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

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Roger Lee Mulder '74

Roger Lee Mulder FORT WORTH--Roger Lee Mulder, 65, passed away Saturday, Feb. 23, 2019. Roger was born Jan. 13, 1954, to George and Frances Mulder in Fort Worth, Texas. He was an avid hunter and fisherman and enjoyed the rodeo in his younger years. Roger was preceded in death by both parents and his son, Adam Mulder.

SURVIVORS: He is survived by his brothers, Alan and George; nephew, Orous Alexander Mulder; niece, Cassandra Mulder; great-nephew, Maxwell Mulder. 

Published in Star-Telegram on Mar. 6, 2019

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Patricia Ann Winnett Williams '50

Patricia Ann Winnett Williams decided she was satisfied with life March 3, 2019 and passed from this life to life more abundantly.

She was born to Floyd and Hazel Winnett on Nov. 24, 1932 in Fort Worth, Texas, where she would grow up. She studied dance and voice, competed in numerous pageants, and held numerous titles in the Fort Worth, Texas area and would later graduate from Carter Riverside High School.  

She married French Byron Williams in June 1950. They had five sons, and enjoyed boating and fishing. She was a part of the PTA, a den mother with the Cub Scouts, a member of Calvary Cathedral in Fort Worth, she worked as a procurement officer for the Fort Worth branch of the U.S. Postal Service, and retired after 27 years of service. Upon retirement, she and Byron moved west to settle in Marathon, Texas. She worked over the next 20 years at Mitchell’s Furniture and Flooring, William’s Tax Service, and Grace Christian Fellowship, and she was a precinct judge for the Republican Party for many years, all in Alpine, Texas.

Patricia, aka “Granny,” will be missed by her family and friends until the Lord’s return.

Patricia is preceded in death by her parents, Floyd and Hazel Winnett, and her late husband, French Byron Williams. She is survived by her brother Larry Winnett of Fort Worth; her five sons, Byron David Williams of Athens, Texas, French Lane Williams of Fort Worth, Mark Owen Williams of Marathon, Matthew Nince Williams of Athens, Texas; and Daniel Williams of Granbury, Texas; 16 grandchildren, 25 great grandchildren, three great great grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews.

Services were held March 6, 2019 at Grace Christian Fellowship in Alpine, followed by burial at the Marathon cemetery.

 Alpine Memorial Funeral Home was entrusted with her services. Online condolences may be made at

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Mary Lou Tate (Assistant Principal)

Mary Lou Tate FORT WORTH -- Mary Lou Tate passed away on February 20, 2019.

SERVICE: Wednesday at 3pm at Laurel Land Funeral Home.

Visitation: Tuesday, February 26, 2019 from 5pm to 7pm at Laurel Land Funeral Home.

Mary was born in Lipan, Texas on September 20, 1926 to Henry Mahlon and Lena Mae Sublett. She obtained a B.A. in English from T.C.U., as well as a master’s in administration and a master’s in counseling there. Mary had a thirty-seven-year career as an educator, serving as an English teacher in Huckabay and Lake Worth. She was a counselor at Arlington Heights High School in Fort Worth I.S.D. And Assistant Principal in Fort Worth I.S.D. at Diamond Hill Jarvis and Carter Riverside High School.

She was a lifelong member of the Church of Christ and was a founding member of Altamesa Church of Christ. After retirement, she volunteered at Harris Methodist Southwest Hospital for eighteen years, serving as chairman of the committee to organize the Auxiliary and was the first full term president of the Auxiliary. As well, she enjoyed keeping up with former students, whom she counted as family, collecting dolls, and gardening. Mary was so loved and will be missed by all who knew her. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Foster's Home for Children, 1779 N. Graham Street, Stephenville, TX 76401. She was preceded in death by her husband, Bill Eugene Tate, parents, Lena Mae and Henry Mahlon Sublett, as well as sister, Patsy Mae Edwards, and brother Charles Derwin Sublett.

SURVIVORS: She is survived by her brother, Pat Mahlon Sublett, as well as children, Jena Daniels and husband Larry, Mahlon Tate and wife Melanie, and Melissa Lou Brown. She had four grandchildren, Scott Daniels, Kristen Daniels, Ashley Flowers, and Maggie Whitt. Great grandchildren include Everett Flowers, Henry Whitt, Eli Flowers, Camille Whitt, and Emory Flowers.

Published in Star-Telegram on Feb. 24, 2019

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Marion Brown Tomme Jr. '48

Marion Brown Tomme Jr. FORT WORTH--Marion Brown Tomme Jr., 88, died of a broken heart early on the morning of Valentine's Day, Feb. 14, 2019, just 20 days after his wife of nearly 57 years, Anne, left this earth. He also battled Parkinson's syndrome for many years but remained lucid to the end.

MEMORIAL SERVICE: 3:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 22, 2019, in Greenwood Chapel. MEMORIALS: In lieu of flowers, please send donations in Brown's name to Stage West Theater.

Born during the Great Depression in Norman, Okla., while his father traveled with Lawrence Welk's dance band, Brown lived in Fort Worth for almost all of his nearly 89 years. He was a gifted singer and was a member of the famous Apollo Boys' Choir, the precursor for the Texas Boys' Choir. He graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in electrical engineering after serving as president of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity, caring for the fraternity's sock-destroying ocelot, completing Army ROTC, and leading the Glee Club. He was commissioned as a lieutenant in the Army Corps of Engineers and served in Korea. After his discharge, he began working for General Dynamics, rising during a 38-year career to senior engineering management. He received a Master of Management Science degree from Texas Christian University and became a beloved leader at GD, with a large number of his team's members staying in contact with him until his death.

When the F-111 encountered a major snag because its bombs were much less accurate than the Air Force required, Brown discovered the source of the error with a handwritten emergency analysis that began, "Assume a spherical earth . . ." and ended with finding a plus sign in the code that should have been a minus sign to rescue the program. He was sent to Thailand for several months during the Vietnam War to help implement the solution. He also led the F-16 team that developed the world's first computer-graphic-driven, domed simulator at a time when computers were monstrosities that occupied many large rooms.

An avid bowler and golfer, he played on company teams for years. He retired when Lockheed acquired the plant and installed their own senior management team. Brown loved to teach and helped get his sons and many of their friends through math and science classes in middle and high school and college. In addition to several long car trips each year around the United States with his family, he and Anne also traveled extensively throughout Europe, Africa, Asia, South America and Australia. Many of these trips were made to satisfy his need for speed on the ski slopes. Brought up a Southern Baptist, he and Anne, an Episcopalian, became active members of Ridglea Presbyterian Church for their entire married life. He enjoyed the theater and other performing arts, especially Stage West and the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra.

SURVIVORS: Sister, Betty Christian; sons, Ed and Ric; and his grandchildren, Trace, Kyle and Hannah.

Published in Star-Telegram on Feb. 19, 2019

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Harold Wayne Landers '57

Harold Wayne Landers, 79, died Wednesday, February 7, 2019 at his home in Hurst, Texas, following his hard-fought battle with cancer.

He leaves his wife of 60 years, Pat (Littlepage) Landers; his daughter, Fran Williams and husband Thom; son, Tim Landers and wife, Caryn; his brother, Don Landers; five grandchildren, Jonathan Williams and wife Tess, Dustin Williams, Victoria Williams, Scott Landers, and Katy Landers; his nephew Mike and wife Shelli Landers, niece Cheryl and husband Dewey Harrison, nephew Tom and wife Danielle Landers; and many close friends. Harold was proceeded in death by daughter, Lana Gay.

Born in Denton, Texas, he attended school in Cleburne and graduated from Carter-Riverside High School, Fort Worth in 1957. The son of Herman and Lillian (Ganzer) Landers, he was a resident of Hurst, Texas.

Harold attended Arlington State College, began working at Bell Helicopter in 1962 and transferred to Amarillo in 1968 after Bell opened a facility for crash damaged UH-1 Huey’s from the Vietnam War. Harold was called into Christian ministry, attended Western Bible College and served as the Child Evangelism Fellowship director of the Greater Denver Chapter from 1972 to 1980. He returned to Bell Helicopter to work on the OH-58D “Kiowa” project and retired in 2001 as the Program Manager of the V-22 “Osprey”.

After retirement, Harold volunteered at DFW Airport as an Ambassador even during 9-11. Bicycling became front and center and he formed the ROMEO bike group (“Retired Old Men Enjoying Outdoors”), served with March of Dimes, helped with the Cowtown Marathon, organized the Carter Riverside High School class of ‘57 alumni group, helped start Bear Creek Bible Church in Keller, and organized the Bell retiree’s monthly luncheons. He enjoyed spending time with his children and grand-children; fishing; hunting with his brother; and traveling with his wife, family and friends. 

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the Bear Creek Bible Church Harold and Pat Landers Center for Christian Education at 1555 N. Tarrant Pkwy.; Keller, Texas 76248.

Memorial Service: 2:00 pm Saturday, February 16, at Bear Creek Bible Church, 1555 N. Tarrant Parkway in Keller. The family will receive friends and visitors from 6:00-8:00 pm Thursday, February 14, at Lucas Funeral Home, 1321 Precinct Line Road in Hurst. Burial will be held at Blue Mound Cemetery in Sanger.

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Austin Albert Harp '64

Austin Albert Harp BURLESON--Austin A. Harp, 72, departed this life on Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019, while surrounded by friends and his beloved wife.

FUNERAL: 3:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 21, 2019, in Mount Olivet Chapel.

Interment: Mount Olivet Cemetery.

Visitation: 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday at Mount Olivet.

