist Church, her many church activities included the United Methodist Women Auxiliary as well as a member of the Eastern Star.
On November 28, 1933 she was married to the late Hunter Watson of Lovelady to this union 6 children were born.
Life's departure was on December 8, 2003 at the local hospital.
She was preceded in death by her husband, 1 son Vernon Watson, 1 great-granddaughter, Actavia Evans, a spe-cial daughter in law, Essie Watson, 3 brothers, Ben Wooten, Albert Kinmon, and J.D. Fisher.
Survivors are 5 sons; Hunter Watson II and wife Mary of Crockett, Henry Watson of Houston, Claude Watson and wife Darlene of Crockett, Merlon Watson and wife Cindy, Clayton Watson and wife Patricia of Houston, nu-merous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and friends.
Funeral services were held Saturday, December 13, 2003, 1 pm, Pleasant Hill United Methodist Church, Love-lady, Rev. Samuell-Sampaul Fields, pastor and Rev. Davis L. DaViss, officiated. Eternal resting place was in Jasper Cemetery.
McClain-Clebourn Funeral Service

JEANETTE ELAINE MANN
Miss Jeanette Elaine, age 75 of Weldon, went home to be with the Lord Tuesday, December 9, 2003. Miss Mann was born on March 16, 1928. Miss Mann was a member of the Christ of Christ-Houston and was retired from Texas Instruments where she worked as coordinator in computer services. Miss Mann loved gardening, crocheting, writing poetry and being out in nature. Miss Mann was a wonderful mother, kind and compassionate, the head cen-ter and heart of our family. We have eternal love for you Mother, because you have loved us sacrificially and un-conditionally. These last few weeks with you have been a source of joy and love. As you have desired, the circle will remain unbroken. We will miss your beautiful spirit and heart. We will see you soon in Heaven, when Jesus calls our name, we must wait until then. We thank God for you.
Survivors include her six children Darrell Wayne Goolsby, Evelyn "Sally" Holden/Enders and husband Gerald, Karen Dell Mann/ Wisehart and husband Dewey, George Adrian Mann and wife Allison, Arthur Martin Mann and wife Pamela, Timothy Alan Mann; thirteen grandchildren Joe Wayne Goolsby, Jeremt Todd Goolsby, Zebelon "Zeb" Wayne Goolsby, Beth Marie Enders, Chantel (Mann) Masterson, Heather Renee Martin Goolsby, Rachelle Elizabeth Wilhelmsen, Tabitha Jeanette Mann, Olivia Dawn Mann, Josiah George Mann, Karen Renee Enders, Tanya Renee Mann, Naomi Eliane Mann; two great-grandchildren Breigh Ann Goolsby; three nieces Renelda Joy Crochet, Kyra Lee James, Jo Belle Merchant.
Preceded in death by her father and mother Bryant "JB" Little and Josie McCaffety; daughter Jo Lene Goolsby; sisters Myra Olivia Barker and Syble Ione Little; brother Joe Dayton Little.
Funeral services for Miss Jeanette Elaine Mann were held Friday, December 12, at Waller Thornton Funeral Home-Trinity, with Bill Poplin of the Bammel Church of Christ-Houston and Jim Parrish of Burning Hope Baptist Church-Trinity officiating.
Waller Thornton Funeral Home

A.C. CUTLER
Mr. A.C. Cutler, age 94, passed peacefully from this life on Wednesday, December 10, 2003 in the East Texas Medical Center-Crockett. Mr. Cutler was born February 6, 1909 in Ratcliff. As a young man, Mr. Cutler was raised in New Mexico, Louisiana, and also the Liberty Hill and Augusta Communities. Mr. Cutler attended Lon Morris College in Jacksonville and Sam Houston State University. Mr. Cutler taught math at the C.C. Camp in Ratcliff during World War I. Mr. Cutler was a contractor in Houston County for many years and later he worked for the University of Houston. Mr. Cutler retired to Houston County to his home at Liberty Hill. Mr. Cutler was a gifted musician playing the fiddle, guitar and mandolin. Mr. Cutler had a great love for country, blue grass music and was an avid domino player. Mr. Cutler loved to travel and had seen 48 states in the U.S. Mr. Cutler was a member of the Central Baptist Church.
Survivors include his Beloved children son A.C. Cutler, Jr., of Texas City; daughters Auba Jean and son-in-law Jim Baker, of Broaddus, Mary Sharmal and son-in-law Nathan Dean, of Lovelady, Barbara Kay and son-in-law Richard Angelo, of Irving, Wanda Clark Cutler, of Crockett; eleven grandchildren Sherri Hutsell, Sheila Sims and husband Kevin, and Denise Moore, all of Crockett, Robin, Ronny, Penny, Andrea, Leah, Cindy, Shanna and Todd, all from out of town ; Twenty-two great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; special caregiver Sheila Sims (granddaughter).
Preceded in death by his parents George F. Cutler and Mary J. Tims Cutler; brother Calvin Ray Cutler; wives Mildred Thorn Cutler in 2000 and Auba Alberta Smith Cutler in 1962.
Funeral services for Mr. A.C. Cutler were held Friday, December 12, at 2:00 p.m. in the Callaway-Allee Memo-rial Chapel with the Rev. E.P. Ramsey, Jr. officiating. Interment followed in the Weches Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Richard Angeli, Jim Baker, Nathan Dean, Donald Ray Welch, Todd Baker, Trey Allen.
Honorary Pallbearers were Ray Ellis Cutler and Paul Alderman.
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LOUISE NEALY
Mrs. Louise Nealy, age 74 of Latexo, passed away Tuesday, December 9, 2003 at East Texas Medical Center-Crockett. Mrs. Nealy was born March 6, 1929 in Jefferson County to John and Virgie Sanford Grim. Mrs. Nealy was a homemaker.
