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Paula Green posted on 3/29/20
Guy was always so very kind to me—I was a true youngster when his Mother, Lorraine, and my Mother would practice their fabulous talents ... Lorraine with her beautiful singing accompanied by my Mother on piano or organ. These are wonderful memories for me. Paula and Clif, prayers for you and your families during this time. Your presence in my life has been a true blessing.
 

 
Gail Davis posted on 3/29/20
I will sure miss you Mr. Gary. I'll miss the stories about Kare. I will miss the stories about N.Dakota. and chatting with you in general. You are my favorite customer,most of all I will miss your cheery smile!R.I.P my friend
 

Melissa McArthur posted on 3/29/20
Charles, So sorry to hear about the loss of your brother. Keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers. Know all your classmates from Stanton are thinking of you.
 

Judy Costlow Harden posted on 3/28/20
Charles; I'm so sorry to hear about your brother. Everybody in our class is asking how to get in touch with you, etc. Please know we love you!
 

Frank Heslin posted on 3/28/20
It was my pleasure to work with LaDoyce at West Texas State Bank from 2000 to 2012. Those were good years for the bank. LaDoyce surely deserves some of the credit for that. Even though we did not work together often, his kindness and intelligence were obvious. The more I learned about him and his community activities, the more impressed I became. I only learned about his newspaper career from his obituary, but it helps to explain why he was so helpful when I needed to write a notice to employees or customers. I'm sure he could have improved this condolence message! Oh well, it shows that I miss him too. My thoughts and prayers are with him and his family.
 

Frank Cruz posted on 3/28/20
Prayers for you and your family through this difficult time.
 

Jerry and katie Grimes posted on 3/28/20
Our sympathies to the entire family. Prayers
 

Cynthia Pond Baxter posted on 3/28/20
So sorry to hear of your loss. He was a nice person.
 

Naomi Galindo Anderson posted on 3/28/20
Thank you Stella for protecting me from your sisters when we were growing up in Odessa!! You always had a smile or a chancla!! I will cherish those memories of you! When you married Gilbert and moved to Midland—it seemed so far away—and yet you kept up with everyone. Thank you for your presence on this Earth. May you Rest In Peace and know that you are loved! My great sympathy with your family.
 

Geneice Carmichael Roberts posted on 3/28/20
Thinking of you at this sad time and wishing you comfort in the days ahead...Prayers for your family...
 

Gail Wells posted on 3/28/20
So very sorry Paula. I have you in my prayers.
 

David Wrinkle posted on 3/27/20
He hired my friend when he work at the courthouse in 1974. Always had a big smile. Remember the 80’s too with guy Talbot.
 

Mary Wade Dickey posted on 3/27/20
Guy was a friend since sixth grade. My Mother and Lorraine Talbot were friends. We attended the same church . He was a kind man and I am very sad to hear of his passing. I will pray for him.
 

Bobby & Martha Matthews posted on 3/26/20
Jim, Tom, and Cindy, Thinking of you all at the loss of your Dad. We remember the times we stock showed with you all, and of course, we always remember your Dad as Hoss Fly. Our sincerest sympathy. May you be comforted by God's precious love. Your friends, Bobby & Martha Matthews
 

 
Mitch Brack posted on 3/26/20
Gabriel is my best friend. I spent countless hours at the Davila house and she always treated me like a son. Her cooking was amazing ! And her sense of humor was even better! She’d make fun of our dates or lack of dates haha. She’d always tell me that my eyes were getting darker and that one day I’d turn into a Mexican. She was great....a truly great human being. I love you Mrs. Davila, thanks for being my other mom!
 

Glen Bacon posted on 3/26/20
I love that this is still out on the internet. Miss you Dad. I think of you almost every day and miss you terribly, especially on this day, your birthday. I am so glad you are home with our Lord and in a place where there is no pain.
 

Steve Richmond posted on 3/26/20
My father, W.J. "Dub" Richmond, was great friends with Hoss Fly. He spent a lot of hours hanging out at the gun store, drinking coffee, and trading lies with a lot of the old regulars. Dad passed away a few years ago but he really thought a lot of Hoss and his kindness. I appreciate Hoss Fly for his friendship and thoughtfulness to my Dad. He was a wonderful guy. Thank You!
 

Laura Garcia posted on 3/25/20
Our condolences to your family. May peace and love be with you during this time and always. Laura & Chris Garcia
 

 
Steven Wright posted on 3/25/20
Paul and Karl, I was sorry to hear about your dad passing away! Know that y’alls family is in my thoughts and prayers! God Bless! Steven Wright Longview, Texas
 

 
Leslie Brack posted on 3/24/20
Our family is keeping you close in thought and prayer. We are so sorry we are unable to attend Mrs. Davila’s service. Love, Burke, Leslie, Mitchell, Connor, and Peyton Brack
 

 
Alicia De Laurie posted on 3/24/20
Forever in our hearts. Until we meet again...
 

Alicia De Laurie posted on 3/24/20
1 To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: 2 A time to be born, and a time to die…Ecclesiastics 3:1-2 Many years ago, my mother called to say my nephew Gilbert Davila Jr. was marrying a school teacher. At one point, they were building their own home. The school teacher was hammering nails on the rooftop. I could see that my mother was impressed. Later, on several of my trips from California to Texas, I got to meet this awesome woman. She struggled with health problems but even in blindness she managed her home, cooked, cleaned and always looked beautiful and raised two wonderful children. I had the privilege of staying in her home numerous times and each time we enjoyed cooking, sharing stories and tracing her family history online. I know Estelita has returned to her Heavenly Father and there she will reunite with her family. While her body lies in this chapel, her spirit lives on. She will be in my heart forever, until we meet again… Biggest regret of my life is not being able to be in Texas during this coronavirus epidemic, I am under quarantine in California. But know that you are in my mind and in my heart and I cherish each and every family member and friend that I have in West Texas. Alicia (Davila) De Laurie
 

Heather Vaughan posted on 3/24/20
Everyone at Crossroads Saloon will deeply miss this man! So many great stories and memories made! He always greeted us with a “Top of the morning to you” with the brightest smile! We love and will miss you Gary!
 

Andy and Minnie Sustaita posted on 3/24/20
Gay/Russell, I am so sorry for your loss. Andy and I were so pleased to see you when we would happen to cross paths every few years. George had a huge impact on my career. After I graduated from the Chemical Engineering program at Tech in December 1982, the job I was promised by Phillips was rescinded due to the Oil Industry Crash. I knew Russell and he introduced me to his dad. George worked hard to get me an interview at Arco. Finally, a full year after graduation, I was hired and I went on to work at Arco for 10 years. His kindness and willingness to be a mentor has meant so much to me. May he Rest in His Peace. Blessings to the family. Russell, when this COVID-19 passes and we can get together, please give us a call. 432-703-3111/ 432-638-2685. We will be looking for an update for his memorial service.
 

Johnna Davila posted on 3/23/20
Stella was always kind to me from the day I married into the Davila family! I loved her dearly and am so sad to hear of her passing. She will definitely be missed. My love and prayers will be with Gilbert, her boys and all of the family!
 

Bob Templeton posted on 3/22/20
Enjoyed serving with Ladoyce on Permian Basin Community Centers board and shared mutual careers in newspaper journalism. My deepest sympathy to family and friends. He was a true gentleman.
 

Pat Dunn posted on 3/22/20
I met George August 1,1977 on my first day working at ARCo in the gas engineering group. I am glad he went on from ARCo (I see the ARCo Spark on his hardhat) to accomplish so much with his life. What an interesting life he led. My condolences on your loss of this really nice man.
 

Jack Dean posted on 3/21/20
In 1992 there was an angel born, she was such a beautiful baby, she had me wrapped around her pinky. Something so small and fragile could bring a man my size to his knees. From her smile the way she acted the little things she did.As Ashley grew and became older she kept me wrapped around her pinky she was my angel. As she grew older and became an adult I began to notice she was more than my angel she was an angel to every person she met. She had a smile that could light up and room. Ashley was such a beautiful person, but what was amazing was the beauty that came from inside her. Ashley locks you will be missed but NEVER forgotten. I love you baby girl and I know you smile will continue to shine.
 

Theresa Schamp Nixon posted on 3/20/20
Ms Corine was a steadfast servant of the Lord. She was opinionated, kind, loving and such a strong woman. She loved her family beyond measure and she is greatly missed. She always so kind to me and gave the best advice. All my love and prayers to Danny and the entire family.
 

 
Dorothy Rogers posted on 3/20/20
Dear Jared and Randi, Bud and all, I am so sorry to learn of Lana passing. May God grant comfort to all of you as only our Heavenly Father can do in the days ahead. Love and prayer, Dorothy Rogers and family
 

Dorothy Rogers posted on 3/20/20
I just learned that June has gone to meet her Lord and her loved ones. May our Father in Heaven give comfort to all in her family as we know He can do. Love and prayers to all. Dorothy Rogers and family
 

Bob & Shirley Lester posted on 3/20/20
Prayers for all during her home going. To all the family, know God still loves you. May all have peace, unity, and above all faith during the days ahead without her. We love you guys and know that we are praying for you and have all of you in our hearts.
 

Barbara McGee posted on 3/19/20
A dear "cuz" and I delighted in beating her in 42 at our family reunions. Cousins were very close and mostly lived within traveling distance for that July 4th reunion.
 

Jason Tarlton posted on 3/19/20
Went in to see hossfly 3/6/2020 at the store and I’m so glad I did. Saw him a lot at pecan grove when I was a kid at greenwood ISD Watched him rodeo clown at rodeos, talked guns with him at the store and bought several from him. So glad I got to see you, spur of the moment, one last time sir.
 

Daniel Arellano posted on 3/19/20
With our deepest sympathy may God bless you and your family.
 

Albert Lopez posted on 3/19/20
Our deepest sympathy to the Duron family from the Lopez family, our thoughts and prayers are with the family.
 

LeJean Anderson posted on 3/19/20
Oh, how I loved playing bunko with this sweet lady. To her whole family: I love you and pray for you as you say good bye to your sweet mother and grandmother.
 

Jo Etta Hart posted on 3/19/20
I am so sorry for your family’s loss. Prayers and thoughts are with you.
 

Maleen Elliott posted on 3/19/20
There she was. This adorable little blonde haired, blue-eyed girl stood outside my classroom door. "Can I help you?" I asked. She told me she was waiting for her big brother, David Dean, who was in my class. That was the day I met Ashley. Little did I know that I would love watching this child grow up, along with her brothers. I was not just a teacher at Jones Elementary, I was Cary's mom. Cary, who remained friends with Ashley, past elementary, Junior High, High School, College...and even though I haven't seen her in a few years she and her family would cross my mind from time to time. I saw a post on FB grieving. I read it three times and I wailed. I do not know where her life had led. Words can never express my sorrow for her family. I love you all...I never stopped loving you all. I will always remember her joy and her smile, that lit you up like sunshine when you saw it. My love and prayers are with you.
 

Elizabeth Cantu posted on 3/18/20
❤️you mom❤️
 

Irene and Daniel Arellano posted on 3/18/20
With deepest sympathy our prayers are with you and your family may God bless you and your family always.
 

Cecilia Olga Johnny Trevino posted on 3/18/20
Sending prayers in this difficult time
 

Nancy Stiefel posted on 3/17/20
I wanted to get to no. You better Only got to no her for a little while. Wonderful woman. You truly was an Angel.
 

Maria leal posted on 3/17/20
Bob the most educated, knowledgeable, wonderful, loving, caring person. We will miss you so much. Your smile always brighten everyone's day. We enjoyed working with you at Oklaunion Coal Plant in Vernon, Texas. You will never be forgotten!
 

Barbara Whitead posted on 3/17/20
Rest In Peace Dear Angel, you will be missed. I appreciated your friendship and sharing our love of your daughter Jami, she was such a strong defender of her beautiful family, it was my honor to know her!
 

Rodolfo Hernandez Jr posted on 3/17/20
My condolences for the loss of your Queen, Duron Family! Virginia was always good to me, and i will never forget her! Love and prayers from my family to yours, Love Lil Rudy
 

Lesvia Mendoza Gambos posted on 3/17/20
Melinda, Chris & family, sending you my heartfelt condolences and I’m praying that God sends you His blessings for peace & comfort during this time of sorrow. I won’t forget your Mom as she was always very sweet to me and her memory of her smiling and laughing will remain in my heart. She and Mom were good friends, great kidders and am so very thankful for that. Love you all. God bless.
 

Gary & Linda Tabor posted on 3/17/20
Luan and Family. I am so sadden to hear of the my good friend Terry Kessler your husband. He was a great friend and companion it many working conditions and the fun times too. You have our prayers Linda and Gary Tabor
 

Jo Etta Hart posted on 3/17/20
I am so sorry to hear of Angel’s passing. My condolences to you all. She was a very nice lady and I know she will be missed.
 

Susan and Mark Heath posted on 3/16/20
Laurie, Blake, Brady and Hannah -- You are in our prayers for His love and strength to support you in this time of loss. We also extend our sincere condolences to Jay and his family. Please take comfort -- those who love will be reunited in eternity.
 

 
Angie Gomez posted on 3/16/20
I had the pleasure of working with Pat this last year and for that I can say I was blessed...the office will never be the same..." Mr. Mustard" you will be truly missed!!
 

Marilyn Mayfield Phillips posted on 3/16/20
Pat, our prayers and sympathy are with you and your family. We are all in a certain age group now, and we're fortunate to have lived so long before God's time for us to come home to heaven. May you be blessed with beautiful memories.
 

Terry Phillips posted on 3/16/20
Jay and Family, Linda and I offer our deepest sympathy for the loss of your father. Our prayers are with you during this time. ~ Terry & Linda Phillips
 

Cesar, Tina Christian and Lucas Elizondo posted on 3/15/20
So sorry for your loss. Sending prayers and hugs to all of the family.
 

duane posted on 3/15/20
such a lovely lady who will surely be missed. peace, love, blessings...
 

Charles Smith posted on 3/14/20
So saddened to hear of Pat’s passing. I worked with Pat in Snyder on Texaco’s Codgell Canyon Reef Unit and worked with him again at Texaco’s Vealmoor, TX office. He was a great friend, a hard worker, had a wonderful sense of humor and always had a smile. Thanks for the memories, Pat, until we meet again. ~ Charles
 

 
Melissa posted on 3/14/20
I miss our fun conversations, and you.
 

Jon Starnes posted on 3/14/20
I first met Don upon moving to Midland and attending the 7th grade at Cowden Jr. High and graduated with him in 1957. Even at that early age of being in Jr. High, I determined he was steadfast in sticking to his principles of being a moral courageous individual.
 

Jo Etta Hart posted on 3/14/20
I am so sorry for your loss. I always enjoyed visiting with Gene when he came into the bank. Such a nice person! I pray comfort and grace to carry you all through this painful time. He has joined Jeneane and is no longer in pain or discomfort. My love and prayers to you all. Jo Etta
 

Laura Langham posted on 3/14/20
Dear Lisa, we celebrate the thousands and thousands of pets' lives you have saved, and the joy those dear souls have brought to all of us. The world has lost a true hero. The paw prints you left on all our hearts will never fade.
 

Barbara Sturgeon posted on 3/14/20
So sorry to hear of your loss. Cherish the memories for they will live forever. Prayers to all the family.
 

Arlene posted on 3/13/20
Just saw this on a FB post. Melody and I were childhood friends and grew up in the same neighborhood. Even then I was in awe of her individualism - there was just something 'so cool' about her. We lost touch after middle school but I thought of her often over the years. I am so saddened to read of her passing and send prayers to the family.
 

CLARENCE COCKERHAM posted on 3/13/20
May the Blessing of the Lord be on the Honorable House of Perry in the Precious Name of Jesus. My name is C.C Cockerham and this Gentleman fondly became my Uncle Gene. He Blessed me to share Special moments in his Life. I truly want to Honor a Great Man which gave me the Privilege of being a Part of his Family. With Loving Respect CC.
 

Mike Stevens posted on 3/12/20
What a wonderful lady. She truly helped make Midland College a wonderful place. God Bless you Doris & your beautiful family.
 

Wendy Finley posted on 3/11/20
Lisa - You will be dearly missed by those who knew you in Ennis, Montana. Thank you for giving full new lives to the four legged (and one three legged), friends that you loved. You were your own person and kept those you loved and trusted close to you. We knew you from a distance but knew your heart was true to yourself and the organizations that meant so much to you. You cared about the creatures that did not have a voice, especially one raptor that was just learning to fly. Thank you for calling on us to help. That one time. That was all it took to know what was important to you. May your spirit continue to soar with the birds you loved so much and all creatures who are now welcoming you to their Heaven.
 

Mary Navarrette posted on 3/11/20
It was a pleasure to have met Shirley at Hobby Lobby. She would always ask about my mother and her health when we would see each other. My condolences to her family. May God and your memories of her sustain you in this time of sorrow.
 

Lisa posted on 3/11/20
Goodbye dear Lisa. You were a tough, strong woman, with the kindest heart of anyone I’ve known. I’ll miss you so much. Ve con Dios, my friend.
 

Terri L. Marroquin posted on 3/11/20
Professor Keikbusch, I just wanted to say how sorry I am to hear of your wife's passing. If there is anything I can do, please don't hesitate to ask.
 

Pat Henderson posted on 3/11/20
My beautiful friend Lisa, all the four legged friends rushed to greet you as you left this life. You were so generous to so many nonprofits in need and especially to dog rescues. When I ask for help, you never said no... not once! You will be so missed.❤️
 

Diane & Scott Bles posted on 3/11/20
Dick, just want to express our condolences.
 

Linda Cranfill posted on 3/10/20
I am so glad I got to know Shirley other than as a parent while working with her at Hobby Lobby. She was full of life, funny, but exacting in her expectations. She was one of a kind and will be sorely missed by all who knew her.
 

Betty Underwood posted on 3/10/20
Charlesane and all your family, I am so sorry for your loss. I so loved that I got to see Shirley now and then at Hobby Lobby. We had such good times in Greenwood. Shirley loved all of her family and was proud of all of them. Praying for you at this sad time.
 

Jeff and Stacey Childers posted on 3/10/20
We are so sorry to hear that Jeneva has passed away. She and Rayford were two of our most favorite people in the whole world. Jeneva was an amazing Christian role model. She was so talented and just a beautiful person inside and out. We are praying for your family!
 

 
Dorothy Rogers posted on 3/10/20
I always enjoyed seeing Jeneva each time over the years in Big Spring. She was welcomed to her Heavenly Home by our Lord and many dear ones. May God grant His comfort to her family here on earth in all the days to come. Sincerely, Dorothy Rogers
 

Dorothy Rogers posted on 3/10/20
My deepest sympathy to you, Modesta and your family. God grant each of you comfort in all the days ahead. Sincerely, Dorothy Lou (Baker) Rogers, Albuquerque, NM
 

Charessa Johnson posted on 3/10/20
Such a wonderful man. So caring and giving. We will miss him greatly. Brad and Charessa Johnson
 

Anita posted on 3/9/20
My condolences to the family. I'm going to miss her alot . I would always look for her in the fabric dept I've known her years . She was a sweet and wonderful person. She will be missed alot.
 

Wade Ewing posted on 3/9/20
Mrs. Byrom was the mother of my longtime friend Clay Byrom, who died at age 50 in 2010. Even though I knew Clay for over 26 years, I had only met Mrs. Byrom - just one week before Clay died. She had so many tragedies in her life and suffered so much. It's so sad. The Bible says there will be 5 unique Heavenly Crowns, which Jesus will give out for what you did while on Earth. Surely Mrs. Byrom will receive the Heavenly Crown for Suffering, or for those who persevere under trials.
 

Yolanda Villa posted on 3/9/20
Shirley, I enjoyed working with you at Hobby Lobby. I hate that I won’t be able to stop n say hello when I go there. May you RIP.
 

Mae Smith Neisler posted on 3/9/20
I have sweet memories of Geneva in high school and a few years after graduation when I would attend E 4th Bapt Church when I would come home for visits..She was one of the dearest people I have ever known. I am so blessed to call her a friend..
 

Gary B McQuerry posted on 3/9/20
From the first day Mickey met Marsha and me, and every time we saw her and Jack from that day forward, she treated us like she had known, and loved us, all her life. What a beautiful spirit she had! She could brighten any room that she entered. This world was definitely a better place while she was in it!! We love you Coach Gothard!
 

Peggy Morgan posted on 3/9/20
Jeneva was one of the sweetest women that I have ever known. It was an honor to be her friend. Peggy Morgan, Lumberton, TX
 

 
Mark and Theresa Myers posted on 3/8/20
Praying for all of you.
 

Terry Tubb M.D. posted on 3/8/20
My first dirt biking DooDah gang across the CO Rockies, Shack was my Wingman. I felt quite safe and we had a ball of fun. That was about 1985 or so. We have been good friends since. We all share in the family's loss
 

 
Brandi posted on 3/8/20
Love you Pop!
 

Jan Waggoner posted on 3/8/20
Jack and Family, you are in our thoughts and prayers. May God be your strength at this time and in the days to come. Sincerely, Jack and Jan Butterfield Waggoner
 

Detlef Hallermann posted on 3/8/20
Claytie was a mentor for me going all the way back to when I was his student at Texas A&M. He probably gave me a C, but more important, when I needed him several years later as a mentor, he was on the phone immediately. Years later, I had the joy of teaching and mentoring his grandsons and hundreds of other students and former students as a professor at A&M. I would have chosen this rewarding path in life without Claytie encouraging me along the way and ALWAYS being only a phone call away. I can only hope I benefit others a fraction as well as he did for me. Always in my heart! Detlef
 

Vicki Johnson Miller posted on 3/7/20
Sally, I miss you so much. My heart goes out to Steve. He had the best partner in life. Also my heart breaks for George, Scott and Mike, their wives and all those precious Granddaughters. It was a pleasure growing up with Sally in Midland. When we were small kids our beloved mothers would share that horrible hair perm solutions on us. Sally could tolerate it so much better than my hair. Sally and I had many laughs — in our adult lives — about my frizzy hair. God Bless family and friends. RIP Sally Ann. My heart hurts. Vicki Johnson Miller.
 

Raymond Tuffy Lewis posted on 3/7/20
I remember Aunt Mickey always smiling and laughing at us kids and playing in the yard with us on Camp St. at Granny and Pa’s. She was always happy and lit up a room with her smile. You will be missed ! Love ya Mickey!
 

Jacki Foster posted on 3/7/20
I will miss seeing Mickey’s smile. I always looked forward to waiting on her at the bank! She was a special lady!
 

Dee Ann Poynor posted on 3/6/20
Thinking of you and your family. Prayers for all as you celebrate her life.
 

Lou Brown posted on 3/6/20
The Lamberts were our neighbors in Midland for many years and we have special memories of Amy playing with our youngest, Theresa, before their move to Odessa. LaDoyce was a very accomplished outstanding individual in every sense and Winfree and I were privileged know and work with him in volunteer areas. Midland and Odessa are better places because of his contributions. He will be sorely missed Lou Brown
 

Melinda Mason posted on 3/6/20
Deepest sympathy on the loss of your precious Cleo. She was a wonderful woman and will be dearly missed.
 

Stan Jacobs posted on 3/6/20
I am so sorry to read about the death of Mr. Varnadore. I served as a mentor to Brenden at Santa Rita for a short period of time last year. I enjoyed our time together very much, and I miss him. Please accept my sympathy and prayers. Sincerely, Stan Jacobs 432-413-1885
 

Alan Henderson posted on 3/6/20
Rest In Peace my friend!
 

Joe & Myra Wheeler posted on 3/6/20
Bob and Ginger, Sorry to here of Alegra's passing. Myra and and I have so many fond memories of or time with your Mother and Father, it would fill a book to list them all. We know that they are now in a better place and are happy to be back together. We had trips to Hawaii, Canada, Florida, Alabama, Arizona and many visits with you both. We will miss Alegra's fast talk and newsey letters. Thank you for sharing your parents with us and thank the lord for the time we've had with them both. Joe &Myra
 

Sandra Wilson Puntney posted on 3/5/20
I was fortunate to spend 6 weeks each summer in the Midkiff Camp from about age 5 to mid teen years. Sandy was my nephew (I was just 2 years older than him) so we were big buddies. We explored, rode bikes, played baseball and volleyball until Wayne and Fay said time for bed. One nite we “camped out” in their station wagon waking up throwing up from gas fumes. Didn’t stop us we were back to being outside all day and into nightfall. Sandy was a “Tuffy”. Always keeping tabs on me and any boy that ask me out for a date. I love you, my friend and will see you again. God’s Bessings surrounded him the day he married Sheryl. He beamed with pride and joy for his wonderful family. My prayer for you is a hedge of Comfort and Peace until you see Pop again.
 

 
Linda Hirt posted on 3/5/20
Playing dominoes in hotel room at Six flags with Kevin and Roland while Sheryl, Joyce, Susan and Wayne rode rides for hours.
 

Anne Gilley posted on 3/5/20
I met Margie many years ago when teaching at Henderson Elementary. She was so helpful to me and my students with learning disabilities She was the first person that made me aware of dyslexia, and I eventually became a Certified Language Therapist and taught the dyslexia program for MISD for many years. She was a Master Instructor of the program at the Scottish Rites training program in Lubbock. I learned so much under her helpful instruction She was an inspiration to all teachers and shared her knowledge freely. She never stopped learning. After retiring, she helped many students and adults at her home. I will never forget the impact Margie had on my teaching. Rest well, my friend, although I know you are still sharing with the angels!
 

Jim Nance posted on 3/5/20
Deepest sympathy to all the Carrasco family. Joe was part of our Whataburger retiree group and someone who was never at a loss for words. It was a pleasure to know and visit with him.
 

Buddy Barnes posted on 3/5/20
He was a wonderful father. He and Modesta were a perfect fit and a grand couple. A man's man !!
 

 
Palutena posted on 3/5/20
Still missing you to this day Nick, hope you’re having fun wherever you may be and that you’re healthy and happy, a better life and that you always remember you have people that cherish your memory.
 

Jacqueline Jobe posted on 3/4/20
My deepest condolences for the Carrasco family. I know you will be missed all the way around your family. I really enjoyed getting to visit with you and your wife during the times that we got to visit. My prayers are for the family that God will help in the transition as we celebrate your homecoming. We will miss you but God has gotten a great person in heaven.
 

Elias Hernandez posted on 3/4/20
I cannot believe Joe’s passing. I just learned this evening of his passing (Thursday Evening). I would usually see him at Stripe’s on Briarwood on Monday or Wednesday mornings. That’s where I first met him. He was a very nice man. The last time I saw him was about 2 weeks ago. We would talk for about 10-15 minutes and then we would go on our own paths. I will miss seeing him getting his breakfast burritos at Stripes. So Long Joe. Already missing you. A Friend from this past year. Rest in Peace. To the Carrasco Family, my deepest sympathy and prayers & blessing to you and your loved ones. -Elias Hernandez
 

Estella posted on 3/4/20
To a very special cousin that I admired. I’m thankful for him and his family for always looking out for us . I will never forget all the great times that we all got together at our house, playing with our cousins. We loved you and how you showed your love and respect. Thank you ! And my Sweet Tencha . Rest In Peace Jose ❤️, you will be missed .. love Estella ❤️
 

Rose Carrasco Martinez posted on 3/4/20
The first born of the Carrasco Family. My primo hermano, always with smile on your face, love in your heart, and compassion for everyone in this family. Your Bond with my dad lead to my upmost love n respect for you. You love for your wife and children were an example of your faithfulness. I'll always remember you with a smile, and add you go on your journey, you take my love with you. Hug n kiss my daddy, my mommy, my brother n big sister...xoxo
 

Cynthia A Galvan posted on 3/4/20
My Tio Dale was an amazing gentleman, he will be missed may God bless you on your next journey in life we will keep your memories alive! Rest in peace Tio!
 

Saundra Denise Brown posted on 3/4/20
I am so sorry for your loss. A mother's love is a precious thing. Sending prayers and well wishes to you and your family.
 

Vickie Pan posted on 3/4/20
Shack was the most kind hearted man who could be a force of nature when needed. He lived his life with dignity and integrity, and the charm and manners of a true southern gentleman. That Shack temper made appearances now and then, but it simply added to his charm. He loved reading and you were always welcome to join him if you brought your own book and didn’t talk! He shared his strength with us when ours failed, gently bringing us back to the light. For those of us who knew him well, laughter, drinking and the great outdoors was our solace. The tears we cry are for ourselves because Shack is free of physical pain and looking out for us from above. He will always be in our hearts.
 

Vickie Pan posted on 3/4/20
He had a heart of gold and was often a force of nature, protecting those he loved and the first to offer help to any Doo Dah rider who lost they’re bike on the trail. He lived with dignity and integrity. He was a man of his word. Peace be with you my beloved friend and we’ll see you on the other side.
 

Bruce Baker posted on 3/4/20
As a long-time co-worker and friend of son Joe here in Michigan, and having had the opportunity to meet his father several times over the years, I offer my prayers to this loving family.
 

Mike & Barbara Watlington posted on 3/4/20
Dearest Donna and family, We are so sorry for the loss of your precious daughter, sister, wife and mother. May God bless and comfort you in this time of need. We know she will be greatly missed by all who knew her. Much love and prayers being sent your way.
 

Donna Moody posted on 3/4/20
I was so saddened to hear of the loss of Kellea. I loved seeing her at work with that smile on her face. She could brighten up the room. My heart goes out to her family and other friends. She will be missed beyond words.
 

Aracely(Sally) Vallejo posted on 3/4/20
Andrew always filled the room with light and joy. No one was ever able to be angry near him. I will miss him dearly and say a prayer for him every night as I have since he departed. Love and friendship always.
 

Aracely(Sally) Vallejo posted on 3/4/20
Andrew was the most gentle person I ever knew. Never had much of a temper. The short time we spent together made me realize how lucky I was to be around him. He always filled the room with light. Every night I say a prayer for him since his passing. AJ was a forever friend and I'm glad I was able to tell him so the very last time I heard his voice on the phone. May you rest in paradise, Andrew and may your family have peace in the Lord. -Sal
 

Velma Dane posted on 3/4/20
Tracie, My heart is so broken for you and your family! I know there are no words that can express how sad I am for your family. May GOD wrap his arms around your family. Love you girl. Love, Velma Dane
 

Charlene Rader posted on 3/3/20
Kellea was like a daughter to me while in high school. So sorry for the loss and prayers and love to her family and friends.
 

Randi ramirez posted on 3/3/20
Kelly was my dads really good friend, her personality was one that could make any bad day turn around. We would call her the baby whisperer, the name explains it all. Kelly was family to us, I will always remember her voice, her laugh & how truly amazing she was!. She will forever be missed. Love you kelly
 

Grandma Dash posted on 3/3/20
Brittney and Sydney, I am holding you in my heart. I am so sorry. I just want to tell you I am praying for you and loving you. Hold tight to those you love who will be there for you. We are here for you. I love you, Grandma Dash
 

Alexandra posted on 3/3/20
You were always loved by those who knew you, no matter what you were going through. I know you are finally at peace and your beautiful soul will live on. XOXO
 

Lavonne Richardson posted on 3/2/20
Oh Tracie, my heart aches for you and your family. I pray God will wrap His arms around you all and give you comfort in this awful time. I know words can’t help but please know you are surrounded with prayers and love.
 

Dyanne Ritchie Farrington posted on 3/2/20
Sweet Tracie my heart just breaks for your family. Kenny was such a joy growing up in Big Lake. He turned into a fine young man for sure. Prayers and hugs to all of you.
 

Nancy Hodnett Graves posted on 3/2/20
My thoughts, love and prayers are with all of you. May you all have peace and comfort with your many fond memories. She had so much love and kindness for each of you. Her candle burned out way too soon. God bless all.
 

Sindy magee posted on 3/2/20
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Scooter & Sindy Magee
 

Barbara Smith posted on 3/2/20
Margie and Don were my neighbors from 1979 until they moved from our neighborhood, many years later. They were in my Sunday School Class at First Baptist for many years. My Son San was in kindergarten at Crestview Baptist Church in 1971 when Margie was head of it. I loved her and Don so much and missed having them across the street. Fantastic friends and neighbors. Visited with her until she got so sick and Tim and Vicky moved her to Cleaburn. She will be so missed. I always admired her. Vicky and Tim, you were wonderful to her. Her family is in my prayers.
 

Elizabeth posted on 3/2/20
Thank you for your integrity and honesty. God bless you, Melinda. Be at peace, Elizabeth
 

Elizabeth posted on 3/2/20
I knew Melinda was I’ll but I didn’t know she had passed. She was very helpful and “hands on” with her students. I was one of them and she helped me to feel hopeful and not stupid about my endless questions. She was tough but fair and I am happy you are in a peaceful place.You will be missed. Thank you for your integrity and honesty. Elizabeth
 

Jesus Guzman posted on 3/2/20
Many prayers for the family. Condolences from the Guzman family. Please let us know if we can do anything.
 

Deborah Brown posted on 3/1/20
Sending my prayers to the family,I never met her,but I know tim and susan very well..god bless your entire family.
 

David Kirkland posted on 3/1/20
From the farm, pond & Bogua Chitta to AF stories and his 57 Chevy my special Uncle Eugene will be unforgettable for me. Truly a servant for others. Looking forward to our reunion praising the Lord. Blessing from Above on the Byrd Family.
 

Sharon Wilson posted on 3/1/20
Margie stepped into our lives when our son was seven. The summer between first and second grade she began a journey with Kyle and later with our daughter Tamara. The first thing Margie noticed was Kyle could not stand chalk or chalk boards and she went right out and bought a dry erase board. She worked with them to find a way that best suited their learning style. Anytime a child left her house they could have a piece of gum from her gumball machine. She gave our children tiny gumball machines as a Christmas decoration. She became part of our lives almost 30 years ago and is still a very fond memory in our lives. Our love and prayers to the family of this gracious lady. The Wilson’s
 

Iris Condarco posted on 3/1/20
My condolences to the family and friends of this beautiful lady. I only knew her a short time but in that short time she left an imprint in my heart. We shared the same passions for sorts, plants, but mostly live of family and friends. I’m so grateful our paths crossed. My only regret is not having known her sooner. She was full of intelligence and wisdom. She’s resting and we will meet again. You will be missed but never forgotten
 

Sylvia Sanchez Garza posted on 2/29/20
Her glorious laughter and her heavenly scent. My madrina was an angel in my life. Thank you Lord for blessing me with her love.
 

Sylvia Sanchez Garza posted on 2/29/20
A BEAUTIFUL woman, wonderful inspiration of strength, leadership and humble obedience to our Creator. I am blessed to have been loved by my Madrina. God bless you, I KNOW she is with my FATHER....
 

Dusty Radabaugh posted on 2/29/20
Many good family and work memories! Loved you much.
 

Jesse & Tammi Lopez posted on 2/29/20
Our deepest condolences to the sweetest family. Kim, you were such a beautiful person with such a beautiful soul. You will be missed beyond words. Our thoughts are with you all. Love Always, Jesse & Tammi Lopez
 

 
Sharon posted on 2/29/20
Bill was such a sweet man. He lived a long life.
 

 
Patsy Tercero posted on 2/29/20
My prayers n condolences to Fryar family . I had the pleasure of knowing Sandra when she ran the laundry , always so friendly n then we were face book friends . She was a great person. May she RIP .
 

Gary Belew posted on 2/28/20
Sandie you will be missed. I so enjoyed being on facebook talking about Nature and gardens, Frio, Garner Park and Bulldog stories.So glad we reconnected after many years. I Loved you and your family and always thought of your brother Kenny as my best friend growing up. My Hugs and Love go out to Larry and Kerry along with her sweet mom Helen, KC and Jimmy.Beautiful Sandie you go and make that heavenly garden flourish
 

LINDA SCHAFER posted on 2/28/20
In memory of my sweet friend Sandie. Sad we did not stay in touch more but am so thankful I got to be with you some these last days and share how we really felt about one another. One of the sweetest friends I could have. God has you in his hands now and we will meet again someday. Prayers for your family and his healing hands. Love ya, Linda
 

Gladys "Oliver" Murray posted on 2/28/20
This is not goodbye Sandie. You and I know there will be no goodbye for us because of our faith in our God. We will meet again. My heart aches for your family you had to leave behind. You and I have shared our grief through our FB postings over the past year and those special times I will miss so much. You are resting now and that gives me peace but yet I cry. You are in the arms of Jesus and now with your daddy and daughter, Leslie. I know you were looking forward to springtime so you could work in your beautiful flowers but I know the flowers there must be far more beautiful and fragrant than those that you and I nurtured here. Until we meet again sweet lady, I will remember you as being special.
 

Susan Prince posted on 2/28/20
My dad, (JD Yardley deceased), played with David Cook in a Bluegrass Band called the Permian Basin Pickers. We enjoyed many concerts and festivals with David, Gerry, and their son while he picked with them. One of my ‘67 classmates knew David as well when he was a game warden in Alpine, where my friend is/was a veterinarian. I’d say David was known far and wide in the state of Texas as a very good man. I know we will miss him and our deepest condolences to his family. “Go Rest High on that Mountain” Skip & Susan Prince McKinney
 

Erik Conley posted on 2/28/20
Larry - I know Grandad was one of the first to greet you at the Pearly Gates. You always treated me well, and I was always glad to be around you. I will never forget your kindness and sense of humor. You will be missed greatly.
 

 
Carolyn Stephens posted on 2/28/20
How you will be missed Sandie. What wonderful memories we’ve shared Thankful that God put you in my path when we were kids. Till we meet again. Lover, Cookie
 

 
Carolyn Stephens posted on 2/28/20
You will be missed my friend. What wonderful memories you’ve left for us all. Time flew by so fast. Glad God put you in my path back when we were just kids. Till we meet again. ❤️ Cookie.
 

Margie Palacios posted on 2/27/20
I only knew her few weeks but she was a very nice lady, I had a lot of respect for her, my condolences to the family of family Sandy Fryar.
 

Margaret Davidson posted on 2/27/20
I'm so sorry for the passing of Sandie. We met 53 years ago playing volleyball. She was such a beautiful and sweet lady. Prayers for all the family and friends.
 

Shirley Mize Holland posted on 2/27/20
So shocked and so sad. Sandy was a wonderful person. She and I were friends as young girls. We went to church together and spent several Sunday afternoon’s together. Over the last few years, we had stayed in touch on Facebook. She loved her family dearly and they loved her. My thoughts and Prayers are with Larry, Helen and the kids. Love you Helen! Praying for your peace and comfort as you suffer this loss. With love Shirley
 

Hamila Hobson posted on 2/27/20
My condolences to the Cook family. My husband, Mike Hobson spoke highly of David. Prayers for the family.
 

Kaye Khoury posted on 2/27/20
My deepest sympathy to the Smith family. I’ll always remember Wilma from Dr Klempnauer ‘s office. She always came in with a smile and a perfect hairdo! May God bless and comfort you during this time .
 

Lucia Aguirre posted on 2/26/20
To the Byrd family, sorry for your great loss. You are all in our prayers. Luciaagrr
 

Deborah Aderhold posted on 2/26/20
I am so sorry to hear this my friend. Prayers sent to you and your family.
 

Debra Moore posted on 2/26/20
I will always remember coming to visit, and Uncle Eugene would let us go up in his bucket when he worked for the electric company. He will be missed by all who knew. God has received a very good man.
 

Becky Hammack Mclendon posted on 2/26/20
Oh, the sweet memories I have of Uncle Eugene. God-fearing and such a strong christian man. He never let distance stop him from visiting all of our Mississippi family. Always a smile and a warm embrace. So active with all the kids (myself included) and I knew I could always count on him to volunteer to take all us kids to any body of water that was near any of our family reunions, I think he enjoyed swimming just as much as we did! Such a sweet, kind soul ... my deepest sympathy to all of the family. May you find comfort and peace in the knowledge that his trip to Heaven will be his favorite journey of all. I can't help but believe there will be a "swimming hole" there too.
 

Millie Henderson posted on 2/26/20
I have so many fond memories of both Nelda and Russell when we vacationed together in Lake City, CO. We spent many days playing cards with lots of laughter. Nelda was always truly the "life of the party" every time we were together. She will be missed by so many who loved her. Nelda was a wonderful mother and grandmother and spent a lot of time sharing stories with us about her daughter and granddaughter. She was always pointing that finger and polished fingernail at us when she talked. God be with all of you as you mourn her loss.
 

Matt Andel posted on 2/26/20
Greg was always there when you needed him and had a great sense of humor. Enjoyed seeing him at the railroad.
 

Stacey Fivecoat posted on 2/26/20
Nelda was the life of the classes at COM. Her and Russell were always a delight to have in class and I learned so much from them both. Glad they are reunited and have brand new, perfect bodies.
 

 
Jacob Nunez posted on 2/25/20
you will be greatly missed
 

Carey L Headrick posted on 2/25/20
I remember David Cook as a good friend, great musician and law enforcement officer and mentor. We had many great times when he allowed me to ride along on his patrols; watching and learning from his enforcement style; how he interacted with people and how he always treated everyone with respect. I have missed being around him and all the fun we had playing music together. He will be missed Rest in peace dear friend.
 

Gayle Cook Moore posted on 2/25/20
I have such fond memories of Charles Wayne, David and Darrell. David was always the sweetest person. He was so kind and gentle. I did taxes for a man that worked for him back in the Alpine/Fort Davis days and had nothing but high regards for him. My daddy was a brother to David's dad and his mother was always a favorite aunt. Jerry, I am praying for you and the family as you mourn the loss. I can't help but think about the wonderful greeting he received as all the uncles, aunts and parents were there to greet him as he crossed over that river. May God comfort you in the way that only He can.
 

Patricia Rose posted on 2/25/20
Very sorry for your loss. Andrew will be missed. I was able to volunteer with Andrew at the Midland Soup Kitchen Ministry. He as fun to work with. I will remember him fondly.
 

Jeri Sims posted on 2/25/20
I have known David and Jerry Cook since I was 4 years old. David was a wonderful man and will be missed so much. My heart goes out to Jerry, Dean, and Kelly.
 

Terrianna Bomer posted on 2/24/20
Nelda took me under her wing 20 plus years ago when I moved to Midland. She was my back alley neighbor. My husband worked 24 hr call and she and Russell were always to the rescue if I ever needed anything. Can’t believe we have lost them both in a week. I will miss them both so much but know we will meet again in heaven. Ruth Ann and Natalie my heart breaks for you but I know you have the strong genes to push forward and as Natalie said jump in the second line. Prayers and Blessings Clay and Terrianna
 

Debbie Madden posted on 2/24/20
May our LORD bless and comfort you and your family. Remembering Poppy’s wonderful and gentle soul will forever remain in our hearts. My deepest sympathy to you and your family.
 

Andy Anderson posted on 2/24/20
Steve, I just heard about Sally. I am so sorry for your loss. She was a wonderful person and always a true friend to Linda and the kids. I know you will miss her a great deal. You and the boys are in our prayers.
 

Doug Cochran posted on 2/24/20
Steve, Scott and Goob. I'm so sorry guys. Sally was a winner. She loved her family more than herself for certain. I hurt for you all.
 

Lucy(Thixton) Marlow posted on 2/24/20
Eddie,Tina and family, I am so very sad to hear of your family's loss. Please know I continue to lift your families in prayer for peace, comfort and understanding.
 

Kerry and Donna Newell posted on 2/23/20
Betty and family, we were so saddened to hear about Jackie's passing. Praying for you all during this difficult time.
 

Jeff Landua posted on 2/23/20
Steve- so sorry to hear about Sally. We know you and your family will miss her terribly. Take care, Jeff and Linda Landua
 

Stacy Armstrong - Flores posted on 2/23/20
Eddie and Tina, so very sorry for your loss. He was a great guy and will be missed.
 

Katie posted on 2/23/20
Tina, Eddie and family I am so sorry for your loss. Please know y’all are all in my prayers God bless you all and hold you tight in your time of grief I love you all like family Katie Enger
 

Dawn / Mark / Autumn Harris posted on 2/23/20
Coach Downey and family, So sorry for your loss - we will miss seeing him walk his dog down our road. Keep his memories in your heart. Praying for comfort and peace during this time, for you and family. Harris family
 

Jan Boeckel posted on 2/23/20
Dear Steve and boys, I am so sorry to hear of Sally's passing. I remember the many hours of Little League ball games and high school football and basketball. I especially remember a trip to a basketball tournament in Florida where we shared a condo with Sally and her mother. She was a wonderful lady and will be missed. You are all in my prayers. Jan Warlick Boeckel
 

Aunt Karla, Kason & Kylee posted on 2/23/20
Keagan Aunt Karla is going to miss you so much, your Bubba & Sissy will never forget you and they Love you so so much now your our Angel watching over us please watch over Kason & Kylee we love you and are going to miss you ❤️
 

Donna Senseman posted on 2/22/20
My sweet, humorous brother-in-law will be missed by me as well as all who knew him. He was a good and loving husband to my sister Betty and wonderful father to Joe and Jon. I recall when someone recently complimented him on raising such fine sons, he replied in his modest, loyal way "Well, I think Betty had something to do with that too". He had a kind heart but when life called for toughness he was tough. Jackie, we love you still but know there is great rejoicing in Heaven with your arrival there!
 

Donna Downey posted on 2/22/20
So saddened to hear of the passing of my dad Merwin Downey's cousin, Jackie. We hope that his family finds comfort in a lifetime of wonderful memories. Jackie had a joy of life that was memorable. Joan and Donna Downey
 

Roxy Belew posted on 2/22/20
Thoughts and prayers during this time. He was the nicest man.
 

Judy Hilliard posted on 2/22/20
Steve & I are so very sorry to hear the news. I'm in Israel so I am sending my heartfelt thoughts to your family. Sally was a caring, tender, fun, smart, humorous, beautiful, nice...I could go on forever. I loved playing golf, volunteering, and chatting with her. The angels have welcomed her with open arms. Judy & Steve Hilliard
 

michael a jachimczyk posted on 2/21/20
Nephew Clay Pollard hit the nail on the head at his service. He was at home in board room or Dairy Queen. That's why everyone admired 'Claytie'. Real, genuine, and unpretentious.
 

Helen Shelton posted on 2/21/20
Dear Melzer family, I am so very sorry for the earthly loss of your dear wife, Mom, and grandmother! She was an amazing woman, who always had a funny story to share. She was always smiling! I met Sally thru the Theta alum group and we had many special times making chicken crepes together, many times at her home. She was a great organizer and encourager! I always loved her stories about her Mom and Dad. She absolutely loved seeing her kids and grandkids, that was the highlight of her life!! She will surely be missed by many!! She was one in a million and I was so blessed to have known her!! May the Lord bless and keep you all and grant you peace and comfort in the weeks ahead.
 

 
Kathy Jones posted on 2/21/20
In loving memory of Uncle Jackie, now celebrating with his heavenly family.
 

Laura and Chuck McConnell posted on 2/21/20
Laura and I send our deepest sympathies. Our prayers are with you and your family.
 

Bonnie Simpson Carter posted on 2/21/20
I am so sorry to hear about Jackie: he is going to be missed by everyone who knew him. I have never known a better person than Jackie and was lucky enough to be related to him and able to spend time with him when I was in High School. The times he spent with our family were full of laughter. I am so sorry I have not had the opportunity to meet his sons. What a great father they had. Bonnie Simpson Carter
 

Vic Coots posted on 2/21/20
Worked with Jackie manydays and it was always enjoyable due to his attitude, always a pleasure to be around and willing willing to share his knowledge and humor. A really good person.
 

William Merritt posted on 2/21/20
Steve, You have my sincere Condolences to you and your family, Thanks for the respect you and Sally has always showed me. Tell Mike I did pass this on to Billy. God Bless.
 

Sherri Callihan-Wigington posted on 2/21/20
Dear friends, I’m so sorry to hear about the loss of Keagan. He sounded like an amazing young man and it was my loss in not ever having the opportunity to meet him. My prayers will be for God’s mighty arms to hold you during this time and of course, forever.
 

Clifton Lyles posted on 2/21/20
Mike, I'm so sorry to hear of your mothers passing. I will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.
 

Greg Clark posted on 2/21/20
To the Melzer family, my heart aches with you during this trying time..Sally was a wonderful woman who’s touch on this world will be felt for a long time..while my interactions with her were limited to her visits to Houston I always loved the time I was able to spend with her and talk with her..she was so patient, curious about the world, so kind and above all else filled with such inner peace that it was just a delight to be in her presence. She was always sweet to my boys, Mikes nephews, and took time to get to know them. I will keep and treasure those memories always. God bless.
 

Lee Ann Johnson posted on 2/21/20
My most precious uncle....how we will miss him. He was one-of-a-kind with a love for life and every person he met. He left laughter and joy in his wake wherever he went. He was an inspiration and I am so very blessed to be his niece. He lives on in his two wonderful sons that I love so very much. Rest easy, my Uncle Tomater Vine. I will see you again one day and what a day that will be!
 

Judy Blakeman posted on 2/21/20
Sally was a close friend of mine during my High School years we lived close to each other and spent a lot of time together with many wonderful memories. I have not seen her in a long time but the memories will remain with me always. She was such a wonderful girl. My prayers go out to her husband, boys and her grandchildren. She was blessed and will be truly missed.
 

Dave & Nicole Willcox posted on 2/21/20
Steve and Sally were one of the couples that embraced us when we came to America from South Africa. We have wonderful memories of the special times we spent together with Steve and Sally exploring America and South Africa. We are indeed hugely grieved that Sally is no longer with us. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Steve and all the family. Please remember that you and your family will always be most welcome in our home in South Africa. With all our love Dave and Nicole
 

Dennis Ehler posted on 2/21/20
I have very fond memories of Mrs. Melzer...after all I did grow up in her house. Cinnamon rolls every Saturday morning that I was there (I will presume that was only on my account). Also learned the miracle of whole milk since my mother only permitted skim milk in our house. The best wiffle ball team mom you could ask for. Always inviting and accommodating. All those days, months, years spent at her house...she wouldn't have had it any other way. Thank you for those memories! Rest in peace. Dennis Ehler
 

Jason Whiteside posted on 2/21/20
Steve, Scott, and Mike: Loren and I are heartbroken to hear this terrible news. Sally was such an incredibly vivacious and fun person, anytime I hear someone described as a 'firecracker' I will always think of Sally. She was the best.
 

 
Sharron Morrow posted on 2/21/20
Morning walk with such a fine lady was a joy
 

Patricia Homer posted on 2/21/20
I want to say to my friend that I'm so sorry for her loss. I am praying for you and the entire family. God bless you and your family and may He give you peace.
 

Howard Ehler posted on 2/21/20
So sorry to hear about Sally. Rita & Howard Ehler & boys
 

Pete Creasey posted on 2/21/20
Dear Steve, so sorry to hear about Sally. She was a special friend back during school days and always thereafter...as are you, of course. You and your family have my sincerest condolences. . . . . . Pete Creasey
 

Leslie & Tom Hinton posted on 2/21/20
Sally was the BEST neighbor! She never missed an opportunity to stop and say hello if she was driving by, or walking by, and happened to catch us out in our front yard. She had the BEST attitude and was so funny. I enjoyed asking her about her family. She loved to talk about the fun adventures they were going on or the next trip she and Steve were taking. She was beautiful inside and out. We absolutely loved her and will miss her terribly.
 

Pat Rehmet posted on 2/20/20
Sally and Steve were a loving couple, even tho she was a Baylor Bear and he was an Aggie. Steve was my Roommate our Senior year at A&M. We all went to their wedding after graduation. They were Soulmates. May Miss Sally Rest In Peace. They will always be in my thoughts and prayers. Love, Patricio ‘68
 

Tobi Payne Overgaard posted on 2/20/20
I was just home to see my family for Christmas and Sally walked right out of Albertson’s and right past me & mom....I turned and said “Sally?” The that was it ....she hugged me and mom and it was like we never left midland. It was so nice growing up with Scott & Mikey , I always knew if I had trouble I could ride my bike to her house and Sally would call my mom......lots and lots of childhood memories of Sally with both our families and with her in my moms shop getting her hair done. She will be GREATLY missed and I’m so very sad to hear of this news. Scott & Mikey & Steve.....you will be in our prayers and thoughts and again I’m so very sorry.....
 

Elizabeth Stone posted on 2/20/20
It has been my pleasure and absolute joy knowing Sally in my 24 years of instructing water aerobics at COM Aquatics. We will miss her great stories, situations and of course, the recipes. Lord, we lift this family to you. Give them strength to carry on. So many people love them and are hurting right along with them. Rest in peace Sally.
 

Bill Ship posted on 2/20/20
Steve, I am sorry to hear of Sally’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
 

Bill and Cherry Hill posted on 2/20/20
We will miss our close next door neighbor, Sally! For the past 15 years, we have shared a delightful, connected neighborhood ”watch” together! Everyday was indeed a beautiful day in our neighborhood with Sally!! We will miss our sweet neighborhood time together!! Our Love and Prayers as God holds the Melzer family in His Precious Hands of Healing and Comfort. Bill and Cherry Hill
 

Alizah Holguin posted on 2/20/20
Rest easy mr.sample you will be missed you were my 8th grade teacher when I was going to school at harmony science academy you were the best you were such a happy person I’ll never forget the memories you will forever be missed a sweet soul gone too soon RIP
 

Bryan Salas posted on 2/20/20
He was a good teacher. Very great person, its sad that hes gone forever. Its sad for everyone who was his student, Especially the students he had this year very sad.
 

Denise White posted on 2/20/20
You will be sorely missed by your friends at the COM. We so enjoyed swimming with you.
 

Gloria posted on 2/20/20
Sally so much fun with and you boys through the years you and Steve . You were a wonderful mother and so funny you will be missed by all your friends i thought you were the best .
 

Royal Ramirez posted on 2/20/20
I don’t really know what to say. Thank you. Sincerely form the bottom of my heart thank you for making middle school an enjoyable experience. I will always be grateful for that.
 

Lisa Branch posted on 2/20/20
Oh Patty. We had some fun. Some laughter and some tears. You spoiled me as a baby and gave me your meatloaf recipe when I married. And always shared your family with us. I know you and Bryan are having a good time up there.
 

Lonnie Ashley posted on 2/20/20
Steve, Monica and I are so sorry to hear this news. Lonnie
 

Alicia and Rocky Van Husen posted on 2/20/20
She was a wonderful woman. She was always friendly and enjoyed hearing what was happening in our lives. We will miss her greatly. We love your family and are praying for y’all in this difficult time. So sorry.
 

Peggie and Danny Hoelscher posted on 2/20/20
Our prayers, thoughts and sympathy are sent Mary, Amiee, Josh and Marisella and all of your families. Patrick will be missed by all of us.
 

Debbie Tubbs posted on 2/20/20
Mary, you and your family are and will continue to be in my thoughts and prayers. I know your precious son was one of the three lights of your life. My heart hurts for you. My contribution to the Barbara Bush Literacy Foundation is to honor you, Ric, and Patrick’s positive impact on so many children. What a family legacy! God Bless you and your family. Debbie Tubbs
 

Stacey Fivecoat posted on 2/20/20
Enjoyed having Russell in classes at COM. Great conversations and laughter. He will be missed.
 

 
Auden Sanchez posted on 2/19/20
I’m going to Miss you... mr. sample you were like my school dad to me and to everyone u were my favorite teacher nobody was better than you and all the 8th grade boys are sad now it’s not going to be the same no more we will miss you and at every basketball game I will be thinking about you..... Auden Sanchez From Harmony Science academy school
 

Betty Underwood posted on 2/19/20
How I loved this boy and his sister Aimee. They were in my first Student Council class at Midland High School. Patrick was always a laid back student leader who never lost his head when those around him did, including me. I can never think of Patrick without seeing that lazy smile of his. The other students loved him and his teachers too. So sorry for your loss. Just know that Patrick mattered in this world of ours. Prayers to all of you. Especially you Aimee.
 

Kay King posted on 2/19/20
Dear Mary and all of your family, We were so very sorry to hear of your son's passing. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers and may God give you grace to carry you thru. Bob and Kay King Kyle and Shea King and family
 

 
Natalie Dowd posted on 2/19/20
Papa, you are my forever and always my heart. Repoze en lape. Mo linme twa.
 

