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This page is dedicated to those Eagles who have already passed on before us. Any names and obituaries posted here are those that have been noted from a quick scan of the Star Telegram Obituaries Column and/or by word of mouth. If you know of any Eagles who have passed away recently, let us know so we can post their name here.

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Mary Katherine "Kakie" Ross Clayton '50

FORT WORTH - Mary K. "Kakie" Clayton, 87, passed away peacefully Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2020.

Visitation: Sunday, Feb. 16, 2020 from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm in the Greenwood Chapel, 3100 White Settlement Road, Ft. Worth, TX 76107.

Funeral: Monday, Feb 17, 2020 at 11:30 am in the Greenwood Chapel with interment to follow in the Greenwood Mausoleum.

Kakie was married in 1956 to James R. Clayton who passed away in April 2001. She ended her working career at Bell Helicopter. She was an avid sports fan and was passionate about the Dallas Cowboys and Texas Rangers.

Kakie was preceded in death by her husband; and sisters, Guinn Lupton and Patsy Kavanaugh.

Survivors: Children, Rodney Clayton and wife, Sue and Sheila Henderson and husband, Robert; nine grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; five nieces; and numerous other relatives and friends.

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Jim Riscky '60

FORT WORTH - Jim Riscky was born on March 28, 1942, in Fort Worth, Texas and passed from this life on Feb. 9, 2020, with his wife, Norma, by his side.

Memorials: In lieu of flowers, make donations to Punching Out Parkinsons @ 6613 Camp Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth, Texas 76116, 817-731-4665.

Jim was the son of Pete and June Riscky and the grandson of Joe and Mary Riscky, who founded the original Riscky's Grocery and Market in 1927.

Jim started working in the family business in 1954, working alongside his father and grandfather as a "Bottle Boy". He moved the empty soft drink bottles that customers returned to the store in cases in the back so the soft drink company could reuse them. Jim often joked "it was our version of recycling". Jim grew up in the supermarket learning to do all the tasks necessary to keep it successful, eventually becoming a butcher as his father and grandfather had been.
In the late 1970's, Jim built the first wood fired steel pit, the same pits used to serve all of Riscky's barbeque today. Jim became a self described "workaholic", working at the grocery and barbeque business Monday through Saturday and cutting wood to sell on Sundays.

In 1982, Jim married the love of his life, Norma. Soon after, they started the transfomation of Pete Riscky's Grocery into the Riscky's barbeque restaurants as it exists today. Riscky Barbeque is today a Texas legend! Still family operated, with a 92 year history and over 400 employees.

Jim played a key role in development of both the Sundance Square location and the Fort Worth Stockyards location. He opened restaurants in both these locations early in the development and they are still operating today. The Riscky's Sundance Square is the oldest continuous restaurant in the area. The Riscky's Steakhouse location is the oldest restaurant in Fort Worth, something which made Jim very proud. Although Jim was usually thinking of business, he loved to fish and be on the water. He could often be found trying to outsmart the fish in the waters of Port Aransas or below his beloved home on Eagle Mountain Lake. He was a Scottish Rite Mason.

Survivors: Wife, Norma Riscky; children, Jay Riscky and Deirdre, Allison Jones and Casey, Joe Riscky and Kourtney, Stacy Sullivan and Eddie; grandchildren, Pete Riscky, Maddie Riscky, Garett Jones, Grace Jones, Hayden Riscky, Hudson Riscky, Natalie Reed, Stacy R. Sullivan, Gabrielle Sullivan; and sister, Patty and spouse, Butch Harrington.

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Billy Calder (Teacher & Coach)

Billy Calder FORT WORTH--Billy Calder of Fort Worth went to be with his Lord and Savior on Thursday, Jan. 30, 2020.

MEMORIAL SERVICE: 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 8, 2020, at University Baptist Church, 2720 Wabash Ave., Fort Worth, Texas, 76109.

Visitation reception to be held immediately after the service.

MEMORIALS: In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to University Baptist Church's Youth Ministry.

Bill was born Nov. 3, 1947, in Gilmer, Texas. He was the son of Que Calder and his adoptive father, John Calder, and brother to his sister, Que Rust. Growing up, he excelled in many things, but nothing more than football. He was a proud member of the Paschal High School and Baylor University teams. In 1968 he married the love of his life, Jill Shackelford, and was a devoted husband to her for 51 years.

Bill and Jill were blessed with two sons, John and Mike. Some of his fondest memories were of spending time outdoors with his friends and sons. Bill spent his career as a teacher, coach, and administrator in the Fort Worth Independent School District, at Amon Carter-Riverside, Southwest and Western Hills High schools. He helped found Applied Learning in Fort Worth and as a model of instruction all over the country. Bill was a longtime member of University Baptist Church where he served on many committees and worked with the youth. He will be remembered as a man who gave his all to his Lord, his family, and the children of his community. The family would like to sincerely thank all of the doctors, nurses, and health care workers that took such genuine care of Billy during the last years of his life; and all of the friends that supported him through visits, food, and prayers.

Bill was preceded in death by his father, John Calder; mother, Que Calder; in-laws, Toby and Bee Shackelford; brother-in-law, Tommy Rust; granddaughters, Hope and Faith Calder; and many other close family and friends.

SURVIVORS: Wife, Jill Calder; sons, John Calder and his wife, Carole, and Mike Calder and his wife, Lori; sister, Que Rust; nephews, Chris and Adam Rust; sister-in-law, Kathy Shackelford; and grandchildren, Bryce, Ethan, Kate, Gracie Beth, and Toby.

Published in Star-Telegram on Feb. 2, 2020


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Glenda Sue Tanner Gibson '63

FORT WORTH - Glenda Sue Tanner Gibson, 75, passed away peacefully on Monday, Jan. 20, 2020, in Fort Worth.

Memorials: In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial donations in Glenda's name to the SPCA of Texas at 2400 Lone Star Dr., Dallas, Texas 75212 or to honor her lifelong love for animals.

Glenda was born Jan. 17, 1945 in San Antonio, Texas and raised in Fort Worth by her parents, Dorothy and Elbert Leo Tanner Sr., where she graduated from Carter-Riverside High School in 1963. She earned her bachelor's degree in education and master's in early childhood education from Texas Wesleyan University. Glenda was a natural teacher, following in the footsteps of her mother, and had a true passion for helping "her kids" get their best start in life. For more than 35 years, Glenda taught ESL Pre-K, kindergarten and first grade in the Fort Worth Independent School District.

Glenda was extremely active in her community as a member of the Texas Retired Teachers Association, past president of the Fort Worth Retired School Employees Association, member of Kappa Kappa Iota, past president for the Galaxy Club of the Woman's Club of Fort Worth, past president of the Cowtown Optimist Club, an active member within the Carter Riverside Neighborhood Association and a Citizen on Patrol.

Glenda also volunteered for the Fort Worth Convention and Visitors Bureau in the city's welcome center where she greeted guests from around the world as an ambassador for her beloved Cowtown. Glenda never met a stranger and her warmth and infections laugh were enjoyed by all those she had the chance to talk with.

Glenda is preceded in death by her parents; and is remembered with love by her sons, Michael Gibson of Richardson, Texas and Phillip Gibson of Fort Worth; former daughter-in-law, Rebecca Torres of Dallas; former husband, Robert Gibson of McRae, Georgia; brother, Elbert Leo Tanner Jr. of Sherman, Texas; alongside many dear family and friends

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Larry Joe Sinclair '57

Larry Joe Sinclair CHRISTOVAL--Larry Joe Sinclair of Christoval, Texas, formerly Fairfield, Texas, and Fort Worth, Texas, passed away Saturday, Jan. 4, 2020, at the age of 80.

MEMORIAL AND CELEBRATION OF LIFE: 1 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 8, at Glen Meadows Baptist Church in San Angelo, Texas, followed by burial at 4:30 p.m. in the cemetery in May, Texas.

Visitation with the family: 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 7, at Harper Funeral Home, San Angelo, Texas. Family and friends may send online condolences at

Larry was born Jan. 8, 1939, in Fort Worth to B.E. "Butch" and Devita Sinclair. Larry is survived by Freida, his loving wife of 61 years; children, Tony and Pam Sinclair, Debra and Randy Fair, Kimbell and Debbie Sinclair, Jodi and Leslee Allen; 13 grandchildren (11 of whom are married); 25 great-grandchildren; his brother, Terry and Mona Sinclair; sister, Sherri Hall; sister-in-law, Virginia and Dan King; and a multitude of nieces, nephews, brothers and sisters in the Lord.

Larry, along with his wife, Freida, are dearly loved and faithful evangelists who for six decades proclaim the Gospel of their Lord to untold thousands of people in a multitude of churches around the country through singing, chalk artistry, and preaching. At present time, they faithfully love and serve at the Christoval Baptist Church where they are members.

Published in Star-Telegram on Jan. 6, 2020

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Guy Lindsay Cummings Jr. '41

Guy Lindsay Cummings Jr. NORTH RICHLAND HILLS--Guy Lindsay Cummings Jr. was born May 19, 1923, in Muskogee, Okla., and passed away Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2020.

FUNERAL: 11:30 a.m. Monday, Jan. 13, Mount Olivet Chapel. Interment following in Mount Olivet Cemetery.

Visitation: 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday at Mount Olivet.

Guy's family moved to Texas in 1933. He was a hard worker from a young age and liked to tell his grandkids that he was a "soda jerk" at the Scott Drug Store at 6 Points, and the best menswear salesman at Monnigs. He went on to graduate from Carter-Riverside High School and attended North Texas Agriculture College (UTA). He then joined the Army/Air Force and flew B-17's with the 5th Airborne. After leaving the service, Guy attended TCU where he earned a degree in business management. He then worked for his father-in-law at the Jones Lumber Company and later joined the Jones family business and became president of the Haltom City State Bank in 1956. During this time, Guy also developed ranch land in the area and built many of the houses still standing in North Richland Hills. He also formed Diamond Oaks, Inc. and purchased the Diamond Oaks Country Club where he was a major stockholder until it was sold in 1988. Guy was a proud 50-year Mason, Shriner, and Jester

SURVIVORS: Guy is survived by his loving wife, Phyllis, whom he called "Darlin" almost everyday of their lives together; his brother, Charles Cummings (Barbara); sister, Ruth Dingler; sons, Mark Cummings (Maria); Kirk Brown (Amy); daughter, Michelle Reese (Gary); his beloved grandchildren, Toby, Taylor, Lindsay and Payton; great-granddaughter, Natalie; and several loving nieces and nephews.

Published in Star-Telegram on Jan. 12, 2020

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Judy Lou Copeland Stewart '61

Judy Stewart FORT WORTH--Judy Stewart peacefully transitioned to her Heavenly mansion over the hilltop on Friday, Jan. 3, 2020, from her home, surrounded by her loving husband, three daughters, and all of her grandchildren, at the age of 76.

SERVICE: Please join us for a service of celebration, thanksgiving, and praise at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2020, at Shady Grove Baptist Church, 6649 Precinct Line Road, North Richland Hills, Texas, 76182. Interment follows in Mount Olivet Cemetery, 2301 N. Sylvania Ave., Fort Worth, Texas, 76111.

Visitation: The family welcomes friends and loved ones to visitation from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 6, 2020, at Lucas Funeral Home, 1321 Precinct Line Road, Hurst, Texas, 76053.