Survivors include her husband of 44 years Omer Lee Nealy, of Latexo; daughters Mary Alice Neel Hammond, of Jewett, Barbara Ann Neel Dickey, of Jewett, Virgie Jewel Turner Stewart and husband David, of Latexo; sons James Ray Neel and wife Judy, of Crockett, Albert Monroe Neel and wife Linda, and John Frank Turner and wife Glenda, all of Grapeland; sister Billie Carter and husband John, of Silsbee; brothers J.M. Grim and wife Daisy, of Okla., Otis Grim, of Calif., John Grim, of Longview, and Wallace Grim; twelve grandchildren; fifteen great-grandchildren.
Preceded in death by her parents; sister Verlene Matthews; brother Cleon Grim; granddaughter Elizabeth Neel.
Funeral services for Mrs. Louise Nealy were held Thursday, December 11, at 3:00 p.m. at the First Baptist Church-Grapeland with the Rev. David Bradley officiating. Interment followed in Davis Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Paul Morgan, Kevin Allen, Cody Allen, Dewayne Hammond, Jackson Hammond and Charles Nealy.
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NINA CATHERINE WOELFLEY REYNOLDS
Mrs. Nina Catherine Woelfley Reynolds, age 94 of Crockett, passed away Monday, December 8, 2003 in the Crockett Care Center. Mrs. Reynolds was born May 7, 1909 in Porter Springs and had lived most of her lifetime in Houston County, with the exception of thirty-two years that she lived in Trinity. Mrs. Reynolds graduated from Porter Springs School and then attended Sam Houston State University. Mrs. Reynolds was a veteran of the U.S. Army having served during World War II in the Women's Auxiliary Corp. (WACS) as a nurse. Mrs. Reynolds was a member of the American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Mrs. Reynolds was a housewife and also, a nurse for local doctors and a member of the First United Methodist Church of Trinity.
Survivors include her only nephew Roy L. Henry and wife JoAnn, of Porter Springs; four special cousins Rose-mary Owles and husband Bob, of Katy, Renee (Cathy) Van Natter and husband Bert, of Bertram, Sylvia Arnold, of Shreveport, La., Joe Grant and wife Marie, of Hockley.
Preceded in death by her mother and father Benjamin F. Woelfley and Elizabeth Lansford Woelfley; four sisters Gladys Woelfley, Mary Sue Henry, Bannie Arnold and Bennie Merle Whatley; four husband Kermit Cook, Howard Stockton, David (Whitey) Cox, and Mark Reynolds.
Graveside funeral services for Mrs. Nina Catherine Woelfley Reynolds were held Thursday, December 11, at 11:00 a.m. in the Evergreen Memorial Park with the Rev. Doug Howell officiating. Interment followed.
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BENFORD J. MORROW
Mr. Benford J. Morrow, age 82 of Holly, passed away Monday, December 8, 2003 in the East Texas Medical Center Trauma Unit in Tyler from injuries sustained in an automobile accident in Holly. Mr. Morrow was born January 2, 1921 in Holly and had been living in Holly for the past 31 years. Mr. Morrow was a veteran of the U.S. Army having served in Company B-413th Infantry Division and was wounded in Germany during World War II. Mr. Morrow worked as a machinist and was a member of the First Baptist Church-Lovelady.
Survivors include his daughter Linda Burkhalter and husband Milton; son Benny Morrow and partner Mary Lightfoot; five grandchildren; numerous great-grandchildren; numerous friends in Holly and Lovelady; last but not least Brown Dog and Tom Cat.
Preceded in death by his wife of 52 years Marie Morrow.
Funeral services for Mr. Benford J. Morrow were held Wednesday, December 10, at 2:00 p.m. in the Callaway-Allee Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Scott Matthews officiating. Interment followed in the Holly Cemetery.
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RANDEL LEE (JUNIOR) ANDREWS JR.
Mr. Randel Lee (Junior) Andrews Jr., age 71 passed away peacefully on his Heavenly reward December 7, 2003 at the Crockett Care Center in Crockett. Mr. Andrews was born January 14, 1932 in Jackson to Randel Lee (Red) Andrews Sr. and Ola Beatrice (Reynolds) Andrews. Mr. Andrews enjoyed reading his bible and had a quick wit and a sharp mind for entrepreneurial enterprises. In his younger years he worked at a variety of occupations starting in the oil fields of East Texas and then in numerous private enterprises. For many years Randel ran his own auto re-pair business until failing health forced him to retire in the early 1980's.
Mr. Andrews spent his retirement years in Van where he enjoyed hunting, fishing, gardening, taking care of his roses and watching classic movies.
Preceded in death by his mother and father Randel Lee (Red) Andrews Sr. and Ola Beatrice (Reynolds) Andrews; two brothers Joe Edward Andrews and Noah Clifford Andrews.
Survivors include his two sisters New Hampshire State Representative Margie Lee (Andrews) Maybeck and hus-band Harold, of Holderness New Hampshire, and Arva Nell (Andrews) DuBourg and husband Thomas, of Crock-ett; son Randel Lee Andrews III, of Red Oak; daughters Julenne Saim and husband Larry, of Saginaw, Janet Voightlander and husband Dale, of Palmer; step-daughter Debbie Day, of Garland; grandchildren Christopher and Jennifer Voightlander, of Palmer, William Borden, Hailey Zoubi, Jim Zoubi, Tim Zoubi, Jason Zoubi and Mary Margaret Saim all of Saginaw, Ricky Day II and wife Charessa and their children Ashlynn and Heather, of Plano and Melissa Day, of Lubbock; sister-in-laws Barbara Ann (Mrs. Joe Edward Andrews), of Dallas, and Patricia K. (Mrs. Clifford Andrews, of Van; numerous cousins, nieces, nephews and friends.
