Obituaries Archives for 2020-02

Elma Ree Suell

 

 

75-year-old Ms. Elma Ree Suell services will take place on Saturday, February 29, 2020, at 11 a.m. at the Center Triumph Church in Center, Texas.

 

Pastor Johnny Jones will be officiating for her services.

She is survived by:

 

1 Daughter


1 Godson


3 Grandchildren


4 Sisters


2 Brothers
 

 

 

W. T. Thomas

 

 

Mr. W. T. Thomas, age 69, of Milam, Texas.  Mr. Thomas passed away Saturday, February 22, 2020 at Colonial Pines Care Center in San Augustine, Texas. 
  
Funeral Service
Saturday, February 29, 2020
1:00 p.m.
Greater Mt. Olive BC
Interment Cedar Grove Cemetery Milam, Texas
Rev. Orvin Garrett, Eulogist
Rev. H. W. Johnson Officiating

Visitation

Friday, February 28, 2020
1:00 p.m. until 6:30 p.m.
Garner & Son Chapel

Survivors 

Son        Gregory Thompson
        Kenyata Cartwright (Leigh Anne)
Xavier Cartwright (Mariah)

Daughters    Zanzeta Smith (Kendrell)
        Veronica Tobias
        LaTashia Thompson
         
Grandchildren  15    Great-Grandchild    1

1 sister        Vernell Brinson

A host of  nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.        

 

 

 Ellis Van "Stubby" Woods  

 

NAME:    Ellis Van "Stubby" Woods             AGE:     92                                          

ADDRESS:      Broaddus, Texas

DATE / PLACE OF DEATH:   Tuesday, February 25, 2020, Broaddus, Texas

                                                                          

DATE / PLACE OF BIRTH :    June 18, 1927, Monroe, La.

 DATE / TIME OF  SERVICE:   Saturday, February 29, 2020, 11:00 am

PLACE OF SERVICE:     Trinity Baptist Church, Broaddus, Texas

DATE / TIME OF VISITATION: Friday, February 28, 2020, 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm

PLACE OF VISITATION:   Wyman Roberts Funeral Home

OFFICIATING:  Bro. Don Lofton

  

BURIAL:  Oak Grove Cemetery, San Augustine County, Texas

FATHER:         Van Woods                      MOTHER: Nettie Mae (Thompson) Woods

MILITARY:  Marine Corps.

                                                                                                                    

OCCUPATION:   Carpenter

SURVIVED BY:   Son-in-law: C. L. Lee of Broaddus

Grandchildren: Wayne Lee and wife Tiny of Garrison

                            Cindy Lee Derby and husband Harold of Nacogdoches

                            Michael Lee and wife Tina of Nacogdoches

                            Susan Lee stone and husband Ronald of Joaquin

                            Steven Lee and wife Shannon of Nacogdoches

 

Preceded in death by parents Van and Nettie Mae Woods;

     Wife: Frances Lorane Woods; daughter Judy Lee

                           

Online Obituary and Condolences Posted at www.wymanrobertsfuneralhome.com

Arrangements under the direction of

 

WYMAN ROBERTS FUNERAL HOME

 

316 W.COLUMBIA     SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS      PHONE #936-275-2311

 

FAX # 936-275-0034

Lyndell Griffin

 

 

Lyndell Griffin, 90, of Tenaha, Texas, passed away Tuesday, February 18, 2020 at Marian Place in Carthage, Texas. She was born October 5, 1929 in Tenaha, Shelby County, Texas to Duncan Hairgrove and Essie Mitchell Hairgrove. Mrs. Griffin was a faithful and lifelong member of the First Baptist Church in Tenaha, Texas. She graduated from Tenaha High School and continued her education in office management in Lufkin, Texas.


Lyndell married Bill F. Griffin, Jr. in 1950. When Bill opened his law practice in Center, she became his secretary and office manager and continued to do so for over 50 years until they retired.
Visitation will be held from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, February 23, 2020, at Watson & Sons Funeral Home in Center, Texas. Funeral services will follow visitation at 2 p.m. in the chapel at Watson & Sons Funeral Home with Pastor Karen Jones officiating. Interment will follow at the Old Union Cemetery in Tenaha, Texas.


She is survived by her sons, Guy W. Griffin and wife Cindy Davis Griffin, John D. Griffin; daughter, Cindy A. Griffin, all of Center, Texas; grandchildren, Patrick Griffin and wife, Kasey Griffin, of Crockett, Texas, and Kelly Griffin Wahl and husband, Wesley Wahl of Nacogdoches, Texas; great grandchildren, Justin Bobbitt, Jason Bobbitt, Ella Wahl, Lucy Wahl and Ava Griffin; sister-in-law, Lonnie Ruth Stone of Lufkin, Texas; and a host of relatives and friends.


She is preceded in death by her husband, Bill F. Griffin, Jr. and parents Duncan Hairgrove and Essie Hairgrove.


Memorial donations may be made to the First Baptist Church, P.O. Box 159, Tenaha, Texas 75974; or to the charity of your choice.

 

Online condolences & tributes can be sent at www.watsonandsonsfuneralhome.com
 

Gordon "Peanut" Barrett

 

 

Gordon “Peanut” Barrett, 68, of Garrison, Texas passed away on February 18, 2020 in Tyler, Texas.  Born August 15, 1951, in Garrison, Texas, to the late Gordon “Si” Barrett and Renney Clotte (Frederick) Barrett.  Funeral service will be held on Thursday, February 20, 2020 at 3:30PM at Taylor Funeral Home, Timpson, Texas, with Bishop Neal Cox officiating.   

Visitation will be held prior to the service on February 20, 2020 beginning at 2:00 PM at Taylor Funeral Home, Timpson, Texas.

 

Peanut was raised in Garrison, Texas. He attended Garrison and Timpson Schools.  Shortly thereafter, Peanut met Gina at a local business in Garrison, The Bulldog Den. Gina was sitting on the hood of a car waiting for her sister Teresa to come out, Peanut asked her for a kiss and the answer was no! Many times after that he received the same answer no. Finally he asked her for a date, when he went to pick her up at her house for the date and knocked on the door Gina’s mom came to the door and Peanut asked for Blondie, see he didn’t know her real name because the young folks in Garrison had nicknamed her Blondie.  They courted for a few months, Gina (Blondie)  gave into his kiss, and the two joined together in marriage on May 23, 1975.  They have spent almost 45 years together, making many memories over these years.  Peanut worked as a roofer, and journeyman for many years.  He was an avid outdoorsman. Peanut enjoyed hunting and fishing.  He loved his family, especially his nieces and nephews, and great nieces and nephews. Although Peanut and Gina never had children, the love they shared with their nieces and nephews,  was just like if they were their own.They were just like his own children.

