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Matagorda County Obituaries

Burnett Earl "Jack" Yancey

Mrs. Yancey

Cedarvale Cemetery

Photos courtesy of Faye Cunningham

James D. Yancey

Bettie S. Yancey

Cedarvale Cemetery

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Faye Cunningham


Anna Marie Yanez
Jan. 16, 1956 – Oct. 9, 2008

Anna Marie Yanez, 52, of Bay City passed away Thursday, October 9, 2008 in Houston.

She was born January 16, 1956 in Bay City to Eloisa Losoya Yanez and Guadalupe Yanez Sr..

Mrs. Yanez is survived by: her husband, Jimmy Montalvo Sr. of Bay City; mother, Eloisa L. Yanez of Bay City; daughter, Cynthia Montalvo of El Campo; two sons, Rojelio Montalvo of El Campo and Jimmy Montalvo Jr. of Bay City; two sisters, Irene Escobar and husband Wally of Bay City and Paula Sedillo and husband Daniel of Freeport; four brothers, Lupe H. Yanez Jr. and wife Delia of Alvin, Mack L. Yanez and wife Margaret of Danbury, Charles Yanez and wife Rachel of Bay City, and Ernest Yanez and wife Donna of Bay City; and 15 Grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her father, Lupe Yanez Sr.; sister, Lucille Y. Rubio; and two brothers, Robert M. and Patrick Yanez.

A rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. Monday, October 13, 2008 at Taylor Bros. Funeral Home.

Mass will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, October 14, 2008 at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church with the Father Gerry Cernoch officiating.

Interment will follow at Cedarvale Cemetery.

Pallbearers will be: Kenneth Glune, Keith Yanez, Mack Yanez Jr., Robert Yanez, Dale Trevino, and Jimmy Montalvo Jr.

Condolences may be shared with the family by visiting

Arrangements are with Taylor Bros. Funeral Home (979) 245-4613.


Bay City Tribune, Published October 12, 2008                  Photo courtesy of Betty Crosby



Lupe Yanez, Sr.
(January 21, 1929 - February 20, 2007)

Lupe Yanez, Sr., 78, of Bay City passed away February 20, 2007. He was born January 21, 1929 in Bay City to the late Felix M. Yanez, Sr. and Marcela Hernandez Yanez.

Survivors include his wife, Eloisa Losoya Yanez of Bay City; daughters, Anna Yanez of Bay City, Irene Escobar & husband Wally of Bay City & Paula Sedillo & husband Daniel of Freeport; sons & daughters-in-law Lupe H. Yanez, Jr. & Delia of Alvin, Mack L. Yanez & Margaret of Danbury, Charles Yanez & Rachel of Bay City, & Ernest Yanez & Donna of Bay City; sister Mamie Barrera of Bay City; brothers Felix Yanez, Jr. of Angleton & Ramon Yanez of Houston; thirty grandchildren and thirty six great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by daughter Lucille Y. Rubio; sons Robert M. & Patrick Yanez; granddaughter Lisa Yanez; sisters Prudencio Yanez & Rosa Y. Figueroa and brother Ynosente Yanez.

A rosary will be recited at 7:30 PM Wed. at Taylor Brothers Funeral Home. Mass is 2:00 PM Thurs. February 22, 2007 at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church with Rev. Gerry Cernoch officiating. Interment will follow at Cedarvale Cemetery in Bay City. Pallbearers include Mack Yanez, Jr., Wesley Escobay, Wally Escobar, Jr., Keith Yanez, Rogbert Yanez and Jimmy Montalvo, Jr. Manuel Figueroa, Jr. will be honorary pallbearer. Online condolences may be sent by visiting Arrangements with Taylor Bros. Funeral Home in Bay City. 979-245-4613.              Photo courtesy of Betty Crosby


Mary A. Yarborough, 62, of Van Vleck died December 27, 2000 at Matagorda General Hospital in Bay City.

She was born July 8, 1938 in Eagle Lake, Texas to Bill and Annie Kessler Zigo. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Van Vleck and a longtime resident of Van Vleck.

Survivors include: husband, Roy Yarborough; parents, Bill and Annie Zigo all of Van Vleck; daughters, Shirley Paschall of Van Vleck and Kathy Eidlebach of Bay City; sisters, Barbara Wilkinson and Faye Zigo of Van Vleck, Louise Radford of Markham; brothers, Bill Joe Zigo of Van Vleck and James Robert Kessler of Flatonia; and eight grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her son Roy Yarborough, Jr.

Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, December 30, 2000, at the First Baptist Church at Van Vleck with the Rev. Joe Ramsey officiating. Interment will follow at Cedarvale Cemetery.

Pallbearers will be Gene Eidlebach, David Radford, Gary Paschall, Henry Yarborough, Tommie Hobbins, Henry Seifert, Earl, Buck, and Jimmie Yarborough, and Robert Gary.

Arrangements are with Taylor Bros. Funeral Home. A00011A2000DC29

THE DAILY TRIBUNE, Friday, December 29, 2000


Roy Yarborough, Sr.
Dec. 6, 1934 – July 10, 2008

Mr. Roy Yarborough, Sr., 73, of Van Vleck, Texas, passed away on July 10, 2008 at the Bay Villa Nursing Center in Bay City following a long illness.

Mr. Yarborough was born in Bastrop, Texas on December 6, 1934 to parents, James Leroy and Mary Mollie Fondon Yarborough.

He was a life long resident of Matagorda County and worked many years in the oilfield for Townsend Lease Service, Soloco, and Seifert Welding.

He was preceded in death by: his wife, Mary Ann Yarborough; a son, Roy Yarborough, Jr.; a granddaughter, Jennifer Lynn Eidlebach; and a brother, Henry Yarborough.

Mr. Yarborough is survived by: two daughters and son-in-laws, Kathy and Gene Eidlebach of Van Vleck and Shirley and John White of Van Vleck. He is also survived by: a sister, Sue Fisher of Bay City; and three brothers, Earl Yarborough of Van Vleck, Buck Yarborough of Angleton, and Jimmie Yarborough of Edna as well as nine grandchildren and five great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.

The family will receive friends at the Bay City Funeral Home on Sunday, July 13, 2008 from 5until 7 p.m. and funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday July 14, 2008 at the Bay City Funeral Home Chapel with Randy Young officiating.

Interment will follow at Cedarvale Cemetery in Bay City with Scott Brown, David Radford, Brad Merwin, Shane Yarborough, Andy Yarborough, and Matthew Whatley serving as pallbearers.

Honorary pallbearers will be Jason Eidlebach, William Eidlebach, Chris Paschall, and Billy Wayne Yarborough.

Services are under the direction of Bay City Funeral Home.

Bay City Tribune, Published July 13, 2008


A. O. Yeager Succumbs After Short Illness

Mr. A. O. Yeager, a long time resident of Blessing passed away in the Florence Nightingale Hospital in El Campo on March 27th after an illness of six weeks duration.

Mr. Yeager had lived in Blessing for the past 40 years and had owned and operated a lumber yard there until his retirement about ten years ago. Mr. Yeager will be specially remembered by many people for the beautiful Easter lilies which he delighted in growing and sharing with his many friends.

A. O. Yeager was born in Hunt County, Texas, on May 23, 1862. He was married in Stephenville, Texas, on December 24th, 1905 to Miss Laura Price. Mr. and Mrs. Yeager moved to Blessing in 1909 where he has lived since. He was preceded in death by his wife, who passed away at the family residence on Mar. 20.

Mr. and Mrs. Yeager are survived by three daughters, Mrs. W. P. Braden, of Baytown, Mrs. Madge Thorp of Houston, Mrs. Hugh Thompson of El Campo. Three grandchildren, Bobby Thorp of Baytown, Nancy Deane and Kay Thompson of El Campo also survive.

Funeral services were held on March 28 from the Blessing Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Wheat officiating. Burial was in Hawley Cemetery with the Blessing Masonic Lodge in charge.

The Daily Tribune, March 31, 1949

Mrs. A. D. [O.] [Laura Price] Yeager Dies

Mrs. A. D. [O.] Yeager, a resident of Blessing for 40 years, passed away at the family residence after a long illness, March 20th.

Funeral services were held Monday afternoon with the Rev. Wheat of the First Methodist Church of El Campo officiating. Burial was at the Hawley cemetery with Clyde Wheeler of El Campo in charge of arrangements.

Mrs. Yeager was a life long member of the Presbyterian Church.

Pallbearers were L. C. Cornelius, J. W. Merriwether, Lindsey Rickaway, R. H. Rhodes, L. M. Pierce, F. G. Cobb, Gifford Reiman, and A. R. Matthes.

Mrs. Yeager was born at Fayette, Ark., on October 12, 1872, and she was married in Stephenville, Texas to A. O. Yeager on December 24, 1909.