Mark & Gayle Daniel posted on 2/19/20
Claytie was the BEST employer I ever worked for in my 35 yrs in the communcations business! His WORD meant more than others contracts did! He was a great leader and businessman. I was proud to have served with my wife as in campaign chairs for Taylor County when he ran for Governor! Charismatic, honest, and always smiling! I remember the day he road his horse up the steps of the State Capital in Austin declaring Claydesta Communications was here! May God comfort his family and loved ones with wonderful memories- And that awesome smile!
 

Ayden Mesa posted on 2/19/20
He was a great teacher, and will be missed by all of his students.
 

Karen Broussard Marlow posted on 2/19/20
Dearest Diane and Family, We are so sorry about the loss of your dear mother, and pray that God will help all of you and ease your pain, during this most challenging time. We love you, The Broussard Marlow Family
 

Bill & Mona Hyatt posted on 2/19/20
Our prayers goes out to the Williams family. A true Texan and Aggie all the way.
 

Teresa Brown posted on 2/19/20
What a wonderful man! You will be missed by so many! May God be with your family during this difficult time
 

TERRY TUBB M D posted on 2/19/20
What a delightful man with self made fame and fortune We share in his loss with the William's families
 

Jim and Sally Espy posted on 2/19/20
Modesta and family, We are deeply saddened on the passing of Clayton and are so sorry we are unable to attend his service. He was a Great man, a Great Texan, a Great American! Our love and sympathy to all, Jim and Sally Espy
 

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Kenneth Anderson posted on 2/19/20
Many a meal and great conversation around your dinner table as a young college student at Sul Ross. Praying Gods comfort during this time of earthly loss, but celebrating the joy when she saw her Saviors face in Heaven, her eternal home
 

Randy Gaines (Dallas, Tx) posted on 2/18/20
I am so sorry to hear about Mike! Your in my prayers!
 

Diana Hurst posted on 2/18/20
Anyone who met Mike got treated to his wit and humor. He was a laugh out loud kind of guy; absolutely no one like him! Now Mike has a new heavenly audience to entertain! Carol, you and Wayne are in our thoughts and prayers. God bless your family. Love y'all.
 

Dan & Clayton Bullock posted on 2/18/20
Proud to call the extended Williams family friends in Ft. Stockton and Midland. And proud to have named my son for Clayton Sr. and Clayton Jr. God Bless all who have gone before and all who represent the legacy...
 

Deva Williams posted on 2/18/20
My thoughts are with you be well Modesta with love from the Oregon branch John Williams, Sallie Williams, Deva Williams, Kelly Williams, Hunter Williams, Chevelle Williams.
 

Deana Reynolds posted on 2/18/20
You are in our thoughts and prayers
 

 
David & Jennifer Gott posted on 2/18/20
May the Lord wrap you and your family in his arms and give you comfort in your time of loss.
 

Diane Lacy posted on 2/18/20
My sincere condolences and prayers for you, Modesta and the the whole family❣️✝️
 

Joan Sanger posted on 2/18/20
Claytie asked me one afternoon, “What can I do to stop this!?” It was the quite illegitimate deregulation of ATT when they controlled the lines and equipment. The idea was of course to put ClayDesta and MCI and others out of business overnight. I said, “Ride your horse to the Capitol like you do in your commercial.” I arranged all the permits and there he was first thing in the morning with two of his cowboys who drove all night from Midland. They rode up to the steps of the Capitol with their ClayDesta flags and he held a passion filled press conference. We won by one vote, in the biggest deregulation fight in TX history. He loved that! He later tried to get me to run his campaign for Gov against my boss which I couldn’t do. He was so so full of life and open to ideas. He will remain in the hearts of so many as a true inspiration and an example of what can be. They really don’t make ‘em like that any more.
 

Susie Alvarez Pena posted on 2/17/20
My deepest condolences to Modesta, the children and grandchildren. I had the pleasure of knowing Mr Williams and his family when I lived in Ft Stockton. I was a waitress at Sarah’s Cafe for many years and waited on Mr Williams and his beautiful family, along with is wonderful parents! My Dad Joe V Alvarez was a good friend of Claytie! What a loving man he was to his family! Prayers for the family! May Claytie Rest In Peace!
 

Celia posted on 2/17/20
Modesta, I am sending my love and sympathy: My heart hurts for your heart. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers! Celia
 

Julie Altom posted on 2/17/20
Denvil was a good, good man. Several times, I had the privilege of riding with him in the car back to Hobbs, NM from Oklahoma and/or Texas. He taught me about the irrigation systems for cotton fields and crops. To this day, as I drive across West Texas, New Mexico, or Oklahoma and see irrigation systems, I think of him with fond memories. Denvil also knew how to grow cantaloupe and watermelon. Wish I had one more of his home grown cantaloupes! Thank you, Denvil for always treating me as one of your own. Praying peace and comfort for the Whisenhunt family. Sorry for your loss.
 

Mike & Susan Cleverdon posted on 2/17/20
Our thoughts are with Kelvie's and Claytie's family during this difficult time. You have wonderful memories that are priceless and ageless.
 

Dan Wise posted on 2/17/20
My wife, Mardelle, and I send prayers for Clayton to Modesta and her family! I have known Modesta since we were in the first grade in Big Spring! Then I met Clayton at Scenic Mt. Medical Center in Big Spring, when Modesta's mom was ill! This was after his run for Govenor! He was a great inspiration to all who knew him! Modesta, again, Mardelle and I send you our prayers! Dan/Danny Wise
 

Brent Umstead posted on 2/17/20
Dear Modesta, Helen and I want to thank you for inviting us to many events and sharing your lives with us. We were always the first to jitterbug with you and Claytie at all your Aggie Christmas Parties. It was a short drive from Lafayette to Houston for your parties. They were the most fun parties of my entire career. Upside down Xmas Trees and tacky decorations. Now we can have fond thoughts of him at Christmas, April 1, and February 14th. He is the last of the great Oilmen. It was a great pleasure working for him, talking with him and sharing a small part of his life. You're forever in our prayers. He had a way to make the world bigger with his heart and smaller with his kind words....He once cornered me and accused me of being an optimist. I had to admit to him I was a "huge optimist". He comforted me with the words "so am I...so am I" So I pray that you carry his optimism to the end of the road with many kind words to ease your tears which we share....He brightened many peoples lives with his spirit....and enthusiasm...and we share in your great loss. Peace be with you and your family in these dark times. "Bosco" Brent and Helen in Lafayette, Louisiana.
 

Gail Atkins posted on 2/17/20
I am so sorry for your loss. My heart and prayers go out to you all. Gail Atkins
 

Lyneta Hendon posted on 2/17/20
I'm so sorry for your loss, and surprised to find out that my aunt Nell passed away and we were not notified. She was blessed to have a good family and that she is with God.
 

 
Rita and Jeff Stracener posted on 2/17/20
BoomBoom loves you and you family more than you will ever know! Peace be with you and your sweet smile!
 

MICHAEL GARNER posted on 2/17/20
MODESTA, SUE AND I WERE SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT CLAYTON. HE WAS A GREAT AND GENEROUS MAN TO US. I HAD THE PRIVILEGE OF WORKING FOR HIM IN KINGWOOD, TEXAS. I WAS HIRED FOR A MONTHS CONSULTANT WORK AND IT LASTED SEVEN YEARS! WHEN I WAS LET GO HE PERSONALLY TOLD ME MIKE YOU DID NOTHING WRONG, WE JUST AREN'T GOING TO WORK SO. LA. ANYMORE. HE THEN TOLD ME IF I NEEDED MONEY, HE WOULD LEND IT TO ME, BUT HE DID WANT TO BE PAID BACK!! THANKS FOR THE INVITES TO THE RANCH PARTY OVER THE YEARS. WE SEND OUR CONDOLENCE TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY. MIKE AND SUE GARNER
 

Randy Gaines (Dallas, Tx) posted on 2/17/20
I am so sorry to hear about Mike! Your in my prayers.
 

Sharon Gardner posted on 2/17/20
Claytie was bigger than life with a heart of gold and those of use fortunate to know him will miss him deeply. I am forever indebted to him for purchasing my show heifer so I could finance my college education (even if it was to that Texas school on the Colorado). My heartfelt condolences to you , Modesta, and to all of the family.
 

Mike Jachimczyk, Houston posted on 2/17/20
I was fortunate enough to have seen "Claytie" sing with Mariachi bands at the Pecos Country Club, and also at his Alpine Ranch. He not only sung in perfect, fluent Spanish (of course); he even told the band what key to play in. Then he would translate the meaning of the ballad to the crowd watching. It was great to see him absorbed in his west Texas culture, and fun to watch, and be a part of. Will never forget those images. Vaya con Dios, Senor Williams...
 

Joyce Monse posted on 2/17/20
Claytie was the most wonderful boss anyone could ask for. My condolences for Modesta and the children, May God be with you all in your time of grief! My years with Clayton Williams, Jr began in August 1981 till the summer of 1989 and must say this was some of the best memories of my life. My love to you and you family, Modesta! Joyce Studlar Monse
 

Bob and Rhonda Boswell posted on 2/17/20
Claytie was one of a kind. His infectious smile, can do attitude, and personal style left an indelible imprint on all that met him. Our thoughts and prayers are with Modesta and his family at their loss of a wonderful husband and father.
 

Ann David Lyons posted on 2/16/20
I attended Mr. Williams’ class that he taught at A&M. I think it was spring of 1997. It was wonderful to hear about his experiences of starting new businesses. His dedication to A&M and the MBA program showed by flying into College Station once a week for a semester to teach the class. Thank you Mr Williams. So sorry for the loss to family and friends.
 

Jennifer Cummings posted on 2/16/20
Steve and I went to high school together. We were pretty close friends who sadly grew apart. I just found out what happened as I was thinking of him and decided to look him up. I am saddened that he is not with us anymore. Steve was a great guy, he was always quiet in school but had a great sense of humor. He ended up being the only guy in our graduating class at macs but somehow I don't think he really minded it. I am so sorry he is gone. He will always be with me in my thoughts and I'll be praying for his family. I know hes now in a better place.
 

MELLISSA COSTILLA posted on 2/16/20
I WAS GIFTED WITH BEING ABLE TO CARE FOR MIKE OVER THE LAST YEAR, HE WAS A GREAT BLESSING TO BE AROUND AND ALWAYS HAD THE BEST OUTLOOK AROUND, I KNOW HES IN A BETTER PLACE NOW RUNNING AROUND SEEING THE BEAUTIFUL SIGHTS IN HEAVEN .. PRAYERS FOR YOUR FAMILY MIKE.. I'M GONNA MISS YOU
 

Susan Moore posted on 2/16/20
I was lucky to score an invite to one of the picnics held at the Williams' ranch back in '83 or '84. As we drove onto the property there were drink stands set up - you could get a cocktail, beer, wine - whatever as you continued the drive to the house. It was hotter than all get out and I remember crowding around the edge of the auction tent to get a little relief from the afternoon sun. Also remember the boot shaped swimming pool. Delicious bbq with a young George Straight & Janie Fricke for the evening entertainment. I recall seeing Clayton dancing on the tennis court looking like he was having one heck of a good time. And a fireworks show at the end (after we got back to the hotel I had black dots all over my face). A memory I'll always cherish.
 

David Vaughn posted on 2/16/20
A Great man that would truly listen and follow through.
 

David Vaughn posted on 2/16/20
God Speed to a self made Legend
 

 
George Sjolander posted on 2/16/20
Thinking of your family and the time we shared with the Brangus activities. You will be missed. Sincerely, George Sjolander Family
 

Bill Hall. posted on 2/16/20
Our condolences go out to Modesta and family. I felt lucky to be an engineer involved in the development of Caljon gas and personally get to know Claytie. He was a hellve boss and person. He will be missed. Our prayers are with you all Bil and Diana Hall
 

Mikki Diener posted on 2/16/20
Clayton will be greatly missed. I lost Duke several years ago and he talked about Claytie to the end. Thanks for the memories.
 

Howard Griffin posted on 2/16/20
The entire Williams family will be in our prayers. Clayton was a very kind, generous, and joyful man. I am grateful that I got to know him as a friend of his son Jeff. He was encouraging to all of Jeff's friends cheering us on at many football and basketball games. The impact of Clayton's life has been felt by so many. I remember years after I had left Midland I went to a jeweler to buy my wife's engagement ring. When the jewelry store owner learned I was from Midland he asked me if I knew Clayton Williams. I shared that I did, and he told me that he was one of his students at the Business School at Texas A&M. He said, "Clayton was my favorite teacher." Clayton taught a lot of people a lot of great things. What a wonderful legacy of a life well lived. He will be missed by many, but I'm grateful that I know where he is. He is now with Jesus in Paradise (Luke 23:43) in our Heavenly Father's House where there are many rooms (John 14:1-6) where there is no more pain, suffering, only praise (Revelation 21). Till we meet again. God bless.
 

Larry Cress posted on 2/16/20
Claytie took a chance on a young, (30 year old Aggie) engineer to run his drilling operations in 1984. Four months later he saw the downturn coming and laid down all 52 of his drilling rigs in just a few months. This began a wild 12 year ride of ups and downs, that I will never forget. He would get mad, but you would never hear about it a second time. He taught me so much about business and his entrepreneurial spirit as I moved up to the inner circle of management. Thousands of employees have loved him and found him to be very funny and a good family man. He provided pivotal jobs to so many people over the years that went on to great success. Too many funny stories to tell about this legend. The Oilfield has lost a great man, philanthropic to so many, and there is a large place in the Oilfield history books for him. God blessed you Claytie. And he blessed us with your presence. I know he was there with open arms for you. We will miss you.
 

 
nichols posted on 2/16/20
i am so sorry to hear this Mike was a person you would never forget and like very much he use to live in back of us on bedford we would visit with him alot in the alley carry out the trash always busy in the yard
 

Michael Gibson posted on 2/16/20
I think Clayton Williams was one of the nicest men I ever met. I used to work in Midland for KMiD and News West 9. Whenever there was a big story about the oil business, he was the first person I would call. He would always be happy to do an interview. He was a great man to speak with and I always enjoyed talking with him. I wished I had kept in contact with him because he was not only smart and well spoken, he was nice as well.
 

charles mcdonald posted on 2/16/20
clayton, you were my father's closest friend, he greatly admired you and now you can have a drink together in heaven; I will miss you both, you were a remarkable man. god bless and rest in peace, you earned it.
 

Paul Pearce posted on 2/16/20
Mrs. Williams and family, We were neighbors in Fort Stockton and have many remarkable memories of Claytie. What a grin! Our best wishes to you and Gig 'Em! Paul, Pam, and Pat Pearce and families
 

Lauretta Dowd posted on 2/16/20
Kelvin and family. I’m so sorry. Thinking of you in this difficult time. Lauretta Dowd (old old classmate and friend)
 

Van A Mabee posted on 2/16/20
My thought and prayers are with your family. We all can certainly celebrate Claytie's life. Knowing him was such a joy. My late husband, Joe Mabee, thought the world of Claytie. They were great friends. May God be with you in your time of mourning.
 

KAREN BRYCE PFIESTER posted on 2/16/20
Modesta and Family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We cannot adequately express how much you all mean to our family. Claytie certainly lived life to the fullest and loved every minute of it. His love of family and friends was evident in everything he did. He will leave a giant void, but many wonderful memories. Karen and Don Pfiester
 

Liz Smitten posted on 2/16/20
My best memory of Claytie is when the Texas Tech Health Sciences opened our Permian Basin campus in the mid 80s. I was assistant vice president for operations and responsible for holding monthly meetings with all our satelite campuses, which was a challenge because of the distances (El Paso, Amarillo, Odessa.) Claytie had his communications business up and running and let us use his lines to tele-transmit my meetings, which was an innovation at that time and we greatly appreciated his willingness to help the Health Sciences Center grow and provide health care for all of West Texas.
 

Covar Jeppe dabezies posted on 2/16/20
Janet, so sorry to hear if your brother’s death. I know how hard it is to lose a brother. You are in my prayers
 

Sandy Jones posted on 2/16/20
Condolences and prayers to Modesta and family. I will always treasure my time working for Claytie. Such a dynamic, fun-loving person. There will never be another Claytie--truly one-of-a-kind!
 

Joan (Laughiin) Miller posted on 2/16/20
Heartfelt condolences, Modesta, to you and all the family. Claytie was loved by so many and will be so missed by all of us who knew him. I have fondest memories of all the fun we had back in 1990, a time I will cherish all the days of my life. My prayers are with you and yours during this most difficult time. Please know I will have you in my heart in the days ahead and how much I appreciate being a small part of his life so many years ago. God Bless.
 

Guy Anderson posted on 2/16/20
My sincere condolences to all of the family. May God bless Claytie and all of you now and forever. Peace be with you all.
 

 
Kelly McSpedden Mullins posted on 2/16/20
Sending love and prayers. Our hearts are hurting. Heaven gained an amazing angel. Gig’em!
 

Griffin posted on 2/16/20
What a wonderful life Claytie lived! Some of my favorite memories are from his birthday parties at the ranch! He loved life and lived it to the fullest! He will be missed by many.
 

Dan Wise posted on 2/16/20
Modesta, my wife, Mardelle, and I send you our hugs and prayers! I have considered you a friend, since 1st grade at College Heights! Our whole group went separate ways, but our friendship did not! We are so sorry for your loss of your Sweetheart! Our prayers for you will continue! Dan (Danny) Wise
 

Conchita Walker posted on 2/16/20
With my Deepest Sympathy to the Williams Family for the loss of their wonderful Father, husband, Grandfather. My prayers and thoughts are with all of you. Rest In Peace. Clayton Williams. My husband was DAVID G WALKER. Clayde’s Williams First cousin.
 

BEN MORGAN posted on 2/15/20
CLAYTIE WILLIAMS - TEXAS AGGIE - REST IN PEACE
 

Jace and Deb Ready posted on 2/15/20
My name is Deb Ready my husband Jace and I worked at the Q Creek Ranch in Wyoming that was owned by the Williams family, they were wonderful people and always always very pleasant and enjoyable to be around. Mr Clayton told my mom (Irene Harvey) and I some really great stories and always had a hug for us!! Modesta always had hugs too, she’s a lovely lady we are very sorry for the loss of your wonderful husband.
 

John Gambino posted on 2/15/20
I thank God for this family’s philanthropy. Rest In Peace.
 

Nathalia Duran posted on 2/15/20
The first time I met Tom was in second grade the year 2000s. I will not forget this event because Tom made an impression on me; he showed kindness by inviting my family over for dinner and taught us manners. The feeling of enjoyment comes to my mind. Tom was a great friend and I enjoyed and loved his company and the knowledge that he gave so freely to people. Tom truly had a giving heart and a deep laughter. Friends, family, and even I let’s not let our hearts take to lamenting in too much grief because Tom has passed on earth. Tom lives within us and we keep him alive. What I mean by this is; Tom lives in our hearts, in our minds, and in our memories that we will carry with us throughout our lives. Family of Tom my heart goes out to you all. Tom truly was a wonderful man and he will be missed.
 

Robert Graham posted on 2/15/20
There are such good memories, and so many. In November, 1976, I sat down with Claytie in his office in the Old Gulf Bldg. in Midland. I had recently completed my Masters Degree, but was unsure of what direction I was going to take in life. That day, I was introduced by cousin Claytie, to the possibility of pursuing a career as a Landman in the Oil Business. This was the turning point in my life, and the beginning of a 40 year career. I believe in life, everyone needs a mentor. Claytie was, and always has been, my greatest mentor. I owe my wonderful wife Jill, my two daughters, Kara and Krista, my grand children, the many friends I have made over the years, and experiences and opportunites, to that day in 1976, when I visited Claytie in Midland.
 

April Haynie posted on 2/15/20
Chloe and Tim, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. May God be your peace and comfort.
 

Jay Noel posted on 2/15/20
Mike was one of my most colorful cousins. Never a dull moment when Mike was around. Yet Mike had one of the strongest witness for Christ in his testimony now left for posterity. We will miss you Mike, glad you aren’t suffering and have went home to be with your Lord and Savior Jesus. See you in a little while.
 

Lorene Stembridge posted on 2/15/20
Prayers and love to the family of Clayton Williams. Many good memories during the 36 years him while Joe was employed with CWEI. I’m so sorry for your loss. Lorene Stembridge
 

Bobby Joe Tucker posted on 2/15/20
I’m so sorry about Greg! I enjoyed being around him at the railroad. He will be missed!
 

Phyllis Hanson and family posted on 2/15/20
Although I haven’t seen Anna in a while, she was a dear friend and neighbor. We are so sorry to hear of her passing. Hugs and prayers go out to her family.
 

 
Shannon Moore posted on 2/15/20
There so many memories but what is most interesting is that they are every day ordinary ones that are built up over time, that make him who is. I say “is” because life doesn’t end after death. We are just absent from our bodies but our souls live in fullness within one of those two eternal places the Bible speaks about. But here on earth Tom was honestly the first true friend that I made in adulthood. I’m only lucky that I happened to bump into him! His support and love was unceasing. He was a friend to me as a young mother who was alone, a confidant and an encourager. He is an awesome person. His smile says it all about him. And I wish I could hear that deep chuckle. Since he has left this earth that we all stand upon, I think of him more. He always tried to fix things that were broken in people and our hearts feel broken that he’s gone from us so soon. Thank you.
 

Dana (Witt) Walker posted on 2/15/20
Shea, I am so very sorry for your loss. My prayers and hugs are headed your way.
 

Oleta & "Bobbie" Allen posted on 2/14/20
Robert & Oleta Allen, Timothy Allen, Kristi Apodaca. We are so sorry to hear of Patsy's passing. We know she is in the arms of the Lord. May your family be surrounded by the love of your family & the peace of your Savior, Jesus Christ. I only wish we had not just happened on this sad happening on FB by Cathy. Please know you are in our hearts & prayers as you lay your loved one to rest.
 

teri Kilani posted on 2/14/20
I’m so sorry to hear this. Condolences to the family
 

 
Annette Atencio posted on 2/14/20
I’m so sorry for your loss
 

 
Teresa Pettitt posted on 2/14/20
It's been a pleasure working for you. Sending prayers to the family. RIP Tom you will be missed.
 

 
Shereka Hearne posted on 2/14/20
I miss you everyday friend. Rest peacefully, my deepest condolences to his family.
 

Michelle posted on 2/13/20
I can't believe you are no longer here… Our backyard pool parties and football games won't be the same...Taken so suddenly, I have to believe that God has bigger plans for you...Until I see you again
 

Gibby Ingram posted on 2/13/20
Don, Bruce,And Cathy, i am so sorry for your loss, i know Patsy was a very good wife and mother and a christian lady, she will be with our lord, waiting for each one of you to join her. May God bless you forever, Gibby Ingram
 

Patricia Rose posted on 2/13/20
Very sorry for your loss. She was always friendly and helpful to me and my family. My Dad, Jerry Hill worked with her at Arco and thought highly of her.
 

Patricia Hill Rose posted on 2/13/20
Very sorry for your loss. She was always friendly and helpful to me and my family. My Dad, Jerry Hill worked with her at Arco and thought highly of her.
 

Shanna Reeves Tatsch posted on 2/13/20
RIP My beautiful aunt.... Go fly high...See ya on the other side. I love you...
 

Janie Kolman posted on 2/13/20
I am so sad to read of Josh’s passing. He struggled with life. I remember talking to him after a radio show in Colorado where he had just played Me and Chemistry, that I think he wrote. He was appreciative of my admiration for the song. It remains a great track on the Came and Took It Album. Your music will live on. Sweet Josh, Rest In Peace ❤️
 

D.C. and Myrtie Lee posted on 2/12/20
Our prayers are with the family.
 

 
Nicole Dawkins posted on 2/12/20
You were always such a sweet soul of a person. Thank you for spreading that kindness to others.
 

Paulette Weir posted on 2/12/20
I am so sad and so sorry that my beautiful cousin, Holly, has passed away. I loved her, though it has been so many years (54years +?) since I had seen her or spoken with her. My memories of her, and her dad...my uncle James, & her mother, Phyllis, and all of the family, are wonderful and happy. I still remember their home in Tijeras, NM. Their family was so beautiful and happy. With all my love, beautiful thoughts, prayers and best wishes, Paulette Miller Weir
 

Ian Dowdy posted on 2/12/20
For as long as I can remember, Josh encouraged those around him to be the most true versions of themselves and to take joy in everything life has to offer, no matter how small or fleeting. From his first time snowboarding almost twenty years ago to the hikes we've done together the last few years, spending time together in the great outdoors was something that we both enjoyed greatly. Josh had an adventurous spirit and consequently, he often encouraged me to seek out enriching experiences, go outside of my comfort zone, and never be afraid to discover new parts of myself. While the positive effect he has had on my own life as well as the rest of our family is clearly visible, the influence he has had on others through his music and creative expression is immeasurable. I will always remember the times we shared together and I will never stop loving him.
 

Bill Hipple posted on 2/12/20
We are so sorry for your loss. Michael was a funny, friendly, and caring man and will be missed. Praying to God to give you all love and comfort.
 

Nikki Saunders posted on 2/11/20
I have known the Pattons for over 25 years, and Holly treated me as one of her own everytime I saw her. She will be greatly missed. I hold a special place in my heart for this family and my heart hurts for them right now.
 

Susan and Stephen Dowdy posted on 2/11/20
Josh has been such a special part of our lives for 20 years. He visited us in Colorado several times, including when he tried out snowboarding at our local ski area and for a music concert where he played guitar for us. He also spent time with us while he lived here, enriching our Thanksgiving of 2017 with the gift of his music and company, excitedly introducing us to friends and coworkers and sharing his barista skills, his favorite brunch spot with his favorite blueberry cornbread, and his love for the Colorado Mountains where he camped with us and shared a beautiful sunset at the top of Rocky Mountain National Park. We feel honored to have celebrated his life together by spending his last 2 birthdays together with him. He will be missed terribly -- the light in his soul and the joy of his memory will live on forever in our hearts.
 

Wes and Penny Wasem posted on 2/11/20
We are absolutely heart broken....Josh brought so much light to those around him-KNOW that we will never forget! ❤️
 

Alma Patton posted on 2/11/20
Dad"s and my hearts go out to all of you in this time of sorrow. Remember we love you all!
 

Debbie Uranga posted on 2/11/20
So sorry for y’all loss
 

Christina posted on 2/11/20
I will miss you my friend. I know you are proud of your kids and loved them with every ounce of you. Love you my friend.
 

Christina posted on 2/11/20
He was an amazing friend and so proud of all of his kids. He would give you the shirt off of his back if you needed help and saw you needed a hand up. I will miss you so much Greg. Love you!!
 

Mike Solomon posted on 2/10/20
My condolences for the family.
 

Deana posted on 2/10/20
I'm so sorry for the loss of Michael. My condolences go out to the whole family. Deana from WTNB - Pecos
 

James Bailey posted on 2/10/20
Mike will be very much. I May the Lord wrap wrap his arms around you , and your family, and heal your broken hearts. I will always remember Mike’s great sense of humor , and great stories that he shared with all of us.
 

Charles Hanger posted on 2/10/20
I was just thinking about Dudley & Zula. I did an internet search and saw Zula passed away. My heart felt prayers go out to the Coleman family. The friendship the entire Coleman family showed us has never been forgotten. May God comfort and hold you as Zula is now released into hands of Gods glory. God Bless Charles Hanger & Charles Drake
 

Linda ONeall posted on 2/9/20
I was so sorry to hear about sweet Joana’s passing. I loved her my whole life and know she has gone home to rest with our Lord. Condolences to everyone in the family. Love, Linda Weaver ONeall
 

Paula Buckner Jones posted on 2/8/20
Randy and Mickey I remember how fun your Mom and Betty Lou were. I can remember when you lived on Dixie Street. Beth was a friend of my Mom, Vivien Buckner. I am so sorry for your loss.
 

Helen Partlow posted on 2/8/20
I worked for a long time with Dunk. He was an awesome guy and will be missed. So sad to hear of his passing. God bless you all.
 

 
Randall A. (Randy) Hamill posted on 2/8/20
We only learned today that Coach had vacated his earthly body and went to be with Jesus. Last time I saw Coach Curtner, he was on a bowling league with my Grandmother in Roswell. I was there recovering from a nasty accident I was in that left me in sad shape. I was fresh from the hospital and in extensive rehab both mentally and physically. I have VERY few memories from that time...but seeing coach at that bowling ally was one that I am forever grateful to have. He did not recognize me. I was in pretty sad shape. But as soon as I told him (with the help of my Grandmother) what had happened and what I was trying to recover from, he remembered me. He did what Coach did best, he started building me up and assuring me that If I put the work in, and never give up, I would beat this. My true healing began at that exact moment...and guess what?? He was RIGHT!! I wish he knew what I was to become, and that the ten minutes with spent with me was to be, what I will ALWAYS believe, the inspiration to overcome what appeared to be an unrepairable brain injury. I am the President of an FAA Aeronautical Repair Station as well as the Director of Maintenance for a part 135 Jet Charter service. THANK YOU, COACH! I am absolutely positive we will meet again..and I am equally sure you will make me give you some pushups and laps. Mrs. Curtner, Teri and Carla, our sincerest condolences from Teah Hamill and we pray for healing. Randall A. (Randy) and Pat (Leitch) Hamill
 

Lexi marie posted on 2/8/20
I’m definitely goanna miss you more then anything , it was a blessing having you as my memo .. I’m forever goanna miss our dinner .. our drives too look at house we could never afford .. your smile .. your laugh etc. i know your always with me .. I love u my guardian angel.
 

 
Roxanne Neatherlin posted on 2/8/20
Kathy You will be missed! I’m blessed that you got to spend Thanksgiving and spent our Christmas with us!! We love you and you will be so missed! Love your friend and sister in Christ Roxanne
 

 
Randy Peets posted on 2/8/20
Bobbie will be dearly missed! She was a wonderful friend to my Mom. They shared a lot of life together and now they are together again. Praying for your family!
 

Henry Sanchez posted on 2/8/20
Prayers for the family during this transition period. I'm so sorr6i know how special she was to you guys.
 

Angela Randle posted on 2/7/20
Jeff was a great guy he always had a smile on his face at Walmart and would stop and help you with whatever you needed. I knew both him and his wife Mary and he will be missed. God gained a very special angel.
 

Angela Randle posted on 2/7/20
Jeff was a very nice guy he always had a smile on his face at Walmart and would stop and help you get whatever you needed. Him and his wife Mary are friends of mine and I'm going to miss him very much. God gained a special angel..
 

Kenny Casbeer posted on 2/7/20
I started working at Walmart in November of 2019. Dunk was one of the first people to introduce himself and welcome me. He always had a smile and kept us laughing at work. He was immediately one of my favorite people to work with. I wish I had known him longer. He will be missed.
 

judy & bill latimer posted on 2/7/20
LUAN,,,,, BILL AND I ARE SO SORRY TO HERE ABOUT TERRY. WE DIDN'T KNOW. IF YOU NEED ANYTHING JUST LET US KNOW. LOVE TO A FRIEND ! BILL AND JUDY !
 

Jennifer Beatty Warren posted on 2/7/20
Kathy was one of my high school friends. Even though we have been apart for many years I still have fond memories of her. Rest in peace Kathy.
 

Connie Miller posted on 2/7/20
While working at Walmart I got to know Dunk he was a sweet and caring man and he will be missed. He always was cheerful and helpful I’d you needed help. When he moved to Walmart pickup it was harder to see him. May God bless this wonderful man and I hope he knew how much we all loved him. Goodby sweet wonderful Dunk
 

Connie Miller posted on 2/7/20
Working with Dunk was such a joy he always had a positive attitude and after I left his face was the first one I saw always smiling. He will be missed so much. If you asked about something in produce he would make sure he had it for next time. I know he liked working for pickup he was even more cheerful. My good friend Dunk I will miss you
 

Ed Moughon posted on 2/7/20
Terry and I met at Rotary. We often found ourselves at the same table for lunch. I loved to share stories of air conditioning, life, and family. It always made me happy to see Terry. He always offered his big hand to me and I felt like we had a connection. Terry was a good man and in my view of the world that puts him at the top of my list. My compassion goes out to his family and friends for their loss. We will miss Terry.
 

Ed Moughon posted on 2/7/20
I met Terry through Rotary. We often sat together and shared stories of air conditioning, construction, family and life. I was always happy to see Terry and felt comfortable with him from the moment we met. I am sure many got to experience Terry that way. He was a good guy, and in my world that puts him at the top of my list. My compasison to his entire family and universe of friends for their loss. We will miss him.
 

 
Dorothy Rogers posted on 2/6/20
I grew up knowing Darlene, her parents and all her family. Her Father was a special church song leader at Ackerly Baptist Church. Darlene was always a bright spot at any time in my life. May our Heavenly Father give comfort to each of you in all the days to come. I know she entered the gates of Heaven as God promised when Darlene accepted Jesus as her Savior. Patsy, thank you for calling me last Sunday. Love to all. Dorothy Baker Rogers
 

David Hood posted on 2/6/20
I Love You man.....so many fun times:) God be with you...
 

Fermin Gutierrez posted on 2/6/20
R.I.P. My dear friend I will surely miss SEEING AND (HEARING)U AT WORK . U always made my day better . May U b dancing on streets of blue clouds l BEING LOUD! I ain’t crying for U , lm cryn for me cuz I m gonna miss u my dear red headed friend love u my brother from another mother lov fermin
 

Mike and Cyndi Carter posted on 2/6/20
Kathy was a ray of sunshine every time I saw her! Her love for life radiated from her. She was a joy to be around! Sincerest condolences to her family and friends. She will be missed.
 

Sherril Du Bois posted on 2/6/20
My heart is broken because you are gone. The world will be a sadder place now. Love you Brother❣️
 

Pamela Shello posted on 2/6/20
I love and miss you so so much daddy!
 

Hilton and Lanelle Witt posted on 2/5/20
Our old friend! Condolences to Billie Joyce, Tammy, Karen and families.... Love and prayers are surrounding you all
 

Sara Gamble posted on 2/5/20
My sincere condolences and prayers for Luann and families,
 

Della Cooper posted on 2/5/20
I'm so sorry to hear about JoAnn she was one of my best friends and I loves her like a sister. We had a lot of good times. Sorry I'm unable to make the service. GOD BLESS the family. Della
 

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Melissa Thomas posted on 2/4/20
So sorry to hear the loss of Terry. Many prayers and condolences to his loving family.
 

Bob Glancy posted on 2/4/20
May you find peace in knowing that Terry is no longer suffering. With our deepest sympathy and prayers. Bob and Cindy Glancy
 

Cindy Whiddon posted on 2/4/20
Virginia and family, I am so sorry to hear about Gene. He was everyone’s rock, especially Virginia’s. I worked with Virginia at Parker & Parsley for years and I love both her and Gene to pieces. My prayers are with your family.
 

Judy Davison posted on 2/4/20
I'm so sorry to hear of Susan's passing. We lost touch last couple years but she was a good friend. Gone but not forgotten. RIP Susan
 

Garrett and Janice Conaway posted on 2/3/20
We are so very sorry to hear about Terry. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
 

Dee Vaughan posted on 2/3/20
We are sorry for the loss of your father and grandfather. We are praying for you & your family. Love & prayers! Kelly, Dee, Katie & Kylie Vaughan
 

Marty Holub posted on 2/3/20
I enjoyed watching EJ growing up. My name is Marty. I dont know the exact term but EJ was a distant cousin to my dad Joseph Harvey,1933. We always bragged that we were related to EJ. Didnt mind that no one cared but it always pleased us. My dad and his dad born in Littlefork,Mn.
 

Robert Alsup posted on 2/2/20
I remember watching him play in Kansas City, and he was my favorite. I idolized him, and actually met him and got an autographed picture. Later on I had read stories about how ornery and playful EJ was, and while playing Pop Warner football I decided to do what I had read that my hero had done many years ago. So while in a dog pile, I pinched the kid I tackled on the rump. Hard. That kid moved the whole pile of us. I never knew Mr. Holub, but I loved him, and he made quite the impression on me, and for that, I am thankful.
 

Angelita. Garcia posted on 2/1/20
Im so sorry for your lost mija god bless you and family and keep you in your prayers
 

Larry & Olga Trevino posted on 1/31/20
Thank you Jimmy for taking such great care of us for many years at Hulls @ Hubbard meat market. You always took time out of your busy schedule to chat with my hubby & I during our visits. May you Rest In Peace & God Bless your family. We will definitely miss seeing your smiling face there.
 

Michelle Marie Baldwin posted on 1/31/20
I'm so sorry for your loss, he was a sweet man and he will be sorely missed. My heart goes out to the entire Mitchell family.
 

Pete Phillips posted on 1/30/20
Sorry to hear about Betty Jo. Too bad I didn't hear about this until today. She was such a neat person. I lost my mom last year, and it's always sad, but so thankful you got to have her so long. She's rejoicing in heaven now. BTW, the best news (for me) in the obituary was to see that Ray Nan is married! My apologies for making a big deal of this, but I too got married later in life and I'm happy for her. Strange post, I know, but I've been out of touch for a long time.
 

Samantha Ervine posted on 1/30/20
I have so many memories with you & they were all so special I love you so much & I will miss you! I’m so glad I had the chance to know you for 18 years I will forever cherish those moments!
 

Mary watkins posted on 1/30/20
Kaysie Kyle and Cody so sorry to hear of your loss . Our thoughts and prayers are with you.as well as the rest of his family. . May he rest in peace. Your Padrinos Terry & Mary Watkins
 

Lena Buck posted on 1/30/20
Our deepest condolences to the family of Jesse J. Tryon. My fondest memory of him is when he wrote a letter of encouragement to one of his teachers who had lost her mom several years ago. We will hold on to the good memories of Jesse and pray for his family. God bless you.
 

Jada Hartfield posted on 1/30/20
My thoughts and prayers are with the family "my family" during this very difficult time. May you find comfort and peace in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
 

Jada Hartfield posted on 1/30/20
My heartfelt condolences to Gaye (my classmate) and family. Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal.
 

Trimmaneisha Washington posted on 1/29/20
Praying for the family during this difficult time. I am so sorry for your loss. I love you. May God bless and keep you all. Always, Washington Family
 

Jeff Hales posted on 1/29/20
I lost touch with Tom after leaving Midland years ago, and was deeply saddened to hear of his passing. My heart goes out to his family at this difficult time. I also wanted to say thanks for sharing his beautiful obituary. The words were perfect to capture the boy I remember as my childhood friend. I’m happy to have been able to read about the man and father he became.
 

Aundrell Lee posted on 1/29/20
Honestly Jessie was always one of the people you could always count on one of the best people I knew. I'm happy I knew him you'll live on through everyone here in the midland tx fly high man fly high
 

 
Karen Graves (cookie) posted on 1/29/20
I can remember when Jesse and JaBrady was always calling me to give them a ride or for money and like any mother with love for their son, I was there. Jesse was like another son of mine when he was around. We will miss u but will forever be in our 's Love aunty Cookie
 

Melodye Tryon posted on 1/29/20
Rest In Paradise... You Have Your Wings Now... Fly High Cousin. God Bless! Heavenly Love Cousin.
 

Desiree Mamon posted on 1/28/20
My truest condolences go out to you Ebony and your family!! May God give you the comfort, strength and reassurance ❤️❤️
 

Graham & Susan posted on 1/28/20
Joe, Michelle, Courtney, Amy, Carly and Weston. Thinking of you all at this difficult time. So very sorry for your loss...
 

Nellie Monarrez posted on 1/28/20
I'm so sorry for your loss my condolences go out to you and your family
 

Jerry Curfew posted on 1/28/20
We were so blessed to call Betty our friend. We will cherish forever the memories we made with Betty and CW and we will miss her smile and sweet hugs more than words can say. Spud & Jerry Curfew
 

Steve Cuurtis posted on 1/27/20
Rodney, Ray Nan and Rusty, So sorry to hear of Betty's passing. So many memories. Loved her. I'll let Mom know She can't come. too weak. .
 

Becky walker posted on 1/27/20
Betty was one of the most precious and sweet spirited Ladies I have ever known. Her smile was contagious and oh how she loved her dancing !!. Heaven has gained another amazing angel this week . You will be missed Betty Love you Becky walker
 

Dean and Barbara McCallister posted on 1/27/20
Eva, Laura, and family, We are very sorry to read about the passing of Bill. Our heartfelt condolences to you and the rest of the family on your loss. He will always remember his kindness to us. Dean and Barbara McCallister, Granbury Texas
 

gus white posted on 1/27/20
It is helpful that you mentioned that you need to check the payment options that a funeral home offers before you hire them. I hadn't thought about that before, but it is going to be important because we can only pay with our card. My wife's mom passed away this morning, and I want to help alleviate their stress by referring them to a good funeral home. When I look for one, I will be sure to choose one that will offer a payment method that will work for them.
 

Pete posted on 1/26/20
Tom too soon bud The D will miss ya
 

Stephen Fontenot posted on 1/25/20
Tom was an absolute blessing to know. I think of the ski trips and the biggest guy I ever saw on a snowboard!. Our paintball team getting blasted by a bunch of young guys and Tom being the last one standing as we were sliding our paintball guns to him when he ran out of ammo...he never gave up. He was a man's man! God bless all of you. Many thoughts and prayers! We miss him already. Steve and Carrilynn
 

Vicki Greeley posted on 1/25/20
Dr. Younger and family. We were shocked and saddened to hear of Tom's passing. We have fond memories of the ski trip you took Kyle and Tom on many years ago. We pray for God's Blessing during this time. Our deepest sympathy.
 

 
Arlie & mollie williams posted on 1/25/20
Great lady to all she met been a pleasure to have been called a friend in this world now the time has come to be with God what a day that will be.
 

Mark &Jamie Fulmer posted on 1/24/20
RIP, Another Angleto fly high in the wonderful above.
 

George Schlemeyer posted on 1/23/20
Lost a good man.
 

Barbara and Pete ( Sutton) Gillette posted on 1/23/20
Synthesis and prayers love y’all
 

Barbara and Pete ( Sutton) Gillette posted on 1/23/20
Prayers and sympathy to all!!! Love y’all he will be truly kisses loved him to death .. he was always himself no matter what but could always make me laugh!! If y’all need anything please let me know !!!
 

gus white posted on 1/23/20
I love the tip that you gave to consider the offered payment options of a funeral home when you are looking for one to hire. We are in desperate need of a beautiful funeral home for my dad's services, and it will be important for us to know that we could find the best one for our needs. The financial aspect will be very important for us. When we look for one, I will be sure to consider their available methods of payment.
 

David Ivanhoe posted on 1/23/20
Clay, Cole and Mitchell Family, Sorry to see this in the paper this week. Our sympathy, thoughts, and prayers for you guys. Mr. and Mrs. David Ivanhoe Midland, Tx class of '75
 

 
Paul and Mazie Will posted on 1/22/20
Rest in peace in heaven. God Bless
 

 
Paul and Mazie Will posted on 1/22/20
Rest high in heaven. God Bless.
 

 
Robert Turner posted on 1/21/20
One of my fondest memories of my Aunt Mildred was her great cooking. Best of all, it didn't matter what time during a family get together before lunch or dinner, she always had something good (candy, dessert) that you could get into before the meal. Maybe she was just spoiling us, or she knew we were sneaking the goodies and didn't mind. Seems life gets so busy for all of us, but the good memories are such a comfort. Gonna miss you Aunt Mildred. Until we meet again in the heavenly home.
 

Danny & Rhonda Hooper posted on 1/20/20
Billy & Ann, we are so sorry for your loss. May God wrap His arms around and give you peace and comfort.
 

Sharon & Paul Brown Family posted on 1/20/20
We are deeply saddened by the loss of your husband, father, and grandfather. In this time of sorrow, the Brown family extend our sincerest condolences to your sweet family. May the Lord comfort you as only He can.
 

Lou Burns posted on 1/20/20
Bill Mitchell left a wonderful legacy. Sending prayers of comfort and love to Eva and the Mitchell kids and families.
 

gus white posted on 1/20/20
It is helpful that you mentioned that you should consider the payment options of a funeral home before you choose one. That will be important for us because we can only pay through our insurance, and it will be important for us to find a funeral home as soon as possible for my father's services. When we look for one, I will be sure to consider their available payment options.
 

Mrs. Lillie Dorsey Muse posted on 1/19/20
Cousin reminiscing the times when my daddy (your uncle Frank Dorsey) took me around my family and me thinking just how much you and Alana look like twins and how we were raised to be as sisters not really as cousins and we knew that were cousins but it just made our bond spiritually unique never to be broken wether near or far we will always feel the presence of one another cause we always will be together in Spirit remembering how we talked,played, laughed, cried etc. most of all loved you will be dearly missed but never forgotten . You were an earthly Angel Kim, being the Victor of a Victorious battle . Being blessed as you were a child of God that was granted his Grace and Mercy to complete your transition (Home-going) from a earthly plane into a Heavenly Realm, HOME where you have obtained your wings as your reward in recognition of a job well done cousin fly high my Angel in the Sky as you keep watch over us Kimmie For we are the recipients of you being our Blessing!
 

Skinner Family posted on 1/19/20
Our sincere condolences to the Mitchell family. I know you will miss such a great patriarch in your family. The evidence is left behind by the Godly men and women he helped mold in his life.
 

marcy hernandez posted on 1/19/20
Miss Lucille, My Morning Glory ; The Radiance of your gorgeous smile and bright eyes could melt and iceberg, how much more any person who ever came across your path. The love you carried touched every heart you ever knew, your Graceful ways could fill any void. Blessed you are called among women, full of mercy, strength and honor. You touched my heart and life with your kindness and love, you were an oasis in the desert to all who knew you, especially to your family. A strong water you were for all who came near to you, you quenched their thirst with loving-kindness. You exhibited strength and grace with gentleness in all your ways. Your beautiful Essence lives on to tell the story in each one of your children, grand-children and great-grandchildren and in each one of us that was privileged to know you and that you brought into your heart and home. It has been an honor to be at your side and be able to share these days and weeks with you. To Our Family "The Nichols" for sharing YOUR MOST PRIZED POSSESSION with us. We Love You All with all of our heart. Marcy and Joe
 

Marcy Hernandez posted on 1/19/20
Miss Lucille, Our Morning Glory: The Radiance of your gorgeous smile and bright eyes could melt an iceberg, how much more any person who ever came across your path. The love you carried touched every heart you ever knew, your graceful ways could fill any void. Blessed "You" are called women. You touched my heart & life with your kindness and love, it has been " An Honor " to be at your side and serve you. Your Beautiful Essence lives on to tell the story in each one of your children, grand-children and great grand-children. In each one of us that was privileged to know you and that you brought into your heart & home. Thank You To Our Family "The. Nichols" for sharing your most Prized Possession with us. We love you all with all of our heart.... Marcy & Joe
 

Jerry and Johnnie Moritz posted on 1/19/20
I very sorry to hear of Richards passing. We spent a lot of time together smoking cigars. He was a great guy. My wife and I enjoyed our many visits with Richard at One Wall Plaza.
 

Skyler posted on 1/18/20
I remember you used to laugh and play with me and I was always so happy when you were around. My favorite picture of us is me in my Tigger outfit...I love you pawpaw, and I miss you so much. I wish you were still here to see how grown up I am now. I love you so much and I know you are watching above.
 

Dr Margaret Hiett Williams posted on 1/17/20
Frankie was special. I am sorry I missed the funeral. Just found this. Margaret (Mrs. Tuck) Williams
 

Racheal Brown posted on 1/17/20
It only took a moment to leave a lasting impression. I’m sorry I didn’t get to know him better or longer. My heart and prayers go out to the family.
 

Anita Suchma Baxley posted on 1/17/20
Tommy, once again you beat me to the finish line! But I know you as a good man and I miss our good times growing up.
 

Debby Dennard Corgan posted on 1/17/20
Derek, you left two significant impressions on me. You loved big and with all your heart. Anyone who was the recipient of your love was a lucky person. You made even the most mundane things fun and made everyone around you laugh. You could always brighten my day with your Derek-isms. All these years later, I still quote you! Your memory will always bring a smile to my face, brighten my day, and remind me to love with my whole heart. To all your loved ones, I offer my love and condolences. You will be missed.
 

Nila Joann Shaw Peugh posted on 1/17/20
Lucille and I were best friends from the time she moved to Knott community when she was a seventh grader, loved spending the night with her and sleeping in a feather bed! She loved music and couldn't understand me not hearing music. She asked me " are you crazy"? I just chuckled and said " I can do lots of other things". She and Tink married when I was gone to Ohio to visit family the summer of 1950. I was devastated, but went on without her to graduate in 1951, We didn't reconnect until Tink passed away and I was a widow as well. I loved visiting Lucille and she always made me feel so welcome. We became best friends again sharing our memories, I will miss her but she was ready to go, she wanted to stay at home and I am grateful that was where she was! God bless her family, she loved you all so much! Always Nila to Lucille!
 

Markia Milton posted on 1/16/20
I miss our conversations I love you tt it hurts we never got to meet up but every little conversation we had I loved it your free now on that on old town road rest easy until we meet again
 

Markia Milton posted on 1/16/20
Hey tt we had such a short time but I loved every bit of conversations we had to know I got close to you but never got to meet up hurts me I love you tt and I’ll see you when I get there your free now on that old town road rest easy baby.
 

Brian "Blades" Olivarri posted on 1/16/20
Derek, my friend for many years...I am sure I'll never meet anyone quite like him again. Too many memories to share here...if there's one big thing we had in common, we loved to make sure our friends were entertained. Rest in peace, my friend. The lives you touched are as immeasurable as the way you touched everyone around you.
 

Debbie Gregory posted on 1/16/20
I am deeply saddened to hear this. She was always smiling and was a devoted wife and mother. You couldn’t help but love her and Tink. I remember us both expecting babies in the same year, my first and her last. She was always helping me to understand what my body was going through. If it had not been for her kindness I know I would have been so scared. At 17 years old I thought was as confident to have my baby all from the kindness she showed. Now I have to be honest when I saw Chad for the first time and his head and feet touched both ends of his little bed at the hospital. I was 17, 5’3”, and about 140 lbs I remember getting a little scared. I was real sure where God could find room. Lol I’m so glad I had her in my life. Your entire family has always been wonderful and for that I thank you all.
 

Alan Kimbrow posted on 1/16/20
Bill and family please accept our condolences for the loss of Frankie. Alan and Karen Kimbrow Midland, Texas
 

Jennifer Rowan posted on 1/16/20
Sincere condolences to Kim's friends, family, colleagues, and students. Kim, I hear the echo of your laughter with my sister, Sarah. Thank you for all the joy you've spread. You are missed and beloved. Peace be with you always.
 

Allen Dorsey Jr. posted on 1/16/20
Hello my Sweet Sister Kim! My heart is heavy and we only just reconnected. While we did communicate on several occasions since the passing of our Dad, I wish I had another day to hear your voice. I will miss you! While I am sad, I know you are in a better place, experiencing no-pain, only joy! Your spirit will always be in my heart. I love you Kim Dianne Dorsey. Forever and Always, Your Older Brother! Allen Dorsey Jr.
 

Joey Heinemann posted on 1/16/20
Robert was always a quiet guy! I remember him walking in the hallways with his satchel & books! Very smart young man! Kept to himself but a good friend to all! R.I.P. Our friend! Joey Heinemann, Mike Ingle,Clint Hurst, Freddy Phipps, Bob Nolen,Bruce Stanley, Darlene McBrayer, Marc Bowman, Brenda Brennaman,Roger Allen,Joe Briwn,John Conner,Eddie Dunn,Patti Dunn,Cindy Fly,Kellt Grissom,DeWayne Kinsey,Greg Hurt,Terry Jastrow,Ron Rush,Chris's Slaughter,Steve Thomas,Tommy Taylor,Janet Thorne,Al Trostman,Bob Waddel,RitaWaltrip,Nita Waltrip, and many others I cannot remember or have passed sway!
 

Tricia Aguilar posted on 1/16/20
I did not know Mr. Griffith, but when I read where a brother or sister in Christ has been called home, I feel it is appropriate to give condolences to family and friends. I pray the Lord will bring comfort to you thru this difficult time.
 

Alana Yancie posted on 1/15/20
Until We Meet Again Those special memories of you will always bring a smile. If only we could have you back for just a little while, we could sit and talk again like we used to do. You always meant so very much and always will. The fact that you are no longer here will cause us pain, but you will always be in our hearts, until we meet again. Your Loving Sisters, Brigett Thomas and Alana Yancie
 

KayCee Thiebaud posted on 1/15/20
Our lives were beyond blessed by your friendship, movie quotes, baseball games, Aggies, dominoes, your singing voice and an immeasurable amount of laughter and above all, we were blessed by YOU! You became a part of our family quickly and we loved you more than you knew. Carrie was blessed to be loved by you and we will continue to love her hard and comfort her in her time of grief. You loved our kids like your own and were one of Dyllan’s biggest fans. He will cheer a little louder for those Aggies for you! You will have the best seat in the house to watch Aggie baseball no matter what channel it is on. We love you Derek W. Griffith and will miss you so much! Whoop!
 

MarkPatterson posted on 1/15/20
Derek a friend from college station. So sorry to hear of the news, heard it at Duddley’s Draw last night. Known him for years.a big Aggie fan. Carrie,sorry...and to fellow friends... will miss him. Jason Huff sends his condolences.
 

Stephanie Gannaway posted on 1/15/20
Derek posted a pic of Bodie trying on hats in Academy. Bodie is smiling so big in that pic! See the influence Mr. G had on Bodie? Bodie, we are a Tech family. Down in the comments of Derek's original post, sure enough Derek had Bodie in an Aggie hat! He loved you so much, Derek W. Griffith. Carrie, all our love to you. You know, some people go through their lives and don't leave much of an impact. Derek left a crater. I will look for the brightest star in the sky tonight and I know it will be him.
 

Martial posted on 1/15/20
Carrie, I am so sorry for your loss. I hope you will find solace in faith, family and friends in the coming days. Derek had the biggest heart of anyone I've ever met. He was a true friend and a brilliant wit. Spending time with him was always a joyful adventure. Kim and I will miss him dearly but he will live in our hearts forever.
 

Cynthia Weeks posted on 1/15/20
Kim was a wonderful teacher, friend and colleague. I enjoyed working with her for the past 12 years. Kim had a wonderful sense of humor and was always a joy to talk to. She was very dedicated to her students and always went above and beyond to help them. She loved her puppies and watching the "Young and the Restless". I will miss visiting with her. She blessed my life and I am thankful to have known her. Rest in Peace My Friend.
 

Jonathan Downey posted on 1/15/20
My most sincerest condolences to all family, friends, and close ones. The mold was broken, when you were made. You were always there, and were a true friend indeed. The many times of laughter and tears will forever remain with me. You were like another brother, and will be truly missed. All the sports we watched won't be the same without you here. You were true to your faith in our Lord, and Heaven is rejoicing with your presence. I love you, and until we meet again, RIP my brother... Jonathan Downey
 

Rob Dennis posted on 1/15/20
Derek, you were truly one of a kind. After spending yesterday dealing with the shock of your passing I realized almost every memory I have of you I associate with laughter. That’s a pretty cool legacy to leave us with. You loved your friends and there was no one better at reaching out and keeping in touch with everyone. I’m heartbroken that I will never hear another “HUH” from you. Your Derek-isms are already well established at the Dennis house. You’re the first person I think of when I see a Rangers or A&M game on tv..I love you brother. Godspeed. Rob Dennis Nashille TN
 

Mark Barber posted on 1/15/20
Thinking of all the family and friends during this difficult time. After hearing the shocking news, it’s been hard to focus on anything except the past. I have so many great memories of Derek. He was a connector and did such a great job at letting us know what was going on with everyone else especially when somebody was going through a difficult time in their life. He did this to ensure that we prayed for whomever that friend was. I’m certainly going to miss Derek, but I know he’s getting to see so many of our friends and family in heaven that have gone before us. I thank God for the friendship and the fun we had in high school and beyond. I’ll never forget those times. Love you, man! - Kram Rebrab (Mark Barber)
 

Byron Prestridge posted on 1/14/20
My sincere condolences to Derek’s wife and family. We knew each other while he lived in College Station and I was fortunate to visit with him when he returned for a short Visit a few years ago. You will be missed friend. I hope you are at peace. Much love.
 