Peanut loved to take his neice and nephews fishing, he had a favorite story he would tell about taking Jesse, Amber, Wesley, Brian, and Blake trotline fishing, they had all gone out in the boat to check the lines in Lake Murvaul, he was telling the kids there was an alligator in Murvaul, when they got back to the dock and stopped the boat Peanut grabbed Wesley up and pitched him in the lake saying” there’s that alligator” once the kids realized there wasn’t an alligator they asked him if they could get in the water too, being the cool fun Uncle that he was he said “jump in” and they all jumped into the lake.

 

Sometimes he would take the kids to the Sabine River and would let them put out throwlines, he would let them pick there on spots for a line and then when they went back to check their lines it would turn into a compition to see who had the biggest fish, on one trip everyone had got a fish but Brian, they got to Brians last line and Peanut would grab hold of the line to see if it would jurk in his hand, he says to Brian “man we have Jaws on here” when they got the fish up close to the boat, he let Brian help dip it up with the dip net since that was what he would let all of them do with their fish, this fish was a big one and with Peanuts help they got that big fish in the boat but it flopped and made the handle of the dip net bounce up and it hit Brian in the mouth. Brian started to cry and Peanut asked him “ are you OK” Brian said “ YES I AM JUST SO HAPPY” because his fish was the biggest one caught that day.

 

Another thing Peanut would do with the kids was take them joy riding on the country backroads. When the kids wanted to drive and they were to small to reach the petals he would let them sit on his lap and they would steer. There was a favorite road that the kids loved to go on that they had named THRILL HILL. Peanut would let them get into the bed of his pickup and they would all laydown and when Peanut would drive fast over the hills it would feel like they were riding on a rollercoster.

 

Peanut and Gina spent every minute together, they would ride the backroads together listening to the Scriptures, and listerning for the call of the Whipoorwills and frogs singing in the night.
He loved Family gatherings would great food and sitting to visit or play a game of chickenfoot or cornhole, he really enjoyed time spent at the lake or deer camp.

 

Peanut had a great love for a good dog, he had old Sheba his coonhound and would take her out on coon hunts with his friends, he also loved the small dogs, like his dog Maggie.

Most of all he loved God the Father and Jesus Christ, he accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Saviour.


Peanut is a member of the Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints.  

He is survived by his loving wife, Gina Barrett; sisters, Rena Sue Hughes and late husband Leonard Hughes; Patsy Cranford and husband Buddy; Kathleen Cranford and husband Bobby Dale; numerous nieces and nephews; great nieces and nephews; and a host of family and friends that will miss him dearly.

 

Peanut is preceded in death by his parents, Gordon “Si” Barrett and Renny Clotte Barrett; brother in law, Leonard Hughes; and nephew, Rodney Hughes.

 

To send condolences and sign the online guest book you may go to www.taylorfh.net. 

Taylor Funeral Home, Timpson, is in charge of arrangements.


 

Dr. Charles E Tatum

 

 

On Saturday, February 22, 2020, a dedication ceremony will take place at 11:00 AM at Mt Zion of CME Church. Dr. Charles E Tatum died in April of 2019. He requested that a monument be placed at Westview Cemetery in his honor. Dr. Tatum is buried at the Veterans National Cemetery in Houston, Texas. The ceremony will consist of brunch, dedication period and an unveiling of the monument at Westview Cemetery.

 

 

 

Jimmy Earl Watts

 

 

Jimmy Earl Watts transitioned from his earthly life to his heavenly home on February 18, 2020 at the age of 83.


He spent his final moments at home surrounded by his loved ones.  Jim was born on November 21, 1936 in San Augustine, Texas to Otis Dee and Willie Maw Watts.  He spent much of his childhood in San Augustine, and eventually met and married the late Mary Delores Cole Watts.  To this union, 6 children were born.  The couple and their children went on to call Nacogdoches home, and they established roots there.  On December 16, 2018 at the age of 82, he was baptized at Nacogdoches Bible Fellowship, where he held membership.


He is preceded in death by both his parents: Otis “Paw Dee” and Willie Mae “Mama Coonie” Watts; his wife: Mary D. Cole Watts; brothers and sisters: Arthur “Bud” Watts, Willie Ed Watts, Spencer Watts, Otis Watts, James Watts, M.T. “Buddy” Watts, Lou Ethel “Gugga” Sterns, Ever Lee Brooks, and Alice Watts; his son and daughter: Freddy Joe Watts and Rostina Watts Menefee; grandchildren: Sharonda Crockett and Centric Watts; great-grandchildren: TiAsia Watts and Kya Watts; and two “brothers”; A.C. “Pete” Brooks and Billy Pleasant.


He leaves to carry on his legacy: Two sons: Jimmy Dewayne Watts, Sr. and Michael Shane Watts
Five daughters: Castina Watts, LaTina Watts, Felicia Payne, Courtney Dodd, and Lorecia Watts.
Sister-in-law: Emma Jean Watts ,A Special Friend: Ms. Virginia Booth ,Plus a grand host of cousins, nephews, nieces, grand and great-grandchildren, and lifelong friends and loved ones far too many to count.


He made sure he shared his motto with everyone he loved, and he instilled in each of us that “Only The Strong Survive”


Funeral Service
Saturday, February 22, 2020
11:00 am


Nacogdoches Bible Fellowship
2220 East Main-Nacogdoches, TX
Dr. Rod Jones, Eulogist, Rev. John E. Davis, Officiating
Visitations will begin on Friday, February 21, 2020
2:00 p.m. until 5:55 p.m.   Wake will begin on Friday, February 21, 200 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.


Interment


Red Land Cemetery-San Augustine, TX
Services Entrusted to the Professionals of:
Sid Roberts Funeral Home
3535 S.E. Stallings Dr-Nacogdoches, TX 75961
(936) 564-4351


“Where The Family Comes First”
 

Gordon "Peanut" Barrett

 

 

Gordon “Peanut” Barrett, 68, of Garrison, Texas passed away on February 18, 2020 in Tyler, Texas.  Born August 15, 1951, in Garrison, Texas, to the late Gordon “Si” Barrett and Renney Clotte (Frederick) Barrett.  Funeral service will be held on Thursday, February 20, 2020 at 3:30PM at Taylor Funeral Home, Timpson, Texas, with Bishop Neal Cox officiating.  