Surviving Mrs. Yeager are her three daughters, Mrs. W. P. Braden of Baytown, Mrs. Madge Tharp of Houston, Mrs. Hugh Thompson of El Campo, three grandchildren, Bobby Tharp of Baytown, Nance Deane and Kay Thompson of El Campo, one sister, Miss Dora Price of Palacios, two brothers, R. L. Price of Palacios and J. E. Price of Stephenville.

The Daily Tribune, March 31, 1949

Charles Valcour Yeamans
Dec. 12, 1894 - Mar. 13, 1984

Jeannette V. Lewis
May 16, 1894 - May 20, 1978

Roselawn Memorial Park

Photos courtesy of Faye Cunningham




November 23, 1933

Horace M. Yeamans, 79-year-old cattleman and trail driver, died at the home of his son,  L. O. Yeamans, 7744 Harrisburg Boulevard, at 8 a.m. Saturday.  He had been in ill health for some time.

For the last five years Mr. Yeamans had been making his home in Houston, coming here from Palacios, where he had lived for many years.

Mr. Yeamans was a pioneer stockman of this state and was a member of the Old Trail Drivers, driving cattle from Texas to Dodge, Kan., in the early days.

He was the son of Horace and Eliza Baxter Yeamans, who came to Texas with the Austin colony and settled near Matagorda in 1827.  He had been a member of the First Baptist Church of Palacios since it was organized.

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Eliza Yeamans; four sons, L.O., Eugene N. and Victor H. Yeamans of Houston and Charles V. Yeamans, of Bay City; one grandson, Donald O. Yeamans; one granddaughter, Mrs. Lucille E. Ready, and one great-granddaughter, Eleise Ready.

Funeral services were held at 8 a.m. Sunday in the drawing room of the Settegast-Kopf Funeral Home, with Rev. M. M. Wolf officiating.  Burial was made in the Rosewood Cemetery, under the direction of the Settegast-Kopf Company.

Active pallbearers were Donald Yeamans, R. D. Ready, Charles Jepson, H. W. Meadows, R. E. Yeamans and C. S. Yeamans.

Victor H. Yeamans

Mar. 20, 1897 - Jun. 4, 1981

Roselawn Memorial Park

Photo courtesy of
Faye Cunningham

Woodrow Wilson Yeamans, Jr.

May 10, 1944 - Jun. 29, 1963

Roselawn Memorial Park

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Abraham Young, Jr.

Funeral services for Specialist Abraham Young, Jr., age 48, of San Antonio, will be held Saturday, June 29, at 11 a. m., at First Sacred Memorial Christian Church in Bay City, with Rev. Andrew Floyd officiating. Burial will follow at Eastview Cemetery in Bay City.

Visitation will be Friday until 9 p. m. in the chapel of Duncan-Roberts Funeral Home, and Saturday from 10 to 11 a. m. at the church.

He was born in Bay City, Texas, Monday, May 17, 1948, to Abraham Young, Sr. and Lillie Mae Jackson Young, and died Thursday, June 20, 1996, at University Hospital, San Antonio, Texas, as a result of an auto accident.

Young, a former resident of Bay City, is a 1967 graduate of Hilliard High School in Bay City, afterwhich he pursued further education at Long Beach Community College, Long Beach, California.

He was a veteran of the United States Army. There he received the National Defense Service Medal, the Parachutist Badge, The Vietnam Service Medal, the Vietnam Campaign Medal, the Combat Medical Badge, and the Bronze Star Medal. Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Lillie Mae Young of Bay City, and a daughter and grandson, Ashanda D. Young and Da’Quawn Franklin of Bay City. Also three step-children, Larry Sanford, Patrick and Ashley Young, all of Bay City and step-grandsons Michael Brown of Markham.

He leaves to mourn three sisters, Mrs. Barbara A. Jones and Ms. Deborah D. Young, of San Antonio, and Mrs. Wanda S. Hebert of Bay City; and four brothers, James E. Young and Sornnie D. Young of Bay City, Sgt. Alfred L. Young of Ft. Hood, and Herbert Jones, Sr. of San Antonio. Also he aunts and uncles, Mrs. Juanita Harris Jackson, and Al Jackson of Long Beach, California, Mrs. Barbara White (& James) of Bay City, James Young (& Kitty) of Houston, Ms. Marilyn Jackson of San Antonio, Travis Jackson (& Phyllis) of San Antonio, and Mrs. Josephine Young of Bay City.

