Don Edward Wickman, Sr '64
Edward Wickman, Sr. came into the arms of his Heavenly Father on
Sunday September 12, 2021 at his home in Fort Worth, Texas.
He is the son of the late Elgin and Evelyn (Koonsman) Wickman
who are from the Cranfills Gap and Iredell, Texas communities.
He was born in Meridian, Texas on September 15, 1944. He
graduated from Amon Carter Riverside High School in 1964. Upon
graduation he enlisted into the United States Air Force and
served in Vietnam. After leaving the Air Force he became a
Master Plumber and owned his own business known as "Hot Water
Inc" for most of his life. He enjoyed fishing, motorcycles,
flying and fast cars. Most importantly, he loved his TCU Horned
Frogs and very proud of their accomplishment in the Rose Bowl of
2010. During his school years he was proud of playing for the
TCU Tinymites football team.
Don, who was known by his friends as the nickname "Rope", is
survived by his brother, Michael Wayne Wickman; sons, Don (Buzzy)
Edward Wickman, Jr. from Granbury, TX and Chris Jared Wickman
from San Diego, CA, along with numerous grandchildren, nephews
and cousins. He was preceeded in death by his sister, Beverly
Kay Wickman Winget.
A private Memorial Service will be held at a later date.
Johnny Rumfield '44
Texas - Johnny Rumfield, 94, went to his Heavenly home on
Tuesday, Aug. 31, 2021.
Celebration of Life: 12 p.m.
Thursday, Sept. 16, in Greenwood Chapel, 3100 White Settlement
Rd., Fort Worth, Texas, with Pastor Justin Jeter officiating.
Graveside: 2 p.m. at the Dallas-Fort Worth National
Cemetery, 2000 Mountain Creek Parkway, Dallas, Texas.
Johnny Leon Rumfield was born to the late Clyde and Edith
Rumfield on Sept. 23, 1926 in Smithfield, Texas. He attended
Amon Carter Riverside High School, and graduated from The
Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas in 1951 and North
Texas State in 1960.
Johnny was a longtime educator in the Fort Worth
Independent School District. He began as a football coach at
Diamond Hill Jarvis High School, and served in multiple
assignments through his career at Wedgewood Jr. High, McLean Jr.
High, Paschal HS, Meacham Middle School, Elder MS as teacher,
counselor, principal and FWISD Central Office special projects
Johnny loved hunting, fishing and golf. He had a passion
for people and travel. One of the quotes often heard from him
was, "I've been around the world and to Waxahachie." His love
for travel began in the Army Air Corps when he served in Paris,
France at the end of WW II on a peace keeping mission. Johnny
was a 32nd Degree Freemason Shriner in the Hella Temple, Fort
Worth. He and his wife, Dean, worshiped at First Christian
Church of Granbury.
Johnny was preceded in death by his former wives Jean,
Mary Ruth and Dean; and his sisters, Billie Whorton, Betty
Williams, Vera Holt, Inez Burkholder and Grace Houser.
Johnny is survived by his daughter, Ginger Rumfield
Burlison of Waco, Texas; son, John William Rumfield and wife,
Sue of Las Vegas, NeV; and grandsons, Matt Rumfield and Josh
Rumfield; sister, Mary Jane Rumfield of Fort Worth, Texas.
The family would like to thank the staff of The Courtyards
of Lake Granbury Assisted Living and nurses Melinda and Crystal
of Alpha Omega Hospice for the excellent care they provided to
Johnny in his last days.
Roy William Cholopisa '74
Cholopisa, 65 of Tehuacana, passed away on September 5, 2021 at
his home on the hill. A visitation with the family will be held
on Friday evening, September 10th from 6-8 p.m. at Jones Funeral
Services. His funeral service will be held Saturday, September
11, 2021 at the Methodist Church in Tehuacana at 10:00 a.m.,
followed by graveside at Tehuacana Cemetery. Afterwards, the
family will gather at the firehouse for lunch and a celebration
of Roy’s life.
Roy was born on December 7, 1955 in Fort Worth, Texas, fourth
born child of Joe and Pauline Cholopisa. He was an all-star
athlete and Mr. Carter Riverside High in 1974, his graduating
year. He went to work at Swifts. He received his nursing degree
from TCJC, where he went on to practice nursing at Twin Oaks
Hospital in Fort Worth. He always had the gift of carpentry,
deciding to hang up his scrubs for paint brushes. He became the
most sought out after painter in Tehuacana and surrounding towns
nearby. Roy knew a lot about everything, with painting being his
specialty. Roy was the type of man that would do anything for
anyone he could. After moving to Tehuacana he ran for mayor,
where he held his position until the day he passed.
He is survived by his only child, his daughter whom he loved
dearly, Carmen Zoe Cholopisa; his two brothers, Dr. Robin
Cholopisa and Joe Cholopisa; his two sisters, Betsy and Phyllis;
three nephews and two nieces, as well as other extended family.
Roy was a man of God, and a man who believed in doing your best
Thomas Elmer Knowles '65
Texas - Thomas "Tommy" Knowles, 74, went to be with the Lord,
Sunday, Aug. 22, 2021.
Funeral: 12 p.m. Monday, Aug.
30, 2021, in Greenwood Chapel. Interment: Greenwood Memorial
Park. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday at Greenwood.
Tommy was born Oct. 3, 1946, in Fort Worth. He was a U.S.
Army veteran and a longtime member of Victory Baptist in
Survivors: Wife of 54 plus years, Carol; mother, Janet
Knowles; sisters, Martha Harper, Glenda Knowles and Annabeth
Robertson; brother, Curtis Knowles; sons, Mike and wife, Simone,
Chris and wife, Valarie, Jeff and wife, Courtney and Travis and
wife, Jenny; 12 grandchildren; nieces, nephews and other family.
Kirkland "Kirk" Dee Connally '57
Dee Connally of Dallas, Texas passed away on Wednesday, July 21,
2021 at the age of 81.
He was born to Fannie Evatt and Clem L. Connally in Fort Worth,
TX. He grew up on Aster Street in the Riverside area as an
active member of Oakhurst Presbyterian Church. He attended
Oakhurst Elementary School and Riverside Junior High, and he was
graduated from Amon Carter High School. Upon graduation, his
family moved in 1957 to Little Rock.
He attended Texas Tech University and Little Rock University,
later the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. He and a friend
designed the official seal for Little Rock University. He
supported himself with various jobs during college, but never
allowed work to interfere with his social life. He was a member
of Phi Alpha Beta Fraternity, later Sigma Alpha Epsilon. He
spent so many hours playing bridge in the student union that he
said he should have a degree in bridge.
Kirk served six years in the Arkansas National Guard, and his
first full-time job was a salesman for the Frank Lyon Company in
Little Rock. He was transferred to Shreveport, then joined
Woolco Department Stores before being transferred to Dallas’ new
Northtown Mall Woolco major appliance department. The quality of
RCA products lured him to Adleta Company, where he was regional
salesman, also later working as regional salesmen for Interstate
Electric Company and the Thompson Company. He spent 39 great
years at North Texas Area TV and Appliance Dealers working with
“mom and pop” dealers. He enjoyed making a sale and many
friendships, known for his firm handshake and wide grin.
In 1966, when Kirk married Clare Bearden Connally, the daughter
of a Methodist minister, he decided it best to become Methodist.
He was an active member of Chapel Hill United Methodist where
that ready smile and handshake served in many ways.
In retirement, he thrived through community service, including
Farmers Branch City Council. His congenial nature was shared
with Farmers Branch Planning and Zoning Committee, Metrocrest
Family Medical Clinic Board and Farmers Branch Historical Park,
often portraying one of the area’s first doctors.
Keeping up with friends was a priority. Kirk’s routine included
men’s Tuesday breakfasts, Wednesday lunches and Thursday Morning
Most important, though, was his family, especially his daughter
Kim. Husband, father and grandfather, Kirk enjoyed taking family
trips and caring for his widowed mother and her bachelor
In addition to his wife, Kirk is survived by his daughter,
Kimberly Connally Rangel, her husband Joel, grandson Jacob Moses
Rangel; grandchildren, Juan Diego Munoz, Xoxi Isabell Munoz;
siblings Clem Connally, Toni H. Hensley, Ed Hosch (Marlane),
James Hosch, (Mary Jane); and numerous nephews, nieces and
David Ronald Riddle Sr. '60
is always difficult saying goodbye to someone we love and
cherish. Family and friends must say goodbye to their beloved
David Ronald Riddle Sr. of North Richland Hills, Texas, born in
Los Angeles, California, who passed away at the age of 78, on
August 24, 2021. Family and friends can send flowers and/or
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 David Ronald Riddle Sr. to show support.
He was loved and cherished by many people including : his parent
Fort Worth; his wife Marva Riddle; his children, Stacey Bowen
(Mark) and David Riddle, Jr. (Patrick Burkart); his
grandchildren, Marcus Bowen and Marti Bowen; his sister Linda
Riddle; and his pet Chewy.
Visitation will be held on Thursday, September 9th 2021 from
1:00 PM to 2:00 PM at the Hills Church (6300 NE Loop 820, North
Richland Hills, TX 76180). A celebration of life will be held on
Thursday, September 9th 2021 at 2:00 PM at the Worship Center
(5813 Broadway Ave, Haltom City, TX 76117).
Susann Susen Eller '61
Texas - Susann Mary Eller, 77, passed away August 4, 2021.
Susann was born in Tyler, Texas on October 4, 1943 to the late
William and Euna Zelma Susen. She was a graduate of Midwestern
University with a Masters in History. She was an educator for 25
years and retired from teaching at Irving High School.
She continued to serve as a substitute teacher in Weatherford,
Burleson, Aledo, TX and Ft. Walton Beach, FL. schools. She
worked as a supervisor of student teachers at Tarleton State
University. She spent her life caring and serving others through
her volunteer work as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA)
and at Meals on Wheels, Harvest House and Aledo Children's
She was an active member and volunteer at Trinity Episcopal
Church. Susann touched everyone she met with her loving heart
and genuine care of others. She was preceded in death by her
sisters, Holley Terrill and June Bartlett, her nephew, Ty
Terrill and her beloved dog Molly.
SURVIVORS: She is survived by her husband of 31 years, Johnnie
R. Eller of Burleson, Tx; daughter, Rhonda (Greg) Evers of
Aledo, Tx; son, Matt (Cameron) Cartwright of New York, NY;
stepson Richard (Renee) Eller of Atlanta, Ga; stepdaughter
Tiffany (Richard) Wybrow of Auckland, New Zealand;
grandchildren, Christopher (Delanie) Evers, Ryan (Kaitlyn)
Evers, Chloe (Rob) Rich, Emily (Scott) Nelson, John Andrew Eller
and Chase Sims; great-grandchildren Todd and Hadley Evers;
brother-in-law Terry Bartlett, nieces Tiffany, Teri and Julie
and nephew Troy and their families.
MEMORIAL SERVICE : will be held at 11 AM on Saturday, August
28, 2021 at Trinity Episcopal Church, 3401 Bellaire Dr S,
Fort Worth, Texas. The family will receive friends from 10
to 11 AM prior to the service at the church.
MEMORIALS: In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to CASA of
Meals on Wheels of North Texas www.mownct.org or
a service organization of your choice..
Published by Star-Telegram on Aug. 22, 2021.
Jack Dollins '48
was born in Fort Worth, Texas to Henry and Hazel Dollins.
Blessed with one brother, John. He graduated High School from
Amon Carter in 1948 and joined the Navy shortly thereafter. He
served in Korea on the USS Wedderburn.
Jack met the love of his life Jere, in 1961 and together they
spent 60 wonderful years together. Throughout those 60 years,
they spent almost every day together raising their children,
serving the churches they attended and making every day together
unique and special.
Jack was blessed with five children; Jeanita, Debbie, Karon,
Jack, and Stefanie as well as 13 grandkids, 24 great-grandkids,
and 7 great, great-grandkids. He was proceeded in death by his
parent's Henry and Hazel Dollins, son Jack Dollins and daughter
Jeanita Dollins Denison.
by Star-Telegram on Aug. 20, 2021.
Dwain Roland Scott '60
Roland Scott, 79, passed away peacefully on July 16, 2021, at
his home in Texoma, Texas. Dwain was born on February 17, 1942,
in Shreveport, Louisiana to Pierce and Ada Lou Scott. He grew up
in Fort Worth and attended Carter Riverside High School where he
was captain of the football team, and his father was a coach. He
went on to play college football at Tyler Junior College and
then East Texas State.
Dwain lived in the mountains of Colorado and New Mexico, and in
the plains of Oklahoma and Texas. He had an adventurous spirit
and a passion for traveling, snow skiing, motorcycling, ranching
and operating his own businesses.
Dwain was preceded in death by his loving wife Patsy and stepson
Robert, and his sister Sandra. He is survived by his daughter,
Stacie Harvison Woodcock and husband Doug, granddaughters
Alexandra and Abigail Woodcock, stepchildren Penny Lancaster,
Kathy Caudle and Bobbie Klingle Smith and their families,
brother Tom Scott and wife Kriss, and nephew Evan Scott.
Published by Star-Telegram on Jul. 30, 2021
Matta Lou McPherson Sheegog '47
Lou McPherson Sheegog was born on February 10, 1930 and was
raised in the Riverside area in Ft Worth Texas. She died
peacefully in her sleep on July 1, 2021. She married Bob Edmund
Sheegog on June 10, 1950. Mrs. Sheegog was a dedicated
homemaker, loving wife, mother, grandmother and great
grandmother. She will always be remembered by her quiet spirit
and sweet smile. She was preceded in death by her parents
Sterling and Mary McPherson and her spouse Bob Sheegog.
She is survived by her daughter Margie Sheegog Stone and
son-in-law, Greg Stone; two grandsons, Danny and Andrew and one
granddaughter Erin, and their spouses; and 8
A private graveside service will be held at Dallas Fort Worth
Published by Star-Telegram on Jul. 4, 2021.
Clyde Roger Mayes, Jr. '58
a short illness, Clyde Roger Mayes, Jr. quietly passed
away of natural causes in a hospital bed with the love of his
life, Sharon Schieffer Mayes at his side. He was 80 years old.