 

Visitation will be held prior to the service on February 20, 2020 beginning at 2:00 PM at Taylor Funeral Home, Timpson, Texas.

 

To send condolences and sign the online guest book you may go to www.taylorfh.net. 

Taylor Funeral Home, Timpson, is in charge of arrangements.

 


 

Dana (Williams) Judson


Dana (Williams) Judson, of Pflugerville, passed away on Wednesday 12, 2020 from pancreatic cancer. She was born in Center and she graduated as valedictorian of her CHS class of 1972. She worked for Hallmark Cards for 32 years and then worked as an administrative assistant for the University of Texas Nuclear Engineering Teaching Lab until her second retirement in 2018. 66-year-old Dana (Williams) Judson is survived by:

 

Her husband Marty Judson

 

Her children - Farrah Massey and Corey Judson

 

One grandson

 

Her siblings - Carolyn McCauley, Larry & Cathi Williams, Kerri & Walter Shofner, and Gary & Pam Williams

 

The family is planning a celebration of life to be held in the Austin area in the spring. 

 

 

Daniel Jackson

 

Daniel Jackson, 76, of Tenaha, passed away Sunday, February 16, 2020, in Tenaha.


Funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, February 22, 2020, at Watson & Sons Funeral Home in Center.  Interment will follow at Willow Grove Cemetery in Shelby County.  Visitation will be held prior to the service, beginning at noon.


Mr. Jackson was born March 11, 1943, in Panola County, to Paul Jackson and Annie Ruth Stevens Jackson.  He worked as a contractor in the poultry industry for many years.  Mr. Jackson was an avid hunter and also loved gardening and flowers.


He is survived by his sisters, Judith Adams and husband Holly of Tenaha and Sheila Wiggins and husband Charles of Shreveport, Louisiana; brother, James “Jimmy” Jackson of Tenaha; sisters-in-law, Carolyn Jackson of Joaquin and Sylvia Jackson of Tenaha; special friends, Mildred Stewart of Mt. Ida, Arkansas and Sandra Ratliff and son Zack of Cullen, Louisiana; numerous nieces and nephews; and a host of friends.


He is preceded in death by his wife, Billie Jackson; parents, Paul Jackson and Annie Ruth Stevens Jackson; and brothers, Paul Jackson Jr. and Raymond Jackson.


Pallbearers will be Randy Jackson, Kevin Blackmon, Eric Williams, Jonathon Eubank, Raymond Jackson, Jaxson Eubank, and Shane Jackson.


Online condolences & tributes can be sent at www.watsonandsonsfuneralhome.com
 

James Verlon Luman

 

 

James Verlon Luman, 87, of Center, passed away Monday, February 17, 2020, in Nacogdoches.
Visitation will be held from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, February 18, 2020, at Watson & Sons Funeral Home in Center.  Graveside service will be held at 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, February 19, 2020, at Mt. Herman Cemetery in Center with Bro. Ted Jacks officiating. 


Mr. Luman was born August 8, 1932, in San Augustine County, to John Selmer Luman and Eunice Anderson Luman.  He served in the United States Army.  Mr. Luman loved animals, farming, working in the timber industry, and fishing. He was of the Baptist faith.


He is survived by his children, Janie Andress and husband Mike, Corine Correa and husband Jeff, Tracy Windham and husband Max, Tammie Luman and David Davis, and Robert Luman; special grandson, Scott Brandon Luman; four other grandchildren; and one great grandson.


He is preceded in death by his wife, Jeanette Peace Luman; sons, James E. and Wayne Luman; parents, John Selmer Luman and Eunice Anderson Luman; and four sisters.


In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to Mt. Herman Cemetery Fund, 670 CR 1190, Center, Texas 75935.


Online condolences & tributes can be sent at www.watsonandsonsfuneralhome.com
 

David Harold Bain

 

 

David Harold Bain, 93, of Center, Texas passed away on February 15, 2020 in Center, Texas.  He was born September 1, 1926, in Slaton, Texas, to Melvin H. Bain Sr. and Ruby (Hoffman) Bain.  Funeral services will be held at 11:00 AM Tuesday, on February 18, 2020 at First Baptist Church in Center, Texas.  Visitation will be held from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM on Monday, February 17, 2020 at Mangum Funeral Home. A graveside service will be held at 11:00 AM on Wednesday, February 19, 2020 at Shillersville Cemetery in Victoria, Texas. 

 

David grew up in Teague and Mexia, Texas. As an adult, he acquired his GED and during the war, he worked on planes in Corpus Christi and Aloe Field in Victoria, Texas. David also worked for many years in the Texas oil field as well as a security guard at Alcoa Aluminum in Point Comfort, Texas. As a young man, he married Ramona Garrett and the two shared a lovely life together until her passing in 1993. They had two children, Rebecca and David Harold, Jr. Later in 1995, he married Dorothy Baugh. They were happily married for more than 24 years. 

 

David was an avid outdoorsman who loved fishing, camping, and boating. An adventurous man, he enjoyed traveling whenever he could. The highlight of his life was spending time with his grandchildren. David was well known for his fierce eagerness to be a grown man. He was a man’s man. He was proud of the years he worked with the Baptist Church Builders, and in later years, he served by assuring elderly had access to their homes and had all necessary safety features. David was a man eager to serve others in need. He was a member of First Baptist Church in Center and treasured his fellowship with the FL Moffett Sunday School Class. 

 

He is survived by his wife of more than 20 years, Dorothy Ballard Bain; daughter, Rebecca Vergiels and husband, Victor; son, David Bain, Jr. and wife, Marsha; sister, Mary Wendland of San Marcos, Texas. He is also survived by three grandsons, Steven Mooney and wife, Jo, John Mooney and wife Xiao and Mathew Bain and wife, Grace; one granddaughter, Britney Bain Brockwell; three great-grandsons, Logan Mooney, Christopher and Jonathan Brockwell; and one great-granddaughter, Emily Bain; many nieces, nephews, other family and friends.

He is preceded in death by his first wife, Ramona Garrett Bain; parents, Melvin H. Bain and Rubye Hoffman Bain; sisters, Nyline Ward, Joanna Pye and Peggy Woods; and one brother, Melvin H. Bain, Jr. 