Austin was a native of Fort Worth. His effervescence and love of life, country and especially Jesus, will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Austin attended TCU and graduated with a degree in nursing. He was a dedicated and well-loved ER and Recovery nurse at Cook Children's Medical Center for 17 years and continued his calling in the medical arts well after that time. He served as first lieutenant in the Army and reserves for over 10 years, including actively in Korea for 13 months. His patriotism is something he always held dear. The family extends special gratitude to the caregivers, especially Hawk McGuire, Cindy Lara and Jesse Wilhite.

Austin was preceded in death by his parents, Frank A. and Juanita Harp; and his nephew, Cody McGuire.

SURVIVORS: He is survived by his wife of 30 years, Dee Dee; his beloved pets, Angel and Scout; many friends and extended family. Surviving family include: Cindie Sanchez, Hawk and Brenda McGuire, Tommy McGuire, Raymond McGuire Jr. and Kim, Charitie and Russ Barnes, Chad Shepherd, Michelle and Bobby Gibbs, Angelina Sanchez and Nicole, Kristen Sanchez, Kyle and Jacquie Sanchez, Colton Peel, Justin McGuire and Renee, Ashlie, RJ, Trinity, Harper, Everleigh, Rhiannon, Grant, Joseph, Harley and Jordan, Ana, and Sapphira.

Published in Star-Telegram on Jan. 19, 2019

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Mary Lou Russell Dawson '50

Mary Lou Dawson, 83, of Maypearl, died in her sleep at Estates Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center in Fort Worth, on Sunday June 18, 2017 after years of battling Alzheimer's disease.   Mary graduated from Riverside High School, received her undergraduate in teaching from TCU and her masters from Texas Tech.

She married Ted Dawson in 1955 while going to college and became his loyal companion for the rest of her life.   Mary taught elementary school, worked at TCU in the Registrar's office, became a nanny for years and was a supporter and helper in her husband'sphotography business.

Mary became a Christian in her early years at Riverside Baptist Church.   She was an active member of several churches with her most recent being Chambers Creek Baptist in Grandview, Tx.   She served in various ways such as teaching Sunday School, Vacation Bible School, helping with the photography and production of church directories, and participated in church mission activities.   For the community, she served as a volunteer on the North Richland Hills Library start up committee and as P.T.A. member and sometimes officer.

Mary loved entertaining friends and hosting get-togethers. She and Ted have been a part of a special group of longtime friends known as "The 42 Group"ť meeting since 1956.

She took care of her parents in their old age as well as Ted's, parents in theirs. The last 18 years of her life were spent on the farm (plus 3 in the Nursing Home). Throughout her life, she was always helping with cows, crops, or whatever farm work was needed.   Mary enjoyed music and was always ready to participate in the Hokey-Pokey. Friends and family alike loved her dearly.

Mary is survived by: Husband- Ted Dawson.   Son - Gary Lee Dawson of Fort Worth. Daughter- Kitty Lou Dawson (Parris) of Maypearl. Grandchildren, Lydia OraMarie of Waxahachie, and Matt & Kelila Dawson of Waxahachie. Great Granddaughter- Alaska Sky Dawson. And nieces, nephews and their families, plus many cousins and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Samuel Lee and Kitty Russell of Fort Worth, her sister, Jo Ann McAlindon of Fort Worth and niece, Sherry Sherman of Fort Worth.

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Alma Mae Justice Scoggins '50

Alma Mae Scoggins was born June 12, 1932 in Fort Worth, Texas to Ernest and Elsie Justice. On Sunday, February 4, 2018 Alma went to the Kingdom of Heaven to be in the presence of the Lord forever.

She was a special Christian lady that loved flowers. She was preceded in death by her parents and her beloved husband Ernest of sixty-one years.

Those left to cherish her memory are her son, Randy Alan Scoggins of Weatherford, TX; daughters, Cheryl Scoggins Berish of Denton, Texas and Melinda Scoggins Conklin and her fiancé Joe Berry of Weatherford, Texas; six grandchildren and seven great grandchildren, Sergeant First Class, Bryan Purkey, wife Jessica and children Paige, Rylie, Olivia, Grace (OG) and Corbin stationed in Georgia, Orris Batten and girlfriend Alexandra of Florida, Charlie Batten wife Michelle and children Brylyn and Makayla of Crowley, Tommy Berish of Tennessee, Daniel Berish of Tennessee, Michele Salas husband Stephen and daughter Lilly Mae of Tennessee.

Funeral service for Ms. Alma will be Friday, February 9, 2018 at 2:00PM with visitation one hour prior to service at Emerald Hills Funeral Home in Kennedale, Texas.


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Donald Ray Smith '56

On Tuesday, January 22, 2019, Donald R. Smith, loving husband, father, and grandfather, passed away.

Don was born in Fort Worth, Texas, to Noel and Elsie (Reynolds) Smith. He was the second of four boys (David, Daniel, and the late Noel Jr.). He studied engineering at Texas A&M and served in the United States Army.

After his discharge in 1963, he moved to Long Island to marry Joyce Haynes. Together, they raised three children (Donna, Margaret, and Brian) in Lynbrook, NY. He was the proud grandfather of Cathal and Eamonn Kirkyla and Parker, Samantha, and Dylan Smith.

His wake will be held on Friday, January 25, 2-4pm and 7-9pm at Perry Funeral Home in Lynbrook, NY.

The Funeral Mass will be held Saturday, January 26, 2019 at 10:30 am at Don's longtime parish, St Raymond's in East Rockaway, NY

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Barbara Jean McAlister Collier '50

Mrs. Barbara Jean Collier, age 85, of Fulton, KY passed away Friday, October 5, 2018 at her residence. 

Mrs. Collier was a member of the Smith Street Church of Christ and was a homemaker. She attended Abilene Christian College in Abilene, TX.

She is survived by three sons and daughters in law- Bobby Collier (Rosa) of Glenwood Springs,CO, Kelly Collier of Knoxville, TN, and Wes Collier (Tina) of South Fulton, TN; two daughters and sons in law Sally Floyd (Robert) of Fulton, KY and Mary Lynn Cooley (Russell) of Fulton, KY; ten grandchildren and ten great grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her husband Fred Dean Collier, her parents Oliver Stacey and Altha Ailene Roberts McAlister Richardson, her step father Lawrence Wesley Richardson, a brother Robert Oliver McAlister and a daughter-in-law, Jeannie Collier. 

Funeral services will be held at 2PM Tuesday in our funeral chapel with burial to follow in the Pleasant View Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be held at the funeral home from 11AM Tuesday until the hour of service. 

Memorials may be made to the Cerebral Palsy Foundation, 3 Columbus Circle, 15th Floor, New York, NY 10019. 

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Daniel Newton McBrayer, Sr.  '50

Daniel Newton McBrayer, Sr.
March 15, 1932- January 16, 2019
American, Patriot, Lover of His Lord Daniel Newton McBrayer, Sr., age 86, went home to be with the Lord on January 16, 2019 from Harbor Lakes Nursing and Rehabilitation Home in Granbury Texas. He was born March 15, 1932 to Hubert Bryan and Mabel McBrayer of Fort Worth Texas.

Dan went to Carter Riverside High School in North Fort Worth but entered the Marine Corps by age 17. He served 2 years active duty during the Korean War, then served 4 years in the reserves.  He began working in the family piano business by age 20 and continued to own and operate many stores in the Dallas-Ft Worth area before leaving his legacy to his sons.

Dan had a passionate love for the Lord, family, and sports in that order. His marriage to Ouida Hill produced 4 children: Danny McBrayer Jr. (wife Mary Benell McKinney), Dana Vilaboy (husband Ken Vilaboy), Shannon Sitar, Patrick Donovan McBrayer.  He played ASA fast pitch softball and semi-pro Fast pitch softball for over 26 years. He travelled to the prestigious world tournament in Rock Island, Illinois on more than one occasion, and had a multi-year run with an elite five man team, the “Fabulous Five,” who held undefeated status during his time with the team.Dan was a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and his ultimate love of the game was when he became Chaplain for the Arlington UTA Women’s collegiate softball team for over 10 years. He was with them during their Championship season of 2007.  His service to the team members and their families brought an endearing and lifelong fulfillment of his love to share the gospel of Jesus Christ and His greater Love while here on earth.

His latter career/ministry was devoted once again to his love in serving the Lord Jesus Christ. He was former host for Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship radio program “Good News” and member of the Full Gospel Fellowship as well as banquet speaker for the fellowship.  Dan produced and hosted a public television program which aired over fourteen cable channels in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, "Joyful Praise,” for over 20 years. His youngest son, Patrick, worked on the program as cameraman while Dan interviewed various guests and performers from all walks of life, who too had a testimony for the work Jesus Christ had done in their life.

He was preceded in death by his father and mother Hubert Bryan and Mabel McBrayer, older sister Colleen McBrayer, younger brother Mackey Van McBrayer, and grandsons Jason Bryan McBrayer and Julian Michael Donovan McBrayer.

He is survived by his four children, brother David McBrayer, 7 grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren, and numerous cousins, aunts and uncles.
In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to Teen Challenge of Fort Worth, Texas

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James B. "Bob" Baker III '49


James B. Baker III FORT WORTH--James B. Baker III, "Bob," passed away peacefully, surrounded by his family on Christmas morning, Dec. 25, 2018.

SERVICE: Bob's wish was that no formal funeral be held, but rather a gathering to celebrate his life at a later date in La Jolla, Calif.

MEMORIALS: In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to First United Methodist Church of Fort Worth or Fort Worth Japanese Garden. Bob was a force of life and source of big laughs and deep love. He brightened the lives of everyone. Bob was a loving, generous, kind gentleman, with an engaging personality and sharp wit. He was hilarious and kept everyone in stiches. Bob embodied joie de vivre. He was fondly known to his family and friends as "Bobbles" and "Chef-Bob." He loved his friends, gourmet restaurants, travel, museums, architecture, gardens, landscape and interior design. He appreciated everything beautiful and had impeccable taste. His kitchen was a special place where he recreated, with zest, family recipes - especially his mother's famous lemon chess pie.