The only child of Clyde Roger Mayes, Sr. and Nanette Hardisty,
Roger had a good and long life with many adventures and
Roger and Sharon were married 39 years. The couple loved to
travel all over the United States, Europe and Asia. Often, they
wound up in New Orleans where they would celebrate an
anniversary with dinner at Antoine's. To escape the Texas heat
they liked to visit Maine in the summer with an itinerary that
they laughed was based on the towns and villages with the best
lobster pounds and the tastiest ice cream.
Roger proudly served our country as a Navy Lieutenant in the
Vietnam War and extended his three-year commitment to five for
shore duty in Japan during the 1960's. He never forgot the honor
of wearing the uniform and deeply respected those in the
military for all the sacrifices they make in their service to
Faith played a large role in Roger's life. For 45 years he
served as a Lay Eucharistic Minister at St Stephen's Anglican
Church in Hurst. He practiced his faith in his daily life.
Roger had a particularly soft spot in his heart for kids,
perhaps because he had lost his own father when he was only 8
years old. Roger had a very positive impact on the lives of
Amanda Lawrence who called him her substitute father, Marty
Arnevias who thought of him as another Dad and his son, young
Patrick Arnevias who had lost his mother to cancer as a toddler.
Patrick liked to call him his substitute Grandpa. The homeless,
Native Americans living on reservations and the Humane Society
also found a friend in Roger.
The children at Shriner's
also a special cause in his life. A member of the Moslah Temple
Shrine Patrol in Fort Worth, Roger enjoyed the brotherhood of
the Shriners' Circus. He took delight in selling ads for the
program and the yearly street collection to raise money for the
kids at the hospitals. One year Roger used his lifelong career
in sales to good advantage. A motorist stopped at an
intersection where he and other Shriners were making their
pitch, when one fellow rolled down his window and said his
grandson was saved by his stay at the Shriner Hospital, but no
one ever got a bill. "Sir," Roger said, "no parent or
grandparent ever receives a bill for their child from a Shrine
Hospital. That's why we have this annual collection drive for
The fellow asked him to hold on a minute while he pulled to the
side of the road. He came back a few minutes later and handed
Roger a check for $1,500 for the Shriner Hospital. Roger liked
to say that was the best sale he ever made in his life.
Roger very much enjoyed the camaraderie of the Shrine as well.
In 1998 after he had been elected Captain of the Moslah Patrol
they won the State Championship under his leadership. It was a
proud moment. Later, he would be awarded the Lifetime
Achievement Award in 2014 for his work in the Shrine. Another
very proud moment in his life.
If there was any one thing that marked Roger throughout his life
it was his work ethic.
He was a doer at a very early age. A lifeguard who taught
swimming, a caddy at Meadowbrook golf course who traded work
around the golf shop for lessons that would lead to his winning
the Fort Worth City Junior Championship, and a life-long love of
golf. Roger worked at whatever he did. In high school he became
a starting tackle on the Carter Riverside football team. Roger
was a popular teammate who never forgot where he came from. He
continued to enjoy reunions with "The Committee" a group of
Carter Riverside graduates who remained in close contact
throughout their lives. Roger went on to earn a degree at Texas
Tech University where he was a member of the Sigma Nu
A good husband, a good sailor, a good mentor, a good friend, a
good man, with a good sense of humor and a big and loving heart,
Roger Mayes life will be celebrated at St. Stephen's Anglican
Church, 7452 Precinct Line Road on Monday, July 5th at 2:00 pm.
Following the service he will be laid to rest next to his
beloved father in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, 2301 N. Sylvania in Fort
He is survived by his wife, Sharon Schieffer Mayes; his
brothers-in-law, Bob and Tom Schieffer; his sisters-in-law, Pat
and Susanne Schieffer; his nieces, Susan Schieffer and Sharon
Schieffer Baird; his nephew, Paul Schieffer; his three
great-nieces, Martha, Lucy and Annabelle; his great-nephew,
Miles; as well as his honorary daughter, Amanda Lawrence; his
honorary son, Marty Arnevias; his very special honorary
grandson, Patrick Arnevias; as well as a legion of friends.
Published by Star-Telegram on Jul. 4, 2021.
Brett Farmer '83
Texas - Brett Farmer passed away on May 30, 2021 from pancreatic
cancer. He will be remembered for his love of family, history
and trivia. Although raised in Fort Worth, he called Tyler and
Lake Palestine home. He attended Texas A&M University and
received a Masters' Degree in History from the University of
A long time employee of Mercado's
Restaurante, he enjoyed his work and the numerous customers who
became good friends. Thank you to all who recognized his innate
kindness, friendship and loyalty.
Brett is survived by his father, C.M.
(Neal) Farmer II and his stepmother, Mary Frances, two sisters,
brother, stepsister, their spouses, aunts, uncles, nieces,
nephews and cousins.
Memorial service for family and close
friends will be scheduled for a later date. In lieu of flowers
or other memorials, please make a donation in Brett's name to
Hospice of East Texas, Tyler. www.hospiceofeasttexas.org.
Janis Joy Burton Quintanilla '74
Janis Joy Burton Quintanilla, age 64, passed away on Thursday,
May 13, 2021 at Palestine Regional Medical Center. Service
arrangements by the family will be announced at a later time.
Priscilla Ann Winborne Cox '61
WORTH-Priscilla Cox passed away Saturday, May 1, 2021 at the age
MEMORIAL SERVICE: 6:30 P.M. Friday, May 7, 2021 at
Bethesda Community Church.
Priscilla was born July 4, 1943 in Fort Worth,
Texas to the late Milton and Rena Winborne. She was a loving
mother, grandmother, great grandmother and friend and will be
Priscilla is preceded in by her parents; beloved
husband of 58 years, Carl Cox; and brother, Ron Winborne.
SURVIVORS: Son, Kevin Cox; son, Chad Cox;
granddaughter, Amanda Cox; great grandson, August Cox; and many
Betty Margaret Cole Brown
Broadie Schubert '44
WORTH - Betty Margaret Cole Brown Broadie Schubert, 93, passed
away Sunday, April 25, 2021, at Riverside Inn Memory Care in
Fort Worth, Texas.
Betty was born August 30, 1927 to O.
D. and Edna Cole of Haltom City near Fort Worth, Texas and was
the oldest of three siblings. Betty attended TCU and worked for
the GSA during World War II. She married A.E. "Boots" Brown in
1947 and raised two children, Ronnie and Darlene, in Richland
Hills. After Boot's death in 1971, she married D. W. Broadie,
owner of Broadie's Aircraft at Meacham Field in 1973. After
Broadie's death in 2000, she married Frank Brittain "Britt"
Schubert of North Richland Hills in 2010 until his death in
Betty was a loving wife and homemaker
who loved to cook. She had a passion for playing the organ and
exceled in sewing, quilting, decorating, and entertaining her
friends and family. She loved to travel and was an avid reader.
She was a charter member of Richland Hills Methodist Church, and
later a member of Oakhurst Presbyterian and then St. Luke
Betty was preceded in death by her
parents, her daughter, Darlene Brown Grantland; her brother, O.
D. Cole of Mineral Wells; and her sister, Joyce Birchfield of
She is survived by her son, Ron Brown;
and grandchildren, Paul Brown and Rob Brown; son-in-law, Jerry
Grantland; stepdaughter, Delaine Godwin (John); grandchildren,
Marla Richards, Lori Nelson, John R. Godwin, and Dan Godwin;
stepson Ken Broadie (Kay); grandchildren, Allisen Prigel and
Clint Broadie; stepdaughter, Nancy Stroud (Laythan); stepson,
Frank Schubert (Lisa) and 7 grandchildren, 20
great-grandchildren and 2 great-great-grandchildren.
Weldon Maurice "Buddy" Lucas '57
Worth, Texas - Buddy, a loving husband, father, grandfather and
friend to many passed away peacefully and went to be with his
Lord and Savior on April 12th at the age of 82.
Buddy was born
in Fort Worth on February 25, 1939 to Weldon M. Lucas Sr. & wife
Kathryn Haley Lucas. He attended Carter-Riverside High School
where he met the love of his life, Valerie Forrester. The two
later married on April 15, 1960 and enjoyed 60 years of
school, Buddy continued his education at Texas Christian
University where he played guard for the Horned Frog football
team. Buddy graduated with a degree in Business.
Valerie made their home in Dallas where they raised their
children and were active members of the community. Buddy enjoyed
a long and successful career in the optical business. He was
formerly Executive Vice President of Pearle Vision overall
manufacturing and distribution facilities. His final position
was President of Omega Optical Co. Under his leadership, Omega
became the largest optical lab in the US.
preceded in death by his parents and sister, Lea Jane Bell of
Kerrville, Tx. Buddy is survived by wife Valerie, children Jeff
and wife Anya of Cedar Creek Lake, daughter Jill Giddens and
husband Brady of Dallas and son Andy and wife Teri of Glen Rose,
Texas. Buddy leaves behind seven beautiful grandchildren: Tate,
Grey and Reese Giddens; Lauren and Grace Lucas; Hailee Medwedeff
(husband Michael and son Michael Andrew) and Emily Herring. Also
survived by niece Belinda Smith of Leawood, Kansas and nephews
Ben and Bill Bell of Houston.
Star-Telegram on Apr. 18, 2021.
Alfred "Al" Mayfield '62
Worth, Texas - Alfred "Al" Mayfield, 77, was born in Fort Worth
on Jan. 20, 1944 and died on March 11, 2021.
No services have been planned at this
Al attended Carter-Riverside High
School, TCU and TWU. He started his career selling real estate
and developing land projects. In the early '80s AI went to work
for Lone Star Gas in sales and marketing. He worked for a short
time at TXU, then returned to Atmos Energy where he eventually
retired. AI had many friends at Atmos and enjoyed working there.
He remained friends with these coworkers and their love and
encouragement meant a great deal to him.
AI and his wife, Linda, enjoyed
camping and loved traveling to New Mexico and Colorado in their
Airstream trailers - Bambi and Happy Trails.
Greg Shambaugh (Teacher @ Middle
Worth, Texas - Greg Shambaugh passed away on February 20, 2021
at home. The world lost a generous, thoughtful, loving man that
day. Greg was a beloved husband, father, and grandfather. He
never failed to help friends and family with any task from home
repair to soul repair. He was a storyteller as well as a
terrific listener, and his stories often ended with laughter all
Greg was born in Nebraska and moved
with his mother and brother to Fort Worth three years later. He
attended Arlington Heights High and graduated in 1966. He chose
Tarleton State University and completed both his Bachelor and
Masters Degrees there. He completed his Master Degree in 1976.
The friends he made at Tarleton State were his best friends
until the end.
Greg taught Industrial Arts, Drafting,
and Photography courses for many years at Riverside Middle
School. Later, he served as Vice-Principal at Kirkpatrick Middle
School and Meacham Middle School.
He was a positive force in the lives
of many children, but none more so than his sons, Scott
Shambaugh and Jon Norwood. His wife, Kay, was lucky enough to
share his life and love for 37 years.
Greg is survived by his wife, Kay; his
sons, Scott Shambaugh (Tessa) of Richland Hills and Jon Norwood
(Stacy) of Allen, Texas. His five grandchildren will miss Poppo
the most. They are Kate, Holland, and Marley Shambaugh and Logan
and Hudson Norwood. Other surviving members of the family are
his nephew Steve Shambaugh and sister-in-law Sue Shambaugh who
live in Florida. He also has a large number of cousins that he
held dear. Some of his favorite times were spent with his
cousins (from New York, Chicago, New Mexico, Texas, and
California) in Las Vegas. Tom Griswold, James Talley, and many
other members of his Tarleton crew are also part of his favorite
times. They are asked to play a round of golf in his honor.
A memorial will be held for friends
and family as soon as the pandemic is under control. Donations
to the American Cancer Society will be a welcome tribute for
Published in Star-Telegram on Mar.
Geraldine Annette "Gerry" Flippo
Texas - Geraldine Annette "Gerry" Flippo Crues, age 88, went to
be with the Lord on February 28, 2021, following a long illness
from a head injury. She was preceded in death by her daughter
Nancy Surprenant of Katy, Texas. She is survived by her husband
Dale, son Roger and wife Tonya, grandson Scott, and sister Helen
Whitener of Weatherford, Texas, and son-in-law Rob Surprenant of
Katy, Texas. Gerry was a long-time member of Stonebriar
Community Church in Frisco, Texas, and a member of the Grace
Gathering Fellowship class. Graveside services will be held at
2:30 pm on Thursday, March 4, 2021, at Rest Haven Memorial Park.
A gathering of family and friends will take place prior to the
service from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm at The Gathering at Rest Haven
Funeral Home-Rockwall Location.
Patricia Gayle Pittman Clark '61
Gayle Pittman Clark, age 77, graduated to glory on February 18,
2021. Pat was born on September 21, 1943 in Fort Worth, Texas.
She was the firstborn of Woodrow Wilson Pittman and Della Mae
Wright Pittman. She has one sister, Nelda Jean Roik. Pat grew up
in Fort Worth and attended Amon Carter-Riverside High School.
She married the love of her life, Jimmy Clark, on February 15,
1971 at First Baptist Church of Durant, OK where Pat's parents
were previously married. Pat and Jimmy just celebrated their 50th
anniversary. They raised three sons together.
Pat and Jimmy Clark
are longtime members at North Richland Hills Baptist Church
where she played an active role at Cornerstone Counseling
Center, the young marrieds' class, the singles' bible study
group, Mom to Mom, and her women's luncheon group. Pat loved
people, and she has influenced the lives of so many. All who
knew her know what an encourager she was. This was her gift, and
she used it well to bring women together in discipleship.
Pat is survived by
her husband Jimmy Clark of North Richland Hills, TX; her younger
sister Nelda Roik and husband Ron of Haslet, TX; Three sons:
Randy Clark and wife Amy of Slidell, LA, Chip and Julia Mundy of
Dallas/Fort Worth, and Josh Clark and wife Sheila of Austin, TX;
as well as seven grandchildren who know her as Honey. She will
be dearly missed. Thank you, Honey, for showing us the
importance of loving others well. You have been an encourager to
so many. You've finally made it home and we know you'll have so
many new stories to share with us when we see you again.