 

Pallbearers will be Steven Mooney, John Mooney, Matthew Bain, David Andrusick, Terry Caudle and Emmett Harvey.

 

Honorary Pallbearers will be the members of the FL Moffett Sunday School Class, Rogers Yarborough, David Bain, Victor Vergiels and Billy Ballard. 

 

In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial donations be made to the Nehemiah Fund at First Baptist Church in Center. 

 

To send condolences or to sign an online register, please visit www.mangumfh.net.

Mangum Funeral Home, Center, is in charge of arrangements.


 

Wanda Stanley Yorston

 

 

Wanda Stanley Yorston passed away peacefully at home on February 10, 2020. She was born July 4, 1923 in Center Texas. She grew up in Center until her first marriage to Ned Campbell. The couple moved to Texico, New Mexico. After their divorce she met Howard Joseph Yorston. They were married in Clovis, New Mexico on July 5th, 1946. They were married for 67 years until Howard’s death in Houston on August 18th, 2013.

 
Visitation will be held at Mangum Funeral Home Monday, February 17th from 12:00 pm until 1:00pm with services following at 1:00pm at Mangum Funeral Home, 420 San Augustine St, Center, Texas. Interment will follow at Pleasant Grove Cemetery in Shelby County.
Howard and Wanda moved to Fort Leonard Wood, MO while Howard attended school. They then moved to Shreveport, La, followed by Jackson Mississippi. They moved to Houston Texas in 1961 where they remained for the rest of their lives.


After Howard retired from Exxon they traveled extensively for the next few years, making repeated trips to England, Canada and Indonesia.


Wanda is survived by her daughters Sherwyn Sherman, Margaret Cathi Schulze and Stacy Stoker; sister LaRue Spencer; grandchildren; Keith Sherman Jr and Faith Howells and four great grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her husband Howard Joseph Yorston; parents Rudolphus Doff Stanley and Ludie Hendricks Stanley; brothers Rudolphus, Leon and Kenneth Stanley; sisters Evelyn and Oneta.


They family wishes to thank her caregivers Michelle and Lianna, for all of their excellent care and comfort during Wanda’s last days.


To send condolences and sign the online guest book you may go to www.mangum@mangumfh.net. 

 

Mangum Funeral Home, Center, is in charge of arrangements.

 

 

Billy Irvin Harkness

 

 

Billy Irvin Harkness, 73, of Center, passed away Saturday, February 15, 2020, in Nacogdoches.
Graveside service will be held at 2:00 p.m., Monday, February 17, 2020, at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in Center with Justin Harkness officiating.  Visitation will be held prior to the service at Watson & Sons Funeral Home in Center, beginning at noon.


Mr. Harkness was born January 23, 1947, in Center, to Cecil Irvin Harkness and Thelma Inez Nichols.  He worked as truck driver, bought and traded old tractors, and also worked in the timber industry.  


He is survived by his wife, Sandra Jean Harkness of Center; children, Carlton Harkness and wife Pattie of Center, Steven Harkness and wife Maria of Shelbyville, Brian Harkness and wife Becky of Center, and Chronda Wilson and husband John of Bullard; grandchildren, Justin Harkness and wife Stephanie of Center, Sara Hughes and husband Dustin of Nacogdoches, Maggie Harkness and friend Matt Harvey of Center, Katie Williams of Waco, Kassidy Fox and husband Jake of Nacogdoches, Alyssa Harkness of Shelbyville, and Garrett Harkness of Shelbyville; great grandchildren, Cyper Harkness and Cecil Harkness both of Center, Hanson Hughes and Charlsie Hughes both of Nacogdoches; brothers, Wayne Harkness and wife Shirley of Center, Joe Harkness and wife Ricky Kaye of Brady, and Ricky Dale Harkness and wife Carolyn of Center; sisters, Delores Haliburton Bauwens and husband Vince of Waco, Peggy Smith of Center, Linda Waldon and husband William of Waco, and Anitra Harris and husband Terry of Carthage. 


He is preceded in death by his parents, Cecil Irvin Harkness and Thelma Inez Nichols; and father-in-law and mother-in-law, Alvin and Addie Johnson.


Online condolences & tributes can be sent at www.watsonandsonsfuneralhome.com
 

David Harold Bain

 

 

David Harold Bain, 93, of Center, Texas passed away on February 15, 2020 in Center, Texas.  He was born September 1, 1926, in Slaton, Texas, to Melvin H. Bain Sr. and Ruby (Hoffman) Bain.  Funeral services will be held at 11:00 AM Tuesday, on February 18, 2020 at First Baptist Church in Center, Texas.  Visitation will be held from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM on Monday, February 17, 2020 at Mangum Funeral Home. A graveside service will be held at 11:00 AM on Wednesday, February 19, 2020 at Shillersville Cemetery in Victoria, Texas. 

 

David grew up in Teague and Mexia, Texas. As an adult, he acquired his GED and during the war, he worked on planes in Corpus Christi and Aloe Field in Victoria, Texas. David also worked for many years in the Texas oil field as well as a security guard at Alcoa Aluminum in Point Comfort, Texas. As a young man, he married Ramona Garrett and the two shared a lovely life together until her passing in 1993. They had two children, Rebecca and David Harold, Jr. Later in 1996, he married Dorothy Baugh. They were happily married for more than 24 years. 

 

David was an avid outdoorsman who loved fishing, camping, and boating. An adventurous man, he enjoyed traveling whenever he could. The highlight of his life was spending time with his grandchildren. David was well known for his fierce eagerness to be a grown man. He was a man’s man. He was proud of the years he worked with the Baptist Church Builders, and in later years, he served by assuring elderly had access to their homes and had all necessary safety features. David was a man eager to serve others in need. He was a member of First Baptist Church in Center and treasured his fellowship with the FL Moffett Sunday School Class. 

 

He is survived by his wife of more than 20 years, Dorothy Ballard Bain; daughter, Rebecca Vergiels and husband, Victor; son, David Bain, Jr. and wife, Marsha; sister, Mary Wendland of San Marcos, Texas. He is also survived by three grandsons, Steven Mooney and wife, Jo, John Mooney and wife Xiao and Mathew Bain and wife, Grace; one granddaughter, Britney Bain Brockwell; three great-grandsons, Logan Mooney, Christopher and Jonathan Brockwell; and one great-granddaughter, Emily Bain; many nieces, nephews, other family and friends.