He and Earline treasured their time in California visiting their daughter, Ashley, her family, and friends. Born in Fort Worth, Texas, on Feb. 9, 1931, to Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Baker Jr., Bob was a member of the pioneering Baker family, best known for Baker Bros. Nursery, which was established by his grandfather in Fort Worth, Texas, in 1884 and was in business for 103 years. One of their greatest projects was landscaping the city of Los Alamos, N.M.

Bob attended Texas A&M and graduated from Texas Tech in 1953 with a degree in horticulture and landscape architecture. He was a member of Phi Delta Theta and ROTC. After graduation, he proudly served his country as an officer in the United States Air Force. Bob was a former member of the Jaycees, Kiwanis Club, many professional nursery associations, as well as the Fort Worth Club and Colonial Country Club.

SURVIVORS: He is survived by his loving wife of 50 years, Earline; daughter, Ashley Baker Greer; son-in-law, Lance Greer; and granddaughter, Windsor of La Jolla, Calif.

Published in Star-Telegram on Jan. 20, 2019

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Kathy Jean Woolf Sparks '68

Kathy Jean Sparks ARLINGTON -- Kathy Jean Sparks, age 68, went to be with her Lord on January 2, 2019 after her long battle with cancer. She passed away peacefully with her family by her side.

She was born on July 6, 1950 in Fort Worth to Durward and Jennie Bob Woolf. Kathy was a long-time member of First United Methodist Church of Arlington. Kathy loved life, her family, and friends. She was always on the go with activities for her children and grandchildren. Her mother taught her to love the theater and she enjoyed passing this love on to her daughter and granddaughters. She was a Girl Scout leader and was loved by all her daughter's friends.

Kathy dearly loved her many friends including The Lunch Bunch friends, mothers of daughters from Jennifer's school friends. She loved attending soccer games and other sports with Scott and her grandchildren. It was never too cold or wet to support her kids, their activities, and Lamar High School, VFND. Kathy worked at Botanical Research Institute of Texas where she shared her beautiful smile with all who entered. The family wants to express their thanks to Community Hospice of Texas for their loving support. Donations to Community Hospice can be sent at Kathy wanted her family and friends to celebrate her life in their own ways.

SURVIVORS: Kathy will be dearly missed and survived by her husband David Sparks, son Scott Sparks and wife Rebecca, daughter Jennifer Sparks Hoffman and husband Shannon, grandchildren: Zackary, Dalton, Austin, Dawson, Makinzy, Cassidy, Marissa, and Caroline, her brother Jerry Woolf, in-laws: Jo Sparks, Steve Sparks, Mitchel Huffman and wife Kaye Sparks Huffman, and nieces and nephews.

 Published in Star-Telegram on Jan. 13, 2019

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Brenda Joyce Hooper Albright '65

Brenda J. Albright, age 72 of Arlington, passed away peacefully on January 16, 2019 at her home with her family at her side. She was born on January 10, 1947 in Texarkana, Texas, the daughter of James Hooper, Sr. and Ola Mae Kennedy. Brenda married James Albright on November 15, 1986 and they celebrated 32 years of marriage together.

Growing up, Brenda enjoyed fishing with her Dad, bike riding with her brothers, spending summers with her grandparents in East Texas, and going on many family vacations. Brenda grew up wanting to be a nurse and retired from Arlington Memorial Hospital after many years of loving service as a LVN. Brenda's family was her greatest pride and she enjoyed the many vacations together and celebrating her children's and grandchildren's graduations.

Brenda leaves behind her husband, James; children Detta Kay Calhoun, DeLana Dale Greenhill, Tina Joyce King, Lisa Marie Sutherlin, and Amy Lynn Fernandez; grandchildren Michael Shedden, Jennifer Barron, Ryan Dubberke, Cassie Estok, Heather Anderson, Taylor Knies, Cody Greenhill, Zachary Greenhill, Colbie Kratz, Jacob King, Jared King, Crystal Sutherlin, Amber Sutherlin, Cameron Fernandez, and Carson Fernandez; 13 great grandchildren; siblings Travis Lee Hooper, Wanda Ruth Hathcock, Billy Dale Hooper, and James William Hooper, Jr.

A celebration of Brenda's life will be Sunday, January 20 at 2:00pm at Moore Bowen Road Funeral Home, Arlington.

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Wendell Conditt '46

Wendell Conditt FORT WORTH-Wendell Conditt was born June 19, 1929, in Crane, Texas, to C.B. and Johnnie Mae Conditt. He passed away Monday, Dec. 31, 2018.

 MEMORIAL SERVICE: will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019, at Diamond Oaks Country Club.

MEMORIALS: In lieu of flowers, his wishes were that donations to be made to the Fort Worth Junior Golf Club.

Wendell was was an avid golfer and one of the founding members of Diamond Oaks Country Club. He was involved in the Fort Worth Junior Golf Club for 52 years which was his passion. He enjoyed working with young, aspiring golfers. He was also a supporter of the Texas Wesleyan College and Fort Worth First Tee. Wendell was preceded in death by his parents; brother, Lloyd; sister, Joyce; and the mother of his children, Helen Conditt.

SURVIVORS: He is survived by his wife of 20 years, Harriett; sons, Ras, David, and John Conditt; daughter, Dena Wright; brother, Clyde Conditt; stepchildren, Scott Gammage, Gay Ellen Dunn; grandchildren, Niles, Carrie, Wendy, Nicole, Haylee and Celeste; and six great-grandchildren.

Published in Star-Telegram on Jan. 13, 2019

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Robert Allen Collup '56

Robert “Lump” Collup was born September 6th, 1938 to Rhandle and Marzella Collup in Fort Worth, TX. He grew up in the Riverside area where he would graduate from Carter Riverside in 1956.  He remained close friends with many of his fellow graduates over his lifetime. He attended TCU for a short time, while working many hours and having two younger children at the time, Cheryl and Richard. Later he had three more children, Robert Junior, Michael, & Marsha. Lump then married the love of his life, Zella in 1985, where he then gained three more sons; Freddie, Les, & Warren Lee.

He was a member of the National Guard for many years. He worked at Swift, Merchant, Roadway, and YRC for a total of 66 years.  He was active in the Lions Club, FFA participation, peewee basketball coach, and socializing whenever able.

Lump loved nothing more than to spend time with his family and friends celebrating life. He had an encouraging spirit and loved to tell stories. Lump understood one thing...”The Good Lord Willing”, which is a motto he used in his every day applications (Phil 4:13- I can do all things through Christ.).

He was proud of where he came from and even prouder of his children and grandchildren and the legacy that will continue to live on through them. Lump was loved by many and his encouraging, outgoing, friendly spirit will be deeply missed by his loved ones.

Lump was proceeded in death by his parents, his wife, Zella, and his oldest child, Cheryl, and his son Freddie.

Survivors: Children; Richard & Jeanne, Robert Junior, Michael, Marsha, Les & Charley, Warren Lee; son-in-law, J.D.; grandchildren, Jeremy, Jason & Chantel, Chelsea & Patrick, Jonathon & Rachel, Samantha & William, Lauren, Jessica, Willow, Tyler, Kyle, Zachary, Brandon; great grandchildren, Soren, Linden, Reece, & Journey.

Memorial Service:  10 a.m., January 19, 2019 Christway Baptist Church 7673 Texas  Hwy–199, Springtown, TX.

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Harry Gene Hansen '52

Harry Hansen, 85, of Hamilton and Granbury, passed away on Sunday, November 11, 2018.  

Memorial service: 12:00 PM, Friday, November 16, 2018, Wiley Funeral Home Chapel, Granbury. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research 

Harry was born on November 6, 1933 in Fort Worth, Texas to Melvin and Lorene Hansen. He proudly served his country in the United States Navy reserves. He spent 40 years as an airline pilot for Continental Airlines – he began his career flying the DC-3 and retired as a captain in 1993 flying the DC-10. His passion was for antique aviation, he regularly used his aircraft mechanic license to take airplanes apart and put them back together. He ran the Hamilton Municipal Airport for 25 years where he was a flight instructor and took many people for their first airplane rides. 

Harry enjoyed ranching and was on the Board of Directors for the Fort Worth Stock Show and became the Honorary Vice President. He was on the School Board for Hamilton ISD and was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Hamilton. 

Harry was survived by his wife of 58 years: Jackie Hansen, children: JoAnn Hansen and Steven Bates, Ronnie Hansen and wife Crystal, Mike Hansen and wife Amanda, and grandchildren: Alexis Hansen, Morgan Hansen, and Conrad Hansen.

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Glynn Shelby Peel '51

TYLER - Glynn Shelby Peel, 85, passed away Friday, Dec. 28, 2018.

Glynn was born in Fort Worth on Jan. 3, 1933, to J.C. and Nellie Peel. Glynn was a member of Rockport Masonic Lodge #132, and past patron in the Order of Eastern Star in Rockport #469.

A private family service and burial was at Mount Olivet Cemetery on January 2.  He had been in ill health for several years. After discharge from military service He went to work for Southwestern Bell Telephone company. When Shelby retired he and Reta (Class of 51)moved to Rockport Texas, Living there for 16 years and then moving to a retirement community in Tyler Texas. Reta and Shelby had been married for 61 years. He would’ve been 86 on January 3.

Glynn was preceded in death by parents, J.C. and Nellie; and brother, Norman Peel.

Survivors: Wife, Reta Peel; daughter, Suzanne Farrar; daughter, Mary Kerr; grandson, Robert Widner; granddaughter-in-law, Aynsley Widner; granddaughter, Scii Michelli; and great-grandson, Dylan Widner.