He leaves 12 nieces and nephews, Herbert, Jr., Michael, Nanita, Charla, David, Andrew, Sintra, Amber, Mae, Alexis, Dean and Aniska; his devoted cousins, Penita Caesar Hopkins and Marilyn E. Jackson. Also a host of cousins, other relatives and a family of friends.

He was preceded in death by his father, Abraham Young, Sr.

Active pallbearers include Larry Sanford, James Young, Sornnie D. Young, Herbert Lee Jones, Michael D. Hebert, David E. Jones and Alfred Young.

Honorary pallbearers include Reginald W. Flye, Willie Rollins, Dave Sanford, Charles Perry, Timothy Young and Michael A. Young.

Arrangements are with Duncan-Roberts Funeral Home in Bay City.

Daily Tribune, June, 1996


BAY CITY - Funeral services for Elton Young, 51, of Bay City, who passed away April 20, 2010, will be held at 2 p.m., Saturday, April 24, at Jesus Freewill Holy Temple in Bay City. Burial will follow at Eastview Cemetery.

Visitation will be from 2 until 8 p.m. today at Duncan-Roberts Funeral Home, Bay City, 979-245-5197.

Arrangements with Duncan-Roberts Funeral Home, Bay City, 979-245-5197.

Published in Victoria Advocate on April 23, 2010

Jack Wesley Young III
(February 27, 1945 - January 7, 2009)

Jack Wesley Young III, 63 of Tres-Palacios Oaks, passed away Wednesday, January 7, 2009 in Houston. He was born February 27, 1945 in Bay City to Evelyn Elizabeth Harris Young and Jack Wesley Young, Jr. Jack was a life long resident of Matagorda County, a member of the Golden Ave. Baptist Church, served in the Air Force during the Vietnam Era, and also served with the Bay City Police Department and Matagorda County Sheriffs Department.

He is survived by his wife: Louise Blackwell Young of Palacios; mother: Evelyn Elizabeth Young of Bay City; daughter: Marcy Ann Craft & husband Frank of Bay City; 2 sons: Jack Wesley Young IV & wife Kay of Holiday Lakes, TX and Barton Pierce Young & wife Lucy of Vanderbilt, TX; step daughter: Tammy Ruiz & husband Randy of Lockhart, Texas; 3 step sons: Terrell Blackwell, Jr. of Bay City. Ronnie Dwayne Blackwell of Palacios, and Keith Blackwell & wife Cynthia of Needville; brother: Clark H. Young & wife Cyndy of Bay City; 5 grandchildren: Chad Craft, Courtney Craft, Kenzi Young, Chloe Young, and Breeana Young; 13 step grandchildren; and 4 step great grandchildren. Jack was preceded in death by his father Jack Wesley Young Jr., and grandson Christopher Newsom.

A funeral service will be held 2:00 PM Saturday, January 10, 2009 at Taylor Bros. Funeral Home with Pastor Max Plus officiating. Interment will follow at Midfield Cemetery. Pallbearers will be: Rodney Tucker III, Benjamin Moore IV, Terrell Blackwell III, Chase Blackwell, Keith Blackwell Jr., Jacob Emery Arreguin, Eric Frank Arreguin, and Luke Manuel Arreguin. Honorary pallbearers will be Chad Sinclair Craft and Thomas William Mitchell.

Bay City Tribune, January 11, 2009

PALACIOS - Roderick W. Young, 41, of Palacios, died Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2004.

He was born July 10, 1962, in Houston, to Gloria Dean Watson of Palacios and the late Odis Young Sr. He was a Baptist.

Survivors: sisters, Janice Young, Mary Watson, and Erica Watson, all of Palacios; and brothers, Gregory Mulkey, Jim Wygal, and Eric Young, all of Palacios.

Visitation will be noon-8 p.m. today at Green's Mortuary chapel in Bay City.

The family will receive friends 7-8 p.m. tonight at the funeral home chapel.

Services will be 11 a.m. Saturday at Agape Family Outreach Church.

Burial will be at Palacios Cemetery. Green's Mortuary, Bay City, 979-245-3589.