 

He is preceded in death by his first wife, Ramona Garrett Bain; parents, Melvin H. Bain and Rubye Hoffman Bain; sisters, Nyline Ward, Joanna Pye and Peggy Woods; and one brother, Melvin H. Bain, Jr. 

 

Pallbearers will be Steven Mooney, John Mooney, Matthew Bain, David Andrusick, Terry Caudle and Emmitt Harvey.

 

Honorary Pallbearers will be the members of the FL Moffett Sunday School Class, Rogers Yarborough, David Bain, Victor Vergiels and Billy Ballard. 

 

In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial donations be made to the Nehemiah Fund at First Baptist Church in Center. 

 

To send condolences or to sign an online register, please visit www.mangumfh.net.

Mangum Funeral Home, Center, is in charge of arrangements.


 

Deputy Donna Richardson-Below

 

 

 

Sheriff Richardson wants to update the public on the planned service times for the funeral of Deputy Donna Richardson-Below. It is with heavy hearts, we will soon lay our sister to rest. We ask that you join us in celebrating her life, and the light of joy she has shown on all of us at the DeSoto Parish Sheriff's Office.

 

Wake Service:
Friday, February 21st. 6pm-9pm
Restoration Apostolic Ministries
175 Fairgrounds Rd. Natchitoches, La 71457

 

Funeral Service:
Saturday, February 22nd. 11:00am
Temple Baptist Church
1515 S. Service Rd. W., Ruston, La 71270

 

Burial Service:
Saturday, February 22nd. Following Funeral.
New Pilgrim Rest Cemetery
Arcadia, La
(Google address is incorrect, please follow procession)

 

Repass Service:
Saturday, February 22nd. Following Burial.


Arcadia Events Center
630 Factory Outlet Dr. Arcadia, La. 71001

 

Jimmy "Jim" Ray Anderson

 

Jimmy “Jim” Ray Anderson, 74, of Tenaha, passed away Sunday, February 9, 2020, in Shelbyville.


Funeral service will be held at 3:00 p.m., Saturday, February 15, 2020, at Watson & Sons Funeral Home in Center with E.B. Adams officiating.  A military honors service will follow under the direction of VFW Post #8904.  Visitation will be held prior to the service, beginning at noon.  Interment will be at Anderson Family Cemetery in Tenaha.


Mr. Anderson was born November 8, 1945, in Houston, to Byron Anderson Jr. and Louis E. Edwards Anderson.  He served in the Texas Army National Guard.  His hobbies included fishing, welding, fabricating, and most of all, spending time with grandkids. Mr. Anderson was a member of First Assembly of Timpson.


He is survived by his children, Michael R. Anderson and wife Sherry of Dayton, Belinda McDonald and Wayne Stokes of Garrison, Betty Basham of Tenaha, Jimmy Anderson and wife Crystal of Silsbee, Lonnie Anderson and wife Amanda of Katy, Troy Anderson of Tenaha, and Bret Anderson of Texarkana; a number of grandchildren and great grandchildren; numerous nieces, nephews, and other relatives; and a host of friends.


He is preceded in death by his wife, Sandy Anderson; grandson, Joe Clyde Smith; parents, Byron Anderson Jr. and Louis E. Edwards Anderson; brother, Clyde Anderson; uncle, Bill and Neil Anderson; and mother-in-law, Opal Dobos.


Pallbearers will be Michael Smith, Steven Anderson, Jimmy Anderson II, Tristen Anderson, Bret Anderson, Kaden Foster, and Ashton Anderson. Honorary pallbearer will be Joe Clyde Smith.
Online condolences & tributes can be sent at www.watsonandsonsfuneralhome.com

 

 

 

 

Mary Ethel Robinson

 

 


Miss Mary Ethel Robinson 66 of Houston passed away on February 2, 2020 at the Pearland Medical.

No wake, services will take place on Saturday, February 15, 2020, at 11 a.m. at the Smyrna Baptist Church in Timpson, Texas.

 

Rev. Vertis Norman will be officiating for her services.

She is survived by:

 

2 Daughters - Quincy Robinson, Charleska Robinson

1 Son - Jerry Chambers II

2 Grandchildren
2 Great-Grandchildren

Mother D.L. Robinson

1 Sister Jacqueline Robinson

2 Brothers Joe Robinson, Starling Robinson

 

 

Anna Patricia Bailey Hooper

 

 

Anna Patricia Bailey Hooper left this life on February 8, 2020 after a lengthy illness at
her home in Waxahachie, with her beloved son and daughter at her bedside.


Patricia was born to Sherrill T. and Elisabeth Moses Bailey on February 25, 1947 in
Shreveport, LA. She graduated from Timpson High School in 1965, where she was
Drum Major of the award-winning Timpson Bear Band. She attended East Texas Baptist
University and Stephen F. Austin State University. Patricia was an accomplished pianist
and served in the Music Ministry of the Timpson First United Methodist Church and The
First Baptist Church of Waxahachie. Her warm, fun-loving personality and ready laugh
made her a delight to her family and her many friends. A life-long animal lover, Patricia
shared her home with a variety of cats and dogs, the number of which was frequently
increased by the adoption of stray or abandoned animals.


Patricia is survived by:
her son, Matthew Bowlin of Waxahachie
her daughter, Brittany Bowlin of Austin
her brother, Tad Bailey of Timpson
her nephews, Tom and Burt Hairgrove, and Ben and Will Bailey
her neice, Sarah Breedlove
her circle of precious friends
She was preceded in death by:
her husband, Thomas M. Hooper
her parents, Sherrill T. and Elisabeth M. Bailey
her sister, Gail Bailey Hairgrove
the father of her children, Jefffery L. Bowlin


Visitation will be from 6 until 8 PM at Wayne Boze Funeral Home, 1826 West Highway
287 Business in Waxahachie, Texas. Funeral services will be held at 10 AM on 
Thursday, February 13, at the First Baptist Church of Waxahachie, located at 450 East
Highway 287, directly in front of the Waxahachie Sports Complex. A graveside service
and interment will be at 3 PM at Woodlawn Cemetery in Timpson, Texas.

 

 

Laura Angela Simmons

 

 

Laura Angela Simmons, 65, of Center, Texas passed away on February 7, 2020 in Tyler, Texas. Born December 11, 1954, in Refugio, Texas, to Thomas Hornburg and Martha (Summerall) Hornburg.  Funeral service will be held on Tuesday, February 11, 2020 at 10:00 AM at Mangum Funeral Home, Center, Texas, with Bro. Harold Dement officiating. Interment will follow in Folsom Chapel Cemetery, Center, Texas.   