Graveside services for Mr. Randel Lee (Junior) Andrews, Jr., were held Wednesday, December 10, at 2:00 p.m. in the Old Bethel Cemetery in Van Zandt County near Maybank with Mr. Tom DuBourg officiating. Interment fol-lowed.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Joe W. Elliot House, 220 Gene Sanford Dr., Attn: Virginia Bagley: Residential Manager, Lufkin, TX. 75904 (936) 631-3400 or Crockett Care Center, Resident Ac-tivities Program, 1150 East Loop 304, Crockett, Tx. 73835 (936) 544-2051.
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PAULA MARIE LEWIS
Mrs. Paula Marie Lewis, age 57 of Crockett, passed away Friday, December 5, 2003 in the Marshall Regional Hospital. Mrs. Lewis was born March 13, 1946 in Crockett and had lived in Crockett and had lived in Crockett most of her lifetime. Mrs. Lewis worked as an operator for Southwestern Bell Telephone and was a member of the First Baptist Church Crockett.
Survivors include her brothers Billy Joe Lewis and wife Virginia, Jessie Orman Lewis, both of Crockett; sisters Lena Stringer and husband Billy, of Nacogdoches, Elizabeth Low and husband Pete, of North Zulch; nieces and nephews Bill Lewis, Jacob Lewis, Kim Smith, April McGrath, Mark Lewis, Matt Lewis, Justin Smith, Kaleigh Smith, Joshua McGrath, Andrew McGrath.
Preceded in death by her parents J.O. and Josephine Neruda Lewis.
Funeral services for Mrs. Paula Marie Lewis were held Monday, December 8, at 2:00 p.m. in the Callaway-Allee Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Steve Meadows and the Rev. E.P. Ramsey, Jr. officiating. Interment followed in the Evergreen Memorial Park.
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F.L. "JR." MCDONALD
Mr. F.L. "Jr" McDonald, age 79 of Crockett, passed away Monday, December 1, 2003 in the East Texas Medical Center-Crockett. Mr. McDonald was born December 26, 1923 in the Ash Community and had lived in Crockett all of his lifetime. Mr. McDonald was a veteran of the Merchant Marines having served during World War II. Mr. McDonald was a member of the Lovelady Masonic Lodge #539 and the Operator Engineers #819. Mr. McDonald was a rancher and also a member of the Ash Church of Christ.
Survivors include his wife Louise Crowson McDonald, of Crockett; children Kathy Lowery and husband Leon, of Wylie, Freddie McDonald and wife Judy, of Austonio; grandchildren Dee Dee Phillips and husband Sammy, of Meridian, Miss., Nicole Lanman and husband Aaron, of Plano, Kelly Lynn Henry and husband Rick, of Tacoma, Wash., Doug Hampton and wife Brandy, of Monticello, Ark., John Michael Lowery, of Wylie; great-grandchildren Caleb, Jacob, Rachel, John Thomas, Coltin and Katelyn Nicole; sisters Freddie LaRue and husband Carl, Lavene Cook and husband Glen B., all of Austonio, Martha Preston, of Vidor; brother John "Pork Chop" McDonald, of Groveton; numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives.
Preceded in death by his grandson Michael Hampton; brother Wayne McDonald; and parents Fred and Effie McDonald.
Funeral services for Mr. F.L. "Jr." McDonald were held Thursday, December 4, at 2:00 p.m. in the Callaway-Allee Memorial Chapel with Mr. Harold Stephens, the Rev. Doug Howell and the Rev. Mike Cook officiating. In-terment followed in the Rockland Cemetery.
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JIMMY H. EUNICE
Mr. Jimmy H. Eunice, age 86 of Houma, Louisiana, passed away Sunday, November 30, 2003. Mr. Eunice was born April 22, 1917 in Hahira, Georgia and had been living in Houma, Louisiana. Mr. Eunice was a veteran of the U.S. Navy having served during World War II. Mr. Eunice was a member of the Unity Lodge #267 and had worked for Wunice Sign Electric Company.
Survivors include his wife Sybil Dominy Eunice, of Houma, La.; sons Larry James Eunice, of Harlington, Bennie Eunice, Phillip Eunice, both of Homa, La.; sisters Ann Trent, of Fort McCoy, Fla., Clyde Tranthan, of Homestead, Fla.; seven grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren.
Preceded in death by his parents J.D. Eunice and Lena Bohson Eunice; and brothers Charles Eunice, Robert Eunice and Louie Eunice.
Graveside funeral services for Mr. Jimmy H. Eunice were held Thursday, December 4, at 10:00 a.m. in the Cor-inth Cemetery. Interment followed.
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CARRIE MAY BOYKIN LOGAN
Mrs. Carrie May Boykin Logan, age 95 of Crockett, passed away Friday, November 21, 2003 in the Whitehall Nursing Center. Mrs. Logan was born January 10, 1908 in Latexo and was a lifetime resident of Houston County. Mrs. Logan was a homemaker and a member of the Ephesus Baptist Church.
Survivors include her brothers Buster Patton, of Grapeland, Billy Joe Patton, of Happy Hollow; sisters Ivy Dor-sey, of Conroe, Doris Bonnin, of Bryan; adopted daughter Elizabeth Gill, of Grapeland; numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives.
Graveside funeral services for Mrs. Carrie May Boykin Logan were held Monday, November 24, in the Milligan Cemetery with the Rev. Jim Bob Gunnels officiating. Interment followed.
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ELLEN NOLAND SKIDMORE
Mrs. Ellen Skidmore, age 51 of Latexo, passed away Monday, December 1, 2003 at her residence in Latexo. Mrs. Skidmore was born May 24, 1952 in Trenton, New Jersey and had been living in Latexo for the past 15 years. Mrs. Skidmore was a homemaker and attended the Methodist Church.