Victoria Advocate, January 30, 2004

A. W. Younts Jr.
(April 16, 1930 - February 26, 2012)

A. W. Younts, Jr., passed on February 26, 2012, at the age of 81 with his family by his side. He was beloved by his family and embraced them as well; he will be sorely missed. Born on the High Plains in Cone, Texas, to Arthur Younts and Lois Fuller Younts, he later drove farm tractors and did "men's work" in the great fields east of Lubbock during WW2, because so many of the men were off at war. As a youngster, A.W. earnestly attended Sunday School at First Baptist in Bay City and learned of the Christian faith. He had a healthy work ethic, drove a taxi, and even worked at a local flower shop in Bay City, where he excelled, especially at speedy trips to Houston (as a result of his lead foot) to restock flowers. After serving Uncle Sam at Fort Hood, he applied at Phillips Petroleum the day he returned home, and was told to come back in a few days when he turned twenty one. He did to the day; AW told them because he needed the money. After a fulfilling career at Phillips Petroleum with advancements all the way to Shift Supervisor, he began in earnest a great passion of his: he traveled with his wife Vern profusely, fulfilling their goal to live in every state, with the exception of Rhode Island, even if just for a month. They traveled extensively in Alaska and from the Arctic Circle to Baja California. He said some of his most memorable trips were to view Canada's polar bear migration and the Bay of Fundy and to the Florida Keys. AW and Vern panned for gold, searched for garnets, went dog sledding and snowmobiling. And made sure to visit family everywhere they traveled, from Chicken, Alaska, to Port Saint Joe, Florida. AW is survived by sister Delores Ratcliff of Groesbeck and Sweeny and husband Gladmon; cousins Jim Wood of Angleton and Jennette Fuller Wilson of Ralls; daughters, Carol Younts of Bryan, Vonne Davis and friend Keith Baird of Boise, La., Christine Vaughan and husband Kelley of Galveston, stepdaughter Cheryl Balcombe of Chesterfield, Va.; sons Lynn D. Younts and wife Debbie of Deer Park, Arthur W. Rogers and wife Elaine of Port Saint Joe, Fl., Sydney L. Rogers of Pollock, La.; grandchildren, Natalie Wendele and husband Neal of Harker Heights, Dalaine Prince of Deer Park, Frieda Younts of Bryan and Sarah Arends of Richmond, Va, Kel Vaughan and wife Christina of Galveston, Joshua Vaughan and wife Christi of Galveston, Nathan Vaughan and wife April of Galveston, Bobby Ray Davis and wife Darla of Alexandria, La., Michael Davis of Boise, La., Tiffany Rogers of Port Saint Joe, Fl, David Rogers and wife Chandey of Pollock, La.; Dozens of Beloved Nieces, Nephews, Great Grandchildren and Other Family. Pallbearers are Lynn Younts, Gladmon Ratcliff, Mickey Goolsby, Neal Wendele, Earl Hassell and Ryan Rich. Visitation will be Friday Mar 2, from 5-7 p.m. at the funeral home. Services will be Saturday, Mar 3 at 2 p.m., at Taylor Bros. Funeral Home. Interment will follow at Roselawn Memorial Park in Van Vleck.

Arthur W. Younts, Jr. & Vernie Taylor Younts -
Roselawn Memorial Park - Photo courtesy of Faye Cunningham


Vernie Lee Younts
(November 13, 1934 - September 18, 2010)