 

Visitation will be held Monday February 10th from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM Mangum Funeral Home, Center, Texas.

 

Laura was raised in Refugio Texas. She graduated Refugio High School and attended Texas Tech as a Journalism major.  Laura was a beautiful and gracious lady. Laura married Ralph Simmons on February 4, 1977 and the two spent over 43 years together before her passing.  She was an amazing mother, and devoted wife.  If you knew her, you loved her.  Laura never met a stranger.  Her kindness knew no boundaries.  She loved to travel and her most memorable times were those spent on the beach.  Laura was an excellent cook and serving her family brought her much joy.  Her family and especially her grandchildren were the light of her world.  She loved the Lord, and lived her life accordingly.  She was at peace with her eternal place, now with her Savior.  Laura was a member of Fulsom Chapel Baptist Church.  She was also a member of Shelby County Republican Women.

 

She is survived by her husband, Ralph Simmons of Center, Texas; daughters, Stephanie Simmons Gutermuth and husband, Steven of Timpson, Texas, Heather Stewart and husband, Brent of Nacodgoches, Texas; son, Jacob Simmons and wife Victoria of Lake Jackson, Texas; grandchildren, Colton, Taylor, and Megan Gutermuth, Ashton and Avery Stewart, Eden and Ezra Simmons; sister, Teresa Hornburg; and a host of family and friends that will miss her dearly.

Laura is preceded in death by her parents, Thomas and Martha Hornburg; and daughter, Candace Simmons.

 

In lieu of flowers please make donation to St Jude Childrens Hospital at https://www.stjude.org/donate/donate-to-st-jude.html
 
To send condolences and sign the online guest book you may go to www.mangum@mangumfh.net. 

 

Mangum Funeral Home, Center, is in charge of arrangements.

 


 

Randy Scates

 

 

Randy Scates, of Martinsville, passed away Thursday, February 6, 2020, in Martinsville.
Visitation will be held from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Saturday, February 8, 2020, at Watson & Sons Funeral Home in Center.  Funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m., Sunday, February 9, 2020, at Watson & Sons Chapel with Bro. Michael Brittain.  Masonic service will follow under the direction of Newburn Masonic Lodge #97.  Interment will be held at White Rock Cemetery in Center.


Randy was born October 26, 1962, to James Scates and Betty Lavada Scates.  He had a love for the outdoors.  If you didn’t find him in the log woods, he was most likely in his garden, at the lake, or in a deer stand.  As much as Randy loved these activities, he loved his family even more.  He was always cracking jokes with them or had at least one of his kids with him in the deer stand or in the garden.  He loved his family so much he courageously continued to fight with chronic pain and eventually kidney failure until he was called home to be with the Lord. He was a member of Newburn Masonic Lodge #97.


He is survived by his wife, Tammy Scates of Martinsville; children, Cassidy Scates, Ryan Scates, J.T. Scates, and Michelle Scates; grandchildren, Gavin Burrous and Jailei Davis; sister, Cindy Eubank and husband David of Center; and special bonus brother, David Wilson.
He is preceded in death by his parents, James Scates and Betty Lavada Scates; and his son, Jonathan Burrous.


Pallbearers will be David Wilson, Shane Williams, Steven Fults, Brandon Jordan, Adam Jernigan, and O’Brian Brittain.  Honorary pallbearers will be Billy Akridge and Gerald Messer.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be sent to White Rock Cemetery, 604 CR 1210, Center, Texas 75935.


Online condolences & tributes can be sent at www.watsonandsonsfuneralhome.com
 

Blanch Haley

 

 

Blanch Haley, 97, of Center, Texas passed away on February 5, 2020, in Nacogdoches, Texas.  Born December 17, 1922, in, San Augustine, Texas.  Blanch was the daughter of the late Robert “Bob” Stephenson and Maud (Richards) Stephenson.  Visitation will be held February 7, 2020 at Mangum Funeral Home the visitation will be Friday 5:00 to 7:00. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, February 8, 2020 at 10:00 am at First Baptist Church, Center, Texas with internment following at Oaklawn Memorial Park.

 

Blanche was a member of the First Baptist Church where she loved singing in the church Choir and where she taught preschool Sunday school for over 50 years. She enjoyed singing in the Golden Harvest Choir and being a active member in the Red hat Society. 

 

Blanche is survived by her granddaughter, Haley Beth and husband Caleb Williams; great granddaughters, Casey, Ava and Rowan Williams; sister Faye Elder; sister-in-law: Frances Haley; numerous nieces and nephews and host of family and friends.

 

Blanche is preceded in death by her late husband Denton Haley; daughter Betty Ruth Haley Slatten; son: Denny Haley Jr.; parents, Robert “Bob” Stephenson and Maud Stephenson; sisters: Willie Mae Windham, Lois Walton, Patsy Ann Stephenson, Minnie “V” Lovejoy and Avis Joy “ Dolly” Harris; brothers; Richard Stephenson, Perry Stephenson, Ray Stephenson, B.J. “Shorty” Stephenson, Billy Stephenson, Aaron Stephenson and Carl Stephenson. 

 

To send condolences and sign the online guest book, you may go to www.mangumfh.net.
Mangum Funeral Home, Center, is in charge of arrangements.

 

 

Hanh Thi Nguyen  

 

 

NAME:     Hanh Thi Nguyen             AGE:     84

ADDRESS:      San Augustine, Texas

DATE / PLACE OF DEATH:   Tuesday, February 4, 2020, San Augustine, Texas
                          
DATE / PLACE OF BIRTH:    December 31, 1935, Vietnam

 DATE / TIME OF  SERVICE:   Sunday, February 9, 2020, 3:00 pm

PLACE OF SERVICE:    Wyman Roberts Memorial Chapel 

DATE / TIME OF VISITATION: Sunday, February 9, 2020, 2:00pm - 3:00pm

PLACE OF VISITATION:   Wyman Roberts Funeral Home

OFFICIATING:   Bro. Frank Holrath

PARENTS:   Nguyen Cao & Nguyen Thi Chon
  
                                                                                                                    
OCCUPATION:   Auto-Rebuilt starters

 

SURVIVED BY:  

 