An adored, cherished, and beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, Judy was born July 2, 1943, in Fort Worth, Texas, to the late H.R. and Dorothy Copeland. A lifelong resident of Tarrant County, Judy graduated from Carter-Riverside High School before attending Texas Christian University. On Nov. 17, 1962, Judy married the "love of her life," Dewayne Stewart, her husband of 57 years. Her aunt, Ruth Keith, who was like a big sister to her, predeceased Judy in death.

SURVIVORS: She leaves behind to cherish her life, memory, and love her admiring family, including husband, Dewayne Stewart of North Richland Hills; daughter, DeAnn Hubbard and her husband, Greg, of Stephenville; daughter, Stephanie Caskey Tynes and her husband, Randy, of Keller; daughter, Shannon Brown and her husband, Clay Brown, of Colleyville; grandchildren, Atalie Wolford of Houston, Emily Harmon of Stephenville, Stewart Caskey of Keller, Connor Caskey of Keller, and Cleighton Brown of Colleyville; great-grandchildren, Grant and James Wolford and Brock Harmon.

Published in Star-Telegram on Jan. 5, 2020

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Willie Dee Maxwell '54

Willie Dee Maxwell BURLESON--Willie Dee Maxwell, 83, passed away Thursday, Dec. 5, 2019, at home surrounded by his family.

MEMORIAL SERVICE: 2 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2019, at Mountain Valley Funeral Home in Joshua, Texas.

MEMORIALS: In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the charity of your choice.

Willie loved being a husband, father, and grandfather. He took pride coaching football and baseball for 37 years at Fort Worth Eastern Hills High School, Texas Christian University, and Arlington Lamar High School.

Willie was preceded in death by his parents and sister, Olene Fuller.

SURVIVORS: He is survived by his wife, Barbara Dollins Maxwell of Burleson; daughters, Kim Wimberley and husband, Rodney, and Karyn Grimes and husband, Eddie; grandchildren, Will Grimes and wife, Emilia, Sarah Harwell and husband, Justin, Drew Grimes, Maxwell Wimberley, Luke Grimes; and brother-in-law, Odie Dollins; and numerous nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.

Published in Star-Telegram on Dec. 10, 2019

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Danel A. Gillard '43

Danel A. Gillard RICHLAND HILLS--Danel A. Gillard, 94, died peacefully Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019, at his home.

CELEBRATION OF LIFE: 3:30 p.m. Friday in Greenwood Chapel.

Interment: Greenwood Memorial Park.

Visitation: 2 p.m. Friday, prior to the service.

MEMORIALS: May be made to City Point United Methodist Church, 7301 Glenview Drive, North Richland Hills, TX 76180; Salvation Army, P.O. Box 50788, Fort Worth, TX; or a charity of choice.

Danel was born Dec. 8, 1924, to Samuel B. and Lillian Patterson Gillard in Longview, Texas. He graduated from Carter-Riverside High School and attended North Texas University, but his passion to learn led him on many paths. He and his wife, Doris, were blessed with two daughters, Dayna Burton and Denise Overby (Larry); seven granddaughters; 12 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild. Danel was preceded in death by his parents; sister; and granddaughter, Rachel.

SURVIVORS: Wife of 71 years, Doris; daughters, Dayna and Denise (Larry); six granddaughters; 12 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; and many friends.

Published in Star-Telegram on Dec. 4, 2019

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John David Wylie '69

John David Wylie, 65, died on November 24, 2016, with his family by his side in The Woodlands, Texas.
John was born on July 6, 1951 in Gainesville, Texas to Harry and Francis Wylie.

John was retired from Champion where he worked for many years as a Procurement Manager.
He was a loving father and grandfather and an avid outdoorsman. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and backpacking through our National Parks.

He is survived by his daughter Robyn Aston of New Braunfels, Texas; brothers Robert and wife Joan Wylie of Weatherford and Stephen and Bobbie of Kopperl; grandson Jessie McCall of Hutto; and granddaughter Olivia Aston of Rockwall.
A memorial service will be held at 2:00 PM on Tuesday, November 29, 2016 in the chapel at Sam Houston Memorial Funeral Home in Huntsville, Texas.

Full obituary may be viewed and memorial condolences made to the family at

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James "Jim" Harold Brogan (Teacher)

James "Jim" Harold Brogan HURST -- James "Jim" Harold Brogan, 86, passed away November 14, 2019 in Carrollton, Texas.

MEMORIALS: In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in his name to the Chromosome 18 Research & Registry Foundation.

He was born on September 18, 1933 in Waco, Texas to Hiram H. Brogan and Sara O. Cude. He spent his childhood in Waco, near the Baylor University Campus and in Temple, Texas before the family settled in Fort Worth. He graduated from Diamond Hill High School in 1952. He served in the Army during the Korean War Era, where he was an instructor in anti-aircraft artillery in Wiesbaden, Germany. After completing his military service, he returned to Fort Worth, enrolled at Texas Wesleyan University, and began working for ADT Security.

Jim graduated from Texas Wesleyan University with a Bachelor of Science degree in 1958. He continued to work for ADT full time for the next 40 years, even during his career as an educator in the Fort Worth ISD. He taught Science at Forest Oak Junior High, where he met a student teacher who would be the love of his life, Teddie Blanton.

Jim graduated from North Texas State College in with a Master of Education Degree in 1967. He finished his career in FWISD as a guidance counselor at O.D. Wyatt High School, Riverside High School, and Riverside Middle School. He retired from the school district in 1998 with 40 years of service.

Jim and Teddie were married August 27, 1963 at St. George's Episcopal Church in Texas City. They built a home in Hurst and raised a family of three children. Jim continued to live in this home for more than 50 years. Jim was a man of many interests and hobbies. He was self-made handyman and renovated almost every aspect of the home. In retirement he built a backyard workshop from which he delighted in making projects for his wife, children, and grandchildren. He was an active member of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Fort Worth where he served many years as a Sunday School teacher. He later was a faithful member of Christ Church Carrollton. He loved reading, especially mystery novels and history books. He never drank coffee but made up for it with his unending love of hot tea. In his last years his body failed him, but he never lost the sweet disposition that defined him. He was preceded in death by his parents and his beloved wife, Teddie.

SURVIVORS: His children, Colleen Brogan-Haan (Scott), Heather Brogan-Myers (David), and Sean Brogan (Kara); 11 grandchildren, Elisabeth, Erik, and Ethan Haan; Andrew, Rebecca, and Luke Myers, Ashley, Katie, Lily, Beckett, and Max Brogan.

Published in Star-Telegram on Nov. 22, 2019

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Ruby L. Smith Dillon '44

Ruby L. Dillon RICHLAND HILLS -- Ruby L. Smith Dillon, 92, was joyfully received into the arms of her Savior Jesus Christ on the afternoon of Nov. 18, 2019.

FUNERAL: 11:30 a.m. Saturday in Mount Olivet Chapel.  

Interment: Mount Olivet Cemetery.  

Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at Mount Olivet.  

MEMORIALS: The family asks that in lieu of flowers please make a donation to Cook Children's Bomar Library, Cook Children's H/O Clinic, Camp Sanguinity, Ronald McDonald House and Alzheimer's Association. 

Ruby was born in Fort Worth April 24, 1927, to the late Edgar and Jewel Smith. She was raised in Riverside and was a 1944 graduate of Amon Carter Riverside High School before attending Texas Wesleyan University for two years. She met James J. Dillon through his sister when he came back from the war. They married Sept. 27, 1947 at the Riverside Methodist Church where they were both members. Through thick and thin and 68 years their marriage produced four children, five "Grands", and 7 1/2 "Great-Grands", before his passing in 2015. After her children were grown and nest empty is where her accomplishments began.  

To fill her time she started in mid 1970's volunteering at W. I. Cook Children's Hospital, now known as Cook Children's Medical Center. She joined the Woman's Auxiliary in 1976. Everywhere she was needed, helping with the toy cart or helping with eye exams she was there. Her heart and call to service was with the cancer kids. When she became President of the Woman's Auxiliary she and Dr. Thomas Miale started a summer camp for cancer patients in Hood County, known as Camp Sanguinity, that is still going strong to this day. She looked forward to camp every year just as much as the kids did. At 16,000 volunteer hours of service at Cook's in the 1980's she was awarded the "Service in Mankind Award" by the Sertoma Club and was the first recipient of the 20,000 hour Golden Heart pin. She helped coordinate and establish the Bomar Library when the current hospital opened in the mid 1990's. Between her time volunteering at the Ronald McDonald House and Cooks, she began in 1988 volunteering at Richland Hills City Hall. During her tenure, she was a coordinator and member of Keep Richland Hills Beautiful, founding member of the non profit NEET (Northeast Environmental Team) 1993, committee member and coordinator of Enviro-Camp for kids established 1995, member of the team that designed and raised funds for the outdoor learning center on Birdville ISD property.  

Ruby was never one to list her accomplishments saying "If they know me they know what I did and it doesn't need to be listed in the paper". But, we are so very proud of her accomplishments so we will. * September 1996 - Gertrude Tarpley Woman of the Year *1997 - Keep Texas Beautiful OP Schnabel Senior Citizen Award *1997 - The National Daughters of the American Revolution Excellence in Community Award * May 2008 - Certificate of Recognition for 56,000 hours of volunteer service to the City of Richland Hills * June 2008 - TCEA Texas Environmental Excellence Award * May 2009 and April 2014 - Hometown Hero by the Texas House of Representatives and Texas Senate, among too many others to list. * The Ruby Dillon Environmental Leadership Award Scholarship has been awarded since 1997 in her honor. Ruby, in her downtime, enjoyed gardening spending many hours in her yard with her flowers and rose bushes. She even completed courses to become a Master Gardener in 1997 at the age of 70. Her family kept her on her toes and kept her grounded at the same time. She will be missed IMMENSELY by those that loved her, knew her and worked by her side.  

Ruby is preceded in death by her husband, James Dillon; infant daughter, Donna Elizabeth Dillon; daughter, Margaret Ann Dillon-McBride; and son, James David Dillon. 

SURVIVORS: Surviving loved ones are sister, Jean Billman; son, Jon J.Dillon and wife, Nancy; daughter-in-love, Renee Dillon; grands, April Palmgren and husband, Eric, Erica Dillon, Dee Dillon, Tyler Dillon and wife, Kayla, Nick Dillon; great-grands, Aaron Branham, Brayden Walden, Elijah Palmgren, Sarah Palmgren, Clay Walden, Zoey Kramer, Colson Dillon and Baby Boy Dillon that is due 2020; niece, Jeanette Diffendafer; nephews, Joe and Bill Billman; and extended family that loved and cherished her so much. 

Published in Star-Telegram on Nov. 21, 2019 

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Larry Miller '54

Larry Miller BEDFORD--Larry Miller, 83, a loving husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother and friend who will be missed by all, passed away Friday, Nov. 15, 2019.

FUNERAL: 11:30 a.m. Wednesday in Mount Olivet Chapel.

Interment: Mount Olivet Cemetery. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Mount Olivet. Larry was born Oct. 9, 1936, in Fort Worth to the late Nellie and Edward Miller. He was a graduate of North Side High School and attended Carter Riverside and TCU. He worked in sales at General Industrial Corporation winning numerous sales awards. After his career, he became a partner in All American Truck Sleeper, which in later years became AA Truck Sleeper. He retired in 2008. Larry enjoyed being with his family and friends. One of his greatest joys was spending time with his grandchildren. In his retirement, he enjoyed world traveling, fishing and many other hobbies. He never met a stranger. Larry's generosity and kindness touched many lives. All that knew him were blessed by his love for life.