Marcia Coates posted on 1/14/20
Brady was wanting to go be with his beloved Jewel. He loved her with all his heart as well as his family. He will be missed . I had many visits with him and I loved him. He was a mess. We visited for a few years on the phone and when he was in the nursing home here before his death. He would call me at 3 or 4 am wanting to visit. I’d tell him, Brady, I’m going to kill you for calling me in the middle of the night ! He would say “ You love me anyway “. God comfort all your hearts and think on all the great times you had with him . By the way, I love all of you and you are in my prayers. Marcia
 

Melissa Watts posted on 1/14/20
My condolence's to Juan's family, I know he will be missed by so many wonderful people. Juan was a very great co-worker and I was glad to have the pleasure of knowing him, I also met his beautiful girls and wife when they came to the office. He will be missed.
 

Ralph Venerable posted on 1/14/20
Dear Ezpinoza Family, I was so sorry to hear of Juan’s passing and want to express our most sincere sympathies to you and the family during this difficult time from the those of us here at Targa. Juan was a highly valuable and respected contractor and the effects of his passing are already being felt. Juan was a wonderful guy who understood the meaning of hard work. He was always more focused on a job well done. He made many great contributions to the company and helped it move forward in numerous ways. His work here will not soon be forgotten. Please accept my sincere condolences for you and the family. Juan was a remarkable man and everyone at Targa Resources is better for having known and worked with him. For those of us that had the privilege of calling him "friend" outside of work, we were humbled by his kindness and compassion to everyone around him. He will be greatly missed and everyone here is saddened by his death. Know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and his family and friends during this difficult time. With sincere sympathy, Ralph Venerable
 

Julia Trevino posted on 1/14/20
Descanse en paz, Ms. Dorsey. La extrañaremos.
 

Kris King posted on 1/14/20
I will miss you very much, Kim! She was a bright person to be around, in both intellect and personality.
 

Angie Gourley posted on 1/14/20
I am so sorry to hear about Ida's passing away. She and I worked together for many years at MMH. She was always smiling and had great stories about Trisha and Steven. If everyone was as special as Ida, this world would be a greater place. My thoughts and prayers are with her family which she loved so deeply.
 

Linda Steward posted on 1/14/20
Wonderful memories of Thanksgiving Day I met Brady! Loved this Man & Love his Family!
 

Josh Hicks posted on 1/13/20
Rest In Peace, Kim. We miss you.
 

Tammy Suttee Streun posted on 1/13/20
Mr.Madry ,was one of a kind.Mr.and Mrs. Madry was so good to all of us kids that hung out at their home .We loved them both so much.I know he will be missed .I am so sorry for your loss my friends.Psalm 37:10,11,29 John 5:28,29 .Revelation 21:3,4 Gives us hope of seeing our love ones again,and I can’t wait!
 

Eva Lois Kalenak posted on 1/13/20
Mark Evans was the backbone of Troop #18 in Odessa, Tx. Mark was always ready and prepared for camping in Buffalo Trails Scout ranch, Sol Myer and many more. It takes a special person to give their time and energy to young boys. He was a model for the scouts on how a man should act even during difficult times camping out. I know my husband and I will miss Mark but will have wonderful memories of the camp outs and scouts meetings we attended together! Love, The Kalenaks
 

 
Teresa Walker posted on 1/13/20
I met Ms. Marie in late 90's. I am from Big Spring and she would do my hair. I actually had an appointment for Dec 13, that I had to cancel. I'm sorry that I did not get to speak with her one final time. Coming to her shop was always refreshing. The ambience of her shop was serene with gospel music playing softly often. I never met her boys, but I knew she loved them and her grandchildren as she spoke about them all of the time. She had a passion for fostering kids in the system. I would always jokingly tell her that God has an extra crown for her. LOL Marie was a woman of God and although beauty shops tend to be full of gossip, not her. I NEVER heard her say one negative word about anyone. To her family, I pray that God will dispatch angels of comfort for you all. I lost my mother in 2007, and I know first hand a mother is a precious gem that is not easily replaced, not even through time. Prayers for you all. RIP Ms. Marie
 

Eileen Benson posted on 1/13/20
I'm glad you mentioned that choosing cremation doesn't mean we can't also have a traditional funeral service. My uncle passed away from cancer over the weekend, and he made it clear that he wanted to be cremated after he passed. Thanks for letting me know that we can plan a traditional funeral service as well to bring closure to our family.
 

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Bevra Carruth posted on 1/12/20
Nova Lena was the Godly example I followed as a mother and Christ follower. Her unfailing love and kindness, her strong faith and positive spirit in all situations was a beautiful example of the Proverbs 31 woman. I am so thankful that my life and the lives of my children and spouse were impacted by her love and faithfulness in serving us as a part of their church family. We love all of her family and rejoice that she is with Bro. Reeves in Heaven singing and worshiping with our Savior and Lord.
 

Arlene Morris posted on 1/12/20
Ms Franklin was a very dear friend to me! May have only worked with her from Dec. 2008 till Dec. 2010 but to this day we remained friends! She had a kind heart and a precious spirit and loved everyone she met! She shared the love of Christ on her face and made sure you knew where she stood if you ever doubted your own choices! She loved her family and spoke of them everyday! She will be missed by everyone whose life she touched!
 

James Bailey posted on 1/12/20
May God bless your family with peace, comfort, and may your broken hearts be healed. I will miss Hugh Roberts very, very much.
 

James Bailey posted on 1/12/20
May God wrap his arms around your family at this hard time, providing you all with peace, comfort, and healing of your broken hearts. I knew your Mom & Dad for 5 years at Fairmont Park Many times I would have coffee & donuts before we would go to bible study. I enjoyed hearing stories about when you girls were growing up, and about when your Dad was growing up in Louisiana. We talked about so many things. Hugh & Diane will certainly be missed.
 

Angela Marion posted on 1/12/20
R.I.P. Mrs Franklin. You will be greatly missed, but I know you are in a better place and not suffering anymore . Thank you for being such a good friend and everything you did for me and my family . Cannot ask for a better friend I love you . ..
 

Phyllis Lewis posted on 1/12/20
I met H. T. in 1984 when Larry & I moved in next door to he and Benita. He was always kind and, just the way that he talked about life would make you laugh and want to hear more. We learned what it meant to be good neighbors from H. T. and Benita. I don’t know if he ever knew just how much that meant to us. We were very young and his love for his family, and others spoke volumes of the man. He was one of those folks who left a lasting print on your heart. My heart is grateful to have known Mr. H.T. Baker! Our heartfelt condolences to Benita and the family. With much love!
 

James R Porter posted on 1/12/20
Tommy was a concerned Father of three sons who he encouraged to complete their educations, which they all accomplished very well. He also enjoyed sports and had his favorite teams which he followed. He raised his family in the Church and was an active member, serving as a Deacon at the 14th and Main Church of Christ in Big Spring, Texas. Occasionally, he could pull a prank to the wonderment and amusement of those around. He was also an avid Bridge player with a considerable accumulation of Master Points.
 

Sherry Jones family posted on 1/11/20
Wanda was a beautiful lady inside and out. Evertime I saw her she had a big smile and told me she loved me and my family. Condolences for your entire family.
 

Helen Nicholson Palmatier posted on 1/11/20
Janie, My heart goes out to you and the family. What a Wonderful Lady your Mother was. Always making us feel welcome she will always be in my heart. My The Lord give You Strength and Peace knowing your Mother is no longer in pain. And she is with Her Lord and Savior. Sending My Prayers and Love . Always, Helen
 

Toni Mills Henson posted on 1/11/20
Pete and my Daddy, Harmon Burl Mills, we’re first double cousins. Pete’s dad Rufus Roy and my Grandad, Ruben Toy we’re twins. They married sisters Jewel and Lola Smith. Pete, his son Mike, and my dad always looked quit a bit alike. When I was 5 we moved to town & dad built a house across the street from Pete. Later, my grandparents built a house two doors down from Pete and since each house was on a corner lot, it was known as Mills Corner. Many years later, my husband & I bought Pete’s house and lived there for several years. My brother & I still own our parents house on Mills Corner.
 

Joel Ford posted on 1/11/20
H.T. was a childhood hero of mine. I adored that man, he was so funny and made me laugh so often. Funny, but smart as well. I'm a better person for having known H.T.. My thoughts and prayers are with his family as you grieve for this great man. Someday, we'll see him again. Joel Ford
 

Gerry Henderson posted on 1/11/20
Marie was a very sweet and generous Sister and friend. Although her passing is so very soon in, we know that our loss is Heaven's gain. On behalf of the Henderson family and Bethlehem Baptist Church in Big Lake, Texas, we committed you to the Savoir who died all things well, and you are in our prayers. Pastor G. L. Henderson Bethlem Baptist Church, BigLake, Texas
 

Jaquez Anders posted on 1/10/20
Ms. Marie was such a loving and caring person, and I will truly miss her. She always had such a loving, Godly spirit on her, and she was always so gentle and kind. I first met Ms. Marie back in 2014, while looking for a hairstylist here in Midland. She did my hair for me, and I always enjoyed her company. I still cannot believe that she is gone, but I know in my heart, that she is with The Lord. I will continue to pray for her family, and I pray that The Lord will give you all the strength that you will need during this hard time. May GOD continue to be with you all, and may He heal your broken hearts. I love you all!
 

Faye Hughes posted on 1/10/20
With our love and condolences to Wanda’s family. Wanda was a sweet loving cousin, we will miss her beautiful smile. Underwood Cousins, Hazel, Maxine, Lyna and Faye God Bless you all
 

Stella M. posted on 1/10/20
I send my sincere condolences to Linda's family, friends & all who loved her. I met Linda many years ago, perhaps when she first moved to Austin. We ran in the same circle & she became my friend. She loved opening her home to us where we had numerous parties, played lots of lively games, explored her beautiful back yard & ate delicious food. She even hosted my bridal shower! When I heard of Linda's passing, these & many memories of Linda came back to me as if it were just yesterday. I am grateful that I got to meet Linda as we trudged the road of happy destiny together.
 

 
Adrian Valdez posted on 1/10/20
In loving memory of Mark Evans
 

Adrian Valdez posted on 1/10/20
Lila, I'm terribly sorry for your loss, may you find strength in family and friends surrounding you. In reading some of the condolences, Mark sounded like an amazing man and his presence will forever be with you. I hope you find peace in this time of need. Sincerely, Adrian Valdez
 

Rachel Carson, Cockrell School of Engineering at UT Austin posted on 1/10/20
I had the privilege to meet Mr. Davis earlier this fall on behalf of the McKetta Department of Chemical Engineering and the Cockrell School of Engineering at UT Austin, of which he was a graduate. He was undoubtedly one of our most distinguished alums who embodied our motto "What Starts Here Changes the World." His commitment to high potential students was remarkable. His legacy will live on through his family and the generations of young people who will benefit from his philanthropy. All of us at UT Austin are sending our thoughts and condolences to the Davis family. Hook'Em.
 

Mark B. Hensley posted on 1/10/20
Mark was a classmate of PHS 75. I’ve known him since the 4th grade.Mark and I also graduated from the Odessa College Peace Officer Academy on 12-17-83. Condolences to the family.
 

 
Christe Campbell posted on 1/9/20
My thoughts and prayers are with the family during this time of grieving
 

vicki jensen posted on 1/9/20
prayers to all
 

vicki jensen posted on 1/9/20
to all the family many prayers are sent your way Gods blessing may Geneva rest in peace
 

Susan Pellino posted on 1/9/20
I don't know Mark very well but I know and love his sweet daughter Whitney and am great aunt to his two beautiful grandchildren Cooper and Londyn. I know how much they love and will miss him. My condolences to them and to Lila and Charlotte. Prayers for the whole family.
 

Hunter Cunningham posted on 1/9/20
Mark, Where to begin. You were such a hard working and loving person. I loved working with you at Fire Tech. Going from work site to work site. You getting mad at me for changing your radio to oldies when you’d always listen to fox radio. You’d be happy to know I finally came to my senses politically. I’ll miss the times we’d be listening and you go on about how “my president” was doing this or that. I loved helping you with Troop 18 and being your assistant. You showed me how to be a hard worker and you’ll never be forgotten. -Hunter
 

Cunningham Family posted on 1/9/20
Mark did so much for all of my boys in the Boy Scouts. Not only did he help them he also was the Scoutmaster of Troop 18 and worked tirelessly helping the entire troop. He cared so much for all the boys. He earned the respect of everyone. My entire family really appreciate all he did for us. Our love to Lila and his entire Family.
 

Betty G.Dorn posted on 1/9/20
To the family of sister Marie, I call her sister because that's what she is to me,and my words can not express how to say so sorry for the passing of your loved one. I met my sister in 2001 thru my deceased husband Jerry Ford. we became close friends. In 2004 Marie married Jerry and I at the duck pond on A st. She remarried us in 2008 with all our family members there. Out side of being my sister, my friend she was my hairstylist. I loved going to her shop, when you walk in you could always feel the spirit of the Lord, Marie always had her radio playing those spirituals. Such a beautiful woman. My heart and prayers are with all the family. "Much love " missing my sister!!
 

Judy Santana posted on 1/9/20
Barbara was truly an angel here on earth! I had the privilege of working with her at St. Andrews Presbyterian Mission for 9 years. She radiated Christ's love and had compassion for all. She was a person I will always admire and she was such a great Christian example to me! "Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his SAINTS" Psalm 116:15. Prayers for all of her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren.
 

 
Sharon Anders posted on 1/9/20
I Met Ms. Marie In The 80s, She Started Doing My Hair At Here Home, We Became Friends, From Then We Became Friends. She Never Had A Bad Word To Say About Anyone And Was Always Respectful And Cheerful..I Will Truly Miss This Lady And Will Carry Her Memory In My Heart..To Her Family, Lean On And Put Your Trust In God He Will See You Through.
 

Alma Walker posted on 1/8/20
Love and hugs to you ladies, my sisters always -- will miss my 2nd Mom tremendously
 

Sheri Woody posted on 1/8/20
God Bless you Madalyn and Greg, with peace and comfort as you celebrate the life and loss of your mom. Your mom sounds like she was a good one and obviously, your number one fan, supporting and thru life. Sorry for your loss, cherish the memories.
 

Tori Raddison posted on 1/8/20
It's so cool that you can have a traditional funeral service before you get cremated. My grandma wishes to be cremated when she passes. I'll have to ask her if she still wants a funeral. Maybe she'll be surprised as I was to learn that she can!
 

 
Melissa Green posted on 1/8/20
She was warm hearted and welcomed me into the family with open arms. I will miss her beautiful smile.
 

Patti Mac posted on 1/8/20
My firecracker Aunt Cynthia lived a long and a wonderful life. I have many memories of her scaring me with her one constant threat when she thought we little kids were misbehaving, "I'll knock the hell fire out of you". Later in my life i believe she truly loved me. My memories of her will always be remembered.. She will be missed forever. I was present when my Uncle Bobby died and also with all the girls when Aunt Cynthia passed. Coincidentally or planned. I guess ill never know. I would like to believe that it was meant to be, for whatever the reason. I love my cousins dearly. They took care of Aunt Cynthia until the very end. Also Jerry Nichols, I will always be so grateful for your care and fulfilling Aunt Cynthia's wisheses. You're a great man. Love to my family of cousins. I am so proud of them. God bless my family at this difficult time. Love you all.
 

Felix & Marielena Lombardo posted on 1/8/20
Our condolences to you and your family.
 

 
Monica(Montez)Hardin posted on 1/7/20
My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult and hard time. My continued prayers for you my sweet friend , your daughter and all of the family.
 

Raynetta williams posted on 1/7/20
Maire did my granddaughters hair as well as mine. While visiting in Midland in December, I went by to see her at her shop. She had someone under the dryer n was shampooing a young man's dreadlocks. I showed her pics of my granddaughter who is 16 now and was n the 4th grade when she n her family moved to DFW. I have since moved to DFW as well. We had an awesome visit, laughing n talking about how much my granddaughter had grown n how good we both looked. I was truly moved to hear of her passing. She had always been so kind to me, my daughter n granddaughter n we loved her. RIP Sweet Marie.
 

Angie Aron (twin) posted on 1/7/20
Marie has done me and my twin sister's hair for the a number of years. Marie was more than my hair dresser; she was my friend and prayer partner. Marie was in love with her child and grandchildren and spoke about her mom and brother on a regular basis. Her love extended not only to her family but to her foster children. I will always remember her smile and listening ear. To the family, be confident that Marie is already in the presence of the Lord, whole and full of life. I will miss my sister, my friend! To her family both physical and church family, my heart is tender towards you and declare that in time, God will heal your hearts! God does not kill, steal and destroy, but Satan does. What the enemy, Satan, meant for bad, God will use it for good.
 

Ruby Bruns posted on 1/7/20
Girls, I am so sorry to hear this. Cynthia and I had a lot of fun together. She was my very best and closest friend.
 

Katrina Schultze posted on 1/7/20
An amazing woman! So friendly and thoughtful! Words could never express how sorry I am to hear of her passing. Please know you all are in my thoughts and prayers.
 

 
Sanchez posted on 1/7/20
I never new Robert but after reading all that was said he truly did seem like an amazing person overall. As a mother my heartaches for Robert’s mother and family. May God be with you all in this difficult time. In hard times like these it’s always best to mesmerize on the good times. Praying for the family.
 

Kay Griffith posted on 1/6/20
I met Marie in 80's when she first moved to Midland. She became my hair stylist while working in a small salon on South Main St. I followed her to a new salon where she later purchased currently known as New Image. I would take pictures of styles I'd found & Marie worked her magic and my hair looked exactly like it. Over the years we shared meals and life events but mostly we just enjoyed each others company. She was a true friend & confident, always available personally & professionally. We had lost touch these last few years but she always ask my Sister whose hair she did how I was doing. My prayers & condolences are extended to hers son's & other family members. My friend Marie has gained her wings & Heaven has gained a beautiful soul. Rest easy in Paradise my friend.
 

Tanya Lozano posted on 1/6/20
Our family was deeply saddened to hear about Roberts passing. Mike and I remember him as a baby full of energy, big bright eyes, sweet giggles and big smiles. Our thoughts are with you during this extremely difficult time and we’re praying for strength for your family for the days ahead. The Lozano Family Fullerton, Ca
 

Lela McNary posted on 1/6/20
Marie did my hair for 30 years except for the time I lived elsewhere. She also did our sons dreadlocks. She kept me dressed but more than that she was a true friend. To her sons and the entire family, you're in my thoughts and prayers. Rest in Paradise my friend!
 

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Oscar Morrison posted on 1/6/20
I appreciate the idea that a funeral isn't for the deceased, but for their loved ones that are mourning. My father passed away over the weekend so my siblings and I need to figure out what to do. Planning a funeral would probably be healthy and useful for us all to have some closure.
 

Tyson Coolidge posted on 1/6/20
It's good to know that you can still have a traditional funeral if you choose cremation. My brother has been telling me about how his mother-in-law passed away recently. I'll share this information with him so that he can look into his options for professionals who can help him with this in the future.
 

Wilma McClure posted on 1/5/20
Beverly & Nick, I never had the pleasure of meeting your Grandson, so sorry for your loss.
 

 
Steven Wright posted on 1/5/20
Steve and Mike, I was sorry to hear about your Mom passing away. Know your family is in my thoughts and prayers! God Bless Steven Wright (Tyler chapter TASO) Longview, Texas
 

 
Christy Martin posted on 1/5/20
I never knew Robert on a personal level just his momma and the love she shared through facebook of their upbringings. Robert sounded like a very amazing talented young man and wish I had the opportunity to have meet him. Rest in Heaven Robert and my condolences are sent to the family.
 

Dottie Knebel posted on 1/5/20
Mike and Steve, We are so very sorry for your loss. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers during this time that is so very hard for the people left behind. God Bless.. Dottie and Ralph Knebel
 

Donald Nelson posted on 1/5/20
A year ago I had hip replacement surgery and was at rehab at the time Betty Ewan died. Therefore,I just found out about it.Although I was at Bradfield from 1952 to 1956.I did not have her for a teacher but I did know her,as well as several of her people.She will be missed.
 

Linda Herndon Leath posted on 1/5/20
Forrest, Eldon was my cousin..his father and my grandfather (Bert) were brothers. So it seems me and you are also cousins. I enjoyed seeing Mary and Eldon when they came to Fort Worth to visit Eldon's Uncle Bert and Aunt Ruby--my grandparents. Eldon made the best peanut brittle I have ever tasted! Last time I saw your parents was at my grandmother's funeral in 1995. I was eating lunch yesterday with my mom, sister, nephew and Aunt Heili who was married to my Uncle Ralph who was Eldon's 1st cousin. You surely have met Heili as she would drive to Midland to visit your parents. Anyways Eldon's name came up and she admitted she hadn't spoken with Eldon in awhile. Later I googled and found his obit. Please accept my belated condolences for the loss of your father and mother. I met Melissa 1 time in early 80's when she was visiting my grandparents. Again, my condolences and maybe we will meet one day.
 

Susie Hulsey posted on 1/5/20
I am so sorry for your loss I can’t imagine the pain and heartache you are going through , I don’t know you but my heart breaks for your family I have 2 boys myself and they are my like , but just know you are in my thoughts and prayers May God comfort and hold you in the coming days ❤️ God Bless Susie Hulsey
 

Steven Wright posted on 1/5/20
Steve and Mike, I was sorry to hear of the passing of y’alls mom. Know that your family is in my thoughts and prayers!! God Bless !! Steven Wright (Tyler Chapter TASO) Longview, Texas
 

Sybil Acevedo posted on 1/5/20
We are sorry this happened. We are praying for you and your family.
 

Carolyn Dotson posted on 1/5/20
I did not know him but sounded like he new what he wanted in life. He was very bright and out going young man. I'm very sorry he was taken to soon. But is now watching over everyone that loved him. Just remember he will be in your hearts always until you meet again. Love and hugs to everyone
 

Caroline posted on 1/5/20
Prayers go out to you and the family .
 

 
Rita McKaughan posted on 1/5/20
After your description of your son, I really wish I had known him. I’m so very sorry for your loss. There are no words that can “fix” this but just know that our Heavenly Father will have your son in his arms until it’s time for his earthly family to be called home. Then, what a reunion that will be. GODSPEED to you all and fly high Robbie.
 

Nikki posted on 1/5/20
My heart and prayers to the family! I’m so sorry for your loss.
 

Robert Isaacs posted on 1/4/20
We going to miss you robert
 

 
Patricia Johnson posted on 1/4/20
The family have my deepest condolences. May God be with you all
 

Patricia Johnson posted on 1/4/20
My heart goes out to the family.. I can't even imagine your pain.. That just touched my soul.. Such a sad thing to have happened. May God be with the family at this time. You all have my condolences..
 

Dorothy Rogers posted on 1/4/20
I have and will miss visiting with Sarah via phone. Also we have not been able to visit in a few years due to the distance of our lives. Love and prayer for each of you of her family and comfort from our Heavenly Father. Sincerely, Dorothy Baker Rogers
 

 
Dorothy Rogers posted on 1/4/20
Dear ones, I was so saddened on the passing of Travis. Love and prayers are sent for comfort from our Heavenly Father as only He can give in all the days ahead. Love, Dorothy Rogers
 

 
Dorothy Rogers posted on 1/4/20
Dear ones, my heart is aching for each of you in Faye's passing. I always enjoyed seeing her whether at Forsan or Big Spring. May our Heavenly Father give His comfort to each one of you in all the days ahead. Sending love and prayer. Dorothy Rogers, ABQ., NM
 

Dorothy Rogers posted on 1/4/20
Dear Larry and family, I am so very sorry about your loss of Charlotte. Praying our Heavenly Father will give comfort in all the days ahead as only He can do. Sending love and prayer. Dorothy Baker Rogers
 

Debbie Anderson posted on 1/4/20
Sorry to hear about your mom, Steve. Thanks for taking such good care of her. Debbie Anderson/ Southwest
 

Mimi and Pa posted on 1/4/20
Rest In Peace sweet Robert. We love you and will see you again.
 

Kathy Waddleton posted on 1/4/20
I did not know your son, he sounds loving and wonderful. I'm so sorry for your great loss. My prayers continue for you and your family.
 

 
Casey allred posted on 1/4/20
Robert was always so happy and making everyone laugh. He truly could make any time fun. I’m very thankful my brother was able to have him as a best friend. My brother will never forget all the fun times he had with Robert. Praying for all his family and friends to get through this tough time.
 

Jeanna McCall Pierce posted on 1/4/20
Baby Bob that smile was always the biggest brightest and best I will miss it so much!! You're helping hand and giant heart your laugh and love I'll never forget!! Til we meet again I love you your aunt jeanna forever!!
 

Cindy and Randy Terrill posted on 1/4/20
To All of her family and friends; My deepest hopes for your comfort. May God bless you all in ways that you never imagined or hoped. My heart is with you all.
 

 
Angelina & Tiffany Lopez posted on 1/4/20
We didn’t know Robert but after hearing people share their stories on how great of a person he is, we felt like we knew him forever. LLR❤️
 

Mike Ramos posted on 1/3/20
Mr. Davis provided me an opportunity to develop my career in the natural gas industry. He was a fair man and I admired his work ethic. My condolences to his family, friends, and employees. You have truly lost a fine leader.
 

Jill & Michael Hinton posted on 1/3/20
Our thoughts are with Julie’s family, and my brother, John. May you find strength and guidance, now and always.
 

Randy Peets posted on 1/2/20
So sorry to hear about your Mom. I know how you feel as I lost my Mom in July of this year. I will be praying for you and your family. Remember, we will both see our Mom’s again some day!
 

Betty L Cunningham posted on 1/2/20
My condolences go out to my former classmate Darcy for the loss of her beautiful mom. Love and prayers Betty Hickman Cunningham
 

 
Tara Johnson posted on 1/2/20
My sincerest condolences to Stephen and all of the family.
 

Lynda Hughes posted on 1/1/20
With condolences and love for Julie's family, especially John Klocksiem. You are loved, John. Lynda Hughes
 

Fonda Clumsky posted on 1/1/20
Lance and Casey, I was so sorry to hear about your Mom. She was a very special friend to me. I loved babysitting you guys years ago. Please accept my condolences and prayers for your family.
 

Gretchen and Richard Robrock posted on 1/1/20
Our heartfelt condolences to Julie’s family and to our brother, John Klocksiem.
 

 
Dixie Regan posted on 12/31/19
Dixie
 

Mika Michelle Moran posted on 12/31/19
Linda and I just cut each other’s hair :) There are few people who you really connect with in a lifetime, and Linda was one of those for me. She and I had a special bond and a special relationship. I will treasure this forever. I can only imagine how great the loss must be for her family. All my love to you. Linda was a gift and I will miss her terribly. Linda was a special soul and will live on through all of us that she touched ❤️
 

Carolyn Tindol posted on 12/30/19
Pat was always my favorite nurse. Always smiling and kind. My condolences to her family.
 

Rick D. posted on 12/30/19
Linda was a big part of my life when she lived in Austin. She helped me to find and buy my house, was always there when I needed help and advice, gave me the best haircuts I ever had. I will miss her and she will always have a place in my heart. RIP Linda ! With love Rick.
 

Robert and Michele Newton posted on 12/30/19
We are so sad to hear about Patrick's passing. He was a great guy. We want you all to know that he made a lasting, positive impression on us and Blake-"best soccer coach ever" Patrick made learning/playing soccer fun for Blake and we are convinced he loves soccer still to this day because of Patrick's positive guidance and leadership. Blake is even coaching his daughters' teams now and he strives to be the kind of coach to his kids that Patrick was to him. We will always remember Patrick with that big, friendly smile of his and his kind, gentle way of talking and teaching. We are again so sorry for your loss. We will continue to lift you all up in prayers
 

Alda Clark posted on 12/30/19
Will never forget the times when we were young and would play behind Granny Cobbs house. Of course we had ( my older brother, her very first cousin) to boss us around. Granny always had canning jars stored until she needed them. We decided we needed them to pay with. We took our jars to a safe place and started canning. We canned all kinds of grass and weeds. We would fill the jars up with grass and then pour water over them. It was a great time we had canning that summer long ago. That is my first memory of Charlotte and I cherish it. Other good times were had before we were separated when they moved to West Texas but will not tell about them now. I loved Charlotte and I hope her memory lives on.
 

Carolyn Stephens posted on 12/30/19
Condolences to all on the loss of our Sweet Charlotte. I have so many memories tucked in my heart. What fun we had and young girlhood secrets we shared. Watching our children grow up etc. It makes me wonder how time could have flown by so fast. Our loss, but Heaven Gain ❤️ This is NOT goodbye, but till we meet again. Friends Forever, Carolyn Condolences from Steve, Steph & John
 

Bennie Durr posted on 12/29/19
So sorry. Our prayers & sympathy are with you. My memories go way back to when we were children. May the God of all comfort be with you!
 

 
Michael Pastrano posted on 12/29/19
Our Condolences and Prayers to the Davis family... May he Rest In Peace! Liquefied Propane Installations LLC
 

Sue Jane Sullivan posted on 12/29/19
Grateful to have taught her children and grandchildren. She raised some sweet children. Thinking of you all.
 

 
Sherri Starr posted on 12/29/19
RIP ❣️
 

 
Donna Brown posted on 12/29/19
Loved that you let me bowl with y'all and got to know what a wonderful lady you was. RIP You will be missed.
 

 
Yolanda rios posted on 12/29/19
May u rest in peace Irene fly high with the angles until we meet again
 

 
Hernandez family posted on 12/28/19
Rest in Peace Mr. Davis, you will be greatly missed. love and prayers
 

Grace Boyer posted on 12/28/19
Mr. Davis founded the Dorothy Schneider Davis Memorial Scholarship at Mart High School. This philanthropic act has allowed me to attend my dream school and will allow many other deserving and smart graduating seniors to attend college. I am forever grateful for this gift that Mr. Davis and his family have given me, and I send my condolences to the family. He will be deeply missed.
 

Barbara posted on 12/27/19
Linda was there for me when I needed her and she was a wonderful friend. She loved gardening and she enjoyed life to the fullest. She loved her family deeply and spoke of them often. She loved sharing pictures of her grandchildren. My deepest sympathy goes out to the family.
 

Ida Lou Raney posted on 12/27/19
Wonderful person and family member.
 

Dorothy Rogers posted on 12/27/19
I am so very sorry for your loss. Faye and my husband Jerry are first cousins and we would often would see Faye and their family on Sundays. It was always fun. Jerry was two years older than Faye. God's comfort is my prayer for all the days to come.
 

Reverend David Harwood posted on 12/27/19
Like so many have already shared, Ida was very special and loved by many. She touched countless lives and will be deeply missed. We will cherish her life and memory forever. May the God of Peace and Comfort be with her family and all who knew and loved her.
 

Derrill and Cherie Pope posted on 12/27/19
Our deepest sympathy to all the family, please know you are in our thoughts and prayers.
 

 
MATTHEW MIGUEL posted on 12/27/19
OUR CONDOLENCES ⚘
 

Rhonda Lupardus posted on 12/27/19
Ida was my friend both in and out of Midland Memorial. She brought laughter and smiles to any event. Our daughters share the same illness and we often discussed their journeys. Tricia and Steven were her most prized accomplishment. Tricia/Steven; I know you know how much your mom loved you. I hope you know how much she shared her love for you with us. I am praying for your comfort during this painful time. Heaven is a brighter place with her smile.
 

Cheryl clayton posted on 12/27/19
We had great times at the game room. Dont you worry we will all be along soon enough. Rest in peace sweetie and we will join you when its time
 

Cheryl clayton posted on 12/27/19
You are so greatly missed!!! We had alot of fun times at the game room!! But you are resting now. We will all see you again. So rest inpease irene. And we will be along when its our turn
 

Cheryl Clayton posted on 12/27/19
I miss our gaming days!! That was always so much fun!!!
 

Cheryl Clayton posted on 12/27/19
Irene was a wonderful woman. She had so much love and patients. She worried more about the people around her then herself. Very nice and considerate to all!!! She is off to eterniti to finish her live in heaven and to walk through the pearly gates. She will be so happy th rere and no more pain or stress. She will be looking out for the family and hopefully get them in the right directions.. Irene,you will be greatly miss but you will have a wonderful time in paradise. Until we meet again my friend. You can hold the fort down for. Put in.a good word for me please! Love ya lady!!! Cheryl clayton
 

Tyler Grove posted on 12/27/19
He gave everyone so much respect and loved the kids he helped. He had an amazing heart of pure gold. May his soul Rest In Peace
 

Margaret Wilson Davidson posted on 12/26/19
I'm so sorry for your loss. I pray you find comfort that God can provide.
 

Leah Johnson posted on 12/26/19
I worked with Faye at the Cafeteria two times in my life and what a great time we had...so much fun.. laughter and of course hard work.. I’ve know this sweet lady for many many years and have such fond memories of her .. at the Forsan and in the Cafeteria and the reunions.. she will be missed.. enjoy your news Journey Faye Day you deserve it..
 

Pam Sheehan posted on 12/26/19
My husband, George Sheehan worked for Mr.Davis for 16 years. He was one of the kindest and most generous men I know. He was so very good to George and I, and George looked up to him as his "mentor and dad" that he never had. After George could no longer work, he missed him so much. He will always have a big place in our hearts, and I know there will be a huge void at WTG and his children's lives. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Lori, Michael, and David. Pam Sheehan
 

Laney posted on 12/26/19
She is gone from our sight, but not our hearts. My condolences to her boys, daughter in law and grandchildren. I know she loved you very much.
 

Ron Graham posted on 12/26/19
Mr Davis is one of my favorite people. He was an excellent business man and a leader in the gas business. Mr Davis will be missed in our community and west Texas Rest In Peace Mr Davis
 

 
Nena Cruz posted on 12/26/19
She was a Beautiful, Loving Lady She will be greatly missed!
 

 
ERMALINDA MARTINEZ CASTELLON SOSA posted on 12/26/19
OUR CONDOLENCES COUSINS ⚘RIP TIA ROSIE WE LOVE YOU FAMILY ALWAYS, MELIE,MATTHEW MIGUEL,ARMANDO,MELISSA ANTONIA,BILLY RAY,DEZIRAY JADE ,PEDRO, AMANDA LIBERTY ,NICHOLAS & MY GRANDKIDS
 

Robert Anderson posted on 12/26/19
Mr. Davis was one of a kind. A very smart businessman and loyal to his business associates, friends and family. I remember when his friend, Tom Brown, told me he had a hand shake deal with Mr. Davis concerning a long term gas deal and that’s all Tom needed; no paper document would be better than that hand shake. He will he missed by many. Prayers for David and the entire family.
 

James pearce posted on 12/25/19
Sorry about your loss may God be with your family
 

Rick Tanner posted on 12/25/19
I worked for Mr. Davis for almost 36 years. In all of that time he always treated me fairly and with respect. Every time our paths crossed he never failed to ask me how I was doing, how my family was doing and how my Dad was. You didn't have to be around him long to realize that he was extremely intelligent, had a great head for business and could read people and see their potential even when others couldn't. He will always have my gratitude and respect. My family and I will keep his family in our prayers during this difficult time and may God Bless the Davis Family.
 

 
Elizabeth Torres (Liz) posted on 12/24/19
R.I.P. Tía Christine..Thinking of u!
 

Randy Estes posted on 12/24/19
One of the greatest men I have known and enjoyed working for him and his family for many years. He will be missed by many.
 

Kim Kuhlmann posted on 12/24/19
Matt and I have known each other a long time. We were seniors in high school together, I was on crutches with a broken leg and he used to take me to lunch. Later, when Clint and I had two little girls, Matt would treat us to the latest Disney movie as soon as it came out. He pulled me aside once and told me he knew the girls liked the shows, but he looked forward to them as much as they did! With Christmas Day approaching, I remember Matt's generosity. He always spent all he had on those he loved. When I think of Matt, it's hard to remember a time when he wasn't animated and smiling, full to the brim with the sheer joy of being alive. He's left a big hole in the hearts of everyone who loves him.
 

Thomas Russell posted on 12/24/19
I have known Jimmy since 1957. God has put so many amazing people in my life and Jimmy was definitely one of them. I have kept in touch with him and he will be greatly missed. Thomas Russell
 

Orvis Burris posted on 12/24/19
I never got the chance to meet Mr. Davis have worked for him several years everything I heard about him was amazing. He will be missed.
 

Darlene Tidwell posted on 12/24/19
You talk about a sweet man. I loved it when he came into Uncle's on Sunday. If I wasn't around he was asking where I was. You couldn't ask for a better person. Mr. Davis you will be missed so much. RIP until we meet again.
 

Skipper L Burns posted on 12/24/19
He was my friend in good times and in bad. I will miss him terribly.May God meet you with open arms my friend.
 

Daniel w meacham posted on 12/23/19
A great man that deserves the utmost respect! Since I was two years old my dad worked for and raised my sister and me with paychecks from Mr. Davis. In all these years my father has held the highest respect for Mr. Davis. From the stories my father has told, and the few times I was blessed to meet Mr. Davis I am certain a better man never existed! God bless the Davis family! With the utmost respect, Daniel w meacham
 

Ron W Stroman posted on 12/23/19
One of the most loyal persons I ever knew. Mr Davis was one of a kind.
 

Lisa Williams posted on 12/23/19
Trisha, Steven and Bill I am so saddened to learn of Ida's passing. If we were in town I would attend her services but sadly we will not be here. I will pray a rosary for her as we travel. I loved all the chats she and I had as I waited for appointments with Margaret Robinson or meetings in the board room, especially when Joint Commission and later DNV would come to town. Steven and Trisha, she adored you and was very proud of you. We talked often of what you two were up to. She will forever be in my heart and one of my fondest memories of my time at Midland Memorial Hospital.
 

Vondie Silipo posted on 12/23/19
I am so sorry for your loss. Ida was a joy to work with and be around. She was always smiling and had a funny way of keeping people in their place. She will be missed greatly by everyone who knew her.
 

Don Huffman posted on 12/23/19
Thankful for the US Army Military Service of Ewel Gene Butler for our country during the difficult Vietnam Era, and for his service to his Savior and so many others throughout his life. Prayers go up to heaven for comfort for his family and many friends for their loss. Now he can rest in Paradise with Jesus. d Huffman, Army vet
 

Todd H. Richardson posted on 12/23/19
Gene was a terrific friend over many years -- since I moved here in 2003. I will never forget the many hours we sat at her kitchen table drinking coffee and talking about our spiritual lives and efforts at spiritual growth. I will never forget you dear Gene!
 

A SUE BRODT posted on 12/23/19
Matty - you will always be remembered for the joy you brought into my life! The music, the song lyrics, the original songs, the impersonations of people and accents - these are just a few! And the "logic" of Matt! One of my favorite memories was made when Matt told me he was failing his history course. Yet, he said that history was his most favorite subject - that he had read the text book thoroughly, knew everything in the book, and loved it! I pressed him and asked why would he be failing the class? He finally answered: "Well, it meets at 8 am."
 

Vicki Reed posted on 12/23/19
Lifting all up asking God to wrap you each in His loving arms to help you find comfort and peace.
 

Delores Haynes posted on 12/23/19
So sad to hear of the passing Ida. She and I work together in Medical Records for many years and became good friends. I always got a warm smile and a GREAT BIG HUGE every time I saw her. We prayed together for healing and thou not the way we wanted, SHE IS HEALED AND IN THE ARMS OF OUR LORD & SAVIOUR. Deepest Condolences and Sympathy to each of you.. IDA WILL BE GREATLY MISSED!!!!
 

Karen Ward posted on 12/23/19
So very sorry to hear that Ida has passed. She is now a heavenly angel. What a wonderful person she was. My sincere prayers for her family.
 

Kathy Gubson posted on 12/22/19
I have known Gene 25 plus years. He was truly a picture of a servant. He lived to serve and love on people. He knew something about everything. He loved his Lord, family and friends in actions, not just in words. I had a disabled brother who had seizures and couldn’t get around to visit. So at family gatherings you would find Gene sitting in the living room talking to Steve, aggravating him about the Cowboys and making sure he was very much included. I was always grateful for that. Gene’s life of generosity, kindness and love will live on in the hearts of all that knew him.
 

 
Jeffrey and Wallene posted on 12/21/19
Praying over this beloved and devoted family! We love y'all! Jeffrey and Wallene Thomas
 

Elwin Collom posted on 12/20/19
Dean was truly one of the good guys and will be missed by many. Prayers offered for his family.
 

 
Cliff & Bev Thompson posted on 12/20/19
In Memory
 

SHERRY LAYMAN posted on 12/20/19
Love you dad and Grandaddy! It was too soon!! Hope you found Taz because Morgan has been wondering! Love you, Sherry, Cody, Muffin Stuffin aka Morgan and Kade
 

Sherry Layman posted on 12/20/19
Love you dad and Grandaddy! Our hearts are sad today but I know you are no longer hurting! Watch over us! Love you!! Sherry, Cody, Muffin Stuffin and Kade
 

 
Jim posted on 12/20/19
Van was my cousin. Lost touch since 90's. Just found obit. Very sorry I didn't get to speak to him again. Jim Steigerwalt.
 

SHERRY LAYMAN posted on 12/20/19
We loved our Dad and Grandaddy beyond words! We were not ready! Love you! Sherry, Cody, Kade and Morgan
 

Alice Denning Keel posted on 12/20/19
To the Richter family so sorry for your loss. Dean was a sweet kind funny brother of my very best friend Linda. When I visited in the Richters home many times during my school years all the brothers and sisters made me feel like one of the family. Dean will be surely missed. Condolences and prayers coming from Alice Denning Keel, Charles Denning and JoAnn Denning.
 

Brandon & Elizabeth Buchanan posted on 12/20/19
Dene was not only a business associate, but also a good friend! We remember her excitement with us when we purchased land and built a house with her help. She was always a positive person whenever we were around her! We will miss her!
 

Ronnie Burks posted on 12/20/19
I just now (Friday the 20th) found that Jimmye has passed away I’m very sorry to hear of her passing. I send my deepest sympathy to Elaine and Randy and the rest of the family. I know that Jimmye will be missed. Ronnie Burks and Family.
 

Linda Hall posted on 12/20/19
Was so sorry to hear of Ida's passing. She was such a sweet person, treating all of her MMH family with kindness and respect. My prayers for her family, both personal and professional, for comfort during this time.
 

 
Katrina Jacob's (Wright) posted on 12/20/19
Coach was a great mentor and he will be dearly missed by so many. He taught me how to respect and be respected. He was such a caring loving man. Rest in peace my dear friend.
 

pamela howell posted on 12/20/19
Such a light in so many lives, including Elizabeth's and mine. God's peace, oh, good and faithful servant. We will miss you, but we are better because of you.
 

Wesley Watson posted on 12/20/19
My prayers and condolences go out to the Kehoe family. I worked at SWBT with Billl in the 60's. I was an Installer and he always helped me in getting assignments that were needed to do my job. He was a good friend to all that associated with him. He will be truely missed by all that knew him. Wesley Watson
 

Kimberly Modisett posted on 12/20/19
I wish to give my sincere condolences to the family of Ida. She was a very special person, and loved her hospital family. She will be missed, but I know that God has made her well again and has many duties for her in Heaven.
 

[email protected] posted on 12/19/19
I am very sad of to hear of Ida's passing. She was always very kind and sweet to me. Always smiling walking down the halls of MMH. I will miss her immensely..Thoughts and Prayers for the family.
 

 
Rebecca Pontaski posted on 12/19/19
Ida was always smiling. I first met Ida on November 5,2007. My first day at Midland Memorial Hospital. She has a beautiful spirt and a wonderful friend. I will miss her.
 

 
Ann Townsend posted on 12/19/19
Sincere sympathy, love, and prayers.
 

Margaret Davidson posted on 12/18/19
Condolences to Randy and Laurie. I know you and the girls will really miss her. Prayers for comfort for all the family.
 

 
Candace Williams posted on 12/18/19
Gonna miss you Jimmye. Really sweet lady
 

Ginger R. Montgomery posted on 12/18/19
Nancy was my very good friend, Chi Omega pledge sister, and college roommate our freshman and junior years at UT. We attended many Chi O pledge class reunions together. Nancy was a loyal friend with a big heart. She was devoted to helping others. I will really miss her. Ginger Roberson Montgomery
 

 
Vicky Ashmore posted on 12/18/19
Melinda helped me throughout my HIM program and was very encouraging and positive. She was one of a kind and I always enjoyed her speeches, never wanted her to stop talking because she kept you so involved in her topics.Her energy was so positive and lovable and made you feel important always. She was just exquisite. You will truly be missed.
 

Rex Rucker posted on 12/18/19
Deepest condolences to your family in this time of loss. What a remarkable person who lived her life to the fullest.
 

Cherie Anderson posted on 12/18/19
Matt could brighten my day better and quicker than anyone I knew. He loved music and singing. And I promise, he knew every lyric to every song ever written. Matt, you will be greatly missed but, it brings a smile to my face knowing that you are singing with the angels.
 

Diann H. Smith, 2019 AHIMA Past President posted on 12/18/19
My deepest sympathy to Melinda's family. Thank you for sharing Melinda with the HIM community and TxHIMA over the years. She will be missed by all that knew her. Her caring, compassionate spirit and love for her students leaves a long-lasting legacy and impact.
 

Jackie Moczygemba posted on 12/18/19
Melinda my sweet friend and former student, You were a bright light and an inspiration to all. Your friendship and infectious smile is a gift I will always treasure. May you rest in eternal peace with our loving God where there is no more pain and suffering. My deepest sympathy and prayers to all of Melinda's family.
 

Shelly Hooper posted on 12/18/19
Melinda was instrumental in helping me get started in the Health Information world and was my instructor for a couple of classes. I am sorry to hear of her death. I am sure she will leave a big hole in many hearts. My prayers of comfort for the family and close friends.
 

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Cynthia Reeves posted on 12/17/19
Lisa, Debbie and family, I am very sorry for your loss. Prayers for God's comfort through this difficult time. Much love, Cindy Reeves
 

Marie Navarrete posted on 12/16/19
I will miss you my dear. You have been such an inspiration to me during this time in my life. Rest in peace. I will think of you often with that beautiful smile and that light in you eyes that shown so brightly.
 

Donna Carroll posted on 12/16/19
I loved Cheryl's mom. She was very sweet to me. My dear friend, Cheryl, my thoughts and heart are with you! Love, Donna
 

Fredda Bishop Arney posted on 12/16/19
Patricia, I am so sorry for the loss of your son. You can take comfort knowing that he was a child of God. Bless you and your family.
 

Onafuwa Adebola Fatai. posted on 12/15/19
Akinjobi, When I received the sad news of your demise, I felt very sad and could not really believe how could it suddenly happen like that because you actually came to my office in October 2014 and inform me of your decision to finally join your family, you even told me that your children have been pressing that you join them. You were very close to me right from Fidelity Bank. Makudi, on d last day you met me in my office, you even told me how much was paid to you as retirement benefits. How I wish I had convinced you to apply more patience and wait till 2015 before you move finally. May your soul rest in peace, I pray that God grant your wife, your children and d other siblings and family you left behind the fortitude to bear and forge ahead with life.
 

Heather Chandler posted on 12/15/19
I knew Ms Mayo from working at Park place Retirement and she was always a sweet lady. Gonna miss her bunches! ❤️
 

Janise Sides posted on 12/15/19
She was such a sweet loving woman. Her amazing smile really was infectious. She will be missed but remain in the hearts of many always.
 

 
Raquel Valenzuela posted on 12/14/19
Melinda Teel was a wonderful person. She used to be my boss at Midland College and a dear friend as well. I can honestly say that she was the best boss that I've had. She was also my teacher for the HIM program and was a dedicated teacher to all her students. She will be very missed. Rest in peace Melinda.
 

Carl Wyrick posted on 12/14/19
Debra Kathy and Terry and your families. Our heartfelt condolences. Our prayers are with you all at this time. I held your father in the highest regard. A good christian man and friend. He will be missed. Carl and Vonna
 

Gerald and Michelle Harrison posted on 12/14/19
We are so sorry for your loss.
 

Margaret Davidson posted on 12/13/19
I'm so sorry for your loss. She was a sweet elegant lady. Prayers for all the family.
 

Peggy Whiteaker posted on 12/13/19
So sorry to hear of Peggy's death. We worked together for many years at the Reporter-Telegram. Sending prayers for the entire family
 

Sondra Norvell Douglas posted on 12/13/19
He was one of my favorite cousins. His Mother and ,y Mother were sisters. Haven't seen or heard from in many many years. He was so much fun when he would come thru Cisco to see my Mother and Grandmother.
 

Ann Hardin posted on 12/13/19
All my love and prayers to everyone in Gene’s very large group of family and friends. What a wonderful world it could be if we were all as kind, loving, and thoughtful as Gene. We spent many hours together over two decades and her spirit and wisdom have given me strength and joy that will always sustain me. “Hands to hold and tracks to run on”. She was a “Good and faithful servant”.
 

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Darla Lynch posted on 12/13/19
You are all I my thoughts and prayers... many memories of Travis as I felt I was at your home as much as I was mine. He was so loving, kind and a gentle spirit. Much love and hugs...
 

 
Quition Allen posted on 12/13/19
You have always been there for me.Thank you.now Rest In Peace.love you Quition......
 

Belinda Torres posted on 12/12/19
Rest in peace
 

rachel frampton posted on 12/12/19
My dad passed away two days ago and we're considering to have him cremated. Therefore, we're starting to look for a cremation service that can cater to our needs. Even though he's going to be cremated we're thinking of holding a funeral service for him, and conduct it in a church just like what you've suggested.
 

rebecca pauline caldwell posted on 12/12/19
Debra Kathy and Terry I am so sorry for your loss. You are in my prayers
 

Sandy Boyd-Dickson posted on 12/12/19
Gene was the most gracious, loving Al-Anon sponsor I ever could have picked. She met with me on Tuesdays at her home in Midland and we shared many stories, laughs and tears. I had the privilege of attending Al-Anon meetings with she and John at Serenity on Wednesday evenings and learned SO MUCH FROM HER! I already miss her greatly and can’t wait to see her again in heaven❣️❤️❤️❤️MY CONDOLENCES TO ALL OF HER FAMILY
 

TJ Bell posted on 12/12/19
Gene was a beautiful example of recovery in Alanon. She was sitting, very calm and welcoming, in a meeting at 710 when I attended my first meeting in July 1986. She was a rock and faithful, consistent member in the Alanon community, always cheerful regardless of the present circumstances. She and her smile will be sorely missed.
 

LOIS Massey posted on 12/12/19
We grieve the loss of a wonderful man, husband, father, great grandfather, great great grandfather brother in law and uncle. He will be truly be missed by all. I am sure the wonderful memories will help all through this difficult time.
 

LOIS Massey posted on 12/12/19
A sad day in the loss of a wonderful man ,husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and uncle. Will be missed by all. Ou. I am sure that all the wonderful memories will help all through this difficult time. It. Love and prayers for all.
 

Donald Mortensen posted on 12/11/19
Ralph and I were both in the ASA stationed at Davis Station CRS Saigon. I have fond memories of the times we were together at reunions with other members of this unit. A lot of us are mourning with your family at this unexpected loss of one of the finest Military Brothers we have had the honor of serving with. God bless you all.
 

Ray & Donna Stephenson posted on 12/11/19
We only know Ralph for four years he was a good friend sorry for your loss Praying for all the family
 

John & Cindy Treat posted on 12/11/19
Gene was the epitome of kindness, graciousness, & wisdom. She had such a positive influence on so many people. Our condolences to all of her many friends & family members.
 

Connie posted on 12/11/19
She was one of a kind...no wait..there was Cora & Winnie & Pearl & Connie & Cheryl....it's in our genes cuz!!! So thankful she is no longer in pain or confusion. Love ya'll dearly, Connie
 

Connie Hayley posted on 12/11/19
She was one of a kind.... no wait.... there was Cora & Winnie & Pearl & Connie & Cheryl... look what we have to look forward to cuz!!! Thankful she is no longer in pain and free from confusion...Hallelujah! Love y’all dearly
 

Betty Rodgers posted on 12/11/19
Jean was such a dear friend of my family, for many years . She was a sweet and kind lady.
 

Ed Perhay on behalf of all Veterans posted on 12/11/19
On behalf of the military community I want to extend our sincere sorrow and sadness for our loss. Ralph exemplified what it truly meant to be a soldier and leader to our country. He always exhibited himself as a person who knew how to take charge, could get things done, and done right. And we found out later those skills extended to civilian life as well, when he took on the responsibility to coordinator unit reunions again and again. With his more than 2 decades of service to our nation and Mr. Kennedy's distinguished career in the military, took him to many parts of the world. Some of which being the most troubled, unstable and dangerous situations you could encounter. We owe a lot to this unselfish man of the military. Again, I respected him since the first day we met in the war 50 plus years ago. If I stayed in the service I would have loved to have worked with him. And i'm not alone is saying he influenced and was an inspiration to many others and mentoring many to remain in the military to walk in his footsteps, but they could never fill his shoes. I know every man who knew him and his zest for life, would have loved to be there in Midland,Texas to send their final farewell with a well deserved salute. You will never be forgotten and there will never be another warrior like Ralph. And Ralph, if you can hear us, let it be known, with the highest priority, we are all inundating you by sending flash messages of care and love, wherever in the heavens you may be. Our respect to the family. RIP my dear friend.
 

Tom Beatty posted on 12/11/19
so sorry to hear this..we knew he wasn't doing well..call us when you get home
 

David Wright posted on 12/11/19
I was sadden to hear of Randy's passing. He was one of the first friends I met when I started working at the railroad in Big Spring. We became pretty immediate friends and eventually he became friends with my brother as well. Randy was fun to be around, and a good handyman. He enjoyed the great outdoors and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit. Sorry to hear of your loss.
 

Dorothy Jackson aka Sister posted on 12/11/19
I'm praying for you guys strength during these times. I wish I could be there. You all have my heart felt condolence. I loved me some Madam Big Deal.
 

Tom Beatty posted on 12/11/19
Our sympathies to you, Linda and families, during this sad time. Tom and Mary Beatty, Sedalia
 

 
Patricia J Stevens posted on 12/10/19
Remembering what a very kind woman Gene was no matter the circumstance. She was one of a kind.
 

Denise Ives posted on 12/10/19
Dennise I’m so sorry you and your family are in my prayers! I can’t come to service but will be there in spirit! Here if you need me.
 

Kristy Pemberton posted on 12/10/19
Our Precious John, we are so sorry to hear about Gene. Oh how we love you both, she made such an impact in our lives. We are praying for you with fervency and know that in the coming months and years you will be remembered often. Love you Kristy and Lesli Pemberton
 

Paul & Theresa Waterstradt posted on 12/10/19
Our heartfelt condolences for your family’s loss. Know that God loves you and can give you peace and strength during this difficult time.
 

Joey Bacon posted on 12/10/19
We loved Mrs Jean. She will be greatly missed. We are praying for her family.
 

Carolyn Grimsley posted on 12/10/19
Ralph was a man that always had a smile on his face. Who loved Hod, family and his church. He will be missed love ❤️ and prayers Carolyn Hrimsley
 

Joey Bacon posted on 12/10/19
We will be praying for Mrs Jean’s family. We surely loved her and she will be greatly missed.
 

Carolyn Grimsley posted on 12/10/19
Ralph always had a smile on his face. Loved God and his family and his church. Love and prayers to the family
 

Donna posted on 12/10/19
Many prayers for each member of the family.... A great loss of a true Lady ! Her Chair will be empty .... Gene was well loved by all !
 

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Joyce Hill Pantelemon posted on 12/10/19
To the Hale Family. I am so sorry for your loss. Rosa Lee and my mother, Penny Hill, were room mates at Manor Park and my mother loved and cared for your Mom. Rosa Lee is such a sweet person. I always enjoyed visiting with her when I came to Texas for a visit. She will be missed deeply by mother and everyone at Manor Park. RIP Rosa Lee
 

Maria Mirelez posted on 12/9/19
My deepest condolences on the loss of your mom. She was a beautiful woman with a very big heart .I'm so sorry to post this so late I just found out while getting ready to do my Christmas cards .I was the lady who would go with her to El Paso and also visit her alot at her house. May she RIP. God bless her and all of you.
 