A celebration of life
service will be held at North Richland Hills Baptist Church on
Saturday, March 13th at 11:00 a.m. Please bring a mask. In lieu
of flowers, donations may be made to Cornerstone Assistance
Network, 3500 Noble Avenue, Fort Worth, TX 76111.
Jennifer Lynn Sullivan
Lynn Mothershead, 47, a loving mother, daughter, sister, and
friend, was called to be with the Lord on February 12th, 2021.
Jennifer was born December 13th, 1973
to Chris Sullivan and Lucy Lee in Fort Worth, Texas.
She was a creative seamstress and
loving caregiver. If Jennifer saw a person or animal in need she
was quick to lend a hand.
She met and began dating her husband
of nearly 24 years at Amon Carter High School. They passed away
just 9 minutes apart.
Those left to honor and celebrate her
memory are her children; Alec Mothershead and Hailey Mothershead,
her mother; Lucy Lee, and her brother; Dennis Sullivan. As well
as many other extended family members and a host of friends.
Steven Kyle Mothershead '90
‘Kyle’ Mothershead, 48, a loving father, son, brother, uncle,
and friend, was called to be with the Lord on February 12th,
Kyle was born July 2nd, 1972 to Bill
and Karon Mothershead in Fort Worth, Texas.
He was a fantastic cook and fisherman
who never failed to make someone laugh with a well timed joke.
He met and began dating his wife of
nearly 24 years at Amon Carter High School. They passed away
just 9 minutes apart.
Those left to honor and celebrate his
memory are his children; Alec Mothershead and Hailey Mothershead,
and his siblings; Christine Rust, John Mothershead, and Sherry
Mothershead. As well as many other extended family members and a
host of friends.
Carl Robert Anderson (Coach)
Texas - Carl Robert Anderson, best known as Captain or Coach,
passed away on February 17, 2021. He was born in 1964 to Neva
Mae Mills and Herman Thomas Anderson. He was a loving husband to
Ann Marie; a proud father to Carly Ann and Austin; and a proud
Captain to his grandson, Lincoln Robert.
Carl attended Haltom High School where
he played football and baseball. He fell in love with Ann Marie
Baxter in 1984 and one year later, they were married on June 7,
1985 - it was the rodeo sweetheart's Levi's and blue eyeshadow
that sealed the deal. In 1991, just before Carly Ann was born,
Carl graduated from Texas Wesleyan University and, three years
later, their little family was complete with the arrival of
Austin. Being a dad to Carly Ann and Austin was Carl's greatest
accomplishment and he made sure everyone knew just how proud he
was of his kids.
Carl landed his first job after
college at Carter-Riverside High School where he coached
football and was the head baseball coach, kicking off a 30 year
career inspiring students and molding young athletes into better
Carl is preceded in death by his
parents. He is survived by his wife of 35 years, Ann Marie and
his children, Carly Ann and future son-in-law, Alex Akrawi and
Austin; grandson, Lincoln; sister, Linda and husband, Bo;
brother-in-law, Kevin and wife, Paige; in-laws, Norma and Mitch
Baxter; aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews; and a host
A graveside service will be held on
Friday, February 26 at 10:00 am at Mount Olivet in Fort Worth.
The family asks that you please maintain social distance and
wear a mask for the duration of the service.
Published in Star-Telegram on Feb.
Callie Roxann Langston Leonard
was a dedicated Christian, mother, and wife above all else. She
always demonstrated what true loyalty and faithfulness to family
really means and set a wonderful example for her family and all
that knew her.
She lived a giving life, dedicating
her time and heart to all that were in need. She cherished
caring for others, co-founded the Wounded Doves ministry, and
worked to improve the lives of over 60 women and children.
She loved to sing! She performed in
choirs and ensembles her entire life. Her craft company, His
Glory Crafts, was a light in her life for many years. Roxann was
incredibly creative and took joy in creating decorations, scrap
booking, playing the piano and ukulele and spending time with
Roxann never met a stranger, in fact,
she knew just about everyone. She loved without hesitation and
had an unmatched compassion that she openly shared. Visiting
with anyone who needed a friend, she was overflowing with love,
hugs, and laughs. She was always grateful for her many lifelong
friendships she cherished.
Every day, Roxann read the obituaries
in the paper to see if she was "in there". Well, you finally
made it, and we hope it is everything you wanted it to be. You
are so dearly missed. "Goodnight, sleep tight, don't let the bed
bugs bite, I love you, I love you the most, sweet dreams, sweet
Funeral: 2:30 p.m. Tuesday,
February 23rd at Mount Olivet Chapel. Burial and graveside
service will follow at Mount Olivet Cemetery. Live streaming
video will be available for the service. Visitation: 6:00
p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Monday, February 22nd at Mount Olivet.
Sydna Carrol Fry Hinkle '64
Worth, Texas - Sydna Carrol (Fry) Hinkle was born on August 30,
1946 in Fort Worth, TX to the late Sybyl W. (Hamilton) Fry and
James Clyde "J.C." Fry. She passed away on January 15, 2021 in
a graduate of Carter Riverside High School and has been
instrumental in organizing reunions and gatherings since her
graduation. She worked and retired for Birdville Independent
School District after 27 years; and was the secretary at O.H.
Stowe where she was so proud to know every student that attended
there. She was a Haltom Buffalo football fan and enjoyed
attending their games with her children and grandchildren. She
also was a loyal Texas Ranger and Dallas Cowboy fan as well.
preceded in death by her parents and great grandson, Bentley.
She is survived by her sons, Wes Pinkston of Fort Worth and
Boomer Pinkston and wife, Danna of Haltom City; grandchildren,
Kody Pinkston, Dylan Pinkston, Taylor Pinkston, Lane Pinkston,
and Morgan Pinkston; 7 great-grandchildren; two sisters, Paula
Cotton of Fort Davis, and Karla Hinkle of Mansfield; as well as
numerous nieces, nephews, and extended family members. The
family will be holding private services.
in Star-Telegram on Jan. 24, 2021.
Nancy Kay Prothro Alexander '53
Texas - Kay Alexander, 84, passed away peacefully January 20,
service: 3 p.m. Tuesday, January 26th, 2021 at Mount Olivet
born to Gettis and Velrea Prothro on May 4th, 1936 in Fort
Worth. She graduated from Carter Riverside High School. Kay got
her nursing degree from University of North Texas. She retired
from nursing with over 40 years of service. She was a member of
Martin United Methodist Church. Kay will always be remembered as
a woman who was larger than life, she touched many hearts and
lives and her memory will always be cherished.
in death by: Daughter, Becky Ann Bentle; parents, Gettis and
Survivors; Husband, Johnny Alexander; children, Sharilyn Rumrill
and husband, Jerry; Melinda Cagle; and Bryan Bentle;
grandchildren, Kacey Goss; Morgan Cooper; and Logan Rumrill;
five great-grandchildren; and sister, Judy Spinella.
in Star-Telegram on Jan. 24, 2021.
Pamela Hames Price '68
20, 1950 - January 7, 2021
Azle, Texas - Pamela
Hames Price passed into heaven on January 7, 2021, due to
Pam, born on November
20, 1950, to William Henry Hames and Wanda LaMarr Hames, the
builders of the Forrest Park Train and rides and the Bill Hames
Shows. Pam Christened the first Forrest Park Train with a milk
bottle on its inaugural run.
Pam attended Fort
Worth schools and was a featured twirler for the Carter
Riverside High School Eagle Band from the time she was in junior
high through high school.
In her twenty's Pam
showed Palomino Horses, and her horse, Sky King, won the
Palomino Grand Champion Trophy five years in a row, placing at
the Fort Worth, San Antonio, and Houston stock shows.
Pam graduated from
Texas Wesleyan University majoring in Speech and Drama and did
graduate work at TCU. Pam was a certified Mediator and worked
many years in her husband's law office in Azle, Texas.
Pam loved animals,
and over the years, took in many stray dogs and cats, and fed,
outside her back door: racoons, opossums, deer, coyotes, foxes,
and a Chupacabra. The animals truly lost a friend.
Pam and her husband,
Kenneth, enjoyed traveling, and participating in ballroom and
country and western dancing.
Pam was predeceased
by her parents, and her son, Michael Sean Latham. Pam is
survived by her loving husband, best friend and dance partner,
Kenneth N. Price, her daughter, Sasha Koziak, her two grandsons,
her "favorite people in the whole wide world," Valantyn Koziak
and Bennett Koziak, and by her Stepchildren, Leigh Ann Bass,
Brad Latham, Kenneth "Neal" Price, Milton "Matt" Price, and
Angela Price and their children, Ella, Anne, Ryan, Noah, Liam,
and Luke Price. She is missed by her babies, Starr, Beau and
A celebration of
Pam's life will be held when this pandemic is over.
Star-Telegram on Jan. 11, 2021.
Helen White Rightmire '47
Texas - Helen W. Rightmire, 91, passed away on Christmas day
2020 at her daughter's home in Winters, TX.
Funeral: 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at
Greenwood Chapel. Interment: Greenwood Memorial Park.
Visitation: 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Wednesday prior to service.
She was born in Fort Worth, TX on
December 7, 1929 to Oscar and Irene White. Helen graduated from
Amon G. Carter Riverside High School as Salutatorian and went on
to attend Texas Christian University where she earned her
Bachelor's degree in Business, graduating Cum Laude. After
graduation, Helen worked at the Fort Worth division of the
National Labor Relations Board.
She met the love of her life G.R.
"Dick" Rightmire in August 1953 and they were married one year
later. They shared 64 1/2 years together until his passing in
2019. Their many mutual interests included playing musical
instruments, ballroom dancing, reading, traveling and pets.
Helen was an avid gardener, serving as
President of the Fort Worth Garden Club and Fort Worth Cactus
and Succulent Society. She won many ribbons for her flower
arrangements and irises at flower shows and was a noted speaker
at various DFW garden clubs.
Later in life, Helen and Dick formed a
3-person band with piano, trombone and stand-up bass; performing
at area nursing homes, assisted living facilities, retirement
centers and Octoberfest.
She and her husband were also avid
travelers and explored over 6 continents and 55 countries.
She was known as a generous,
kindhearted, quick witted person with an infectious laugh.
Helen was preceded in death by her
husband, Dick Rightmire; parents, Oscar and Irene White; sister,
Ray Bryant and nieces, Sue and Brenda.
She is survived by her daughters, Dr.
Karen Rightmire of Winters, TX, Holly Lecuyer and husband, Mike;
grandsons, John and Bryan, and special cat, Sweetie Pie.
Published in Star-Telegram on Jan. 3,
Patricia Ann Schenider Braudrick
North Richland Hills, Texas - Patricia
Ann Braudrick, 79, passed away peacefully on December 27, 2020
with her husband and family by her side. Patricia was born
August 12, 1941 in Wewoka, Oklahoma, the eldest daughter of
Sylvester and Jossie Evelyn Schneider, she attended Amon Carter
High School. On October 25, 1957, Patricia married the love of
her life, Carril Junior Braudrick. They celebrated 63 years of
marriage living in the home they built, in Smithfield, Texas.
Patricia worked in management for Dairy Queen and Braums, until
retirement. She, loved weekend trips, camping, sewing,
traveling, and being with family and friends.
Patricia was preceded in death by her
parents, her sister, Sue Smith, and other beloved family
Survivors include Husband, Carril
Junior Braudrick; Daughter, Kanetha Ann Welch, her husband Don
Welch; Sons, James Marvin Braudrick, Carril Michael Braudrick,
and his wife, Stephanie Braudrick; Daughter, Jeannette Gail
Nichols, her husband Jace Nichols. She also leaves behind 9
grandchildren, 20 great- grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins
and her beloved sisters, Kay, Tammie, Sylvia, Dorothy, and
Visitation: January 4, 2021, 12:00-
01:00pm Roberts Family Funeral Home
Funeral Service: January 4, 2021, 1:00
pm Roberts Family Funeral Home
Interment: January 4, 2021, 3:00 pm
Bluebonnet Hills Cemetery.
James Ray Jefferson '48
WORTH--James Ray Jefferson, lifelong resident of Fort Worth,
passed away Friday, December 18, 2020.
Memorials: In lieu of
flowers, Ray requests donations to be made to the Men's
Basketball Scholarship Fund at Texas Wesleyan University in Fort
Ray was born to O.H.
Jefferson and Minnie Adkins Jefferson on April 24, 1930. His
public education was fulfilled in FWISD and he graduated from
Carter Riverside where he lettered in baseball and basketball.
The day after graduation, Ray went to work for American Airlines
at Meacham Field.
In 1950, Ray accepted
an athletic scholarship to Texas Wesleyan, then, in 1951, he
enlisted in the United States Marine Corps. While at Texas
Wesleyan, he played basketball, golf, and tennis. He captained
the basketball and golf teams. He earned ten varsity letters and
became the only three-sport letterman in TWC history. He was
inducted to the Texas Wesleyan Sports Hall of Fame in 1984.
After college graduation, he received a commission and served as
communications officer of a field artillery battery with the
12th Marines of the 3rd Mardiv in Japan and Okinawa. He was
honorably discharged in 1956.
Ray retired from a
long career in the sporting goods industry.
He was a member and
volunteer for his beloved Oakhurst neighborhood, where he was
born and raised. Ray will be laid to rest in a part of the
cemetery that was just a thicket where he and his childhood
buddies once played.
Ray is preceded in
death by his parents; and a sister, Anna Belle Horn.
Ray is survived by
his children, David Jefferson and his wife, Barbara of
Pflugerville, Eddie Jefferson of Fort Worth, Mary Sillivent and
her husband, Greg of Granbury; his grandchildren, Greg Sillivent,
Skylar Sillivent, Katherine Jefferson, Cody Sillivent, Amanda
Jefferson, Evan Jefferson, and Jackson Jefferson; his
great-grandchildren, Gage Sillivent, Ryker Sillivent and
Charlotte Sillivent, and his big sister, Betty Jane Joyner.
were held on December 23, 2020 at the Mt. Olivet Cemetery on
Robert Lee Hefley '60
Texas - Robert Lee Hefley, 78, passed away on Monday, December
14, 2020 in Mansfield.