 SURVIVORS: His wife, Poky Miller; daughter, Vicki Miller Booth, husband, Charles; son, Rickey Glen Miller, wife, Ann; daughters, Vicki Kovar, husband, Dennis, Cynthia Bishop, husband, Terry, and Beth Winkler, fiance, Ed; grandchildren, Bridget, Byron, Nellie, Brandon, Meagan, Bucky, Emily, T.J., Beth, Bryan and JoJo; 16 great-grandchildren; brother, Jerry Miller; and numerous other relatives.

Published in Star-Telegram on Nov. 17, 2019

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DeLois Johnson Crawford '75

DeLois Johnson Crawford NORTH RICHLAND HILLS--DeLois Johnson Crawford, Nov. 13, 1956, passed Friday, Nov. 8, 2019.

FUNERAL: 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at Mount Olivet Chapel.

Interment: Wednesday at Mount Olivet Cemetery.

Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Mount Olivet.

De was proceeded in death by her beloved husband, Paul Crawford; parents; two brothers; and a sister.

SURVIVORS: Children, Michele Patrick, Kris Patrick (Angela), John Crawford (Kerry), and Jason Crawford (Tamela); nine grandchildren; brother, Larry Brown (Barbara); sister, Jeanice Gaither (Tom); a multitude of nieces and nephews; and more friends than she could count.

Published in Star-Telegram on Nov. 11, 2019

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Martha Grace Hollis '74

Martha Grace Hollis passed away on November 5, 2019 at the age of 63.
A woman of great faith, she was known for her love of family and friends as well as a life in volunteerism. Martha was known and loved in many communities across the area. Her long list of activities and involvements included: Bass Hall, Harris Methodist Fort Worth and HEB, many mission trips around the world, Mission Central's Mobile Food Pantry, United Methodist Women, Stephens Ministries, Order of the Rainbow/Eastern Star, UMCOR ERT Team, Special Olympics, Room at the Inn, Feast of Sharing, Alpha Xi Delta, and Altrusa Club. Through the years she was a member of Riverside Methodist Church, FUMC Hurst, FUMC Fort Worth and kept close ties to members and activities of all churches she attended. Martha was a graduate of Carter-Riverside High School and Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth. She worked for over 35 years as an accountant for the General Services Administration.

Martha is preceded in death by her parents, Jesse Edwin and Gracie Fritts Hollis, and her brother, Jesse Wilson Hollis.

Survivors: Sister, Mima Ann Farris(Tommy Farris), nieces Amy L. Fabela(Stephen Fabela), Susan Nunez(Angel Nunez), Alayne Hollis, and nephew Michael Hollis(Catherine Hollis), and her beloved great nieces and nephews.

 Visitation:  NOV 11. 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (CST) MOUNT OLIVET CHAPEL - Greenwood Funeral Homes and Cremation, Cemetery, Mausoleum, Florist2301 North Sylvania Avenue, Fort Worth, TX, 76111 

Funeral:  NOV 12. 3:00 PM (CST),  First United Methodist Church of Fort Worth  800 W 5th Street  Fort Worth, TX, 76102

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Ruth Ladean Roach Icenhower '47

Ruth Ladean Roach Icenhower FORT WORTH--Ruth Ladean Roach Icenhower died Monday, November 4, 2019, in Fort Worth, Texas. Ladean was born in Anton, Texas, August 5, 1930, the daughter of Edgar Roach and Arvie Roach. She lived in Anton with her parents and brother until 1940, when the family moved to Fort Worth. Ladean graduated from Carter-Riverside High School in 1947, after which she attended North Texas State Teacher's College in Denton. She married in 1951, from which she had four children Rick, Terri, Bryan, and Diane. Ladean moved to Minnesota in 1957, where she completed her education at the Mounds - Midway School of Nursing in St. Paul in 1968, graduating first in her class. For the next 30 years, she worked primarily as a surgical nurse at a variety of hospitals, both in Minnesota and Fort Worth.

Ladean was preceded in death by her parents; husband Charles; her brother, Bobby; her son, Bryan; and her grandson, Nathan. SURVIVORS: She is survived by her children, Rick, Terri (Daryl), and Diane (Mike); stepchildern, Donna, Jimmy (Tammy), and Johnny (Randy); six grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren, all of whom she enjoyed tremendously.

SERVICE: 10 a.m. Monday, November 11, 2019, at Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home, 5725 Colleyville Blvd. Visitation/viewing at 9 a.m.

Published in Star-Telegram on Nov. 9, 2019

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Janice Presley Hughes '66

Janice Presley Hughes, age 70 died Sunday, November 3. Services will be held in Ft. Worth, Texas at a later date. Memorial Park North Riverside Chapel Gainesville.

Published in on Nov. 6, 2019

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Margaret Ann Stevenson Bryant '65

Margaret Stevenson Bryant BENBROOK--Margaret Stevenson Bryant, 72, passed away Saturday, Oct. 26, 2019, after a brief, but very brave battle with cancer.

 CELEBRATION OF LIFE: 1:30 p.m. Thursday in Mount Olivet Chapel. Interment: Mount Olivet Cemetery.

VISITATION: 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Mount Olivet.

Margaret was born in Fort Worth, Texas, on Aug. 20, 1947, to L.W. and Doris Stevenson, who preceded her in death. She was a graduate of Carter-Riverside High School and Texas Christian University. Margaret was a lifelong educator and began her teaching career 50 years ago. She left the classroom for 20 years to raise her family, but spent those years serving as a Cub Scout and Camp Fire leader, a Sunday school teacher, and parent volunteer. As such, she helped pioneer the student computer lab at Bruce Shulkey Elementary. Margaret loved TCU football, Texas Rangers baseball and, above all, she loved her family.

SURVIVORS: Left to cherish her memory, daughter, Marla Bryant; son, Andy Bryant and wife, Reagan; grandchildren, Aubrey Bryant, Emma Bryant, Colton Crawford, and Aubrey Miller; sister, Mary Lynn Holder and husband, Michael; brother, Jim Stevenson and wife, Debbie; extended family members; and many students whose lives she has impacted.

Published in Star-Telegram on Oct. 30, 2019

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Morris Calvin Counts '66

Morris Calvin Counts BEDFORD -- Morris Calvin Counts, age 71, died on October 15, 2019, in Bedford, TX.

SERVICE: A Celebration of Life is scheduled for 3 p.m., Sunday, October 27, 2019, at the Smithfield Masonic Lodge #455 AF & AM, 8103 Main St, North Richland Hills, Texas 76182. Robie Holder will officiate. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Morris' life. At Morris' request, his body was donated to UNT Health Services, Willed Body Program for the advancement of science.

MEMORIALS: In lieu of flowers, donations can be sent to Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children at 2222 Welborn Street, Dallas, Texas 75219. Morris was born on January 29, 1948 in Fort Worth, Texas. He graduated from Amon Carter Riverside High School in 1966. He worked at Lennox Air Conditioning, union construction, and pipeline construction. Morris was a social, active man who was deeply involved in Masonic Lodge, local car clubs, and union activities for the majority of his life. He received the Golden Trowel Award for his 25+ years of service as a Freemason. He is preceded in death by his parents, M.C. and Delphine Counts; his brothers, Wm. David Counts, and Michael P. Counts. His family and friends will always remember him as nice, outgoing, caring, and a friendly person. The family would like to thank Forum Parkway in Bedford for the care Morris received while he was there. You truly made him feel at home.

SURVIVORS: Morris is survived by his sons, Philip (Katie) Counts, of North Richland Hills; Todd (Lori) Counts of Flower Mound, Texas; his grandchildren, Joel Morris, Jocelyn, Jacob and Juliana Counts; and Lindsay and Zoe Busby; and his sisters, Joleta (Garry) Scott of Tecumseh, Kans., and Iris Counts of Longview, Texas.

Published in Star-Telegram on Oct. 26, 2019


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David Wayne Lehew  ‘73

David Wayne Lehew died June 13, 2019 from complications of Alzheimer’s.  There was no funeral.  He is survived

 by two children Michael of Midland, Texas and Melissa of Grand Junction, Colorado.


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Hershel Eugene "Gene" Maxey '72

Hershel Eugene "Gene" Maxey FORT WORTH--Hershel Eugene "Gene" Maxey, 65, passed away Friday, Oct. 4, 2019.

REQUIEM MASS: 10 a.m. Tuesday, St. Timothy Anglican Church, 4201 Mitchell Blvd., Fort Worth, 76119.

Interment: Mount Olivet Cemetery.

Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, Mount Olivet Chapel.

Gene was preceded in death by his father, Hershel Maxey, and stepfather, Jodie Compton.

SURVIVORS: His mother, Iva V. Maxey-Compton; brother, Jim Maxey; and nephew, Aaron Maxey.

Published in Star-Telegram on Oct. 6, 2019

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Fannette Johnston Roach '46

Fannette Roach ARLINGTON -- Fannette Roach, age 91, passed away peacefully in her home on Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2019.

GRAVESIDE: 11 a.m. Saturday in Mount Olivet Chapel.

Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at Mount Olivet.

Fannette was born July 20, 1928, in Grandview, Texas and raised in Fort Worth. Fannette married the love of her life, Richard Roach, April 8, 1950; they were married until her passing. The joy of her life, other than Richard, was her wonderful daughter, Eileen. Fannette loved Jesus and studying God's Word; she enjoyed teaching school, which she did for 34 years. She was a kind and positive person with a knack for making others feel loved. Fannette could be found cheering on the Dallas Cowboys or reading an Agatha Christie book. She pretended to love golf as much as Richard, but her family knew the truth. Fannette is preceded in death by their son, Edward Roach; her son-in-law, Bill Fuller; and her mother, Daisy Sanders.

SURVIVORS: her husband, Richard Roach; her daughter, Eileen Fuller; her grandchildren, Angela (Hans) Kautz and Will (Frances) Fuller; and four great-grandchildren. She will be missed by countless family and friends whom she loved dearly.


Published in Star-Telegram on Oct. 4, 2019

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Judy Darlene Forester '61
FORT WORTH - Judy Darlene Forester, 75, passed away Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2019, in a local hospital.
She was born to the late Hartsell and Dorothy Forester, on Oct. 30, 1943. Judy graduated from TCU and was a lifetime resident of Fort Worth. She was an accountant for many years and was eternally kind, cheerful and gracious, with a kind word for everyone. We rejoice in knowing Judy is healthy and free of pain once again.

Survivors: Host of cousins, aunts, and friends.

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Sharon Yvonne Conley Fields '73

Sharon Y. Fields FORT WORTH--Sharon Y. Fields, 63, passed Sept. 16.

MEMORIAL SERVICE: 2 p.m. Friday, Sept. 27, Church Angels Funeral Home.

Published in Star-Telegram on Sept. 25, 2019

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Donna Ann Arnold Busbee '58

Donna Ann Busbee, 79, died peacefully at home surrounded by family and friends on Sunday, Sept. 29, 2019, in Grapevine.

FUNERAL: 11:30 a.m. Saturday in Greenwood Chapel, with a reception to follow at 2633 Stratford Chase, Grapevine, Texas 76051. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Donna's life.

MEMORIALS: In lieu of flowers, please send donations to American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 22478 Oklahoma City, Okla., 73123.