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Sherry Rawls Morgan '60

Sherry Rawls Morgan COLLEYVILLE--Sherry Morgan, 76, passed away Saturday, Jan. 5, 2019.

FUNERAL: 2 p.m. Wednesday at First Baptist of Colleyville.

Burial: Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Park.

Visitation: 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Lucas Funeral Home in Keller, 1601 S. Main, Keller.

Sherry was preceded in death by her parents, Jim and Winifred "Hank" Rawls.

SURVIVORS: Sherry is survived by her husband of 56 years J.B. Morgan; children, Mike Morgan and wife, Michelle, and Marshall Morgan and wife, Kathy; grandchildren, Blake, Katie, Taylor, Emily, Sydney and Cole; siblings, Ronnie Rawls and Candy Herrington.

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Judith Jane May Hollingshead '58

Judith Jane Hollingshead FORT WORTH -- Judith Jane Hollingshead, 78, passed away Monday, Dec. 31, 2018.

Service: Funeral: 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in Mount Olivet Chapel.

Interment: Mount Olivet Cemetery.

Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at Mount Olivet. Judith was born Nov. 4, 1940 in Kearney, Neb. to Clarence and Pauline May. She was valedictorian in high school at Carter Riverside High School. She was a long-time member of Oakhurst Presbyterian Church and Ridgley Presbyterian Church and loved to sing in the choir. Judith was preceded in death by her husband, James Ronald Hollingshead; and son, Gregory Wayne Porter.

Survivors: Daughter, Laura Ramos (Mario); son, Christopher Porter (Maria); and father to her children, Wayne Porter; grandchildren, Valerie Porter, Victoria Porter, Destin Ramos, Misty Olabode, Marcus Ramos, Zachary Ramos, Michael Porter, William Porter, Crystal Porter; great-grandchildren, Matthew Caldwell, Cecilia Porter; and numerous girlfriends and church members.

Published in Star-Telegram on Jan. 6, 2019

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Shirley Yvonne Carter Alcorn '50

Shirley Yvonne Carter Alcorn died at her daughters house in Conroe, Texas (Montgomery County) on May 3, 2017.  Burial arrangements under the direction of Garden Park Cemetery, Conroe, Texas

Daughters, Sherry West and husband Lorin, Sharon Sweeten and husband Danney;
Son, Ward Alcorn and wife Kris;
Grandchildren, Clinton West, Lauren Bergholtz and husband Gary, Jon Sweeten and wife Racheel, Tent Sweeten and wife Megan, Colby Smith, Devin Searle, Madison Searle, Preston Warren, Scott Warren, Heather Searle, Wren Alcorn and Riley Alcorn, Kelli Ashby, Katy Patton and Chelsea Dent;
Great- grandchildren, Kale West, Gary Bergholtz III, Lorin Bergholtz, Roman Searle, Addison Sweeten, Emilyn Sweeten, Annelynn Sweeten and Kyle Sweeten.

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William Daniel Hillis, MD '49

William Daniel Hillis, MD June 12, 1933 – April 26, 2018

William Daniel Hillis, MD, a longtime resident of Waco, passed away peacefully on the evening of April 26, 2018. Visitation will be at 10:30 AM, followed by the funeral service at 11:00 AM, Wednesday, May 2, at Seventh and James Baptist Church of Waco, with the Rev. Erin Conaway officiating. Burial at Oakwood Cemetery will follow.

Bill was born near Dardanelle, Arkansas, and then moved with his family to Fort Worth, Texas. He met his wife of nearly 65 years, Argye Briggs, in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. They were married on December 23, 1952. Argye and Bill shared an adventurous life of science, medicine, and family, as they traveled across the world, living in Baltimore, Maryland; Copenhagen, Denmark; San Antonio, Texas, Covington, Louisiana; St. Johns, Florida; the Congo; Calcutta, India; Waco, Texas; and finally Austin, Texas, where Argye passed away in 2017.

Bill attended his beloved Baylor University, majoring in Chemistry, before he completed his medical training at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He was in the AFROTC program at Baylor, and later rose to the rank of Colonel in the Air Force Reserves. Argye and Bill had three children, William Daniel (Danny), David Mark, and Argye Elizabeth (Beth), who were born in Baltimore and in Copenhagen, Denmark. Bill was a virologist, who discovered the first primate model for Hepatitis B, a key to developing an effective vaccine, while raising their children in the Congo during a revolution. He continued his virology career in Calcutta, India, before returning to Johns Hopkins in 1970 to resume his career in clinical medicine. He became a respected nephrologist and epidemiologist, and was the first Director of the internationally acclaimed Moore Clinic at Johns Hopkins. 

In 1981, they returned to Baylor where Bill became the Cornelia Marschall Smith Distinguished Professor of Biology. He chaired Baylor’s Biology Department and later became Baylor’s Executive Vice President and then Vice President of Student Life. He was devoted to teaching and led summer programs for Baylor in London and Maastricht, Netherlands. 

In Waco, Bill was a member of Seventh and James Baptist Church, where he sang in the choir. In 2012, Argye and Bill moved to Austin to be closer to members of his family, while maintaining their deep friendships in Waco. 

Bill was loved and admired, not only by his wife, his three children, and six grandchildren, but also by his many friends, colleagues, and relatives throughout the world.

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Vivian A. Shahan Carter Gross '49

Vivian A. Shahan Carter Gross NORTH RICHLAND HILLS -- Vivian A. Shahan Carter Gross, 87, passed away Wednesday, December 26, 2018.

SERVICE: Sunday, January 6, 2019; 2p.m. at Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home in Colleyville, Texas.

Visitation at 1 p.m. with interment at Bluebonnet Cemetery. Pastor Jeremy Blackwell will officiate.

Vivian was born August 26,1931 in Breckenridge, Texas to Herbert Doran and Opal Faye McKinney Shahan. The family moved to Fort Worth, Texas where Vivian attended Carter-Riverside High School. Upon graduation she married Johnny “Tex” Carter and started her family, having two sons. Vivian worked as a bookkeeper for FAA/GSA government agencies, as a secretary in Birdville ISD, and ran her own business, Gross Steel with her second husband. She was a devoted wife, mother, sister and friend. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband (Barry Gross), sister (Vina Faye Parsons), and brother (Terry Buchan). She will be missed by all.

SURVIVORS: Sons, Clyde Carter (Sandra) and John Carter (Shonda) Grandchildren, Beverly Bybee (Joe), Brandon Carter (Melissa), Rachel Willis (Allen), Tianti Carter, John Chastain (Kelly), Jeremy Blackwell (Sara) and Kenneth Finder. Nephew, Randall Parsons. And numerous step-children, step-grandchildren, and great grandchildren.

Published in Star-Telegram on Jan. 4, 2019

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William Raymond Carden Jr. '55

William Carden Jr. WACO -- Bill Carden, 81, of Waco, TX, passed away peacefully on Sunday, Dec. 30th after a lengthy illness.

Visitation will be from 5:00 to 7:00 pm at OakCrest Funeral Home, 4520 Bosque Boulevard, Waco, Texas on Thursday, January 10, 2019.

A Memorial Service will be Friday, January 11, at 11:00 am at the Lake Shore Baptist Church, 5801 Bishop Drive, Waco, TX.

Bill was born on August 22, 1937, in Ft. Worth, TX, the older child and only son of William Raymond Carden, Sr. and Minnie Catherine (Atkinson) Carden. He excelled in sports and graduated as the Senior Class President of Carter Riverside H.S. in Ft. Worth, TX. It was at church camp the summer of his senior year that he met the love of his life, Merilyn Brown. To stay near Merilyn during her senior year, he started college playing football for Arlington State before later transferring to Baylor University. He graduated from Baylor with a triple major in religion, philosophy and history. On December 28, 1957, he and Merilyn were married at the First Baptist Church of Arlington, TX. Shortly thereafter, he pastored at Rock Prairie Baptist Church in College Station, TX while completing his degree. Bill went on to earn his M.A. in History under Dr. Ralph Lynn, who Bill later said, "had a greater impact on my life than anyone outside of my own immediate family." It was under the direction of Dr. Lynn that Bill completed his thesis: "Decision for War: The Fear of a German dominated World as the Prime Cause for United States' Entrance into WW I."

Bill moved his family to Belton, TX in 1960 as he began his teaching career at Mary Hardin Baylor. He earned his PhD in History at Emory University, Atlanta, GA in 1966, and then accepted a teaching position at Stetson University in Deland, FL. He forewent a post-doctoral fellowship at Harvard to return to Texas to be near his aging parents. Back in Texas, he wrote the controversial "Carden Report," an assessment of the Baptist colleges and universities throughout the state commissioned by the Baptist General Convention of Texas. In an effort to impact the findings of the report, Bill joined the staff of Baylor University, under President Abner McCall, as Vice President for Academic Affairs. It was in this role that he worked closely with the student government, effecting positive changes within the University's structure. It was a difficult decision to leave academia when, in 1970, Bill joined Word Incorporated as vice president, at the invitation of founder Jarrell McCracken, who would become a life-long friend. It was at Word that Bill interacted with talented people like musician Kurt Kaiser and artist Dennis Hill, with whom he also enjoyed life-long friendships. He then moved to Dallas in 1973 to join Baylor friend Sparky Beckham in the real estate business.