 
Pam Hembree posted on 12/9/19
My sincere condolences to the family. I am so sorry for your loss.
 

Eugene Whitley posted on 12/9/19
Rest in Eternal Peace my Vietnam and ASA Brother. Your journey is over here on Earth but the greatest reward and journey of your life is about to begin in Heaven where you will be richly rewarded for all Eternity. God Bless you and your family. ***Vietnam: 509th Radio Research Group/224th Aviation Bn (RR)/146th & 144 Aviation Companies (RR) - August 2966 - August 1967
 

 
Jodi Carlson posted on 12/8/19
Kirby I miss you
 

BARBARA BEADLES posted on 12/7/19
My Uncle Bob was a good man and I will always remember him as being kind and funny. He was also a great song writer, singer, and guitar player. I will miss his smiling face.
 

Patricia Homer posted on 12/7/19
My deepest sympathy and sincere prayers for you and the family during this time.
 

David J. Doll DC posted on 12/6/19
Alvin was one of my favorite patients, and favorite people. I loved to see his face everytime he walked into the door, and he always gave me a big hard hug before he left. He was as good as gold. Better. He always had a smile, was always encouraging, and loved people everywhere he went. He will truly be missed, but remembered. God bless you family including Taylor. Be encouraged. Alvin left a positive mark on the world that lasts forever. Thank you for sharing him with us.
 

Tiphney Jefferson posted on 12/6/19
I'm so sad to hear this news. To the Alvin family, may you be comforted at this difficult time.. You are all in my thoughts ❤️
 

Verna Cathy Hillery posted on 12/5/19
I was serving in the Temple tonight when I learned of the tragic death of Jack. I remember holding the door to the Celestial Room open for him on one of his several visits on Thursday evening. I could almost feel his spirit in the room. I find it hard to believe he has been taken from his family in this horrific way. My heart goes out to his family. We worked with Jack when he was serving as a Stake Presidency Councilor for the Houston Texas South Stake. He shall be greatly missed.
 

Karen Morton posted on 12/5/19
I am so sorry to hear of Mr. Zimmerman's passing. I delivered his Thursday meal for Meals on Wheels to him for several years now and he was always so nice. My deepest condolences.
 

Lori Dodson posted on 12/5/19
Dear, dear Gracie, I will miss you terribly. I am praying for your family. I know you are with God now. You will live in my heart forevery.
 

Wendi Tully posted on 12/5/19
Our deepest condolences to the Russell family. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
 

JENNIFER GILLESPIE posted on 12/5/19
Jean aka MeMama was quiet a character for sure and I know will be missed by so many that loved her. She definitely loved to cook ! She would always make special cookies for my kids during Halloween time and each one had their OWN special cookie that they got to go and get for many years ! She LOVED her bird houses and her "Martins" that came to nest each year. She will always be someone special to me, personally, because of her son Ray Kennedy, who has not only been my boss for so long but also one of my very best friends I treasure along with Barbara and the rest of the family that I love as my own. Thank you Jean for leaving behind your legacy and love. Fly High now and you will never have to be in pain again. love, Jen
 

Roy and Bobbye Deel posted on 12/4/19
We lived across the street from Jean for 50 years and loved her like family. We live in Midland now but will miss her still.
 

Wayne Phifer posted on 12/4/19
Rest in peace Sherry! You'll be forever missed. Thank you for the memories!
 

Steve Meador posted on 12/4/19
Jean, my favorite aunt, I will miss you and always remember you and all you did for us. Love Steve
 

Joycee Davis posted on 12/4/19
Jean was a fun bowling friend back in the day. Thought a lot of Jean!
 

Roxy and Don Belew posted on 12/3/19
Jean was a sweet woman, who cared about others. She always showed concern for Carrie and my mom. I really appreciated Jean.
 

Roxy and Don Belew posted on 12/3/19
We are so sorry for your loss! Jean will be missed by many. Prayers for each of you as you lay your love one to rest. Love y’all
 

 
Roni Dutro posted on 12/3/19
Stepf so sorry to hear about Jean! Y’all are in my prayers.
 

Alton Doyle Barron posted on 12/3/19
Leland, my almost life long friend, you will remain closely looked after within the heart for the few years left before we all follow you. You were one of the few good people throughout your life and karma will always favor you. It is so heart breaking when one has to move on and leave Shirley with tubs of tears. The sixty six years that I have known you went without one dark day towards you. Thank you my friend. Doyle (Al) Barron 5012 Buchanan Ln Pasco, WA 99301 509-619-6492 [email protected]
 

Steve and Elsie Jones posted on 12/3/19
I had the privilege of working with two of the finest Christian women-Jo Malone at ABC and Maudie Wallace at FBC. So sorry to hear of her passing, but she left behind some wonderful memories. One of which was the pecan pie she and Dickie brought over when we moved on 20th Street. Loved Maudie!
 

 
Felicia Gallegos posted on 12/3/19
R.I.P. Sweet Gracie..My prayers and condolences for your family.. Jesus wrap your loving arm's around this beautiful family..Heal their pain and give them peace..In your loving name Jesus...Amen. You will cer be missed Gracie but never forgotten...
 

Michael & Patricia Beard posted on 12/3/19
Kathy, Billy, and Leanne - Mac was one of the first people I met in the Midland Office when I went to work for Gulf Pipeline Company in 1977. One of Mac's favorite place to eat was Luigi's. We went there often and Mac would most always get a hot pastrami sandwich and finish it off with an antipasti salad. Mac was always helpful when I had questions about ground beds, pipe replacements, or pigging operations. I know he will be missed. Out thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
 

The Jackson's posted on 12/2/19
Gracie's love, laughter, and kindness will live on through all who knew her, especially her beautiful family. She was a wonderful "mom" to many and will be missed.
 

Jennifer (Williams) Mullins posted on 12/2/19
Rest in Peace Uncle Leland. I can only imagine the sights you are seeing and the people you are talking to. I will miss your smile and your laugh. Much Love
 

Larry Langley posted on 12/2/19
Rest in peace Sweet Maudie, you touched, blessed and encouraged the lives of hundreds of folks with your tireless work and love over your years at FBC Eunice. Thoughts and Prayers are with you Dickie and Patti and all those who will miss Maudie dearly.
 

David Brooks posted on 12/1/19
Alvin was one of the first friends I remember meeting when I was in pre-school. He had the biggest smile and was the nicest guy throughout our school years. I’ll always remember him saying hey to me and asking how my day was. My heart goes out to you, Alvin Sr. And Myrna. I know that he would be a loving dad and will look out for his daughter in spirit.
 

Michael Janak posted on 12/1/19
My heartfelt condolences to the Mohr Family. I’m deeply saddened by the loss of Jack. Jack was such a kind, gentle and friendly man. He was genuinely thoughtful and caring. Jack took an interest in me when I was a new member of the church and always made me feel at home. He was just an amazing person and always had a smile on his face. He set such a good example for me when we served together in the Sugar Land 2 Bishopric. It was only a few months before he moved to Midland, but he past on a tremendous amount of knowledge and I learned a great deal about serving the Lord and others just by watching him. Jack was always eager to help and willing to serve others. Years later, when I was called as a counselor, Jack was quick to give me advice and mentor me. I followed his example in so many ways. He will surely be missed. Wishing the Mohr Family peace, comfort and may God’s Love be upon you. With love, Michael Janak
 

Carl Henderson posted on 12/1/19
I will always remember the time Mac and I worked together in Hawaii. His expertise on the job was invaluable and he was very good at what he did. My wife and I were sincerely sorry to hear about his passing. We pray for God's peace, comfort, and love to surround your family during your time of grief. May you remember the good times and may you be surrounded by those who love you in the coming days. Carl & Cindy Henderson Nome, TX.
 

Jamal Yagobi posted on 12/1/19
Hello Marianne and Family, I just heard about this tragic news from Dr. Monte Dobson. I am deeply saddened to hear of your loss. Jack was a brilliant, kind, and genuine individual. My heart goes out to all of you in your time of sorrow. Jack was my PhD student when I was at TAMU. He was a very intelligent and accomplished graduate student. I am very proud to have had Jack as my PhD student. I will definitely miss him. Jamal Yagoobi
 

Rhonda Locke posted on 12/1/19
Maudie was so special to us. We are sad to hear of her passing. You know there was a great celebration in heaven. We love you all. Richard and Rhonda Locke
 

 
Laurencio Arroyo posted on 12/1/19
To the family of Gracie Garcia Martinez, I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with your family during this most difficult time. May Gracie’s memory forever be eternal. Gracie and I were in school together at De Zavala and we graduated the same year.
 

 
Shauna posted on 11/30/19
Luv you Aunt Maudie! Dance with the Angel's and hug dad for me
 

Dana Hall posted on 11/30/19
We always enjoyed Maudie, Dickie, and Nema stopping by our house when they came to Lubbock. She was such a sweet Aunt.
 

Bob & Sharon posted on 11/30/19
Sharon & I would Like to offer our deepest condolences to the family, Maudie will forever be missed but she will never be forgotten. Love you Patti & Dickie Sharon & Bob Clouse
 

Deborah Riviotta posted on 11/30/19
November 30, 2019 Eric, I was honored to have a brief acquaintance with you via text messaging as I learned of you through the Ft Leonard Wood Military Families in Training private Facebook page. My granddaughter, briefly was in training for MP at the same facility. She had a Medical discharge due to an injury. Although you never crossed paths with her, your heroic battle, your bravery, outlook and faith touched me deeply. You never gave up. My prayers will continue for all your family and your wife for Gods peace to fill the void, as they truly lost a hero. I am deeply sorry for your loss. Thank you for your service Eric. It was a privilege to have been able to make your acquaintance. Deborah Riviotta
 

Alix Green posted on 11/30/19
I can't think of any time going through school without Alvin right there. I wish I would have been able to spend more time and get more memories recently. He was such a great, kind, and caring friend. God bless and I'm sorry for all the pain
 

Rev. Dr. Glenn Diehl posted on 11/29/19
Gus, was a "big guy" and I was a "little guy," but I remember him and his brothers well. They had my respect because they were "good guys" too. My sincerest condolences to his family and friends. Glenn Diehl (affectionately called by Mr Whitley, "Little Pooch." James Monroe Diehl being "Pooch."
 

Jim Fielding posted on 11/29/19
John, Cindy, Jerry and Patti, We are so sorry for your loss. You are in our prayers in this time of grief. Love, Jim and Sandra Fielding, April Fielding, Ashley Fielding and Amy and Neil Allison
 

 
BJ Moody posted on 11/29/19
Fly High Baby Boy, Know That Your Family & Friends Will Hold You In Our Hearts Forever♥️ Till We All See One Another Again One Glorious Day
 

 
Jimmy Simpson posted on 11/28/19
Josh We send Our Thoughts and Prayers to your family. I grew up with your mother. Cindy Corinthians 2:9 God has prepared a place where no eye has seen, no ear has heard, No heart has imagined, for those who love the Lord.
 

Steve and Randi Benedict posted on 11/28/19
While I never met you personally Josh, I feel as though I knew you a lifetime through the words of your Dad, who is so very proud of his boy. I know you are looking down on him, your Mom, and brothers and from what I know, you will give them the strength they need to carry on. May there be comfort in knowing that someone so special will never be forgotten, but will live on forever. John, Cindy, Justin, and Elijah, know you are loved and we are praying for your strength. "But we do not want you to be uninformed, brethren, about those who are asleep, so that you will not grieve as do the rest who have no hope. For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so God will bring with Him those who have fallen asleep in Jesus." --1 Thessalonians 4:13-14
 

Suzanne Doyon posted on 11/27/19
I will always remember Josh for his heart. He loved with his whole being. He used to tell me that he just wanted a family of his own and he was over the moon to have that precious little family. He said he wanted to bring them here to show them off. Josh, you will always be in my heart. I love you for always. Rest easy and enjoy that mansion. I know it's awesome because you laid many treasures in Heaven. ~Aunt Suz
 

Taylor Jones posted on 11/27/19
Josh, I can’t believe that you’re gone. It doesn’t seem real. I’m so glad that we had so many great memories growing up together and I’m so glad that I got to video chat and meet your little mini Josh. I love you and I’ll be praying for comfort for your little family, your parents, and your brothers. ❤️
 

June Staten posted on 11/27/19
I know that Josh will live on as long as he's remembered by those who love him. My prayers are with you, his family, who love him.
 

Suzanne Doyon posted on 11/27/19
There's so many memories but mostly I will remember your love for life. The way your smile lit up your whole being. Your love for your sweet little family and how proud you are of them. Rest now in the arms of Jesus, and I'll see you in that mansion. I just know it's the best one. I love you Josh! ~Aunt Suz
 

Derek and Katie Miller posted on 11/27/19
Josh, cousin, we will never forget you. I wish we could've spent more time together as adults, but we will always remember your big smile that could warm anyone's heart. That's what I remember the most about you that beautiful smile and that cheerful spirit you always had even in times of difficulty. Lots of love to you and to your family. Our prayers are with you all.
 

Christina Helton posted on 11/27/19
Fly high josh u will be dearly missed
 

 
Peggy Jezek posted on 11/26/19
So sorry to find that Pat passed. I have so many fond memories of Pat and Lisa and their children in the Davis Mountains Resort. We had many "ballon races" and enjoyed the quiet of the mountains around a warming campfire, Rest in peace my friend.
 

Chaplain Clark, Hospice of Midland posted on 11/26/19
I was honored to join Gus and his family on the last leg of his journey as his Hospice Chaplain. I was impressed by his family’s love and respect for him. Our prayers are with you Beverly and Shandy, et al.
 

Walter Fulmizi posted on 11/25/19
To Jack's extended family. There are few better people to have walked this earth than Jack and the proof is in all the people he had a positive influence upon. Jack does not need a statue that can be forgotten to celebrate who he is, it's the influence of all the people he shared his time with that will last the test of time. All the best from the Fulmizi family.
 

Paula Smith posted on 11/25/19
My heart breaks for Robin's family and friends. Someone said everyone loved her and she loved them back. Those words describe Robin perfectly. I was blessed to work with Robin 5 years at Dunlap's.Oh my goodness the memories we five ladies in the cosmetic department made. It's been many years but a person never forgets the special FRIEND'S we've made in our lives I will always treasure the our fun times. My thoughts and prayers are with you all
 

 
Tracie posted on 11/25/19
Rest In Peace you fun loving lady, I have a beautiful collage of memories my friend
 

Derek McDoogle posted on 11/25/19
I like how you pointed out some tips to celebrate a memorial service after cremation such as doing readings, playing music, and sharing photos and videos. My dad told me that he would like us to bring him live music and enjoy his favorite food. As hard as it could be to talk about that, I thank my father for letting us know that he would like to be cremated.
 

Risley St. Germain posted on 11/25/19
May God bless your soul as you find peace in heaven. Our condolences to the Steer family.
 

Letress & Mike posted on 11/25/19
What a very special lady! A loving, caring friend and our Sister-in-in-Love. Our heartfelt prayers for her precious family. She’s gone but not forgotten! Love & Blessings, Mike & Annie
 

Victoria hyland posted on 11/25/19
I can’t believe Zach is gone I remember when I first moved to Smyrna I didn’t have any friends and I would of been sitting alone Zach and his friend allowed me to sit with them and became my friends. Zach always had a way of making me smile and laugh even on my bad days. Rest In Pece Zach. See you someday in paradise.
 

Jean Lehner posted on 11/24/19
Joyce was a caring, loving friend. She brought joy and love to all who knew her. And she is probably smiling down on all of us!!
 

Donna Whitley Owens posted on 11/24/19
Rest in peace Robin. I am so sorry about the passing of Robin. Cousin Donna Whitley Owen's
 

Cindy Torrans Edwards posted on 11/24/19
God bless. No words can adequately express the loss of such a sweet soul. She was someone who touched others even just in passing.
 

D.W. martin posted on 11/23/19
Pat was a great man. Jonathan and his sister, whose name escapes me, hopefully have great memories of their father. I know I do. And to his wife, my best wishes and know the pain of your loss is felt by all who knew him. I'm sorry for your loss. As a widower I can relate to your loss. God bless you, and the journey you have ahead of you.
 

Jose B. posted on 11/23/19
I am so glad to have met and had the opportunity to get to know Robin at Trivia. She and her family are in my thoughts.
 

 
Melissa Townsend posted on 11/23/19
You were such a delight and your presence will always be felt but you, my friend, will be greatly missed! I feel richly blessed to have known you, regretfully it wasn’t for many more years. Bless your bright shining light of a soul! Much love to you and my heartfelt sympathies to your family.
 

Phyllis Gutierrez posted on 11/23/19
My condolences to Robin's family. May God bring you comfort and peace. I remember from high school graduated the Same year.
 

Debbie Hicks Brunelle posted on 11/23/19
Hi , Robin, I’m so glad I got to meet you and spend time with you this past June , from what I see you have made a amazing impact on your family and friends, you’ll be missed and Rest In Peace my friend and fly high
 

Summer Clanton posted on 11/23/19
Your smile, laugh and personality will be missed. You were loved by many. Love , Jeramy, Summer and family
 

Jeamy &Summer Clanton posted on 11/23/19
Your smile, laughter and wonderful personality will be missed. You were loved by many.
 

Carla Woodson posted on 11/23/19
When I first met Robin she was the first to make me feel welcome and soon became a great friend. We shared numerous fun times at work and away from work. She was always and will always be the greatest, strongest woman I know and will ever know.
 

Brett Gerlach posted on 11/22/19
I served with Veli Mohr in Finland. I remember him visiting me and my companion when I was a young missionary, and he was in a leadership position. We discovered we both threw the shot, and he asked me to share my personal best--I'd done very well in High School. Then I pressed him to share his best, and although it was clear he was far better, he was so kind and humble that I felt no sense of competition at all. Then he showed me his belt, which he'd cut holes into as he lost all the muscle mass he'd built up over years of training. He quietly and thoughtfully shared how many pounds he'd lost, and I realized what an incredible sacrifice he'd made to serve a mission. Then he looked me in the eyes with a smile that said, "I'd do it all again to serve the Lord." There was recognition there of the sacrifice he'd made, but no regret. I was deeply impressed with this man. Humble, faithful, kind. He was already a great man at 20. I can only imagine what he was like at 52. Veli Mohr, I celebrate your life, your example. Well done. -Brett Gerlach
 

Janet Smith posted on 11/22/19
Tammy was always a vivacious person when we were in High School. She added a lot to our band as one of our twirlers. I'm sorry to say I didn't keep in touch after we graduated. I knew she battled cancer for a long time, but it sounds like she did Great work spreading the Love of Jesus to so many. I know all of you will miss her, but you know without a doubt what a Wonderful place she is in now. How wonderful to be in the presence of God & Jesus. It just doesn't get any better than that. I am so very sorry though. My Prayers will be with your family.
 

Delma Haro posted on 11/22/19
Our deepest condolences to Jean’s family & loved ones. She was kind, funny and told it like it was. Loved this lady. May she Rest In Peace Henry & Delma Haro
 

Ellen Lloyd Cummins posted on 11/22/19
Dear Elaine, You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. I am smiling just thinking of your sweet dad and how fortunate I feel to have been able to visit with him in Houston last February at my dad's visitation and funeral. They were true gentlemen and very special lifelong friends: so caring, thoughtful, and positive to the end and now joined together once again in heaven. With fond memories and love,
 

Daryl Brunson posted on 11/22/19
Cheri, Darren, Chris and your families, Mom and I are saddened to hear Eddie has passed. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
 

Jose Vielma posted on 11/22/19
Please accept our deepest condolences. Our hearts pain for your family. He was a trusted friend, a humble soul. We will pray for the repose of his soul. Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them. May their souls and all the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen. With much love, The Vielma Family
 

Billie McFarlin posted on 11/22/19
will miss your beautiful smile and your up beat personality. you and Granny Carr have a great time up there
 

Jenna B posted on 11/21/19
I love you and will miss you
 

Fran Billingsley posted on 11/21/19
Your husband and Dad's obituary shares the story of an outstanding, amazing family man, servant, employee and friend. I have never left a note for a family I never had the opportunity to meet but Jack's life story made me want to say, "I hope today or very soon you feel God's peace, comfort and love." Fran Billingsley, member of St. Luke's United Methodist Church [email protected]
 

Burton Berry posted on 11/21/19
To the family and friends of Patrick. Know that you are in my prayers that you will find peace and endurance through this time of mourning.
 

Melanie McCrea posted on 11/21/19
Suzanne, a beautiful Christian woman. It was an honor to be a part of her "family". Thanks to her prayers & rides to church I became a Christian. Love and Prayers to you, Stef & your family.
 

BeaLea Somerville posted on 11/21/19
Dear Fran, Elaine, Kay and families, So saddened to learn of your beloved dad's passing. I know you'll miss him so much. I pray y'all take comfort knowing he's in heaven, fully restored and united with your mom and all those loved ones who have gone before him. He was a great man who touched so many lives positively and did so much good for Midland.
 

Dora and Joey Powell posted on 11/21/19
Jack made everywhere he was a better place. You could feel his great kindness and love as he walked into the room, and he changed everyone he met for good. Our love and prayers are with you.
 

Stephen Wythe posted on 11/20/19
Prayers for the Family. May Gods grace comfort you
 

Torchy Swinson posted on 11/20/19
My heartfelt condolences for your loss. May God wrap His arms around you all.
 

 
Samantha Myrick posted on 11/20/19
As a kid growing up in church she was always our piano player. We all loved her dearly! Mrs.Vada I sure miss your tune and always with a smile! Your one of a kind you will always be in our hearts and memories! You will be missed always! Our thoughts and prayers for family and friends.
 

tricia aguilar posted on 11/20/19
we have never met, but my prayers are with you. precious angel is now with Jesus.
 

Rosario Silva posted on 11/20/19
Able your Tio and Tia are so so sorry for your loss of your beautiful daughter mijo. Our condolences to the family.
 

Lona Schwab posted on 11/20/19
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Sending my love and prayers for your family at this time. Sincerely Lona Schwab
 

Juanita Jackson and Family posted on 11/20/19
We are sorry for your loss. Praying for your family.
 

Randy Lewis posted on 11/20/19
Thinking of you all my prayers for you Judi McKinley
 

Myron Davis posted on 11/20/19
Heavenly father - thank you so much for allowing us to have had Jack Mohr in our lives for the time he was here on earth. He made our lives so much better by being a living example of what a good person can become, and should strive to be. He made all of us who had a relationship with him feel special in some way. He was a great mentor, leader, friend and teammate. He will truly be missed. But each time we send up a prayer to you, please reach over and hug him for us, because we know he is there with you. We especially ask you to shine your loving glory on his family, and bring comfort to them through this difficult time. Thank you Lord. Amen.
 

Dave Mason posted on 11/20/19
I had the honor of growing up with Jack through high school. We competed together, spent much time talking and joking with each other. I always, always admired Jack. So much so that I named my first-born son after him. Our family now has a Jack William Mason. One of my favorite moments was getting the chance to tell Jack Mohr in person that I had named our Jack after him and, in classic Jack Mohr style, he was surprised and very humble. I have so many memories of Jack that I could write a book. Some really stand out. He was so sharp, and so kind. I remember when our football coach once said, “Practice doesn’t make perfect” and just pointed to Jack who said “Perfect practice makes perfect”. It was a quick moment but one that I think explains our beloved Jack so well. Jack was a natural-born leader, doing an excellent job running our defense huddles as #51. A great athlete, and when he couldn’t out-athlete the competition, he’d outsmart them. I want to thank Jack’s mother for the rides home from track events in what I remember as an old, restored Studebaker. I want to give my condolences to his lovely sister Gail. It’s no exaggeration to say that of all the people I’ve known in my life, I have admired Jack the most and feel so lucky to have known him.
 

Richard and a Cheri Risher posted on 11/20/19
Gail and family, So very sorry to hear of your brother’s passing. I hope you and your family will be comforted, at some point, by the Atonement and the sure knowledge of those eternal bonds that earthly violence can never break. Our hearts and souls mourn with you as you pass through this terrible ordeal. May God grant your family the strength, courage and faith to persevere.
 

 
Gracelyn Fewkes posted on 11/20/19
Dearest Jack you were such a kind soul. It was an absolute pleasure working with you when on assignment in Australia. Thinking of Marianne, your beautiful kids and your family at this sad time. May your soul Rest In Peace.
 

Alison Scott posted on 11/20/19
So saddened to hear of the loss of Jack’s life. He will be remembered as a kind and wonderful man. Not a life wasted however cut short. Sending all my love to you Marianne and the family. May you have the strength to endure this loss. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers from far away in Melbourne. With love Alison
 

Doug Aitken posted on 11/19/19
As an extension of your 'Scouting Family', through brother Karl in California, we are shaken and saddened at the loss of Jack. We hope you can find continued peace and solace in God. Our prayers and love are with the whole Mohr Family. Doug and Brigitta Aitken
 

Ron Damron posted on 11/19/19
I am glad to be a part of the family, to have been able to spend some time visiting. An awesome person full of talent and humor. You played a very important roll in raising my bride, I am truly thankful for that. I know there will be angels sitting at a table waiting to play a game of a farkle (Don’t let them farkle all over themselves. Thank you for your work for God, I feel He will tell you “I am Pleased”. Love you Grandma Ron Damron
 

JeAnna Damron posted on 11/19/19
You will be missed grandmother.... You were always so good about writing letters to me and keeping me up with what was going on with everyone in the family. I would get a 5 page or more letter (both sides) with the cursive handwriting I’d know anywhere. You were really the only mother I had known as a child and I am grateful for your care. What I am most thankful for though, If I had to pick one thing you made the most difference in my life was, I believe you prayed for me (and rest of the family) and you brought me to church when I was young. You introduced me to Christ, and in that you helped save my life. I will always be grateful for a praying grandmother and for the seed you planted in a young child’s life that ultimately brought me to have a relationship with Christ and an eternal salvation. I will see you again, No doubts! I love you grandma! JeAnna Damron
 

Lydia Fitzgerald (Spring) posted on 11/19/19
I am so sorry for your loss. Continued thoughts and prayers for family, as well as friends.
 

Eddie Humphries posted on 11/19/19
This lady of God was one of the most spectacular women I have ever known! Always had a good word and a smile !!! To say she was faithful to her calling just doesn't seem like enough! Played the grand piano at Morning Star Fellowship for many years....I'm glad for her that she's finally home....she did fight a good fight...she did keep the faith....prayers for the family!
 

Lindsay Nguyen posted on 11/19/19
My family had the honor of getting to know Jack during dinner at our home on Sunday November 3rd. We were touched by the genuine tenderness when he spoke of his wife and children, inspired by his deep love for Finland, and in awe of the amazing opportunities afforded him though his schooling and career. He radiated pure goodness, and his kind, calm demeanor easily drew others to him. I will always be grateful Jack came to our home that day. As I learned about his remarkable life over dinner and now reading more, I keep thinking- this man lived an incredible life because of who he was. We are so very sorry for your loss, and we pray that the gospel of peace will provide enough comfort though this time and sustain you until you see your beloved Jack again. With love, the Nguyen family
 

LeAnn Borzi posted on 11/19/19
Always so kind and cheerful. My heart is breaking for you. Sending love and Lords comfort to you and your family. Love, LeAnn And Sal Borzi
 

Nancy Fuglem posted on 11/19/19
My husband and I are so sorry . We live nearby and are saddened by such a tragic loss. You're all in our thoughts and prayers.
 

Lynn W Boyd posted on 11/19/19
Sending my condolences to the Howard Family and prayers to all of you, especially to my good friend Randy.
 

Dorothy Rogers posted on 11/19/19
Dear family, my heart sank in sadness as I saw that Kent has passed. He was always friendly when Jerry would see him occasionally. Our deepest sympathy to each one of his family now as you seek to fill his shoes. May our Heavenly Father give comfort in all the days ahead. Sincerely, Dorothy Rogers and family, ALB., NM
 

Eddie Humphries posted on 11/19/19
What a privilege it has been to know this wonderful lady of God! I am so proud of her walk with God, and the blessing she has been to me and to the Body of Christ!
 

Susan Kaup posted on 11/19/19
Marianne and family, you are in my heart and prayers. Jack's wonderful smile will be missed.
 

Mark D. Taylor posted on 11/19/19
I first met Jack in 1999 working on offshore wells in Norway. He was an excellent engineer - intelligent, knowledgeable, dedicated - but he was also super friendly, helpful and a great mentor. He will surely be missed. May you find strength in your faith, family and friends at this time. This is a tragic loss and our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
 

Brenda Smith posted on 11/19/19
Tammy and I met sharing music on a Walk to Emmaus. We instantly connected through Christ, and then through laughter and music! She was so beautiful inside and outside. We were driving a golf cart around the facility when it broke down. Tammy was really struggling to walk then, and at about 120 lbs, I pushed the cart with Tammy in it, and we were both laughing so hard we nearly...well you know the rest of that story! I’m so glad she touched my life! My heartfelt condolences to those precious daughters she loved so much.
 

John Lee McMaster posted on 11/18/19
Vada, I will miss you a lot. You may be my last first cousin to pass but you were by far the Best.Thanks for our talk your last day. Be at peace, be pain free and play lots of piano. You will not be forgotten.
 

April Anderson posted on 11/18/19
Dearest Mohr Family, I have never met your husband/father, but I have not stopped hurting for him and your family since Thursday night. My son was his next door neighbor and we are all grieving for your family and what you are going through. There are no words to express how truly sorry we are for your loss. Please know that perfect strangers are holding your entire family close in our thoughts. All our love and prayers to each and every one of you. John & April Anderson, Tristan Yeoward, & Emily Bourgoyne
 

Tim Travis posted on 11/18/19
I will miss Jack and his steady calm assuring demeanor no matter the issue. I always managed to get a smile from Jack when I’d lay a good Aggie joke on him or try and bend it to a BYU ordeal. Me being an undergrad, or as I oft reminded Jack a ‘real Aggie’, Jack did his post grad work at Aggieland he is 100% a true Aggie - know this. Muster April 21, 2020 I’ll answer the roll call ‘here’ for such a kind, smart co-worker and solid family man who knew God in his heart. You’ll be missed Jack I hope the family and those who were oh so lucky to know Jack realize how blessed we were to have shared such joyous times together. My sincere condolences to your family and friends, you’ll be missed and remembered my friend,
 

Dianne Box posted on 11/18/19
Tammy was such a precious person. I have so many wonderful memories of her. I will cherish the memories at the pool, helping out at Mission Mesiah, and starting collections of dishes for my daughters like Tammy did for Sydney and Meredith. She will never ever be forgotten. She will always be loved by so many. I am blessed to have known her.
 

Roxy Ogden posted on 11/18/19
We are so very sorry for your loss. Even though our paths did not cross often, you were always part of our extended family. Please know of our thoughts, prayers and love for all your family. Bob and Roxy Ogden
 

Ginny Albertson posted on 11/18/19
Jack was a fun cousin to Tammy, Trinda and Ed Mohr. Visiting with his parents to the home ranch in Canby, CA. many times with his sister Gail and brother Karl. At one time he was visiting with Oma, the kids Grandmother,but ended up at our house for a few days. What a great kid, who ended up such a great man to come to such an untimely end. Our hearts go out to his parents, Marianne and children.
 

Tamara & Jack Paddock posted on 11/18/19
There are no words, and I won't even try. We are heartbroken for your loss. I have such fond memories of all the times we cousins got together at the family ranch, fishing, chasing cows, sledding, or just goofing off. It is so hard to believe that something like this could ever happen. Please know that you all are in our hearts, and in our prayers.
 

Evelyn Redd posted on 11/18/19
Will miss you MOM. One thing my sister never said was that MOM had a great singing alto voice. We would get together and she would play piano at the house and we would sing for hours the good old hymns. Mom was very talented she could paint pictures and she was very smart. She could remember names address off the top of her head until she was in her 80' until her mind went. She love family being around her, that was what she lived for. I will miss you Mom, but am glad that you are with Jesus and free of pain. I hope you enjoy your new body. Evelyn Redd
 

Melissa Jelliffe posted on 11/18/19
I will never forget the memories of joking with Zach during my home health visits and him teasing me about my Eagles while we joked about his Steelers. He was an amazing and smart young man and my life was touched by having known him. My thoughts and prayers are with the family during this trying time.
 

Randy Lewis posted on 11/18/19
Thinking of you in this time of sorrow Judi McKinley
 

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Genie Wright posted on 11/17/19
An honor to have known her.
 

 
Kim Maddox posted on 11/17/19
I am so sorry for all of you at the loss of your wife and mother. I had just gotten to know Jean and H.D in the last year. Enjoyed hearing stories of their many adventures . They had quite a life together! Jean was quite a character! H.D took such great care of her and you could see how much they loved each other . Prayers for all but especially H.D.
 

 
Kim Maddox posted on 11/17/19
So sorry for all of your loss. Jean was quite a character with a big personality. I had just gotten to know her in the last year but H.D and her entertained me with their stories of years past. H.D took such great care of her . Prayers cover him to heal his broken heart.
 

Holly King Kroland posted on 11/17/19
Betsy, Prudie and Nonie, It seems y'all have always been a part of my life with your Mom and Dad, of course, "leading the pack." I will miss your Mom and she will always hold a special place in my heart of love and respect. I love how your family has grown and she leaves behind a powerful legacy with her daughters and grandchildren. I can still see her twinkling eyes and laugh as I asked yet another "uninformed, non Texan question" Well...ha ha...Holly, you see....(ever so patient and kind.) Sending love and hugs to you all. Thank you Dorothy for allowing me to be part of your lives.
 

Gregory Matter posted on 11/16/19
Kay, Sorry to learn of George's passing. To live another 13 years, with a heart as weak as his after a re-operation - George certainly must of had 9 lives after making it out of Vietnam. I remember him as a "teacher". I was blessed to know him. Peace be with you always! Warm Regards, Dr. Matter
 

 
Cierra posted on 11/16/19
I always remembered Zach from the school bus rides at Smyrna high, May god rest his soul and condolences to his family ❤️
 

Jamie Head posted on 11/16/19
This breaks my heart for her family. Darla and I were friends from grade school all through high school. We traveled together for speech tournaments and when it came time almost 9 years ago for me to have my first grandchild she traveled to Cedar Hill to make sure I had a grandmother's shower. She was loving, caring, and brave. Always a positive outlook. Even though I didn’t see her regularly I will most definitely miss her. All my love to Jerry and family. Jamie
 

Jo Anne White Haney posted on 11/16/19
Rest In Peace Darla....you will be greatly missed.
 

Linda Rathjen posted on 11/15/19
Prudie, I’m so sorry to hear about the loss of your Mom... I have some wonderful/ crazy memories from playing/riding at your house .... I think about y’all every time I come into town... My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family .....
 

Martine Pittman posted on 11/15/19
Dorothy was such a huge part of the youth and 4-H growing up in West Texas . She was supportive and encouraged us all - so many great memories. The Casselman Family has our prayers of support and comfort during this difficult time. Dorothy and John are back together in heaven . God bless you !
 

David Kloesel posted on 11/15/19
Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. David Kloesel
 

Tammie Houston posted on 11/15/19
Our oldest auntie is asking for a cremation service once she lay down to rest in the arms of our creator. It was interesting to read that a memorial service can still be followed after the cremation process to gather the families of the deceased to remember them in a special way. Moreover, we are still thinking of other options for most of our cousins are far, but, we are checking the rates for cremation and the traditional funeral service.
 

Neysa Brown posted on 11/14/19
So sorry for your loss I am thinking about all of you. Sue was a wonderful and beautiful lady. And such a wonderful friend to mom. So sorry I can't be there for the memorial. Will be saying prayers.
 

Dr.Doug Householder posted on 11/14/19
I came to Texas in 1972, Working with B.. F and Gary in the TAMU horse specialists office, we worked in West Texas alot. We stayed with Dorothy and John at their place and worked with Dorothy on many 4-H and WTQHA projects. A visionary, loved horses, loved the kids and their horse families, loved West Texas, a true patriate, She was the heart beat of the West Texas QH industry for 20 years. Passionate, tough in a very sweet way, ornery smile and always sparking eyes. I learned what tough and gracious West Texas rancher women were like from Dorothy Castleman.. Dorothy's light will always shine thru her girls and grand children. .I am certain Dorothy is enjoying her walk across heaven with John as I write this. Sincerely, Dr. Doug Householder, College Station Texas.
 

Joe & Pat Hoopes posted on 11/14/19
Dear Ken and family so sorry to hear of Zack's passing he was a great person and really tried hard to have a good life. Thank you to the family who took such great care of Zack he is with God now and has his life back. Keeping the family in my prayers. Pat and Joe Hoopes
 

yolanda mendias posted on 11/14/19
My most heartfelt condolences to all of the Mr. Lee Roy Brown Sr. May he R.I.P. His wings were ready but we were not. He is gone but will never be forgotten. He will always be in our prayers and our hearts. So very sorry for your loss.
 

 
Daniel Alderete posted on 11/14/19
I will never forget the character Percy brought into the room, he will definitely be missed but will live on in our memories.
 

Megan Ellis posted on 11/14/19
Percy "Gra Gra" Tate was always such a joy to be around. A shining example of God's love and grace. I'm honored to have known him. Hugs and love to all the Tate's.
 

Karri D Tindol posted on 11/14/19
I am so sorry to hear of the loss of such a wonderful and sweet lady. Heaven has gained an angel and she is reunited with John once again. My thoughts and prayers are with the family during this sad time. May you all be comforted with peace and acceptance. May God bless us all.
 

Debbie Helm posted on 11/13/19
I had the pleasure of being one of Zach’s teachers.. I ironically was thinking of him today at school; and I just got home and saw his Obituary.... My prayers and thoughts are with his family.... He is a student that I never will forget.
 

Joyce Nixon McClung posted on 11/13/19
Myrtle was a special friend to my family all the way through High School and beyond. She and my sister, Martha Nixon Flowers played basketball together and were the closest friends - many happy memories. She was a very special lady. As a loving mother to her children she was the greatest. I am so sorry to hear that she is no longer with us, but am confident to know she is now in a heavenly place. I wish peace to her family.
 

ladena jackson lvn posted on 11/13/19
I had the pleasure of knowing this man and I can only imagine him stepping into Heavens Gates! What a precious precious man your are Mr Tate
 

Lee sloan posted on 11/13/19
Wonderful times and memories, was always a friend and ready to listen , will miss you . Prayers to the family
 

PHILIP E MCCLAFFERTY posted on 11/12/19
I can not help to to cry for my cousin and her families loss. Zach was an awesome kid that fought hard and did many things. The only good things is he is no longer in pain. Very sorry for the loss, he will not be forgotten. Fly high zach.
 

 
AnnMarie posted on 11/12/19
You gained your angel wings now...fly high my handsome nephew until we meet again. Love you more Aunt Rie
 

Richard Melville posted on 11/12/19
My condolences to the family of Percy Tate. His was a lifetime of Service for the Lord Jesus. Dealing with Dignity at the loss of his marriage. Doing much service for others in as he aged. I will miss his wonderful example of a life well lived in Christ Jesus.
 

Jean Sellers posted on 11/12/19
Praying for your family.
 

Anthony Fasano posted on 11/12/19
Zachary fly high you are now free. You were the most inspirational young man I had the pleasure knowing, now look after your family because you are their Guardian Angel . And share your gift with heaven , every time I do a burnout in my mustang it will be for you , Love Uncle Tony
 

Shelly Covalt Watkins posted on 11/12/19
I remember Sue when the family (Brady Bunch as I called them) lived in Pampa. She had the most spotless house, perfect hair, perfect fingernails, and lipstick that matched. It was a coral color! Susie and Linda always had perfect hair as well. Sue did not love it if we walked in the living room where she had freshlly "raked" the shag carpet. Each time I go to Pampa to see my parents, I pass by your house on Duncan. It brings back so many fun memories. Kris I remember you and Charles Bowers playing "Smoke on the Water" in the car. : ) I am sorry Susie and Kris that your mom has passed away. You were lucky to have had her for 87 years! Hugs to you both!
 

Frank Bash posted on 11/12/19
I was Director of McDonald Observatory during the time Joan and Pat were active on its Board of Visitors. I remained close to Joan in the years after Pat died and had the honor of speaking at the luncheon announcing the Joan R. Baskin Scholarship Fund. Joan knew everybody in Midland. She was universally loved. She remained extremely sharp and extremely positive. If you could choose your mother you would choose Joan. I loved and admired her greatly.
 

Kimberly Smith posted on 11/12/19
Many years ago, I sat in front of Joan Baskin as a Matthew Lynn Scholarship recipient graduating from Midland Lee. As a high school student, she was intimidating and had a distinct opinion about my college career. This was 1987 when the market was crashing. Because of Joan Baskin, the Matthew Lynn Committee at First Presbyterian and Midland Scottish RIte, I was able to go to college. Naturally, when I returned to Midland as an adult, I embraced her and told her thank you every time I saw her. She changed my life, because when you educate a mother, you educate a family. I acknowledged this impact in my life each time in press interviews. When I read in Barbara Bush's Book, that Matthew Lynn was their minister through tough times in Midland, and to so many people at First Presbyterian. As an adult, I realized the admiration people had for her and her daughter Becky and Doug, her kids and family! I saw her take her grandkids to the Petroleum Museum and she was an active grandmother. It was a privilege with my friend Karmen to sponsor me into Midland Junior League where I could see Joan all the time and give back to Midland! I have an entire collection of news clips which Marilyn Harrison so kindly put me in her column as I support events in Midland, and Joan would send them to me and say "Your Fan!" Thank you Joan for changing my life. I am comforted by her loss.. knowing that she raised incredible kids which I know will continue to lead and build Midland for generations to come. Their active voice in government, business and leadership is a beautiful heritage. My sincerest love for Doug and Becky Ferguson, their children, and the entire Baskin family. Kimberly Harless Smith, Reverend Byron Smith, Ethan, Jack and Cameron.
 

Linda Walker posted on 11/11/19
I’m so sorry for your loss. I loved Sue Nell, and our association, while married to her brother, Dale. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
 

Mary Lou Hall posted on 11/11/19
Donna - so sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. May she rest in peace.
 

Mary Dearen posted on 11/11/19
Joan is one of the kindest, gentlest people I have ever known. Her passing is a great loss to her family and to the community she so loved. I will never forget her.
 

Wendell Mayes, Jr. posted on 11/11/19
Our family met Joan Baskin and her family shortly after we moved to Midland in 1957. The Baskin children and the Mayes children were about the same ages, so our families became good friends quickly. It was several months after we became friends that we discovered that Joan’s father, Silas Ragsdale, and my father, Wendell Mayes, had been boyhood best friends—they started to school together and shared a two-person first grade desk. Joan said my wife, Mary Jane, was the sister she did not have,. Joan remained a precious friend after Mary Jane suffered Brain Damage in 1992, and she gave warm comforting support even though we then lived in Austin, not Midland. Joan visited us in Austin three weeks before her death. I will treasure that one-hour visit for the rest of my life. Wendell Mayes, Jr.
 

Torchy Swinson posted on 11/10/19
Kyla, my sincere condolences for the loss of you Grandad. We know your pain, but also know he’s in a better place. May God help your family through this sad time.
 

Beverly Mozisek posted on 11/10/19
I remember your dad when I worked at Yoakum National Bank. He was, just as stated, such a gentleman. I spoke with him occasionally when I was still working, but have been retired almost 3 years. I will keep you and your family in my prayers, what a great life he had.
 

Wanda Sewell posted on 11/10/19
Words escape me when I think of how I should describe Joan Baskin. She was everything to everybody. I doubt if she realized how important she was to so many people and her community. When I left Midland she remained my friend by email and Facebook. I always looked forward to her Christmas cards with pictures of her lovely family. My husband was the basketball coach at Midland High when we married and first met her. For the remainder of his days she called him "Coach". I know he welcomed her into Heaven to hear her call him that again. God gained another angel when he welcomed Joan Baskin.
 

Catherine A Leps posted on 11/10/19
Daddy I miss you so much; you are the best man I have ever known. I never imagined just how hard this was going to be. I can't call you at work anymore and the chair at the head of the table will always be empty. Mom, you and Daddy showed me what marriage is all about the hard work that it takes to last 57 years. I lost my daddy but you lost your husband that you'd been with longer than I have been alive. My daddy was such a good man. He is all the best man that I have ever known, he was kind and showed me unconditional love. No one on this Earth has come close to showing me love the way my daddy did. He showed me what it was like to love someone while everyone else pushed them aside thinking they were unlovable. Daddy, I love you and I miss you have fun singing with the angels, I'll see you soon. Love, "Raul" Catherine
 

Catherine A Leps posted on 11/10/19
I still can't believe my Daddy is gone. I love him so much. Mom I'm thinking about you and praying that you will be comforted with the knowledge that you were the luckiest woman to have been married 57 years to such a good man. My daddy was the best man I've ever known; I can only aspire to be like him. He was the only one on this Earth that loved me unconditionally, no matter how many mistakes I made (there are many) but he always stood by my side weather silently or very quietly while whispering words of encouragement when hugging me goodbye. This the hardest thing I've ever had to do; saying goodbye to the only one who believes in you is so painful, my entire body aches. Mom, I'm so sorry for your loss. I know now why you married my dad. Thank you for showing me that marriage is hard work that is well worth the effort. Daddy loved you so much, I saw it in the way he looked at you and spoke of you. Don't be sad Mom, Daddy is exactly where he is supposed to be... no more pain, no more doctos or hospitals. Rejoice! Daddy is whole again; in his heavenly body singing with the angels.
 

[email protected] posted on 11/9/19
"Frosty" as he was known as a KWEL caller was my favorite caller. He called in my oil & gas program on Tuesday morning asking about different things of interest, often sending me out to do some "homework" for something I could not answer off the top of my head. He is in a better place, but I will miss his very recognizable voice. RIP Frosty Morris Burns
 

Geremy Michael Sandifer posted on 11/9/19
I was sad to hear about this loss to our work family. It was a great part of my day coming into dispatch and speaking with Roger. He had an outlook on life that was amazing. Every time we spoke, as I was leaving, I would stop and say goodbye. He would respond, "if the Lord 's willing and the creek don't rise." You will be missed Good Sir! To his family, condolences and prayers for you.
 

Brenda Guill posted on 11/8/19
Molly, Monica, Willie, David & Eric - and extended families.... I am so sad at the passing of your sweet husband, father, and grandfather. Mr. Lewis was such a bright spot in all of our lives. A man of integrity, loved his family dearly, a good friend, and an amazing individual all around. I am thankful you had him this long, and I realize the loss is so great. No-one could fill his shoes. He was one of a kind! (and a good kind, I will say). Many prayers, thoughts, and heartfelt sorrow along with each of you. Praying that the coming days, weeks, months, and years that you can gain strength and carry on the beautiful legend that Mr. Gene has left. What a legacy! Much love, Brenda & Rick Guill
 

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Ruben and Debby Sifuentes posted on 11/8/19
Our prayers continue to be with the Lewis family. May God reveal Himself to each of you in mighty ways for comfort and peace.
 

 
sladen posted on 11/8/19
I remember that when I went to his house and I slept there he would always give me banana pudding and nobody else would know so he snuck it.
 

William and Betty Catherine Karr posted on 11/8/19
Linda, We would like to extend our sincere sympathy to you and your family. May God bless all of you and hold you close during this time.
 

Bill and posted on 11/8/19
Linda, So very sorry to hear of your loss. Please accept our sincere sympathy extended to you and your entire family. May God bless you and comfort you during this time of sadness. Our love and thoughts are with you.
 

Jana Sikes posted on 11/8/19
Dear Linda and family. So sorry to hear about the loss of your husband and father.Please accept my condolences in your time of loss.You will be held in my sympathy and prayers. Jana Sikes
 

Bobby Ferguson posted on 11/8/19
Linda Lou, so sorry for the passing of Ed. Please know you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. May God grant you peace and comfort in the coming days. Sympathies, Bobby and Musa
 

Justin McKenzie posted on 11/8/19
Y’all are all in my thoughts and prayers!! He was a wonderful man who I’ve always admired!! I would go into the store and visit with him a lot when it was downtown. He always special-ordered my jeans for me and always treated me like family!! He will be greatly missed!! Many condolences to the family!! God bless!!
 

Diane Rife posted on 11/7/19
Rip my friend.. I will miss working with you.
 

 
Mr. And Mrs. William Holder posted on 11/7/19
Gene was the kindest man we had the privilege and honor to share birthdays, Holidays and just about anytime there was a reason to get together and talk about old times the family did while sitting at the table. We had no clue what these times where, but he could make us laugh and laugh. He always made us feel like family. We already miss him so much, it hurts. God has a true patriot and a dear family man that will be missed until we come home too.
 

 
Dora Lozano posted on 11/7/19
I’m so sorry to hear of his passing ! My condolences to all of the family. He was a very sweet man . I remember being there at a time when they were going to eat and he would wait for Mrs. Ward to sit down first and start eating before he would. He was a true Gentleman . I’m grateful I got the opportunity to see what a wonderful person he was. Again So sorry for Your Loss . GOD BLESS YOU ALL Dora Lozano ❤️
 

Shaili Dhingra posted on 11/7/19
A salute to a father... a father for his kids and almost everyone of his child's age, am sure all of those have experienced the love, moral support, motivation and an ear for the unsaid from rajji uncle... feels like losing my dad again. Wish a heavenly abode to for him and all the courage to his family to live up to his dreams.
 

 
Emily and Molinar posted on 11/6/19
He was a great man and will be truly missed .
 

Bob Heller posted on 11/6/19
Dan cut my hair as far back as I can remember and up through high school before I moved away, and I don't remember a haircut when I wasn't laughing. My favorite memories of him are the tricks he'd pull to hide the bubble gum he gave everyone that sat in his chair. He was a delightful person to be around and I know he'll be missed.
 

Dick Bott posted on 11/6/19
Watson, I was so sorry to hear about Patti. I can't imagine your grief - you two were so close for so long. Our friendship goes way back to Wichita Falls where we worked together as engineers for Conoco. We had great times there. Many times, four couples of us would pile into your old station wagon and drive to Oklahoma to eat catfish. Life was fun. Hang in there, Dick Bott
 

Noel Hull posted on 11/6/19
(Mom) Myrtle was a second mother to me and my sister Janet. She and David touched the lives of so many people. She always welcomed me and my family on visits back to Big Spring from Kansas. David and Myrtle sometimes together would stop by and pick me and my daughter Hanna up and go see the horses so Hanna could feed them. We love you and David may God Bless you and your family at this time. God truly gained a new Angel in Heaven with Myrtle. God Bless, Noel Wayne, Beth & Hanna Hull
 

Stephanie Kelly posted on 11/6/19
So sorry to hear of your loss. Thoughts and prayers with your family.
 

 
Natasha Purcell posted on 11/6/19
Raji will be greatly missed! He's has been the best boss and was such a kind person. I am deeply saddened that he is gone. AC, Ryan and the whole family i send you all my condolences and if you need anything at all please let me know
 

 
Manuel Nunez and family posted on 11/5/19
He was a great man he will be truly missed. Rest In Peace dear friend.
 

Noel Hull posted on 11/5/19
Myrtle will be missed so much. She was a 2nd Mother to me after I lost my parents. She was always there for me and her family. David was a brother to me. He had a big heart as well as a Texas size heart Myrtle had. God gained a wonderful Angel in Myrtle (Mom). May God Bless the Schofield family. With much Love and Blessings, Noel Wayne, Beth, and Hanna Hull.
 

 
Billi-Jo Smith posted on 11/5/19
Uncle Roger, there are no words that can truly express how much I will miss you. There might have distance that prevented us from seeing each other, but you've never been far from my thoughts. I love you dearly and will miss you so very much. Love, BJ1
 

 
Rebecca Fuller posted on 11/5/19
RIP uncle Roger !! You were always my favorite Love your Neice Becky Fuller ❤️❤️
 

Don & Sabrina Tally posted on 11/5/19
We will miss seeing Ed out working in the yard. He served as an inspiration and example of a tireless person. Our condolences to the entire family in this time of loss.
 

Amber Mitchell posted on 11/5/19
"Mr.Dan" as my son called him, he was such a kind man and we will miss him dearly. He started cutting my sons hair at 2 and now he is 14, he was Dan's "little buddy". We enjoyed spending time with Dan at his home helping take care of the animals and gathering eggs. He was so fun to be around, he always had a smile on his face and filled a room with laughter. Dan became so much more that a barber he was our friend who we will miss dearly. Amber and Landon Mitchell
 

Stephanie Siegmund posted on 11/5/19
Roger you will be missed greatly. I loved talking to you when I was visiting the office.
 

Kiran and shyam seth posted on 11/5/19
Dear anjali and family Shocked to hear abt rajji....it is a great loss.... We are out of town..... Our prayers are with you all.... Peace for the departed soul... Pl be strong....it is difficult.... Would like to speak with you soon... Kiran and shyam seth
 

april shaw posted on 11/5/19
I am so sorry for your lost I know roger for awhile he was a good person my prayer go out to the family in the time of need april shaw
 

Marlo Magallanes posted on 11/5/19
Still in shock hearing about the passing of Raji, he was a great kind and gentle person. Raji was more then just a friend he was family, he always saw the best in everyone and was always willing to be a help when needed, his passing will leave a void in many peoples lives. So sorry I couldn’t be there today my prayers and condolences go out to AC, Ryan and the entire family dad will be missed, love you guys please let me know if you need anything.
 

vinodbhai bhakta posted on 11/5/19
our deepest condolences to Rajiv family.Rajiv will be missed by Permian basin family.Let his soul be rest in peace. vinod &Usha,Darpan &Bhavika, Ankur &Mamta Bhakta Family ,Midland<TX
 

Kamal and Nalin Tolia posted on 11/5/19
Anjali and family , We are saddened by your loss. Raji will be missed by all. We pray God to give him eternal Peace and the strength to family. Kamal and Nalin Tolia
 

Kiran & Shyam seth posted on 11/5/19
We are so sorry Chhabra family.May his soul rest in peace. We are in Austin these days.See you.
 

Christina Ramdeo posted on 11/5/19
Dear Anjali I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Raji. Please accepts our deepest sympathies. Hugs and prayers to you and the boys.
 

LaShanna Bradley posted on 11/5/19
My condolences and prayers goes out to the family. My grandmother Ethel Bradley worked for the Campbell's for many years. So sorry for your loss. You all will continuously be in our prayers. May God give each of you strength.
 

 
Dorothy Rogers posted on 11/5/19
To all of Ruth's family: I am so very sorry for your loss. We were blessed to know Ruth and John thru the bank and enjoyed being with her thru our association with them at different functions. May God give comfort in the days ahead. Sincerely, Dorothy Rogers and family
 

 
Dare and Susan Sanford posted on 11/4/19
Linda , please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss … our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.
 

 
Dinah posted on 11/4/19
You are missed!!
 

 
Jenny Bouldin posted on 11/4/19
I loved my grandma very much and this all still seems unreal too me. I will miss her very much.
 

Arun & Sandhya budhraja posted on 11/4/19
Our deepest condolences to the family. Raji papa will be missed. A prayer in silence for the departed soul.
 

David Lomax posted on 11/3/19
I was a Deputy Sheriff in Marion County, Missouri when Don, Sherry, and kids were active in the jail ministry. Most of the inmates and all of the jail staff very much enjoyed the work they did in the jail. Outstanding people. You have run the race well, Miss Sherry. We shall meet again.
 

Kay Flowers posted on 11/3/19
So sorry for your loss! Prayers and condolences to you and your family Denise. May the Lord give you strength and comfort during the days ahead. . Coahoma, Tx
 

 
Saloni madan arora posted on 11/3/19
Very sad to hear abt uncle.. He was such a lovely,full of energy,intelligent person... We will miss u uncle..
 

Washesh and Shalu posted on 11/3/19
Sorry for your loss Chhabra family. Please accept our sincere condolences.
 