Survivors include her husband Douglass Skidmore, of Huntington; children Christopher Simon Vernon, Tyrell Matthew Skidmore, both of Huntington, Wesley James Skidmore, of Lufkin; parents Mary and James Noland, of Houston; brother Russ Noland and wife Mary, of Houston; sister Elise Moore and husband Dan, of San Rafael, Calif.; niece Elizabeth Delany Moore, of San Rafael, Calif.; special friend Kerry Farrel, of Houston; numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives.
Funeral services for Mrs. Ellen Noland Skidmore were held Friday, December 5, at 1:00 p.m. in the Callaway-Allee Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Keith Stanley officiating. Interment followed in the Evergreen Memorial Park.
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LILLIAN HOLLIS
Mrs. Lillian Hollis, age 86 of Grapeland, passed away Tuesday, November 25, 2003 in the Grapeland Nursing Center. Mrs. Hollis was born October 28, 1917 in Houston County and had been living in Grapeland most of her lifetime. Mrs. Hollis was a housewife and a member of the Liberty Hill Methodist Church.
Survivors include her daughters Shirley Reid and husband Floyd and Eloise Richardson, all of Liberty Hill; sons Elwood Hollis and wife Louise, of Alvin, Doug Hollis and wife Beverly, of Latexo, Wayne Hollis and wife Janice, of Grapeland; nineteen grandchildren; thirty-seven great-grandchildren; seven great-great-grandchildren; sister Elva Beaird, of Liberty Hill; sister-in-law Verline Pardue, of Weches; brother-in-law Howard Tyer, of Alto; numerous nieces, nephews, and other relatives.
Preceded in death by her husband James Hollis; daughter Nelda Burton; son Jamie Hollis; grandson Greg Davis; brothers Lance Kellum and Lester Kellum.
Funeral services for Mrs. Lillian Hollis were held Saturday, November 29, at 10:00 a.m. in the Liberty Hill Meth-odist Church with the Rev. Roy Beard and the Rev. Davy Hobson officiating. Interment followed in the Weches Cemetery.
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EUGENE FRANKLIN PERRY
Mr. Eugene Franklin Perry, age 76 of Crockett, passed away Wednesday, December 3, 2003 in the East Texas Medical Center-Crockett. Mr. Perry was born October 22, 1927 in Lovelady and had lived all of his lifetime in Houston County. Mr. Perry attended North Texas University and was a graduate of Sam Houston State University. Mr. Perry was a member of the First Presbyterian Church and was also the pianist. Mr. Perry worked as a music teacher for a private school.
Survivors include his brothers Clifton Perry and wife Mary Sue, Eddie Perry, all of Lovelady, Charles Ray Perry and wife Doris, of Temple; numerous nieces and nephews.
Preceded in death by his parents Lee Franklin Perry and Elizabeth Gayle Perry.
Funeral services for Mr. Eugene Franklin Perry were held Friday, December 5, at 3:30 p.m. in the Callaway-Allee Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Blake Brinegar officiating. Interment followed in the Lovelady Evergreen Ceme-tery.
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LAVONNE BENNETT
Mrs.
LaVonne Bennett, age 61 of Crockett, passed away Sunday, November 30, 2003 in the East Texas Medical Center-Crockett. Mrs. Bennett was born January 5, 1942 in Crockett and had lived in Crockett all of her lifetime. Mrs. Bennett worked as a floral designer.
Survivors include her husband Bill
Bennett, of Crockett; son Beau Bennett, of Crockett; granddaughters Alexan-dria Davis, Jennifer Bennett and Kyleah, all of Crockett; sisters Patricia Sims, of Crockett, Peggy Davidson, of Bra-zoria; brothers Jerry Smith, of Hockley, Danny Smith, of Centerville; aunt Dimple Jones, of Crockett; numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives.
Graveside funeral services for Mrs.
LaVonne Bennett were held Tuesday, December 2, 2003 at 2:00 p.m. in the Milligan Cemetery with the Rev. E.P. Ramsey, Jr. officiating. Interment followed.
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LEROY WALLING
Mr. Leroy Walling, age 66 of Ratcliff, passed away Saturday, November 29, 2003 at his residence. Mr. Walling was born January 1, 1937 in Ratcliff and had lived all of his lifetime in Ratcliff. Mr. Walling was a log truck driver.
Survivors include his children Ernest Walling and wife Lisa, of Kennard, Pam Walling Moran, of Crockett, Randy Walling, of Ratcliff, Patricia Walling Polk and husband Virgil, of Houston; children's mother Betty Walling, of Ratcliff; grandchildren Christopher Walling and wife Misty, Josh and Brice Walling, Heather and Seth Walling, Jason and Jessica Dowdy, Corey Smith, Jonathan and Anna Polk; six great-grandchildren; numerous nieces, neph-ews and other relatives.
Preceded in death by his son Joe Walling.
Graveside funeral services for Mr. Leroy Walling were held Tuesday, December 2, at 4:30 p.m. in the Conner Cemetery with the Rev. Grady Gladden officiating. Interment followed.
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DR. CARLYLE DAVID DOTSON
Dr. Carlyle David Dotson, age 56 of Grapeland, passed away Saturday, November 29, 2003 in Latexo. Dr. Dotson was born February 16, 1947 in Houston and had lived in Houston County most of his lifetime. Dr. Dotson was a doctor of veterinary medicine and was owner of the Westside Animal Clinic in Hudson. Dr. Dotson was a graduate of Texas A&M University and was a member of the Texas A&M Alumni. Dr. Dotson was a member of the Central Church of Christ in Lufkin.
Survivors include his wife Peggy Leavings Dotson, of Grapeland; children Jennifer Dotson, Christopher Dotson, Meredith Dotson, all of Grapeland, Jessica Malone and husband Larry, of Nacogdoches, Datha Ward, of Lufkin; grandchildren Chase, Keara, Laurel, Jacob and Andrew; brothers Garland Dotson and wife Karol, of Fredricksburg, Gene Dotson and wife Carolyn, of Jacksonville, Gale Dotson, of Austonio; sister-in-law Rhonda Dotson, of Fredricksburg; mother-in-law Mervia Lee Leavings, of Lufkin; numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives.