This was foundational to launching a banking career, which he did, at First National Bank, McAllen, in 1977. Bill was eager to return to Central Texas and subsequently accepted a position as President of the American Bank of Waco, working with the Callan/ Bostick/ Deaver families. In 1982, he returned to academia to start and direct the Center for Banking and Financial Studies in the Baylor Business School, formulating a continuing education curriculum for banks around the country. It was during this period that he at various times served as Chairman of the marketing division of the Texas Bankers Association; as President of the Baylor Alumni Association; and as board member of the Waco Chamber of Commerce, the Baylor Development Council, the Hankamer School of Business and the Baylor College of Arts and Sciences. Bill formed his bank consultancy firm, The Carden Group, in 1985 and spent the remaining years of his career developing relationships with bankers and companies throughout the United States. Those relationships expanded to Board roles at KFC Corporation and Q2 where he devoted a significant portion of his later professional life, creating substantive friendships and unique life experiences.

Bill valued his 40 years in the Waco community and the personal and business relationships he formed there. Many were solidified in the church families at Seventh and James Baptist Church, Lake Shore Baptist Church and most recently St. Paul's Episcopal Church, where he led large Sunday school classes and participated in many governance committees. He had a great appreciation of civic responsibility and enjoyed his service on the Waco City Council, as well as the boards of many non-profits, including Caritas. While Bill was ready to be with the Lord, he reluctantly left his wife of 61 years, with whom he celebrated an anniversary on December 28, two days before his passing.

He is survived by wife Merilyn Carden, daughter Virginia and her husband Joe Ellis, son Michael and his wife Lori Nelson Carden, daughter Amber Lynn Carden, grandchildren Tyler, Eric and Chandler Ellis, Ashlynn and Duncan McGee and Bryn Carden, sister Barbara Carden, and numerous cousins. Bill's hope for us this coming year is that we: May be able to use our abilities fully to solve whatever challenges confront us; Always act in hope, regardless of the bleakness of the situation; Pursue positive goals to keep us focused on our dreams; Remain serenely happy in knowing that we are loved and cherished by family and friends; and Show the courage to live a life true to our best self, and not the life others expect of us.

Funeral service will be conducted by lifelong friend and Minister Deryl Fleming. Honorary pallbearers are Dr. Robert Baird, Dr. Robert Christian, Mr. Dennis Hill and Dr. Rufus Spain, and in Memoriam: Dr. Ralph Lynn, Dr. James Vardaman, Dr. Kurt Kaiser, Mr. Jarrell McCracken and Dr. A.A. Hyden. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Caritas of Waco or the Family Health Center of Waco.

Published in Star-Telegram on Jan. 4, 2019

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Karen Ann Isbell Rogers '67

Karen Ann Rogers ENID, OKLA.--Karen Ann Rogers, 69, was born May 29, 1949, in Fort Worth, Texas, to Dr. Marney C. and Katherine Tinsley Isbell and passed away Thursday, Dec. 20, 2018, at her home in Enid, Okla.

CELEBRATION OF LIFE: 2 p.m. Friday at Emmanuel Enid. Burial follows in the Memorial Park Cemetery under the direction of Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home.

Visitation: The family will receive friends 6 to 7 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. At age 10, Karen made her commitment of faith at Riverside Baptist Church, where she was an active member through adulthood. Karen attended Amon Carter-Riverside High School, the University of Texas at Arlington and graduated from the John Peter Smith Hospital School of Nursing in 1971.

SURVIVORS: She is survived by her husband, Dr. Bert Rogers of the home; daughters, Kimberly Ring and husband, Darrell, and Katherine Roberts and husband, Daulton, of Enid; son, Phillip Rogers and his wife, Kathryn, of Carrollton, Texas; grandchildren, Dustin, Emma Grace, and Charlie; uncle, Gene Rainwater; and many other family and friends.

Published in Star-Telegram on Dec. 26, 2018

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James Edward "Eddie" Alread '62

James Edward "Eddie" Alread NORTH RICHLAND HILLS--James Edward "Eddie" Alread, 75, passed away Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018, after a brief battle with cancer.

 SERVICE: 1 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 26, at Lucas Funeral Home, 1321 Precinct Line Road, Hurst.

A short reception will follow the service at Lucas.

Burial attended by the family will be in Smithfield Cemetery.

MEMORIALS: In lieu of flowers, the family suggests a donation to the American Cancer Society.

Eddie was born in November of 1943 in Los Angeles, Calif., and raised in Fort Worth, Texas, where he graduated from Amon Carter-Riverside High School and went on to attend North Texas State. He married the love of his life, Linda Kay, in 1966. She and Eddie built a home in Smithfield, raising one son, Scott, born in 1969. Eddie was a lifelong member of Smithfield United Methodist Church and worked for 38 years at Mrs. Baird's Bakery. Eddie was preceded in death by his parents, Cameron and Helen Alread.

SURVIVORS: Wife, Kay; son and daughter-in-law, Scott and Stephanie; grandchildren, Garrett, Hudson and Scarlett; brother, Cameron, sister-in-law, Shirley; brother-in-law, Harold; numerous nieces, nephews and cousins; and a host of close friends.

Published in Star-Telegram on Dec. 23, 2018

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Christina Withers (Teacher)

Christina Withers 1924-2018 Christina Harris Havins Withers, 94, longtime resident of Fort Worth, passed away on the morning of Friday the 30th of November. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister and aunt. She was born in 1925 to Hedda Bergman Harris and William Jennings Bryan Harris on August 1st, at the ranch of her grandfather outside the town of Scurry in Kaufman County, Texas. After she graduated from Scurry-Rosser High School, the family moved to Dallas, where she married Felton H. Havins on September 27, 1941. Their daughter, Kathryn Ann, and son, Felton Jr. were born St. Paul’s hospital.

Christina worked as a fashion model at the first Neiman-Marcus store, and as the dining room manager at the Hotel Adolphus in downtown Dallas. She also served as USO Warrior in WWII. The family moved to Fort Worth, where she graduated with honors from Texas Wesleyan University with a bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences, as well as a degree in education. During her time there she participated in many college functions and clubs, and was a member of Alpha Chi. For the next 25 years she taught biology, chemistry and physics at Carter Riverside, Polytechnic & Eastern Hills High Schools, as well as biology laboratory classes at Texas Wesleyan University, and was awarded teacher of the year.

She married Dan Hardy Withers, an engineer and entrepreneur in 1973. They were happily married for 23 years. They were avid golfers and participated successfully in many tournaments at Woodhaven Country Club, where they were members.

She is survived by her children, Kathryn (Kitty) Havins Campbell and Felton H. Havins, Jr., her five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren, as well as many other relatives and friends. Services are scheduled at Shannon Rose Hill Cemetery at 7301 E. Lancaster, Fort Worth, TX, on Wednesday, December 5, with a viewing at 1:30pm, chapel service at 2pm, and internment at 3pm.

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Elaine Louise Conner Garvin '65

Elaine Louise Conner Garvin FORT WORTH -- Elaine Louise Conner Garvin was born in Fort Worth, TX on January 22, 1947. She peacefully passed away at Silverado Memory Care Community on November 27th, 2018, after a six-year battle with Alzheimer's Disease. She was a wife, mother, grandmother, sister, daughter, and saint.

She graduated from Carter-Riverside High School in 1965. She then attended Texas Wesleyan University where she earned a double major in Music and English and graduated Summa Cum Laude in 1970. Elaine married Joseph (Rusty) Garvin in 1968 and made her home in Fort Worth, TX, where she resided her entire life. She retired as an educator from the Fort Worth Independent School District in 2012, where she taught instrumental music for many years at various elementary and middle schools.

She was the organist at Polytechnic United Methodist Church for nearly 43 years. She began playing organ there while still attending college at Texas Wesleyan and served that congregation until retiring in 2012. In addition, she was employed for several years by American Airlines in the Marketing/Advertising and Consumer Relations departments. Elaine was a member of Arborlawn United Methodist Church and Sigma Alpha Iota, a music sorority. Her passions in life included her family, friends, church, music, and traveling. She was preceded in death by her parents, Harold and Mable Conner.

SURVIVORS: include her husband of nearly 50 years, Joseph (Rusty) Garvin; her daughter, Lisa Lease; her son and his wife, David and Maricarmen Garvin; three grandchildren, Abigail, Erik, and Caleb; her sister, Carolyn Conner. In lieu of flowers, contributions to Elaine's memory may be made to the Alzheimer's Association of North Central Texas, Arborlawn United Methodist Church, or the Tarrant County Humane Society.

SERVICE: A memorial service to celebrate Elaine's life will be held at 10:00AM on Monday, December 3, 2018 at Arborlawn United Methodist Church in Fort Worth, TX.

Published in Star-Telegram on Nov. 30, 2018


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James Carr Ivey '41

James Carr Ivey BEDFORD--James Carr Ivey, Sr., 95, passed away, Sunday, Nov. 18, 2018.

GRAVESIDE: 11 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2018 at Mount Olivet Chapel. James was born May 26, 1923, at Slaton, Texas. Only child of Jewell and Luther Ivey, a Panhandle and Santa Fe Conductor. After birth, he lived in Slaton, Crosbyton, Bledsoe and Seagraves. In 1930, he moved to the family farm in the Culp Community in Hill County, Texas. In 1936, he moved to Fort Worth and graduated from Carter Riverside High School class of 1941. James spent 3 years in the Air Force as a clerk and teletype operator during WWII. He was stationed in the United States and the Aleutian Islands of Alaska. After being discharged, he took a railroad rate course and spent a short time at Montgomery Ward and Leonard Brothers, where he met his wife of 45 years, Betty. Betty was the second of five girls and one boy of Drucilla and Ernest Green of Vernon, Texas. He retired from the Association of American Railways at the age of 60, with 35 years of service.

The family would like to thank the many caregivers who helped James and his family during his journey with Alzheimer's disease, especially Rick and other caregivers at Parkwood Healthcare Community.

SURVIVORS: Daughter-in-law, Madelyn Ivey and son, James, Jr. of Colleyville, Texas.