Children: Nguyen Thi Hong Ngoc "Kim" (Nguyen van Bang)
Nguyen Ba Hung (Ta Thi Thanh Hoa)
Nguyen Ba Duy (Pham Thi Nga)
Nguyen Thi Hong Thuy "Sandy" (Nguyen Ngoc Vu)
Nguyen Ba Kha (To Thi Hong Lien)
Nguyen Minh Anh (Nguyen Thi Thanh Tam)
Nguyen Thi Hong Lien "Helen" (Nguyen John)

 

21 Grandchildren; 3 Great-grandchildren


**Preceded in death by husband Nguyen Ba Sy; sons Nguyen van May, Nguyen Ba Duy;

 

daughters

Nguyen Thi Hong Van, Nguyen Thi Gai; granddaughters Nguyen Thi Hong Loan, Nguyen Bao Phuong Anh, Nguyen Thiery

 

 

 Corene (Townsend) Boyd

 

 

NAME:    Corene (Townsend) Boyd              AGE:     80

ADDRESS:      Milam, Texas

DATE / PLACE OF DEATH:   Wednesday, February 5, 2020, San Augustine, Texas
                          
DATE / PLACE OF BIRTH:    September 26, 1939, Pineland, Texas

 DATE / TIME OF  SERVICE:   Saturday, February 8, 2020, 2:00 pm

PLACE OF SERVICE:     Wyman Roberts Memorial Chapel

DATE / TIME OF VISITATION: Saturday, February 8, 2020, 12:00pm – 2:00pm

PLACE OF VISITATION:   Wyman Roberts Funeral Home

BURIAL:  Gravel Hill Cemetery, Sabine County, Texas

FATHER:      Claude Townsend                        MOTHER: Alma (Ward) Townsend Walker

                                                                                                                    
OCCUPATION:   Health Care

 

SURVIVED BY:  

 

Daughters: Abigail Adkins of Milam

Belinda Brady and husband Albert of Gatesville
                               

Sons: Jeff Boyd and wife Rexcine of San Augustine, David Boyd and wife Gia of Milam, John Boyd and wife Karen of Palestine, Brent Boyd and wife Teri of San Augustine


**Preceded in death by husband C. D. Boyd; father Claude Townsend; mother Alma Walker; brothers Roy Townsend, Kenneth Wayne Townsend; granddaughters Candice Chrisman, Amanda Adkins; great-grandson Ethen Boyd

 

 

 
 

Richard Ross Fabian

 

 

Richard Ross Fabian, 50, of Houston, formerly of Center, passed away Friday, January 31, 2020, in Houston.


Visitation will be held from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., Friday, February 7, 2020, at Watson & Sons Funeral Home in Center.  Funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, February 8, 2020, at Watson & Sons Chapel with Rev. Gary Suell officiating.  Interment will follow at White Rock Cemetery in Center.


Mr. Fabian was born January 15, 1970, in Dayton, to Robert Fabian and Dorothy Bridwell Murphy. He loved spending time at the lake fishing, watching wrestling, playing dominoes, and singing karaoke.  


He is survived by his daughters, Hannah Fabian and Alex Fabian; mother, Dorothy Murphy and Junior Carroll; sister, Stacie Stringer and fiancé Jeffery Board; nieces, Crystal Blackmon and husband Justin, Jessica Weathers, Kristen Stringer, and Kimberly Murphy; nephew, Justin Murphy and Savannah; great-niece and nephews, Marley and Max Blackmon, Jackson Paul Murphy, and Kailyn, Vanessa, and Sophia; numerous other nieces, nephews, other relatives; and a host of friends; stepmother, Marina Fabian.


He is preceded in death by his father, Robert Fabian; grandparents, Aaron and Betty Bridwell and Lester and Virginia Ericson.


Online condolences & tributes can be sent at www.watsonandsonsfuneralhome.com
 

Loyce Jimmerson Watson

 

 

Loyce Jimmerson Watson, 95, of Center, passed away Sunday, February 2, 2020, in Nacogdoches.


Visitation will be held from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, February 4, 2020, at Watson & Sons Funeral Home in Center.  Funeral service will be held at 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, February 5, 2020, at Watson & Sons Chapel.  Interment will follow at Oaklawn Memorial Park in Center.
Mrs. Watson was born December 25, 1924, in San Augustine County, to Malcom B. Fountain and Leta Sellers Fountain.  She was a member of Order of The Eastern Star #348 and First Baptist Church in Center.


She is survived by her son, Raymond Jimmerson and wife Ola Bell of Nacogdoches; daughter, Sandy Hudspeth and husband Jesse of Center; stepdaughter, Kathrine Hall and husband Floyd of Brazos; grandchildren, Bryan Jimmerson of Nacogdoches, Robbie and Sheri Hudspeth of Milam, Jessica and Glenn Cordray of Center, Ryan Hudspeth of Center, Starla and Dale Hall of Center, and Ona Hudspeth of Center; great grandchildren, Kaela and Cory Ward of Midland, Shelby and Nic Wheeler of Center, Erika Cordray of Center, Darby Hudspeth of Center, Taylor Hudspeth of Center, Rylee Hudspeth of Center, Cale Hall of Center, Camden Cordray of Center, Sayre Hall of Center; step grandchildren, Jenna and Shane Matthews of Milam; 8 great great grandchildren; sister, Merle Youngblood of Dallas; numerous nieces and nephews; special friend, Tristan Deckard of Nacogdoches.


She is preceded in death by her husband, D.I. “Jim” Jimmerson; husband, Clyde Watson; parents, Malcom B. Fountain and Leta Sellers Fountain; brother, Alton Fountain; sister, Audrey Allen; grandson Bradley Jimmerson; granddaughter, Rhonda Hudspeth; and stepsons, Tommy Joe Watson and Gene Watson.


Pallbearers will be Robbie Hudspeth, Ryan Hudspeth, Taylor Hudspeth, Bryan Jimmerson, Glenn Cordray, and Dale Hall.  Honorary pallbearers will be Mrs. Watson’s great grandsons.
Online condolences & tributes can be sent at www.watsonandsonsfuneralhome.com
 

Bobbie McCoy

 

Mr. Bobbie McCoy, age 94, of San Augustine, Texas.  Mr. McCoy passed away Thursday, January 30, 2020, at Twin Lake Rehab and Care Center in San Augustine, Texas. 
  
Funeral Service

Saturday, February 8, 2020
11:00 a.m.
True Vine Baptist Church
Interment in Gasby New Zion Cemetery in Geneva, Texas
Rev. S. J. Clark, Officiating

 

Visitation

Will be held the day of the Service at True Vine Baptist Church from 9:00 a.m. until service time.