Preceded in death by his parents Fritz and Ora Dotson; and brother Darnell Dotson.
Memorial services for Dr. Carlyle David Dotson were held Monday, December 1, at 2:00 p.m. in the Callaway-Allee Memorial Chapel with Mr. Rick Kelley officiating.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association, C/O Kathy Haeckler, 404 North 7th, Crockett, TX. 75835.
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ELSIE BETH MAINER HELM
Mrs. Elsie Beth Mainer Helm, the seventh child of Thomas Nelms and Mattie (Williams) Mainer, was born on November 18, 1919 in Lovelady. Mrs. Nelms attended school in Lovelady until her senior year. Mrs. Nelms then took up residence with her oldest sister and brother-in-law in Yoakum and graduated from Yoakum High School. Mrs. Helm received her Bachelor's degree from Sam Houston State University, and taught in Yoakum and Love-lady schools. Mrs. Helm entered the service of her country as a SPAR, auxiliary to the Coast Guard, in WWII. After training in Florida, she was stationed at the Navy District Pay Office in St. Louis, Missouri, until her discharge in 1945. While in the service, Elsie Beth met Roger Helm, son of Herman and Agnes Belle (Rogers) Helm of Phillips, Wisconsin. Mr. Helm was in the Signal Corps of the U.S. Army and served in the CBI Theater, and the Army of Occupation in Tokyo, Japan. They were married on March 17, 1946 in Lovelady. They lived in Chicago, Illinois for a time, then moved Houston.
Mrs. Helm taught in the Houston Independent School District. Mrs. Helm taught Kindergarten at Burbank Ele-mentary. Mrs. Helm quit teaching to start her family, becoming a loving, devoted mother to her three children. Mrs. Helm resumed her teaching career in HISD at Emerson Elementary where she taught 2nd and 3rd grades until her retirement in 1981. Mrs. Helm was a member of Richmond Plaza Baptist Church. Mrs. Helm took an active part in the development of the church school, helping with the curriculum and serving on the school's board. In spite of three cancer surgeries, she kept involved in church activities. Mrs. Helm was a charter member of the Major Jarrell Beasley Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution in Crockett. Mrs. Helm was a genealogical re-searcher par excellence and furnished much research for the books published on the Mainer and Nelms families.
Mrs. Helm moved with her husband to New Braunfels in 1999 to be closer to their daughter. Mrs. Helm passed away at home on November 28, 2003.
Survivors include her devoted husband Roger Helm; three children Roger M. Helm and wife Ginger, Danny I. Helm and Margaret H. Busch and husband Randy; three grandchildren Marc Helm and wife Michele, Annaleise Helm, and James Busch; great-granddaughter Hazel Anne Helm; sisters Ella Francis Dodd, Lucille Boyd and Pol-lyanna McEldowney; and many loving friends and relatives. Mrs. Helm will be dearly missed.
Preceded in death by her parents; two brothers Dan and Tom Mainer; sister Margaret Muenker.
Funeral services for Mrs. Elsie Beth Mainer Helm were held Saturday, December 6, at 2:00 p.m. in the Lovelady First Baptist Church with the Rev. Scott Matthews and the Rev. Leroy Pearson officiating. Interment followed in the Lovelady Evergreen Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be to the Hope Hospice of New Braunfels, TX.
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SEAMUS ELMA STRANGE
Mr. Seamus Elma Strange was born October 30, 1937 to Jesse Sr. and Lona Strange in Trinity. He was educated in the Crockett Public Schools. He joined Progressive Baptist Church early in life and later joined Bethel A.M.E. Church in San Antonio. Seamus is remembered for working with traveling carnivals as a young man and after mov-ing to San Antonio driving a taxi for most of his adult life. Seamus passed away on November 27, 2003 in San An-tonio.
He was preceded in death by 2 wives, father, and a brother.
Survivors are: devoted mother; Lona Lee Strange of Crockett, 2 sisters; Dorothy Smith and husband John L. of Harker Heights, Texas, Vickie Johnson and husband John of Crockett, 2 brothers; Jesse Strange Jr, Tommy Strange and wife Annette of Houston, 3 aunts, 2 uncles, special friend; Theodis "Poochie" Jones, nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
Funeral services were held Saturday, December 6, 2003, 2p.m., Progressive Baptist Church, 311 Oak, Crockett, Rev. Harry Fred Scott, pastor and officiant. Eternal resting place was in Pine Grove Cemetery.
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VERDA HYDE
Mrs. Verda Hyde, age 91 of Conroe, previously of Weldon Community, passed away Friday, November 14, 2003 at her residence in Conroe. Mrs. Hyde was born April 21, 1912 in Milam and had been living in Conroe for the past seven years, formerly of the Weldon Community. Mrs. Hyde was a member of the Daughters of the Revolution and Daughters of the Republic of Texas. Mrs. Hyde was a housewife and also a member of the Weldon Baptist church.
Survivors include her son and daughter-in-law Orland Hyde and wife Beckie, of Montgomery; grandchildren Ronald Everett Hyde and wife Karen, of Shenandoah, Susan Hyde Delaney and husband Sean, of Duluth, Ga., John Robert Hyde, of Houston; great-grandson Doulton Delaney.
Preceded in death by her husband Everett Hyde.
Graveside funeral services for Mrs. Verda Hyde were held Friday, November 21, in the Salem Cemetery with the Rev. Scott Matthews. Interment followed.
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L.D. LOWE
Mr. L.D. Lowe, age 61 of Lovelady, passed away Tuesday, November 18, 2003 in the East Texas Medical Cen-ter-Crockett. Mr. Lowe was born June 24, 1942 in New Gulf and had been living in Lovelady for the past fourteen years, previously living in Houston. Mr. Lowe was a salesman for a food service company and a member of the First United Methodist Church-Lovelady.