Funeral: 11 a.m. Saturday, December
19, at Wade Family Funeral Home, 4140 W. Pioneer Parkway,
Arlington. Visitation: 10-11 a.m. prior to the service at the
Robert was born on November 14, 1942
in Fort Worth, Texas to Robert Delzell Hefley and Ellen Irene
Dick Hefley. He was raised in Fort Worth and graduated from
Carter-Riverside High School and Texas Wesleyan University.
Robert married Norma Jane Curtis on June 30, 1967 in Arlington.
He worked as an accountant most of his life and owned H&H Tax
and Financial Services, the family firm, with his children.
Robert was a member of First Baptist Church in Burleson.
Survivors: Wife, Jane Hefley; sons, Lee Dwayne Hefley, Bobby
King and wife, Holli; daughter, Trista Faulks and husband, Cody;
sister, Mary Woods; and grandchildren, Jordan King, Beau King,
Elizabeth Hefley and Grant Faulks.
Bobby Joe "BJ" Corder '66
Texas - Bobby Joe (B.J.) Corder, age 73, of Brock, Texas, passed
away peacefully at home surrounded by his family on Friday,
December 11, 2020, after a long fight with Progressive
Bobby was born in Fort Worth,
Texas, and graduated from Carter Riverside High School in 1966.
He attended Texas Wesleyan College before joining the Fort Worth
Police Department. He retired from the department in 2000 as a
Captain after serving the community for over 30 years.
A lifelong learner, Bobby was known for his quiet, steadfast
demeanor. There was nothing that he couldn't master, and in
retirement, he took on massive projects including landscaping,
remodeling and building homes for family members. He enjoyed
taking road trips all over the country, stopping to enjoy
museums or pick up hidden gems in antique or art shops along the
way. He also loved collecting and gifting artwork. As a skilled
woodworker, he spent endless hours refurbishing antiques or
crafting furniture that will be cherished in the family for
Above all, Bobby loved his family. He was the best
husband, father, and grandfather. He was a man of few words, but
those close to him knew that, when he had something to say, it
was worth listening to. He was a generous, wise, kind, and
gentle man with a sense of humor uniquely his. He was proud of
his children and grandchildren and celebrated them at every
holiday or life event, large or small. Traveling to and
attending grandchildren's ball games was always a highlight of
Bobby was the rock of his family and a source of
protection from anything and everything any of his children ever
encountered. Bobby's presence will always be felt.
Bobby is preceded in death by his father, Nolan John
Corder Jr.; his stepmother, Vivian Corder; his mother, Iris Jo
Casey Corder; his sister, Dianne Corder Hoffman; his brother,
Rodney Corder; and many canine and feline family members.
Bobby is survived by his partner and spouse of fifty-three
years, Gloria Corder; three children and their spouses, Faith
James (Larry), John Corder (Joelene), Michael Corder (Laura);
six grandchildren, Kendall (Jacob), Hayden (Kristen), Grace,
Preston, Graham, Luke; great-grandson, Jaxon; brother-in-law,
Dalton Hoffman; sister-in-law, Barbara Corder; brother-in-law,
Dennis Clingman, sister-in-law, Gale Boyd (Tommy); his rescue
lab, Luna; and so many other loving family members and friends.
A private memorial will be held at a later date. In lieu
of flowers, memorial donations may be given to your local food
bank or the charity of your choice.
Bobby's children would like to express their sincere
appreciation and admiration to their mother for the love, care,
and support she provided to their Dad these past several years.
Also, many thanks to the team of medical providers and
caregivers who have supported Bobby and his family including the
PSP Clinic at UTSW, family physician Dr. Nusrat Khan, and most
recently Alpha Omega Hospice and Heaven Sent Home Health.
Nancy Darlene Dillow Denton '57
for Nancy D. Denton, 81, of Cleburne will be conducted at 2:00
P.M., Monday, December 14, 2020 in the Crosier-Pearson Cleburne
Chapel. Reverend Todd Ledbetter, Reverend Charles Payne and
Reverend Don Wills will officiate. Entombment will follow at
Greenacres Memorial Park Mausoleum. Visitation will be 4:00-6:00
P.M., Sunday, December 13, 2020 at the funeral home.
Nancy D. Denton
passed away Thursday, December 10, 2020 in Fort Worth. She was
born March 15, 1939 in Decatur, Illinois to Robert and Pauline (Crisman)
Dillow. She was a 1957 graduate of Carter Riverside High School
in Fort Worth. She was self employed as a book keeper for over
50 years. Nancy was a member of Calvary Baptist Church of
Nancy is survived by
her children, Eugenia Dean of Haltom City, Melanie Layland of
Cleburne, April Edwards of Cleburne; grandchildren Lindy,
Amanda, Mark, Jr, Craig, Jacob , Carl, Charlotte; 13
great-grandchildren; cousins, Linda Joiner and Randy Callison.
Nancy is preceded in
death by her parents; son, Mark Denton Sr., brother, Bobby
Dillow; sister, Sharon Dillow; grandson, Hunter Denton; cousin,
Carl Dean Callison, Jr.; aunt and uncle, Carl, Sr.and Margaret
Published on December
June Marie Dougherty Head '47
Marie Dougherty Head, of Keller, Texas was born February 3, 1930
in Fort Worth, Texas to Edna Pansy Dougherty and Adron Tom
Dougherty. She passed peacefully to her heavenly home on
December 9, 2020 at the age of 90. She was a beloved daughter,
wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and educator.
June began attending Riverside Baptist
Church as a young girl. It's where she spent most of her time
growing up. She joined the church on Easter Sunday when she was
thirteen. Her Aunt Elsie told her she was at church every time
the doors opened because she so loved Bible studies, banquets,
and other activities there. June graduated from Carter Riverside
High School and then attended Texas Wesleyan College. Chemistry
class was life changing for her, because of the boy named Johnny
Head that sat on the row in front of her. They had their first
date on December 17, 1948. June graduated with a double major in
Elementary Education and Home Economics in 1951. After
graduation, she began her teaching career at Oakhurst
Elementary, in Fort Worth, where she had attended as a child.
June married the love of her life,
Johnny Winfred Head on December 30, 1954. They made their first
home in Hawaii while Johnny was in the Navy. Together, they
raised their three boys in the Meadowbrook area of Fort Worth.
Some of the fondest memories they made as a family were yearly
camping trips to New Mexico, Colorado and Arkansas. Other
favorite trips were to Washington D.C. and Disney Land.
June returned to teaching in 1976 and
taught at both A.M. Pate Elementary and Meadowbrook Elementary.
She loved teaching and the wonderful teachers at both schools.
She retired in 1992 after 20 years of service in the Fort Worth
Independent School District where she touched many lives
throughout her career in education.
After retirement, June and Johnny
traveled extensively and enjoyed spending time with their
grandchildren. June continued teaching Sunday School at
Riverside Baptist Church as she had done most of her adult life.
June's life truly modeled the wise,
joyful Christian woman. She loved God, her family, friends and
her dog, Brady. She enjoyed painting and playing Bingo with her
many friends at the Keller Senior Activities Center, playing
Canasta with her friends in the Greater Keller Women's Club and
sitting in the backyard swing. Christmas was always her favorite
time of the year.
June is preceded in death by her
parents, Adron and Edna Dougherty; and her loving husband of 58
years, Johnny Winfred Head.
She is survived by her sons, Bryan S.
Head (Kathy), David W. Head (Norma) and Donald A. Head
(Kimberly); grandchildren, D.C. Wilson (Lauren), Cayse Perales
and Haylee Head; great-grandchildren, Jayden Lopez and Liam
Perales. She dearly loved her first cousins Cherrie Jo Garrett
and Paul Griffin who were like a brother and sister to her, as
well as her nieces, nephews and cousins.
The family will hold a private,
graveside service at Mount Olivet Cemetery, 2301 N. Sylvania
Avenue, Fort Worth, Texas on Thursday, December 17, 2020.
Memorials: Contributions in memory of
June may be made to Oak Knoll Baptist Church in Fort Worth, The
Gideons International, The Salvation Army or the charity of your
Eddie John Dees, Sr. '50
John Dees, Sr., age 88, of
Coleman, died Tuesday, October 20, 2020, at his residence. Due
to CoVID19 there will be no memorial service at this time. Mr.
Dees’ wishes were to be cremated and his family is honoring that
request. Arrangements are under the direction of Stevens
Funeral Home, Coleman.
Eddie John Dees, Sr.
was born September 2, 1932, in Duncan, Oklahoma, a son of Doyce
B. Dees and Lila Conn Dees. He grew up in Fort Worth where he
also attended school and graduated from Paschal High School. He
attended and graduated from North Texas State University (U.N.T)
in Fort Worth with a Bachelor of Music degree. In 1952 he
married Jatis Perryman in Shreveport, Louisiana and she preceded
him in death on November 30, 2018. Following graduation from
college, he began a long career as an educator and school
counselor. He lived in Porter, Texas for many years and moved
to Santa Anna in 2012 and then to Coleman. As a young man, he
played in a jazz band. He was a gifted pianist. Following his
retirement as an educator, he enjoyed fixing things and
He is survived by his
three children, Lynne Dees and husband William R. Crawford of
Bedford, Layle Dees of Coleman and Eddie John Dees, Jr. of
Coleman; one grandson, Joshua Shane Dees of Fort Worth; one
sister, Judith Ann Lieberman and husband Joseph of Whitehouse
Station, New Jersey; sister-in-law, Jan Henderson of Spring.
He is preceded in
death by his parents, wife and brothers, Doyce Dees and Barry
suggested in memory of Eddie to the Wounded Warrior Project at
condolences and messages of comfort can be expressed to the
family at www.livingmemorials.com. Stevens Funeral Home is
honored to serve the Dees family.
Donna Kay Wilson Roberts '86
Falls ~ Donna Kay Wilson Roberts, 51, passed away peacefully at
United Regional Hospital on Jan. 1, 2020.
Donna was born Jan. 11, 1968, in Fort
Worth to Jerry and Kathy Wilson. She was married to Charlie
Roberts from 1984 until 2009. She continued to live in the Fort
Worth area until her recent move to Wichita Falls.
Those left to cherish Donna’s memory
include her father, Jerry Wilson and wife, Judy, of Granbury;
her mother Kathy Kennedy and husband, Dawayne, of Bridgeport;
her daughters Ashley and husband, Tyson, and Hollie and husband,
Aaron; son Trey; sister Jennifer Stacey of Granbury; brother
Jeff Wilson and wife, Stormy, also from Granbury; stepsisters
Nataleigh Wilson from Granbury, Caprice Garrett and husband,
Dwayne, and stepbrothers Kelly Kennedy and Brandon Kennedy and
wife Miste, all from Bridgeport; three granddaughters and one
grandson; and a host of nieces and nephews.
A private, family memorial service is
planned at a later date.
David Samuel Hunt '73
, Texas - David Hunt passed away after a six year battle with
colon cancer. Services will be held at a later date next year.
David was a Fort Worth Police officer in 1978 and received the
police medal for valor in 1980. David continued his community
service by remaining a Tarrant Co. Sheriff til 2013.He worked
for Koslows, Neiman Marcus, and then started David Hunt Furs
Inc. in Fort Worth, Texas. It is now owned and operated by his
son Andrew Hunt.
He is survived by his wife of 36
years,Teresa Hunt their daughter Lauren Hunt Brogdon, who is
married to Blake Brogdon and daughter Ashley. son, Andrew David
Hunt married to Madeline Fiker Hunt. David's father Don Hunt and
sister Suzi Gamez.
James "Jimmy" Pedigo '54
Worth, Texas - James "Jimmy" Pedigo (respectfully and
affectionately known as 'Pedigo') passed on November 23, 2020,
with family by his side.
Pedigo was born in Pilot Point, TX to Virginia and George on
October 10th, 1935. As a young man Pedigo was an avid baseball
player and devoted son, working many jobs to help take care of
He served his country as a Marine in
the Korean War and was a retired Captain for the City of Irving
Pedigo had a fierce zest for life and
deep love for his family and friends. His dedication and love
for his golf game and fellow golfing friends was his passion. He
enjoyed watching westerns and sports, showing off at the golf
course, was an avid Raiders Fan, loved having breakfast with his
family in his favorite booth at the Haltom City Cafe, and
deepening his relationship with God.
SURVIVORS: His loving wife of 26
years, Debbie Pedigo; their six children, Joni McDonnell (Mac),
Ace Pedigo (Toyah), Jeri George (Barry), Kari Snodgrass
(Philip), Jennifer Kawcak (John), Brandon Louthan; sister,
Connie Brannon; grandkids and great-grandchildren.
James Pedigo was preceded in death by
his parents; brother, Sonny; sister, Emia.
The viewing will be held November 30, 2020 from 6-8 p.m. and
everyone is welcome to attend.
Funeral service will be held December 1, 2020 at 12:00 p.m. Due
to Covid restrictions, the service will be limited seating.
However, live stream option is available through Greenwood
Graveside service will follow immediately after with no
In lieu of flowers, the family welcomes memorials to
the American Cancer Society.
Judy A. Harwell Fritts '64
WORTH - On Thursday, October 22nd 2020 Judy Fritts got her wings
to walk with the angels.
Judy was born on November 09th 1946 to Jake and Darleen Harwell
here in Fort Worth.
Judy remained in Fort Worth to raise her family. Judy loved her
kids, grandkids and great grandchild more than life itself. She
loved spending time with each and everyone of them.
Judy was a dedicated employee and spent 20 plus years as a
manager for Sprint where she won several awards for her hard
work. After retiring from Sprint she enjoyed many trips with her
family and created memories they will cherish.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Jake and Darleen
Judy is survived by her brother, Gary Harwell and wife, Shearon;
children, Shawn Fritts and wife, Juda, Mark Fritts and wife, Amy
and Amy Franks and husband, Robert; grandchildren, Ciera
Rodriguez, Hunter, Matt and Jake Fritts, Trey and Tucker Franks;
great-grandchildren, Brylee Franks, Angel and Lina York and Cody
Sallie Marie Carter Littlepage
Marie Littlepage passed away at her home in Fort Worth, Texas on
November 26, 2020 at the age of 81. Sallie was born in Fort
Worth, Texas on December 29, 1939. She graduated from Carter
Riverside Highschool in 1958. She then married her incredible
husband, Dwayne Littlepage until he passed in 2008.
