Obituaries

Fri
02
May

Jeffrey Young

Thu
17
Apr

Wilma Brooks

Thu
03
Apr

Tracy Leath

Thu
03
Apr

Andrew Dorner

Fri
28
Mar

Nelda Hodnett McKinney

Nelda Hodnett McKinney, wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother died March 13, 2014. Cremation arrangements were under the direction of Wiley Funeral Home. She was born in Big Spring and attended Sands Ackerly High School in Ackerly. She married Charlie McKinney on Jan.10, 1959.  Survivors include her husband Charlie McKinney of Granbury, children Judy Higgins of Denison, Lisa McKinney of Granbury, Kim McMaster of  Orlando, Florida, and Charlie McKinney Jr. of Granbury; nine grandchildren and ten great grandchildren.
 
 
Thu
20
Mar

Lou Emma Woolf Decker

MENARD - Lou Emma Woolf Decker, 82, died March 2, 2014. Funeral service was March 6 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church with interment in Rest Haven Cemetery. She was born July 19, 1931, in Menard to Roy Woolf and Delora Crawford Woolf, she was the only daughter in the family with two brothers, Robert and Dick. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; and two brothers. Survivors include five children, Susan and husband Wade Stokes of Natalia, Douglas Decker of Stanton, Larry and wife Mary Decker of Abilene, Lisa Decker of San Angelo and Judy and husband Marshall Harris of Burleson; 10 grandchildren, Cody Stokes, Matt Stokes, Steven Davis, Cameron Decker, Whitney Esquivel, Randi Decker, Katie Cavnar, Carli Cavnar, Jon Paul Dennison and Meghan Kauten; four great-grandchildren, Parker and Duncan Dennison and Landon and Taylor Kauten; and a host of nieces and nephews. Memorials can be made to Child Welfare Board, c/o Olivia Gonzales, Box 729 Menard, TX 76859.
Fri
14
Mar

LaRue Shanks

Fri
14
Mar

James C. Hamilton

Fri
07
Mar

Carmelita Ortega

Fri
07
Mar

David Greenhaw

Memorial services for David Greenhaw, 63 of Ruidoso, was March 6 in LaGrone Funeral Chapel of Ruidoso. He died on Mar. 2, 2014, in Ruidoso, N.M. He was born March 1, 1951, in Stanton. He moved to Ruidoso on Feb. 11, 2012, from Odessa. He was a practicing attorney in Odessa all of his working life. He attended First Christian Church. He is survived by his mother Ruby Woods and her husband Larry of San Angelo; brother, Mark Greenhaw and his wife Kay of Andrews; aunt, Irene Greenhaw of Hobbs, NM; niece, Bailie Wells and her husband Dusty of Grady and nephew, Garrett Greenhaw of Greenwood
 
 

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