Survivors include his son Larry Lowe and wife Elke, of Shepherd; wife Mary A. Lowe, of Lovelady; step-daughters Bette Reyes and husband Jose, of Galveston, Kemper Dotson and husband Kenny, of Boerne; eight grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren.
Preceded in death by his mother Carrie Robinson; and sister Elaine Russell.
Funeral services for Mr. L.D. Lowe were held Friday, November 21, at 10:30 a.m. in the First United Methodist Church-Lovelady with the Rev. Doug Howell officiating.
Graveside services were held at 3:00 p.m. in the Forest Park Westheimer Cemetery in Houston. Interment fol-lowed.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Building Fund First United Methodist Church-Lovelady, P.O. Box 161, Lovelady, TX. 75851.
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LAVERNE HENDRY
Mrs. Laverne Hendry, age 80 of Sugarland, formerly of Kennard, passed away Monday, November 17, 2003 at her residence in Sugarland. Mrs. Hendry was born June 8, 1923 in Hall County and had been living in Sugarland for the past four years, previously living in Kennard. Mrs. Hendry was a housewife and a member of the Ivie Bap-tist Church.
Survivors include her children Dorothy Hester and husband Doyle, of Houston, Gary Hendry and wife Sofia, of Sugarland, Kenneth Hendry, of Lufkin, Donna Graham, of Kennard; seven grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; brothers Huelin Bruce, of Trinity, Huett Bruce and wife Louise, J.C. Bruce and wife Katie, all of Grapeland; numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives.
Preceded in death by her husband John D. Hendry in 1998.
Funeral services for Mrs. Laverne Hendry were held Thursday, November 20, at 2:00 p.m. in the Callaway-Allee Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Larry Bruce and the Rev. James Gunnels officiating. Interment followed in the Ivie Cemetery.
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PATTI ANNE SCHROEDER
Mrs. Patti Anne Schroeder, age 48 of Crockett, passed away Monday, November 17, 2003 in the St. Joseph Re-gional Health Center in Bryan. Mrs. Schoeder was born March 11, 1955 in Knoxville, Tennessee and had been liv-ing in Crockett for the past fourteen years. Mrs. Schroeder was a housewife and a member of the Bethlehem Lu-theran Church in Brenham.
Survivors include her husband Ronnie Schroeder of Crockett; children Amber Schroeder, Mike Schroeder, both of Crockett; mother Margaret Alice Dardar, of Houston; step-dad Floyd Dardar, of Houston; brothers Tommy Shel-ton, of Dallas, Earl Dardar, of Houston; sister Teresa Herrera, of Houston; mother-in-law and father-in-law Mary and Miller Bayse, of Crockett; special friend Theresa Minchew, of Crockett; numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives.
Preceded in death by her father Tom Shelton.
Memorial services for Mrs. Patti Anne Schroeder were held Monday, November 24, at 10:30 a.m. in the Calla-way-Allee Memorial Chapel with the Rev. John Goss officiating.
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LOIS INEZ VAUGHAN CARDENAS
Mrs. Lois Inez Vaughan Cardenas, age 86 of South Houston, passed away in the comfort of her home Friday, No-vember 7, 2003. Mrs. Cardenas was born February 10, 1917 in the Plain Community of Houston County to Lillie Mae and Matthew Brittain Vaughan. Mrs. Cardenas grew up and attended School in Belott Community.
Survivors include her husband of 69 years Frank Manuel Cardenas; four children Dolores Robinson and husband Robbie, Kirby Frank Cardenas and wife Betty Jo, Hurschel Cardenas, and Sharon Sanic; sister Cassie A. Minter; grandsons Brian and Scott Weeks, Keith and Dene Cardenas; granddaughters Shane Marie Mize; ten great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews and other relatives.
Funeral services for Mrs. Lois Inez Vaughan Cardenas were held Monday, November 10, at 10:00 a.m. at Grand View Funeral Home. Interment followed at the Grand View Memorial Park.

BOB ROTHENBERGER
Mr. Bob Rothenberger, age 70 of Grapeland, passed away Monday, November 10, 2003 in the East Texas Medi-cal Center-Crockett. Mr. Rothenberger was born September 24, 1933 in Sayre, Oklahoma and had been living in Grapeland for the past ten years, previously living in Carrollton. Mr. Rothenberger was a veteran of the U.S. Air Force having served during the Korean Conflict. Mr. Rothenberger was a rancher.
Survivors include his wife Barbara Rothenberger, of Grapeland; children Eddy Rothenberger, of Garland, Rodney Rothenberger, Randy Rothenberger, both of Dallas, LaDan Rothenberger, of Fort Worth; step-daughter Misti Sar-gent and husband Robert, of Irving; grandchildren Kyle, Andrew and Remie; and numerous cousins.
Graveside funeral services for Mr. Bob Rothenberger will be held Thursday, November 13, at 2:00 p.m. in the Grapeland City Cemetery with the Rev. Ken Wooley officiating. Interment will follow.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Arthritis Foundation, P.O. Box 4284, Pittsfield, MA. 01202-4284.
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TERRY GLENN STEADMAN
Mr. Terry Glenn Steadman, age 45 of Crockett, passed away Wednesday, November 12, 2003 at his residence. Mr. Steadman was born December 7, 1957 in Palestine to Jerry Steadman and Wynice Caskey Whitaker. Mr. Steadman was a self-employed welder. Mr. Steadman was a member of the San Pedro Baptist Church. Terry will be greatly missed by his family and friends and everyone that knew him.