Sallie was a long
time Meals on Wheels volunteer and was a member of New Riverside
United Methodist Church. Not only was she a caring member of her
community, but she was also a very loving friend, sister, mother
and grandmother. Throughout her life, Sallie battled many
challenges, but was always able to smile and laugh throughout
the rough times. She was such a caring mother and grandmother
even until her final days.
She was like a rock
for many, and her memory and kindness will live in everyone's
hearts. Sallie made such an impact on many people's lives. She
touched so many, and she was able to help many in a variety of
ways. Her compassion will never die. Just as 1 Peter 4:10 says
"As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as
good stewards of God's varied grace". Sallie not only used her
compassion to help others, but her compassion also leads her to
live a life of good faith. Her love, joy and faith allowed her
to be an amazing mother and a wonderful member of her community.
Sallie will always be remembered.
Sallie was proceeded
in death by her mom, dad, and husband.
May she rest in peace and may the hearts of many heal from this
She is survived by her son, Scott, her daughter, Angela , and
her brother, Marcus Carter. She is remembered by many including
her four grandchildren; and three great- grandchildren; as well
as her son, daughter, and brother.
Susan Appleby Nix '66
Worth, Texas - Longtime Fort Worth business and civic leader and
TCU champion, Susan Appleby Nix, died Thursday, Nov. 26 from
complications of COVID-19.
Nix, 72, was the founder of Susan Nix
Consulting Group and recognized as one of the most tenured and
respected civic and corporate professionals in the Dallas-Fort
Worth area. She was involved in a wide range of projects and
organizations, including the 2011 Super Bowl, the Bell
Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl, Colonial Country Club, TCU, the
American Heart Association, Easter Seals and many others.
Susan was known for her big smile,
boundless and infectious enthusiasm, a great sense of humor and
also for her tough, clear-minded business sense. She shared the
knowledge she had gleaned from a life well-lived freely and
openly with her friends, family and business associates as well
as with students.
"The TCU family is deeply saddened to
hear of the loss of Susan, a beloved alumna and community
leader," said TCU Chancellor Victor J. Boschini Jr. "She
dedicated her life to lifting up those around her and
strengthened the community initiatives she supported. Susan was
one of those people who was always thinking of others and was a
true servant leader. Her impact on Fort Worth, and all those who
had the pleasure of knowing and working with her, will not be
Business leaders recalled how they
were impacted by their interactions with Susan.
"It is a sad day for Fort Worth and
for those of us who were touched by Susan," said Fort Worth
entrepreneur Victoria Wise. "She made everyone she met feel
special, and her enthusiasm, support, and love will be truly
She was born in Germany and raised in New Jersey as a child.
After that she moved to Fort Worth and graduated from Carter
Riverside High School before attending Texas Christian
University. She was Miss TCU her senior year and married Kent
Nix, TCU's star quarterback who also played in the NFL from 1966
TCU was a constant throughout her
life. Susan Nix remained connected with TCU throughout her
career and she supported her beloved Horned Frogs. She was a
member of TCU's National Alumni Board from 1980 to 1998.
"TCU and the TCU Alumni Association
are deeply saddened to learn of Susan's death," said Amanda
Stallings, TCU Associate Vice Chancellor for Alumni Relations.
"Susan answered every call for help from friends, the University
and the Alumni Association, then asked what more she could do.
She led from her heart and from her deep faith in God. She gave
her all to everything she believed in and served with fervent
energy and love."
Susan's faith was important to her. The family's social media
post of her passing quoted 1 Peter 5:10:
"And the God of all grace, who called
you to his eternal glory In Christ, after you have suffered a
little while, will himself restore you and make you strong,
firm, and steadfast." She was deeply involved in the Fort Worth
business community, including working with the Fort Worth
Business Press on several projects.
"Many words describe Susan but the one that comes to mind is
'irrepressible,'" said Richard L. Connor, publisher and owner of
the Fort Worth Business Press. "You could add tenacious,
entrepreneurial, charming, and then highlight beautiful, loyal,
and kind. She loved Fort Worth, TCU, Dan and June Jenkins, and
her star quarterback husband, Kent, along with her family. She
had some devastating personal losses but never let the clouds
block the sun. She was a one-person force who – when she put her
mind and talents to a project – got it done."
In 2008, Susan was named a Great Woman
of Texas by the Fort Worth Business Press. Businesses large and
small sought Susan's advice. She was a longtime member of the
BBVA USA Fort Worth Advisory Board.
"We cannot express how much of a loss
this is for not only BBVA USA, but for our communities in
general," said Brian Happel, BBVA USA Fort Worth CEO. "Having
Susan serve on our Fort Worth Advisory Board for the last five
years was a great honor, and one that improved our organization
immensely. She was a sweet person who was always looking for
opportunities to support us and our mission. Personally, she was
also always very supportive of my professional success. For
that, I am forever grateful. I speak for the bank when I say we
will miss her and her kind-hearted spirit dearly."
In the political realm, Susan Nix was
a frequent supporter of community causes. Former Fort Worth
Mayor Ken Barr said Susan Nix was one of the most effervescent
people he ever knew. "Always upbeat, a real people person, and
possibly the best networker I've ever known. She never met a
group or crowd that she didn't enjoy," he said.
She was also close friends with
current Mayor Betsy Price.
Susan Nix was on many boards in Fort Worth, including several
associated with Colonial Country Club's PGA tournament. She
served on the executive council of the Lockheed Martin Armed
Forces Bowl from 2002 to 2020 and on the Goodyear Cotton Bowl
board from 2014 to 2017.
Susan's work with nonprofits was another area where she proved
successful, as a member of the American Heart Association board
and as chairwoman of the Easter Seals "Hats Off to Women" event
for several years. "I was absolutely stunned to learn of the
passing of our dear Susan," said Leah King, president and CEO of
United Way of Tarrant County. "Susan made everyone she
encountered feel like her favorite person in the world, and that
is evidenced by the hundreds of comments and outpouring of love
posted to her Facebook timeline. Our city, and certainly the
Colonial Country Club and PGA tournament won't be the same
without her presence."
A number of business leaders in Fort
Worth recalled how Susan Nix was key to their business and
personal success. "Our company was formed because of her,
because she told us to!" said Serene Fletcher, of Pugnacious,
recounting how a casual business lunch with Susan turned into a
business plan for a branding and public relations firm Fletcher
recently formed with Crystal Caldwell.
"We left that lunch and I looked at Crystal and said, 'you know
what just happened? We got spanked by Susan Nix.' After that day
she was Susan Sledgehammer "Sledge" - and she LOVED that
nickname by the way," said Fletcher.
Susan Nix is survived by husband,
Kent; daughter, Kendall Nix Walton; son, Kory Nix; and four
grandchildren. Her daughter, Krista Nix Utley died in 2011.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the
Recovery Resource Council, Fort Worth Leader X Change or
"something close to your heart," as Susan would have loved that.
Private services will be on Tuesday, Dec. 1, at Greenwood
Funeral Home. The family is planning a celebration of life
service at a later date when the time is appropriate.
Sharon Lynn Mauldin Munger '70
Texas - Sharon Lynn Munger, 68, passed away on Sunday, October
18, 2020, in Arlington.
Memorial Service: 11 a.m. Saturday, November 14, at Wade Family
Funeral Home, 4140 W. Pioneer Parkway, Arlington.
Sharon was born on July 31, 1952 in Fort
Worth, Texas to Gordon Winfield Mauldin and Mary Margaret Gragg
She retired from the H-E-B ISD after 37
years of service. Sharon had attained a Bachelor of Arts and
Master of Education.
Survivors: Daughter, Aubrey Dudley and
husband, Josh; former husband, James Munger; grandchildren,
Damian Dudley, Iris Dudley, Esamae Dudley, and Emberly Kirk;
brother, James Mauldin and wife, Judy; nieces, Polly McLean and
Michelle Mauldin, and their children.
Patsy Bonita Burks Cox '48
Worth, Texas - Patsy Bonita (Burks) Cox was born October 10,
1930, to Edwin Morrison Burks and Bonnie Alice Burks. Patsy went
to sleep and woke up in the presence of her Lord on November 7,
2020. She was 90 years old.
Patsy graduated from Carter-Riverside
High School and attended junior college after graduation and
later left for a position at a local bank. Later, she was
employed by the Birdville ISD where she retired from. She met
the love of her life, Robert L. Cox and they married in June
1952. They had two children, Robert Edwin and Bonnie Vivian.
Robert and Patsy were married for 68 years.
Church and singing Gospel music was
one of her passions, along with performing in musicals and
pageants. Patsy was also very active in her Sunday Morning Bible
Study group. Perhaps her largest love was for her grandchildren
and great-grandchildren as she attended their sports events and
stock show competitions. She was known to be a bit of a
competitor herself as she loved fishing and wanted her fishing
rod ready to make that first and final cast to catch that Big
One before anyone else could.
There was no doubt she had the gift of
hospitality and always cared for others before herself. She
always greeted you with a smile and would tell you she was glad
to see you and welcoming like no other. When you came to her
home she always served you making sure your plate and drink was
always full. Her spirit never allowed her to say a bad word
about anyone and she always looked for the best in folks. She
will be greatly missed.
She is preceded in death by her
She is survived by her husband,
Robert; her son and his wife; her daughter and her husband; six
grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
A Celebration of Life service was held
by the family.
Published in Star-Telegram on Nov. 17,
Donald Edward Cartwright, Jr.
RICHLAND HILLS--Donald Edward Cartwright, Jr. aka Don
Cartwright, 83, passed away on Tuesday evening, November 10,
2020. He was born to Donald and Elizabeth Cartwright in Fort
Worth on June 16, 1937. He became active in the US Coast Guard
from 1958 - 1962.
He met his bride to be, Nancy
Mitchell, at a local hangout, Jack's Club on Mansfield Hwy in
Fort Worth. During a leave, he married Nancy on August 9th,
1960. They then moved to Provincetown, Massachusetts for his
Coast Guard duties and had their first child, a son, Craig
Edward Cartwright, born February 14, 1962.
After being stationed in "Cape Cod"
for two years, they moved back to Fort Worth and he began a
career at what was then known as "Texas Electric." A couple of
years later, they had their second child, a daughter, Kelly Sue
Cartwright. As the kids were a little older, they spent lots of
family outings, many upon many weekends and summer holidays
camping, boating and fishing at Eagle Mountain Lake.
Don was known as the "king" of the
park with his famous fish fries and his incredible fried
biscuits. Don and Nancy were able to travel frequently with her
work and met tons of beloved friends. They also abundantly
traveled with their daughter and son-in-law and their two
grandchildren, Zach and Taylor.
At 55, Don was able to take early
retirement. He was so excited about this and enjoyed his
retirement immensely. He had a full life of travel, golf and
piddling in his garage. He spent most of his time golfing
everyday with his buddies at Iron Horse Golf Course and then
enjoyed a Miller Lite or two afterwards in the club house.
Don was a loving husband to his wife
of 60 years and a wonderful dad and daddy to his two children,
and a fun loving "abba" to his two grandchildren, Zach and
Taylor. His family always came first and he was their "rock" and
gave them an amazing life. The memories of him will be cherished
and he will always be in our hearts until one day we see him
Don was preceded in death by his
precious son, Craig Cartwright; his mother, Elizabeth
Cartwright; and his father, Don Cartwright, Sr.
His survivors include his wife, Nancy
Cartwright; his daughter, Kelly Cartwright Thompson; his
grandson, Zach Thompson; his granddaughter, Taylor Thompson; and
many, many friends.
Visitation: NOV 17. 11:00 AM
- 12:00 PM (CST) MOUNT OLIVET CHAPEL
Funeral: NOV 17. 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM
(CST) MOUNT OLIVET CHAPEL
Donald Ray Snell '73
Snell entered a rest guaranteed to the people of God.
CELEBRATION OF LIFE: 11:00 a.m. Friday at Baker Funeral Home.
Mr. Snell was a former Mail Carrier for the United States Postal
Service. Service arrangements are forthcoming.
Belinda Jean Dillon '71
Jean Dillon age 68 of Smyrna, passed away Wednesday October 14,
2020. A native of Fort Worth, Texas she was the daughter of the
late Truman Goudeau and Mattie Graham Aston. She is also
preceded in death by her husband George Dillon and her sister
Mrs. Dillon is
survived by her children, Jason Dillon, Thurman (Kristin)
Dillon, Misty (Don) Stinson, 8 grandchildren and many step
children, step grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She is
also survived by her sisters, Yvonne (Terry) Cole, Sonya Goudeau
and Gail Ferguson.
be 1:00PM until 3:00PM Saturday October 31, 2020 at The Church
of God at Murfreesboro, Tennessee 2011 St. James Street,
Murfreesboro, TN 37128.
Richard Banowsky '51
Richard Richard Lowell ("Dick") Banowsky passed away on October
14, 2020. He was born on June 21, 1934 in Abilene, Texas to
Thelma Slater Banowsky and Wade Lowell Banowsky. After
graduating from Ft. Worth Carter Riverside and Abilene Christian
University, he enlisted as an officer in the US Navy, serving as
a flight navigator and a JAG officer in Honolulu. After his
naval service, he attended dental school, graduating from Baylor
College of Dentistry in 1965. He practiced in Irving, Texas for
almost twenty years. During this time, he also served twelve
years as a trustee on the Irving ISD School Board, three as
President of the Board.
In his first "retirement," Dr.
Banowsky opened a dental practice in Quitman, Texas and then
established a cattle and Christmas tree farm nearby, a business
which he enjoyed running with his family for several years. On
the farm, he was fond of telling his visiting grandkids, "There
is only one rule at the farm, and that is there are no rules at
the farm." The grandchildren will never forget the fun and
adventure they enjoyed at the farm with their grandparents.
He "retired" again in 1990, but soon
found that the many hours of work he put into his farm wasn't
enough, so he began to work as a dentist for the Texas
Department of Criminal Justice nearby. Twelve years later he
finally retired. A lifelong member of the Church of Christ, Dr.