Donna was born on June 12, 1940, in Okmulgee, Okla., to Toy and Marie Arnold. Soon after, they moved to California where she spent her early years. The next move for the family was to Fort Worth, they put down roots in the Oakhurst area. Donna attended Carter High School and started working for a downtown law firm shortly after school. That's when she met the love of her life James "Jim" Busbee, they were married shortly after her 20th birthday. Soon after, their family started growing welcoming four children over the next five years! Donna initially stayed home with her children but eventually returned to the workforce. First running a busy beauty college in Haltom City, she then took the helm of a string of plumbing and electrical supply houses that were started by her father, Toy. Donna would like to thank the managers and employees for their dedication and loyalty throughout the years, the success achieved would not be possible without them! Donna was an accomplished artist, decorator, gourmet chef and gracious host. She excelled at everything she set her mind to. She was generous with friends and family and cherished being a wife, mother and grandmother. She had a passion for travel and fine dining and jumped at the chance for new adventures. She always dressed to impress, not a diva but always divine! She was preceded in death by husband James; parents, Toy and Marie; and sister, Susie.

SURVIVORS: Son, Jim of Bedford, Texas; daughter, Vicki and son-in-law, Jody of Haslet, Texas; son, Kevin and daughter-in-law, Donna of Colleyville, Texas and son, Anthony and daughter-in-law, Mary of Grapevine, Texas; and nine grandchildren, Jazz, Lauren, Toy, Jacob, Tawni, Mandee, JD, Alyssa and Dakota. The family would like to thank caregivers Amanda, Joni, CiCi and Dr. Steve for their care and comfort. We would also like to thank the unending support of friends, family and neighbors during this difficult time.

Published in Star-Telegram on Oct. 3, 2019

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Frances Tirk Matthews (Teacher)

Frances Catherine Tirk Matthews NORTH RICHLAND HILLS - Frances Catherine Tirk Matthews, 94, passed away Friday, September 13, 2019.

SERVICE: 9:30 a.m. Tuesday in Mount Olivet Chapel.

Graveside: Mount Olivet Cemetery. Frances Tirk Matthews grew up on her family farm in Colleyville. She would go on to teach girls' Physical Education for 25 years at Carter Riverside High School in Fort Worth. However, it was on the family farm that her career in athletics began. Although there were no treadmills, stationary bikes, or workout rooms, there were plenty of cows that needed milking and chores that needed to be done. The outdoors served as Frances and her sister Lydia's workout room.

Frances attended high school in Grapevine where she participated on the girls' teams and her passion for sports flourished. Once, during a championship game against rival Lewisville, she went eleven for eleven from the free throw line to lead her team to victory. She was also a cheerleader who was beloved by her peers and was once voted "Outstanding Student of the Year" by her classmates.

Shortly after graduating from the University of North Texas, Frances met her husband, Buel Matthews, at a dance in the Blackstone Hotel in Fort Worth. They married in 1948 and were together until his passing in 1995. Frances was a passionate supporter of the Dallas Cowboys and Texas Rangers. Frances was what many would call "a character". She was mischievous and loved a good laugh. She will be missed by many.

Frances was predeceased by her husband, Buel Matthews; younger brother, Joseph Tirk; and her older brother, Lieutenant Colonel Anthony Tirk Jr., who was killed in World War II.

SURVIVORS: She is survived by her beloved older sister, Lydia (Tirk) Alholm.

Published in Star-Telegram on Sept. 16, 2019

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Ray Lewis Roberts '51
Ray Lewis Roberts FORT WORTH--Ray Lewis Roberts, 87, passed to heaven on Thursday, Sept. 5, 2019.

FUNERAL: 11 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 12, at North West Church of Christ. Ray was a former teacher, counselor and principal for the FWISD. He touched the hearts and minds of many students with his guiding hand.

SURVIVORS: He leaves behind his loving wife, Wanda Roberts; daughters, Linda Turray and Janet Elmore and son-in-law, Ricky Elmore; three grandchildren; two step grandsons; four great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren.

Published in Star-Telegram on Sept. 11, 2019

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Sherry Jean Halcomb Curry '68

Sherry Jean Curry was born on March 9, 1950 in Fort Worth, Texas to the late Garlin R. and Ruth Virginia (Gibson) Halcomb. She passed away on September 3, 2019 also in Fort Worth, Texas.

She was a graduate of Carter Riverside High School. She retired as a legal secretary for Black, Mann, and Graham Attorneys at Law. She was preceded in death by her parents.

She is survived by her daughter, Shelley Renee Smith and husband, David Hayes of Mansfield , Texas; grandsons, Alex Oldham and Dylan Oldham both of Mansfield, Texas; sister, Karen Wood of Breckenridge, Texas; nephew, Bryan Wood; her best friend, Kathy Houp and husband, William of Hurst; cousin, Brandy Brown of Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Eldridge Lee Miles '52

MILES, Eldridge Lee "The Big E" Eldridge Lee Miles "The Big E" known for his long drives August 7, 1933- August 23, 2019 "You have to GIVE before you can RECEIVE" - Eldridge always said. On August 23, 2019, Eldridge was reunited with his favorite golf foursome of Ben Hogan, E. Grant Fitts, Gary Laughlin and himself on the heavenly golf course. Eldridge was a True Legend. He was a PGA Member for over half a century. He forged close friendships with the likes of Ben Hogan, Byron Nelson, Lee Trevino, Arnold Palmer and Roger Cleveland, founder of Cleveland Golf.

A renowned instructor, Eldridge gave golf lessons/life thoughts to Hank Aaron, Mickey Mantle, Yogi Berra, Roger Staubach, Evel Knievel, Tom Landry, Robert Dedman Sr, Pat Summerall, Ernie Banks, Darrell Royal, Charlie Pride, Lee Roy Jordan, Walt Garrison, Danny Reeves and many others. Along the path of his extraordinary life, Miles rubbed shoulders with Harvey Penick, Pete Dye, Don January, Ben Crenshaw, Tom Kite, Fred Couples and Ray Floyd among many others. He was a seasoned public speaker and shared many fascinating stories.

 Each month for five years, he wrote his personal golf stories for DFW Links, see archives in A career distinction includes: 1967 Elected to membership in the PGA of America, 1961 &1962 Texas Assistant Professional Champion, 1967 & 1968 US Open Contestant, 1970 &1999 National PGA Championship Contestant, 1976 NTPGA Section Champion, 1976 & 1977 NTPGA Metro Chapter Player of the Year, 1978 PGA/Sports Illustrated National Merchandiser of the Years, Private Club Category (Inaugural), 1979 NTPGA Golf Professional of the Year, 1985 & 1987 NTPGA Seniors Champion, 1987 Winner of the Alaskan Senior Open, 1987 Horton Smith Award (Contributions to Golf), 1988 NTPGA Section Merchandiser of the Year-Private Category (Gleneagles CC), 2013 Inducted-Texas Golf Hall of Fame (Trevino, Wadkins, Crenshaw, Kite, January etc) Director of Golf at 3 of the most prestigious private clubs in DFW: Dallas Country Club, opened Bent Tree CC, opened Gleneagles CC. In opening both Bent Tree & Gleneagles,

Miles was responsible for the sale of literally hundreds of golf membership in N. Dallas. The Membership Director at both clubs figured out very quickly that when Miles was included in the tours, they made a sale. Miles enthusiastically participated in many, many prospective member tours. In his spare time, through the golf management company he started, Golf Texas, he was heavily involved in opening Chase Oaks Golf Club (now called The Courses at Watters Creek, which was voted "Best New Public Course in Texas" in 1987. Miles loved to fish and go metal detecting. Eldridge never met a stranger. He was known throughout the country as the most innovative entrepreneur in golf merchandising.

Everyone Miles met he made them feel very special and stayed lifelong friends. He cared so much for all his staff and assistants golf pros, instrumental in getting 40 of his staff Head Pro jobs throughout the US.

Miles came from very humble beginnings; he was born during the Great Depression to homeless parents under a bridge in Ft. Worth Texas to father Eldridge K. Miles and mother Una (Nunn) Miles. When Miles was 5 years old, his family moved into their first home, however, no plumbing, no electricity or running water. He always felt he had a great childhood, felt loved and cared for by his parents.

Eldridge is survived by loving wife of 40 years, Kathy Miles, daughter Melissa Callahan, Plano, TX, estranged son, Rodney Miles, step son Jerry W. Hopkins Jr, Richardson TX, step daughter Allison Hopkins Ph.D, Santa Barbara, CA, grandson, Blake Eldridge Owens, step granddaughter, Parker Kathleen Hopkins and brother Jimmy Miles, Garland, and one sister.

Miles was predeceased by his infant son, Eldridge L. Miles Jr and three sisters.


Published in Dallas Morning News on Sept. 1, 2019


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Hubert Alfred Hunt '60

Hubert Alfred Hunt FORT WORTH--Hubert Hunt, 76, died Monday, Aug. 19, 2019, after an extended illness. He was a lifelong resident of Fort Worth, and he worked as a paint contractor before retiring.

GRAVESIDE SERVICE: 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 21, 2019, in Mount Olivet Cemetery in Fort Worth.

MEMORIALS: In lieu of flowers, please consider donations in Hubert's memory to the Humane Society of North Texas, 1840 E. Lancaster Ave., Fort Worth, TX, 76103 or Meadowbrook UMC, 3900 Meadowbrook Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76103.

Hubert was born in October of 1942 to E.E. and Dessie Hunt in Fort Worth. Hubert graduated from Amon Carter-Riverside High School in 1960. Hubert studied piano at Texas Wesleyan University. He was an accomplished organist and pianist, and a talented vocalist. Faith was important to Hubert. He was baptized at Riverside Methodist Church, was a member of Handley United Methodist Church until it closed in 2018, and, most recently, Meadowbrook United Methodist Church.

As a person with a servant's heart, Hubert was devoted to his family. He cared for his ageing parents until their deaths. He not only cared for his brother, Gene, until his death in 2009, but he volunteered at the group home where Gene lived. Hubert was a passionate dog lover. Caring for and walking his dog brought him joy.

Hubert was predeceased by parents, E.E. and Dessie Hunt of Fort Worth, and brothers, Richard Hunt of Denton and Gene Hunt of Fort Worth.

SURVIVORS: He is survived by his sister, Jeanette Hunt Kinard of Wimberley, Texas; sister-in-law, Joan Hunt of Denton, Texas; nephews and their wives, Randy Hunt and Annetta Ramsay of Denton and Ron and Sarah Hunt of Naples, Fla.; great-nieces, Ashley Hunt and Megan and Mark Etheridge of Charlotte, N.C.; and great-nephews, David Hunt of Atlanta, Ga., Ian and Kadie Hunt of Denton, Texas, and Camden Hunt of Denton, Texas.

Published in Star-Telegram on Sept. 1, 2019

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June Ellen Proctor Shelton '67

HALTOM CITY - June Ellen Shelton, loving, devoted, and selfless wife, mother, and grandmother passed away on August 12, 2019. June Ellen was born in Fort Worth on January 13, 1949 to Cecil and Julia Proctor. She met Gary Shelton at Carter Riverside High School and married him soon after she graduated. They welcomed three daughters into their life: Shawne, Sher, and Skyla. June Ellen was "Nanny" to six grandchildren: Mallory, Marina, Korgin, Kanyon, Kinnason, and Rhett. June Ellen and Gary celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on August 14, 2017.

June Ellen was creative and crafty, and she put those talents to use by opening up her own florist that she called Hearts and Flowers. She understood the importance of the details in everything that she did including designing flowers, and she included a little wooden heart on a pick in every flower arrangement that she designed. June Ellen also designed wedding flowers from her home in the shop that Gary built her.

The thing June Ellen loved most was throwing parties for her family and friends. She would spend weeks searching for the perfect decorations and drive across the metroplex to get them. Every detail of her parties was planned, from the dessert menu to the confetti color. The most down-to-business that you would ever see June was during a party planning meeting. When it came to her parties, June Ellen truly believed "the more, the merrier."