Randy and Sherry Burchell posted on 11/3/19
Denise: Sherry and I are so sorry to hear of your losing Jerry. Thankfully we know you and Jerry will be together again one day, with no saying goodbye ever again. Please know you and your family are in Sherry's and my prayers, and if there's ANYTHING either of us can do to help in any way, please don't hesitate to let us know.
 

Dr. and Mrs. Ramon K. Domingo posted on 11/2/19
Sorry for the demise of Mr. Leps . May He Rest In Peace, we pray !
 

Ann Hathaway posted on 11/2/19
Bonnie, I have fond memories of the years I did your hair. We had a lot of laughs, and a few tears along the way. My sympathy to your family...RIP
 

Shannon Feaster posted on 11/1/19
Sorry for your loss. He was a really good man I always enjoyed visiting with him when I would see him at Dale's cafe or just out in town.
 

Joey & Carol Pate posted on 11/1/19
Carol & I are so sorry for your loss. We will be praying for family.
 

Shirley Shroyer posted on 11/1/19
My prayers are with the family.
 

 
Roni Acri-Dutro posted on 11/1/19
My heart is so broken. Denise you were a wonderful wife mother grandmother. So you have a great angel look over you. Just know you have people that are here for you and if you need anything I’m here Love you sweet friend. Roni
 

Al Lopez posted on 11/1/19
Condolences from the Lopez family.
 

Donna Wright posted on 11/1/19
Jerry will truly be missed and my prayers go out to his outstanding family! He was so proud of you all. Love and prayers to all.
 

Kynn Maxwell posted on 10/31/19
Lisa and all the family, I am sad for your loss of Jerry. He was a good man.
 

Dorothy Rogers posted on 10/31/19
To all of Jerry's family: My deepest sympathy to each of you with prayers for our Heavenly Father's comfort for all the days ahead. Dorothy Rogers and family
 

William L. Cameron, Jr posted on 10/31/19
Mrs, Byrom was a friend of my mother's during the time Mrs. Byrom lived in Odessa and stayed in contact after she moved to Midland. Her positive attitude, loyalty to her friends and devotion to her family made a lasting impression on me and my family. My deepest sympathies to her family and friends in this time of loss.
 

Katie Grimes posted on 10/31/19
sympathies for the entire family. Thoughts and prayers. Jerry and Katie Grimes
 

Katie Grimes posted on 10/31/19
Ruth was Mom's best friend. She was always there for Mom Loved her sweetness. Will miss her. Sympathies for you whole family. Jerry and Katie Grimes
 

Katie Grimes posted on 10/31/19
Ruth was one of my Mother's best friends. She always was there for Mom. Loved her dearly. We will be out of town for her services but you will all be in our minds and hearts. Sympathies for you all. Jerry and Katie Grimes
 

Joseph White posted on 10/31/19
Uncle Loewen was certainly one of the kindest, dependable, and honest guys you'll ever meet. He was cut from the solid cloth of Charles Henry and Mabel Ann with whom he is now rejoined. He also had a wonderfully dry sense of humor. The twinkle in his eye and sharp wit reminded you he was a Standley through and through. Laughing at life was so easy for him. He was also a very decent man, a solid father, and a very loving husband. When he left us, he was surrounded by his daughters Tammy and Kristy- always remember how strong you were and how important it was for you to help him in that journey.
 

 
Paula BucknerJones posted on 10/31/19
Ruth will be missed. I just loved her voice. I always considered her one of my Mother’s coolest friends. I know this is a difficult time for the entire Currie family. You are in my thoughts and prayers Paula Buckner Jones
 

 
Jane Hammond posted on 10/31/19
Asking God’s great Hand of peace on you, Neeser... we love you and we love Jerry. He did so much for so many, esp. the Church... your Sweetheart will be missed, our friend will be missed...we love you, Billy and Janer.
 

Joel Webster posted on 10/30/19
Still remember the great times we had at VAW 115. Sorry for your loss
 

Whit Hughes posted on 10/30/19
Deepest sympathies and kindest regards from all The Hughes Family.
 

Myra Santana posted on 10/30/19
Isai was an amazing little angels that blessed the lives and hearts of all the people he came in contact with he endured more in his short life than most people do in a lifetime his ojitos laugh and light that shined through his eyes made us all smile he will truly be missed love of him fills our hearts as we know he’s in heaven doing all the things he couldn’t do on earth he truly is a little angel
 

Bennita F Clark posted on 10/30/19
I enjoyed getting to know Mrs. Johnson while at Manor Park. She was a lovely lady. I offer my condolences to her family.
 

Bennita F Clark posted on 10/30/19
Condolences from Midland Softball Association. We will miss seeing Mr. Carrasco at the ballpark. It was always nice seeing him enjoying a game and offering a friendly wave and hello. I'm sure he will continue to enjoy the games from the best seat in the house!
 

 
Sammie Halman posted on 10/30/19
Lowen was a fine man......RIP
 

Jacqueline Coutee posted on 10/30/19
I so sorry for you guys loss I love your family and all in my prays ❤️
 

Charles Hudson posted on 10/30/19
I don't know your family but reading your story moved me. How wonderful it is to have the peace that one day you will be reunited with your precious child, made perfect by our Father. I'll be thinking about Hope the rest of the day and I extend to you my heartfelt condolences for such a difficult loss. God bless you all.
 

Andrew Ortiz posted on 10/30/19
My Carrasco family, Our sincere condolences to you all on the passing of Padrino. It is with a very heavy heart that I, we cannot make it. Ill be Praying for you all during this most difficult time. Love to Madrina, Laura and the boys. I love yu all and may God continue his Blessings upon you all. Andrew M. & Cheyenne Ortiz and Mom.
 

Ralph Lanny urias posted on 10/29/19
RIP Henry B. My condolences a la familia Carrasco. A good friend to many and a very respected man to all. May god bless the family during the loss of my good friend. Lanny Urias, Marble Falls,Tx.
 

Tom Dean posted on 10/29/19
Cliffy, I’m very sad to read of your recent loss. May God bless you & your family in your time of need. We’ll keep y’all in our thoughts & prayers.
 

Deborah Rae Warren posted on 10/29/19
Uncle Charles, Dad cried when you left He is still hanging in there at 92 We miss an love you an your family. See you again soon ♡
 

Edie Touchet Cherubino posted on 10/29/19
Dear Lia, I hope you remember me from our time in the Palm Desert area. I have thought of you often over the years and was sorry we lost touch. I happened to do a search on your name today and was saddened to learn you lost your husband last year. I’m so sorry. I wish good things for you and hope you will reach out if you are feeling up to it. Godspeed to you. Edie Touchet Cherubino
 

Becky and Johnny Hall posted on 10/29/19
We are so sorry to hear about Henry. Sending prayers and hugs to the Carrasco family.
 

Lanny urias posted on 10/29/19
My condolences a la familia Carrasco. Henry B, as I got to know him growing up. I had the most respect for this man for all he did. Henry was a good friend to many who knew him. A great teacher to many who took vocational plumbing at Ector High School in the early 70’s. He will be missed. God bless his family during this times.
 

Katrina Schultze posted on 10/29/19
I found your message inspirational and send my heartfelt thoughts and prayers to you all!
 

 
Eva Greene (Sissy) posted on 10/29/19
Love and miss you Uncle Milton. Love and prayers to Jan and family. Will always remember our visits to Big Mama’s house and all the time we spent together. Uncle Milton was such a joy to be around and loved him dearly. I know he will truly be missed here on earth but what a reunion in heaven there will be.
 

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Margie Palacios posted on 10/28/19
My condolences to the family’s of Mr.Henry Carrasco, Delma and his sons and daughter, I am so sorry he was a great man I had much respect for him , I am so sorry I won’t be there , he will be dearly miss May The Lord give you all comfort during this time of sorrow. You will be in my prayers .. May He Rest In Peace until we meet again
 

Melissa Melville posted on 10/27/19
Sending love & sympathy to the entire La Force family...... I am glad to know that Patti will be in heaven to welcome me when it is my turn.......she was a remarkable woman and she will be greatly missed.
 

norman C kohls posted on 10/27/19
Our sincere condolences on the loss of your loved one. Prayers and thoughts are bestowed on your family. He was a wonderful man and very dear to the community.
 

Mary watkins posted on 10/27/19
Prayers for your family heart But nonetheless your new guardian angel will definitely shine up above. Mary Watkins Aa!
 

Susan Lange Carlson posted on 10/27/19
I would like to send my best wishes your way for a wonderful celebration of his life. He's in a wonderful place now. We grew up in St. Lawrence together.
 

Tricia Aguilar posted on 10/26/19
A precious angel ushered straight to the arms of Jesus.
 

Susan L Dwyer posted on 10/24/19
Tanasha, I am so very sorry for your loss. God Bless your beautiful mother and may she rest in peace.
 

Judy K Bilbrey posted on 10/24/19
I love you Uncle Bo. Give mom a hug for me.
 

Jose Olivas posted on 10/24/19
Condolences from Jose and Dora Olivas to Senta's family and friends.
 

rachel frampton posted on 10/23/19
My father passed away two days ago and we're considering to have his body cremated I agree with you that gathering after the cremation is a great opportunity to remember our loved ones who passed away. We better start looking for a cremation memorial service that'll make my father's wake special and memorable.
 

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Walter and Terri Bramley posted on 10/22/19
Our prayers are with each and every one of you, May God bring peace and understanding as the days ahead become difficult. Wrap them tight in your hands precious Lord and comfort them.
 

Karna Brittain posted on 10/22/19
Senta was my friend. She was that person who comforted me and listened to me when I needed it the most. She was the person I could count on to not only make me smile and cheer me up, but make me laugh through it all. She brought so much love and joy to my life. I have only known her for seven years, but we did a lot of talking and laughing together in that seven years. I will miss her every day until I see her again one day. She is laughing and smiling with God now. My thoughts and prayers are with Tanasha, Peanut and Nikki along with all of the family. Know that I am here for you whatever you may need. May my sweet Senta finally rest in peace.
 

Jeff and Sheila Roberts posted on 10/22/19
"Words seem so feeble, in moments like these. Life is so precious, and death such a thief. The depth of your pain I cannot comprehend, but I'll stand alongside you in the darkness. Love is a bond that death cannot part. Gone from your arms, but still held". I am so sorry for this huge loss to your family. Prayers for you all during this heartbreaking time.
 

Tom & Sue Lankford posted on 10/22/19
To all of Jeff's family, we are so sorry for your loss. May the good Lord bring comfort to your hearts & souls. Jeff was a great guy who was taken far to soon from his earthly home. He is rejoicing w/ the angels & is at Jesus' right hand & on to his next adventure. I believe there is something beyond here & we too will leave our earthly realm when our time is up. After the pain & finally on to accepting the fact that he was called home, the happy memories will remain even though tears will come through still at times, we must never forget those who walked this earthly life w/ us. Yes, remember & laugh & shed a tear for those times. God bless you all!
 

Debbie Gomez posted on 10/22/19
Senta is a beautiful person inside and out. She always had a smile on her face when I would see her. I love going to work everyday to see this smile and when I left medical records I would see her down the hall she still had that beautiful smile and always gave the biggest hugs!! Even when she was not feeling well, she always ask for my daddy and my family!! Senta you will be missed very much and now you can shine your beautiful smile in heaven and watch over your family and friends. May God Bless your family at this time of need and may God comfort them during this time of grief. Love you my beautiful Angel Senta. Debbie Gomez
 

Kimberly Modisett posted on 10/22/19
Senta will be missed. She was a joy to be around and to visit with. I will miss her smile, her laugh, and her shining eyes. Rest in peace my friend. I know Jesus will take very good care of you. Kimberly Modisett
 

Patti Woods posted on 10/22/19
Tim I am so sorry for the loss of your brother, we have gone thru so much in the last couple of years. My prayers are with you, Tracey & the rest of your family in this trying time! Keep your faith & hold on to the memories! Love you guys!
 

Falisha Sanders posted on 10/22/19
No matter what kind of day she was having. She always had a smile on her face. RIP Senta. You will be missed!
 

Jeanne Rodriguez posted on 10/22/19
Senta you were the most sweetest Lady I have ever known, always wore a smile on your face. It was so comforting talking to you. May you rest in peace for you will be missed dearly. Prayers for you entire family and friends. Rest in Peace my friend.
 

 
Lynda Sanchez posted on 10/22/19
Praying for you and your family!
 

John and Pamela Day posted on 10/21/19
Zotyne, Davy, Cassy and families, Out thoughts and prayers are with you now and will continue for a lifetime. We are thankful you have each other to lean on and know that you have many friends that will continue to be there for you. Mixed emotions of Jeff not being by your side and everyone will miss him tremendously. The days will not be easy and you will have to rely on those memories to get you by. He loved God so much and everyone knows he is walking the streets in Heaven. Reunited with loved ones till one day each of you will join him. We will all celebrate our joyous reunions. Know we are here anytime day or night. We love your precious family and Jeff will continue to watch over you. Our hearts are saddened, but rejoice in his presence of the Lord. Thank you Jeff for all the people’s lives you touched. You touched ours! Love always, Pam and John Day
 

Todd Reynolds posted on 10/21/19
We had the pleasure of seeing Jeff be that adrenaline junkie on a dirt bike. He was fun to ride with at the Sandhills. We also knew Jeff to be a helpful friend. The Smith family is in our prayers. We are so sorry for your loss. Sincerely, Todd Reynolds and family.
 

Delores Haynes posted on 10/21/19
Friends for Eternity: This Beautiful Lady was for Full Of Life!! Always a Smile, Always a Kind Word!! I will miss her!! Until We Meet Again Friend..... Sending Prayers and Condolences to her entire family. May you find comfort and strength know she is with the Lord..
 

Carol posted on 10/21/19
What a beautiful person we have lost. I have known Senta for 20 years. She not only was beautiful on the outside but beautiful on the inside. She always did for others and truly listened to what they said. She was always asking about my family even while she was here in the hospital. I saw her about a month ago and she asked how my sister was even though she was hurting and hospitalized. Tanasha, you and your family have my deepest sympathies. I will always remember her and she will always bring a smile to my face when I think of her.
 

Pamela Chambers posted on 10/21/19
My sincere condolences to the family. Nikki & Tanasha please know that your mother was a very special woman. Ms. Senta always had a beautiful smile, kind words and a non-judgmental spirit every time I had the pleasure and privilege to be in her presence. God called home a remarkable and loving angel.
 

Gracie Ortiz posted on 10/20/19
I really loved mrs Senta she was a very lovely caring person I will miss her dearly I’m glad I got to meet her when I worked as your housekeeper for many years my deepest condolences to you and your family call me if you need anything (661)979-5115
 

Jaclyn Comola posted on 10/20/19
I will always remember how passionate Dixie was about Okla. football. Evan more so than my husband. Good memories!
 

Ed posted on 10/20/19
We miss you so much. Eddie and Sharon
 

TANASHA TOLLIVER posted on 10/20/19
Thanks for being a loving mother!❤❤
 

Ken Furlong posted on 10/19/19
Bo worked with my dad and was a very good man. Please accept my condolences
 

 
Velma Nunez posted on 10/19/19
Rest In Peace
 

Lynda Hannah-McNatt posted on 10/18/19
May your Mom and Dad Rest In Peace. They had good long loving lives and that’s wonderful. Take comfort in your memories.
 

 
Aurora Dominguez posted on 10/18/19
She was a wonderful lady.
 

Judy Sprowl posted on 10/18/19
I love and miss my mother....
 

Mary Lou Hall posted on 10/18/19
So sorry to hear of Sam passing. Family is in my thoughts and prayers. Rest In Peace Sam.
 

Becky Winters posted on 10/18/19
Dearest Darla & Danita. Your mother was such a wonderful part of my childhood. She was so sweet and I hope you know I loved her and I love you as well. Mom passed away last May. We were all so blessed to have such amazing parents. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Love. Becky Howell Winters
 

Ronetta Solis posted on 10/17/19
Dan, we are so sorry for your loss. I met Eric a few weeks ago, he looked so handsome in his uniform, he remembered me from you. Heaven gained an angel for sure. We're just down the street if you need us. xoxo
 

Joshua sigmon posted on 10/16/19
Till villhalla brother
 

Jimmy Mitchell posted on 10/16/19
Steve and I we’re college friends and roommates at different times. I trained Steve at the Artic Circle hamburger restaurant in Aberdeen during our college years. I doubt that’s what encouraged him to enter a career in restaurant management. One summer we lived at Mina Lake outside of Aberdeen while working our way thru school. We had a blast that summer. But the funniest thing all summer was one evening upon returning from work loading trucks at Coca Cola bottling plant. A bat had gotten into our trailer house and scared the death out of Steve. He grabbed a 22 rifle that I had in my bedroom and tried to shoot the bat inside the trailer. He shot out the glass on the front door, missed the bat and had to wait in his car until I got home to help. Here he was this big strong college football player scared to death of this little bat. Every year or so Steve and I would visit for an hour or two on the phone. I will surely miss those calls. My sincere condolences to the family. I will forever cherish my friendship with Steve
 

Marcia Elliott posted on 10/16/19
Sherry was a wonderful part of our Christian women's group, Ladies Nite Out, for many years. She loved the pajama parties, luaus and other special events that we had. She would bring other ladies to our events, especially Queen For A Day, which was a huge retreat/spa day. She has been greatly missed since moving to Texas. We will always remember her love for people, animals and the color orange!! She had a very big heart and she loved her family. but most of all she loved Jesus. She was so concerned about the salvation of others and is one of the things that made her so special. We are so sorry for her loss, but know that we will see her again one of these days in heaven. Hopefully all of those wonderful animals she rescued have also been able to greet her. May God give you peace and comfort in this time of sorrow.
 

Melissa Rodriguez posted on 10/16/19
My deepest condolences to my uncle Milton for the loss of his brother and to my aunt Belinda. You both did so much for him and I know your hearts are hurting but he is now your Angel looking over you both! RIP Eric. Charles & Melissa Rodriguez
 

Jacqueline Roland posted on 10/16/19
To Eric’s families, I’m so sorry for your loss, I pray the Holy Spirit to comfort you, I ask His love warm your heart.
 

Valinda Robles posted on 10/15/19
My dearest condolences to Eric’s blood brother and sister in law, Milton and Belinda Castillo. I know how much Eric meant to y’all, I remember listening to how proud Milton was when he would watch Eric run. Milton was such a mentor, and amazing big brother. Belinda loved Eric more than words could express. Even after he joined the army, Belinda managed to still always check on him.. God gained such a brave angel, and he needed Eric more than we did. Also typo on the Obituary, he was survived by Blood Brother, and sister in law Milton and Belinda Castillo as they were not listed. **
 

Denise Gonzales posted on 10/15/19
Melton sorry for your loss of your brother , and Belinda CASTILLO Glad y’all were able to be there for Eric during his last days and to be there for support . Eric is looking down and he will be your guardian angel Love y’all
 

Denise Gonzales posted on 10/15/19
So sorry for your loss brother Melton and Belinda CASTILLO Eric is looking down and is y’all’s guardian angel So glad y’all were there for his last days before he passed away God bless love y’all
 

Jesus posted on 10/15/19
Sorry for your loss.
 

Delma haro posted on 10/15/19
Our deepest condolences to our brother in law Milton (Eric’s brother) , Belinda Castillo’s and his aunt Carol Garza. His time with y’all was very special to him and to y’all. Gone way too soon, but, still made such an impact in y’all’s lives & for so many others. His kind heart & smile said it all. He will be missed❤️ Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Much love from Henry & Delma Haro
 

Edward & Joann Garcia posted on 10/15/19
Our condolences to our Brother-In-Law Milton Castillo (Eric's Brother) and our Sister, Belinda Castillo. Prayers for Peace and Comfort as you mourn for him. I know how special Eric was to both of you. You spend many weekends with Eric during his Illness and while he was in the hospital. May God bless you both for being with him during his time of need. It was a blessing meeting Eric, he was a very sweet young man. May he now Rest In Peace Eric.
 

Shirley Drum posted on 10/14/19
Sorry for you loss. Shirley Drum
 

Kevin Nolting posted on 10/14/19
Big Sam Hunnicutt. A truer description can not be given to this larger than life man. I am a close friend to his son Tim and had the privilege of knowing Sam and Elinor for many years. They were both wonderful people and always treated you like family. I am sad to hear of his passing but I know he had a full and rewarding life with his wife, family and his career. God bless you and keep you forever.
 

Susan from Ashland posted on 10/14/19
Keith was one of my first clients and always stopped the office in to make sure I was doing what was right for him and Betty. Keith was fun, patriotic, and upbeat no matter what was happening to him (he and I had a great laugh about his fall down the steps, but could have been so much worse). Will miss him.
 

 
Deborah Warren posted on 10/14/19
I love an miss you , Billy Ray your youngest brother is still living, he is the last of the brothers an sisters. RIP Aunt Wanda until Our circle will not be broken. Debbie Rae daughter of Billy Ray Warren
 

Tricia Aguilar posted on 10/12/19
May His angels lead you to paradise thru the redemptive blood of our Holy Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.
 

 
Jan Gregory DeBusk posted on 10/12/19
Several years ago, I was blessed to have Nick Dillon cross my path in life. I worked with him many years as his Realtor on a number of transactions. We became good friends. Nick always had a thirst for knowledge. If he did not know how to do something, he studied it until he accomplished it. He asked me if I knew a builder to teach him how to build. I hooked him up and he grew from building houses to commercial buildings. Years later, he wanted to know the ins and outs of drilling wells. He traveled to be with my husband on a drill site. He soaked in the procedures of the making of a well. Of course, he went on to do many disposal well site locations. He was always loyal and kind. After I left the Midland/Odessa area, we still chatted from time to time. I shall miss those moments. God be with his family. May calm and understanding be in their hearts. Nick, sleep well. May happiness be in your soul. Until we meet again. Love, Janis Gregory DeBusk Ruidoso, New Mexico
 

Jessica posted on 10/12/19
Steve will forever hold a special place in my heart. I met him at the center and he truly changed my life. I wouldn’t be where I am at in life without his help, guidance and love. I owe so much to him. I’m truly heartbroken to hear of his passing. The world lost a good man, and heaven truly gained an amazing soul. List of love and prayers.
 

Will Powers posted on 10/11/19
I had the pleasure of working with Nick in the SWD field. He was a gentleman and a wonderful client. Our prayers are with his family during this time.
 

Mark Shannon posted on 10/11/19
I first met Steve when we were freshmen on Northern's football team. I knew right off Steve was different from the other players on the freshmen team - in a good way. We bonded nearly instantly and became friends through our college years. We roomed together as sophomores - I think our GPA's suffered a pretty major hit, but that's part of it. Steve and I remained friends after college and worked together in a beef packing plant for a couple of years trying to figure out what we did not WANT to DO for the rest of our lives. Finally, Steve moved to Texas and raised a family. We remained friends thru the years. Steve and I always had something to yuck about and the memories abound. I don't want to dwell on Steve's football career a great deal, but know that Steve was an All-State football player in 1969 and earned All-District player of the week for his work while playing on Northern State's offensive line in college - he was a very good football player. Boys, your Dad was one tough hombre! I will miss Steve and sharing our lives together, I know you're in a better place now, Steve but I will always remember you. With love to you Mark Shannon
 

HIRAM GARCIA posted on 10/10/19
From Puerto Rico the Cruz-Rodriguez family send our deepest sorrow and sympathy to all of the family members and friends. We appreciate all he did on our behalf. RIP my good man.Sorry for the late communication we just found out Oct.10,2019
 

Gary N Hover posted on 10/10/19
Steve and I were teammates our junior and senior year of high school and my freshman year of college. We shared a lot of great memories from high school and college through sports and hanging out. The memories have kept Steve in my thoughts throughout the years. The memory that comes up most often is from our senior year of football. We had run a play on offense, as I walked back to the huddle, I saw Steve lying on the ground, with his hands on the helmet ear holes, rocking back and forth on the ground. Coach Gauer and I got to Steve at the same time. Coach asked Steve were it hurt, Steve replied that he had been hit in the private area. Coach then asked Steve why he was holding his hands on his head. Steve looked at Coach and replied, "Are you crazy, do you think I want everyone here to know where it hurts?" My thoughts and prayers to his family and friends. I remember nothing but good times and laughs with Steve, rest in peace big guy, see ya on the other side.
 

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Patricia Ann Spiller Green posted on 10/10/19
I grew up in Freeport on 5th Street with Mary Ellen and JB. I have many happy memories of visiting at their home. It was good to learn about his family after he moved to start his adult life. Please accept my sincere condolences for his death.
 

Rubin Pringle posted on 10/9/19
So sorry to hear about Gene. Growing up in Midland, I was fortunate to be influenced by lots of good cowboys and horsemen, Gene being one of them. He helped me develop my love for cutting horses when I was young. I will always appreciate him and Mark for all they did for me.
 

Rosemary (Don) Broome posted on 10/9/19
Always enjoyed JB's sense of humor...he made me laugh...and he had the biggest, best smile EVER. Although I haven't seen him in years, he will always be remembered as one of the kindest, best-looking guys at North Texas who was always a great dancer. It sounds as though he had a good life, used his artistic talents well and will forever be remembered.
 

Willie & Angie Salgado posted on 10/9/19
Condolences and prayers to all of Mrs.Eva Ortiz's family. She was as nice a lady as was her husband Elisardo. She always had that beautiful smile that complimented her kindness and toughness. A real country woman. Noemi, Neri, Nancy & Ninfa , your mother and father are together again. God bless you all & your families.
 

Hank Bergson posted on 10/9/19
I am sorry for the belated condolences. We only just received word that Jack passes. I served with him in Vietnam and mourn his passing. My deepest sympathy to his family.
 

Roger Day posted on 10/9/19
Sorry to hear this. Went to college and played football with Steve. Memories there. God bless you all.
 

Pat Edwards Jasper posted on 10/9/19
J.B. and I dated at North Texas Univ. in 1962/63 and had many good times.J.B. was a Theta Chi and I was a Zeta. I have some fun pictures from several events we shared that I’d like the family to have if they’d like. I would be happy to mail them if someone will contact me with a mailing address. I see J.B. has grandchildren living in Frisco; my husband and I live in Frisco as well. My condolences to J.B.’s family and Connell.
 

Joe and Mary Jane Gonzalez posted on 10/8/19
Such an amazing lady, always kept us laughing. God gave us the opportunity to meet her and gave you all a beautiful Mother. She was a proud mother and grand mother. We will miss her. May God put his loving arms around all of you. We love all of you
 

Pansy Wilcox posted on 10/8/19
Sorry for your loss and prayers for the family!
 

Renea posted on 10/8/19
Gary will be missed by all who knew him. He was a sweet guy, may he rest now in the arms of our loving father God. Prayers for family and friends
 

Jim Rook posted on 10/8/19
Steve entered my life as we began the football season of our junior year in high school. He was a big guy, with a big smile and an even bigger heart. For some reason after all of these years, I was telling my wife of him on the day he passed away. Good memories of a guy that centered his life upon helping others. As with all, I was shocked to learn of his passing. Sympathies to his family and may he be at peace in the arms of God.
 

Jack Stephenson posted on 10/7/19
Gene was my friend as well as my administrator at Midland High School for many years. The world will miss Gene Isaacs! I will miss Gene Isaacs!
 

Tracy & Annette Kuykendall posted on 10/7/19
Thoughts and prayers of comfort for the entire family during this difficult time.
 

Gina Lewis posted on 10/7/19
Gene wouldn’t let a neighbor walk by without a smile and wave. He will be dearly missed.
 

 
Judy Browning and Bill Browning posted on 10/7/19
We will miss Mary Lou and Sterling so very much! Sterling and I have the same birthday, he was just 20 years older. We went out to eat several times to celebrate!
 

Shelly Montgomery posted on 10/7/19
Kelly, Cory, Chandler and Meg, We are praying for you and sorry about your loss. Love, Laney, Hagan, Shelly and Jeff
 

Tammy Noble posted on 10/6/19
She-She and Lillian you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers as you lay your daddy to rest. You will cry allow the fun memories lift your heart as you think of the time you had with your dad. His soul is resting in heaven and that can be said with pride because he did return to his first love Jesus Christ He was loved by many and touch so many people by leaving them with a smile gone but never forgotten until we meet again. (Life of the Party)
 

Jesse Valles posted on 10/6/19
My deepest condolences friends, God bless you all. My thoughts and prayers will be will you all.
 

 
Pricilla Martinez posted on 10/6/19
My condolences to the Anders Family. I was an honor to have known your Daddy . The Martinez Family
 

Cheryl Crocker posted on 10/6/19
I knew Steve in high school...graduating from Clear Lake in 1970. While we didn't keep in touch, we were Facebook friends so I could keep up a bit with his life and activities. I was shocked to get this news and want to pass on my sympathies to his family.
 

Les Isaacs posted on 10/6/19
Our deepest condolences, thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time. Gene was a tremendous man with many outstanding accomplishments, none greater than his loving family. The Bible says " We have different gifts according to the grace given to each of us. If your gift is prophesying, then prophesy in accordance with your faith; if it is serving, then serve; if it is teaching, then teach; if it is to encourage then give encouragement; if it is giving, then give generously; if it is to lead, do it diligently; if it is to show mercy do it cheerfully." (Romans 12: 6-8) Gene had many of these gifts and will be remembered for each unique way he used them to glorify Christ. Rest in peace Uncle Gene. With love, Les, Kathy, Kayla, Kyle, and Kim Isaacs
 

Lorene Marion posted on 10/5/19
My prayers are with all of the Anders family during this time of grief. I had known Ikie and his family since elementary school. He will be greatly missed. May God help you all, find some comfort in knowing that you are not alone in your sorrow.
 

Mary Jackson posted on 10/5/19
To the family of Ikie, deepest and heartfelt condolences to you. Sympathy that a good old friend is no longer with us. GOD bless and strength
 

Phyllis Moore posted on 10/5/19
Brother Garth was a kind, compassionate and loving soul. He always greeted me with a smile and a hug. He will be greatly missed.
 

Tobin Reid posted on 10/4/19
Don was my college roommate and friend at OCC. We shared a lot over 4 years in college. I wish I had known he was sick. He was also a groomsman in my wedding. I loved Don “Grunt” Goode. God Bless his soul.
 

Jacque and Chris Lanning posted on 10/4/19
Rest In Peace Mr. Isaacs. What a wonderful man with a heart of gold.
 

Maribel Tarango Alvarez posted on 10/4/19
May Inez Rest In Peace. No doubt he arrived in heaven just in time to play cards with my dad . My thoughts and prayers with all
 

Al Lopez posted on 10/4/19
Our condolences to the Mendoza family. May he R.I.P.
 

Sherry Commander-Jones posted on 10/3/19
What a wonderful artist! I had her as a teacher at OC to learn oil painting. I'm so proud to have the painting she helped me with in class hanging in my home. May sweet memories sustain you through your grief.
 

Keith Sanders posted on 10/3/19
Absolutely agree. Saying goodbye to our loved ones is something that every family / friend needs to do
 

Tricia Aguilar posted on 10/2/19
Little Khristian, ushered straight to the arms of Jesus.
 

Carla & Jamie Mosley posted on 10/1/19
Dear Frances, Elizabeth and JT, Jamie and I are so sorry for your loss. I pray God will give you all the strength and comfort you will need to get through these hard times. Our thoughts and prayers are with you as mourn the loss of Earnie and take comfort in knowing he is with the Lord. We love you much, and miss you and the Wednesday morning hugs I use to get! Love to all
 

 
Kara (Gray) Ramirez posted on 10/1/19
I am at a loss for words sweet Doylean, I remember walking past y'alls house from elementary school and Grover waiting for me on the front porch to play a round of thumbs wars. You would bring me a treat and tell me to hurry home before my Mom got to looking for me. The summers I spent working in the Shanks Laundry Mat are some of my most treasured memories with you! You are with your beloved Grover now and that is what make my heart smile. You two will forever hold a special place in my heart!
 

Linda Lemon Garza posted on 10/1/19
Grandpa Your death left me a heartache nothing can ever heal but your love left me so many memories that no one can ever steal.... I will always remember you and your beautiful smile... My King, my Rock, my Grandpa
 

 
Fierro Family posted on 10/1/19
You will be missed Gary. May you now rest in peace.
 

Patsy Sanchez posted on 9/30/19
Ms. Linda Garza you have my deepest sympathy. Just know you have a wonderful, sweet, and precious angel watching over you and your family. I will keep you in my prayers. God bless you!
 

 
Diane, Susan and Jeff posted on 9/30/19
We have many happy memories of times with Aunt Marceline and Uncle Dale. We will always remember Uncle Dales quick wit and sense of humor. You will be greatly missed by us all.
 

Sue Johns posted on 9/30/19
Dear Merrill and boys Lucille was a special friend for a very long time. She suffered so much and is in a better place. She and I loved to do the word puzzles and I think of her when I do the puzzles. My prayers are with you alll during this time . Love Sue
 

Pam Williams posted on 9/30/19
I am so sorry to hear this news. Ann know that we are praying for all the family. My heart and prayers go out to you.
 

Bake Turner posted on 9/29/19
E.J. Holub (The Beast) was the first guy I met when I arrived at Texas Tech from Alpine in 1958. We became life long friends and Frat Brothers. He was the toughest player I have ever met, a Hall of Fame'r for sure. Love you E.J. The Beast and will see you again on the other side! Bake Turner
 

 
Mary Minor posted on 9/29/19
I going to miss you.❤❤❤❤❤
 

Gloria Miller Goode posted on 9/28/19
So very sorry for your loss Sandi. Praying God surrounds you and your family with love, strength and comfort.
 

Brad and Karen Douglas posted on 9/28/19
Our thoughts and prayers are with Sandi and all of EJ’s family and loved ones.
 

Bessie Swiger posted on 9/27/19
Rest easy Uncle Gary. We love you
 

Joyce Wyant posted on 9/27/19
You are loved and will be missed Uncle Gary. Thank you for all the life lessons you have given us! Rest In Peace.
 

Jeff & Darlene Wells posted on 9/27/19
Dear Daniel, we are so sorry for your loss. We have experienced grief and understand your pain. May God comfort you with sweet memories of your grandmother❣️
 

Kay Rodgers Flowers posted on 9/26/19
My dear Frances, Erin, Elizabeth and JT, I’m so sorry to hear about the loss of Ernie. I know this is a very difficult time for you all and pray that you find peace and comfort during this difficult time. I love you very much. May God continue to bless you. Love you bunches! Kay Flowers
 

Sharla Sloan posted on 9/26/19
E. J. obviously had a fantastic and fun-filled life! I have always heard people speak so fondly of him! He was a hero in West Texas and beyond! My late husband, Tom Sloan of Midland, would have loved to see E. J. again! I believe that they met a long time ago at Chandler Ranch. I feel certain that have gotten reacquainted in Heaven and are having a wonderful time! My condolences to his family and friends!
 

MARY LOU HALL posted on 9/26/19
I am so very sorry to hear of Melvin passing away. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Rest in Peace, Melvin.
 

Michelle Deatherage posted on 9/26/19
I met Ernie a long time ago when he came to school at Coahoma. He hung around me and my group of friends. He was always happy and helpful to us all. I often wondered what happened to him and other classmates and I'm sad to see he is gone. Praying for the family. Michelle (Shelley Roe) Deatherage Coahoma Class of 1991
 

bill turner posted on 9/25/19
first time i met EJ Holub he was on a riding lawn mower there was a lot more EJ Holub then riding mower. the world is running out of men like EJ Holub God bless him
 

Ernie Gilkerson posted on 9/25/19
EJ played at Tech when I was in jr high. He was amazing. He was tall, broad shoulders, thin waisted, and really wore the football uniform like a real player. Coach Dewitt Weaver said if he had a physique like EJ he woulnt have to buy any clothes except a bathing suit and he would just wear that yesr round. When EJ was a senior he made the North-South All stars. He played center and another all - american from LSU, Billy Canon, played on the other team. On a 4th down EJ centered to the punter and raced downfield full speed. He collided with Canon just as he caught the punt. The collision was a mack truck hitting a cement post. The stadium was silent and erupted when both EJ and Canon got up and trotted to the sidelines unhurt ! Ill never forget that! Some 30 years later EJ and wife, Sandi, were guests at our oldest daughter's weddin. The wedding planner didn't show . It was hectic at the church. No one had been designated to pass out the programs. EJ didn't miss a beat . He grabbed the programs and walked down the center isle handing to those already seated.., then stood in back to hand to the rest coming in. I was impressed. What a good guy! He and Sandi are special people! EJ will be missed! Folks like him dont come along every day !
 

Kelly Stuckey posted on 9/25/19
Oh my!! How many years, Raenita? It was at you and Joe’s home when I started labor with Rhonda Lyn! How many times we loaded 6 kids in your lil Volkswagen Bug and away we would, perhaps just to ride around, perhaps stop at WAGON WHEEL for drinks, go to your Mother and Dad house........ talk on the phone ( not a cell phone either) while our freshly mopped floors dried, planning a new day together! I thank you for our times together and plan to see you again one fine day! Rest In God’s perfect Peace my friend, you certainly earned it❣️
 

Ken Furman posted on 9/25/19
Kind always to whomever I introduced him to - my Cornhusker fans were so appreciative how well he treated them when they were in Lubbock for a game and he sat with us at our table for pregame in Red Raider tent for lunch. Class through and through and one of the blessings in my life. My good friend who played on the Chiefs with him (Ed Budde - and his wife Carolyn) often shared KC stories about his kindness to his teammates, their families and the KC community. RIP - Heaven just became a more joyous place! Ken Furman Ocala, Florida
 

Gary C. Dunlap posted on 9/24/19
TO my favorite aunt we will miss you very much. To my cousins our prayers are with you at this time, and all the time. I think about you all , all the time. I miss seeing everybody. with our love and prayers. Gary Ruth Dusty & Allie, the Dunlap family. here in Lufkin, Texas.
 

 
Alexis Villarreal posted on 9/24/19
You have a strong, kind, and beautiful soul. You’re smile always lit up the room and you were always there to listen to me. I know you will be watching over me. I love you and miss you so much.
 

Cindy Dunlap posted on 9/24/19
I have so many fond memories of this wonderful woman. She was my second mom as she was to many others. She guided me when my kids were teenagers. I have fond memories of trips we made to Midland for dr appointments. The laughs we shared and the wonderful memories of her. I think about being at the cabin with her and Joe. She enjoyed seeing the fish my kids caught. I was with her when she lost her brothers. J.C. truly loved his little sister. She had a smile that would light up a room. My heart and love and prayers to the family always.
 

 
Darlene Holub Tytgat posted on 9/24/19
I never had the privilege of meeting him but even though related. My youngest brother idolized him and had EJ’s #55 during his High School football career. Not having the opportunity to meet him is an extreme misfortune for me. Hopefully; someday “On the Other Side”. R.I.P.
 

Cheryl Bingham posted on 9/24/19
Where to begin. I knew your voice reassuring me before we ever met. Then we starting working side by side and you taught me so much more. We tried to arrange a marriage between our kids but that was not to be. I am glad they have remained good friends. You did a great job raising that respectful young man. He is always welcome in our family. I will miss our talks, sorry I never made it to Granbury and you never made it back to Treasury. Your CNB family will watch over your family as I know you will be watching over all of us. I will miss you and remember you always. Your fight is finish and God needed back home. I'm sure you and Sue are dancing together free of pain. Rest in peace girlie. Till I see you again. I love you.
 

Jennifer White posted on 9/24/19
God brought EJ into my life a few short months ago. I had the honor and the privilege to bring communion to EJ on Sunday's. I am blessed beyond words to have shared with him our LOVE of the Catholic Faith, Prayer, and the Eucharist. RIP EJ. No more suffering. No more pain. You are now healed and in the arms of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. May eternal rest be granted unto you and may the perpetual light shine upon you always. With deepest sympathy to the family and many prayers, Jennifer White
 

Olga Hart posted on 9/24/19
I will miss you even though we didn’t see each other that much. Having known you has been a pleasure and a blessing! Love you because you were my boys aunt and they loved you so much! May you Rest In Peace Sandra... you told me that we must live life like it was our last day on earth. So I’m going to do just that.
 

Linda Long posted on 9/24/19
Took care of this sweet man after one of his surgeries. Undoubtedly one of the kindest people I've ever met. His large stature did not compare to the size of his heart. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends, and especially to those like me who had the privilege to have him pass through their lives. Rest In Peace sweet E J Holub.
 

Christina Saiz posted on 9/24/19
RIP my sweet friend and dancing partner. Thank you for always being such a sweet person to talk to. You will be dearly missed. Love you.
 

Drue Thomas posted on 9/24/19
So sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Drue and Melanie Thomas
 

gary glass posted on 9/24/19
Dale, I am so sorry to hear of Connie's passing. She had such a kind spirit. Having made numerous emergency runs to Greenwood, it was always good to see Connie. She was always on that fire truck doing what she could to make the situation better. You have both served the community well. Thanks you! Connie will be missed! G. Glass
 

Elaine Wheeler posted on 9/23/19
Dale my sincere condolences for you and your family. Connie was such an amazing person...was always so much fun to be around at the Sheriff’s department functions. She will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you through this difficult time.
 

Janet Young posted on 9/23/19
Dale, I am so sorry for your loss as well as mine. Connie was more like my best friend than a sister. We were never able to be close but each time we talked it was like we just picked up where we had last visited. She has always been special to me. I will simply say one last goodbye to her, love you and may you Rest in Peace and let light perpetual shine upon you. Dale you are in my prayers these next few days and weeks. My love to you, Janet
 

 
Karriz Santana posted on 9/23/19
Thank you for letting me be myself around you Tia, you were so fun... beautiful inside and out. I’ll never forget you!
 

Ron Kellough posted on 9/23/19
I have known Dale and Connie since 1988, when I moved to Texas from Missouri. I worked around Dale as a private fire investigator. I think the world of Dale and Connie was the salt of the earth. Connie & Dale were a great couple and Midland will miss Connie in their community. I wish we could be at the funeral for Dale but we have moved to Florida. Dale we have you in our thoughts and prayers. Ron & Cindy
 

Brandon & Jennifer Schumann posted on 9/23/19
Our heartfelt condolences go out for Dale and all of Connie’s family. We pray for comfort, understanding and peace from our Heavenly Father for you all.
 

Susana Reyes Madrigal posted on 9/23/19
She was beautiful
 

Susana Reyes Madrigal posted on 9/23/19
Mis mas sinceras condolencias a tia Cata primos y primas. Los acompano en su pesar. Mis oraciones estan con ustedes. Que mi padre celestial les de fortaleza. No pudimos estar con ustedes. En persona per estamos en espiritu. Catita esta descansando. No mas dolor, yo apenas me acurdo de ella. Estoy segura que era una mujer maravillos. Ella esta descansando ella ya pelio la buena batalla , ella acabo la carrera y guardo la fe hasta el final. (Timoteo 2. Verso 4:7) CATITA. Descanse en paz mi primita. Mi carino siempre. Sin mas, Susie Reyes Madrigal.
 

Olivia Leyva Castro posted on 9/23/19
Solo pido a Dios que te dé fortaleza para sobrellevar esta pérdida…primo....tu prima Olivia Leyva Castro
 

Jackie Horvath posted on 9/22/19
Many summers growing up I remember staying with our grandparents, but Aunt Connie always came and took us to buy material for my dolls and Aunt Connie would make a dozen outfits for me. She will always be remembered as a kind hearted, loving and caring Aunt. Uncle Dale, my thoughts and prayers are with you. I love you and her more than you will ever know. God be with you during and after this passes. I am always here for a visit or phone call. Love you always, Jackie.
 

Barbara Huey posted on 9/22/19
I also live in the LGRVR Ranch. She amazed me with her positive attitude. She volunteered and was elected as Treasure of our park water company. We worked together for too short of time. I will miss Sandra. Barbara Huey
 

 
Suzanne Maner posted on 9/22/19
In loving memory of my very dear and cherished uncle Bill who was always a joy to be around. I remember you fondly bringing the mail by our old place on Hamilton and at the wonderful Baker reunions. I hope you're having a grand old reunion in Heaven! May you rest in perfect peace. Love Always, Suzi & Family
 

David Wright posted on 9/22/19
Sorry to hear of your loss. Mrs. Simpson was always friendly and kind to everyone one. We were always welcome to come over and visit with her kids.
 

Lexie Latimer posted on 9/22/19
Connie always struck me as a wonderful person, friendly and had a smile on her face. I enjoyed our brief conversations when she rode with you during firework season. Dale, I am so sorry for your loss. I am praying for you and your family.
 

Maggie Rogers posted on 9/22/19
So very sorry to hear of Connie’s death. She was such a nice lady. So glad I got to know her. God bless you Dale.
 

Carol Murray Keyes posted on 9/22/19
Dale, my condolences to you. I have often thought of you guys over the years. Have missed seeing you. Prayers for peace and comfort over the next few days. Connie was one awesome lady. I’m sure her and dad are cuttin the jokes and having a great time.
 

Melissa Reddin posted on 9/22/19
Oh the adventures we had following you and Dale onto fire scenes! Rest well Connie, you have certainly earned it. Watch over us all but especially those who follow in the footsteps you set out for them. Prayers for Dale and the rest of those who loved you.
 

Janet & Ross Hall posted on 9/21/19
We lived in the Lake Granbury RV Ranch with Sandra. She was such a fun person and had such a good soul. She will be missed. Prayers for all the family and friends.
 

Brenda Gray posted on 9/21/19
Sending my deepest sympathy to her family, Sandra was an amazing, hardworking, work ethic was astonishing, so glad to have known her & worked with her!!
 

Bob Lester posted on 9/21/19
Rest with God sweet soul. I was blessed to know you and your husband from the calls we made when I was a Midland Police Officer. Prayers for all during your home going. The Angels rejoice when one of their own comes home.
 

Carla Throop Newton posted on 9/20/19
She became my sister in 1974 we had good times we had rough times but she was my sister by another mother. As usual with life it happens didn't get together as life went on. But I pray you rest in peace reunited with Pete, mom and brothers and sisters who have gone on before RIP Dor will see you on the other side
 

Debbie Driggers Green posted on 9/20/19
What a wonderful blessing and tribute to Herb in your video. Mom and dad were very fond of him and Betty, as we all are of you all! May God comfort y’all as only He can, as He carries you all thru the days and months ahead. Love, The JC Driggers family.
 

Amelia N Woods posted on 9/20/19
We want to express our sympathy in the passing of your dad. He will be missed greatly. We always enjoyed the Brumley Reunion, Herb's competitive spirit and the "fun times" over the years. He will enjoy dancing around the Throne with Betty, and his loved ones who "beat him" to heaven. We pray that the arms of the Lord will lift you up during this time of grieving.
 

Chris Cover - Hillcrest Drive posted on 9/19/19
Betty and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Even though I only knew you as neighbors, I always enjoyed walking across the street for a visit. Keith did make me laugh ! You are in my thoughts and prayers during this time.
 

Raymond Shook posted on 9/19/19
He was a great person. He was always there to give advice or lend an ear when needed. He never met a stranger and loved telling stories. There was many a times that I got to listen to his music as Joy would play or sing with him. My fondest memory was the day my son and his grandson Lee came into this world and the smile and gleam in his eye said it all when he got to hold him for the first time. He will be missed by many.
 

Doyle & Shirley Parker posted on 9/19/19
Our thoughts & prayers are with Herb’s family. We have so many great memories of fun times together at Brumley reunions. RIP Herb.
 

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Joe & Mary Jane Gonzalez posted on 9/18/19
My condolences to my cousin his Mom Ofelia and his brother John his 2 sisters Melissa and Josie and his wife Emma and son Charlie. Elias always reminded me of Gentle Ben. He had a heart of gold. Loved his family and made sure everyone was OK. We will miss you my cousin. God had other plans for you. We are left to hurt but you are not hurting anymore.
 

Linda Smith Chatlain posted on 9/18/19
Deepest sympathy to Betty and Clark. I worked with Keith for many years at Hess & Clark. He was a good person, even with his corny jokes. May God wrap his loving arms around you all.
 

Oscar Quiroz posted on 9/17/19
Remembering the good times working at Headlee. Rest in peace my friend. God bless your family.
 

Myron & Lorraine Segraves posted on 9/17/19
Betty & Clark, We are saddened to learn of Keith's passing. We have fond memories of times together for pot luck dinners, and of course, ice cream. He loved having ice cream and I suppose we included cake. May you and your family be comforted with fond memories of a life well lived. Sincerely, Myron & Lorraine
 

Ken "Quiz" Quesenberry posted on 9/16/19
I am hearbroken to hear of this sad news. Our prayers are lifting the family up during this difficult time. Let us know if we can help in any way.
 

Vicki L Howman posted on 9/16/19
My deepest sympathy!! I enjoyed working with Mr. Ballantyne and the family. I pray for peace that passes all human understanding from our Lord and Savior, Jesus. You will be in my prayers!!
 

Mary Ziebell-Lloyd posted on 9/15/19
My condolences to Chuck and Sara. Anne and I had quite a life growing up on the farm. Getting the cows early in the morning and washing the milking machines before getting on the school bus was one of our least favorite chores. We always looked forward to going uptown Saturday night for the drawing and our chocolate revel ice cream cones. Will miss you, Anne. Love, Mary
 

Dee Barrera posted on 9/15/19
Sincere condolences sent to the family. Prayers for all.
 

Sherry White posted on 9/15/19
I'm so sorry for your loss.My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Love you lots Brittany.
 

Orlando and Maribel Reyna posted on 9/15/19
Our Sincere Condolences Brittany. Rest in Peace Sweet Angel.
 

Margaret (Mrs Tuck) Hiett Williams posted on 9/15/19
Joe probably saved my husband’s life when Tuck was in Lamen Lusk Sanchez. Joe was also kind to me. Joe was not loquacious. But he talked to me. I shall miss you Joe. Kathy, I treasured Joe and I pray for easy grieving for you and your family. Margarrt
 

 
candace samuelson posted on 9/15/19
"Let There Be Light" is the message of a lighted candle. Joe, May you Rest in Peace.
 

candace samuelson posted on 9/15/19
We had the most wonderful of several summers visiting with Joe's folks, Mary and Clayton (Cakie) Powless and the Pujol's in their backyard on Cimmaron St. in Midland. John Pujol was Clayton's boss at Getty Oil in Midland in the Vaughn Building downtown Midland. I believe the building was located at Texas & Big Spring Streets. The running joke was My BD was the 28th of July, Ophelia's was the 29th of July and Joe's was the 30th; so we celebrated Ophelia's.. The backyard was lush and beautiful with all kinds of flowers and a huge weeping willow tree at the right as you walked out onto the patio. Joe, "May the Road Rise to Meet you, May the Wind be ever at your Back; the Sun shine warm and upon your face; The Rains fall soft upon your fields and until we meet again, "May God Hold you in the Palm of his hand."
 

Shelley Navratil posted on 9/14/19
My condolences to Anne's family. I have known her about 11 years and my parents have known her many more years than that. She was such a lovely and sand classy lady. I will miss her dearly.
 

Abel & Krista Ramos posted on 9/14/19
We are praying for you all. May you find strength in our savior, and comfort knowing that Watson is resting in the arms of Jesus. All of our love.
 

Jeremy alvarado posted on 9/14/19
My heart and prayers go out to you brittany I'm so sorry for ur loss my God be with u ..
 

Adrianna & Tommy Puga posted on 9/14/19
We love you Watson!
 

 
Michael & Carmita Moore posted on 9/14/19
Sending our love and prayers to you all
 

Simon & Gloria Resendez posted on 9/14/19
We are so sorry for your loss. Praying for you in this hard time. God Bless.
 

Karan Smith Deeds posted on 9/14/19
There’s no words That I can say that will make the pain go away. So for your loss. I am praying you for your family. In this time I need. I know you dearly will miss him. He is in a better place now. God gained another angel in heaven. I Love you ❤️
 

Jean Hildreth posted on 9/14/19
heaven got another angel, RIP Charlotte.
 

Roy Ramon posted on 9/12/19
Our sincere condolences, You are in our thoughts & prayers. Roy & Joyce Ramon
 

LORIANN LAWSON posted on 9/12/19
Mistie I am so sorry for your loss---I loved talking to your mother - she was a wonderful person and will be missed dearly!!!!
 

Tim Herzog posted on 9/10/19
My condolences to Chuck and Sara. Aunt Anne was always a joy to me, we always got along and enjoyed each others company. I sorry that her larger than life smile and buoyant personality has left us so suddenly and early. We often would talk about when she and I nearly drowned when I came to visit her on my first airplane trip alone, and watched the moon landing of Apollo 11. We have lost a precious light in our lives.
 

Helen Joyce posted on 9/10/19
I think Mrs. Ives was a lot of students favorite! We all thought she was just the cutest one ever when she came to Odessa High School! I was in the class of 1961 and she was special to me. Helen Joyce Wheeler Bowers
 

Mary Beacham posted on 9/9/19
Mrs. Ives was my all time favorite teacher. She greatly influenced me & made me realize the difference one person can make in another’s life. She was a large reason why I too went into education and became a teacher. I am starting my 24th year of teaching. I send my greatest sympathy and prayers to the entire family! Mary Beacham
 

David & Trisha Donaldson posted on 9/9/19
Trisha and I were so saddened to hear of John's passing. We had both prayed for the treatments to be successful but I guess God needed him home more. Even though John and I new each other for a very short time I considered him a good friend, in fact, he was my best friend.....I truly loved him as I would my own brothers. We had some great fun and good memories, I'll never forget him and I miss him so much. Becky, I hope you will know that Trish and I are here for you anytime and we hope that you will continue to come here when ever you can. We will continue to watch over John's place here. John, I miss you ol' friend and I love you guy......till we meet again, your friend, David
 

Sandy Bradberry posted on 9/9/19
Mrs Ives was my very favorite teacher at Gonzalez Elementary I always enjoyed seeing her at Paisano Baptist Encampment. Our thoughts and prayers go out to David and his family. She was my inspiration during my 6th grade year. Sandra Bradberry Moore
 

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Denise Pipkin posted on 9/8/19
Our son is really doing some research on you. He acts and looks just like you. Rest in peace❤
 

 
Denise Pipkin posted on 9/8/19
Our son asks alot about you. He is doing alot of research. Rest in peace❤
 

Vickie Gomez posted on 9/8/19
I was blessed to have met Jane in 1956, while an OHS student. In the 80's, she was my nephew's 6th grade teacher at Gonzales. She was still the same warm, caring and most beautiful (inside and out) teacher--ever! It is my belief that the Angels were her guide, as they led her into Paradise, and took her Home, to the New Jerusalem. I know she didn't walk, but she RAN up the streets of gold, straight into the arms of our Lord! My most heart-felt condolences to all her family. May our Lord bring you the comfort only He can bring during this most difficult time. Vickie Gomez, ECISD Board Member 1976-1988
 

Gary Moore posted on 9/7/19
I met Gary shortly after coming to Midland in 1984. I was a crude buyer for Getty, and Gary was with Permian Corp. when I met him. We've known each other for over thirty years. After my retirement from in 2012, I hadn't seen him in a while when I was told he had America West. I was pleased that I got re acquainted with him and did business with him in recent years. Gary was a good guy. I always thought a lot of him, he will be missed. Rest in peace my friend, may God bless you and your family.
 

Kitty Wall posted on 9/7/19
I am so sorry to read this post. I don't know if you will remember me or my sister, Karla. We knew your family through my grandmother Mamie King and my mother, Dell Ballard King. I often think of the time we spent as kids around your family and going to your reunions. My sincere condolences to all the family.
 

Misti Bryant (Hammond) posted on 9/7/19
There wasn't a person on earth having a bad day that Joey couldn't put a smile on their face. Whether it was a simple Joey face to chasing you around Walmart with....let's just say random items on his head. From him singing Desparado over and over to me to listening to him sing Lean On Me with a few others in our crew. High school and after would of never been the same if it hadn't been for Joey. So many memories. Never forgotten. My first love. Lord, please give this family peace that passes all understanding during this rough time. Please keep them in the palm of your hand and wrap your arms around them. Give them comfort in this great time of need. Amen.
 

B.W., Betty and Misty Biddle posted on 9/6/19
I cherish our many, many years of friendship, and all the talks over coffee. Rest easy dear friend.
 