Survivors include his wife Barbara Steadman, of Crockett; mother Wynice Whitaker, of Grapeland; grandmother Veiva Caskey, of Slocum; daughter Roxan Taylor, of Crockett; sons Joey Steadman, of Ashburn, Va., and Matthew Steadman, of Grapeland; sisters Gwen Weisinger and husband Donald, Cindy Thomas and husband Bobby, all of Grapeland, Patti Wright and husband Ray, of Tenaha; grandson Tyler Thomas Taylor.
Preceded in death by his father Jerry Steadman.
Funeral services for Mr. Terry Glenn Steadman were Friday, November 14, at 3:00 p.m. at the First Baptist Church-Grapeland with the Rev. Tommy Hutto officiating. Interment followed in the Pilgrim Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Donald Weisinger, Bobby Thomas, Ray Wright, Johnny Commander, Paul Goodnight, G.C. Shanks, and C.W. Driskell.
Honorary Pallbearers were the 1974 State Champion Football Team of Grapeland.
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GLORIA J. SCHLUENS YOUNG
Mrs. Gloria J. Schluens Young, age 71 of Crockett, formerly of Texas City, passed away Wednesday, November 5, 2003 in the Methodist Hospital in Houston. Mrs. Young was born January 1, 1932 in Rosebud and had lived in Crockett for several years. Mrs. Young was a housewife and loved the outdoors and her favorite pastimes were hunting and fishing. Mrs. Young will be sadly missed by her children and grandchildren, whom she loved so dearly.
Survivors include her daughters Joy Morales, of Texas City, Jan and Tommie Lowery, of Crockett; sons John and Sonya Schluens, of Waller, Dennis and Beth Young, of Tacoma, Wash.; grandchildren Wendy M. Morales and Chad M. Morales, of Texas City, Cameron and Amber Schluens, of Sugarland, Cody Schluens, of Bryan, Clay Schluens, of Waller, Gwynne Fincher, of Houston, Jerrud Horton, of Grapeland, Tanya and Dave Cook, of Dayton, Tasha and Bret Bienek, of Channelview, Rachel Whittinghill, of Tacoma, Wash.; five step-great-grandchildren.
Preceded in death by her husband Murrell W. Young.
Funeral services for Mrs. Gloria J. Schluens Young were held Friday, November 7, at 10:30 a.m. in the Callaway-Allee Memorial Chapel with the Rev. John Bear officiating. Interment followed in the Parker Cemetery in Grape-land.
Pallbearers were members of the Lothrop Lodge #21 AF and AM.
Honorary Pallbearers were were Granny Glo's grandsons Chad, Cameron, Cody, Clay and Jerrud.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may made to the American Heart Association C/O Kathy Haeckler, 404 North 7th, Crockett, TX. 75835 or American Cancer Society, 4000 S. Medford Dr. Suite 17E, Lufkin, TX. 75901.
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DR. GEORGE G. ALEXANDER
Memorial services for Dr. George G. Alexander passed away Sunday, November 2, 2003 were held Thursday, November 6, at 1:00 p.m. at the Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church in Bellville with his cousin the Rev. Sam Riccobene officiating.
Dr. Alexander lifelong humanitarian was born in Kennedy March 18, 1926 to R.T. and Irene Alexander. Dr. Alexander graduated from Kennedy High School and attended the University of Texas in Austin, but his studies were interrupted as he entered WWII. Before his departure for service he married Helen Cunningham whom he met at the University of Texas. Dr. Alexander served in the Pacific Theater and was attached to General Douglas Mac-Arthur's Headquarters in Manila. After the war, Dr. Alexander returned to get his medical degree from Baylor Col-lege of Medicine, graduating from Baylor Medical School in 1951 and establishing his medical office in Family Practice in Pasadena where he began his lifetime of community service.
Dr. Alexander was chairman of the group of doctors that built Pasadena Bayshore Hospital. While there he served on the Board of Hospital Corporation of America. Some of his many achievements include his service of the Board of Managers of Harris County Hospital District from 1973-1992, helped establish the Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center and served as its chairman for many years, served on the Board of the Greater Houston Aids Alliance, asso-ciated with the Harris County Medical Society and was president in 1974. He also became president of the Texas Medical Association of the Texas Association in 1983 and -Chairman of the delegation to the American Medical Association afterwards. Dr. Alexander was instrumental in starting the J.P. McGovern Museum of Health and Medical Science, serving on its Board and later chairman.
Dr. Alexander many community service awards included the Distinguished Alumnus Award for Baylor College of Medicine in 1989, Humanitarian of the Year for Hermann Hospital, Honored Lifegiver by the Gulf Coast Re-gional Blood Center and the Medical Service to Mankind Award from the Leukemia Society in 2000. The Texas Medical Association honored him with its Physician of the Year Award and after retiring received the Retired Phy-sician of the Year from that Houston organization. Dr. Alexander returned to Bellville where he continued to serve, fostering youth groups and through his Presbyterian Church activities.
Dr. Alexander connection with the Straughan family in Lovelady brought him to Houston County where he also reached out to fill community needs.
Among his survivors his wife of 58 years Helen Cunningham; daughter Diane Alexander, of Houston; three sons Dr. Raymond Alexander and wife Jane, George Alexander Jr. and wife Michele and Jeffery Alexander and wife Dawna; eight grandchildren all of Houston.

ELVIS H. RICH
Mr. Elvis H. Rich, age 76, loving husband, father and grandfather, passed away Wednesday, November 5, 2003 in Houston. Mr. Rich was born September 4, 1927 in Anderson County to Robert and Clara Rich. Mr. Rich was the owner of Quality Solids Control Company in Houston.
Survivors include his wife of 50 years Virginia Rich; children Jimmie Rich and wife Betty, David Rich and wife Betsy, Linda Geraghty and husband Keith, and Philip Rich and wife Miriam; eight grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; sisters Lois Shanks, Martha Brooks and Jane Tyre; brothers R.C. Rich and Ed Rich.