Published in Star-Telegram on Nov. 21, 2018

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Frank Lewis Schnell '56

Frank Lewis Schnell EULESS -- Frank Lewis Schnell, 80, Went home to be with the Lord September 25, 2018.

SERVICE: Visitation: 5-8 p.m. Saturday, October 6, at their home Celebration of Life:Sunday, November 25 from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. Martin United Methodist Church, 2621 Bedford Road, Bedford, Texas, 76021.

Frank Lewis Schnell Jr., born March 8, 1938, went home to be with the Lord on September 25, 2018 at age 80. He and his wife Connie were founding members of Martin United Methodist Church and he was a lifetime member of Hurst Amateur Radio Club and Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Services and involved as a SKYWARN Storm Spotter. He loved his church, traveling, and spending time with his family, pets and friends. Frank is preceded in death by his mother Ethel Schnell and father Frank L. Schnell Sr. In lieu of flowers, donations in Frank's name to Martin Methodist Youth Mission Fund and Community Hospice of Texas are welcome and appreciated. Friends and family members may attend the visitation

SURVIVORS: He is survived by his beloved wife of 60 years, Connie, son, Frank Neil Schnell and wife Mel LeRoy; daughters, Sallie Schnell; Susan Spencer and husband Jeff; and Gigi Yeats and husband David; and grandchildren, Judson Yeats and partner Martin Authier; and Frank Garret Yeats and wife Melonie.

Published in Star-Telegram on Sept. 30, 2018

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Pamela Ann Pierson DeLeon '64

Pam DeLeon, 72, of Hillsboro passed away Tuesday, October 9, 2018, at Homestead Nursing and Rehabilitation in Hillsboro.

Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Saturday, October 13, 2018, at Open Range Cowboy Church in Whitney with Pastor Terry Gayle officiating.

Burial followed at Hillcrest Garden of Memory near Hillsboro.

Born July 11, 1946, in Fort Worth, she was the daughter of Dan and Marie “Mickey” (Meek) Pierson. 

She grew up in Fort Worth, graduated from Carter High School in 1964, and went on to receive her bachelor’s degree in graphic arts from UTA in 1968. She began her working career at Southwestern Bell Telephone Company and in 1980 went to work for General Dynamics where she held a variety of positions in their graphics department until her retirement.

On September 27, 1986, Pam was united in marriage to Joe DeLeon in Fort Worth. She loved her trips to Canton, shopping for antiques, shopping in general, traveling and horses. Young at heart, Pam was a proud grandmother and great-grandmother who enjoyed spending time with her family. She was a member of the Open Range Cowboy Church in Whitney.

Preceding her in death were her parents.

Survivors include her husband of 32 years, Joe DeLeon of Hillsboro; 10 children, Joe DeLeon and wife, Kathy of College Station, Mary Holleman and husband, David of College Station, Chris DeLeon and wife, Mary Jane of Somerville, Rachel Villanueva and husband, Roland of Round Rock, Raul DeLeon and Grace of Milano, Oscar DeLeon and Linda of Snook, Holly Sosa and husband, Michael of Fort Worth, Samantha Suttle of Fort Worth, Lauren Suttle of Dallas and Matthew Suttle of Richmond, Virginia; 18 grandchildren; 33 great-grandchildren; one great-great grandchild; and cousins, Jean Dyer of Fort Worth and Sharon Gamblin Rowley and husband, Bob of Willow Park.

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Johnny Tex Carter '45

Johnny Tex Carter ALEDO -- Johnny Tex Carter passed away at home on October 16, 2018, one week short of his 90th birthday.

SERVICE: A memorial will be held at Castleberry Baptist Church in White Settlement, November 10, 2018 at 4 p.m., 1250 Jim Wright Freeway, White Settlement, Texas 76108.

Tex was born in Venus, Texas. Graduated Carter Riverside High School and attended Arlington State College. He served in the U.S. Navy from 1944 to 1948. He retired from General Portland Cement Company and Holcim Cement Company as a Maintanance manager. He was a member of the Riverside Masonic Lodge in Fort Worth. Johnny was an avid fisherman and deer hunter. He will be missed. Preceeded in death by his wife, Joye Carter; mother, Maud Carter; father, Clyde J. Carter.

SURVIVORS: Sons, Clyde Carter and wife, Sandra, John Barry Carter and wife, Shonda; step-daughters, Susan and Summer Alexander; Numerous adoring grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Published in Star-Telegram on Nov. 2, 2018

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Kenneth Michael Haire '52

Kenneth M. Haire WATAUGA--Kenneth "Ken" Michael Haire, born Jan. 18, 1934, in Fort Worth, Texas, to the late Verba Ann Hale Haire and Floice Calvin Haire, passed away at age 84 on Friday, Oct. 26, 2018, in Watauga, Texas.

MEMORIAL SERVICE: Friends and family are welcome to attend the memorial service at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 4, 2018, at the Birdville Church of Christ, 3208 Carson St., Haltom City, Texas, 76117.

MEMORIALS: Donations in Kenneth Haire's name to Christ's Haven for Children, Keller, Texas, are welcome in lieu of flowers. Kenneth served in the Air Force from 1956 to 1960. He worked as an electrician at Bell Helicopter from 1965 to 1996. Kenneth attended Riverside, Midtown and, in his later years, Birdville Church of Christ.

SURVIVORS: He is survived by his wife, Sharon Allred Haire; sons, Michael Haire and Douglas Haire; daughter, Kenda Haire Nelson; stepson, David Dickson; 11 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.

Published in Star-Telegram on Oct. 30, 2018

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Effie Juanita Carter Davis
Robert E. "Bob" Lawson

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Irene Frances James Nesbitt

James W. Schultz

George Nelson St. John

Harold Newton Nesbitt

Howard H. Brown

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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
Gerald Everett George Christopher Keating
Audine Jordan Hicks Blanche Marie Mohn
Lester "Bill" Brothers Jeanette Simmons Ramsey
Margaret Peoples Hopkins George Medford Moran
Flavil Hamilton Anderson J. Stephen Powell
Jean Albrecht Lochtrog Isabelle Bertelson King

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Carlene(Connie) Rodgers Hancock Floyd D. Berry
Jack P. Smith Emma Jo Brown Harris
Ruby Harrison Bryant Elva Tesseneer Tinsley
Dorothy Mae Bell Thomason Jack Pool
Mary Grace Hollis Pool L. J. Box
Elizabeth Jacqueline Bost Tubb Artha Steen Tucker
Beverly Ward Coon Harold Coon
Sherman Counts Charlene Ferguson Stephenson
Mary Ruth Beach Roberts Evelyn Massey Petzold
Jim Bob Jarrell Lee D. Housewright Jr.
Darrel Lindsey Dingmore Virginia Joyce Freeman Willis
Devon Brewer Roger Edcar Souder
Frances Gourley Turrella Sarah Counts McClellan
William Daniel Souder Robert Tipton Faircio
Dorothy Foster Huston George Gray Wilkes
Mildred Nimmo Lucas  

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Cliff Magers Jr. Jack R. Murray
Ben C. Reeves

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John R. Finegan Jr. La Rue Clifton Smith
Wil Allan "Bill" Cofer Betty Mulkey Rushing
Al Hollis Dorothy Park Ratlif
Lee Sparto Natalie Bailey Carter Shelton
John Hatcher "Jack" James Sarah Evelyn Dickson Rudd
Winston Sweet Brumbaugh Evelyn Virginia Bird Linton
Betty Hubbard Biles Virginia Earle Smith
Clarence E. Bjork  

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Milton A. Griggers   James Warren Grantham
David Laurence "Larry" Lamkin   Charles R. "CR" Kennedy
Richard Earl Johnson   Dorothy Knifong Littleton
Naomi Ruth Jones Cummings   Ernest L. Gillingham
Donald Bennett Wiley   Arbon Karr
Elwyn Lawson  

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Jack Bryant   Roy Fleming
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 Moran
Jessie Elizabeth Cother Pruett   Jessie Fay Puckett Boren
Hubert Lester Joyner   Herbert Slaughter
Adeline Daniels Slaughter   Margaret Ann Flippo
Leonard Paul   Norma Gay White Joyner
James Carr Ivey    

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Dorothy Greener Lester David Thomas Miller, Jr.
Aquilla Miles Blaydes Jack R. Murray
Cecil Brewer Bobby Scott
Loyd Adams Bobby Doyle
Raymond Doyle Billy Mac Housewright
Henry Meagan Billy Mac Turnage
Franz Schubert Chet Wells
Charles Waller

Herbert Charles Slaughter

Mildred Autrey Burton Ancel E. Simmons
Martin Jarrell Lawrence Wesley Culver
David Fowler Robert Andrew Priest
Rozella Chandler Betty Jean Childs Hughes
Betty Jean Tyson Wayne Franklin
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 Flake
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
Frank Pentikis Robert N. Christian
Noble Patterson Merritt Norval Sellers
Grover Kenneth Womack Dorthey May Tye Potts

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Raymond E. Brothers William T. Carroll, Jr.
Dan Nolte Lawrence D. White
Vesta Regan Smith Douglas Clifford Evans
Burl Bayless Bob Pirkle
John Dollins Mary Louise Eagle
Dorothy Jernigan Curtis Sparkman
Howard Selby Harold Lamkin
Charles Clardy Billye Reese Burtner
Margaret Hukill Nowell Charles White
Gilbert Hunter Joe Miniard
Donald H. Powell Bill Boyce
Clarence Richard Webb Thomas M. Skipper
Ruth Bacon Ward Marietta Catherine Moss Barlow
Betty Jean Wilson Brewer Kathleen Martin
Edgar F. Crites Jr. Charles E. Brown
Ione Richards Charles Robert "Bob" Johnson
Don Worsham Billy Egan
James D. Nesbett Rosemary Darby
Doreen Tweedy McVean Leta Caraway
Joy Elaine Neely Murray David E. Mills
Robert F. Snyder Earlene Myrtle Carearthers Snyder
Irma J. Bradford Crites Eddie J. Riddle
Sarah Winn Patrick James Howard Davis
Donald Lee Hudgins Peggy Marie Green Alston
Homer E. Ludiker  