Kristie C. posted on 9/6/19
So deeply sorry for the loss of your dear loved one. I don't believe I ever had the opportunity to meet Ms. Nora in person but even still I feel like I know her because my mother, Mablelean Walton (Mary aka Pete) spoke of her fondly over the years especially when she reminisced about how as kids she and Ms. Nora always were the flower girls in all the weddings! I actually was blessed to see an old photo that had been preserved:) It was truly a delight. May Ms. Nora sleep peacefully until she hears the call of Almighty God to awaken her to flesh fresher than in youth and return to the days of her youthful vigor!! (Job 14:10-14 & Job 33:25) Kristie C. Dallas, TX
 

Esther Alexander posted on 9/6/19
Beautiful human being, a true example of Christ. Thankful for the opportunity to know & serve with her while attending Mt. Rose, her laugh would crack me up. Love you guys! Esther Alexander
 

Hollye Laney posted on 9/6/19
So sad to hear about Gary. He will be missed. We used to have so much fun going to his house during the holidays and other events. So sorry for Tyler and Wes losing their dad. Again, you will be missed. John and Hollye Laney
 

Tisa Hawkins posted on 9/5/19
I'm sorry for your loss. Grandmothers are so very special. Your grandmother was a sweet and kind lady. I'm so glad I had the opportunity to meet her and enjoy her company.
 

Spencer posted on 9/5/19
Gayvenda will be dearly missed by so many...God Bless her famoly
 

Margaret Hiett Williams posted on 9/5/19
For what was, For what is, For what will be, Thanks be to God.
 

Ron Cypert posted on 9/5/19
Condolences to Trina, Gena and the kids. Rest In Peace, Sugar Bear. There isn’t enough room here to list all the times you were there for me. I am eternally grateful for each and every time you were. Sure am gonna miss you! Love ya, Big Guy!
 

 
Andreia Medlin posted on 9/5/19
I didn't know Michele well, but she always seemed so sweet and i enjoyed talking to her. My sincere condolences to her family and coworkers.
 

bobby vogel posted on 9/4/19
that was a beautiful obituary about bob easter he was a rebel - as a student and teacher we will miss him, and I am saddened by his illness. you are in my thoughts.
 

Ron Cypert posted on 9/4/19
Rest In Peace, Sugar Bear. My condolences to Trina, Gena and the kids. There isn’t enough space here to list all the times you were there for me. I am eternally grateful and I will miss you! Love you, Big Guy!
 

Nola'Dale C. Jones posted on 9/3/19
May the world be blessed with more men like Buddy Marshall! Blessings on this sweet family during this time.
 

Johnnie and Dee Sevey. posted on 9/3/19
Dave and Family, I was saddened to hear your Dad passed, and I never heard that your Mom passed a few years back. I've been away from W Texas for a few years. I remember your parents well. I worked at their house and the Mall quite a bit back in the day. My wife and I extend our condolences and will pray for you and all of your family. Johnnie
 

Fred Riggan posted on 9/2/19
Buddy was one of the nicest people I have ever known or will ever know he taught me so much about cars and life in general he will be missed by many
 

Daniel Lippe posted on 9/1/19
We all join in mourning Uncle Melvin's passing even as we celebrate his amazing life. I have many vivid memories of Uncle Melvin during my youthful years in west TX. I think I remember he had drove an El Camino and all his nephews and nieces wanted to be the ones who got to ride along with him when the extended Meissner clan decided to go somewhere else from where ever we were. I will miss his humorous sayings and witty remarks.
 

Mindi Lea Fires posted on 9/1/19
Beautiful Sunny & family, Your father made a difference for so many years in so many lives. I know he will be missed but I pray his Home going brings you great comfort & peace. It’s not if but when you see him again. Love you & praying!
 

Bob Parks posted on 9/1/19
So sorry for losing your father My condolences to your family from you friends in Big Spring Sincerely Bob Parks
 

Keley & John McKay posted on 9/1/19
I was so sorry to hear about you mom. Let me know if there is anything I can do.
 

Stephanie Mitchell posted on 8/30/19
Granny Fer, you will forever be in our hearts! I love you so much and will miss you always. Until we see each other again, I love you. All my love, Stephanie
 

Michele Haralson posted on 8/30/19
Dear Debbie, Dave and Sue, Just wanted you to know that I have so many special memories of your father and your family from when I (and the rest of the Haralsons) lived in Big Spring in the 1960s; our parents being friends and Patty, Melissa and I being close to you three. Memories of pool parties, playing football in the front yard and music in the sunken den (I think we might have broken a James Duncan house rule to do that!) are just a few of my good memories. I hope this finds you and yours all well and happy and know that I am thinking of you in this difficult time. Love to all, Michele
 

Hughett family posted on 8/30/19
Dear Sylvia, Our family was very blessed to know you both.We are very saddened to hear of Merle's passing. He was a blessing to us all.I pray you feel our Heavenly Father's peace and love during this time of need. May our prayers and love be with you always! Love you Sister Mary & Paul and family
 

Michael posted on 8/30/19
Choosing cremation or burial is a personal choice, and it is all about making what you feel is the right choice. You need to feel comfortable with your decision, as it will help you to come to peace with the situation.
 

Cynthia Hill posted on 8/29/19
I appreciate the mark this special woman made upon my life.
 

Oliver Ray posted on 8/29/19
It is good to know that you can still have a funeral service and then the cremation later after the memorial service. As you mentioned, having a memorial service and viewing will help many have a sense of closure that can be so critical in our lives. Having a memorial service seems to be the utmost importance and it shouldn't be neglected even if you are cremating.
 

Anna Green posted on 8/29/19
So sorry for your loss. Praying that you will find comfort in sharing memories with your family and friends about your love one. May God continue to bless you all.
 

Anna Green posted on 8/29/19
Very sorry for your loss praying you will find comfort in sharing memories with family and friends . May God continue to bless each of you.
 

Peggy Vernon posted on 8/29/19
Prayers for strength and comfort for all the family during this difficult time. So many fond memories of times spent with Karen. Sincere condolences from Gene and Peggy Vernon.
 

Wally Dusek posted on 8/28/19
Deepest sympathy Wally Dusek and family
 

Mike Reed posted on 8/28/19
So sorry for your families loss B K , but we know she’s in a better place now. Prayers for you all old friend..Karen was a wonderful lady and will be remembered by many ..
 

Retta Morris posted on 8/28/19
BK & family I’m so sorry to hear of Karen’s passing. My heart & prayers are with you & your family.
 

LM Gonzalez posted on 8/28/19
I'm so sorry for your loss, Martin & Mary Lou. Hugs, prayers and sympathy for you and your family. Know that I am here for you if you need me.
 

Dana Driver Dennison posted on 8/28/19
Corky was a wonderful man. Always so generous and caring to all he came to meet. He will be truly missed by so many. He was very special to my family. Prayers of strength and comfort to the family and friends.
 

 
Nancy Solcher posted on 8/28/19
A good and generous man that I always will be grateful for.
 

 
Cynthia Dutchover posted on 8/28/19
My sincere condolences to the entire family. I pray that God will dispatch Angels of peace and comfort during this difficult time~ Cynthia Dutchover
 

Judy Malechek Solomon posted on 8/28/19
With deepest sympathy. Former Wall schoolmate with Helen.
 

Joyce Widman posted on 8/27/19
Thank you Mommy for a lifetime of memories. We shared both the good and the bad times. I will forever be thankful that you were my Mother. I know that you did your very best to be the best Mother and Wife that you could be. You will be forever in my heart. I know you will be watching over me and protecting me. I love you till eternity ❤️
 

Nancy Higgins-Solcher posted on 8/27/19
Corky will live on and on through and because of all his hard work in establishing the premier company, The Bosworth Company, which has succeeded in helping so many people. I remember him as the father-in-law to my daughter Shannon and grandfather to Trey, Morgan, Catie, Annabeth and John. He was always kind to me, generous to all of my family through his son Randy. I am very sorry Julie. If there is anything I can do to help please let me know. May God’s loving arms especially encircle you now and my daughter and her family.
 

peggy sikes posted on 8/27/19
Dorothy was a great camper. We went to New Mexico with her and Harold. Had a lot good memories. A great sister-in-law that always putting flowers on the graves of love ones. A lot of good memories of this great lady.
 

Sherry & Jim Martin posted on 8/27/19
My love & most heartfelt sympathy to the family of this beautiful, loving aunt of mine! I cherish the memories of all of the times we had together-she was like a second mom, & I spent as much time at their house as Karon & I were able to talk the parents into! She will be missed by her earthly family, but what a day of rejoicing it was when she arrived in Heaven, & what joy it is for us to look forward to seeing her & the rest of our "bunch" again someday! Our prayers are with you for peace & comfort now & in the days ahead! Sherry & Jim
 

Stephanie DesOrmeaux posted on 8/27/19
My condolences to all of you, Aunt Becky, Teresa, Neal, and all the little cousins. I’m sending you love and hugs and prayers as you grieve, remember fun times, and thank God for John.
 

Lupie Guel posted on 8/27/19
To My Tia Guera and all my cousins, we are deeply saddened by the loss of our Tio Vicente. Even though we are far away our hearts ache with yours and you are in our thoughts and prayers. We love you all. Jose, Delia, Lupie, Jose Jr., Jesse and Kristi Guel.
 

Suzanne Scism Hildebrand posted on 8/27/19
I went to school with John at MHS. I remember him to be a quiet, kind young man, someone liked by all. It didn’t surprise me that he served his country with honor and distinction and for that i am grateful. I send my most sincere condolences to his family.
 

Duane Knapp posted on 8/26/19
So sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you.
 

Tom Baden posted on 8/26/19
We mourn with you … and believe with you that "neither death nor life … nor anything else in all creation is able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus, our Lord." Melvin used to attend the Lutheran church in Rankin on occasion when my dad conducted services there in the late 1960s and early 1970s. May God give the family the peace and comfort only He can give.
 

Jo smith posted on 8/26/19
So sorry for your loss but your Dad had wonderful life with his children and grandchildren. He must have been a great Dad, let you march Cavaliers, and I know know he was a hard working man who was special.
 

Louise Whitaker posted on 8/26/19
Abel, I am sorry for the loss of your father .My thoughts and prayers with you and family.
 

Tabitha Davidson posted on 8/26/19
My deepest condolences To the Solis Family! My God be with your family during this time! Lots of love and prayers
 

Connie Hargrave posted on 8/26/19
I didn’t know John personally but I do know Becky & her daughter ... I know Becky loved John & he was a good husband & a great granddaddy to his grandkids ... he’s like my husband Dean ... you couldn’t tell they were not connected by blood ... But that doesn’t make a parent or grandparent ... time spent together , love exchanged & mutual respect is what makes a parent or grandparent ... John’s heart was big enough to give both ... His place in Heaven is reserved & I look forward to knowing him in eternity ... sincerely , Connie Hargrave
 

Diana Kizziah posted on 8/26/19
Dearest Lisa and Family. My sincerest sympathy for your loss. Even though I didn’t know Mr. Daniel personally, I know he loved his family very much. God bless all of you and may He give you peace and love during this time. My thoughts and prayers are with you always. Love Diana
 

Natalia Brown posted on 8/26/19
My Deepest Sympathy to the Ramirez Family. Lalo was such a Kind person always with a smile. Always friendly to every one. The heavens and the stars will shine brighter with Lalo. Love you and will I miss you Cousin. Natalia Ramirez Brown
 

Jack Ansley posted on 8/26/19
Condolences to all the family. We have lost a good guy and a good friend. May the Good Lord surround you with his love at this difficult time.
 

Diana Kizziah posted on 8/26/19
Dear Lisa and family. My sincerest condolences on your loss. I know he loved his family very much. Thoughts and prayers are with you today and always. God Bless and give you peace Love Diana
 

Dianna Valdez posted on 8/26/19
My sincerest condolences to the Solis family. May God give everyone, peace and comfort during this time.
 

Chris Presley posted on 8/26/19
I am sorry about Mr. Daniel. He was a great man to me. I always admired him. He was a true family man who put his family first. Love to Sylvia, Lisa, Neal, Nick, Tiana and Alicia!
 

 
Gary and Debbie Froemke posted on 8/26/19
We are saddened at the news of Merle, but look forward to a great reunion in our Heavenly Fathers Kingdom. We are so sorry to be out of town but know you all are in our thoughts and prayers. We love you Sylvia.
 

Derrill & Cherie Pope posted on 8/25/19
Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of the family. May God comfort you in this time of great loss.
 

Del and Dell Berger posted on 8/25/19
So sorry to hear of your loss and our prayers go up to the whole family. We know he will be greatly missed, but his race and suffering are over and he is at peace and we will see him again at a better place. May God give you peace and guidance during this difficult time!!!
 

Vickie and Steve Bailey posted on 8/25/19
Condolences to the loss of your loved one Comfort and prayers for all of you
 

Linda Robinson posted on 8/25/19
Robert , So sorry for your loss ,sounds like he was a great man , NTW Dec 22 is also my BD ❤️
 

Maria watkins posted on 8/25/19
Our sincerest condolences to the family of Padrino Vicente Solis. He was a great man,anywhere he saw us always greeted (me and my husband) with a smile and firm handshake. Even though we didnt see him much the last few years; we knew he would welcome us in his home. Prayers for comfort during this difficult time for Madrina Maria and rest of his family. REST IN PEACE. Terry & Maria Watkins
 

Maria watkins posted on 8/25/19
Padrino Vicente Solis was a great man, anywhere he saw us(me and husband). Would always greet us with smile and firm handshake. Even though we didnt get to see him much the last few years. We always knew he would welcome us in his home. Prayers for comfort during this difficult time for Madrina Maria and all kids/grandkids. Maria & Terry Watkins
 

Judy Brandon posted on 8/25/19
I heard about Uncle Melvin’s death and have been keeping you in prayer. You may know that your dad was my baptismal sponsor, always there for me and for my mom. I am so grateful for his faithfulness and love of family. I will be holding you in my heart in the coming days. God is always with those who mourn and I trust you will be wrapped in arms of love and grace knowing your dad abides in God’s care.
 

Janet Tanigawa posted on 8/25/19
My memories of my Uncle Carl are filled with love and remembering his adventurous stories! His sports stories were my favorite! I do believe he was my inspiration to be the coach I am today. Pretty sure we were the only Physical Ed. teachers in the family. I could never get enough “sports talk” and Uncle Carl knew it all! He made my loving, sweet Aunt and awesome cousins (Teri & Carla) HaPpY ~ Great husband, great daddy, great Uncle and a great friend to many. He is forever loved and never will be forgotten. Ms. Tippy waiting for you in heaven. She got some stories, too! Hope you get a word in, Uncle!
 

 
Herschel h posted on 8/25/19
So sorry about Merle,but he is in good hands like Jerry.Our love to you and the kiddos.Love and prayers Sorry I won’t be able to come.
 

Linda Pettus Stockton posted on 8/24/19
I am sorry to hear Jean died in Nov. I just learned last Mon., on her birthday, Aug. 19! She was my "twin" cousin, born just hours after I arrived on the 18th. We played our life away as children, got into trouble many times, learned many lessons of life one way or another. Our play house was the chicken house or the smoke house or under a tree in what ever shade it afforded. She wasn't much for playing dolls. She did love to lock me in any outhouse we played in! Mischief was her middle name. Like most youngun's, she didn't like hard work but did put in some time hoeing and picking cotton, bringing in the cow's at sundown etc. A special memory is a 7th or 8th grade class party at her house and playing teen games like "Spin the Bottle." She was soon metamorphizing from a tomboy into a pretty young lady with the boys drawn to her like moths to a flame. Later years, she was like a magnet in any group.
 

lillian buchanan posted on 8/24/19
Melvin Meissner , your word was a bound. your handshake was a seal of contract. God was your first love. You were always there for me. You will be miss in this world.
 

 
Liz hodges posted on 8/24/19
I thought the world of Joyce always so kind and was a true friend I worked with her for many years at the big spring Va. May god give the family peace and comfort during this time of loss.
 

Norma Foster posted on 8/24/19
Melvin was a dear uncle and helped our family so much. He will be greatly missed. With much love.
 

Betty Haston posted on 8/24/19
DearJan, Jackie and families, I was saddened to learn of Joyce’s home-going. I’m lifting you up in prayer, asking our Lord to enfold you tightly and tenderly in His loving arms in the days ahead. So many sweet memories of Joyce. She loved life and her family. My best memories are if the way she supported all her young cousins in their sports, especially in softball, and even supported family members in their entrepreneurial endeavors, like the Big Spring mini mall!! I loved the way she and James poked at each other! She loved to have fun. She will be missed here on earth, but heaven is better!
 

 
Betty Haston posted on 8/24/19
Dear Jan, Jackie, and families, you’ve need very much in my prayers since hearing of Joyce’s home-going. I was saddened to learn of it. I’m will continue to keep you in prayer in the days ahead. May our Lord hold you all tightly and tenderly in His loving arms in the days ahead! Love, Betty Haston and family
 

Julia VanNatta posted on 8/24/19
I will miss my dear friend.
 

 
Stephanie Breckenridge posted on 8/23/19
I will miss you my dear friend ♥️ I know you are now healed
 

 
Cindy Collinsworth posted on 8/23/19
What a caring, gentle and God loving man you were, with a spirit full of promise. I Thank God for the opportunity to have known you and spent time on the cotton farm. I give highest gratitude for the unconditional love your family provided to you. What a Blessing!!! Rest In Peace Mr. Synatschk knowing you are loved and forever missed. Appreciate the wisdom and Guidance you shared with me. What a wonderful teacher!!!
 

Brandy Robledo Ramirez posted on 8/23/19
my condolences to the Ramirez family , my heart n prayers go out to u in this time..My the Lord heal your hearts n troubles , in this time of loss..Heaven gained an Angel.
 

Pam Ereira posted on 8/23/19
The picture of Martin in my mind will always be one when something tickled him and his eyes would fill with mirth as he’d lean forward with a barely contained chuckle. He was an amazing man who led a simple, hardworking, honest, Christian life. It is my privilege to have known him and I both celebrate his life and mourn his passing.
 

Vanessa posted on 8/23/19
Forever in our hearts and memories, rest easy Tio Lolo. Love, VS
 

Wesley Meeks posted on 8/23/19
I am very sorry for your loss. Prayers for you and your family.
 

Elsa Velasquez-Reed posted on 8/23/19
My prayers are with your family.
 

Patti Brown posted on 8/22/19
You will be dearly missed my sweet soul sister- I know your star will shine down upon all of us for eternity - I love you BIG.
 

Charlene Wooldridge posted on 8/22/19
I put a memory lots of fun with Joyce.
 

Charlene Wooldridge posted on 8/22/19
Joyce a wonderful friend . She was a teen ager in pals at the Nazarene church with Marvin and I had lots of fine, Joyce liked to plan parties after church on Sunday nights she would plan Jan did the work. I stayed in touch and she with me since a teen, she will be missed and I will miss the calls. Love to family . I won't be able to attend but will remember Joyce. Charlene Wooldridge
 

Ida L Raney posted on 8/22/19
Joyce was a very special friend. She was a caring person who showed an interest in people. She enjoyed life and lived her last days with grace and peace and dignity. Her many friends attest to her caring attitude. Loved her and will miss her. See you up there.
 

Dan Schreiner posted on 8/21/19
Who would have thought that an online friendship born in a western music chat room nearly 30 years ago, based on lyrics by Chris LeDoux, could have led to an outstanding business relationship of tax prep over the last 20 years. In spite of the fact our businesses were half way around the country, Lynn gave them the outstanding attention they deserved while, as always, riding for her brand. You'll be missed Hosslady! lamadan in Chris LeDoux and Ian Tyson country
 

Joe&Mary Jane Gonzalez posted on 8/21/19
We were sorry to hear of the passing of such a great lady. God bless all of you in the days to come
 

Joe and Mary Jane Gonzalez posted on 8/21/19
It is with a heavy heart that we offer our deepest sympathy to the entire family. Homer was a fine hard working man. He always remembered our family and asked how they were. May God put his loving arms around all of you in the days to come. We love you all.
 

Carol Roen posted on 8/21/19
Joyce was a coworker and friend who made you feel better with just a Hello and smile. She's is missed but is in the presence of Jesus now.
 

Adam & Shamayne Dunlap posted on 8/21/19
Oh sweet Joyce. No more pain or suffering. It was such a blessing to have you as a friend and coworker. Some one who cared so much about everyone else. We will miss you so much!
 

Robert Oakes posted on 8/21/19
Our Thoughts and Prayers are with the Family of Janet Henson Robert and Jody Oakes
 

Patti Meeks posted on 8/21/19
The world lost a wonderful person, and Joyce will sure be missed. Such a joy-filled Christian... kind, caring, involved with life, loyal, filled with love & joy. I know she has been sick for several years, and it makes me smile to know that she is now healthy & whole again, in the Light of glory. Goodbye, sweet friend, until we meet again in a far better place. Terry & I will truly miss you.
 

Norman Johnson posted on 8/21/19
We love you, Don. Thank you for being a part of our lives. You made us all better.We'll see you again for sure.
 

Sharon G Bunch posted on 8/20/19
Torchy, Mike, Mandy and Melinda..... (And the rest of the family too)! I am so incredibly sorry for your loss! He was one of the very few really good men! One of my earliest memories of Homer, is when I was just a little bitty kid, hanging out with my favorite person, my Daddy, and we would go to Homer's car wash! And I remember he and my dad taking for what seemed like an eternity.... But I knew he was a man to be respected, and respect him I have done my entire life! Loved him... Love y'all! Mom sends her best!
 

Melody Trout Barr posted on 8/20/19
My favorite uncle. Always made me laugh!! He will be greatly missed!! Go with God!!
 

Tammy Halfmann posted on 8/20/19
I am so sorry for your loss. Lynn took care of our financial statements for Glasscock County SWCD! We appreciated her time and dedication to us. Just talked with her not long ago! Was so surprised when I heard today of her passing. Prayers to all her friends and family! Tammy Morrison Halfmann and the Glasscock County SWCD
 

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Gayle Pothoff posted on 8/20/19
My heart is so sad tonight because I read of my sweet friend MaryLou’s passing. My name is Gayle Pothoff and I had the privilege of meeting Marylou at Vincent’s HairStyles somewhere around 1990 and for about 15 years or more I did her hair twice a week. I cannot begin to tell you how important she has been in my life. Even after I moved to Denison Tx to retire, she called me regularly just to make sure I was doing ok. The last time I called her she hung up immediately and I wondered if something was wrong. She was always a bit of a spitfire, and if she liked you she really cared about you, but if she didn’t like you then you would surely know it. She was a classy dresser and I loved all of her crazy socks. Lol. She and Jean Lent would cut up all the time. One of my favorite barbs they tossed at each other was “That’s the meanest white woman in town”. And then they hug each other. I loved Sterling too and was sorry to hear of his passing. He was such a kind sweet man. He helped me pick out my Soc Sec supplement and I’m so glad he did because he knew all about it. They invited me over several times for drinks and supper. I guess I just need to tell you all that I Loved and Adored them both. I don’t often get to Midland but if I can on Oct 12 I will be there.
 

Tom Parks posted on 8/19/19
It was always a special treat over the years to see Betty at church and her active support at its various functions. She personified all the good traits about being a solid, contributing member of the world in which she so warmly and successfully lived, and she so gracefully shared that wonderful world with all of us. What a prolonged, affirming legacy she leaves!.
 

Becky and Paul Colgin posted on 8/18/19
We came to know Betty as her neighbors at Manor Park and soon learned what a smart lady and sweet and caring soul she was. We will miss her so much and offer our sincere prayers for blessings and comfort for her family and those who were closest to her.
 

Artie and Sabrina Smith posted on 8/17/19
Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.
 

Ronnie Davis posted on 8/16/19
Such a sweet gal always smiling we will miss you. Ronnie Davis
 

Jerry Decker posted on 8/15/19
Elaine and Jerry Decker express sympathy with Lynn's family and thanks for years of association together in earlier times.
 

BV posted on 8/15/19
Bill was a wonderful man, he always acknowledged me and made my days great! I had the great pleasure of knowing Mr. Reece at Polo Park he truly cared about everyone and was always friendly. He reminded me of one of my favorite super heroes and that is Captain America. May Bill Rest In Peace.
 

Barbara Dreher posted on 8/14/19
Wanda, Donna, Doug and Family We are so sorry to hear of Don’s passing. All of the family here in Colorado stand ready to help in any way possible. Take care of each other at this difficult time. Love, Barbara and Bob Dreher and Family
 

Dolores Franco posted on 8/14/19
To Donna, Doug, Dylan, and Deandra- we are so sorry for your loss of your father, father-in-law, grandfather. We know this is such a difficult time for you all. We pray that you find good memories of happy times to help you through the days and weeks ahead. We love you all very much. To Wanda, we send you hugs and lots of support from your daughter's and grandchildren's Colorado family. We are so sad for the loss of your husband. We are wishing you nothing but peace and love. We are here for you all. Rest in peace Don. Love, Dolores and Manny Franco
 

Pastor Doug and Sally Johnson posted on 8/13/19
Donna and Wanda, we are so sorry for your loss. We will miss Don so much. With Love,
 

Linda Carter posted on 8/13/19
Our deepest sympathy goes out to all of Brandon's family and friends. The Carter Family Uncle Phil, Aunt Linda, and Shane
 

Jim Thompson posted on 8/13/19
My condolences to my sister in law Donna and all of her family.
 

 
Gloria Cordova posted on 8/13/19
Scott was my go to man when it came to fixing my AC’s in an apartment complex I managed for many years. He was always prompt, professional and very caring. There is no one that cared about the cooling needs of a customer than Scott. My condolences to Lisa and everyone that was touched by his passing. Love you my friend, we will see you again one day. God bless you all.
 

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Tom Dugan posted on 8/12/19
I’m very sorry for this loss. You couldn’t wish for a better pallbearer than Mike Dugan in life. Love, prayer and healing for the family, -Tom
 

Vance Wallace posted on 8/12/19
John was a big influence in my life as a young man, although he likely never knew it. I admired everything he did and looked up to him. I appreciated his friendship and kindness during that time. May God bless him and his family. Rest in peace cousin.
 

Seth Wilson posted on 8/12/19
I worked with Josh at the at the Prison Cornell/GEO. He never had a bad day, he was always smiling and always had a positive vibe that surrounded him. I can recall him always talking about his children, he will be missed. May God bless your family Josh
 

Jeff Wilcox posted on 8/12/19
I like the tip that you gave to choose a funeral home that has experience. My wife and I have been talking about finding a funeral home for my dad, and it would be important for us to know that we could be satisfied with the one that we would choose. If we decide to find a funeral home, I will be sure to look for one that is experienced.
 

 
Nancy posted on 8/12/19
Lighting a candle for the precious memory of your beloved Brandon.
 

Keith Grant posted on 8/12/19
So sorry for your loss, Aunt Myrl was one of the sweetest ladies in this world. She will be greatly missed by all. Prayers for the family.
 

P.B.O.B.I. posted on 8/12/19
We at the PBOBI want to send our prayers out to the family. We hope for your hearts to be at peace through this time.
 

Jesse "J J" Perez and family posted on 8/11/19
In the short time that I’ve been around you, I know you will be greatly missed by all that GOD gave the privilege of getting to meet and know you! I can not imagine the fun you and your dad and brothers are having in heaven at this time, but knowing you are no longer in pain makes it a little easier to take your departure from us. GOD please take the Pallanes and Martin family in your arms during this time of need, Amen
 

Angela Allgood Jones posted on 8/10/19
Sorry to hear of the passing of Harold. He was a great man. May you all hold dear the precious memories. Prayers to you all during this difficult time.
 

 
Jack Carsner posted on 8/10/19
Wonderful memories being in the Love home in San Angelo growing up. Always warm and welcoming. Her smile and laugh will always be a part of my childhood.
 

steve killingsworth posted on 8/10/19
I am proud to say that John was a friend and I loved him like a brother. He was one of the most generous persons I have ever known. Rest in peace John from a friend and colleague. Yogi
 

Larry Rucker posted on 8/9/19
John was a long time friend from Roswell High School and ENMU. We had many adventures together. One of the most memorable was our Hamburger Tour of the West. My condolences and sympathy. He will be missed.
 

Gracie Ovalle posted on 8/9/19
May you Rest In Peace. I will remember the good times we shared. Loved getting together with you and Diane, us going out to clubs and just having fun. You were funny and always in a good mood, loved your hair and how you would fix it up before we went out on the town. You were a good friend, there in the time of need.
 

 
Mickey & Debbie Horn posted on 8/9/19
Remembering Don, a wonderful friend & neighbor whom we loved. We miss you so very much
 

Tana Howard-Sands Counselor/Fine Arts posted on 8/9/19
Autumn and Kasey So sorry for your loss. Know we are sending thoughts, prayers and love for you all.
 

Tana Howard-Sands Counselor/Fine Arts posted on 8/9/19
Autumn and Kasey So sorry for your loss. We are sending thoughts, prayers, and love for you all.
 

Earl D Dawdy posted on 8/9/19
Go forth with God John...….time to rest...…..
 

LeAnn Herndon Bruton posted on 8/8/19
Louise and Charles were my "second parents". They were such an important part of my family. My love to Penny and the Brothers.
 

Jennifer Gillespie posted on 8/8/19
Kristen, Kasey & Autumn, We have been told of this tragic sad sad news as we have been out of town and are on the way back home ! No words can express the love and prayers we are sending to you all and as the days come and go. Josh defiantly was an amazing active patient kind loving daddy and husband that shined through no matter where he was. We personally have witnessed this ourselves as he played and joked not only with his own kiddos but with ours and others as well. I can’t imagine the nightmare you are all going through but do know that we are praying for some sort of peace and love to help fill the emptiness that has to be huge in your hearts and lives. If we can do anything Kristen please let us know ! If the kids want to come over sometime anytime or you just need a break you all 3 come to the house let the kids swim and we will visit. If you need help around the house please call. We are and will be here for you as you may need! All our love, Heath, Jennifer, Jett and K’Lyn Gillespie
 

MIN. RICHARD G. PACE posted on 8/8/19
GOD HATH NOT PROMISED SKIES ALWAYS BLUE. * flowered path ways, sun without rain, joy without sorrow * peace without pain. BUT GOD HAS PROMISED STRENGTH FOR THE DAY. *REST FOR THE LABOR, LIGHT FOR THE WAY *GRACE FOR THE TRIALS,HELP FROM ABOVE. UNFAILING SYMPATHY, *UNDYING LOVE...…..
 

Regenia Blackmon posted on 8/8/19
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family during their time of bereavement.
 

Jo Ann O'Daniel Doom posted on 8/7/19
Prayers for family & friends. Betty was one of the sweetest friends when we worked together at Malone & Hogan in the late 60's. She lived next door (on steakley) to my sister in earlier years. She lived a good life and will be remembered by many. Hold on to those good memories!
 

Wanda Turner posted on 8/7/19
One of the sweetest ladies ever. She will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved her. My prayers are for peace and comfort for all the family.
 

Nina Parker posted on 8/7/19
To: The Love Family, Sincerely my condolences May God be with you. During this time of Comfort and sorrow.
 

Darryl Yarbrough posted on 8/7/19
Our condolences to the family.
 

Darryl Yarbrough posted on 8/7/19
Very sorry to hear about Joshua.
 

Pamela Chambers posted on 8/7/19
Sincerely condolences to the Love family. May God be your comfort during this time of sorrow.
 

Sharri Pruett posted on 8/7/19
I wish to express our sympathy in the passing of Pool on behalf of myself and my family. He was always such a kind man toward us.
 

Paul Colgin posted on 8/6/19
I knew Tom from my many visits to Nueva Vista Golf Club, where Tom was always such a kind and friendly person to meet me and sign me up for a round. Unfortunately I never got a chance to play golf with Tom. I know that would have been a treat. To me Tom was one of those people you meet in life whose personal sincerity, kind nature, and sense of humor make you always look forward to seeing them again. Alas, that won't happen in this life; but if I make it to heaven, I'm sure Tom will be there to help sign me up! Meanwhile, I will surely miss him. I offer my sincere prayers of blessing and comfort for his loved grieving loved ones and friends.
 

JO ETTA HART posted on 8/6/19
I am so sorry for your loss!
 

Pamela Posey posted on 8/5/19
I was so saddened to learn of Mary’s passing. She was a wonderful lady and friend. I loved visiting and sharing with her while at the drug store. My prayers and heart are with you all at this time.
 

Kenneth & Gordon @ SIW posted on 8/5/19
Wishing you peace to bring you comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in you heart.
 

Kathy O’Brien Smith. posted on 8/5/19
I just learned of Laura’s passing. May God bless Laura and her sweet family. Laura and I have not stayed in touch through the years, but we were very close friends in high school and I want to say I have never know a nicer person. A special soul! Rest In Peace my sweet friend.
 

 
Victoria Salcedo posted on 8/4/19
Rocky and family, Our FC Dallas team family is with you praying for your mom to Rest In Peace and for you and your family for strength and hope.
 

Jean Lea Spitz posted on 8/4/19
Laura and I grew up together as my mother and Betty Jane were best of friends having both grown up in Wichita Falls. Laura and I shared a love of math and I always enjoyed catching up with her when there was a chance. Bob grew up across the street from me so both felt like family. I am so sorry to hear about her illness and passing. The world is a more empty place without her.
 

Karen Nicholson posted on 8/4/19
What a joy it was to work with Laura at Midland College. I liked reading here about her life long love affair with math; her esteem for the subject and compassion for the students was compelling. Midland is simply a better place for having had such a giving and thoughtful person in it. Karen Nicholson
 

Jim Long posted on 8/3/19
Bob and family, so saddened by news of Laura's passing. She was always so sweet and kind to me as she was to everyone she ever met,taught or was around, May peace and tranquility come to you and yous in this time of loss. I am sure Laura touched so many lives from family, her teaching,and friendships both old and new through out her life that like me sends their deepest sympathies to you and the family. God bless all. Jim Long
 

Sue Nelson posted on 8/3/19
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. Uncle Terry and Aunt Sue
 

Laurie Corbin, Glen Shedd posted on 8/2/19
Our family only knew Eldon for a short time at Mesa Springs, but he was one of the brightest, wittiest, and sweetest men we've known. He was so good to our mother, Melba Shedd, looking after her and checking her attendance at church. Well done, good and faithful servant, Eldon Herndon. You will be missed.
 

Billie webber posted on 8/2/19
Jack is my great grand baby He is loved very much.
 

 
Daniel Gonzalez posted on 8/2/19
Was saddened to hear about Mary she was always sweet knew my boys and ask about them over the years she will be missed.
 

Carrie Hopkins posted on 8/2/19
Mary always had a smile and an uplifting spirit. God has gained an angel. Praying for her family.
 

Hazel Fillmon posted on 8/2/19
My prayers and sympathy go to Forrest, Kirsten and family. May God continue to comfort, strengthen and hold you close at this difficult time. God is Faithful and will walk with you " through the valley". Hazel Fillmon
 

Dee Daugherty Hoge posted on 8/2/19
I am Laura’s cousin and grew up in Wichita Falls. Laura has always been the nicest person (probably also the smartest). I remember fun times on the too rare occasions when we were with our Midland cousins. In 2014 my grandson Glen was diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer a month before his second birthday. Laura sent him a gift every day he was in treatment every single day. It is impossible to describe how much that meant to all of us. Glen still remembers his cousin who gave him presents while he was sick. This is, I am sure, only one example of her kindness, but her memory will live on in our family forever
 

Dale & Sandy posted on 8/1/19
You are in our prayers.
 

Shelley Beaver posted on 8/1/19
I have known the Herndons since the day I was born. I cannot even begin to list the wonderful memories I have of Eldon - and the rest of the family. Forrest - Prayers for you and your whole family as yall celebrate a life well lived. He once told me that he was going to live to be 100 years old...he almost made it. Shelley Hall Beaver, Aurora CO.
 

Linda Frantz posted on 8/1/19
I did not meet Eldon until he came to Fairmont but he had the best hugs. He did not forget a name because he studied the directory. I have missed him and will miss him even more now. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.
 

Victoria Price posted on 8/1/19
Please be assured that I am thinking of all of your family in a special way at this time. Milly was such a lovely person; we will not forget her. Vicki Pricde
 

Clifford & Karen Palmer posted on 7/31/19
Bart & Laurie, I am sorry this is so,so, late but we just happened to run across your beloved son Sam’s passing. We don’t live in Midland anymore so we didn’t know it when it happened! We are deeply saddened for your family! We know that your loss will forever be great. Please know that we are praying for you! In loving friendship, Clifford, Karen Palmer and family
 

Khristi Fitting Moritz posted on 7/31/19
Millie was a tremendously caring woman; she was truly filled with the love of Christ and shared that love with me. I had the privilege of learning to share the gospel using the puppet ministry because of Millie’s teaching, and what I am sure was tremendous patience. My five years in the puppet ministry, with Millie as our guide and director, taught me about God’s love and grace but also life lessons that I still benefit from today. I cherish those years spent in ministry with her. While my husband was in his final days, Millie shared with me that she knew her time was short and for Jim to save her a seat in heaven. I am confident that they are sitting together at the feet of Jesus. My deepest sympathy to all her family. Love Khristi
 

sue Chambets posted on 7/31/19
Best grand son in law anyone could ask far if I needed help he would do Hubert to come help me ,I hated to ask him didnt want to take his time away from his family but he came And I greatly appreciated him. I will miss him ,miss him playing ball with Branson ,missing him holding his princess Brynlee ,miss him hold his lacy girl tight I loved you so so very much an I cant believe your gone I'll see you soon in Heaven where you can kid me all u want to
 

Arlene Talamantez Baldazo posted on 7/31/19
Im so sorry for the loss of your loved one. Mary you were a wonderful person, and will certainly be missed. May Jehovah God give your family the strength to endure your loss, prayers and hugs to your family.
 

Lynne Powell posted on 7/31/19
I’m so sorry Lacy for this tragic loss! Our prayers are with you and your family in this heart breaking time!
 

Jim and Mary posted on 7/31/19
So very sorry. Thoughts and prayers are with you. Jim and Mary
 

Jody Fraley posted on 7/31/19
I have many special memories of Joyce. She was always there to listen, talk or help me with anything. She was my rock when I was growing up. I could always depend on her. She taught me about Jesus, led me to The Lord and taught me right from wrong. One special memory is when I was a little girl every Friday during the summer Joy would take me to lunch at Taco Tico and then to M System when it was at Dellwood mall to buy groceries. That was our girls only time together and meant the world to me. She always made me feel special and loved. She knew I loved her and I know she loved me. She is in Heaven now with Vernon and Mike and is well and happy. Miss you and love you. See you again in Heaven when I get there.
 

Michele Martin (Bremond) posted on 7/31/19
Audrey I am so sorry for your lose. I will be praying for you and your family during this difficult time.
 

 
Cheri L Sextro posted on 7/31/19
THOSE WE love don't go away they walk beside us. In Loving Memory of Bonnie Fraley
 

Cheri L Sextro posted on 7/31/19
Morris and Kristian, May the comfort of friends and family be your strength now and in the days ahead. Please know our hearts ache for you as we give our deepest sympathy and thoughts . We love you, Gary and Cheri
 

 
Pae Edgington posted on 7/31/19
So sorry for your loss
 

Shelby Tyler posted on 7/31/19
I am so sorry! My prayers are with you all.
 

Nichols family posted on 7/31/19
Praying for peace and comfort for all hurting.
 

Dennis Fitzgerald posted on 7/31/19
Thoughts and prayers to family and friends. There are few right things to say after such a loss, there are those who will express condolences and sorrow and there will be those whom say awkward or inappropriate things out of shock and simply not knowing what to say. I unfortunately have also had to do this journey, and the one thing I found is that it is not what is said you feel the most, it's the absence of anything from those you would expect to. Later you will realize it was just their own inability to process the situation and are afraid to say the wrong thing. My heart goes out to the family and my hopes that you are surrounded by friends and family in this tough time. Dennis
 

Delia Morales posted on 7/31/19
I met Mary 10 years ago through my husband Chito Morales He works at White Motor Co. we live in Odessa... she welcomed Chito and I with open arms. She was a very beautiful person inside and out. Our condolences to the family .... May she Rest In Peace Delia Morales
 

Margaret Hiett Williams posted on 7/31/19
Precious Mary. What a loss Margaret Hiett Williams
 

Doug Lunsford posted on 7/31/19
When our Aunt Joyce smiled you knew it was genuine. She held everyone in high regard and love. I am reminded of a gem fresh from the ground when washed from its birth place into a stream it gleams in the light and sparkles in every direction. Her life was like that. To know JOyce was to know love and forgiveness. As that gemstone washes in the wind and in the rain and tumbles in life's current the edges turn smooth. The many glittering edges fade - reflecting the light with a glimmer of hope. Until at the end of the stream this smoothed gem is also polished. No matter where the light is shone on the gem it reflects that light in a steady loving glow and we see a large solid shimmering radiance of beauty. She is that solid light in our lives and we know she loved us and wanted the very best for us.
 

Debbie Hildreth McMurry posted on 7/31/19
I have wondered memories of Mary and My Granny, Both very strong Ladies of Lenorah. Heaven has another beautiful Angel. You will all be in my thoughts and prayers today and in the days to come.
 

Richard Lemon posted on 7/30/19
We’re sharing the sadness with her family and her dear friends as we remember Patty. Patty was a loyal friend. She could be funny, but she could also be serious. Patty loved to laugh and would often “tell it like it is.” I was especially amused by the way she could sound when she spoke with a little sarcasm. Everyone who knew her will know what I’m talking about. She was a friend that would do anything for a friend. Patty and I became friends when we worked together in the 1980’s and 1990’s. Ever since then, Patty along our friend Randy have all stayed in touch with each other. Even after I moved away from Midland, Patty and I spoke regularly and we occasionally we had the opportunity to get together-often at Tampico. Patty was always interested to hear what was going on with me, Debbie and our children. But I'm smiling as I think about the challenge of keeping her on the phone for very long at one time. Then there were all the stories that Patty, Randy and I shared and laughed about. Some we knew were true. Some we all knew we had made up, but we told them over again as if they were true and laughed and laughed. Patty never missed sending a card to me on my birthday and Randy on his, each containing a lottery ticket which we all hoped would be the “Big One.” And each year I would receive a call or text from her to remind me that Randy’s birthday was coming up so that I wouldn’t forget it. I’ll miss that, but more than that, I’ll miss Patty. Patty will remain in our hearts always. Richard and Debbie Lemon
 

 
Cecilia Carrillo posted on 7/30/19
Mary Fly With The Angels. Rest In Peace. You Will Be Missed At The Drug Store. Condolences To Your Family.
 

Annel Lopez posted on 7/30/19
Jack, your family loved you so much and fought so hard for your coming. Know that friends loved you without ever meeting you and you will forever be in our hearts. God needed you more than we did and now you can watch over your mom, dad and brothers on earth while being with your Heavenly Father. FOREVER LOVED. Annel and David
 

Misty posted on 7/30/19
We miss you so Bunkie! I know you’ll never be far from us ♥️
 

PAULA HENRY posted on 7/30/19
Mary was such a sweet person. I didn't know her outside of Stanton Drug but she always remembered me and my sister and our drink order. Prayers for her family.
 

Hesters posted on 7/30/19
Sending Angel Blessings,Prayers, and all our Love through the miles. May God be with each and everyone of you through this journey..
 

 
Phyllis Davis posted on 7/30/19
Sending love and prayers.
 

Curtis and Melissa Wilganowski posted on 7/30/19
So sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you. Curtis and Melissa Wilganowski
 

Dennis and Cindy Duff posted on 7/30/19
So sorry to hear about the loss of Joyce. I know this is a difficult time and pray for strength and comfort. There is no doubt that Joyce is in Heaven in the arms of our Lord.
 

 
Deb posted on 7/30/19
I have so many memories of you Aunt Bunky. I love you and you will be missed so much. I will never forget your laugh!
 

Tricia Aguilar posted on 7/30/19
Ushered straight to the arms of Jesus.
 

Grace Hernandez posted on 7/29/19
Erica I'm sorry for your loss, praying for you and your husband.
 

 
Pierce Broach posted on 7/29/19
In the fondest memory for Mary Green from Jerry’s friends at Plains All American Pipeline in Midland and Houston, Texas.
 

Melisa Brown Young Fowler posted on 7/29/19
My precious sweet ( Bunk) Bonnie Sue love you so much. You will always been in our hearts and forever my friend and best Momma. We love you so much its so hard letting you go, but I know God wanted you in his arms so you can be at Peace with all. I love you so much! Be Pretty! Melisa
 

Kent and Peggy Welch posted on 7/29/19
Our prayers are with you Sorry for your loss
 

 
Ñeca posted on 7/29/19
Mary te quise mas como mi hermana que como prima, fue un gran dolor saber de tu partida pero se que donde estas ya no hay mas dolor, pido a Dios nos de pronto consuelo , para tu esposo Jerry mi sobrina Audrey y mis primas les envió un fuerte abrazo. Mary vives en mi corazón
 

Pierce and Sandy Broach posted on 7/29/19
Jerry and Family: At times like these words have a hard time assuaging your sorrow but Sandy and I hope that you can take solace in the fact that Mary is now free of pain and resting in a very blessed place. She was truly a wonderful lady that brought sheer joy into the lives of those she met. God be with all of you during these difficult times but we all know that she is up there smiling on all of you. Pierce and Sandy Broach
 

Gina Aaron posted on 7/29/19
JoAnn did put a good fight I will miss seeing her at the estate sales we both frequented and visiting with at the same. JoAnn will be missed. The Aaron family offer our deepest sympathies for your loss. May God's perpetual light shine upon her.
 

Richard Smedley posted on 7/29/19
Patty was the strongest, most loyal person we have ever had the pleasure of knowing. She will be missed. Richard, Johni, Austin and Morgan Smedley
 

Tom Millhollon posted on 7/28/19
Never a nicer guy. Really sorry to hear about Gary’s passing.
 

Jimmy/Patsy Lujan posted on 7/28/19
Our deepest sympathies in the loss of your mother. Prayers for you and your family
 

Jeanette Dickie posted on 7/28/19
So sorry to hear about “Granny”. I am so glad I got to visit with her while she was in the hospital. She was a special lady. I know you will all miss her.
 

Lee Florence posted on 7/28/19
Dear Lynda and Sandra, I was saddened to hear that your wonderful mother has passed. She was a kind and beautiful lady. I will never forget how she--all of you actually--stood with me when Wanda passed. I felt like I was invited into the family. That meant a great deal to me. And all of you treated Debra kindly as well. God bless all of you and God bless JoAnn. She was such a joy to be around.
 

Iris Bullard Foster posted on 7/28/19
We are glad Granny has won the battle over her disease and its myriad complications! She was a unique individual and will be missed. Blessings on her beloved family!
 

Dr. (Lt. Col) David R. LeMaster posted on 7/27/19
My beloved sister was one of the most outstanding human beings who ever walked the earth. Her personal business skills and her abilities to organize and supervise were exemplary to say the least, and she was able to use such skills not only in business -- but in her voluntary work with her church and social organizations. JoAnn and our brother, Jim, were my role models beginning in the early times when we were children in the 1930's and 1940's, and she continued in that role throughout her entire lifetime. We may all rest assured that Heaven will be a superbly organized and efficiently run place, now that she is there.
 

Vita Guevara posted on 7/27/19
She was my neighbor and when the family went to live in midland she gave me her rose bushes. She was a lovely person my condolences. The Joe Guevara family.
 

Carmen and Jaime posted on 7/27/19
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.
 

Bobby Malone posted on 7/27/19
So sorry for your loss. I’ll miss my partner
 

Fernie, Bonnie and Ace posted on 7/27/19
Our thoughts and prayers are with you, it’s not easy to say goodbye but know she is resting now. Love you all!
 

Terry and Karen Lammey posted on 7/27/19
So many memories, so many stories, so hard to believe that you've ridden off into the sunset. We love you, we miss you, we remember..............
 

Kim and Frank Stowers posted on 7/27/19
Kim and I cherish the times we had with Larry and Carol at SLUMC and through Emmaus. Unfortunately we are out of town this weekend so are unable to be with you at the service. Please know you are all in our prayers. God’s blessings to all.
 

Sheila Cook posted on 7/26/19
Sorry for the loss of Vince. I only knew him through his mom and his wife. May God give you all peace with his passing
 

Howard and Lori Osburn posted on 7/26/19
We are so sorry for your loss. Prayers for you and your family.
 

Howard and Lori Osburn posted on 7/26/19
Gaylon and Tyna we are so sorry for ur loss. Prayers for your family at this time of need.
 

Debbie Conner posted on 7/26/19
My deepest sympathies to the whole family. She was a one of kind angel who was very unique and devoted to people around her. I will deeply miss her sweet smile and her personality. RIP Dorothy Debbie Conner
 

Karen Junker and family posted on 7/26/19
R.I.P. Vince, so hard to believe, keep watch over your Wendy . Hope you are at peace..... much love ♡
 

Ozzie Aguilar posted on 7/26/19
Sorry for your loss. I will miss you brother. Ozzie
 

 
Andreia Medlin posted on 7/26/19
My condolences to Lyndel and John. I'm so sorry for your loss.
 

RL and Kathy Orth posted on 7/25/19
Please accept our sincere condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with Wendy, Scott and family.
 

Betty Taylor Cox, posted on 7/25/19
... her classmates from our first year in college, 1951-52, at Hockaday Junior College have just learned of Patty's death, and for all of us, I want the family to know how proud of her we were for all she did as an educator, and a founder of the "Storytelling Festival" in 1992. Over the years I'd talk with her by phone about Hockaday events, and ask for her news. There was always news about the storytelling efforts! That must have been such a rewarding part of her life, to see it grow and become a part of Midland's life. She was a warm and amazing person, and we will miss her.
 

Bobby Malone posted on 7/25/19
So sorry for your loss. I will miss my pardner.
 

Dr. Janis M. Roan posted on 7/25/19
Bill was one of the finest gentlemen I have ever known. A brilliant intellectual, he was equally sensitive, compassionate and considerate. He will truly be missed.
 

Tracy Baugh posted on 7/25/19
Our deepest condolences to the family of Mrs. Kidwell. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time of loss. We were so very honored to assist in her care ; what a blessing she has been to us. staff of Home Instead Senior Care
 

Mike Garcia posted on 7/24/19
Our deepest condolences and prayers go out to the family. May you rest in peace Vince.
 

 
Rhonda and John Bourke posted on 7/24/19
Vince, My Friend!! I will cherish all laughs and all great times we all had. It's no secret life will not be the same without you here. I Pray you watch over all who loved you, and I pray you've found peace. My Thoughts and Prayers for all who are effected by this huge larger than life loss! John and I are here for Y'all! Love you all so much!
 

 
Tammie Lesley posted on 7/24/19
Ride in Paradise my friend!!! You are and will be truly missed!! Much love to you and your wife, Wendy, and your family! Thanks to Jesus, we will all meet again.
 

Kellie D. Murrish posted on 7/23/19
Wendy,, I am so sorry for the loss that you and your family are suffering. VInce had to Be a hell of a guy. I will be in prayer in the coming days as you learn a new normal without your love. I pray for your Son as he finds his way through life without his father. May he lean on you and your understanding. I pray for your Mother and Father as they care for you during this time of transition. I pray that God blesses you and gives you the courage and the strength to find the new chapter in life that He has instore for you. I love you and I will keep you in my prayers in the coming days. In Christ Jesus name I pray these sentiments. Amen
 

 
Toni Lynskey-Moad posted on 7/23/19
Vince was a true Lynskey. Sarcastic and sassy. Love you cuz. R.I.P and see you on the other side. ❤
 

Kelsey Brown Foreman posted on 7/23/19
Sending you love, prayers, and condolences.
 

Tammy L Foster posted on 7/23/19
I visited Ricky on his birthday and we spoke a lot about how important it is to spend time with ou r family ❤️ because our time is short here on this old world. He was giving me advice. He was wise and articulate. I know he's in a better place now and feeling no pain. I will miss our talks. Praying for his family.
 

Victor Garza posted on 7/23/19
Mr. John thank you for all you taught me at John Deere I still to this day remember our time and conversations we had you were a great teacher God Bless and may you rest in peace.
 

Victor Garza posted on 7/23/19
I started in May of 1995 at John Deere in Big Spring met John and he became my teacher in parts, thru over 23yrs I still remember many things he spoke and taught me. I will miss you my friend may you rest in peace.
 

 
Candyce Park posted on 7/23/19
Aunt Pat, Thank you for all the encouragement and love you shared with me over the years!
 

Cecilia Delacot posted on 7/23/19
I am so sorry for your loss, I have such special memories of your family. Praying for each of you.
 

Evan & Tammy posted on 7/22/19
Dearest Mark & Dana, We are so sorry for your loss. I know Jack will be greatly missed, but he is celebrating in Heaven with his beautiful bride, Earlene now! Sending much love, Evan & Tammy
 

Cynthia Lazos posted on 7/22/19
Our condolences to Vince's family & friends, our prayers are with you. My son and I met you At RCIA, you were always smiling. You will be missed. RIP, VINCE.
 

Pam Castellano posted on 7/22/19
Sweet Kristi, I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family will be held close in my prayers and thoughts.
 

 
Terrie Wilson posted on 7/22/19
May God guide and comfort Wendy, Vince's family and friends during this difficult time. I love you Vincekosky and I will miss you! You were such an amazing person! Sorry I never made it to Sturgis with you guys. We talked about it all the time. RIP my sweet friend.
 

Travis Fisher posted on 7/21/19
My heart goes out to the family of Jack Brown. I just met Jack a few months ago when he came into Fisher Jewelers’s to have me do work for him. I was honored to receive a poem from Jack that he wrote about being a Christian. We had several talks in my office less than 3 weeks ago about his loving wife and how deeply he loves and misses her. He talked about his kids and his granddaughter. He was a proud family man. My short experience with Jack on this earth will never be forgotten. I will cherish that framed poem that he gave me for the rest of my life. It hangs on my office wall with pride!! Rest In Peace my friend. Until we meet again you will be remembered. God Bless his family and friends during this difficult time.
 

Carolyn and Dale Stice posted on 7/21/19
Our sincere condolances are extended to the Rudy Parkison family. He was an active participant in many Manor Park activities . His out going personality made him an enjoyable person to be around. He was a gentleman and well versed in many subjects. We will dearly miss our special friend . God Bless You!
 

Ann Parish posted on 7/20/19
Sharon was a great "Retired Teacher." She served TRTA as local president, as a delegate to convention, and as a committee chair--sometimes more than once. She was always smiling and ready to volunteer. We will miss her.
 

Bill Ripley posted on 7/20/19
Sorry to just find out about Ed's passing. I worked with Ed for Humble Oil in Oklahoma City. He was technically outstanding and had a great sense of humor.
 

 
Gene and Aleda Reagan posted on 7/20/19
Watched you grow up into a fine young man. You, Bruce and Russell have been reunited for bike riding and lots of laughter. We'll all be together someday to be with you. Going to miss you and the bantering.
 

Jimmy Foresyth posted on 7/20/19
Rest in peace, cousin Louie Ross.
 

Janie BOADLE Pope posted on 7/20/19
I’m so sorry to learn this. Marty, my heart goes out to you. You r n my prayers, my friend.
 

 
Kelli Tapley posted on 7/19/19
I love you Mom! I’m so happy to know you are with Dad! Until we see each other again, please know I love you so very much! YOU WERE AND ARE, THE BEST MOM EVER!
 

Howard E Ehler posted on 7/19/19
Sharon was a wonderful person and will be greatly missed. Condolences to the family. Howard & Rita Ehler,
 

Roger Billingsley posted on 7/18/19
I'm so very sorry for your and your daughters loss Mike. Diane and I will never forget the time we got to share with you and Bobbie when ya'll came to visit. Bobbie got so excited when we were down at the dock feeding those catfish. We may not be there with you physically but our thoughts and prayers are. We love you Mike, and are praying for you and your daughters. Roger and Diane
 

Becca Cramblitt posted on 7/18/19
We are so sorry for your loss, but so very thankful she knew the Lord & is with Him now. We are lifting the family up in prayers for comfort, peace & joy! Love, The Knightons & Cramblitts (Becca’s married name)
 

David & Lisa Britton posted on 7/17/19
To my High School BF Marcos, so hard for me to write this, so many childhood memories of laughter we shared together. You touched so many lives and hearts. You will always be in my heart. I will miss you my brother.
 