Funeral services for Mr. Elvis H. Rich were held Friday, November 7, at 9:30 a.m. in the Chapel of Heights Fu-neral Home. Interment followed at 2:30 p.m. in Muse Cemetery in Anderson County.
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BILLIE A. BARRIER
Mr. Billie A. Barrier, age 84 of Angleton, passed away Thursday, November 6, 2003 in a Houston Hospital. Mr. Barrier was born December 18, 1918 in Crockett to Major Eli and Lena Allbright. Mr. Barrier graduated from Pear-son Chapel High School in May of 1937 and served his country in the U.S. Army during World War II. Mr. Barrier was a resident of Angleton since 1953 and a member of the St. John Lutheran Church. Mr. Barrier loved playing dominos and did so regularly with the gang at City Drugs. Mr. Barrier also loved to play Free Cell on the computer and became quite a computer buff. Mr. Barrier also loved playing with his grandsons and spending time at his country home in Crockett.
Survivors include his wife Trudy Barrier, of Angleton; daughters Kay Alieen Smitherman and husband Joe Carl, of Angleton, B.A. Jones and husband Jimmie J., of Conroe; six grandchildren; ten great-grandchildren.
Preceded in death by his brothers Eldred and Debs Barrier; and sister Erma Barrier.
Memorial services for Mr. Billie A. Barrier were held Sunday, November 9, at 2:30 p.m. in the Harvest Church.
Graveside funeral services were held at 4:00 p.m. in the Bynum Cemetery.
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CHARLES (CHUCK) WILLINGHAM
Mr. Charles (Chuck) Willingham, age 70 of Cleveland, passed away Tuesday, November 4, 2003 in the Conroe Regional Medical Center. Mr. Willingham was born January 23, 1933 in Jewett and had been living in Cleveland for the past five years, previously living in Humble. Mr. Willingham was a retired used car dealer.
Survivors include his wife Dollie Willingham, of Cleveland; children Brenda Soley and husband Steve, of King-wood, Glenda Cardin and husband Bruce, of Houston, Michael Willingham, of Melbourne Beach, Fla, Tammy Wil-lingham, of Indialantic, Fla.; step-children Billy Ramsey and wife Jan, of Lytton Springs, La Rhonda Ramsey, of Dale, Dwayne Delacerda, of Lytton Springs, Larry Delacerda and wife Shannon, of Pasadena, Edward Delacerda, of Lytton Springs; grandchildren Glen Corder, Danny Willingham, Nicole Lewis, Chris Lewis, Chase Delacerda, John Delacerda, Miranda Delacerda, Bryan Stuteville; great-grandchild Cade Corder; Donna Guerra and husband Bobby, Jan Menchaca and husband Zeke; brothers Gary Willingham, Bill Willingham and wife Sheila; numerous nieces, nephews, and friends.
Funeral services for Mr. Charles (Chuck) Willingham were held Saturday, November 8, at 2:00 p.m. in the Cal-laway-Allee Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Gary Nichols officiating. Interment followed in the Creek Cemetery.
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Harvey Huff
Services for Harvey Huff, 84, of Grapeland will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the First Baptist Church of Grapeland with the Rev. David Bradley officiating. Burial will be in Dailey Cemetery under the direction of Bailey & Foster, Grapeland.
Mr. Huff died Sunday at East Texas Medical Center in Crockett.
He was born Jan. 22, 1919 in the Dalys community in Houston County to Eugene "Brud" and Lorena Brown Huff.
Mr. Huff was a farmer and rancher. He also served two terms on the Grapeland Independent School District School Board, and was owner and director at the First State Bank in Grapeland for over 30 years. He also was a member of First Baptist Church of Grapeland.
Mr. Huff was preceded in death by his parents, Eugene "Brud" Huff and Lorena Brown Huff; sister, Luna Frank Matthews; brothers, Gene Huff, and Nolan Huff; and a great-granddaughter, Lauren Elaine Skidmore.
He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Molly Nelson Huff of Grapeland; sons and daughters-in-law, Dan and Necia Huff, and Paul and Charlotte Huff, all of Grapeland; daughters and sons-in-law, Nancy and Oran Neill of Athens, and Janis and Kenneth Skidmore of Mont Belvieu; brothers and sisters-in-law, Bill and Nancy Huff of Grapeland, and Charles and Bobbie Huff of Austin; sisters, Ima Ashwood of Grapeland and Ann Brown of Arlington; sisters-in-law, Mary Lou Huff and Barbara Huff, both of Grapeland, eight grandchildren, Carrie Luce, Kyle Huff, Amy Wyatt, Ali Tyner, Ken Skidmore, Kori Schweinle, Brad Huff, and Gretchen Jagot; great-grandchildren, Kelsey Luce, Colton Luce, Abby Hinds, Emmy Hinds, Claire Huff, Anna Huff, Lindsey Skidmore, Andrew Tyner, Kimberly Jagot, Noah Jagot, and Mason Schweinle due in December.

Pallbearers will be grandsons, Brad Huff, Kyle Huff, and Ken Skidmore; nephews, Larry Huff, Mitchell Huff, Scott Huff, Steven Huff and Ronny Finke.

Condolence calls will be received from 6 to 8 p.m. today at Bailey & Foster, Grapeland.

 Michael Keith Lamb
Services for Michael Keith Lamb, 48, of Crockett, will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Simpson Chapel Baptist Church in Kennard. Burial will follow at McKelvey Cemetery in Kennard under the direction of Emanuel Funeral Home of Crockett.
Mr. Lamb died Saturday at the University of Texas Medical Center in Tyler.

Lula Lurlene King Gipson
Services for Lula Lurlene King Gipson, 85, will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Miles Chapel CME Church with the Rev. Henry Lovelady officiating. Burial will follow in Forest Lawn Cemetery in Crockett. Arrangements are under the direction of Emanuel Funeral Home, Crockett.
Mrs. Gipson died Thursday at her residence.