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Bryan Flippo Gordon Smith
Henry L. Watkins Robert H. Truax
Fred W. Bird  Peggy Simms Gibson
Marian Meggs Arnold Nell Browne
Jo Dean Carroll Raymond Carter
Carl Heather Carolyn Hinds
Billy Hogue Esther Kern
Barbara Lancaster Landon Lindsay
Joan Nelson Milton Prine
Billie Regan Cathryne Terrell
Luther Todd
Robert Toten
Otis Twitty
Billy White
Paul Yates
Bobby McVean
Bob Milligan Noel Smith Jr.
Everett  Wasser Rebecca Garrison Sakert
Kathryn Richardson Richard Webb
Bill Tillery Frank Hardesty
May Jean Autrey Hamilton David "Pat" Erwin
Jenell Wiseman Tatarevich Mary Frances Nance Collum
Don Fleming Dorothy West Martin
Daniel Wayne Watts Billie Gerline Neace Hall
Donald E. Mason Bernie Shivers Miller
Aaron "Smitty" Clevenger Margery Jean Dillon Morgan
Bill Hale Peggy Louise Thomason Walling
Mary Catherine McKillip Kirkpatrick Jack D. White
Mildred Brown Ann Thompson Bragg
Betty Jo Gray Perry Margie I. Berry Lindsey
Frank Brittain "Britt" Schubert James Frank Smith, Jr.
Naomi Bostick King James E. "Jimmy" Hall
Mary Nola Crites Gardner Doris Nell Hunt Culver
Robert V. Gillingham James Lloyd "Jimmy" Park
Merle Ruth Harston Hamm Audrey Daley Womack
Joy Kennedy Flippo Patricia Nimmo Riddle
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James Bond   Sue Bogart Carter
Mary Helen Boustead LaForce   Harold Caroway
H.W. Carter   Jack Conn
Sarah Ellis   Mary Jo Galbreath
James W. "Bill" Grabein Jr.   Mary Graves
Barvon Hamilton   Leo Holiday
Edward Kelly   Joe Looney
Linda Lockerd   Ernest Jack
John Louis Jones   Mary Beth Jones Gray
Gloria McCarty Turner   Robert McJilton
Billie Ruth Miller   Velma Neece Ivie
Bernetta Nesbitt Coulter   Martella Sanford Bishop
Wanda Shubert   Joanne Sonricker Mayfield
Geraldine Weeks Criswell   John Whiteside
Lois Leoffler Law   Sentell Bullard
Jeannine Bedell Griffin   Bernice Hanke Crum
Cantrell Autrey   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
Bobby Payne   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

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R. L. Anderson Suzanne Brown
Ray Cash Jim  Corder
Lawrence Coursey Maxine Crittenden Fouts
Donald Culps Rosemary Cunningham Babb
Bobby Dixon M. B. Easter
Bobby Fuller Joyce Hinds Lauritzon
Phil Holley Willis Jackson
Briley Jones Clifford Moreland
Patsy Myrick Bill Parkman
Sam Reasoner Charles Smith
Jay Van Smith Tommy Toulous
Bill Weatherred 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 Treadway John Crawford Webb
Wendall Euel Brown Melba Joyce Bryant Hudgins Belcher
Helen Jean Schieman Ludiker James "Jim" Elmer Hunt
Wendell Conditt  

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Elwin Aston Mary Helen Autrey Koonce
Juanita Barney Bob Bates
Paula Beck Jim Bewley
Bill Camfield Frances Carlton
Harry Christensen Gilbert Cox
Joe Dooling Sam Dougherty
Betty Fisher Thomas Fouts
Jack Glasgow Kenneth Goughnour
Bill Jackson Kenneth Johnson
John Ann Mayberry Bill Mistrot
Patricia Aliene King Smith Carroll Morrow
Arthur Murrell Jean Richardson
Edwin Taylor Patsy Toney Greer
Roland Van Norman Ronald Walker
Bill Watts George Kenneth Winn
Homer A. Ashcraft, Jr. Patsy Thrasher Slaughter
Louis Robert Eddins, Jr. Luella Powell Bogart
William Robert Baley Norman Peel
Donald Blankenship Charla Mae Epperson
George Jack Winn James Richard Hamilton
Marvin Russell Dorothy Owens Adams
Jim Ballard Geraldine Berry Hall
Laverne Bennett Walker Francis Carlton
James Johnston June Maxwell Delling
Thomas Pierce Jack H. Darwin
Edmon L. Whitten Bill Morrow
Robert W. Gossett William "Bill" Jones
Mildred Pearson Russell James R. "Bob" Baker
Betty Baker Davis Helen Thompson Carnahan
Bill "Shug" McPherson Betty Estill Denman Treadway
Mary Louise Bagby Pat Kelly Barnett
Don E. Roberts Charles Marvin Russell
Daniel "Dan" Merriman Jr. Gina (Jean) Mussato Allen
Jane Stanley Faulkner  

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Billy Don Baker

Arthur Merrell

Barbara Boyle Putnam Aaron Nichols
James Burley Dorothy Joe Reese Hayes
Mickey Carten Don Rhode
Betty Coburn Vivian Shahan
Bobby Dodson Royce Smith
Fred Gardenhire James Walthall
Jimmie Hudson Appel Betty Worsham Snider
Patsy Kirk Morrow Harlon Wright
Margaret McClain Weldon Bassinger
Iva Lee Bird Bryant Harry Carrigan
Hugh Dempsey John Ellis
Neil Housewright Noel Marchbanks
Nancy McDaniel Browne Charlie Nesbitt
E.W. "Dub" Pawley Bob Rich
Richard Shergold Dorothy Truax Baker
Kenny Winn Lou Ann Wright Dodson
Dorothy Shelton Rhodes Maurice Donald Blankinship
Johnnie Whitten Doyce Dees
Colleen McBrayer Richard E. Neace
Don Knoll Robert J. "Bobby" Lee
R. E. Windham Joyce Ann Cummins Dingmore
Robert L. "Bob" Elliott Kenneth Moore
Betty Jo Richards Virginia Ruth Hawes Myers
Jo Ann Russell McAlindon Theresa Duncan Neace
Billie Louise Leddy Foster Charleen Loeffler Cox
Dorothy Ann Thomason Steele Robinel Harris McDaniel
Patsy Ruth Knight Beasley Mary Ann Megan Auld
Delores Jean Haney Watson Edwin R. Pemberton
Darrell Lyerla Mildred Pearson Russell
Mary Nell Hunter Frizzell Jean Roach
Shirley Elizabeth Taggart Garrett Galen Anderson
Edward L Baker Jr. Ellen Nora Taylor Grubbs
Robert Daniel Magouirk Robert S. "Bob" Patton
John A. Lockerd William Edward Crew
Wanda Jean Thompson Rufner Richard O. Kingston
Martha Turner Tillery Minnie Ruth Butler Walker
Harold Richard Harris Marion Brown Tomme Jr.

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James Ashcraft Lawrence Autrey
Oren Autrey Bret E. "Pete" Bagby
Eugene Bailey Melvin Bird
Pete Brock Maxine Buchanan
Ann Cadwallader Kay Chipman
Tom Cloyd Tommy Cox
Martha Fry Patsy Gossett
Richard Hammack Bobby Harriss
Carolyn Hicks Tommy Hightower
Rosemary Holden Betty Lou Jenkins
Bety McMillian Richard Melbourne
Sam Neilsen Bill Reasoner
Lawrence Riddle Annette Ritchey
Wanda Sartain Ben Shirley
Dick Sitton Russell Slaughter
Arthurene Smith Marcus Stewart
Mason Stewart Billy Jack Tyson
Bob Wayne Robert Webb
Robert West Garland Wayne Griffitt
Freddy Joe Cooke Baker Blaydes
R.C. Hammock Billie Jo Sanders Hubbard
Robert Plummer Billy Jack Rippy
Ernest John Dunham, Jr. Henry Jackson McCarty Jr.
Richard Wright David Jack Mayfield
Betty Lou Cookus Crutsinger Mary Jim Meador Wilson
Edgar 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 Batchelor Vivian A. Shahan Carter Gross
William Daniel Hillis, MD James B "Bob" Baker III

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R. J. Blackwell Tommy Bradshaw
Mason Chancellor Joe Daniels
Billie Dean J. R. Duke
John David Ferguson Billy Gregson
Bob Hardie Bill Hargrove
Billie Jean Huggs Ruth Roach Crites
Truett Rutledge Lena Mary Scully Brown
Wendell Stafford Bonnie Tatum Arter
Ollie Taylor Johnnie Trammell
Earline Tyson Fred Withers
Billy Berry Clara Lee Browning
Wanda Keaton Clarence Owens
Wanda Smith Queen Patsy Rohlfing Jackson
Shirley Mason Buckelew Joyce Yvonne Kennedy-Bryant
J.H. "Jim" Weatherby Johnny Russell Jahn
Verlyn Joiner Carlton Bird
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
Fleming Jones 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 Miellmier
O. D. Cole, Jr. Joe Robert Taylor
Claude Richard "Dick" Trice Dwight R. Powell
Don Whitten 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 Robert Martin
Shirley Yvonne Carter Alcorn Daniel Newton McBrayer, Sr.
Barbara Jean McAlister Collier Alma Mae Justice Scoggins
Mary Lou Russell Dawson Patricia Ann Winnett Williams