Tina Britton Saiz posted on 7/17/19
Patsy and family I’m so sorry for your loss. Wishing you peace to bring you comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart. I’m praying for you and you family take comfort that Marcos is at peace and watching over all of you. RIP Marcos
 

Mark Frysak posted on 7/16/19
Sorry for your loss. Mr. Zuniga will be missed. I remember him working in the gin, making it hum like it was new. Watching him listening to it, if something went wrong, he had it under control and humming again. He always had a smile on his face(even when the press broke again). I think he could fix anything and wasn't scared to tackle it and most of the time make it better. He was a vital part of our community. Yes a elegant quiet gentleman, ready to help a young farmer with a problem, fix it and leave with a twinkle in his eye, headed to the next problem.
 

 
Terri Bramley posted on 7/16/19
She was a wonderful, funny, kind spirit that I had the pleasure of meeting and getting to spend time with since Oct. 2018. I can’t say I have ever met someone that has open arms for anybody as easy as she did. She will be greatly missed and I’ll remember our short lived friendship forever. Fly high beautiful.
 

Terry Land Gallardo posted on 7/16/19
My mom was your babysitter and I remember you were with fondness. Her name was Ruth Land. Rest In Peace Ross.
 

Lynda Caswell posted on 7/16/19
Dearest Mike , Kristi, Dawn , Zoey,(Bouncer) and the two other members of Kristi’s Family ~sorry~ can’t think of their names . But anyway , I hope U know how very much , I love U all ! Don’t know if I can tell anyone how very much I loved you wife and mother . She was a friend from way back there , in School, in Seminole . Didn’t get to see her very much , because she had to hurry and get home after School, or get into big trouble! After I left School in 67’ I didn’t see her again until 1970.We we’re living in Hobbs and her and Mike lived in Hobbs . So we started getting together during the time the guys were at work. But she was so afraid to answer the door at home, because ( no telling what Mike or her Mother told her about having strange men in the house ) was not right ! Bobbie was a different breed of wife and rules. But that was ok. Bobbie would make Mike come to our Permanent Cookware Parties! The guy selling the very expensive pots & pans , was very entertaining ‼️ He cooked a whole meal in one pot and a Pineapple upside down cake in a skillet on top of the Stove !! Well , we all , wanted that Cookware , but it was so expensive for our incomes at the time !! Oh , but , it would be so easy to pay for , by making payments , for the rest of your life ‼️‼️ But it was a fun time . I knew Kristi, when she was less than a year old and longer . Then they left Hobbs to move to Houston , I think,then we lost touch with each other for lots of years . Then out of the blue one day , the phone rang and it was Bobbie ‼️ We were so excited to be in touch again , it made us both very very HAPPY ! I would go to Midland and visit and stay with them , every now and then. We always had fun together , doing absolutely nothing. But we laughed more than ever . It’s kinda like ~~U kinda had to be there , to find out what we were laughing about! Which was usually about not much of anything! We were just having fun , being good friends! I loved her like a sister , and I will miss her every single minute of every Day I won’t have anyone to call and talk for hours anymore ~~~~~~~~~~ ! ! ! I can’t thank Vickie TAYLOR and BettyAnn G.for inviting me to go to Dallas with them , to see Bobbie ! They didn’t even know me or really who I was ?? I will never forget their generosity , ever ‼️There aren’t very many people like that in the world , anymore! I know most of U already know all of this stuff, but it was important to me to speak it ! Bobbie was so very proud of everyone in her Family ! And she made sure that they knew it ! She was a very loving & caring,thoughtful person.’ I will love love love her always
 

Mary watkins posted on 7/16/19
Anita, patsy and Tomas. So sorry for the loss of Marcos. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the rest of the family. Terry & Mary Watkins
 

Vondie Silipo posted on 7/16/19
Kristi - I'm so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
 

Delores Haynes posted on 7/16/19
Christi, my Deepest Sympathy to you and your family during the passing of your mother. Take comfort in knowing that to be absent from this body, is to be present with our Lord. My continued prayers.
 

Renee Ortiz posted on 7/15/19
Through you Marcos I met my best friend....RIP MARCOS
 

 
Kim posted on 7/15/19
I know you had a very hard life maybe lots of things were your own fault making bad choices. But you had good qualities too. Tommy was your best friend I knew you would not last long after he past away. He looked after you for so long till he couldn’t anymore. You loved your wife Tina tried “your best “. You loved animals especially dogs. You loved to reminisce about trying out for the Dallas Cowboys multiple times they just didn’t know what they were missing. You were a lifeguard at Webb Airforce Base and when I was a little girl my brother a lifeguard too would take me to work with him and between you and all the others watching I got away with nothing and no one messed with me. I had to sit right by the the stand or you blew that whistle and yelled you were telling my mama. You were a proud volunteer firefighter. You had family you just lost them and they lost you. Rest now Louie and reminisce with Tommy and Tina and all your fur babies I am sure they were so happy to see you♥️
 

Sheryl Johnson Kitchens posted on 7/15/19
Patsy & family, I’m so sorry for your loss! Marcos was always a sweetheart, a friend to everyone, made us laugh in choir & in our classes. Marcos was a character & I know he loved you dearly. Please accept my deepest sympathy. May the Lord wrap his loving arms around as you lean upon him for strength & guidance. We know for sure Marcos is up in heaven with our Big O & having the best tone of their lives, no more pain or suffering but rejoicing in their new bodies playing football, basketball, softball & I’m sure disc golf. Our class of BSHS 1993 has lost another wonderful, beautiful, loving & kind soul. RIP Marcos #BSHS #93
 

Renee S Ortiz posted on 7/15/19
REST IN PEACE MARCOS
 

Mike Guadagno posted on 7/13/19
I used to go to Les boot camp classes in San Diego. He just had a way of making you feel comfortable and motivated. I was just thinking about that and looked up his old YouTube videos and went to go search for his site and stumbled upon this. I am just so shocked he's gone. I sure wish I could have told him how cool he was and how much of an impact just being trained by him had on me. I don't know what happened but it shouldn't have. I am just so bummed now. I hope there is an afterlife and you're happy, Les.
 

Garth Wright posted on 7/11/19
The Wright brothers offer their heartfelt condolences to the family of one of our best neighborhood and LIttle League baseball buddies. Ken as well as brothers Pete and K'Jay will always be such a big part of our early lives in Midland. We are truly honored to call the Carters our friends. Speaking of Little League, I'm sure our dad is pitching batting practice to Ken in Heaven at this very moment.
 

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Christopher Renaud posted on 7/10/19
So sorry for your loss. I so much enjoyed working with Ed but truly cherished his friendship and humor. Our annual $1.00 OU vs Texas bet and his joking to me about "The University" will always be remembered and missed. We shared many a conversation in one another's office and I will always admire his deep love for Bobbie, his faith, children, grandchildren & great grandchildren. I am so thankful to have gotten to know Ed. Blessings to all of the Lookabaugh family.
 

BILL ISOM posted on 7/10/19
MY DEEPEST SYMPATHIES TO BOBBIE AND THE LOOKABAUGH FAMILY. ED WAS A GREAT FRIEND, BOSS AND MENTOR TO ME I WILL ALWAYS BE GRATEFUL FOR THE EFFORT HE MADE IN TEACHING ME THE OIL BUSINESS AND GEOPHYSICAL INTERPRETATION. HE WILL BE MISSED BY ALL.
 

Stuart Sherman posted on 7/10/19
May God be with you and heal the pain. Jesus is always there for you.
 

 
David Welch posted on 7/10/19
My favorite Aunt !! I want to pick up the phone and call her so bad SO sent $50 to Juanette4 Welch Garden Fund at her assisted living center
 

Hannah Swift posted on 7/10/19
Our thoughts & prayers are with you...........
 

MARIA WATKINS posted on 7/10/19
Linda and rest of family, so sorry to hear of the loss of Sandy, she was a great lady. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Mary & Terry Watkins Petra Tovar
 

Reg & Virginia Lyle posted on 7/10/19
We are saddened to learn the passing of Ed, even though he is now resting in eternal grace. We will be in prayer for Bobbie during this difficult time.
 

Martha and Mike Schneider posted on 7/10/19
So sorry for your loss.
 

 
Sarah Garza posted on 7/9/19
SENDING AIR HUGS TO MY FRIENDS...WE CARE
 

 
Sherry and Eddy Edge posted on 7/9/19
Ken was one of the finest men I’ve ever known. He always had your back, no matter what. I know he will be missed greatly by a lot of people. Rest In Peace, Ken. You’ve earned it. My thoughts and prayers are with Lezlie and the Girls.
 

Steven Wright posted on 7/9/19
Michael, I was saddened at the news of your Dad passing away. I always enjoyed visiting with him. Know that all of Y’all are in my thoughts and prayers! God Bless! Steven Wright Longview, Texas
 

 
Don & Chantel Smith posted on 7/8/19
We will always love and miss you Dad
 

 
Terri Dice posted on 7/8/19
Just want to let all of Aunt Sandy's family know I love them. I'm so sorry you are all going thru this. Her and Uncle Billy are having a glorious reunion in Heaven and Dancing in the Sky.
 

Margaret Wilson Davidson posted on 7/8/19
I've known Larry since I was a kid. I will miss seeing him around town. Condolences to all the family and friends.
 

Cindi Evans posted on 7/8/19
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Love you all! Andrew, Cindi, Ryan and Ethan Evans
 

Kay Rodgers Flowers posted on 7/8/19
I was sorry to hear of Sandra’s passing. I worked with her (not directly) at BSSH she was a very sweet lady. I know her family and friends will miss her greatly! Prayers for your family.
 

Joyce Sherrod posted on 7/8/19
Joe, my heart is with you. Patty's beautiful personality will long be remembered and cherished in the hearts of her friends and students, I will be among them.
 

L.A. Caldwell posted on 7/8/19
Brother Gayle Reeves and I ministered together a good number of times at memorial services for family members. Pat and I also had the privilege of conducting services and preaching revivals at Calvary some years ago. We loved the Reeves family and found Brother Reeves to always be thoughtful and considerate and a cut above many of those we served with. I remember well his sense of humor--during one of our revival services there, it was about time to start service and I couldn't find my Bible. I was in panic mode when I noticed Gayle grinning. He asked me if I had looked in the refrigerator and I told him I had not, but then proceeded to the fellowship hall cafeteria and looked in the fridge. Sure enough it was there cold as a winter day, sermon notes and all. His excuse for putting it there was to cool down some of those sermons I'd been preaching. Had many laughs about that later. We pray that God will bring comfort and peace to his wife Nova Lena and the family.
 

Stephanie tucker bode posted on 7/8/19
Love you Memaw! Have fun in heaven with cow paw. You will truly be missed! I love you so much.
 

Susie Ledesma posted on 7/8/19
AWW I AM SURLY GONNA MISS YU MY GUY I LOVED WORKING FOR YOU EVERYDAY I CAME OUT TO YUR HOUSE I WAS ALWAYS IN A HAPPY MOOD JUST CAUSE I KNEW YU WERE DEPRESSED I ALWAYS TRIED TO CHEER YOU UP NOT WAT I WANTED TO SEE THE DAY I FOUND YOU IT BROKE ME IT TORE ME TO A MILLION PIECES LARRY YU WILL ALWAYS AND FOREVER REMAIN IN MY THOUGHTS AND HEART STILL CANT GET OVER YU BEIN GONE WE HAD MANY MORE DAYS YEARS TO GO BUT MY GUY YUR IN HEAVEN SMILING DOWN TAKE CARE AND ILL SEE YU AGAIN LATER ON IN LIFE MABEY I WILL CUM WORK FOR YU DO THE BEST JOB LIKE YU ALWAYS SAID R.I.P LARRY YUR GONNA TRULY BE MISSED YOU WERE A SWEET AND CARING MAN I LOVED TO LISTEN TO ALL YUR PROBLEMS AND I TRIED TO HELP YU GET OVER IT. FLY HIGH WID THE ANGELS TIL WE MEET AGAIN LOVE ALWAYS YUR CAREGIVER SUSIE LEDESMA TIL KIMBO I SAID HEY MUCH MUCH LOVE FOR YALL.......THIS WAS A SWEET MAN MR. LARRY CHANDLER.
 

Rebecca Lancaster posted on 7/8/19
Aunt Sandy was the most caring and loving person. Her smile was infectious. She will be dearly missed.
 

Lyn Miller posted on 7/7/19
Juanette worked in the City Manager’s office while I was in the City Secretary’s office At the City of Midland. She was always a joy to talk to and tried to make everyone feel good. She was always ready to help when needed. She will be greatly missed.
 

Jill Howbert Russell posted on 7/7/19
The saying “If you can’t say anything nice, don’t say anything at all” exemplifies Patty. She was so classy and touched so many people through her years at MISD. My condolences to her family, especially April and Kristen. How she loved to talk about the two of you!
 

Cindy Smith/Oreath Cecil posted on 7/7/19
I knew Juanette when I was a child & remember her as a lovely, vivacious woman. Sending love & prayers to my cousin Juanice & all of the family.
 

 
Andie posted on 7/7/19
I have so many memories its hard to pick one. I remember one new years eve when I was staying with Grannie you called and told me how much you loved me and I was your favorite niece lol. I must have been 8 or 9 years old. My favorite memories are the Christmas' we spent at your house. Thanksgivings, Halloweens, Easters and July 4th. I got ready for my wedding to John at your house. You crocheted blankets for my son when he was born. But most of all you took care of me when I was a baby. You always said that I was your first daughter. I never doubted you loved me. I loved you too, but we all grew up and life just wasn't the same. Give Grannie and Grandpa and Julie and Uncle Billy a kiss for me. Say hi to John if you happen to see him and tell him I'm still waiting.. Hopefully we'll all be together again soon. Thank you Billy Wayne, Kristan, Haley, Lindsey, Jessica, Riley and Judy for taking care of Aunt Sandra. She was a treasure and will be sorely missed.
 

Rhea Fryar Voight posted on 7/7/19
I am so very sorry to hear about the passing of Larry. I have very fond memories of him. You guys will be in my prayers.
 

 
Kenneth & Carolyn Puckett posted on 7/7/19
I known Larry 65+ years he was a great friend that will be missed
 

 
Tricia Aguilar posted on 7/7/19
In memory of an honorable woman and United States Veteran
 

Tricia Aguilar posted on 7/7/19
Sometimes when I read through the obituaries, I come across one that truly touches my heart. This one was one of those that did. Although I did not know Miss Linda, I felt a connection while reading her life story. I am so grateful for the time Miss Linda served in the military, and I have much respect for her as a United States veteran. It was touching to read that she left behind the gift of her journal's, and I am sure it was a wonderful surprise blessing for her family to discover. So Miss Linda, although we have never met, I look forward to meeting you in Heaven. May the Angels lead you to paradise, my sister in Christ. ⛪
 

Stacey Childers posted on 7/6/19
I didn't realize until today that Ron had passed away. I remember him from bus #6 to Vincent. I remember him fondly! He picked on me, teased me, helped throw my sisters purse out the bus window in a lively game of "Keep away", and most importantly, brought me candy. He acted as a big brother, was kind to me, and I never forgot him. I'm so sorry for his loss to his family and friends.
 

Emily Middleton posted on 7/6/19
I was Patty’s secretary for a number of years while she was the Social Studies Coordinator and when she started the Storytelling events. I learned so so many things from her while we worked together. One of my favorite memories of Patty - before she left her office she would always put her lipstick on before she went off to do important business. I know she will be missed.
 

Janet Reed posted on 7/6/19
I'm so sorry to hear of Patty's passing. She was the director of Social Studies for most of my career teaching for MISD. I remember having her observe and critique me many times during my probationary years at Lee HS teaching World History. A praise from her made me beam inside. A very creative lady!
 

 
Andrea M Castillo posted on 7/6/19
My condolences to the famlly. Dr. Patty was my teacher at Cowden Junior HIgh and then I worked at MISD Administration where she also worked. She was very sweet and would always remember her students. May she rest in Peace.AdreaA
 

Stephanie reece posted on 7/5/19
There will never be enough kind words I could say about Miss Patty and the many ways she touched not only my heart, my daughters hearts and the ladies in my salon! I had the great honor of doing her nails and toes for over 15 plus years and I can honestly say every week she touched my heart in a different way! Every time I seen her no matter what see would say “ now Stephanie just look at the nails, you just do the best job (I would laugh and say no you just have great nails) but nope as Miss Patty is always right she would say it all you my friend Stephanie! To when my daughter was younger and she would drop her off at dance class for me on the way home for me! I could go on for ever but do know she will be forever miss and forever in my heart! I love u Miss Patty
 

Nelda &David Lewis posted on 7/5/19
Our hearts are saddened by the passing of Ken. Prayers to Leslie and the family.
 

John Houdyshell posted on 7/5/19
I'm feeling a lot older today, I grew with Kenny on the west side of Midland. He was good man, He will be missed.
 

Delia Carruth posted on 7/5/19
Memaw was a prefect example of a grandma. I remember her checheeibg Kason on when he played t-ball! Always a loving sweet person!
 

Howard & Rita Ehler posted on 7/5/19
Juanette was a great lady. We were blessed to spend many weekends together on soccer trips. She was a real devoted mother and friend. We will miss her but know she is happy to be reunited with Bill. Love to Cody and all the family. Howard and Rita Ehler
 

Marcia Stinson posted on 7/5/19
What an AWESOME man of God and just as wonderful a family as well. We have know him since they first moved to Midland and love and appreciate him.What a great time he is having in heaven.
 

David Duggan posted on 7/4/19
I will always remember those though provoking hours we had together at Denny’s while your wife Lorrie filled our coffee mugs.
 

David Duggan posted on 7/4/19
I will always miss those thought provoking minutes we had together in the Denny’s Restaurant with your wife Lorrie refilling our coffee cups. Those were the days.
 

Danice Crabtree posted on 7/4/19
You were such a great role model. I want to say Thank You to you and Aunt Nova Lena for always being there for me and my family! We will miss you but we will see you again someday! Love you much! Danice, David, Bailey
 

WILMA Doss posted on 7/3/19
Karen, Tracy, and Wendy, I am so sorry about your dad. You have my sincere condolences. COPD as we all know is a very horrible thing. He had told me hospice had been called in and at least he is suffering no more. My heart goes out to you all. May God bless and comfort you as only he can do. Love you all. Wilma Doss
 

LJ posted on 7/3/19
I did not know your loved one, but I am so sorry for your loss. The majority of us are not strangers to loss. Many who have experienced loss find these practical suggestions helpful. Allow yourself time to grieve, talk about your thoughts and feelings, accept help, draw closer to God, visualize the resurrection. Doing these things has given many people, myself included, the strength to go on. My sincere condolences at this difficult time.
 

Opal Jones Marsh Classmate posted on 7/3/19
Thinking of you today, Nova Lena. What a wonderful man you shared your life with. You were such an impressive and caring couple Sending my love and deepest sympathy
 

Debra Hardman posted on 7/2/19
Precious, sweet lady that will be deeply missed.
 

 
Katie Duffy posted on 7/2/19
Robert & Gracie, Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. We are sorry for your loss. Katie & Bill Duffy
 

Kimberly V. Davis posted on 7/2/19
Jenny, I remember what a fine person your dad was! There is a lovely tribute to him and memories of your mom on the Midland Community Theater 75th Anniversary Facebook page. I would love to hear how life has treated you - please get in touch! Kimberly Davis (nee Floyd) 817-914-7895
 

Estella Valenzuela posted on 7/2/19
Robert & Gracie, I am so sorry for your loss. Robert please tell your siblings that all of you are in my prayers. Love you all. Estella
 

Donna McQuatters posted on 7/2/19
Heartbroken over his passing but rejoicing in the knowledge that he is home with the Father. Thank you for the years of prayers and love to my family.
 

Mike Denny posted on 7/2/19
RIP, Kelley
 

Karen B. Marlow posted on 7/1/19
Dearest Diane and Family, We are so very sorry for your loss. God give you strength at this most difficult time With love, The Marlow Family
 

Steele Honda posted on 7/1/19
I like that you said that a funeral ceremony can become a community event, where friends, co-workers, and relatives participate in a ritual of support. My husband is trying to plan the funeral for his father right now and I like the idea of viewing it as a ritual of support because I think that would help him not feel so alone. I think that it would be smart to make sure that we can have the funeral in a private chapel so that we can not have to worry about privacy and just focus on everyone coming together.
 

Dwain and Pauline Collins posted on 7/1/19
Myrlene and Bettye was my cousins. They came to Girard, Texas every Christmas to Grand Ma's house. I grew up with them they were older than me but we always had a good time together. I spent two weeks in Brownwood in 1949 with them. I am sorry for your loss but she had a good live and she had suffered enough. Pauline Long and Dwain Collins, Bruce, Harold and Alan families
 

Elizabeth Arencibia posted on 7/1/19
It was a great honor to know Myrlene. We walked together on the treadmill at the pool nearly every day. She had such a beautiful spirit and sense of humor that it made that boring exercise fun. I loved her dearly, she was like family to me, what a blessing she was to anyone that had the pleasure of meeting her. You could certainly see the light of Jesus in her. She will be greatly missed.
 

Michelle Rivas posted on 7/1/19
Thank you to family and friends for your words, hugs, and support. Although he has 3 sisters, I have quickly realized that his male cousins and friends were really brothers. I didn't see my brother very much, and for that I have regret. However, it doesn't lessen the amount of love I have for him and the pain of his loss. Thank you for sharing your memories and describing how you knew JB. He was my little brother, but it brings me peace to learn what he meant to and did with other people. Although memories of him bring tears, I hope they will also bring a smile to your face.
 

 
Terrie Wilson posted on 7/1/19
RIP Kelley. I know you're dancing with Jesus now. You loved to dance and always put a smile on my face when I would see you. Such a beautiful person inside and out! I love you and will miss you my beautiful friend Kelley/Shelley!
 

Rodney and Karen Long posted on 7/1/19
Like her sister Betty, Myrlene was a wonderful, loving friend and cousin to me and a great blessing to all who knew her. We will miss Mrylene greatly.
 

Angela Jasso posted on 6/30/19
I am so sorry for your loss. Sending prayers and love to the family during this difficult time.
 

Richard Melville posted on 6/30/19
My condolences to Alamo Heights Baptist Church on the Death of Robert Schlagal.
 

Richard Melville posted on 6/30/19
I just read the loss of Newton Shrader. My condolences to you, Kay, Newton was taken before his time. I went to Texas Tech with Newton. May he rest in the Arms of Jesus.
 

 
Sherry Bernal posted on 6/29/19
This candle is an eternal flame that shall glow forever for my friend. I love and miss you Kelley Girl!
 

Sherry Webb Bernal posted on 6/29/19
Kelley, you left us so quickly without saying goodbye my heart hurts so bad I can't hardly breathe. I have all our memories from 30 years or more swimming through my head. I look forward to the day that we will see you on the other side. Rest in peace my sweet and beautiful friend I love you and I miss you
 

Jesse Musick posted on 6/29/19
Uncle Buddy is an historic man for his work on the Mansfield Dam, holding back the massive waters of Lake Travis. Each time I drive past the mammoth Mansfield Dam, I envision the miles of steel uncle buddy tied, the millions of yards of concrete he poured, and countless drops of sweat forever entombed in a monument of strength and human ingenuity. Took a lot of guts to tackle such dangerous and daunting task. Many years ago, I was admiring his gut stringed classical guitar. After playing it, I handed it back to him. He handed it back to me, saying it needed a home. I’ll never forget the twinkle in his eye. Bravery, fortitude, dedication, honesty and love is synonymous with the Howell name and is how I remember uncle Buddy. He left his mark not only with the building of the Mansfield Dam, he left his mark in my heart. I will miss you Uncle Buddy.
 

Tara posted on 6/29/19
I'm sorry for your loss. May the God of all comfort be with you during this difficult time. You have my condolences.
 

Guy burchett posted on 6/29/19
Sorry to hear about Kellie. It was fun working with her at dollar general in the mornings!!! Wish I could be at the services. Praying for all of yall!!!
 

Toni Musick posted on 6/28/19
Randy Travis sang a song that says "it's not what you take when you leave this world behind you, it's what you leave behind you when you gone." You've left us lots of precious memories. Spread your wings and fly.
 

Shanna Tatsch posted on 6/28/19
Kelley will always be MY Hummm...We was hanging out one day and was discussing things our dads told us growin up. As I was telling her my dad says ; Don’t let your alligator mouth over load your MOCKINGBIRD a$$. She says same thing but She says her dads saying & says HUMMINGBIRD. WE laughed n laughed & that’s the day she became my Hummm & I became her Mock... I love my Hummm & will miss her dearly...
 

Chick and Marilyn Boyington posted on 6/28/19
What a life well lived! Our love thoughts and prayers to Glen, Terry and Gail and the entire the family for this great loss!!
 

Sheri & Vic Menendez posted on 6/28/19
May God wrap his loving arms of comfort and support around each of you during this sorrowful time. We're so glad that we got to spend some time with Don last month. We'll always remember his great smile and fun-loving spirit.
 

Brenda B King posted on 6/28/19
I did not meet Evelyn until I was older but there was something about her which I could not put my finger on that seemed to cause everyone to love her. After being around her for a while I realized that it was---it was the love of Jesus shining through her. She was always so happy and caring. She enjoyed having fun and was a truly remarkable woman. As others are saying I learned to love her and respect her wisdom and knowledge. My heart breaks for the family as I have lost my Mom/Dad and know how it hurts but my heart is rejoicing because Sis has made it home and I am still striving to get there. Each of you have such sweet memories to recall. Let her be that example for your life. Love and prayers to the family. Until we meet again, blessing from my me to you.. Sse you in Heaven Sis.
 

Marcia Werner posted on 6/28/19
Prayers and hugs to the entire family. I know you have many wonderful memories to reflect back on. He had the most amazing smile and generous spirit. Our thoughts are with you during this time of sorrow. Bill, Marcia, and Amanda Werner
 

Jason Cantu posted on 6/27/19
JB was a good friend I met while working at Cat Construction he was always making us laugh by playing tricks on Angel and just doing crazy stuff - but he would never get caught ... lol he was always smiling and a hard working co worker loved his kids - my condolences go out to his Family - great memories last a life time - RIP - from Me & My Family Cantu .
 

Bob Turpin posted on 6/27/19
Gary, It is always so sad to lose a loved one or friend. My older brother passed away last year, so I know somewhat you folks are experiencing. I pray that God's abundant Grace will sustain you folks in the days ahead. Bob T
 

Rita Jan posted on 6/27/19
What can be said that will truly say what you meant to me and the rest of us in this family. You were my rock, my teacher, my guide. I know you're where you've always wanted to be and that makes me happy. But missing you and my Mom is harder than ever dreamed or imagined! I've always believed you wouldn't be taken by death but only at the rapture. My eyes will now forever be on the Eastern skies to see my Lord coming for us that remain. I will always remember the beauty and magnificents you pointed out in Gods creation. The stories you told and memories you shared. I love you beyond words and always will. Hug my Mom for me and tell her I love her with all my heart. I'll be seeing you when I get home and we have an amazing reunion with Jesus.
 

Ginger Ezelle posted on 6/27/19
You taught me more than I can say. Your wisdom about the Holy Spirit is a memory I will always cherish. Your intercessory prayers for me and us all that love you will go on forever. I know you are enjoying your time with Gayle and Elaine as well as the others that have gone. We will all miss you till we see you again. We have the hop and joy that one day we will be united again one day.
 

Mary Lou Hall posted on 6/27/19
So sorry for your loss. Fred worked for me at the Alon Warehouse before transferring into Operations. I’m at a loss for words. Rest In Peace Fred. Family are all in my thoughts and prayers.
 

 
Cynthia Hodge posted on 6/27/19
Gladys has left an indelible foot print on my heart forever. One of loving kindness, ingenuity, true friendship, and authentic graciousness. She is the only person I have ever known who was still hand writing thank you notes at age 94. Gladys was my pen pal, and I will dearly miss her wonderful letters, her remarkable sense of humor, and her honest interest in my life and the lives of others. May her beautiful soul be an example for all the lives she touched.
 

Angela Traver posted on 6/27/19
Once, as a teenager, I was struggling because my best friend was becoming involved in some activities that were immoral, and I desperately wanted to keep hanging around with her to keep her from doing these things. Aunt Evelyn told me, "Angela, get up and stand on that chair!" Well, I thought she was crazy, but she WAS Aunt Evelyn after all, so I did what she said. She reached up her hand and asked me to pull her up onto the chair with me, which obviously I could not do, at which time she YANKED ME DOWN OFF THE CHAIR! She said, "Angela, it's very difficult to pull someone back up when they've fallen, but it will be very easy for them to drag you down with them!" This is a wonderful lesson I've never forgotten, and that I used with my own kids. She was an amazing woman, and I'll miss her very much!
 

Sharon Wesley posted on 6/26/19
Our heartfelt condolences to the family of Mrs. Van. She was such a nice person and always had a smile on her face. We had some nice conversations at the mailbox many years ago. She will be missed. John and Sharon Wesley
 

Jack woodley posted on 6/26/19
To the Robinson family, John was a friend and we had much fun Together. Our thoughts and prayers are with you in this time of grief.may God’s blessings be with you.
 

Isabel Rey posted on 6/26/19
Freddie and I moved in to our Erie St. home with our first baby, Esteban and our Tia Agustina in the late ‘70s. We were a young family and Edith and Wesley were right next door always making us feel part of the neighborhood. Through life’s experiences- births, celebrations, teenage years, graduations, illnesses and deaths, Edith was just a door away. She and Tia did not speak the same language but they understood each other so well. My three children-our oldest and Ben and Belinda got to know and respect Edith. Time passes, families move, but the many memories we shared will always live in our hearts. It is a sad day for me and my family but I am thankful to have known this beautiful person, Edith. To her family, thank you for sharing her. May God bless.
 

Rosalinda posted on 6/26/19
My condolences so sorry Andrea my deepest sympathy,may god rest his soul
 

Melinda A Mason posted on 6/26/19
Sending my condolences to the family. I'm so sorry for your loss!
 

 
Renee Williams posted on 6/25/19
Sending Up Prayers for Family and Friends
 

 
Renee posted on 6/25/19
Deepest Condolences to Family and Friends
 

jessica dunn posted on 6/25/19
You were an amazing soul...always smiling regardless of the situation. Thank you for being a blessing in my life. Sure am gonna miss your random posts on fb..always put a smile on my face no matter what kind of day I was having. Prayers for healing, strength, understanding and courage for your precious sons and family....You will be missed dearly...Say hi to my Niece for me....
 

Patsy Fischer Morton posted on 6/25/19
My Aunt Evelyn. What an inspiring lady! Loved and adored by so many. When I was a girl, sometimes overwhelmed by my responsibilities at home, she would always give me love and inspiration and guidance in things I needed. She was never critical, but sweetly and lovingly guiding in what I was needing help with. She inspired me in so many ways. Always there with prayers for all of us too. On a visit to my home near George West, about 23 years ago my grandson, Kenneth (now 28 ) was there for the day too. He put on my house shoes and ran outside for something. Running back to the house he got to the steps and there lay a big rattlesnake on the top step. Screaming, he ran to the front door and Aunt Evelyn got there ahead of me. She held him (5 years old) while Uncle Earl and I went out to take care of the snake. Aunt Evelyn held Kenneth in her arms in the rocker for a long time. When I told Kenneth that Aunt Evelyn had gone to be with the Lord God in Heaven, he looked down for a few seconds, then looked back at me with tears on his cheeks and said “ I remember how she held me”. For many different reasons, She had that effect on all of us. We Remember.........I love you, Aunt Evelyn.
 

David gandara posted on 6/24/19
You will be missed good friend
 

David gandara posted on 6/24/19
May you rest in peace your were a great coworker and friend
 

 
Emily Holguin posted on 6/24/19
Life long childhood friend that always brought laughter to everyone he knew ..JB you will be missed by so many but your memories last forever..RIP buddy
 

 
Tressa Hawkins posted on 6/24/19
Glad I got to know you for awhile, I’ll miss your jokes and your silliness... Rest In Peace my friend.
 

Tressa Hawkins posted on 6/24/19
I had known Gary for awhile when he was with my best friend for years. He was funny and a nice guy! I’ll miss him and his jokes. Rest In Peace Gary.
 

Mike Harrison posted on 6/24/19
Carol and I were friends for over 40 years and she was always a special person in my life. We could disagree on values, go round and round, but still be good friends no matter what the outcome. I served on her Appraisal Review Board and she had us totally prepared. I appeared before her Appraisal Review Board and I had better be prepared, because she sure was! loved Carol as a person and respected her work ethic, God Bless You Carol King-Markham, Rest in a Peace!
 

Kay Rodgers Flowers posted on 6/22/19
Sheryl I was glad to run into you until I heard the sad news of Tim’s passing. I am so sorry for your loss and please let me know if I can do anything for you. As I told you I worked with Tim when he worked at CMC, he was a good man and I know you miss him very much! I love you. Prayers and condolences to you and the family. ❤️
 

 
Tonya Thorpe posted on 6/21/19
Keeping your faimly in my prayers and thoughts. So very sorry for your faimly loss.
 

Mitch Gill posted on 6/21/19
When Tim was a brand new firefighter, he was assigned to my crew at the old Central firehouse for training. One night he and I were the only two in the TV room and I told him I was going to take a shower. While I was in the shower an alarm for a structure fire came in. Tim was so excited he jumped on the engine with Robert Muller and Kevin Murphy,, and forgot to tell them where I was. The Deputy chief Larry Ringener, assumed I was with them and he left as well. When I came out of the shower all was very very quiet. I had been left. We all had a great laugh about it, but Tim was scared to death he was going to be fired.
 

Mitch Gill posted on 6/21/19
When Tim was a brand new Firefighter he was assigned to my crew at the old Central Firehouse on 4th. He was riding in the rescue van with me and our Deputy Chief Larry Ringner. He and I were the only ones in the day room when I told him I was going to take a shower. When I got out of the shower it was very quite. I found the engine with Robert Muller and Kevin Murphy were gone with him, and Larry’s van was also gone. Report of a structure fire and Tim was so excited he forgot to tell everyone I was in the shower. Each of the company officers thought I was with the other so they left. And I got left behind. Everyone had a good laugh but Tim thought he was going to be fired.
 

Ann Hathaway posted on 6/21/19
Virginia, I am so sorry for the loss of your dear mother. My thoughts and prayers are with you and the family. With many thoughts, Ann Hathaway
 

Carmen Ritchey posted on 6/21/19
Eric was such a great person. I had the privilege of teaching him at Big Spring High School. He was brilliant, hard working and had one of the sweetest hearts I encountered from any student in 30 years of teaching. Eric, I’ll always remember you as one of my favorites! Rest In Peace❤️
 

Jodie Moore posted on 6/20/19
Kelly Arthur Box, much love and prayers to you and your family at this time . Love, Jodie Robbins Moore Fort Worth, Tx
 

Lisa posted on 6/20/19
I’m sorry for your loss and I wanted to send my heartfelt condolences. I personally look forward to the promise of a future, earthly resurrection. (John 5:28,29; Isaiah 26:19) We have the opportunity to see our loved ones again under the peaceful conditions described at Psalms 37:10,11. I hope these scriptures bring you some comfort during this difficult time.
 

 
Felipe Madrid posted on 6/20/19
Delpha was and her husband were our youngest daughter's godparents. May she rest in peace. We send our condolences to the family. God bless.
 

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Connie J.Goss posted on 6/20/19
God has received a new member to his circle today, our prayers are with you and the family during this time of remembering Delpha and her many contributions to family and friends. All the love from Concha Jimenez Goss and family
 

Peggy Smith posted on 6/19/19
We are so sorry to hear of Loyd's passing. Praying that the families lean on each other for comfort and solace. Cindy Arthur's parents, Peggy and Charlie Smith..God Bless.
 

Brenda Steward posted on 6/19/19
Shirley was like a Mom to me when Jodi and I were little. She scared me to death when I first started coming over to play. Jodi had to make up her bed before we could do anything and she would give me the evil eye and say, No helping her, either! Of course, as soon as she went back down the hall, I would help until I heard her coming. She always made me feel welcome and I loved going there. When we were told that my Mom was in her last hours, I called Jodi. She called her Mom and an hour later, there was Shirley. She stayed with me until Mom passed. She was such a comfort and I could never thank her enough. Her love and light has always been with me and will continue to be until we meet again.
 

Dr. Michael and Shelley Courter posted on 6/19/19
Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and the family in your time of sorrow. It was a pleasure to have known Becky. We will miss her too.
 

Darlene bateman posted on 6/18/19
Dear Nita, i,m so sorry for you and your family,s loss. She was a wonderful lady. Always cheerful and lovely. She will be missed by all.
 

Tina Rodriguez (A-Z Daycare) posted on 6/18/19
My deepest condolences to the Graham family in the passing of Mike. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, may God grant you peace and comfort during this difficult time.
 

American Heart Association posted on 6/18/19
May your memories of the wonderful times you shared with your loved one comfort you and your family, today and always.
 

[email protected] posted on 6/18/19
You were so much light for so many people. I know you are resting in the presence of our great Father! You are missed already. We love you and will never let your memory fade away..
 

Nicki Oglesby Clark posted on 6/18/19
Nita and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Your mom was such a sweet lady. I always enjoyed visiting with her. Prayers to you and your family at this difficult time.
 

Linda Diaz posted on 6/17/19
Lee, my deepest condolences to you and your family. May God bless your family during this difficult time. Linda Aguilar Diaz
 

Jerre Hutson posted on 6/17/19
It’s hard to think of a world without my Daddy - he was always so sweet, so supportive, and always put his family first. He is a wonderful father figure to my children and their children- i love you forever Daddy.
 

Debra McElwee posted on 6/17/19
Michelle and Cynthia, We would like to send our condolences for your sweet mother. I don't know if you remember us, but we went to church at GraceWay Baptist Church in New Boston with you and your mother when you were younger. We loved Verna very much and have voiced many prayers for her. I know you will miss her beautiful smile which is what I remember about her and her very soft spoken voice. We now live about an hour from Midland in Lamesa, Texas. Chester and Debra McElwee 2102 N 7th, Lamesa, TX 79331
 

Stan, Connie, Justin, Rachel posted on 6/17/19
We have so many wonderful memories of Coleen. We have often talked and laughed about the blessings we received in Midland in knowing Lee & Coleen and their boys. Coleen had a big heart and was so kind to us from the time we first moved to Midland. We have missed you all, but know we will all be together one day. Praise the Lord!
 

Linda Huckaby posted on 6/16/19
Becky, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Mike was so kind to me when I had my breast cancer surgery. May God hold you in his arms and comfort you.
 

Valerie Newsom posted on 6/16/19
I am so very sorry for your loss Kay. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
 

David Hanson posted on 6/16/19
My sympathy goes out to your entire family for the loss of Coleen. I never got to meet her but have heard so many good things about her and wish I had been able to meet her. You are all in my prayers during this sad time. Know she left so many precious moments for you to remember her by that will be in your hearts for ever !!!!
 

Cameron Collins posted on 6/16/19
Our thoughts, prayers and sincere sympathies to Dorothy and the family. The 'Collins' Family, Beverly, Kim, Tammy & Cameron
 

 
Polly Bragg posted on 6/15/19
I did not know Coleen had been sick. I am in total shock that she is gone. It seems that she suffered tremendously. She was always so full of life. She was great at everything she did and was multi-talented. I witnessed her serving God in many ways in the 40 years that I knew her. My prayers go out to Lee, her sons and their families and her fiends and extended family. I can just picture her having an awesome time in Heaven.
 

Russ Macaw posted on 6/15/19
Please accept my deepest condolences, Lee and Family. May God Bless your family during this time. Russ Macaw
 

Shanna Wester posted on 6/15/19
So very sorry to hear of Mr. Sanders passing. Many fond memories of years living next door on Dengar. Prayers and comfort to all during this time. Normal, Rick, Debbie and Shanna Wester
 

 
Sheila Sullivan posted on 6/14/19
When I was a little girl growing up in El Paso Texas, Lynn used to come visit us. My three brothers and I always looked up to Lynn. He was such a sweet, kind and wonderful person. I am so sorry I have lost my cousin.
 

Shea Woodard posted on 6/14/19
I loved Mike Graham! He was the kindest, most considerate person that I might have ever known. He was also so kind and caring for Larry when we were in the hospital or if I just needed assistance in the health care area! He called me last week to check on Larry and I can't believe that I will not be able to call him again! Fly high with angels my friend!
 

Barbara Driskell posted on 6/14/19
So sorry for your loss. Though I haven’t seen Colleen in years, I still have precious memories of Colleen and her sweet family. My daughter was named after Colleen
 

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Connie Howell posted on 6/14/19
Fayla was one of the sweetest and most gentle woman I have every known. She loved her family very much and they her as well. She will be missed by many.
 

Marilyn posted on 6/13/19
Prayers for Tom and family. RIP sweet lady. Marilyn & Charlie McGaff
 

Deanna posted on 6/13/19
I am so sorry for your loss and happy for her. She was literally one of the sweetest most giving people I’ve ever known! She set an amazing example for anybody who was blessed enough to get to know her.
 

Pam Sanchez posted on 6/13/19
There are so many awesome memories! Becky was a beautiful soul.
 

PETE T Midkiff posted on 6/13/19
Judi and I express our sincere condolences to the family of Becky O'Neal. Both of us went to school with her, me all through school from elementary through graduation and Judi where both played clarinet in the high school band. When I was in the second or third grade her mother would watch us after school while my mother was at work. I am sure she will live on through the memories her family have and can share. Sincerely, Pete and Judi Midkiff
 

Lou Deane Littlefield posted on 6/13/19
So sorry for the loss of Becky. She was the most amazing of us all. Grateful for the memories of when we were all young and her infectious smile. Fond memories of "game nights". My prayers are with you all, Tom, Jimmy, Josh, and Cara - the joys of her life. love to you all Lou Deane
 

LOU DEANE LITTLEFIELD posted on 6/13/19
So very sad to hear of Becky’s passing. I have many fun memories of bowling, Card Nights and watching her delight in her kids. Prayers to Tom, Jimmy, Josh and Cara, you are in my thoughts. Stay Strong, she is in a better place - no pain. Love to you all, Lou Deane Littlefield.
 

Doug Lunsford posted on 6/13/19
Randy saw me one time after college in the elevator in the Wilco building. I asked if he remembered my name because I knew he recognized me. He said 'yeah, let's ee" then hesitated. I said Doug Lunsford and he said"No, that isn't right!?...is it?" Everyone on the busy elevator laughed. I tell that story a lot. And it has hardly changed at all.
 

Carolyn -Joe Sanchez posted on 6/13/19
She faced her pain with courage, until the very end. She would not want to see you cry she will always be the strength you need when you feel you can't go on. My deepest condolences Crystal, Juan, and Josiah
 

 
Rebecca H Dominguez posted on 6/13/19
Cherl, My deepest condolences to your and your family for your loss. May God bless you with His healing, comfort, and love.
 

Diane posted on 6/13/19
No bond is as great as that between a parent and child. My deepest condolences are with you as you grieve the loss of your daughter. May God be with your family in this time of great sorrow. And as the days and weeks pass, and you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by God and the love and support of family and friends. (Psalms 94:19)
 

Resa Patterson posted on 6/13/19
So very sad to hear of Becky’s passing. I have many found memories of good times at the Conventions we all attended. The gambling fun in New Orleans and Vegas! You will be missed by many who all knew you. Prayers to Tom and family for strength, healing and guidance. Your friend, Resa
 

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Hugh Franks posted on 6/13/19
Although I knew Betty only through her husband Lucien, I am always saddened when another good person passes. To her family, Robin and I extend our sincere condolences in this time of sadness.
 

Alan Gabbert posted on 6/13/19
This man had a heart of gold!!!! God got a great one!!!! Miss you Bro, love ya
 

Denise Parkinson posted on 6/13/19
Words can’t say how sorry and sad I am. Mike was always so kind. He had a very distinct and slow wave for me from way down the hall when I saw him at work. I’ll really miss him and his friendliness. My heart and love go out to all of his family, especially the kids I love seeing on his and Sandi’s Facebook pages.
 

Josie Nunez posted on 6/12/19
My sincerest condolences on the passing of Mrs. Markham. She was a wonderful woman I had the pleasure of knowing. May God provide you all with strength during this difficult time. I will continue to pray for all her family.... especially Mechelle. RIP Carol Markham
 

Shirley McPeak Martinez posted on 6/12/19
Warren and Elda, I am so sorry for your loss! Warren, I remember your mom back in the day when she was Dr. Coleman's nurse! She was always so nice and a GREAT nurse! I use to listen to her more than I listened to him! Praying for you and your family, Viya Con Dios!
 

Deanna Morris Foresyth posted on 6/12/19
Mr. Madison was my math teacher at Big Spring High School in 1967. He was a very good teacher and I still remember him fondly. May he Rest In Peace.
 

Robert Anderson posted on 6/12/19
Although I met Randy at Lee High School, I got to know him as a true friend while attending Texas Tech. I was fortunate to be a member of a small group of friends living in the sports wing of the college dormitory. He was always smiling and funny as heck. After college, we played golf together occasionally at Green Tree CC until my move to North Texas. His passing is a shock and a marvelous life ended way too soon. My prayers are with his family in this time. Please know that Randy was loved by many.
 

TED M SHRADER SR posted on 6/12/19
Sorry to see you go, Newt. We never were able to connect easily, but I remember a great son taking care of his dad, my uncle Pooky, when I flew up in 2004. God rest both or your souls.
 

Sandra E Gibson posted on 6/11/19
I am so sorry. Loved your Dad and your mom! My prayers and love to you, Lisa and Alisha!! Sandi
 

Amelia Flores posted on 6/11/19
Raul n I n my family send ou heartfelt condolences to all the Tagle family. Irene was always in my heart n n
 

 
Alana Howard posted on 6/11/19
Prayers for the Frazier family!
 

Raymond Lambert posted on 6/11/19
Thoughts and prayers with your family during this time. I worked with Bobby at Texas Electric. Raymond Lambert & family
 

Deborah Whisnand posted on 6/11/19
I met Randy in first grade, and we graduated 12 years later from Robert E. Lee. He was a warm soul even as a teenager. A great athlete and role model. My thoughts and prayers are with his family in these days and into the weeks ahead filled with remembering and treasuring him.
 

Mona Moore posted on 6/11/19
Kerry, Sherry and family. So sorry to hear about Charlie passing. He was a great friend to me and George. I bet him and George are catching up and talking about all the good times when working together. May God bless you all and just hold onto the memories. Love ya Mona Moore
 

Richard L Gordon posted on 6/11/19
Bobby was a wonderful man and mentor in my days with Texas Electric. I am very sorry for your family loss.
 

Ruth Taylor Armstrong posted on 6/11/19
Our condolences to the Prince family from the Taylor family (our mother was cousin to Jim through their mothers). We lived across the alley from the Princes during our growing up years in Midland and have many fond memories of the Prince family. I spent many hours at the ball field watching Randy pitch. We were very proud of his accomplishments. We are praying for you during this difficult time.
 

Yolanda Belazi posted on 6/11/19
Warren and Elda, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Losing a loved one is so difficult. My thoughts are with you.
 

Larson Lloyd posted on 6/11/19
I had the opportunity to work on a few projects with Bobby when he was with Texas Electric. What a wonderful man !! My condolences to the family !!
 

Ginger Crouch posted on 6/11/19
To The Family my deepest condolences to you and your family from all of our family. May The Eternal One bring you peace, and comfort at this time. Irene will be dearly missed by all who loved her here in this neighborhood!!
 

Ellen Phillips posted on 6/11/19
I offer my sincere condolences on the loss of your sweet dad. I lived directly across the street from Bobby and Jo on Rebecca Drive from 1998 until they sold their house and moved years later. They were wonderful neighbors and they spoke often about their “girls” and grandkids. I will keep both Bobby and Jo (and your family) in my prayers. I am so sorry for your loss.
 

David Hillger posted on 6/11/19
I am very sorry for your loss. I was blessed to have Charley in my life. He was a great boss and friend. I have many memories of our time together. You didn't have to worry about what he thought cause he would tell you. Life was better with him.
 

Gary Dossett posted on 6/10/19
Sherry, I was afraid of this when I heard your telephone message. We had many adventures as kids and I have many fond memories. So sorry. Cousin Gary (Burdette) Dossett
 

Curtis Maybee posted on 6/10/19
Rev Jack Clinkscales was the greatest pastor in the world. I had the chance to be his Music Director at Mountain View Baptist in Alamogordo NM. He had the brightest smile and called me "mate". What a great warrior for God. My name is Curtis Maybee and Julie Maybee
 

Russell & Kim Erwin posted on 6/10/19
So sorry for your loss. I enjoyed each time speaking with and visiting Bobby. He was humble and would do anything for you. He helped me many times. I, along with many others, will miss him.
 

Mona Moore posted on 6/10/19
Kerry, sherry , Vickie. I am so sorry to hear about Charlie. I’m sure him and George are catching up on all the good times they had together working and being friends. My prayers are with all of you and may god bless you all. He was a great friend to George and I. Just hold onto the wonderful memories you have. Mona Moore, Big Spring, texas
 

kaye richardson posted on 6/10/19
Daryl and I send our sincere condolences. Bobby is a great man He and Jo are the best people and their loss will really be felt. We love u as family
 

Mary & James posted on 6/10/19
Have you all in our thoughts.
 

Kirby & Randy Head. posted on 6/10/19
So sorry for your loss.
 

Tamra posted on 6/10/19
Please accept my condolences to your family. I hope that God’s promise of the resurrection brings you comfort during this very difficult time. (Acts 24:15)
 

Sissy and Chuck Garvin posted on 6/9/19
Our hearts and prayers are with all of the family. Robert and Virginia have been in my Life longer then I came remember. God bless you sweet lady for always being here for us! Heaven truly gained one of the best earth angels I had the pleasure of knowing! When you got to Heaven, you got a bigger set of wings! Love you, The Garvin Family
 

Kenneth Stewart posted on 6/8/19
So sorry for your loss!
 

[email protected] posted on 6/7/19
Pam, I am so sorry for your loss. I will keep you and the family in prayer. God bless you and your family at this time and always. Ruth McInvale
 

Carl and Pam Brown posted on 6/7/19
Pam, Our prayers are with you and your family. We're sorry for your loss, and can empathize having had the same in our lives. May the comfort of our Lord be yours.
 

Beverly Richardson posted on 6/6/19
The Ervin Agency would like to say how sorry we are for your loss of Mary. You are all in our thoughts and prayers! May God bless each of you!
 

Glenn C Smith posted on 6/6/19
My Uncle W.A. (Uncle Dub) was a fine man and a perfect Uncle. I will miss him greatly.
 

Shawn Rich-Hawthorne posted on 6/5/19
Growing up you were my favorite uncle. You never judged me for being a dumb teenager and adult. I wish as an adult we could have stayed in touch. I love you Uncle Ron. Say hi to Grandpa, Teresa, Kira, and my dad please. Until we see each other again.
 

Eddie & Jennifer Sanchez posted on 6/5/19
To the Painter family our sincere condolences. Gary thank you for your service in the military as well as thank you for being a great sheriff for over 30 years. You were the Bufford Pusser of Texas and the John Wayne of West Texas, enough said. No one can take your place. RIP GARY PAINTER
 

Eddie & Jennifer Sanchez posted on 6/4/19
To the Painter family our sincere condolences during this difficult time. Thank you for your service in the military as well as thank you for being a great sheriff for over 30 years. You were the Bufford Pusser of midland and the John Wayne of west texas, Enough said.. RIP GARY PAINTER
 

Rita Purcell posted on 6/1/19
My sincerest sympathy, Carol Ann. May God comfort you in your time of grief.
 

Paula Woods Baker posted on 6/1/19
Many, many sweet memories of Bobbie and Bonnie growing up. I think Bobbie and I had a challenge going as to who would get taken out of the church service first for talking. I probably won! My Mom loved Bobbie and always thought so much of her. I can see them visiting in Heaven now. So sorry for you your loss. It is so hard to loose your Mom. Prayers for your family
 

Charlotte Kellermeier posted on 6/1/19
I was so sad to hear of the loss of Sammie. I knew Sammie through the x-ray world. Our paths would cross on occasion at different places we were working. She was always the sweetest person, always wearing a smile on her face and her greetings were the warmest. She made a difference in this world!! May God bless and comfort you all. Rest in the peace of our Lord dear friend.
 

Shem Ward posted on 6/1/19
Wishing you peace and comfort during this difficult time.
 

Gene and Ella Montgomery posted on 5/31/19
Our hearts go out to all who knew and loved Mary Nell. We send our prayers as everyone begins working through this tremendous loss. Our deepest sympathies to her family and friends.
 

Yolanda De La Garza posted on 5/31/19
I was in the X-ray program with Sammie, she was an awesome person and friend. My heartfelt condolences to her family. My thoughts are prayers are with all of You. May she rest in peace.
 

Rhonda Dietderich posted on 5/31/19
My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family at this sad time. I knew Tommy from dialysis. Him and my late husband went to dialysis together. We became good friends. He also was there for me when my husband passed. He was a very sweet and kind friend. I will miss him dearly.
 

David Ivanhoe posted on 5/31/19
A Man's Man !
 

James posted on 5/31/19
My deepest sympathy for your loss. What seems to be a long life is never long enough where our loved ones are concerned. Our Heavenly Father Jehovah feels the same way. That is why He has promised to swallow up death forever and soon end all our suffering. (Rev. 21:3-5; Isa. 25:8) May His promises be a soothing balm for your grieving hearts.
 

Daniel "Sid" Saunders posted on 5/30/19
My Dad, Dan Saunders, was the Martin County Sheriff for 40 years. He, Gary, Patsy and my Mother had a great friendship. My Mother, Billye Saunders, always called Gary her Gentle Giant. My Dad was very proud of Gary as a sheriff and a good man. Hope all of them are together this evening, sharing stories and laughing. Pasty, you were such a blessing to my Momma when we lost Daddy, praying for you and your family tonight.
 

John & Sally Urby posted on 5/30/19
Our sincere condolences to Patsy and the Painter family on the loss of a great man. We have truly lost a Law Enforcement Champion who gave his all for his family and community. Sally and I pray for the Painter family. God bless you.
 

Kelin Jones posted on 5/30/19
Gary Painter was a good friend of our family. He and his department were instrumental in apprehending the criminal who murdered my mother, Glynda Jones. Our condolences to his family and to the MCSO.
 

Sandra Ray posted on 5/30/19
Sheriff Painter has been a fixture in my life for so many years that it is hard for me to imagine a time when he was not there. When I heard the news of his passing, I thought I had read the message wrong. Surely not! He was invincible in my eyes, and I could not envision the time when he would leave us to carry on in his place. My family has known him professionally and personally, and my life is enriched for knowing him. God bless his family and fellow officers. My heart is heavy for you today. You are always in my prayers.
 

Rachel Powell posted on 5/30/19
So sorry for your loss. God's loving grace be with you
 

 
Karan Smith Deeds posted on 5/30/19
Sorry for your loss Gary painter will be surely missed. He always has a smile on his face. His lack of gentle giant. God got another angel.
 

Bob and Judy Ross posted on 5/30/19
When my family moved to Midland in 1998, our neighbors said, "When you vote, vote for Painter. He's a good man and the best candidate." Over the years I have learned why they told me that. He was always a servant of the people...fair, honest, and strong. Our prayers are with the Painter family.
 

 
Wyatt greenwood posted on 5/30/19
Greenwood Saddle Shop got to know Gary this year we made a few things for him, And we were proud to have his business. Always in are hearts Greenwood Saddle Shop
 

Noreen Luca posted on 5/30/19
Dear Jeri, I am sorry to learn about the loss of your mother Ruth. I know how hard it is to lose a mother. They are our true defenders, supporters, and guardians. Please accept my condolences to you and your family. Sincerely, Noreen
 

Irene S.Ortega posted on 5/30/19
In deepest Sympathy I give thanks to my God at every remembrance of you -PHILIPPIANS1:3 May you find peace and comfort during this difficult time.
 