Banowsky served as a deacon of Central Church of Christ in
Irving, and as an elder of the Holly Lake Church of Christ. He
was an enthusiastic supporter of Camp Deer Run, a Church of
Christ youth camp located near his farm.
Dr. Banowsky accomplished a number of
admirable things in his life, but he always recognized that he
couldn't have done any of them without the help and support of
his wife of almost 65 years, Anne Compton Banowsky. They
complemented each other in all the right ways, and the
uniqueness and completeness of their partnership was clear to
anyone who spent time with them.
Dr. Banowsky was predeceased by his
parents and his brother, William S. (Bill) Banowsky. Dr.
Banowsky is survived by his wife, Anne; three sons and their
spouses: Bill and Susan Banowsky, Jim and Teresa Banowsky and
Kurt and Angela Banowsky; six grandchildren and their spouses:
William and Callie Banowsky, Robert and Vicky Banowsky, Benton
Banowsky, Anna Banowsky, Sarah and Kylar Christison, and Hannah
and Evan Kauper; and four great-grandchildren: Blair Banowsky,
William Banowsky, Cody Christison and Zoe Christison. He is also
survived by his sisters Nancy Myers and Martha Sherman,
sister-in-law Gay Banowsky, brother-in-law David Compton of
Athens, Georgia, and numerous nieces and nephews and their
Visitation will be at Bluebonnet Hills
Funeral Home in Colleyville at 1 p.m. on Saturday, October 17,
followed by an interment in the family memorial garden at
Bluebonnet Hills Cemetery at 2 p.m.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be
made to Camp Deer Run in Winnsboro, Texas (campdeerrun.com). The
family would like to give special thanks to the caregivers at
The Avenues of Park Forest in Dallas, for the kind and gentle
care and friendship they provided over the last several months.
Published in Dallas Morning News on
Oct. 17, 2020.
Maxine Ballew Seymore '53
Ballew Seymore, 85, of Crowley, Texas, passed away on Wednesday
September 2, 2020.
Services: A visitation will be held on
from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. with a service beginning at 10:00
a.m. Tuesday, September 8, 2020 at Thompson's Harveson & Cole
4350 River Oaks Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76014.
Interment: Mount Olivet Cemetery, 2301
North Sylvania Avenue, Fort Worth, TX 76111.
She was born on Monday September 24,
1934 in Dawson, Texas to Martin Samuel Ballew and Jewel Raley
IN MEMORIAM CLASS OF 1934
Wanda Lehew Cole
Effie Juanita Carter Davis
Robert E. "Bob" Lawson
IN MEMORIAM CLASS OF 1936
Vera Taylor Townsend
IN MEMORIAM CLASS OF 1937
Carl Almon Noah
Corrine Cobb Special
Irene Frances James Nesbitt
James W. Schultz
George Nelson St. John
Harold Newton Nesbitt
Howard H. Brown
MEMORIAM CLASS OF 1938
|Marion Brooks Bone
||Geraldine Jones Wallace
|Effie Corinne Bogart Jackson
||John D. Wilborn
|Homer L. Mahaffey, Jr.
||Ruth Priest Dixon
|William E. "Bill" Albrecht
||Nancy James Scott
||George Christopher Keating
|Audine Jordan Hicks
Blanche Marie Mohn
Lester "Bill" Brothers
||Jeanette Simmons Ramsey
|Margaret Peoples Hopkins
||J. Stephen Powell
IN MEMORIAM CLASS OF
|Carlene(Connie) Rodgers Hancock
||Floyd D. Berry
|Jack P. Smith
||Emma Jo Brown Harris
|Ruby Harrison Bryant
||Elva Tesseneer Tinsley
|Dorothy Mae Bell Thomason
|Mary Grace Hollis Pool
||L. J. Box
|Elizabeth Jacqueline Bost Tubb
||Artha Steen Tucker
|Beverly Ward Coon
||Charlene Ferguson Stephenson
|Mary Ruth Beach Roberts
||Evelyn Massey Petzold
|Jim Bob Jarrell
||Lee D. Housewright Jr.
|Darrel Lindsey Dingmore
||Virginia Joyce Freeman Willis
Dorothy Foster Huston
||George Gray Wilkes
|Mildred Nimmo Lucas
Selma Louise Reese Andrews
MEMORIAM CLASS OF 1940
John R. "J.R." Andrews
||John Paul Brown
|Cliff Magers Jr.
||Jack R. Murray
|Ben C. Reeves
Mildred Schieman McClain
|John R. Finegan Jr.
La Rue Clifton Smith
|Wil Allan "Bill" Cofer
||Betty Mulkey Rushing
||Dorothy Park Ratlif
||Natalie Bailey Carter Shelton
Hatcher "Jack" James
Evelyn Dickson Rudd
|Winston Sweet Brumbaugh
||Evelyn Virginia Bird Linton
|Betty Hubbard Biles
||Virginia Earle Smith
|Clarence E. Bjork
MEMORIAM CLASS OF 1941
A. Roberts Cross
|Milton A. Griggers
||James Warren Grantham
|David Laurence "Larry" Lamkin
||Charles R. "CR" Kennedy
|Richard Earl Johnson
|Naomi Ruth Jones Cummings
||Ernest L. Gillingham
|Donald Bennett Wiley
Luther R "Bob" Himes Jr.
|James Pat Benson
||George A. Seaman Jr.
|Dorothy Louise Williams Quattrochi
||Robert M. Patrick
|Riley N. Riddle
||Bobby Joe Chilcutt Smith
Florene Nimmo Stevens
||Leonard I. Holder
|George Eagle Jr.
||Eula McBride Lewis
|Douglas Charles Clark
||Ethyl Ruth Kilgore
Jessie Fay Puckett Boren
||Margaret Ann Flippo
||Norma Gay White
|James Carr Ivey
MEMORIAM CLASS OF 1942
|Dorothy Greener Lester
||Jack R. Murray
||Billy Mac Housewright
||Billy Mac Turnage
Herbert Charles Slaughter
|Mildred Autrey Burton
||Ancel E. Simmons
||Lawrence Wesley Culver
||Robert Andrew Priest
||Betty Jean Childs Hughes
|Betty Jean Tyson
|Catherine Weeks McCoy
||Dorothy Jane Ward Pool
|Mack Edward Bailey Jr.
||Burl S. Burton
|Ruby Rogers Lackey
||Albert E. Aikman
|Shirley Barnes Aikman
||Dorothy Lee Brown
|Dorothy Marguerite Taylor Ellis
William A. "Andy" Doggett
|Elizabeth Thompson Bragg
||Jean Rentz Jordan
|Eugene "Gene" Burtner
||Betty Aline Brown Absher
|David Franklin Coon, Sr.
Thomas Sanford Blackwell
Ruth Ellen Carter Yates
||Ralph R. Jones
||Dorthey May Tye
Anna Beth Atchison Robinson
MEMORIAM CLASS OF 1943
|Raymond E. Brothers
||William T. Carroll, Jr.
||Lawrence D. White
|Vesta Regan Smith
||Douglas Clifford Evans
||Mary Louise Eagle
||Billye Reese Burtner
|Margaret Hukill Nowell
|Donald H. Powell
|Clarence Richard Webb
||Thomas M. Skipper
|Ruth Bacon Ward
||Marietta Catherine Moss Barlow
|Betty Jean Wilson Brewer
|Edgar F. Crites Jr.
||Charles E. Brown
||Charles Robert "Bob" Johnson
|James D. Nesbett
|Doreen Tweedy McVean
|Joy Elaine Neely Murray
||David E. Mills
|Robert F. Snyder
||Earlene Myrtle Carearthers
|Irma J. Bradford Crites
||Eddie J. Riddle
|Sarah Winn Patrick
||James Howard Davis
|Donald Lee Hudgins
||Peggy Marie Green Alston
|Homer E. Ludiker
||Charles E. Williams
|Dolores Jane Athens Williams
Danel A. Gillard
MEMORIAM CLASS OF 1944
|Henry L. Watkins
||Robert H. Truax
|Fred W. Bird
|| Peggy Simms Gibson
Marian Meggs Arnold
|Jo Dean Carroll
||Noel Smith Jr.
||Rebecca Garrison Sakert
|May Jean Autrey Hamilton
||David "Pat" Erwin
|Jenell Wiseman Tatarevich
||Mary Frances Nance Collum
||Dorothy West Martin
|Daniel Wayne Watts
||Billie Gerline Neace Hall
|Donald E. Mason
||Bernie Shivers Miller
Aaron "Smitty" Clevenger
||Margery Jean Dillon Morgan
||Peggy Louise Thomason Walling
|Mary Catherine McKillip Kirkpatrick
||Jack D. White
||Ann Thompson Bragg
|Betty Jo Gray Perry
||Margie I. Berry Lindsey
||James Frank Smith, Jr.
|Naomi Bostick King
||James E. "Jimmy" Hall
||Doris Nell Hunt Culver
|Robert V. Gillingham
||James Lloyd "Jimmy" Park
Merle Ruth Harston Hamm
||Audrey Daley Womack
|Joy Kennedy Flippo
||Patricia Nimmo Riddle
|Robert R. Christensen
||Kathryn Baker Acola
|Mack Edward Bailey
||Wayne E. McNutt
Betty Margaret Cole Brown Broadie Schubert
The original list was sent
to us in part by Wanda Pearson Penix '45
MEMORIAM CLASS OF 1945
|Mary Sue Beasley
||Sue Bogart Carter
||Mary Jo Galbreath
|James W. "Bill"
|John Louis Jones
||Mary Beth Jones Gray
|Gloria McCarty Turner
|Billie Ruth Miller
||Velma Neece Ivie
|Bernetta Nesbitt Coulter
||Martella Sanford Bishop
||Joanne Sonricker Mayfield
|Geraldine Weeks Criswell
|Lois Leoffler Law
|Jeannine Bedell Griffin
||Bernice Hanke Crum
||Lillian Fisher Neece
|Betty Sue Ward Myers
||Harry Worth Phillips Jr.
|Andrew Terry Tackett
||Johnnie Pierce Tye
|Jack A. Harris
||Ethel Underwood Gunter
|Mary Helen Callaway Hightower
||Wanda Jean Brown Ball
||Jean Payne White
|Wanda Pearson Penix
||Claire Cloyd Stallcup
|Norma Jean Wilson Jones
||Thomas W. Taggart, Jr.
|Marjorie Cutchin Graham
||Willie Mae Hood Jones
|Samuel Gene Payte
||Henry Elbridge Flenner, Jr.
|Billie Iris Hudgins Harrison
||Chester Bennett Bowen
|Norman L. Flippo
||Doris Cummins Moody
|Arthur Roland Whitlock
||Mary Gwyndolyne Hill Kelley
|Marcia Thelin Bradford
||Glenna Jean Brown Hatcher
|Robert Dale Sellers
Mary "Betty" Mitchell Allen
William Kennon Thompson
||Johnny Tex Carter
MEMORIAM CLASS OF 1946
|R. L. Anderson
||M. B. Easter
||Joyce Hinds Lauritzon
|Jay Van Smith
||Suzanne Williams Benson
|James Ronald Price
||Patsy Thomas Glover
|Marjorie Bremer White
||Edward "Toby" Daley
|Billie Wayne McLeod
||Dorothy Sue Goddard Boyce
|Wanda Margaret Wilkins Murphy
||Dixie Huffman Pate
|Wanda Jean Brown Ball
||Rosemary Daniel Nye
|Barbara Dunlap Hubbard
||Eileen Buckmaster Schubert
|Betty Lou Wyatt Hudgins
||Nellie N. Grey Reeves
|Joy Kemp Browning Barker
||Ann Bruce Greis
|Bobbie Gene McLeod
||Jean Gaedke Mahan
|Bobbie Ruth Baley Litsey
||Margie Inez Cobb
|James G. Eagle
||JoAnne Phillips Spriggs
|Virginia Joy Wilson Demarest
||Douglas Charles Clark
|Melba J. Senior
Wendall Euel Brown
Bryant Hudgins Belcher
||James "Jim" Elmer
Jane West Dunkelberg
was sent to us by Jean Schieman Ludiker '46
MEMORIAM CLASS OF 1947
||Mary Helen Autrey
|John Ann Mayberry
|Patricia Aliene King Smith
||Patsy Toney Greer
|Roland Van Norman
||George Kenneth Winn
|Homer A. Ashcraft, Jr.
||Patsy Thrasher Slaughter
|Louis Robert Eddins, Jr.
||Luella Powell Bogart
|William Robert Baley
||Charla Mae Epperson
|George Jack Winn
||James Richard Hamilton
||Dorothy Owens Adams
||Geraldine Berry Hall
|Laverne Bennett Walker
||June Maxwell Delling
||Jack H. Darwin
|Edmon L. Whitten
|Robert W. Gossett
||William "Bill" Jones
|Mildred Pearson Russell
||James R. "Bob" Baker
|Betty Baker Davis
||Helen Thompson Carnahan
|Bill "Shug" McPherson
Estill Denman Treadway
|Mary Louise Bagby
||Pat Kelly Barnett
|Don E. Roberts
Charles Marvin Russell
Brigadier General Keith L. Hargrove
Ruth Ladean Roach Icenhower
June Marie Dougherty Head
Matta Lou McPherson Sheegog
was sent to us by Betty Nell Freeman Benson '49
MEMORIAM CLASS OF 1948
|Barbara Boyle Putnam
||Dorothy Joe Reese Hayes
|Jimmie Hudson Appel
||Betty Worsham Snider
|Patsy Kirk Morrow
|Iva Lee Bird Bryant
|Nancy McDaniel Browne
|E.W. "Dub" Pawley
||Dorothy Truax Baker
||Lou Ann Wright Dodson
|Dorothy Shelton Rhodes
||Maurice Donald Blankinship
||Richard E. Neace
||Robert J. "Bobby" Lee
R. E. Windham
||Joyce Ann Cummins Dingmore
Robert L. "Bob" Elliott
Betty Jo Richards
||Virginia Ruth Hawes Myers
Jo Ann Russell McAlindon
||Theresa Duncan Neace
Billie Louise Leddy Foster
||Charleen Loeffler Cox
||Robinel Harris McDaniel
|Patsy Ruth Knight Beasley
||Mary Ann Megan Auld
|Delores Jean Haney Watson
||Edwin R. Pemberton
||Mildred Pearson Russell
|Mary Nell Hunter Frizzell
|Shirley Elizabeth Taggart Garrett
|Edward L Baker Jr.