 

Survivors 

1 Daughter             Annie (Robert) Cartwright of Houston, Texas

1 Son                 James Kenny Singletary of Houston, Texas

1 God-son             Johnny (Earnestine) Bell of Lubbock, Texas 


9 grandchildren         19 great-grandchildren        9 great-great-grandchildren


As well as a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.
 

Shirley Wilkinson  

 

 

NAME:   Shirley Wilkinson              AGE:     77

ADDRESS:   San Augustine, Texas

DATE / PLACE OF DEATH:   Sunday, February 2, 2020, Nacogdoches, Texas 
                          
DATE / PLACE OF BIRTH:    September 25, 1942, San Augustine County, Texas

 DATE / TIME OF  SERVICE:   Wednesday, February 5, 2020, 11:00 am

PLACE OF SERVICE:    Wyman Roberts Memorial Chapel

DATE / TIME OF VISITATION: Tuesday, February 4, 2020, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

PLACE OF VISITATION:   Wyman Roberts Funeral Home

OFFICIATING:   Sheldon Hardy
  
BURIAL:  Attoyac Cemetery

FATHER:   Widdie Quinn                                            MOTHER: Ruth (Smith) Quinn

                                                                                                                    
OCCUPATION:   cashier

SURVIVED BY:  

 

Husband: Kenneth Wilkinson of San Augustine
Daughters: Donnie Thompson of San Augustine
Vickie Amburn Perez of Broaddus
Son: Charles Wayne Amburn and wife Tammy of Missouri
Step-son: David Wilkinson and wife Rita of San Augustine
Step-daughter: Lisa McCoy and husband James of Joaquin
10 Grandchildren; a Host of Great-grandchildren and 1 Great-great-grandchild


**Preceded in death by parents Widdie & Ruth Quinn; daughter Karen Amburn; brother Curtis Quinn; grandsons Kenneth Kody Johnson, Charles Wayne Amburn Jr.
 

Loyce Jimmerson Watson

 

 

Loyce Jimmerson Watson, 95, of Center, passed away Sunday, February 2, 2020, in Nacogdoches.


Visitation will be held from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, February 4, 2020, at Watson & Sons Funeral Home in Center.  Funeral service will be held at 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, February 5, 2020, at Watson & Sons Chapel.  Interment will follow at Oaklawn Memorial Park in Center.
Mrs. Watson was born December 25, 1924, in San Augustine County, to Malcom B. Fountain and Leta Sellers Fountain.  She was a member of Order of The Eastern Star #348 and First Baptist Church in Center.


She is survived by her son, Raymond Jimmerson and wife Ola Bell of Nacogdoches; daughter, Sandy Hudspeth and husband Jesse of Center; stepdaughter, Kathrine Hall and husband Floyd of Brazos; grandchildren, Bryan Jimmerson of Nacogdoches, Robbie and Sheri Hudspeth of Milam, Jessica and Glenn Cordray of Center, Ryan Hudspeth of Center, Starla and Dale Hall of Center; great grandchildren, Kaela and Cory Ward of Midland, Shelby and Nic Wheeler of Center, Erika Cordray of Center, Darby Hudspeth of Center, Taylor Hudspeth of Center, Rylee Hudspeth of Center, Cale Hall of Center, Camden Cordray of Center, Sayre Hall of Center, and Ona Hudspeth of Center; step grandchildren, Jenna and Shane Matthews of Milam; 8 great great grandchildren; sister, Merle Youngblood of Dallas; numerous nieces and nephews; special friend, Tristan Deckard of Nacogdoches.


She is preceded in death by her husband, D.I. “Jim” Jimmerson; husband, Clyde Watson; parents, Malcom B. Fountain and Leta Sellers Fountain; brother, Alton Fountain; sister, Audrey Allen; grandson Bradley Jimmerson; granddaughter, Rhonda Hudspeth.


Pallbearers will be Robbie Hudspeth, Ryan Hudspeth, Taylor Hudspeth, Bryan Jimmerson, Glenn Cordray, and Dale Hall.  Honorary pallbearers will be Mrs. Watson’s great grandsons.
Online condolences & tributes can be sent at www.watsonandsonsfuneralhome.com


 

Miss Dora Grisby

 

 


Miss Dora Grisby 54 of Shelbyville passed away Sunday morning in Nacogdoches at the medical Center in Nacogdoches, Texas.

 

Services will take place on Saturday, Feb. 1, 2020, at 11 a.m. at the Triumph Pentecostal Church in Shelbyville, Texas.

 

Interment will follow at the Bennett Chapel Cemetery in Shelbyville, Texas.

Bishop Zep Swindle will be officiating, for her service.

 

She is survived by a number of cousins and friends, and special Mother Margie Garrett of Shelbyville, Texas.

 

 

Melanie Pike

NAME: Melanie Pike            AGE: 52

 

ADDRESS: San Augustine, Texas

 

DATE / PLACE OF DEATH: Tuesday, January 28, 2020, San Augustine, Texas

                          

DATE / PLACE OF BIRTH: April 2, 1967, Lufkin, Texas

 

DATE / TIME OF  SERVICE: Sunday, February 2, 2020, 2:00 pm ***(NOTE CHANGE 2-2-2020)

 

PLACE OF SERVICE: Wyman Roberts Memorial Chapel

 

DATE / TIME OF VISITATION: Saturday, February 1, 2020, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm   ***(NOTE CHANGE TO SATURDAY)

 

PLACE OF VISITATION: Wyman Roberts Funeral Home

 

OFFICIATING: Bro. Gerald Sowell

  

BURIAL: Antioch Cemetery, San Augustine County, Texas

 

FATHER: Lawrence Ray Pike                       MOTHER: Kay Davis

 

                                                                                                                    

OCCUPATION:   Butcher

 

SURVIVED BY:          Parents: Kay and Carl Davis of Broaddus

                                            Lawrence Ray and Kay Pike of San Augustine

 

                               Daughter: Jesse Abshire of Broaddus

                               Son: Evory Abshire of Broaddus

                               Granddaughter: Parker Odom

                               Brother: Jason Pike and wife Pam of Hardin, Texas

                               Nephews: Tyler & Brady Pike




 

Online Obituary and Condolences Posted at www.wymanrobertsfuneralhome.com

Arrangements under the direction of 

WYMAN ROBERTS FUNERAL HOME

316 W.COLUMBIA     SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS      PHONE #936-275-2311

FAX # 936-275-0034

 

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