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Nancy Bennett Krupka Peggy Bewley
Sue Bushnell Clyde V. Butler
Bill Corzort Francis Dawson
Thomas Grammer Tommy Floyd Hackney
Robert Hale Carroll Hall
Bill Hilliard Ray Holden
Marcella Johnson Christnight Barbara Jean Knox
Bobby Jo Looney Atkins Jo Anne Prince
J.C. Richardson Charlotte Rogers Walters
Hal Stephenson Robert Totten
Beverly Walker Patrica Ward
Steve West Charles Rainey
David Anderton Carl Christnight
Truett Rutledge Jack Scott
Peggy Leddy Griffin Fred "Freddie" Sanders
Eddie Kuykendall Wayland Kaye Cox
John Chapman Kennith Whitten
Melma Lois Paul Bili Joan White Wisdom
Roland Douglas Maclin Bobby Bird
Robert Thomas Sample Roland T. Marcee
William Kelly McGinnis Ed Montgomery
Thomas Miller Dick Bagby
Johnette Brooks Jennings Jerry McCleskey
Charles R. Kinnaird Frank Linton "Lynn" Hill
Kenneth "Bud" Palmer John Rice Kemp
Jay Cy Martin Vanetta Jean Pettit Brister
Edward R. "Eddie" Ward Betty Jean Chestnut Seeders
Harold Bernard Daley Sammie Jo Ballew Harville
Tom Seibert Huston 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

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Ray Lewis Boyd Melvin Bradford
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 Edward Walters
Bill Medley Bobby Ray Mitchell
Era Belle Morgan Cribbs Thomas Primm
Bill Sharp Charletta Taylor Moulder
Ernestline Bivin Reaves Herman Richardson
Nanette Keaton Savage Rhuenelle Stephens
David "Pete" Russell Sutton Joan Walker
William Duncan Watkins Doris Jeanne Wilson
Madeline Whiteside John David Woodall
Frank Young Joy Newton McDougall
Walker Lee Trimble Lloyd Harold Hackney
Nancy Speed-Story Charles Edward Gross
Norma Jean Rowland Jean Smith
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 McDowell
Paul Edward "Eddie" Brickell 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
Charles Dickerson Shirley Jean Taylor
Allene Simmons Dolores Mae Coates Dunnagan
Robert H. "Bob" Zodin Shirley Ann Merchant Cox
Barry Neil Dee's Shirley Reese Smith
Dale Culver Gorsuch Charlene Anderson
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

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Darrell Barney West Melton Bentle
John Bratton Melvin Cole
Jean Gross Cecil Henderson
William Hunnicutt Jess Huston
Bob Leak Theda Littrell
Patricia Jean O'neal Martin James Sprinkle
Charlene Stodghill Ugarkovich Dora Vinson Dunbar
Shirley Sue White Wright Gail Willis Laverty
Robert J. Bremer Shirley Thompson Carter
Roy Hubert Fritts Ernest Allen
Betty Berry Vernon Braswell
James Brennan Shirley Buckner McKinney
Joe Campbell James Clements
Walter Eason Jeanette Hardisty
Janette Holder Sink Bill May
Jackey Ray Holbrook Bill Payne
David Shutter Ray Simmons
Gary Smith Weldon Snodgrass
Patsy Winn Garner Noel Yeary
Carolyn Sue Webb Blum Terry Leland Morrow
Joe Murphy Russell Dee Nickerson
Rodney Michael Crow Temple Ruth Hall
Stephen L. Cayton Noel Allen Morrow
Gary Smith Frances Ann Carr
M. Neil Pugsley Mary Ellen Locke Duke
Robert E. Phillips James W. Linton
Herman T. Brunner Jr. Barbara Jane Wehring Bourland
Richard Allgood Tommy Rodgers
Don Richard Tyro William B. Plemons
Lewis McCollum L. Don Dodson
Marilyn Janet Needham Miller Bobby A. Ellington
Sammy Carrol Flanary Harris Witten Cavender
Billie Ann McElroy Ernest William Grossman
David Lyle Chapman Jerry Hay
Hattie Smith Josserand Charlye Marie Russell Cowan
Billy Roy Plunk Sr. Murry Wayne Shumate
Addison " Addie" Maclin Joe Seborn Fritts
Herman "Hap" Milton Michener Marshall Eugene Bray
Ronald Lee Crittenden Joseph John Hickson III
Elaine McCormick Boyd Peggy Sue Lake Phillips
Connor C. Bayless Burdette Lee Warner

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J.B. Bird Pat Callaway Neff
Gwendolyn Cates Thomas J. Hickman, Jr.
Bobby Jo Danford Carol Lynn Gay Lawson
Roy "Bud" Hall Jimmy Lewis Forrester
Charles Hoppe Earnest Linton
Bill May James McCrory
Joan Allen Carpenter Joe Murphy
William Nelson Thomas W. Farris
Gene Parrish Geron Simmons Anderton
Jerry Sprinkle Glenn Stewart
Wendell Stotts Benson Strain
Bobby Stubblefield Dixie Vinson
Betty Wakefield Russell Charles Byron Lockerd
Gary J. Gafford Travis Neff
Ed Juge Ann Jordan Simpson
Carl Wylie "Bud" Tatum Joe Laverty
Jeanette Holder Sink Gary Allen
Donald Gunn Jack Marvin Estes, Jr
Charles Thomason Janet Jones Phelps
Rachel Page Price Fred Nation
Dora Dunham Blaine Camille Carter Staples
Stephen Kent Drysdale Gordon McConnell
Lea Jane Lucas Bell Eldee Castetter Davidson
Jerry Kates Temple Ruth Hall
Patricia Helen (Kiesling) Mahanay Jacqueline Inman Yanez
Mary Johnson Brigman Don Fletcher
J. D. Ratliff Joe Tillery
Larry Wood Shirley Pickford Vols
Martin Earnest "Earnie" Norman Dolores Collins Wright
Cecil Lynn Northcut Margie Leddy Ward
Roy Kenneth Gossett Fred Talkington
David Kenneth Cox Bob Barrett
Sara Patterson Dennis Wayne Mumford
Linda Hall Morton Tony Parrish
Jerry Leonard Wilson Curtis Rudolph Moore
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
Carol Sue Brown Brandon Sue Redding Gossett
Charles G. Carpenter Barbara Jones Montgomery
John Allen Andrews Shirley Jean Dixon Allgood
Delbert Wayne Dollar Morris Howeth
Patsy Ruth Ross Kavanaugh Jimmy Pruitt
William "Bill" Arthur Herrington Peggy Abel Dodson
Eileen Sellers Richards William Edward "Ed" Moore
Gerald Lee "Jerry Lee" Hartman, Jr.  

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Anita Allen

Shirley Ballew

Buford Brian

Curtis Lee Burnett

Ted Cromer

Preston Higgs

Mona Howe Neuman

Jerry Huffman

Betty Ranelle

Frank Ryno

Kathryn Shergold

Jo Ann Thornton

Anna Beth Peter Webb

Joy Williams

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

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

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

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

Sid Thompson

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

Robert Rexrote

Edward Wyss

Mary Porter-Burdine

Brenda Ellis-Hiller

Judith Jane May Hollingshead

Charlotte Thedford-Bird


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


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

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

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

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

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 In Memoriam Class of 1963

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

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In Memoriam Class of 1964

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

Janice Fyke

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

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In Memoriam Class of 1965

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

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 In Memoriam Class of 1966

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

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In Memoriam Class of 1967

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

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 In Memoriam Class of 1968

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

Billie Smartt

Larry Stanley

Randy Webster

Brenda Roberts Bowman
Kathy Jean Woolf Sparks  

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In Memoriam Class of 1969

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

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In Memoriam Class of 1970

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

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 In Memoriam Class of 1971 

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

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In Memoriam Class of 1972

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

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In Memoriam Class of '73

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

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 In Memoriam Class of '74

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

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In Memoriam Class of '75

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

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 In Memoriam Class of 1976
Gone but not forgotten

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

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 In Memoriam Class of '77

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

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 In Memoriam Class of '78

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

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  In Memoriam Class of '79

Miles Lee Mitchell

Brenda Bryant-Burgin

Lori Wilson Miles Mitchell
Larry Miller Charlie Cash McDonald

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In Memoriam Class of '80

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

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In Memoriam Class of '81

Curtis Lynn Hathcock Paula Locke

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In Memoriam Class of '82

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

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 In Memoriam Class of '83

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

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 In Memoriam Class of '84

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

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 In Memoriam Class of '85

Jeff Turner Hanna Grace Goeken

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 In Memoriam Class of 1986

Broderick Benson

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

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In Memoriam Class of 1987

Christopher Daryl Black

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In Memoriam Class of 1988

James C. Nelson, Jr.

Yolanda Hicks

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In Memoriam Class of 1989

Richard Peraza

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In Memoriam Class of 1991

Francisco Hernandez

Thomas "Tony" Jay Dangerfield II

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In Memoriam Class of 1992

Renae Contreras

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In Memoriam Class of 1993

John Anthony Aguilar

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In Memoriam Class of 1994

Charles Edward Watson

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In Memoriam Class of 1996

Tommy C. Brown Sr.

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In Memoriam Class of 1998

Jeremy Brothers Cheryl Marie Strittmatter

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 In Memoriam Class of 1999

Oscar Carrillo Olman Flores

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In Memoriam Class of 2002

Albert Vincent Rios

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In Memoriam Class of 2003

Ednith Villalobos

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In Memoriam Class of 2004

Eliana Salas Hector Vitolas
Fernando Vitolas  

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 In Memoriam Class of 2005

Valy Xayyvongsa Mirna Dominguez
Natasha Frazier  

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In Memoriam Class of 2008

Priscilla Garbay

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In Memoriam Class of 2017

Leonel Garcia Montanez

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