Another thing that June Ellen cherished was family traditions, and one of her favorite traditions was our annual family trip to New Braunfels. On the drive there, she enjoyed listening to Gary P. Nunn songs, and she never passed up a chance to visit the Czech Stop for some of her favorite kolaches. She loved to float the Comal River and to drive to Gruene and Wimberly to shop. But her favorite part of all was having her family together for a good time.

There were times June Ellen said was that she wished she was as good of a mother and grandmother as her own mother had been. We hope she knows that she was. She was the heart of our family. Our number one cheerleader. Our helping hand. Our shopping buddy. Our party coordinator. Our cooking guidance hotline. Most of all, she was The Boss (even though she claimed "I'm not The Boss, I just have better ideas").

June Ellen is survived by her husband Gary; her daughters Shawne and her husband Neal, Sher and her husband Clinton, and Skyla and her husband Michael; her grandchildren Mallory, Marina, Korgin, Kanyon, Kinnason, and Rhett; her brother Mike and his wife Judy; her brothers-in-law Tommy and his wife Mary, and Lynn and his wife Glenda; and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins. She has been reunited in Heaven with her mother Julia "Judy", her father Cecil, and her brother, Cecil "Sonny." We know that she is already planning a party for her family in Heaven because Heaven didn't know a real party until June Ellen Shelton arrived.

On behalf of June Ellen and her family, we would like to express sincere appreciation and gratitude to the doctors, nurses, technicians, and all of the UT Southwestern staff who cared for our beloved June Ellen during her time there. We are forever grateful to the 10 South team for the affectionate care and genuine concern you showed. June Ellen and our family grew to love many of you, and we know you grew to love her too.

NOTE FOR SERVICE ATTENDEES: Pink was June Ellen's favorite color, so we ask you to join us in wearing pink at her service. We know June wouldn't want anyone to miss the party, so white is okay if you don't have anything pink.

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Joseph "Joey" Roscoe Jeter, Jr. '61

Joey Jeter GRANBURY--Joey Jeter dedicated his life to sharing the peace hope, justice and love of Jesus Christ: he preached it, taught it, and embodied it. He was not anxious to leave the world and the people he cherished. But neither did he fear death, for every fiber of his being danced with knowledge of the truth he proclaimed: that death will not have the final word. The Rev. Dr. Joseph R. Jeter Jr. was born Oct. 5, 1943, in Fort Worth, Texas, to Joseph and Helen Jeter. He loved his parents and adored his little sister, Jann. In high school, he was named Fort Worth's Boy of the Year. Joey always had the greatest respect for the dignity of EVERY human being and was relentless in his defense of the marginalized. These passions led him to study religion at TCU and then to serve for two years in the Peace Corps in Niger.

He completed his divinity degree at Uníon Theological Seminary in New York, and then went on to serve pastorates in New York, Fort Worth; Alice, Texas: Houston; and Upland, Calif., where he also completed his Ph.D. at Claremont Graduate School. In Alice, he met Brenda, the love of his life. Joey and Brenda were married in 1975, and welcomed their son Justin in 1977. Joey was the consummate family man, advocating for Brenda through thick and thin, including a victorious battle with cancer, and never being too busy to play catch with Justin. We do not have words enough to thank him for how he loved us. Joey served for over 25 years as Granville and Erline Walker Professor of Homiletics at Brite Divinity School.

Professorship, for him, was never about honor or prestige; it was about empowering students to find their voices so that the good news of Jesus might be proclaimed to the ends of the earth. He saw preaching potential in each one of his students, and everyone was precious to him. Joey authored five books and found joy in serving as president of the Academy of Homiletics in 2001. He was proud of the cabin he built with his own two hands on Lake Palo Pinto and, later, was fond of rowing his little boat around Lake Granbury at sunrise. He also built a notable collection of fractional value revenue stamps, planted hundreds of trees, and saved more cats than the Humane Society. Joey was preceded in death by his parents, Joseph and Helen Jeter.

SURVIVORS: He is survived by his loving wife, Brenda; his son and daughter-in-law, Justin and Jamie; his grandchildren, Gabriel and Willow; his sister, Jann Jeter; his cousin, Gary Reams; and many beloved extended relatives and friends.

CELEBRATION OF LIFE: A celebration of Joey's life will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 24, at First Christian Church of Granbury, 2109 W Hwy 377, and all are welcome. MEMORIALS: Memorial gifts are not expected, but if you would like to make one, please consider giving to either First Christian Church of Granbury or the Joey Jeter Ministerial Education Fund at Brite Divinity School in Fort Worth.

Published in Star-Telegram on Aug. 21, 2019

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Brenda Kay Caldwell Rolf '67

Brenda Kay Caldwell Rolf HURST--Brenda "Biggie" Kay Rolf, 69, passed away Sunday, Aug. 11, 2019.

MEMORIAL SERVICE: 1:30 p.m. Friday in Mount Olivet Chapel.

MEMORIALS: In lieu of flowers, please donate to the

Brenda Kay Rolf HURST--Brenda "Biggie" Kay Rolf, 69, passed away Sunday, Aug. 11, 2019.

MEMORIAL SERVICE: 1:30 p.m. Friday in Mount Olivet Chapel.

MEMORIALS: In lieu of flowers, please donate to the American Cancer Society.

Brenda was born Dec. 1, 1949, in Fort Worth. She graduated from Carter-Riverside High School in 1967 before going on to pursue a career as a hairdresser. Brenda also worked in the family real estate business.

SURVIVORS: Husband, Michael Rolf; sons, Cory Rolf (Darbie) and Joe Rolf; grandchildren, Maggie, Wyatt, Cate, and Libby; sister, Dee Ann Probst (Steve); and numerous nieces and nephews.

Published in Star-Telegram on Aug. 14, 2019

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Suzanne Lambert Chambers '72

Suzanne Lambert Chambers, 65, of Granbury, Texas, went to be with the Lord after a long struggle with MS.  She was born in Austin, Texas and a longtime resident of Fort Worth and Bedford before moving to Granbury.

Suzanne was a graduate of Carter Riverside High School (Class of 1972) and received her bachelor’s degree from East Texas State University.  She was preceded in death by her loving parents Vernon and Sue Lambert.

Survivors: Loving mother to son, Micah Wayne Chambers and wife Vanessa; doting grandmother to granddaughters, Katelynn Marie and Grace Isabelle; sister of Shari and husband Joe Barron; and aunt to Kelly and Riley McCampbell.

She will be remembered to be a generous and loving person with a beautiful smile who created a special bond with those who knew her.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Trinity Mission of Granbury @ 600 Reunion Ct. Granbury, TX 76048 or to the National Multiple Sclerosis Foundation Society.

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Joyce Gwendolyn Hamilton Wright '48

Joyce Gwendolyn Wright GRANBURY--Joyce Gwendolyn Wright, 88, passed away peacefully the morning of Tuesday, July 30, 2019.

MEMORIAL SERVICE: 10 a.m. Monday, Aug. 5, 2019, at Laurel Land Chapel of Chimes.

Visitation: 9 to 10 a.m. prior to service.

Interment: Laurel Land Memorial Park.

MEMORIALS: In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to the Alzheimer's Foundation of America.

Joyce was born to Jack and Clara Hamilton on Jan. 9, 1931. She spent her early years living in Northside Fort Worth, graduating from Carter-Riverside High School in 1948. Following Joyce's graduation, the family moved to Hubbard Heights in South Fort Worth and she attended Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.

In 1952, Joyce married Robert Ivan "Bob" Wright, and they raised three children, Randle, Wes and Regina Burkett in south Greenbriar, Fort Worth. Bob and Joyce were married for more than 50 years before Bob's passing in 2006. Joyce was a loving daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, always placing God and family first in her life. She was very committed to worship her entire life, which included her service as a dedicated church pianist for many years. In her senior years, she was a member of First Baptist Church, Aledo, and Acton Baptist Church, Acton.

Joyce was also a talented artist who enjoyed making birthday and anniversary cards for friends and family that continue to be cherished by all! She loved butterflies, colorful birds and Chopin's music. Joyce was employed by the Education Service Center where she made many friends. She retired in 1990, and Bob retired from Lockheed Martin in 1991. They spent their retirement years living in Aledo, Texas, traveling and sightseeing for several years.

The family extends its sincere gratitude for the wonderful care she was so fortunate to receive during her final years, by Tena Maples and her daughter, Melissa Maples. Tena and Melissa were compassionate loving friends during Joyce's time of need.

SURVIVORS: Sons, Randle Wright and wife, Kathy, Wes Wright and wife, Becky; daughter, Regina Burkett; brother, Jerry Hamilton; grandchildren, Tommy West, Whitney Trammell, Weston Wright and Genna Moore; and five great-grandchildren.

Published in Star-Telegram on Aug. 4, 2019

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Charles V. Palachek Jr. '54

Here is Charles V. Palachek Jr.’s obituary. Please accept Everhere’s sincere condolences.

It is always difficult saying goodbye to someone we love and cherish. Family and friends must say goodbye to their beloved Charles V. Palachek Jr. (Mansfield, Texas), born in Fort Worth, Texas, who passed away at the age of 83, on July 26, 2019. Family and friends can light a candle as a loving gesture for their loved one.

Leave a sympathy message to the family in the guestbook on this memorial page of Charles V. Palachek Jr. to show support. He was loved and cherished by many people including: his parents, Charles V. and Mary Palachek Sr..

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Keith L. Hargrove '47

Brigadier General Keith L. Hargrove of New Braunfels, Texas, dedicated husband, father, grandpa and great grandpa, went to his heavenly home on July 23, 2019 at the age of 90. Keith was born to Maurice William Hargrove and June Roberta (Pucket) Hargrove on March 30, 1929 in Stamford, Texas. Due to his father’s work, Keith and his sister, Marcy Lou (Hargrove) Russell, went to many different schools, finally settling in Fort Worth, Texas, where he graduated from Amon Carter Riverside High School, then went to Texas A&M, where he played football and was a member of the Corp of Cadets before graduating in 1951.

Keith married the love of his life, Jean Campbell in 1951. He served in the U.S. Army. After his active duty ended, he served in the U.S. Army Reserves at the 75th MAC in Houston, finally retiring with the rank of Brigadier General.

The Hargrove’s moved to New Braunfels in 1965, where Keith managed Dittlinger’s Flour and Feed Mills. Keith loved fishing, bird hunting, golf, baseball and football. It was not Thanksgiving in the Hargrove house without at least one television and two radios so he could keep tabs on all the games. He was a wonderful man with a great sense of humor, a quiet demeanor, and a need to honor and serve his country and fellow man.

Keith was preceded in death by his parents, sister, and son Keith L. Hargrove, Jr. He is survived by his wife, Jean (Campbell) Hargrove, daughter Janet Hargrove Baumbach and husband Greg, daughter Nancy Hargrove, daughter-in-law Lynn (Guarino) Hargrove, and sister-in-law Francine (Campbell) Tye. He is also survived by his granddaughter Shelley Acker, grandson Ryan Acker and wife Megan, granddaughter Amanda (Hargrove) Vrundy and husband Ty, grandson Scott Hargrove, six great grandchildren, many nieces, nephews, cousins and extended family which he considered his own. Services for Keith will be held at Fort Sam Houston Cemetery at a date to be determined later.

