Obituaries

Fri
15
Apr

Elmond E.C. St. Clair

SMYER-Elmond E. C. St. Clair, 97 of Smyer, died Mar. 31, 2016. He was born Nov. 1, 1918, in Wood County to Charles Edgar and Ettie Catherine (Atchison) St. Clair. He graduated from Stanton High School in 1935. In 1940 he earned his bachelors of science degree in agriculture from Texas Tech University. He continued his education, by earning his Master degree in agriculture education in 1949. He was a teacher for 25 years with the Levelland ISD, but he was in teaching for a total of 48 years. He was a veteran of World War II; he served in the U.S. Army Air Corps from 1943 to 1945. He married Ruth St. Clair on Sept. 17, 1944, in Deming, NM. They were married until her death. He was a member of Church of Christ in Smyer and Smyer Senior Citizens. Those left to cherish his memory are his children, Don St. Clair and wife, Carolyn from Plano, Linda Russell of Lubbock, James St. Clair of Smyer, and Michael St.

Fri
08
Apr

Diana Gayle Lewis

Fri
01
Apr

Frances Herzog

Frances L. Herzog died Mar. 28, 2016, at the Midland Memorial Hospital with pneumonia complications. Funeral services were Mar. 31, at the Hosanna Church in Stanton. She was born Jan. 12, 1933, in Hermleigh, and went to school in Glasscock County and Martin County. She worked as a draftsman for Oxy over 50 years. She loved farming  - it was her work and her life. She attended Hosanna Church in Stanton. She is survived by her daughter Cindy Greengold and son-in-law Jerry Greengold of Conroe; grandchildren Matthew Greengold and Jenna Greengold; great grandchildren Gabriel Greengold and Sebastian Greengold and many friends and relatives. She is preceded in death by her mother Vera Garett; father Roy Linney and brother Leroy Linney. Pallbearers were Timmy Hull, Tony Hull, Mark Robinson, Roy Posey, Jacob Greene, Logan Parker and Steven Brinkley Arrangements were under the direction of Stanton Memorial Funeral Home.
Fri
01
Apr

Jerry Don Hardin

Jerry Don Hardin, 36 of Big Spring, died Mar. 18, 2016, at his residence. Graveside services were Mar. 24, at the Evergreen Cemetery Chapel in Stanton with Robert Frazier officiating. He was born Nov. 20, 1979, in Big Lake. He graduated from Stanton High School where he was on the State Championship Football Team of 1997. He worked in the oilfield but loved coaching Little League baseball and softball. His family was his life. He is survived by two sons Aaron Hardin of Stanton and Kameron Hardin of Big Spring; one daughter Ashlea Hardin of Big Spring; his parents Jerry Wayne and Joyce Hardin of Midland; one brother Wesley Hardin and wife Stacie of Stanton; and two sisters Michelle Williams and Noamie Hardin, both of Midland. Arrangements were under the direction of Gilbreath Funeral Home of Stanton. Online condolences may be made at www.npwelch.com
Fri
01
Apr

L.V. Welch

Fri
25
Mar

Madyx Erin Simpson

STANTON - The exciting moments of pregnancy have turned to sorrow and heartfelt loss with the death of Madyx Erin Simpson of Stanton. She was born on March 17, 2016, at 4:54 pm and died peacefully in the arms of her loving parents at 5:30 pm at Odessa Regional Hospital. Madyx is the daughter of Lorie and Jermaine Simpson of Stanton. She is survived by her parents, siblings Devan and Mya; maternal grandparents Cindy Dillard of Stanton and David Dillard of Austin; paternal grandmother Kim Simpson of Dallas; aunt and uncle Micki and Chad Dillard of Stanton; uncle Tony Simpson of Dallas; great uncle and aunt Gene and Gayle Wheeler of Stanton; great grandmother Mary Jane Dillard of Buchanan Dam; and three special boy cousins, Braxton and Ryder Dillard and Wheeler Cook all of Stanton. Graveside services were March 21 at Evergreen Cemetery in Stanton with Brother David Harp officiating, followed by a reception at First Baptist Church in Stanton.

Fri
25
Mar

Rudy Arnold Jr.

STANTON - Rudy L Arnold, Jr., died March 16, 2016, in his home at the Baron Ranch. He was born in 1935 in Brooklyn, New York, but grew up in a small town on Long Island graduating from Glen Cove High School. He served in the US Air Force before marrying and starting a family. He continued working for the US government FAA as an air traffic controller for his entire career. Soon after retirement he left New York and in 2000 made the big move to Stanton to start the Baron Ranch, a longtime dream. He always loved the peacefulness of a small town and countryside away from the bustling city life. His long time love of baseball, the U. S. Air Force and its planes, Harley motorcycles, classic cars, sailing ships and yachts and a fascination with the cowboy lifestyle led him on his life’s journey.

Wed
23
Mar

Mary Helen Lomax

Fri
11
Mar

Gerald Lynn Welch

Fri
04
Mar

Hugh Darr Huckaby

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