Vernie Lee Taylor Younts, 75, of Bay City, Texas passed away on Sept. 18, 2010 in Bay City, Texas after a courageous battle with ovarian cancer. Vern was born on November 13, 1934, in Lee County, Texas, in the community of Pleasant Groves, to Loy R.Q. Taylor and Ivy Lee Rhodes. Her family moved to Bay City when she was about one year of age. She graduated from Bay City High School in May of 1953. She married Harold Lee Hamilton in May of 1955 at Baptist Temple Church. They lived in California for awhile, where Harold was stationed in the Navy, before returning to Bay City. After her four children were older, she attended Wharton County Junior College and became an LVN in 1972. She enjoyed being a nurse and helping the elderly. She married A. W. Younts on October 10, 1985. They traveled extensively, doing their best to fulfill a goal to live in every state, even if just for a month. From Alaska and the Arctic Circle to Baja California, and from Canada’s polar bear migration and Bay of Fundy to the Florida Keys, they panned for gold, searched for garnets, went dogsledding and snowmobiling. Vern even went motorcycle riding with several of her nephews to celebrate her 75th birthday. She had many hobbies, including working in her yard, crocheting, knitting, sewing, quilting, and making porcelain dolls. She was very interested in genealogy, which of course required several research trips to Salt Lake City. She was a member of the Genealogy Society, the Quilting Guild, and the United Daughters of the Confederacy. Vern is preceded in death by her parents, two sisters; Margaret Johnson and Elsie Black, and two brothers: Dayton Taylor and R.C. Taylor. She is survived by sisters: Hope Auld of Boling, Texas, Pee Wee Hoffman of Boling, Texas, Becky Taylor of Ganado, Texas, and brother Jim Taylor of Collville, Washington. She is also survived by: Daughters: Christine Vaughan and husband , Kelley, of Galveston, Texas, Cheryl Balcombe and husband, Alan, of Glen Allen, Virginia, Carol Younts of Bryan, Texas, Vonne Davis and friend, Keith Baird of Boise, Louisiana: Sons: Lee Hamilton of Victoria, Texas, Mark Hamilton and wife, Michelle, of Victoria, Texas, Lynn D. Younts and wife, Debbie of Deer Park, Texas, Arthur W. Rogers and wife, Elaine , of Sharpsburg, Georgia, Sydney L. Rogers of Pollock, Louisiana: Grandchildren: Kel Vaughan and wife, Christina, of Galveston, Texas, Joshua Vaughan and wife, Christi, of Mansfield, Texas, Nathan Vaughan and wife, April, of Galveston, Texas, Sarah Beth Arends of Glen Allen, Virginia, Taylor Hamilton of Victoria, Texas, Cheyenne Hamilton of Victoria, Texas, Bobby Ray Davis and wife, Darla, of Alexandria, Louisiana, Michael Davis of Boise, Louisiana, Tiffany Rogers of Sharpsburg, Georgia, David Rogers and wife, Chandey of Pollock, Louisiana, Natalie Wendele and husband, Neil, of Harper Heights, Texas, Delaine Prince of Deer Park, Texas, and Frieda Younts of Deer Park, Texas: Great-Grandchildren; Jachin, Micah, and Josiah Vaughan of Galveston, Texas; Zakary and Caleb Vaughan of Mansfield, Texas, Cailyn Vaughan of Galveston, Texas, Stephanie Davis of Alexandria, Louisiana, Danielle Davis of Alexandria, Louisiana, Joshua and Joetta Davis of Boise, Louisiana, Audrey and Kristen Wendele of Harper Heights, Texas, Annabelle Prince of Deer Park, Texas, and numerous nieces and nephews. Pallbearers are Lee Hamilton, Mark Hamilton, Lynn Younts, Kel Vaughan, Joshua Vaughan, and Nathan Vaughan. Visitation will be Monday from 5:00-9:00 P.M. at the funeral home. Services will be Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2010 at 2:00 P.M. at Taylor Bros. Funeral Home with Brother Kelley R. Vaughan, her son-in-law officiating. Interment will follow at Roselawn Memorial Park in Van Vleck, Texas.

Bay City Tribune, September 22, 2010

Kevin Yoxtheimer
(May 8, 1989 - May 15, 2006)

Kevin Ray Yoxtheimer, 17, of Midfield, TX passed away Monday, May 15, 2006 in Corpus Christi. He was born May 8, 1989 to Robin & Evelyn Yoxtheimer in Wharton, TX. He was a resident of Midfield for the past 14 years, and a Junior at Tidehaven High School in El Maton, TX.

Survivors include his parents: Robin & Evelyn Yoxtheimer of Midfield; grandparents: Verbon & Kimi Bradley of Midfield, Flossie Yoxtheimer of Bay City, and Earl & Chris Stroup of Midland; sister: Kimi Rozner & husband Mike of Bay City; 2 uncles: David Bradley of Norfolk, VA, and David Yoxtheimer of Bay City; and 4 aunts: Suzie Garza of Van Vleck, Teresa Stroup of Indiana, Meghan Stroup of Midland, and Marcy Yoxtheimer of Bay City.

Visitation will be Friday, May 19, 2006 from 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM. A Funeral Service will be held 10:00 AM Saturday, May 20, 2006 at Taylor Bros. Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Michael Blevins officiating. Internment will follow at Midfield Cemetery. Pallbearers will be: David Bradley, Mike Rozner, Clint Fortenberry, Drew Alley, Travis Fuentes, Tony Rodriguez, and Chad Nguyen. Honorary Pallbearers: David Yoxtheimer, Kenny Strother, and James Rozner. Donations can be made to the Kevin Yoxtheimer Memorial Scholarship Fund, P.O. Box 159, El Maton, TX 77440. Arrangements with Taylor Bros. Funeral Home (979) 245-4613.


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