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Selma Louise Reese Andrews '39

Selma Louise Reese Andrews FORT WORTH--"For God so loved the world that He gave His only uniquely-born Son that whosoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life."-- John 3:16. On Saturday, July 13, 2019, Selma Louise Reese Andrews departed to be with her Lord and Savior.

BURIAL: 11 a.m. Friday, July 19, in Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery in Dallas, Texas, with services handled by Galbreaith-Pickard Funeral Chapel in Weatherford, 817-594-2747.

MEMORIALS: In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to a in Louise's memory.

Louise was born to Harry Alpha Reese of Colgate, Okla., and Selma Pauline Silkburg Anderson on Sept. 3, 1921, on Sylvania Avenue in Fort Worth, Texas. Louise became a Christian at age 14 at River Oaks Church of Christ where Rev. Willard Morrow was pastor. She graduated with honors from Riverside High School May 1939 then finished her nurse's training at then-named City County Hospital (now John Peter Smith) in Fort Worth.

Louise entered the military as a Red Cross nurse in 1943. She was in post-operative surgery and served with the 140th Evacuation Hospital in the field in Germany with additional time in Boston and Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio. She met the love of her life, Lt. Robert Parker Andrews, "Andy," from Camden, Ala., on a blind date at Fort Polk, La., in 1943. Louise and Andy were both then shipped overseas to Germany and remained on active duty until World War II was over. They married at 331 Grace St. in Fort Worth on Jan. 26, 1946, and then lived in Auburn, Ala., where Andy resumed and completed his aeronautical engineering degree. Andy then became an employee at what was later named General Dynamics (now Lockheed) in Fort Worth.

Andy and Louise traveled extensively and eventually established permanent residence in Parker County at what is now Hudson Oaks, 5 miles east of Weatherford. They raised three children, two girls and a boy. Louise was predeceased by her husband, Andy, Dec. 8, 2007, and only son, Reese Parker Andrews, March 2, 2013.

SURVIVORS: She is survived by her daughters, Rebecca Allyn Andrews of Conroe, Texas, and Jennifer Andrews Chesney of Hudson Oaks; grandchildren, Gini's are Stephen Chesney, Rebecca Chesney, Hannah Chesney and Sara Chesney Clark (Bobby) plus great-grandchildren, Ross and Ellie (the Clarks all in Weatherford). Reese's children include Parker, Payton and Annaleigh Andrews, plus Reese's widow, Carolyn Pennebaker Andrews, all of Nacogdoches, Texas.

Published in Star-Telegram on July 17, 2019

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Doyle Nolan Rogers '55

Doyle Nolan Rogers MD, JD. died on Tuesday, July 9, 2019, in Vancouver, BC, at age 82.  He was born on Mother’s Day, May 9, 1937, in a farmhouse near Grapevine, TX. His family moved often, since his father worked on military construction projects. After WWII, they resided in Fort Worth, where he attended public schools, graduating from Amon Carter-Riverside HS in 1955.

Active in sports, he won Fort Worth Public School’s basketball scoring title during his senior year. He scored the most points in a single game of all FW high schools and led guard scorers in Texas largest HS division. Team captain, he was a unanimous selection to the all-district team and also named to the all-state team. He also was a senior class officer.

Attending Howard Payne University in Brownwood on a basketball scholarship, he was the leading scorer during his junior and senior years and named to the All-Lone Star Conference team. Graduating in 1959, he later was honored as “distinguished alumnus of the year” in 1974.

Majoring in chemistry and pre-med, he was junior class president and an honor student. He entered Southwestern Medical School in Dallas in 1959, graduating with an MD degree in 1963.Serving an internship and specialty residency at Parkland Hospital, he was named chief resident during his final year. He then served as a US Navy medical officer before holding a cancer research fellowship at M. D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute in Houston.

He was the first medical doctor to treat President John F. Kennedy upon his arrival at Parkland’s emergency room in 1963, later publishing an account of his experiences as an Amazon e-book, “The JFK Assassination—Inside the Story.”

He practiced hospital pathology in Pasadena, TX, earning double-American board certification in his medical specialty. He earned a second doctorate, the Doctor of Jurisprudence, at Houston’s South Texas School of Law. He was admitted to The State Bar of Texas in 1975.

In 1975, Dr. Rogers co-founded Insurance Corporation of America, a property and casualty company that insured more than 10,000 physicians for professional liability in 33 states and the District of Columbia. As sole owner after 1982, he was CEO, President and Board Chairman until ICA was sold in 1990. He was among investors founding a national bank in Houston. As majority stockholder, he was board chairman.

He retired in 1990 and moved to Vancouver, Canada, then to London, England, where he owned a home in Knightsbridge. He also resided in Monte-Carlo, Monaco, where he was a permanent legal resident.

Charitable activities included lifetime membership on the Chancellor’s Council of UT-Austin; board of directors, National Association to Prevent Blindness, advisory board, Thai American University, Chiang Mai, Thailand, and board chairman, Houston’s Delia Stewart Contemporary Dance Company.

A dining enthusiast cook and wine collector with a 5,000-bottle cellar of predominantly French wines, he was identified with the largest French gourmet society in the world, and numerous other gourmet societies. Dr. Rogers was the founding president of the Monte-Carlo Chapter of The International Wine & Food Society.

He was the breeder of record of the top-winning Afghan hound in America for five consecutive years, and two different dogs won multiple AKC all-breed and specialty best-in-shows across America. His Champion Khayam’s Apollo won the hound variety group at the Westminster Dog Show at NYC’s Madison Square Garden, and he owned and exhibited two all-breed, best-in-show winning Shi Tzu’s.

He made 25 round-the-world trips, including visits to 90 countries, and dined in 83 different three-star Michelin restaurants. A fitness enthusiast, he participated in long-distance running, weight training, cycling, hiking and climbing. He reached Mount Kilimanjaro’s summit in Tanzania, Africa, twice within 10 years, the second ascent with his life partner of 29 years, Lesley Smith.

A proud evangelical Christian, he was converted at age eight at First Baptist Church in Borger, TX. He is survived by his life partner, Lesley Smith; son Stephen Clark Rogers, MBA and JD; daughter-in-law Rebecca Boyle Rogers and their children, granddaughter Emily Grace and grandsons John Doyle, Nolan Patrick and William Lesley, as well as his daughter Jennifer Rogers Hanigan and her children, granddaughters Elizabeth Ann, Kathryn Elise and Olivia Grace and son-in-law Kevin Hanigan. Preceding him in death were his parents, Orville Ray and Goldie Ellen Hobbs Rogers, and his sister, Charlotte Janice Rogers Walters.

He will be interred at Parker Memorial Cemetery adjacent to his parents and sister, near the site of his farmhouse birth.

A graveside funeral service will be held July 20, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. at Parker Memorial Cemetery, 3900 William D Tate Avenue, Grapevine, Texas, 76051. Please wear bright colors and bright ties. Immediately following the service, a reception will be held at his daughters home, Jennifer Rogers Hanigan. Directions will be handed out at the service.

In lieu of flowers the family would like for you to make a donation to a charity of your choice.

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Daphne Angela Moore Currie '52

Visitation: 10 a.m. Saturday, July 20, 2019 at Thompson’s Harveson & Cole Funeral Home.

Service: 11:00 a.m. Saturday, July 20, 2019 at Thompson’s Harveson & Cole Funeral Home.

Interment: Greenwood Memorial Park.  Following the interment, a Celebration of Life reception will be held at Colonial Country Club.

Memorials: In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to any charity that helps children.

Angela Currie passed unexpectedly Sunday, July 7, 2019, at her home in Fort Worth.  Born and raised in Fort Worth, Angela graduated from Carter Riverside High School in 1952 and attended both the University of North Texas, and Texas Christian University.  In 1956, she graduated from TCU with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and was an alumna of the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority.
In addition to being a wife and mother, Angela, at various times and institutions, worked as a counselor and educator for children with learning and developmental disabilities.

Angela loved food, wine, and socializing with friends and family. She was active in the Woman’s Club of Fort Worth, was a member of Colonial Country Club, and was generous with her time and money to all who needed help.

She will be remembered for her uncommon beauty, her grace, and a joyous, self-effacing sense of humor that made you laugh and love her almost immediately. Among family members and oldest friends, she was known affectionately as “Tinky.”

She was preceded in death by her parents, Raymond and Georgie Moore, and her husband, Fred Currie.

She is survived by her son, Karl Wallace, and her brother, Jan Moore.

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Jan Boatman Tommy Freeman
Gail Hilliard Peeler Sherry Johnson
Harold Tallmon Martha Anderson Dean
Joseph Clark "Joe" Smith Shirley Farmer
Linda West Renda Wood
George E. "Eddie" Brown Granville Edward Paules
Sharon Ann Rutledge Morrow Nancy Ann Nesbitt
Larry Fred Walls Morris Ferguson
Jack W. Dickerson Don Fletcher
Robert McVey Jr. Patricia Junean Hood Willis
George Merrill Cloyd George Philip Morriss
Betty Ruth Whitfeld Johnny G. McDowell
Larry Francis Donald Eugene Greene
Walter McConnell J. W. Savage
Bob Shaw Clark Leon LeBlanc
Wanda June Bourdier Powell William Joseph "Bill" Flippo
Jay Lee Stewart June Mary Simmons Phillips
Charles Brockton Boles William Raymond Carden, Jr.
Doyle Nolan Rogers  

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Jerry Ann Barney Joyce Bonin
Norman Brannon Robert Caudle
Sylvia Cox James Ford
Robert Forrester Kay Gilley
Blythe Hollerman Charles Hurn
J.C. Kemper Judy Matlock
Charles Maurice Gene McKenzie
Peggy Parvin Rita Polser Winters
James Sanford Carol Searcy
Tom Simpson Aurelia Stevens
Jo Jane Tabet Mary York
Ann Marshall McDowell Brenda Black Bradley
W.C. "Butch" Cebell, Jr. Jon "Bubba" Massey
Shirley Weston Ward Sharon Hill Williams
Jim Boyd Carolyn Sue Arnold
Jane Wyatt Davis Larry Mac Wright
Mary Ann Waters Noel Joe D. Wade
Carolyn Womack Lima Barbara Gayle Haddock Brown
Wayne Nelson Scott Sylvia Carol Cox Covington
Noel Copeland Jerry Lloyd York
William "Dub" Helm Wanda Joy Blevins Long
Robin Llewellyn Jr. Herbert Michael "Mike" Carter
David Eugene Elston Marvin Wesley Browder Jr.
Robert J. "Bob" Underwood Byron Eugene Filler
Gary Marvin Wetter Joyce Wright Landers
William A. Rollins J. R. "Bob" Minick
Stephen Robert Anderson Robert "Bob" P. Sartain
Harry N. Walthall Carol Harper Travis
James "Jimmy" Lewis Harry D. Aston
Robert David Freeman William Arthur Matchette
Kenneth Kiesling Frank Lewis Schnell
Robert Allen Collup Donald Ray Smith