||Ellen Nora Taylor Grubbs
|Robert Daniel Magouirk
||Robert S. "Bob" Patton
|John A. Lockerd
Jean Thompson Rufner
Richard O. Kingston
Joyce Gwendolyn Hamilton Wright
Dorothy "Jean" Garrett Merrell
|Mary Lynn Winters
Patsy Bonita (Burks) Cox
was sent to us by Betty Nell Freeman Benson '49
MEMORIAM CLASS OF 1949
||Bret E. "Pete" Bagby
||Betty Lou Jenkins
||Billy Jack Tyson
||Garland Wayne Griffitt
|Freddy Joe Cooke
||Billie Jo Sanders Hubbard
||Billy Jack Rippy
|Ernest John Dunham, Jr.
||Henry Jackson McCarty Jr.
||David Jack Mayfield
|Betty Lou Cookus Crutsinger
||Mary Jim Meador Wilson
||Donna Hall Hosack
|Patsy Ruth Hale Lancaster
||Jack James Huston
|Mildred Elliott Wilson
||Louis C. Jones
|Robert "Bobby" Eugene Dean
||Gerald Howe Totten
|Roy J. Moore
||Jack Richard Fielder
|David Ford Hunt
||Joan Holden Shaw
|Joe Don Womack
||William Harold Albritton, Sr.
|Charles F. Sides
||Joseph E. Sample
|Nyla Thelin Swafford
||Edwin Hollis Hardesty
|J. E. "Sonny:" Cowan Jr.
||Betty Nell Freeman Benson
|Johnny Roscoe Dunlap
||Betty Jean Harvey Graves
|Frances Amelia Graves
Vivian A. Shahan Carter Gross
William Daniel Hillis, MD
||James B "Bob" Baker III
|James Raymond Cole, MD
MEMORIAM CLASS OF 1950
|R. J. Blackwell
||J. R. Duke
|John David Ferguson
|Billie Jean Huggs
||Ruth Roach Crites
||Lena Mary Scully Brown
||Bonnie Tatum Arter
||Clara Lee Browning
|Wanda Smith Queen
||Patsy Rohlfing Jackson
|Shirley Mason Buckelew
||Joyce Yvonne Kennedy-Bryant
|J.H. "Jim" Weatherby
||Johnny Russell Jahn
|Cecilia Locke Smith
||Lauretta Fowler Tindle
|Jay Bennett Howard
||Weldon Wayne Gilliland
|James Norman McMahon
||David H. Cline
|Carla Davidson Hightower
||Melvin O. Hansen
|David Y. Mulkey
||Barbara Ridgeway Kinney
|Fred Spencer Hughes
||Jo Ann Olsen Culver
||Myra McCollum Meine Davidson
|James A. McEndree Jr.
||Jack Burnett "Gunny" McAlister
|Alfred M. Woolf
||Peggy Elaine Martin Shirley
|Anne Blanton Garner
||Allen Scott Gunnels
William Joseph Edmonds
||Henry Hubert Wright
|Patricia Richards Miller
||Charlyne Sharp Griffin
|Patsy Nell Markum Hall
||Kathrine Harrison Spradley
|James Higgins Earl
||Jerry Gordon Jackson
|Pamelia Brown Scott
||Gloria Jeanne Moore
|O. D. Cole, Jr.
||Joe Robert Taylor
Richard "Dick" Trice
||Dwight R. Powell
||Joel Bruce Dillon
|Ruth Ann Baker Aston
||Roy Lee Wilson
|Sybil Jane Snelson Jenkins
||Patricia Shelton McKinney
|Martha Jane Mills Hoppe
||Stanley James Baker Jr.
|Sally Ann Mize Cassidy
||Patsy Jean Clark Riddle
|Kathryn Galeen Houseworth Gibbs
||James Morrison McVey "Mac"
|Marian Jo Souder
|Shirley Yvonne Carter Alcorn
Daniel Newton McBrayer, Sr.
|Barbara Jean McAlister
||Alma Mae Justice Scoggins
|Mary Lou Russell Dawson
||Patricia Ann Winnett Williams
|Mary Kathrine "Kakie" Ross
|Carolyn Hope Shugart Perry
||Barbara Calvert Leland
|Madeline Louise Toler Ferris
||Bart Smith Bradford
Betty J Leverett Kingsley
||Doris Ann Gilbert Stevens
Eddie John Dees, Sr.
Geraldine Annette "Gerry" Flippo Crues
MEMORIAM CLASS OF 1951
||Clyde V. Butler
||Tommy Floyd Hackney
|Marcella Johnson Christnight
||Barbara Jean Knox
|Bobby Jo Looney Atkins
||Jo Anne Prince
||Charlotte Rogers Walters
|Peggy Leddy Griffin
||Wayland Kaye Cox
|Melma Lois Paul
||Bili Joan White Wisdom
|Roland Douglas Maclin
|Robert Thomas Sample
||Roland T. Marcee
|William Kelly McGinnis
|Johnette Brooks Jennings
|Charles R. Kinnaird
||Frank Linton "Lynn" Hill
|Kenneth "Bud" Palmer
||John Rice Kemp
|Jay Cy Martin
Jean Pettit Brister
|Edward R. "Eddie" Ward
||Betty Jean Chestnut Seeders
Harold Bernard Daley
||John Edward McAdam
|Peggy Coburn Gough
Robert "Bobby" Wayne Parrish
|Gerald Joe Tackett
||Doyle Dee Pruitt
|Bob Floyd Hillin
||Sanford Scott Blakley
Yvonne Toliver Markwardt
||Glynn Shelby Peel
|JB "Benny" Barrow
||Ray Lewis Roberts
||Clarence Chesterfield "Buck"
Calvin Bart May
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MEMORIAM CLASS OF 1952
|Ray Lewis Boyd
|Frances Laverne Burns
||John Carroll Gabbert
|Patsy Ruth Harris
||Jean Harrison Halyard
|Patsy Jack Glenn
||Perry T. Llewellen
|Joyce Maier Curbo
||David R. Mayberry
|Billie McCaffity Brown
||Bobby Ray Mitchell
|Era Belle Morgan Cribbs
||Charletta Taylor Moulder
|Ernestline Bivin Reaves
|Nanette Keaton Savage
|David "Pete" Russell
|William Duncan Watkins
||Doris Jeanne Wilson
||John David Woodall
||Joy Newton McDougall
|Walker Lee Trimble
||Lloyd Harold Hackney
||Charles Edward Gross
|Norma Jean Rowland
|Glen Thomas Williams
||Zelda Margaret Walthall Clark
|Jon Duncan Harmon
||Shirley Bennett Bradshaw Bonds
|Albert Neil Payne
||Doris Earleyne Heater Williams
|Billy Don Phifer
||James "Jim" Lyle
|Paul Edward "Eddie"
||James B. Fenimore
|Matilda Fritts King
||Lewis Lee York
|Patricia G. Seaton Ingersol
||Cherry Maddux Jones
|Grover Cecil Steward
||Jo Ann Dinger Streiff
|Verree Elizabeth Hawkins Pearson
||Phillip Lewis Withers
||Shirley Jean Taylor
Dolores Mae Coates Dunnagan
Robert H. "Bob" Zodin
||Shirley Ann Merchant Cox
|Barry Neil Dee's
||Shirley Reese Smith
|Dale Culver Gorsuch
|John Elliott Parks
||Betty Jean Burlison Dean
|George Allan Michero
||MaryLou Felts Andrews
|Jim Stanley Hamlett, Jr.
||Billie Charlene "Chop" Walton
|Marian Rochelle Cobb Tuckness
||Milton Levoy Aston
|Barbara Nell Bass Zoch
||Jean Minter Gillette
|Carolyn Walker Rogers
||Judith Davidson Grunewald
|Bobbie Jo Gray Lain
||Sue Curry Lance
John Hugh Sherburn
||Linnie Jean Thomason Bryson
|Kenneth Michael Haire
||Harry Gene Hansen
|Daphne Angela Moore Currie
||Eldridge Lee Miles
|Evyonne Rue Andrews Eddins
||Doris Aileen Caldwell
MEMORIAM CLASS OF 1953
|Patricia Jean O'neal Martin
|Charlene Stodghill Ugarkovich
||Dora Vinson Dunbar
|Shirley Sue White Wright
||Gail Willis Laverty
|Robert J. Bremer
||Shirley Thompson Carter
|Roy Hubert Fritts
|Janette Holder Sink
|Jackey Ray Holbrook
|Patsy Winn Garner
|Carolyn Sue Webb Blum
||Russell Dee Nickerson
|Rodney Michael Crow
||Temple Ruth Hall
|Stephen L. Cayton
||Noel Allen Morrow
||Frances Ann Carr
|M. Neil Pugsley
||Mary Ellen Locke Duke
|Robert E. Phillips
||James W. Linton
Herman T. Brunner Jr.
||Barbara Jane Wehring Bourland
Don Richard Tyro
||William B. Plemons
||L. Don Dodson
Marilyn Janet Needham
||Bobby A. Ellington
|Sammy Carrol Flanary
||Harris Witten Cavender
|Billie Ann McElroy
||Ernest William Grossman
|David Lyle Chapman
|Hattie Smith Josserand
||Charlye Marie Russell Cowan
Billy Roy Plunk Sr.
||Murry Wayne Shumate
Addison " Addie" Maclin
||Joe Seborn Fritts
Marshall Eugene Bray
||Peggy Sue Lake
|Connor C. Bayless
Burdette Lee Warner
|Charles E. Quick
Marthe Frances Brown Kerlin
|Nancy Kay Prothro
MEMORIAM CLASS OF 1954
||Pat Callaway Neff
||Thomas J. Hickman, Jr.
|Bobby Jo Danford
||Carol Lynn Gay
||Jimmy Lewis Forrester
|Joan Allen Carpenter
||Thomas W. Farris
||Geron Simmons Anderton
|Betty Wakefield Russell
||Charles Byron Lockerd
|Gary J. Gafford
||Ann Jordan Simpson
|Carl Wylie "Bud" Tatum
|Jeanette Holder Sink
||Jack Marvin Estes, Jr
||Janet Jones Phelps
|Rachel Page Price
|Dora Dunham Blaine
||Camille Carter Staples
|Stephen Kent Drysdale
|Lea Jane Lucas Bell
||Eldee Castetter Davidson
||Temple Ruth Hall
|Patricia Helen (Kiesling) Mahanay
||Jacqueline Inman Yanez
|Mary Johnson Brigman
|J. D. Ratliff
||Shirley Pickford Vols
Martin Earnest "Earnie" Norman
||Dolores Collins Wright
|Cecil Lynn Northcut
||Margie Leddy Ward
|Roy Kenneth Gossett
|David Kenneth Cox
||Dennis Wayne Mumford
|Linda Hall Morton
|Jerry Leonard Wilson
|Phyllis Yvonne Grayson Smith
||Marian Carrigan Kalinowski
|Reginald "Ray" K. Swan
||George Weldon Bonin
|Paul "Bob" O. Hansen
||Roger Kent Conwell
|Jack Edwin Massey
||George Robert "Bobby" Boyd
|R. E. "Josh" Josserand
||Elmer Leon Daniel
|Leo Patrick Ferris
||Johnny G. McDowell
||Sue Redding Gossett
|Charles G. Carpenter
||Barbara Jones Montgomery
|John Allen Andrews
||Shirley Jean Dixon Allgood
|Delbert Wayne Dollar
|Patsy Ruth Ross Kavanaugh
William "Bill" Arthur Herrington
||Peggy Abel Dodson
|Eileen Sellers Richards
||William Edward "Ed" Moore
|Gerald Lee "Jerry Lee"
William Slater Banowsky
||Thomas Leroy Walk
|Troy Milton Tubbs
Charles V. Palachek Jr.
||Willie Dee Maxwell
|Robert Lee Andrews
Jacquelyn “Jackie” Christine Moore
|James "Jimmy" Pedigo
MEMORIAM CLASS OF 1955
|Mary Baker Clark
|William "Bud" Davis
|Gail Hilliard Peeler
||Martha Anderson Dean
|Joseph Clark "Joe" Smith
|George E. "Eddie" Brown
||Granville Edward Paules
|Sharon Ann Rutledge Morrow
||Nancy Ann Nesbitt
|Larry Fred Walls
|Jack W. Dickerson
|Robert McVey Jr.
||Patricia Junean Hood Willis
|George Merrill Cloyd
||George Philip Morriss
|Betty Ruth Whitfeld
||Johnny G. McDowell
||Donald Eugene Greene
||J. W. Savage
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
||Donald Edward Cartwright, Jr.