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Kenneth Armstrong Jerry Baker
Terry Cox Charles Fields
Brenda Harris Harrell Richard Hunter
Charles Love Dugan Millican
Diana Vollintine John McMullen
Joyce J. Cole Burchfield Lamond Baker
Gary Franklin Hendricks Shirley Jean Albright
Joyce Ann Holder Norwood James Luttrell
Thomas Edwin Jones Judy Carol Maurice Bowden
Ann Marshall Gladys Towne Petrey
Gary Franklin Hendricks Bobby Ray "Bob" Hall
Roy Russell Karan Elaine Kirk Pittillo
Thomas E. Terrill Andy McLean
Jerrie Jo Jennings Young Donna Ballew Price Fisher
Joe Prince Lynn Barton Mayfield
Yale Murray Cason Glenda Ann Maurice
Allen Leroy Christian Robin Llewellyn
Charldean Newell Raymond C. Perkins
Mary Sue Ballew Judy Tumelson Molder
Marshall Ray Smith James Larry Haygood
Dewey Listo McCoy Wayne Bowen Weems
Brunhilda Colburn Annita Kirtley
Judy Ridenour Pat Tork Wommack
Morris Himes Annie Pearl Coffee
Jimmy Kimbrough Raymond Perkins
Dennis Ross Freddie Willhite
Anita Frances Massey Brock Harold Wayne Landers
Ronnie Jack Renfro Larry Joe Sinclair

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Ward Bogard JoAnn Chipman
Kenneth Gudgen Larry Howard
Wayne Kaseberg Larry Ligon
Bobby Lowry Lynn Murdock Scarborrough
Richard Pitt Larry Schmidt
Jim Riley Kenneth Millican
Renate Westernhagen Jerry B. Anderson
James Ronald "Ron" Hollingshead James Ray Hammonds
Ann Dickey Haygood Garld Lee Dunivan, Jr
Carolyn Reynolds Patsy Creamier Shafer
Joyce Conditt May James Goodwin
Clayton Beck Hans Simpson
R. M. Street Sherri Simmons Hambright
Gary Richard Matzner Dewayne Littlepage
Judy Riscky Burke Christine Aldrich Thompson
Deloris Cobb Josephson Margaret Ann Terry Gist
Beverly Harrell Morgan Ragan
Linda Squyres Freeman

Sid Thompson

Alice Janie Schultz McCauley Wanda J. Bullock
Roy Joe Lovelady Sr. Russell B. Wirtz
Robert Nolen Havens Don McAlister
Rosemary Harris Rood Jerrie Jo Jennings Young
Gloria Fay Wakefield Dunson Julaine Boatman
James Larry Scott William Robert "Billy Bob" Henderson
Michael Leroy Warbritton Donald H. Winters
Bobby Kenneth McCoy James Marvin Coburn

Robert Rexrote

Edward Wyss

Mary Porter-Burdine

Brenda Ellis-Hiller

Judith Jane May Hollingshead

Charlotte Thedford-Bird

Betty Arlyne Reid Joines Donna Ann Arnold Busbee

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Ray Millican David Pliler
Jim Russell Rayburn Simmons
Charles Smith Pat Sutherland
Louise Jacobs Nelson William Stanton "Bill" Kemp
Don Pettyjohn Philip R. Schmidt
Joni Simms Jerry Jack Terrell
Lannie Hall Spence Jorman "Joe" Koski
Suzanne Randolph Culp Ernest Miller Taylor
Danny Schmidt Gary Wilson Braziel
Carol Ward Miller Terry Boyd
Margaret Trietsch Thorne-Wheatley Phyllis Carpenter Collins
John Ferguson Judy Clark Walls
Jerry D. Farr Johnny Harlow
Gary Don Pipes James "Hank" Ramsey
Jerry Dean Sawatsky Lanny Shaw
Gerald Thomson Jimmy Chokas
David M. Scott Betty Paschal Warren
Glenn Gregory, Jr. Stewart Bullard
Ray Dell Young Robert Joseph "Bob" Witcher
Nancy Ray Huggins Betty Ann Stark Kaseberg
Mike E. Dooley Judith Gayle Mcclure


Charles Dean Huckabee Jerry Max Vaughan
Joseph E. Driskill Siegred Lovette Hoines
Bonnie Lee Williams Pultz Tommy Joe Flowers
Donald J. Tallman  

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James Brown Bryan Lee Dawson
Kay Gurley Frank Hand
Earl Hazlewood Ronny Keller
Holley Susen Rex Thompson
Jackie Tuggle Douglas "Dusty" DeMalade
Judith Ashmore Allen Dale Wayne Melton
Roy Don Wilson Henry "Tommy" Gilbert
Jim Forester Marilyn Mayerhoff Ternan
George E. Fry James Reid Hill
Jeannie Ray Schmidt Judy Jane Jones
Jesse Theodore "Tedd" Massie Frances Cottle
Jimmy Hawkins Nancy Potts
Susan Rapp James Allen
Robert C. Harris Don Pettijohn
Belinda Seale
Cary Vollentine
Larry Hulsey Hugh Wilson
Herman Younger Thomas John Crider
Glenn Cunha Thomas Henry Fitch,III
Janet Nuella Forcade Syd Guidry
Kennith C. Hamilton Hubert Hunt
Gary Don Pipes Wayne Reid
Richard Wood
Jerry Brown
Billie Record Robert C. Harris
Walter Robert Thompson Jerry Lee Birdwell
James "Ted" Polser Wanda June Cassady Allison 
Samuel Robert Baker Arthur Craig Settlage
Rodney Wayne Roberts David Stanley Fojtasek
Harvey Lee Mobley Freddy Latham Jones
Billy Thomas Keeton Charles Fred Polser
Sherry Rawls Morgan Hubert Alfred Hunt
Jim Riscky  

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Gary Carter Rose Marie Harrison
Robert Lee "Bob" Lucas Bobby Smith
Richard Spellings Margie Stoddard
Daniel Virgil "Danny" Tow Kenneth Terrill
Susie Wentworth Jacque McNiel
Jesse Everett Kates Richard H. Poindexter
Dianne Corder Anne Rae Hasting
Martha Middleton Jerry Porter
Billy Simpson Sandra McPherson Logan
James Ronald Payne Don Paul Roberts
Lynda Cecilia Reaves Patricia Ann Campbell Underwood
Betty Marie Massoletti Beverly Ann Wilson Greene
Betty Jeanine Byas Waters Linda Booker
Beverly Wilson Billy Don McClure
Donald Anderson Graham Jerald Ray Brannon
Gary Edward Kuhn Sandrea Jane Osborne Mathis
Chester Wayne Flippo, Jr. Ann Marie Bisesi Sapp
John Richard Hughes Ruth Ann Trantham Doty Tubbs
Rosemary Stroder Alt Judy Darlene Forester
Ronald Wesley Tubbs Joseph " Joey" R. Jeter Jr.
Judy Lou Copeland Stewart  

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This list was sent to us by Class Agent Janice Bell Fitzgerald '62

Clark Thomas Biesemeier Joe Robert Buckman
Roger D. Caldwell Johnny Mac Cassaday
John Reed Dinsmore Suzanne Fuller Taylor
Joseph Carroll Guidry Verlin C. Hamilton
Richard C. Hayes Edwin Lawrence Mackay
Shelia May Gilbert Carolyn Mumford Russell
Richard Alan Pliler Cecil D. Proctor
Robbie Robbins Trachta Judy Rogers Walker
Karen Settlage Schreiber Patricia Stanley Berry
Maurice Gene Weeks Cherrie Castle Fuller
Don Ray Gilliam Lila Marie Knight
Jim E. O'Neal Charlsie Rayes Youngblood
Barbara Strittmatter Miller Linda Strother Brislawn
Patsy White Braswell Betty Krivanek Wilderspin
David C. Smith Jane Randolph Gandy
Clifford Vermillion Jr. Edward G. Crittenden
Dennie Ray Hall Don Franklin Shouse
William Donald "Bill" Franklin Gloria Jean Matzner Thomas
Jerald Wayne "Jerry" Martin Jeffrey Bruce Joyner
Wilbrun Allan Dorothy Apperson Mitchell
Deanna Baumann Johnson Bennett Chancellor
Calvin Dovers Joe Don Ford
Clyde Carlton Graham Bettye Linehan Casey
Tommy Matlock Charles Tommy Mattke
Frank Harold Peavy Paula Rawls Sessions
Bobby Smith Gary Eugene Wigley
Earl Niland Drake Sr. Gerald "Jerry" Lynn Cypert
James Edward "Eddie" Alread  

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 In Memoriam Class of 1963

Thomas Bullington James Cecil Caudle
Don Clark Stephen Fisher
Joy Garrett Bob Hailey
Tony Hatley Ralph Kell
Carol Martin Melin Louis McCrory
Danny Murrah Deborah Payne
Suzanne Pettyjohn Carol Phipps Benoit
John G. Reynolds Harold Schmidt
Paul "Tommy" Thompson Sue Tubbs
Royce Lee White Darrell Wood
Jim William Glenn Cheryl Holder Hickman
Ellen Kayleen Belew Lee Arthur Marion "Greg" Gregory Jr.
Richard Lowe Bennie Walters
Jonathan Stephen Hobson Danny Wayne Hoover
James Wilburn Pappas Jessica Sparkman Tuck
Gay Pugsley Durden Michael W. Brodie
Don George Hoaldridge Don Summerour
Glenda Sue Tanner Gibson  

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In Memoriam Class of 1964

Clora Lee White Kimbrough Richard Berry
Stephen Pliler David Shultz
Gary Payne Vincent Saladino
John Thomas Lenox C. R. Williams
Joycelyn Williams Snofsky Don Skelton
Terry Squires Camilla Peterson
Gary McCrory Neil Massey
Verey Martin Bonnie Harmon
Kenny Morgeson Mildred Henderson
Maurice Hebert Linda Hutcheson
Bill Hendry Rodney Brewer
Kay Littrell James "Jim" Long
Gerald R. Owens Buford Terry Ford
David E. Goley John B. Hamilton
Terry Lynn Oneal Nancy Tibbs Yates
Judy Goodwin Speer Norman L. Chupik
Kenneth W. Flippo Jean Rhoten Blatnick
Billy Wade Barnes Walter Byron Box
Cathy Lewis Phyllis Morrison
Jerry Horton Bill Hall
Jacque Ford Gwynne Brown
Sue Davis Barbara Hayes

Janice Fyke

Harvey Patton
Terry Haynes Rita Julane Wirtz Clanton
Gene Lea Pat Stanley
Roger Slane Larry Waymire
James "Jim" B. Connell June Susen Bartlett
Kay Fredericks Payton Pamela Ann Pierson DeLeon
Austin Albert Harp  

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In Memoriam Class of 1965

Kenneth Holland Sandra Skelton
David Ray Blake Janus Farr
Tim Witt Stephen Norris
Dodie Sprinkle Coslow Gary Elliott
Greg Tallant Ricky Bishop
Johnnie Anne Rose Julia Storton Hornbeck
Hank Abernathy Douglas Hales
Robert Neal Kuhn Pamela J. Flippo
Fredrick Wade Herrell Sally Combs
Ronna Arnn Mayo Beverly Kay Wickman Winget
Patricia Pappas Sue Davis Hancock
Gary Gale Parker Bonnie Jo Voiku Johnson
Gary Gerald Fielding Doris Estella Jacobs Grumbles
Jacqueline Kay Ford Rhodes Ronnie Lee Hazlewood
Donald Eggenberger Barbara Davis Calhoun
Jyme Gilbert Davis Thomas Joseph Duffy
Cynthia Jones Ray Phillips
Ralph Michael Peyton Linda Keen McBride
Charles Wayne Overstreet Bill Pippin
Rev. Dr. Henry F. Woodruff Linda Yates Mullins
Margaret Gregory Charles M. Free
Bob Chester William Troy McGrath, Jr.
Donald Joe Maywald Bruce Wayne Stapp
Larry B. Trotter Nelda Jean Gauntt Roberts
Nelda Lynn Henson Watson Thomas Lynn Auffenberg
Phillip Dale Isbell Larry Robert Robello
Tommy Britt Stone John Ernest Lea
Wayne Mardis David W. Timmons
Catherine Bernice Steele Keating Linda Jo Gorbett Castle
Elaine Louise Conner Garvin Brenda Joyce Hooper Albright
Margaret Ann Stevenson Bryant Jimmie Price

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 In Memoriam Class of 1966

Bob Maurice Richard Tergerson
Becky Williams Culver Cheryl Anderson
Jim Flake Tim Jewell
Paula Flippo Wanda "Buffy" Harmon
Christine Cockerham Jim Pettyjohn
Melba Vineyard
Renee Runge Hopkins
Gary Tumlinson Elton Prine
Freddie Chapman
Doug Hales
Jan Sikes Carolyn Minor Neal
Patricia Steele Lehrer Linda Kay Ellerbusch Watson
Susan McAdams "Ninnom" Harrell Cynthia Grissom Sloan
Jerry L. Russell Robert Daniel "Danny" Ozee
Ronald Lee Winborne Tommy Howard Middleton
Jon Robert Bradford Donna Dugger Garrett
Doris "Jeanine" Sonntag White Billie Jean Pace
Lonnie Max Obeidin James Preston Kennedy
Roy Gene Dawson Susan Aillene Lewis
Larry Van Wilson Pamela Wisdom
James A "Butch" Eudy Michael Grant Atnip
Morris Calvin Counts Janice Presley Hughes

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In Memoriam Class of 1967

Donna Marie Henry Jimmy Gardenhire Herschel Fonville
Carla Sheffield Buchanan Anita Malone Myra Lawhorn
Terry Lytle Freddie Chapman David R. Pearson
David Gleaton Linda Sharon Hamill Charles R. DeShazo
David Brandon Brewer ReEnnea Dorsey Husmann Gary Mack Danley
Debera Tanna Miles James Gary McBrayer Betty Sue Guidry Allen
Ronnie Doyle Ray Michael Troy Tergerson Sheila Morris Uhr
Marcia Hopkins Kolodzie Albert Richard Combest Albert Doyle Tubbs
Paula Kay Stone Robert Daniel "Danny" Ozee Karen Ann Isbell Rogers
Brenda Kay Caldwell Rolf June Ellen Proctor Shelton  

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 In Memoriam Class of 1968

George Arthur Andrus Bill Butterfield
Ronnie Nowell K.B. (Kerry) Hamilton
Jack Clifton Cindy Still-Parker
Jeannie Benton Boykin William Lee Murphree
Billy Joe Davis Steve Webb
Paul Douglas Anderson Truma Nell Wright Davidson
Tony Coker Danny Ray Haynes
John Allen Shouse Robert C. Reames
Jo Lynn Carey Cartwright William "Bill" Penn Stevens
Bobby Gene Watson Cheryl Ann Greer Johnson
Mary Ann Culver Biebighauser William Howard Crawford Jr.
Mike Ansley Benny Cox
Elizandro Flores, Jr Martha Bonita Gregory

Billie Smartt

Larry Stanley

Randy Webster

Brenda Roberts Bowman
Kathy Jean Woolf Sparks  

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In Memoriam Class of 1969

Barry Leatherman  Charles Edwin Terry
Steve Duffy Bart L. Haltom
Cheri Elaine Shirley Gable Randy Leasley
Carlos Sanders Carol June Wallace
Woodie Hoffman Don Mayfield
Willie Payne Jack Sipes
Glenda Harned Fancher Twyla Rains Cole
Michael Allen Fleetwood Cheryl Lynn Cartwright Lindsay
Floyd Lee Gentry Connie Jo Pappas Teague
CynDee Payne Varble Richard Garner Sloan
Dan Alan Davis Diane LaVerne Bearden Larsen
Karen Michele Freeman Gooch Nancy Lou Smith Finney
John L. Wilson Cynthia Brooks Post
Kirk Goin John David Wylie

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In Memoriam Class of 1970

Donald Bruce Hunt  
Sue Bryant Marsha Ellis Beldon
Linda Ruth Harvey Randall James
Ethel McCullough Ansley Kathy Easterwood Powers
Glen Riggins Ramona Anderson Forbis
Becky Sue Davis Jefferson Davis Johnson
Gloria Jean Schouler Jones Willliam "Bill" Marion Borden

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 In Memoriam Class of 1971 

Ronnie L. Stevens Richard Frank Morrison
Larry Clifford Patterson Jon Tergerson
Jannie Lambert Debbie Bolen Cutler
Michael Joe Goodwin Michael Thomas Kane
Eloise Hickey Null Richard Lynn Rowe
Mickey Dean Shelton Cindy Kamenitsa
Danny Wilson Teresa Buck Press
Harlon Oscar "Bo" Wright Jimmy Arnold
Brad Cade Joe Lawhon
Calvin Stark Sharon Teague
Susan Marie Pekurney Folvag Dee Ann Davis Sanner
Judy "JuJu" Tramel McCampbell Suzanne Kestler Gibson
Raymond Clinton Larson Lora Payne
Lynn Q. Washington James Douglas Mitchell

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In Memoriam Class of 1972

Kenny Baze Jimmy Bellamy
Stan Butler Chris Cross
Larry Casstevens Mark Earhart
Delaine Forester Glynn Fred Howe
Laura Lancaster Richard Loveday
Linda Mauldin Rowe Brenda Shaw Beesley
Ben Shirley LaVonda G. Smartt
Larry Franks Ricky Burrell
Melissa Mia Hall Chunnie “Chuck “ Sanders
Lorin Washington Larry Lynn Baker
Warren Peck Sylvia Quintanilla McAlister
David Alan Proctor Joyce Ann Otwell
Kenny Sullivan Van Williams
Terry Lynn Hagar Donna Lou Schramm Fenn
Michelle Turner Thompson Potria Bradford Sueing
Fred “Biff” Ticeahkie Kenneth "Ken" Dale Bunn
Lana Darcel Lovell Sawyer Howard Lin Davis
Debra Ann Williams Maness Willis Ben Welch Jr.
David Bruce Faison Larry D. Barlow
Rickie Clyde McArthur Patrick Allen Ansley
O. D. Woodard Suzanne Lambert Chambers
Hershel Eugene "Gene" Maxey  

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In Memoriam Class of '73

Mike Huie Tommy Birchfield
Mark William Huntsman Jesse Wilson Hollis
Mark S. Teague Doyle Edward "Eddie" Burton
William Eugene Cheatham Deborah Macon Benavedes
Deana Harris Snow Lester Dwayne Allen
Kathy Hicks May Tommy Wilson
Amy Louise Phillips Pamela Kay Pilcher Maurice
Michael Thomas Asay Doyal Alton Darter
Sharon Yvonne Conley Fields David Wayne Lehew

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 In Memoriam Class of '74

Courtney Bradford William Counts
Teresa K. Littrell James T. McKay
Patrick Green Martin Mitchell
Cecelia Hedgpeth Mary Helen Miller
Mike Denby Steven Eugene Stewart
Johnny "John" Ashcraft Thomas L. Lambert
Margaret Rose Martin Aradia John Mark Stapleton
Ricky Lougene Hollins Warren Jefferson Storey, Jr.
Russell McSpadden Brenda Kaye Scharnhorst Chance
Betty Jean Nix Gary Wayne Bunn
Charles David Buchanan Ricky Lee Adley
Roger Lee Mulder Rodney Lee Anderson
Melani Kay Slone Burkhart Martha Grace Hollis

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In Memoriam Class of '75

Luther H. Smith Pam Mayer Miller
Kathy Sue Smith Pope Mike Cross
Stephen Ray Taylor Twalla McCaskill Dupriest
Anthony Marino Rafael Marquez
Teresa J. Earp Diana Zepeda Ellis
Sherry Lynn Talley DeLois Johnson Crawford

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 In Memoriam Class of 1976
Gone but not forgotten

Don Dixon Ricky Gonzles
George Hamilton Jackie Youngblood
Doris Warren Susan E. Sammons Wilkerson
Terry Smith Jeri Evelyn Davis
Jane Beverly Carpenter Tommy Nix
Ricky Dale Crowe Troy Kinard
Vicki Sue Langham von Ehrenfried Leon J. Ward
Chris Pierce Gene Maywald
Leon Ward James Bob Dunlap
Gary Albert Carter Armando Villafranca
Gary Stapleton Robert "Bobby" Chesser Jr.
Michael "Mike" Counts Kimberly Holshouser

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 In Memoriam Class of '77

Renee Hamilton Robert Hawkins
Carol Birthenia Porter Robert Lewis Trevino
Julie Kay Ferrell Freeman  

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 In Memoriam Class of '78

Cynthia Rhodes O'Bryant Jeffery Morton Jones
Richard Reynolds Shergold William Bryan Herrington
Therese Karl Von Ray Pennington
Deanna Long Dozier  

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  In Memoriam Class of '79

Miles Lee Mitchell

Brenda Bryant-Burgin

Lori Wilson Miles Mitchell
Larry Miller Charlie Cash McDonald

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In Memoriam Class of '80

Claudius W. Dean Jr. Belinda Jean Lemons
Michelle Brown Jackie Blair
Leslie Lawler Jeff Mackey
Vickie Blade Paul Brown
Gary Samuel Foster Mike "PJ" Patterson
Vincent Pascacio Martinez  

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In Memoriam Class of '81

Curtis Lynn Hathcock Paula Locke

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In Memoriam Class of '82

William Summerville Dan Clinton Wright
Carroll Todd Mongtomery Gregory Wayne Porter
Dell Pace Anton "Joe" Moos
Kalvin Dale Dean Seamoun Watson
Raynard Wayne Caldwell  

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 In Memoriam Class of '83

James Beck Irene Luna
Curtis Coles Scott Yarborough
Michael Garza Irene Luna
Kelly McBride Eric Escalante
Darryll David Dunn  

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 In Memoriam Class of '84

Sheri Earl Cindy Gandy
Venson Sapp Michael A. Trevino
Jana McElroy Charles "Chuck" Kuykendall

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 In Memoriam Class of '85

Jeff Turner Hanna Grace Goeken

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 In Memoriam Class of 1986

Broderick Benson

Mau Thi Ta
Charles Al Wilmore Jr. Billy Farr
Herbert Spencer
Valynda Saldana Cox
John Earl Nix  

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In Memoriam Class of 1987

Christopher Daryl Black

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In Memoriam Class of 1988

James C. Nelson, Jr.

Yolanda Hicks

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In Memoriam Class of 1989

Richard Peraza

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In Memoriam Class of 1991

Francisco Hernandez

Thomas "Tony" Jay Dangerfield II

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In Memoriam Class of 1992

Renae Contreras

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In Memoriam Class of 1993

John Anthony Aguilar

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In Memoriam Class of 1994

Charles Edward Watson

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In Memoriam Class of 1996

Tommy C. Brown Sr.

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In Memoriam Class of 1998

Jeremy Brothers Cheryl Marie Strittmatter

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 In Memoriam Class of 1999

Oscar Carrillo Olman Flores

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In Memoriam Class of 2002

Albert Vincent Rios

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In Memoriam Class of 2003

Ednith Villalobos

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In Memoriam Class of 2004

Eliana Salas Hector Vitolas
Fernando Vitolas  

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 In Memoriam Class of 2005

Valy Xayyvongsa Mirna Dominguez
Natasha Frazier  

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In Memoriam Class of 2008

Priscilla Garbay

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In Memoriam Class of 2017

Leonel Garcia Montanez

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