MEMORIAM CLASS OF 1956
|Jerry Ann Barney
||Rita Polser Winters
|Jo Jane Tabet
|Ann Marshall McDowell
||Brenda Black Bradley
|W.C. "Butch" Cebell,
||Jon "Bubba" Massey
|Shirley Weston Ward
||Sharon Hill Williams
||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
||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
||Frank Lewis Schnell
|Robert Allen Collup
||Donald Ray Smith
MEMORIAM CLASS OF 1957
|Joyce J. Cole Burchfield
|Gary Franklin Hendricks
||Shirley Jean Albright
|Joyce Ann Holder Norwood
|Thomas Edwin Jones
||Judy Carol Maurice Bowden
||Gladys Towne Petrey
||Bobby Ray "Bob" Hall
||Karan Elaine Kirk Pittillo
|Thomas E. Terrill
|Jerrie Jo Jennings Young
Ballew Price Fisher
||Lynn Barton Mayfield
|Yale Murray Cason
||Glenda Ann Maurice
|Allen Leroy Christian
||Raymond C. Perkins
|Mary Sue Ballew
||Judy Tumelson Molder
|Marshall Ray Smith
||James Larry Haygood
|Dewey Listo McCoy
||Wayne Bowen Weems
||Pat Tork Wommack
||Annie Pearl Coffee
|Ronnie Jack Renfro
|Anita Frances Massey Brock
||Harold Wayne Landers
|Larry Joe Sinclair
|Carolyn Able Harvick
|Elizabeth Polser Winters
||Jane McKinney Rheinlander
|Sue Thompson Walters
||Donnie Gene "Don" Bohannon
|Kenneth Royce "Ken" Neystel
Darlene Dillow Denton
|Weldon Maurice "Buddy" Lucas
||Kirkland "Kirk" Dee Connally
MEMORIAM CLASS OF 1958
||Jerry B. Anderson
|James Ronald "Ron" Hollingshead
||James Ray Hammonds
|Ann Dickey Haygood
||Garld Lee Dunivan, Jr
||Patsy Creamier Shafer
|Joyce Conditt May
|R. M. Street
||Sherri Simmons Hambright
|Gary Richard Matzner
|Judy Riscky Burke
||Christine Aldrich Thompson
|Deloris Cobb Josephson
||Margaret Ann Terry Gist
||Morgan Shields Ragan
|Linda Squyres Freeman
|Alice Janie Schultz McCauley
||Wanda J. Bullock
|Roy Joe Lovelady Sr.
||Russell B. Wirtz
|Robert Nolen Havens
Rosemary Harris Rood
||Jerrie Jo Jennings Young
Gloria Fay Wakefield Dunson
|James Larry Scott
||William Robert "Billy Bob"
|Michael Leroy Warbritton
||Donald H. Winters
|Bobby Kenneth McCoy
||James Marvin Coburn
Judith Jane May Hollingshead
|Betty Arlyne Reid Joines
Donna Ann Arnold Busbee
|Jerry B. Anderson
||Beverly Hale Stone
Sallie Marie Carter Littlepage
||William C. Hedden, Jr.
Roger Mayes, Jr
MEMORIAM CLASS OF 1959
|Louise Jacobs Nelson
||Philip R. Schmidt
||Jerry Jack Terrell
|Lannie Hall Spence
||Jorman "Joe" Koski
|Suzanne Randolph Culp
||Ernest Miller Taylor
||Gary Wilson Braziel
|Carol Ward Miller
|Margaret Trietsch Thorne-Wheatley
||Phyllis Carpenter Collins
||Judy Clark Walls
|Jerry D. Farr
|Gary Don Pipes
||James "Hank" Ramsey
|Jerry Dean Sawatsky
|David M. Scott
||Betty Paschal Warren
|Glenn Gregory, Jr.
|Ray Dell Young
||Robert Joseph "Bob" Witcher
|Nancy Ray Huggins
||Betty Ann Stark Kaseberg
|Mike E. Dooley
|Charles Dean Huckabee
Siegred Lovette Hoines
||Tommy Joe Flowers
|Donald J. Tallman
|Dr. Beverly Ann
||Susan Kaye Hayes
MEMORIAM CLASS OF 1960
||Bryan Lee Dawson
||Douglas "Dusty" DeMalade
|Judith Ashmore Allen
||Dale Wayne Melton
|Roy Don Wilson
||Henry "Tommy" Gilbert
||Marilyn Mayerhoff Ternan
|George E. Fry
James Reid Hill
|Jeannie Ray Schmidt
||Judy Jane Jones
|Jesse Theodore "Tedd" Massie
|Robert C. Harris
Thomas John Crider
Thomas Henry Fitch,III
Janet Nuella Forcade
Kennith C. Hamilton
Gary Don Pipes
||Robert C. Harris
||Jerry Lee Birdwell
|James "Ted" Polser
||Wanda June Cassady
|Samuel Robert Baker
|Harvey Lee Mobley
||Freddy Latham Jones
|Billy Thomas Keeton
Charles Fred Polser
|Sherry Rawls Morgan
||Hubert Alfred Hunt
Carolyn Jean Floyd Hames
|Twila Fern McCoy
Robert Lee Hefley
|Neva Yvonne Carter
||Ronald Joe King
|Dwane Rolland Scott
||David Ronald Riddle
IN MEMORIAM CLASS OF
|Jesse Everett Kates
||Richard H. Poindexter
||Anne Rae Hasting
||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
||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
Trantham Doty Tubbs
|Rosemary Stroder Alt
||Judy Darlene Forester
|Ronald Wesley Tubbs
Joseph " Joey" R. Jeter Jr.
|Judy Lou Copeland
||Richard Douglas Strickland
||Lee Ellen Hebert
|Tommye Lou Willis
|Dorothy Johns Ingraham
||James Maurice Robinson
|Judy Nan Rohlfing
||Weldon Ray Bryant
Susann Susen Eller
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MEMORIAM CLASS OF 1962
||Joe Robert Buckman
|Roger D. Caldwell
|John Reed Dinsmore
||Verlin C. Hamilton
|Richard C. Hayes
|Shelia May Gilbert
||Cecil D. Proctor
||Judy Rogers Walker
||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
||Dorothy Apperson Mitchell
|Deanna Baumann Johnson
||Joe Don Ford
|Clyde Carlton Graham
||Bettye Linehan Casey
||Charles Tommy Mattke
|Frank Harold Peavy
||Paula Rawls Sessions
||Gary Eugene Wigley
|Earl Niland Drake Sr.
||Gerald "Jerry" Lynn Cypert
James Edward "Eddie" Alread
||Loyd Alfred "Al" Mayfield
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Class of 1963
||James Cecil Caudle
|Carol Martin Melin
||Carol Phipps Benoit
|John G. Reynolds
|Paul "Tommy" Thompson
|Royce Lee White
|Jim William Glenn
||Cheryl Holder Hickman
|Ellen Kayleen Belew Lee
||Arthur Marion "Greg" Gregory Jr.
Jonathan Stephen Hobson
||Danny Wayne Hoover
|James Wilburn Pappas
||Jessica Sparkman Tuck
|Gay Pugsley Durden
|Don George Hoaldridge
|Glenda Sue Tanner Gibson
Rodney Eugene Corder
In Memoriam Class of
|John Thomas Lenox
||C. R. Williams
|Joycelyn Williams Snofsky
||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
||Rita Julane Wirtz Clanton
|James "Jim" B. Connell
||June Susen Bartlett
|Kay Fredericks Payton
||Pamela Ann Pierson DeLeon
|Austin Albert Harp
|| Dudley McLemore
|Judy M. Rowe Hughes
||Judy A. Harwell Fritts
|Sydna Carrol Fry Hinkle
||Michael "Mickey" Podolsky
|Don Edward Wickman, Sr
In Memoriam Class of
|David Ray Blake
|Dodie Sprinkle Coslow
|Johnnie Anne Rose
||Julia Storton Hornbeck
|Robert Neal Kuhn
||Pamela J. Flippo
|Fredrick Wade Herrell
|Ronna Arnn Mayo
||Beverly Kay Wickman Winget
||Sue Davis Hancock
|Gary Gale Parker
||Bonnie Jo Voiku Johnson
|Gary Gerald Fielding
Doris Estella Jacobs Grumbles
|Jacqueline Kay Ford Rhodes
||Ronnie Lee Hazlewood
||Barbara Davis Calhoun
|Jyme Gilbert Davis
||Thomas Joseph Duffy
|Ralph Michael Peyton
||Linda Keen McBride
|Rev. Dr. Henry F. Woodruff
||Linda Yates Mullins
||Charles M. Free
||William Troy McGrath, Jr.
|Donald Joe Maywald
||Bruce Wayne Stapp
|Larry B. Trotter
Jean Gauntt Roberts
|Nelda Lynn Henson Watson
Thomas Lynn Auffenberg
|Phillip Dale Isbell
||Larry Robert Robello
|Tommy Britt Stone
||John Ernest Lea
||David W. Timmons
Bernice Steele Keating
||Linda Jo Gorbett Castle
Elaine Louise Conner Garvin
||Brenda Joyce Hooper Albright
|Margaret Ann Stevenson Bryant
|Thomas Elmer Knowles
Class of 1966
Becky Williams Culver
||Wanda "Buffy" Harmon
||Carolyn Minor Neal
|Patricia Steele Lehrer
||Linda Kay Ellerbusch Watson
Susan McAdams "Ninnom" Harrell
|Jerry L. Russell
Daniel "Danny" Ozee
|Ronald Lee Winborne
|Jon Robert Bradford
Donna Dugger Garrett
||Billie Jean Pace
Lonnie Max Obeidin
James Preston Kennedy
|Roy Gene Dawson
||Susan Aillene Lewis
|Larry Van Wilson
James A "Butch" Eudy
||Michael Grant Atnip
Susan Appleby Nix
|| Bobby Joe (B.J.)
In Memoriam Class of
|Donna Marie Henry
|Carla Sheffield Buchanan
||David R. Pearson
||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
|Marcia Hopkins Kolodzie
||Albert Richard Combest
||Albert Doyle Tubbs
Daniel "Danny" Ozee
Ann Isbell Rogers
Kay Caldwell Rolf
June Ellen Proctor Shelton
||Randall Lee Gallaway
Class of 1968
|Jeannie Benton Boykin
|Billy Joe Davis
|Paul Douglas Anderson
||Truma Nell Wright Davidson
||Danny Ray Haynes
|John Allen Shouse
||Robert C. Reames
|Jo Lynn Carey Cartwright
"Bill" Penn Stevens
|Bobby Gene Watson
||Cheryl Ann Greer Johnson
|Mary Ann Culver
||William Howard Crawford Jr.
Elizandro Flores, Jr
Martha Bonita Gregory
Brenda Roberts Bowman
|Kathy Jean Woolf Sparks
||Maxine Ballew Seymore
|Sherida Jean Cobb D'Ambra
In Memoriam Class of
|Cheri Elaine Shirley Gable
||Carol June Wallace
|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
Michele Freeman Gooch
||Nancy Lou Smith Finney
|John L. Wilson
||Cynthia Brooks Post
||John David Wylie
In Memoriam Class of
|Donald Bruce Hunt
||Marsha Ellis Beldon
|Linda Ruth Harvey
|Ethel McCullough Ansley
||Kathy Easterwood Powers
||Ramona Anderson Forbis
|Becky Sue Davis
In Memoriam Class
|Ronnie L. Stevens
||Richard Frank Morrison
|Larry Clifford Patterson
Debbie Bolen Cutler
|Michael Joe Goodwin
||Michael Thomas Kane
|Eloise Hickey Null
||Richard Lynn Rowe
|Mickey Dean Shelton
||Teresa Buck Press
|Harlon Oscar "Bo" Wright
|Susan Marie Pekurney Folvag
||Dee Ann Davis
|Judy "JuJu" Tramel
Suzanne Kestler Gibson
|John Steve Grantham
Belinda Jean Goudeau
In Memoriam Class of
|Delaine Forester Glynn
|Linda Mauldin Rowe
||Brenda Shaw Beesley
||LaVonda G. Smartt
|Melissa Mia Hall
||Chunnie “Chuck “ Sanders
||Larry Lynn Baker
||Sylvia Quintanilla McAlister
|David Alan Proctor
||Joyce Ann Otwell
|Terry Lynn Hagar
||Donna Lou Schramm Fenn
|Michelle Turner Thompson
||Potria Bradford Sueing
||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
||Dr. Janie Ruth Ellis Faris
In Memoriam Class of
|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
|Amy Louise Phillips
||Pamela Kay Pilcher
|Michael Thomas Asay
Doyal Alton Darter
Sharon Yvonne Conley Fields
David Wayne Lehew
|Donald Ray Snell
David Samuel Hunt
Class of '74
|Teresa K. Littrell
||James T. McKay
||Mary Helen Miller
||Steven Eugene Stewart
|Johnny "John" Ashcraft
||Thomas L. Lambert
|Margaret Rose Martin Aradia
John Mark Stapleton
|Ricky Lougene Hollins
||Warren Jefferson Storey, Jr.
|Betty Jean Nix
||Gary Wayne Bunn
||Ricky Lee Adley
|Roger Lee Mulder
Melani Kay Slone
Martha Grace Hollis
|Terry F. Bishop
||Janis Joy Burton
In Memoriam Class of
||Pam Mayer Miller
Kathy Sue Smith
||Twalla McCaskill Dupriest
|Teresa J. Earp
||Diana Zepeda Ellis
|Sherry Lynn Talley
DeLois Johnson Crawford
Class of 1976
||Susan E. Sammons Wilkerson
||Jeri Evelyn Davis
|Jane Beverly Carpenter
|Ricky Dale Crowe
|Vicki Sue Langham von Ehrenfried
||Leon J. Ward
||James Bob Dunlap
In Memoriam Class
|Carol Birthenia Porter
|Julie Kay Ferrell
In Memoriam Class
|Cynthia Rhodes O'Bryant
||Jeffery Morton Jones
|Richard Reynolds Shergold
||William Bryan Herrington
||Von Ray Pennington
|Deanna Long Dozier
In Memoriam Class of '79
Miles Lee Mitchell
||Charlie Cash McDonald
In Memoriam Class of
|Claudius W. Dean Jr.
||Belinda Jean Lemons
|Gary Samuel Foster
||Mike "PJ" Patterson
Vincent Pascacio Martinez
In Memoriam Class of '81
|Curtis Lynn Hathcock
In Memoriam Class of
||Dan Clinton Wright
|Carroll Todd Mongtomery
||Gregory Wayne Porter
||Anton "Joe" Moos
|Kalvin Dale Dean
In Memoriam Class
|Darryll David Dunn
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||Charles "Chuck" Kuykendall
In Memoriam Class
||Hanna Grace Goeken
Class of 1986
|Mau Thi Ta
Valynda Saldana Cox
|John Earl Nix
Donna Kay Wilson Roberts
In Memoriam Class of 1987
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In Memoriam Class of 1989
In Memoriam Class of 1991
Thomas "Tony" Jay Dangerfield II
In Memoriam Class of 1992
In Memoriam Class of 1993
John Anthony Aguilar
In Memoriam Class of 1994
Charles Edward Watson
In Memoriam Class of 1996
Tommy C. Brown Sr.
In Memoriam Class of 1998
||Cheryl Marie Strittmatter
Class of 1999
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Leonel Garcia Montanez
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