Chris & Sheryl Kirk posted on 5/30/19
Words are hard to find that would express our condolences for the passing of our good friend Gary..... lost but not forgotten! What an incredible life of service, unmatched by any I know. He leaves a legacy that will live forever in the hearts and minds of those he served. Our deepest sympathies to the Painter family.....through close association over the years ya'll have become our family too and we grieve with you. God Bless you. CHRIS & SHERYL KIRK Brazos County Sheriff
 

Delma Jurado posted on 5/30/19
Sandy, sorry for your loss... may God give you & your family peace at this very difficult time. My sincere condolences to the family.
 

Leland Hart posted on 5/30/19
A Godly man that had the biggest heart. One of Gods true warrior. A great friend. Will miss you Brother. Love you and will see you later.
 

Melissa Elliott posted on 5/30/19
I didn't know Ron very long and was only in his presence on two occations, however it only took one time to know he was honest, kind, authentic, and funny. And to know he Loved life and family....and BBQ RIBS. I'm honored to be able to say " I knew Ron ". Rest in PEACE funny man.
 

LS posted on 5/30/19
I am sure you are deeply saddened by the loss of your dear loved one, Tommy. Just know that the”Father of tender mercies” and “God of all comfort” (2 Corinthians 1:3,4) knows your pain and loss and wants to comfort you through this difficult time. Please accept my sincere condolences.
 

Melissa Hamilton Waldron posted on 5/30/19
I'm so sorry about your precious daddy he was such a good man. I remember getting to go out to yalls house when we was kids and how much fun we had. I know my parents really loved him. My mom was there to greet him at Heavens gate with open arms. God bless you all at this difficult time.
 

Kelin Jones posted on 5/29/19
Gary Painter was a good friend. His office was instrumental in solving my mom's murder. The world is a bit more empty without him. He will be missed.
 

Sissy and Chuck Garvin posted on 5/29/19
Our hearts are truly heavy with the loss of Sheriff Gary Painter! We pray for his family and our community! God bless you friend! We will miss you good and fateful servant! RIP Gary! We will never forget you!
 

Judy Judkins posted on 5/29/19
To say our family is deeply saddened by the earthly loss of our wonderful Sheriff Painter, is to say the very least. We will be hard pressed to find a more Godly man and friend of our community to carry on his legacy. I only met him once but was able to tell him face to face how much I and my family appreciate all he did for us. Rest in sweet peace, Sheriff Painter. You have left behind a countless number of people to honor your memory. Now we rejoice for you as you hear our Lord say to you, “Well done, good and faithful servant. Enter in...” The Judkins family, Bob, Judy & Tarah
 

Robert Carouth posted on 5/29/19
I am truly blessed to have known Ron It’s people like Ron that I thank the good Lord for allowing to cross my path in this life. I will never forget that smile and will never forget hearing how he loved His Lord. Ron was not afraid to share Jesus with anyone and everyone. I’m glad I can call Ron and his family my friends and I love them very much. Ron will be missed but those that have given their life to Christ and received him as their Savior will see him again. I have a vision of Ron and my Dad sitting by the river on that beautiful shore getting acquainted.
 

 
Renee Ortiz posted on 5/29/19
RIP MR A. IT WAS AN HONOR TO KNOW YOU
 

 
Noble posted on 5/29/19
Sorry for your loss.
 

Cherie Pope posted on 5/29/19
Thank you Sheriff Painter for your service to our Nation and to our Community. Your leadership will be missed by all God fearing, Law abiding Citizens of Texas. Rest easy Marine.
 

Geneice Carmichael Roberts posted on 5/29/19
Thinking of you and your family at this sad time and wishing you comfort in the days ahead. May your memories bring you peace and the days become more bearable when good friends clasp your hands...
 

Vi Hummel Shaffer posted on 5/29/19
This is so heartbreaking. Gary was such a wonderful man and dedicated public servant. God rest his soul and prayers for comfort for his family and friends.
 

Lillie Rose Lippe posted on 5/29/19
Dear brother Fred, I love both you and Paula. God’s blessings today and always. May God send his riches blessings to you for the rest of your life. With love, Your sister,
 

Sheriff (Ret.) Ben Kirk, Falls Co posted on 5/29/19
Dearest Patsy, JoAnn and I send our deepest condolences to you and your family during this time. Gary was an amazing spirit who always encouraged and supported me throughout our friendship and I will always remember him with great admiration. There will never be another man quite like him and his memory will live on forever. It was an honor to have known such a great person and we will miss him. Please know you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. May you find peace and joy in all the great memories. God Bless.
 

Stefanie Smith posted on 5/29/19
Condolences to the family and his two oldest children Lorena and Will. You are all in my prayers.
 

Judy (Bradley) Stovall posted on 5/29/19
Mary Nell and I were friends when our girls were little and played together. She was a funny and sweet girl! So sorry to hear of her passing. May God wrap his loving arms around her family.
 

 
Barbara Mason posted on 5/29/19
A stone figure in Midland who reached out to help all in need.
 

Barbara Mason posted on 5/29/19
My husband Slater Mason had the honor and privilege to work with Sheriff Gary Painter in Midland Texas. He has great respect and admiration for Painter. Slater served in the Jail for a while under Sheriff Painter. When Slater's grandfather passed away in California, Painter was instrumental in helping Slater get the time needed to attend the funeral even though Slater had not been with the Jail long enough to have time off. I knew Sheriff Painter through my dad Hershel Stafford. Midland has suffered a great loss. Our prayers and thoughts are with your family at this time.
 

Lt. Tommy Hansen posted on 5/29/19
I had the great honor on knowing and working with Sheriff Painter for many years. From investigations to legislative matters he always welcomed a request for assistance with open arms. My prayers to the Midland community and our fellow Law Enforcement family at the Midland Sheriff's Office. It is apparent that God needed to new gate keeper and he got the best. Respectfully Lt. Tommy Hansen Galveston Co. Sheriff's Office Board Chair - Tx Auto Burglary and Theft Prevention Authority
 

 
Pegy Wilkins posted on 5/29/19
I have worked with Jeri for close to 30 years now and have known this sweet lady through all the stories I've been told. Anytime Mrs. Sims would come by the office she looked so pretty and was always smiling like she had just won the lottery. Deepest sympathy to Jeri, Jimmy and family.
 

Archie Blackwell,DPS/MVTS Retired posted on 5/29/19
So sorry for the loss of a good man. He was a friend and co worker, always with a smile and a good word. He will be missed by all, Law Enforcement and Community alike.
 

Maggie Rogers posted on 5/29/19
A great leader and kind human being. He will be greatly missed. May you rest in peace. Prayers for family, friends and the MCSO.
 

Chris Lovelace posted on 5/29/19
I'm thinking of you all during this time of loss. The Sims family has been and will continue to be in my thoughts and prayers.
 

Danny H Rojo and Glenda M Rojo posted on 5/28/19
Our deepest condolences to the family and his daughter Lorena, we remember her from Alpine Texas. May you find peace during this difficult time.
 

Barbara Rouleau posted on 5/28/19
The joy you have now in heaven...... I can only imagine... You were so much fun to have as my uncle ..I will always cherish you beautiful simile in my heart until we meet again..
 

 
Roxanne neatherlin posted on 5/28/19
Ron was such a great funny man Always enjoyed our conversations he will be missed. I know he’s rejoicing with our Lord and Savior! Rip my friend and neighbor m Love you all Roxanne
 

Connie S Webb posted on 5/28/19
Mary Nell was one of the strongest, most courageous people I have ever known, and one of the best examples of Christian love. It's been an honor to know her and her family throughout the past fifty years. She's been a huge inspiration to me during my rough times. My thoughts, love and prayers to the family!
 

Christine Goodluck posted on 5/28/19
Ii will always love you Faye,. You where one of the most giving people that I knew.May God bless your family. You will truly be missed.
 

Juanez Groom posted on 5/28/19
SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS,BUT IT IS HEAVENS GAIN. WE WILL BR PRAYING FOR YOU AND FAMILY. . JUANEZ GROOM
 

Deborah Hooper posted on 5/28/19
As a child I was always excited about my summer visits to Midland to see my grandparents because I knew that it would also mean getting to be with my Uncle Ben and Aunt Marsha...so many wonderful backyard BBQs and shared memories of family get-to-gathers... can just see Mother and Bill and Lonnie along with Granddaddy and Grandmother welcoming him Home...
 

Sheriff (Ret.) Dale Walker posted on 5/28/19
Patsy and children, we TJ, & Myself send our sincere condolences on your loss of Gary. Gary was such a great man of Christ and it showed in the way he touched so many peoples hearts. He gave me great support while working for him there and even to me as i was serving as Sheriff in Howard County. He really gave me my start in law enforcement and for this i'm forever thankful. God Bless.
 

David & Wanda Pierce posted on 5/27/19
We met Gary in 1970 when he was beginning his career in law enforcement in Marfa, Tx and shortly after his military duties ended. We were neighbors at the Pierce apartments snd though we were near the same age, he commanded a feeling of respect from day one. We proudly followed his career in Midland where many intelligent people saw in him what we saw—honesty, dedication and a good heart. Decades later we were in Midland, waiting to fuel our vehicle and there at the pump in front of us was Sheriff Painter who had driven his mother to a doctor app’t. After decades, he recognized us, finished his refueling, pulled his mom’s car past the pumps & got out to wave us forward so he could fill our tank. We didn’t allow him to but knew he gladly would have done it. That was Gary. RIP to a lasting friend and real human. We humbly offer our condolences to his family. God bless.
 

Linda Miles posted on 5/27/19
I worked with Gary and Patsy at MPD He was always the classic example of Honesty and integrity. He touched so Many lives both In law enforcement and in The public. He will be missed. My thoughts And prayers for healing In the days to come Go out to Patsy their children and all of Their family. Linda Harvey Miles
 

 
Charles Hodges posted on 5/27/19
We remember well our times of fellowship with Sheriff Painter and sincerely appreciate them all. From the Stop DWI, Inc. family, we 'salute' Sheriff Gary and his beloved family, and offer this candle of light that will burn forever. We love you, Gary and family. We love you Gary and family. May this light continue as a beacon to the dignity of human life. In appreciation, the family of Stop DWI, Inc.
 

Susan Sims posted on 5/27/19
I worked with Ruth at First National Bank around 1982. We had fun in the Credit Department. I have a drawing that one of our co-workers made of the group of us. When my mother passed away Ruth got in touch with me and sent me a copy as I had lost mine years ago. It's framed and on my computer desk. My condolences to the family.
 

Penny Prophitt posted on 5/27/19
He was a very special man an know that he will be missed greatly by all who knew him. Know that He will be watching over all.
 

Melinda Halstead posted on 5/27/19
Carol Ann: I'm just hearing the news. My heart literally breaks for you. Yours and Lynn's appeared to be a rare union of kindness, understanding, and grace. And lots of good times! Your faith (and, of course, your extensive family) will be your strength at this time and in the coming weeks, months, years. Thank you for the pattern of your life -- of leaning into the Lord's embrace in all circumstances. God bless you. Melinda
 

Donna Madrid posted on 5/27/19
Sammie was the best Aunt a person could have. She was always there for me and my family and we will truely miss her.
 

Charles Hodges posted on 5/27/19
Dear Patsy and family. We want you to know how much we appreciate you, Sheriff Gary and the family, for years of service to our community. Sheriff Painter was important to us in so many ways. Space does not permit us the opportunity to tell of all the reasons why. God bless you and thank you for allowing Sheriff Gary to be a friend and servant. Cordially, Charles and Faye, and the Stop DWI family.
 

 
Toni Ortega posted on 5/27/19
Your kindness and love for our community will never be forgotten. Thank you for your service. RIP Sir.
 

Sue Walker posted on 5/27/19
I remember all the fun times we had in Midland. Her personality was huge. RIP.
 

 
Patriot Oil Company posted on 5/27/19
Sheriff Gary Painter was a good friend to Patriot Oil. We will miss him stopping by the station while out on patrol, in the middle of the night to visit and reminisce about life and times in West Texas.
 

Jacque Saunders Lanning posted on 5/26/19
Sheriff Painter was a good friend to the Saunders family. He was a wonderful person, as is his wife and they’ve always so kind to me. We are so very sorry to hear of his passing. Our most heartfelt condolences to his family and the Sheriff’s Department.
 

Richard Melville posted on 5/26/19
My condolences to the family of Gary Painter. He was a very honorable man and the Law Enforcement Community will miss his leadership. I admired his leadership in Midland County as the Sheriff.
 

Terri Mercer Bramley posted on 5/26/19
He was a man of honor and strength. If you ask him a question he gave his answer so if you didn’t want to hear it don’t ask. I’ve known Gary through his daughter which I was friends with for sometime. He will be missed greatly. May God wrap his arms around the family and give them peace and comfort. We Love you Gary you will be greatly missed
 

Robert Meissner posted on 5/26/19
May Paula rest in the peace of the Lord Jesus Christ.
 

 
Angela Mayhall posted on 5/26/19
I have known Randy since high school. We used to go watch his band and hang out a lot. He was always a man that loved the lord. RIP Randy
 

Captain Justin A. Scott posted on 5/26/19
Sheriff Painter was a true West Texas lawman who faithfully served the citizens of Midland County and the state of Texas. He was always there whenever we needed assistance and was usually the first on the scene. It was an honor and privilege to work with Sheriff Painter and he will be tremendously missed by the law enforcement community across Texas. My prayers are with the Painter family and the Midland County Sheriff's office family.
 

Charles Hodges posted on 5/26/19
Carol Ann, Faye and I are so sorry we missed the funeral service. We want you to know our heart, mind and soul, are with you and the family. You know me, a Biblical person, and I would offer that Faye and I rejoice with Lynn as he is before the Lord, asleep for now, but will awaken when the Bridegroom comes, light his lamp, and go out to meet Him. One thing about Lynn's lamp, I am confident, there is enough oil in the lamp to keep it burning. God bless you and may God bless Lynn.
 

Danny Harland posted on 5/25/19
Dear Tiny, and Family, l am very sad to hear about Bernell. My Condolences to You and your Family. Danny Harland
 

 
T.B. posted on 5/25/19
R.I.P. You were so young with a beautiful family but God needed you more I guess. Keep your Angel Wings over your family and walk with the Lord in Peace.
 

Charlotte Dalton posted on 5/25/19
I can remember the days when Jobie and Leslie played together growing up. She will be deeply missed. You all are in my prayers today and the days to come.
 

Chastity Garcia posted on 5/25/19
My condolences to Estella, Frank, Tony, and all of the Vega family. God bless you all.
 

 
Gladys Fryar posted on 5/25/19
You are in our prayers! James Fryar Family
 

Gladys Fryar posted on 5/25/19
Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you in this saddest of all times! She was a very special person and to know her was to love her. We enjoyed so much the time she was our "neighbor". She came down several times just to say Hi and visit a little while. Also, I would like you to know what Dr. Chris Haddad told us about her. When James went to see Dr. Haddad the first time and he saw the name Fryar, he asked if he knew Leslie. James told him they were cousins. He then told us what a great nurse Leslie was and how much he liked to work with her! Thought that was pretty high praise! Love, James and Bo
 

Courtney Fremin posted on 5/25/19
Patsy, Deepest sympathies from Pam and I. We often talk of you and Allan’s time living here in Louisiana. May he Rest In Peace and our prayers are with you Courtney & Pam Fremin New Iberia, LA
 

Jonathan Downey posted on 5/25/19
My sincerest condolences to the Fryar family. Leslie was a very sweet, caring, and beautiful person. May God grant you all comfort and peace during this time.
 

Sheryl Johnson-Kitchens posted on 5/24/19
Larry, Sandie, Kerry & Leslie’s sons & family, I’m so sorry for your loss of Leslie. Leslie became a close friend of mine many years ago before she moved to BSHS and ended up graduating with our BSHS Class of 1993. We stayed in touch through out the years having lunch several times and recently chatting at Walmart. I can remember when Leslie came to BSHS and Sandie would send her with quarters in tinfoil to buy whatever she ate or drank at lunch. We had many fun times in her yellow beretta cruising Gregg Street along with everyone else back in our day. Leslie was an amazing basketball player, her 3pt’s she shot were phenomenal. Leslie had a heart of gold, a wonderful personality, a beautiful smile and the kindness that shine bright. Although your candle light here on earth is no longer burning, it’ll be glowing bright up in the heavens. You will be missed dearly. RIP in my precious friend.
 

Deborah Akins Johnson posted on 5/24/19
Patsy, I’m so sorry to hear about Allan. You’re in my thoughts. Deborah
 

Joycee Davis posted on 5/24/19
Leslie had the biggest smile of anyone. Sparkling eyes! My consoles to all the family!
 

Brandon king posted on 5/24/19
Trevor was a good roughneck and a great man he will not be forgotten
 

Chrissy Lopez posted on 5/23/19
My condolences to the Vega family. May God be with you all during this difficult time. Prayers for you all.
 

Chrissy Lopez Zepeda posted on 5/23/19
My condolences to all the Vega family. I will be praying for you all! RIP Irene!
 

Sharion & Don Richardson posted on 5/23/19
Sandie, Larry, Kerry & Fryar family, We are so very sorry to hear of your loss of Leslie. We are keeping each of you in our thoughts and prayers during this sad time. Our deepest sympathies to you.
 

Loretta Krieger posted on 5/23/19
Joanna, Lacey and all of the family, I am so sorry to hear about Keith's losing his battle. My heart and prayers are with you all.
 

Lauren posted on 5/23/19
Sorry for your loss
 

 
Barbara Kimber-Durr Stewart posted on 5/23/19
I enjoyed getting to know Lynn a little, during the Sunday morning Bible classes we both attended. I am quite surprised by his passing. Carol Ann, I pray the Lord sends angels to comfort you and the girls.
 

Mary Ledbetter Bond posted on 5/23/19
Prayers for the sons and her parents. I went to scoop at Borden County several years prior to Lesli. We talked about our BHS experiences while working together at Medical Arts Hospital
 

Mary Ledbetter Bond posted on 5/23/19
Prayers for her sons and parents. I knew and worked with Leslie T Medical Arts Hospital. Plus we both went to school at Borden County. Several years apart.
 

Marena Crutchfield posted on 5/23/19
So sorry for you and your loved ones loss Sully God bless and keep you and your loved ones
 

 
RON GASSER posted on 5/23/19
I first met Lynn when he coached my son in church league basketball. The team would not have been able to participate without his leadership. He did a great job and taught the kids how to compete as good Christians. There is a big hole in St. Ann's community as we have lost one of the good guys who has been active and consistent for several years in the building up of Christ's Church. I am certain the he has been told "Job well done".
 

Judy Tereletsky posted on 5/23/19
Sorry to hear of your loss. May the Lord give you strength and good memories to help you through this time.
 

Ginger King posted on 5/23/19
She was such a beautiful lady. Always smiling and laughing. She loved her family so much. I am so sorry for your loss. Many prayers sent your way.
 

Freddie Watt posted on 5/23/19
Sandie, Larry, and Kerry, I’m so very sorry for your loss! My thoughts are with you through these difficult times.
 

Mary Jo Tangeman posted on 5/23/19
My sorrow is deep - he was a very special person. Deepest sympathy to Joanna, Jim, Lacey, and both families.
 

Robert Anderson posted on 5/23/19
Lynn was a long term friend of our family and especially my father. I recall several meals shared together with Lynn and our mutual best friend Mike Kelly. To the family, our memory of Lynn will always be one of good times, laughs all around and generosity.
 

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Cheryl Morales posted on 5/23/19
She was a beautiful and sweet lady who will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you Kerry and Neanda and your family. Hugs and kisses.
 

 
Linda Kaye Stallings posted on 5/22/19
In loving memory of Leslie.
 

Margaret Davidson posted on 5/22/19
I'm so sorry for the lost of your beautiful daughter Leslie. There are no words to describe the loss of a child. All the family is in my prayers for comfort and understanding. Seek the comfort that only Jesus can bring.
 

Jo Etta Hart posted on 5/22/19
I am so very sorry to hear of the loss of your precious daughter. Please accept my heartfelt condolences.
 

Leslie Earnst posted on 5/22/19
Leslie was sweetness and light. She was that amazing blend of love and toughness when necessary. I always smile when I think of her three-point shot with the little kick when she threw the basketball up. If they hadn't been told about her, her opponents would stare at that tiny beauty with disbelief that she had that kind of power and skill. It was impossible to wear a frown around her. She pulled folks out of their bad moods and giggled while she did it. She loved her babies (sons) with every bit of her heart and proudly introduced them to her friends. Her family was there for her through many hard struggles, but they pulled together and found a way to overcome adversity. Larry and Sandie--She made the most of those 44 years on this earth, bolstered with your unfailing love and support. May God bless you and give you smiles that you had her all that time. Leslie was one of a kind and was loved by so many.
 

Todd Railsback posted on 5/22/19
I was so sorry to hear of Leslie’s death. She was such a terrific friend. I know that you have a lot of friends here who join me in sending sympathy to you and your family. She will be remembered not only for her smile but also for her willingness to always help others. It would be difficult to measure the impact she has had on many people’s lives she touched, personally and professionally. Please accept my condolences to you and your family for your loss.
 

MARIA WATKINS posted on 5/22/19
TONY & MIKE VEGA SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU AND THE FAMILY. MARY RIVERA WATKINS
 

Sylvia Polanco posted on 5/22/19
Rest in peace Tia..i love you..always..
 

Kenda McCormick posted on 5/22/19
Sweet Leslie...you were my first "best friend" I remember having...course..I think I was like 4 and you were 2 - but we were best buds :-) Your beauty and grace was always evident in everything you did. RIP. Sandie, Larry & Kerry & families - my thoughts and prayers are with you all. So many fond memory of our times together. Love you all.
 

Deidra Fuller posted on 5/21/19
Sandie and Larry, I’m so very sorry to hear this. You will be held close in my heart and prayers for your comfort and understanding during this time!
 

Neva Kay Faulkner posted on 5/21/19
Denna & Family So sorry about Allen. I so hope he didn't have to suffer as much as most do with this horrible disease. My parents (Edward & Gladine McGuire) were so fond of you and Allen and your family; we all were. Yall are good people. Wish you all the best, Neva Kay McGuire Faulkner & family Mike McGuire & family Kathy McGuire Belcher & family Gene McGuire
 

Laura Coker posted on 5/21/19
There are no words that can take your pain away, I'm so sorry for the family's loss. Leslie was a a beautiful person inside and out, she will be missed. Her smile was contagious. Our Prayers are with y'all thru your hard times. She will forever look over her boys from above, I hope they know she is always with them. Bless each and everyone of y'all. Love Laura
 

Patti Brown posted on 5/21/19
Sandy and Larry, there are no words to adequately express how sorry I am for your loss. Leslie was always so very sweet and kind every time I saw her. I will keep y’all and her precious boys in my prayers. Love, Patti
 

Pattie Hill Rose posted on 5/21/19
She was always smiling.. Very sorry for your loss. May the Lord comfort you and give you peace.
 

 
Dorothy Rogers posted on 5/20/19
Dear ones, I am sending my deepest heartfelt sympathy in the passing of your loved one. I always enjoyed seeing Bernell for a smile and short visit whenever we would meet. God bless and comfort each one of her family in the days to come Love, Dorothy Baker Rogers
 

CAROLYN Stephens posted on 5/20/19
Mona was one of the finest Christian Women I’ve ever met. I just heard of her passing. Met her through my sister Shirley Bodin who consider Mona her best friend. Every Tuesday was their Coke date at the Coahoma Dairy Queen. My fondest memory was of Mona with her trusty camera wanting to take your picture when we came down to visit. She was there for my sister till the end. Loved that little lady. My condolences to the family.
 

BILL ISOM posted on 5/20/19
DEAR DENNA AND FAMILY, MY DEEPEST SYMPATHIES ON YOUR LOSS. AL WAS A GREAT GENTLEMAN AND FATHER. WE HAVE CHERISHED MEMORIES OF OUR KIDS GROWING UP TOGETHER. MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU. WARMEST REGARDS, BILL ISOM
 

Tara posted on 5/18/19
I'm sorry for your loss. May the God of all comfort be with you during this difficult time. Acts 24;15 You have my condolences.
 

Rubin Reavis posted on 5/17/19
I worked at Webb AFB and Mona worked in the civilian personnel office. She always had a big smile and a helpful attitude. She was beautiful and such a sweet person.
 

Amy & Jordan Orosco posted on 5/17/19
Your family is in our hearts and mind. May many prayers surround your family today.
 

 
Travis A Zorn posted on 5/16/19
Uncle Steve was one of the greatest guys I have ever known he swas so kind and would never say no but now he has a new place called home with Jesus crist are savior rest in peace uncle Steve
 

 
Athena Hirth posted on 5/15/19
Love you Rene Tio! We will continue dancing every single day until we meet again. Love, Athena, Kambria and Arrow
 

Elizabeth & Brandon Buchanan posted on 5/15/19
Cathie, Jody, Teresa, & Margaret, We were so sorry to hear about Terry’s death. Want you all to know you’re in our thoughts and prayers as well as the rest of the family. Love Elizabeth & Brandon Buchanan
 

 
Terrie Wilson posted on 5/14/19
I am so sorry for your loss Cathie. May God comfort and guide you all during this difficult time. Terry was always such a good friend to me. He believed in me when nobody else did. RIP my friend. I love and will miss you!
 

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Sarah Clark posted on 5/14/19
Terry could always make me smile on a bad day. He somehow managed to simultaneously tell the best and worst jokes I've ever heard, as anyone who knew him can confirm. Always when I least expected it! He overcame so much in his life, and his love for his family was undeniable. He was so proud of his children. I feel so fortunate to have been able to spend time with the Tinney family. The love between Cathie and Terry inspired me as a young woman. My heart goes out to all of you. Terry had the ability to walk into a room and fill it with the type of lightness and laughter that is unforgettable. That is something that death cannot touch. I truly believe his light will continue; I know it carries on in on his children and grandchildren.
 

Sandra posted on 5/14/19
My condolences to the family. Please be comforted by the Bibles promise of the resurrection. John 5:28,29, Acts 24:15. If you would like to learn more about the wonderful promises in the Bible, please visit jw.org.
 

Margaret Hiett Williams posted on 5/13/19
Things in Midland will be a lot fuller without Terry. He could stir up and crowd.
 

Lee Majors posted on 5/13/19
We are so sad at the loss of our outstanding friend. A fine person in every respect. I will miss him dearly and have hope that his fine family will be at peace and have cherished memories.
 

Sherry Sanders posted on 5/12/19
I am sorry you were hurting so bad ! My heart is broken, Billy loved you ! God be with Mike, help him!
 

T Barny posted on 5/12/19
The planet has lost a star. My heartfelt condolences to you.
 

Jessica posted on 5/11/19
Im very very very very very very very very very very very very sorry for for for for your loss
 

Ron Stroman posted on 5/11/19
Jan, I remember Steve as a gentleman, good golfer, great cook and handsome dresser. I believe the world was a better place because of Steve Branton... Ron Stroman
 

Your loving granddaughter Schemickia posted on 5/11/19
God how I miss you , I miss everything about you papa I know you’d be so proud of me and all of my accomplishments.
 

Cindy Kennedy posted on 5/10/19
I’m so sorry for your loss. Mike lost his dad in October last year......it’s hard to deal with, but it will get easier as time passes. I’m sorry we can’t be there for you, just know that we are with you & your family in spirt & y’all are always in or prayers. Sincerely Little Mike & Cindy Kennedy
 

Carol Bolton posted on 5/10/19
My dad (Don Plumb) took me out to visit the Lazy E Ranch during the summer of my 17th birthday. It was one of my most favorite summers ever. Each day I was given a new adventure along with many laughs and smiles. My dad was returning to Florida in 1975 when unfortunately he crashed. Flying alongside my dad was my husband's father,Johnny Bolton. We met through our dads funerals and have been married for 39 years. We often talk of Connie, his ranch and the absolutely breathtaking memorial he built in honor of our fathers. We are so very,very, sorry. Such a wonderful man. I can imagine the conversations being held with other Warbird pilots who greeted him in Heaven. Bob Bolton and Carol Plumb Bolton.
 

Henry Vinson JD posted on 5/10/19
I'm sorry to hear about Connie. He was a great man. I have fond memories of him. My heartfelt condolences to the Edwards family. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Henry Vinson JD
 

Jane Gray posted on 5/10/19
Just learned of lynn’s passing. She will be missed. We loved being neighbors all those years. My sincere condolences and love to you Randy and Becky. Jane Gray
 

Jack Esposito posted on 5/10/19
We lower our flags to this Texas icon as we did for his friend ( and my brother) Pete who we just lost in February. When your at Oshkosh and Connie asks you to come fly his PBY you know you have gained a man's respect and friendship ! They are off to join an elite group of aviator's and we will miss them dearly . With Respect and Condolences Jack Esposito
 

Robert A. Shiel posted on 5/9/19
Dear Brenda and Family, My deepest Sympathy for your loss. I met Connie at an EAA Convention a couple of years ago. My friend and I shared a table with Connie and TA at a known "watering hole" just outside of the EAA grounds. That chance meeting turned into a lifelong memory as Connie, with TA's poking, told story after story about his exploits, that I retell today. The next day TA spotted us on the runway and invited us on the Albatross prior to the days airshow. Connie's first words to me were, "wanna beer". When the air boss checked in on us, looking around, he was like "Who's flying this thing! ". Connie will be deeply missed. I am forever blessed to have known, and to have had a "couple" with the infamous, CONNIE EDWARDS.
 

Sherye Marvin Cox posted on 5/9/19
I always loved going t visit with Mona. She was always so sweet to me like I was family. I will always remember that about her. She always had something nice to say about everyone. I remember when I would go to Walmart to shop and I would see her and she would have the biggest grin on her face. She always had to give me a hug and I told her in joking one time that she lives at Walmart but she told me she only buys one or two items there so she could just get out of the house and roam Walmart for exercise and to see if she could see any people she knows. That was the way she was, Always Friendly Toward Other People. RIP Mona. We all will miss you!
 

Captain Michael Bishop (retired) posted on 5/9/19
Brenda although I only got to meet you twice briefly I know and you now that Connie now has unlimited fuel to fly for all time. No one will or can ever say he will not be missed as he was just such a larger than life memory. He will stay there for me in all the days the Lord gives me to roam this earth as the most unforgettable person I have ever meant! May God bless you and keep you close to His heart for all the days of your life. We already miss him here in San Marcos! Captain Michael Bishop (Ed Naused's Friend)
 

Michelle Levy posted on 5/9/19
Mr. Parker changed my life many years ago. I will forever be grateful to him for his kindness and generosity. I send prayers and sincere blessings to the family for the loss of such a wonderful gentleman.
 

Rosemarie McGowan posted on 5/9/19
My dear Pze and Nicholas, Only God's hand could have led me to this page. Out of your lives long ago but never out of my heart. Connie was a dear friend who taught me how to live for others like he did. all of you created memories for me for a lifetime. Heartfelt prayers for your whole family. Rosemarie (wowee)
 

Sally Poteet posted on 5/9/19
I got to know Vernon while delivering his meals for many years. He was always so pleasant with a great outlook, no matter how bad his health was. I am glad I got to know him. May he rest in peace. Prayers for his family.
 

Vernon L. Cox, Jr. posted on 5/8/19
I love you, Dad! Your loving son,
 

Karen Fields posted on 5/8/19
I went to high school with Bobby. That's the name we all called him. He was one of the sweetest spirits I knew. Always with a smile. His eyes even smiled. I guess God needed his smile. I can picture him now smiling so big and exuding the love he had for us all!
 

Deanna Morris Foresyth posted on 5/8/19
I had known Mona since the early 1970's when I taught her son Roy at Coahoma High. She was a wonderful, sweet lady, who always had a cheery disposition and a smile on her face. She had my utmost respect and she will be missed. We always enjoyed catching up when we were shopping or met up at stores around town. Rest In Peace, old friend.Deanna Morris
 

Laura Drake Dawson posted on 5/8/19
I am so sorry to hear the passing of wonderful woman.
 

Ronda Klein posted on 5/8/19
We will miss Mr. Cox dearly. He was like a second dad and grandfather to us all. We love you Mr. Cox. You will stay in our hearts forever. Love from us all, Ronda and Benny Klein, Kathryn Klein and Harmonie Klein, Stephen Klein, Gerald and Landen Klein. To the family: I know you will miss your dad and grandfather a lot. Our thoughts and love are with all of you.
 

Teresa Cazares posted on 5/8/19
Mr Cox who we lovIngot called Tataw was an extreordinary role model in my life growing up. His love for family was to the moon and back and beyond. The memories and life lessons I learned from him are forever in my heart. Sing loud up there with Grandma Cox and Aunt Vicki. We all now have another angel to walk with us down here until we meet again.
 

Ed. Naused posted on 5/8/19
Dear Brenda my deepest and heartfelt condolences for the loss of your great friend, confidant and loving husband, Connie Edwards. Wishing you and your family the strength to continue on as Connie would have wanted. I first met Connie on the ramp of Owen Roberts Airport, having walked up to him and asked if I could "hitch a ride with him on the Albatross". " sure ole friend" was his response.From then on it was always the same,"hey Ed ole friend". Connie was a hero pilot of mine from early on, having read of his exploits in magazines such as Air Classics. Over the years I never lost the strong feeling of wonder and good fortune at being able to call Connie Edwards; a Hero Pilot,,, My Friend. So Connie, remember to "keep the blue side up"...though now, with your new found wings, you can keep the blue any where you want it, but never forget the wonder, the joy and the sheer fun of flying. Take care "ole friend".
 

Deborah Goodman posted on 5/8/19
Bob may not have won the lottery, but he lived life rich. From the service today it is obvious he touched many lives, and made an impact on individuals and the community. A man sitting behind me in the chapel said "Bob was a friend to everyone". He had a special way of making people feel important and valued. Although he was a very busy businessman, he was always calm and patient. He lived his faith, genuinely, and helped me remember the importance of joy in helping others. I will miss his laugh and big smile. I did not know until this week that he sang and played the guitar. I hope to hear that "on the other side".
 

Audrey Steakley posted on 5/8/19
My sincerest condolences to Paul's loved ones. He loved life, was a fighter, and was at his best and happiest when he was helping others.
 

Andy MacKenzie posted on 5/8/19
I grew up with Bob (but we called him Bobby back then). My earliest memories included him - he was always there. So thankful for the times we shared together. Love you Bob.
 

Gene Robinson posted on 5/8/19
"Men die, and cattle die, but glory lives forever in the fame of a man's deeds" --Ancient Norse proverb. My sincere condolences on the loss of your father.
 

Al & Pat Baldieri posted on 5/7/19
Brenda, we express our sorrow and condolences to you and your family. We pray you and your family find the fortitude to bear this great loss.
 

Gene &Nancy Plunk posted on 5/7/19
Tom was such a great attorney and friend with a heart of gold. He will be missed by so many. Love and prayers❤️
 

Lee & Toni Mason posted on 5/7/19
What a man he was-joyful, kind, sincere and fun! He will be missed for sure, but his legacy lives on in your beautiful children and memories of your loving marriage. To think that he is being embraced by the KING! We love you all and are so sorry that we are unable to be there to hug you close. You are all in our prayers. Love you-
 

Debra Naused posted on 5/7/19
I knew Mr. Wilson "Connie" Edwards as an intense and indomitable man. Intense was his love of aviation and aircraft. His 85 years of life most likely can only be expressed through all of the people who met him and their stories of times spent with Connie. He was larger than life. Quite a character most would say. He took his work and love of flying seriously. He could made me laugh no matter how many times he told his stories. I wonder if we will ever be able to read a book about his life that covers his varied accomplishments and the in-depth details of his many mission's. I sure hope so. Privileged beyond my wildest dreams to have been able to meet him (through my brother, Ed), see the Castle and spend time learning about times in history and the making of the movie 'The Battle of Britain'. I will surely miss sitting and talking with him.
 

David Weissman posted on 5/7/19
I'll never forget the 4 years I worked at TSQ. I regret not having returned. I think of all of you often, Brenda, Connie, Quade, Cindy and others. My best wishes to all of you, Grace and Peace from God or Father. May Connie rest in peace with his beloved son Tex.
 

Ryan S. posted on 5/7/19
I sat on a board with Bob for a number of years. What a fine man! The kind of man I would like to be. My heart is broken for his family. He spoke tenderly about his lovely wife. And his face beamed with joy when asked about his children. He knew he was a blessed man! And he graciously shared his blessings with the rest of us. May the Lord bless you and keep you; the Lord make his face to shine upon you and be gracious to you; the Lord lift up his countenance upon you and give you peace.
 

Bob Lester posted on 5/7/19
Met and got to know my friend in the 80's when I was working at the BSPD. Started hanging around his Harley Shop even though I rode a foreign one, always felt right at home. Last time I saw my friend was during a visit to the VAC in Big Spring for a checkup. We laughed and talked about the good ole days. Going to miss my friend. Ride strong with the wind to your back my friend until we meet again. To Robert and the family prayers for strength, wisdom, and faith during the days ahead without his presence. Loved him and his family.
 

David J Roddy posted on 5/7/19
Deepest condolences to Brenda and entire family. Totally agree with others saying Connie has been "The most interesting man in the world". I never tired of his stories. I'll send you off like the day we met. I'll open a can to you tonight. Keep them cold my friend Dave Roddy
 

Sharad Muralidhar posted on 5/7/19
Dear Brenda, Gitanjali and I were saddened to hear of Connie's passing. She had the good fortune of sitting next to him on a flight to Verona and he kept her in splits the entire flight. May God give you and the family the equanimity and courage to bear this loss. RIP. God bless.
 

Marie McClure posted on 5/7/19
We will miss you, but we know you are at peace in the arms of a merciful God. Your legacy of kindness will live on through your children and grand-children, and that is the greatest gift any mother can leave. Love and prayers to your family. Until we meet again, Marie McClure & Family in San Antonio
 

Mary Lou Hall posted on 5/7/19
Prayers and condolences to the family. She was a very sweet woman. I have known her and family all my life I guess. May she rest in peace.
 

Mary Lou Hall posted on 5/7/19
Oh my. I am so sorry to hear of Mona's passing. She was one of the sweetest more caring people I ever met. Guess I knew her all my life. May she rest in peace. Prayers and condolences go out to all her family.
 

Jessica Brooke posted on 5/7/19
"Well done, good and faithful servant" Oh how you are and will always be dearly missed. Thank you for all the ski trip memories, and for always blessing others with your gift of music. Anyone who knew you was truly blessed, and those that didn't sure missed out on knowing a true man of Faith and a wonderful friend. Continues prayers for Emily and the kids
 

Alan Patino posted on 5/7/19
My condolences to the Edwards family. " my dear old friend " is what he use to say when he saw me. I had the privilege to know Connie for over 30 years in Cayman and will miss his laugh and stories. He was truly "The most interesting man in the world." Rest in peace .
 

Roger O'Day posted on 5/7/19
I will remember Connie as a jovial friend, who was an instant friend in 1987. I was privileged to work on the HU-16. Great trip to Oshkosh. Thank you for being a regular guy. Prayers to the family. Amen
 

Gladys Fryar posted on 5/7/19
Please know you are all in our prayers during this time of sadness. Through Jesus Christ, we know she is at peace. This assurance can help through the difficult times to come. Love, James and Bo
 

Fr. Mark Cannaday posted on 5/7/19
When we talked about the Faith it was serious because we knew, each of us, that we were experiencing eternal life even in conversation. Those times with Bob were instructive, enlightening, and without doubt in the God of Life. Beloved Emily and the growing family were always near, both in person, thought and conversation. This tragic event breaks our hearts for Emily and the family. If our words could change things, we we would be at work. Jimmy Patterson wrote as clearly as could be showing the light and the Light Bob lived. We love him and Emily and these words remind us of the Eternity we share in our Lord Jesus, the Light of Life that Bob reflected so brilliantly. It is shining and our prayers continue. Fr. Mark and Doris
 

Debbie Foster posted on 5/7/19
I am so sorry for your loss. The family is in my prayers.
 

Patricia Hubbard posted on 5/7/19
I wish to express my sincere condolences to the family and friends of Colleen M. Cleto. May you find comfort in your loving memories of Colleen and in God’s promise to see our loved ones again through the resurrection. (Acts 24:15) What joy there will be to welcome back Colleen to a beautiful, peaceful earth as God originally purposed (Gen 1:28; Psalms 37:11,29) free from pain, suffering and death. (Rev 21:4) Hold on to all your happy memories of your precious Colleen and may these, along with all the promises of God, who cannot lie, bring you comfort and peace. (Titus 1:2) Questions will come up about why we die? Please go to jw.org to find satisfying answers to these and other questions about life. My deepest sympathies!
 

 
Renee Germani posted on 5/7/19
My memory of Bob is him always being there for me in times of need. When I found out he was going to be on the ACTS team with me, he gave me a big hug. He was like a second dad to me. His whole family meant the world to me.
 

M.L. posted on 5/7/19
Condolences to the entire family from the Cayman Islands. You will be missed.
 

Lionel Vincent Mougel posted on 5/7/19
My condolences for the loss of one true pilot and aviation legend. For the numerous times buzzing the ranch while flying around, it’s with a great respect that Connie’s life and career will always be an example and inspiration.
 

Tammy Waters posted on 5/7/19
Knowing Mr. Edwards and his daughter, Patricia has been a wonderful and remarkable experience. They befriended a stranger and made me feel welcome in Big Spring. His contribution to the community and to the world were extraordinary and spectacular, a true National hero!
 

Wayne Bissett posted on 5/7/19
When we talked,Bob never failed to ask how my family members were doing. He truly cared about his fellow man...
 

Mary Ann Krause posted on 5/6/19
Words just cannot express the deep sorrow I feel for the family left behind with a giant hole impossible to fill. Fortunately for Emily and the kids, they have a wonderful family and are surrounded by friends who love them and will be there for them. Bob was just an all-around great guy and he will be sorely missed. I wish I could be there for the funeral, but I will be there in spirit.
 

Christine & Dave Ogle posted on 5/6/19
Emily and kids, our prayers are with you constantly. We love you and are so sorry for your loss. The Ogles
 

Tracy Leeward Kuipers posted on 5/6/19
The Leeward Family has such fond memories of Connie. He took me on my first Albatross ride and I loved every minute of it! He will surely be missed. Blue skies.
 

Carl Wyrick posted on 5/6/19
Enjoyed the Webb experience of the Air Force association. Your patricipation was greatly appreciated. Lots of great flying stories. Was a great time! RIP my friend. Clear skies and tailwinds. Carl Wyrick Lt/Col USAF {ret}.
 

 
Randy, Lois, Eric and Erin Randall posted on 5/6/19
We 1st met Howard when we moved to Big Spring in 1982. While we weren't riding a Harley at that time many of the people we met and rode with did. Howard, Lois and me just seemed to hit it off immediately. Howard kept trying to get me on a Harley. When we would have visitors at our home he would loan Lois and me a bike so that we and our visitors could go riding together. He did get us on a Harley in 1989 and a year later helped me set up a sidecar on that bike so we could take our 2 children with us. We have many great memories of our time in Big Spring and Howard contributed to many of them. Thank you Howard for your Air Force service and may you Rest In Peace.
 

 
Terrie Wilson posted on 5/6/19
RIP my sweet friend. I will never forget you or how caring you were to all of us. You were such a blessing to us all. God please guide Colleen's family and friends during this difficult time. Love you girl! See you on the other side
 

Marsha and Mark Fairchild posted on 5/6/19
Dearest Ones, It is always a Christian's hope that at the time he is called "home", he has achieved his mission that God created him for. Sweet Bob, did what he and he alone was put on this earth for. He lived his life here with you, always in anticipation and preparation for his eternal life with His Savior. What joy and comfort for you to know this with confidence. We have been blessed to know him. May our Lord's peace cover and abide with all of you. We keep all of you in our thoughts, hearts, and most especially our prayers. Love, Marsha and Mark Fairchild
 

Pam posted on 5/6/19
I never had the good fortune of meeting him in person but was blessed to have had him as my insurance agent. Rest one eternal peace Bob. Praying for the family. Asking God to bless them with peace, love, strength and understanding.
 

Kimi posted on 5/6/19
Connie was a great man, he had loved flying as that was his nber one thing to do besides traveling to the places he loved. He will be missed my many.He is now with his beloved son Tex Edwards as well as his best friend/brother Jimmy Moore last but not least his dachshund Waldo. God calls us home when our time is up we lived our life to the fullest. it's never goodbye It's I will see you again. We miss you Connie but always remember you did what God had In store for you on Earth and gained another Angel.
 

casey smith posted on 5/6/19
My great aunt Linda is one to remember!! She had the sweetest soul anybody could ask or, if she felt like she needed to say it...she said it!! She sure knew how to have a good time!! she started the party and ended it when she was ready!!! She really made great use of her time here on earth and surly left a piece of her in each and every one of us!!!! Rest up Aunt we kno u were hurting but ur Home now like you said!! Now fly high happy and pain free! I love each and every one of u!!!!! -Casey Lynn
 

Nanette King posted on 5/6/19
I remember the day Bobby was born. He always had a smile on his face and was a joy to be around. I enjoyed watching him marry the love of his life Emily and watching the love and dedication he had to his children. He has a way of making everyone feel special. He was like our grandfather. He walked the walk and talked the talk. He will be missed by this cousin. My prayers are with Emily and the children at this time. Nanette King
 

Nanette King posted on 5/6/19
I can remember the day Bobby was born. He has always been a joy to be around with his great smile and kind heart. It was a pleasure to see how much he adored Emily and his children. He was always easy going and made you feel very special at every encounter. He was like our grandfather. He walked the walk and talked the talk. He will truly be missed by this cousin. Love, Nanette
 

Bill Brooks posted on 5/6/19
Had many memorable times and events with Connie. He believed in me when others didn’t and provided me with opportunities that I would have never experienced otherwise. Rest In Peace my friend
 

 
Jamie Ramirez posted on 5/6/19
I remember the first time we met I walked into the Oasis and sat at the end of the bar after a bad breakup, with eyes filled with tears. Your words to me were "honey you're to pretty to be sitting down here all by yourself, come down here and sit with us". I knew then I had a friend for life. I thank God he let us cross paths because you are an important chapter in my book of life. It's not a goodbye friend, it's a see you later. Miss you dearly... Take Care,
 

 
Chris & Nikki McCoy posted on 5/6/19
Rest in Peace Connie, We will miss your visits to the Cayman Islands. You were an Ambassador to Cayman my friend. Prayers and Thoughts go out to your Family and Friends at this time of sorrow. We will always remember you.
 

D.G. Benton posted on 5/6/19
Foy was a workout buddy at the YMCA. He often would regale me with details of his participation as a Houston Cougar at the 1953 College World Series. His memories were clear and vivid. He also shared his recollections about life in the minor leagues up north and how the cold bus rides motivated him to go back and finish his degree! I was honored to share time with him at the gym and get to know his story.
 

 
Gayle Moore Abbott posted on 5/6/19
Connie will definitely be missed. There is much to be celebrated about his life because he achieved so very much. Personally, I just remember his adventurous spirit, the great stories he told, his wonderful wit and sense of humor, his generous hospitality and his kindness. I feel fortunate to have known him and pray that he is at peace, on to new adventures, and having a grand time with family and friends who transitioned before. Sending prayers, love and blessings to P.Z. and all of Connie's family.
 

 
Anna Vargas posted on 5/6/19
May eternal life shine on him.
 

Anna Vargas posted on 5/6/19
My deepest condolences to all of Bob's family. I worked for Bob for about 7 months and he was a great person and boss. He always took the time to say hi at the fair or wherever i would run into him.
 

Jim and Therese Owens posted on 5/6/19
Of all the people we've met in our lives Connie Edwards was among the most interesting and will doubtless be sorely missed by his many friends and his family. Sincere condolences to Brenda and the Edwards family.
 

Annette Woodward posted on 5/6/19
Although I never met Connie, he was a hero of mine. I learned of him through his lovely and loving daughter Patrica. Oh how her eyes sparkled when she talked about “Daddy”......her love. Our lives end. But our memories live forever and ever. The stories, the adventures and the unconditional love that will never be diminished will always remain. Listen closely Connie....many will be holding you in their heart and you will be hearing from them, sir.
 

John Sterling posted on 5/5/19
Our heartfelt condolences to the Edwards family from John and Kim Sterling in Honolulu. Fond recollections of my visit and phone conversations with Connie that began with “I’m still not coming to Hawaii!” With a chuckle afterwards. Connie was such an inspiration for me in much of what I do trying to preserve aviation history. Rest In Peace, my friend. John and Kim Sterling
 

Juan Rodriguez posted on 5/5/19
Sorry for your loss I work at the quarrel for many years he always treat us as friends instead of employees. He will be miss
 

Barbara Bass-Stevenson posted on 5/5/19
To the entire Edwards Family, My condolences to each of you for your loss. The handful of times that I saw Connie he treated me as if we had known each other for a long time. He was so nice and kind. Connie will be greatly missed. You are in my prayers.
 

Chuck Monson posted on 5/5/19
Sorry for your loss. Connie was such a great guy and interesting person. Prayers and sympathy to Brenda and the entire family for your. Loss. Chuck & Sherry Monson
 

John Minniece posted on 5/5/19
Just learned through the May issue of the Texas Bar Journal that my Marfa buddy and dear friend, Lloyd, passed away in December. I wish I had known soon enough to attend the memorial service or at least send flowers. I was always appreciative of his interest in Texas history, especially the history of Fort D A Russell. My wife and I add our condolences to Lloyd’s family.
 

Sandy posted on 5/5/19
father of my children good friend great man and will be so greatly missed. Love you Connie. Now you are with Connell give him a big hug from me. X
 

Terry Land Gallardo posted on 5/5/19
Brenda you’re in my prayers and my heart aches for you.
 

Lynda Thorpe posted on 5/5/19
I am truly thankful to have known Connie, he was a wonderful and funny person, he will be very much missed.
 

John & Christine posted on 5/5/19
With our sincere condolences to all the family. We unfortunately never managed to meet you Connie . Rest in Peace alongside your son Connell . With our deepest sympathy from Downing family all in the UK.
 

Kermit Weeks posted on 5/5/19
It was great having spent time with you! Best of Luck on your Continued Journey!
 

Shanna Tatsch posted on 5/5/19
You will forever be in my heart Colleen... Soo lost for words...Praying for peace & strength for everyone..
 

Todd & Tami Schnatzmeyer posted on 5/5/19
Our heartfelt prayers are with Connie and your family.
 

Bob Owsley posted on 5/4/19
Connie always welcomed me as a friend and offered me a cold beer and a great story from his life. He will be sorely missed.
 

Duke and Marsha Pointer posted on 5/4/19
Prayers and condolences to the family. Brenda, know that we are thinking of you. We love you and I am happy to have known and enjoyed Connie. He was special indeed. May he Rest in Peace! Love, Duke & Marsha
 

Jan Mann posted on 5/4/19
I am so sorry . . . my prayers and heart are with you and your family.
 

jo Ann Doom posted on 5/4/19
Thinking of you and praying for comfort & peace for you and family during the days ahead. Love Jo Ann O'Daniel Doom
 

Dixie Sellers posted on 5/4/19
May light perpetual shine on him. Tom was a steadfast and brave man. Praying for family. Dixie and Fr. Steve Sellers.
 

Pam Jones posted on 5/4/19
Our deepest sympathy to your family. May God grant each of you peace. Danny and Pam Jones
 

Albert / Coach Castro posted on 5/3/19
Mr. Boyd was a gentleman and was a very friendly and likable person. I will always appreciate and remember his friendship. Ms. Sue Angel and I would like to express our heartfelt condolences to and yours. Please feel free to call upon us at anytime. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
 

Robert Selman posted on 5/3/19
Sorry to hear of Roy's passiing.I remember when I held a meeting in Midland. Praying for comfort and peace for the family in this time and tha God will continue to let you have wonderful memories.
 

 
Bob Thrasher posted on 5/3/19
Your light has gone out but your Memory Burns Brightly.
 

Bob Thrasher posted on 5/3/19
It is so sad to lose a friend and as Collen said: "It's not the beginning or the end, ITS WHATS IN BETWEEN THAT MATTERS!!!" She mattered to so many and I know it is not easy to accept her loss. Rob, I know your heart is broken I would like to say I hope you will soon find peace in your self. I pray for the healing from God to comfort you in this time of loss.
 

Your Son posted on 5/3/19
Another year momma! As I sit here and still refuse to believe you're not with me. I love you and miss you every day!
 

Kyle Maynard posted on 5/3/19
Very sad to here about Tommy. Went to school with him in Whitesboro, Texas Class of 1983. Have memories of playing with him here. Wishes of peace to his family at this time.
 

 
Cheri and Shel Suter posted on 5/3/19
Praying for peace and God’s loving arms around all of you! I’m sure God said “Well done my good and faithful servant. Welcome home Tom.”
 

Debbie Aguirre posted on 5/3/19
My precious baby my heart is so broken I will meet you one day and we will be with our Lord.. love so much son
 

Barbara Springer posted on 5/3/19
Our profound condolences to the entire family of Lora Springer Eastman. Yet we also rejoice that Lora is HOME with our Savior and Lord Jesus Christ! In HIS love with our prayers! Barbara and Steve Springer
 

SHZRON JONES posted on 5/3/19
MISSING YOU AND ALL THE GOOD YOU DO FOR PEOPLE AND FAMILY MAY YOU BE DANCING IN THE SKY LOVE MEME
 

Lisa Trewin posted on 5/2/19
My deepest condolences go out to the entire Whistenhunt and Bourn families on the sudden loss of Tim. I know he was a beloved son, brother, husband and father and has touched so many people's lives. I hope you are able to take time to cry and grieve...time to laugh and reminisce....and time to feel blessed that Tim was part of your lives. May God bring you peace and comfort during this difficult time of loss.
 

 
Sam posted on 5/1/19
I have so many wonderful memories of my sweet Aunt. She was a wonderful aunt friend my other mom . You always felt at home in her house. She didn't know the word stranger. If you need a place to stay her door was always open. She was always so full of life. Dancing and having a good time. That's is how I will always remember her. The life of the party. I know she is at Pease watching over all of us. I will miss you so much and you will always be in my heart. Fly high aunt !!! And be pain free. Love you to the moon and back.
 

Lucinda Orr posted on 5/1/19
I am heartbroken for your family as I empathize with the shock and grief you are experiencing from the sudden loss of Tom. My prayer is that the Lord's peace that passes understanding will bring you comfort and strength. I am so sorry.
 

Robert Anderson posted on 5/1/19
Sorry for your loss. He was a good man and co-worker. Prayers for family.
 

Obituary Midland posted on 5/1/19
We will always remember Mary John. What a sweet lady. Tommy and Sissy Miles Ballard
 

 
Michelle Garcia posted on 5/1/19
Many prayers for today. ❤️
 

Nila Guzman posted on 5/1/19
Please kindly accept my deepest condolences for family and friends who loved and grieve for Linda . May God, who is "a hearer of prayer" (Psalms 65:2) and understands your sorrow, comfort and strengthen you during this difficult time with the promise at John 5:28,29("Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice (29) and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life, and those who practiced vile things to a resurrection of judgment.") Sincerely, Nila Guzman
 

Clayton Pate posted on 5/1/19
“Wrangler”...my teammate, my brother, my pitcher...praying for your entire family. Keep that arm loose and home plate available until we meet again.
 

Michelle Garcia posted on 4/30/19
Cathy- I just wanted to take a minute to let you know how much we are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers. You and Ron have always been so special to me and Im so sorry for the loss you must be feeling. My heart is broken but I know he is whole again and watching over you. Please take care of yourself and remember how much you are loved and how precious you are to me. Love always- Shelly ❤️
 

 
Pamela Sançhez posted on 4/30/19
Cathy, We love you and loved Ron. May he rest in peace. Our hearts will always remember the wonderful times we share. We are and always will be here for you. Our memories will always be in our heart.
 

Clayton Pate posted on 4/30/19
“Wrangler”...my teammate, my brother, my pitcher...you will be truly missed. Keep that arm loose and home plate available in the land of glory until we meet again. You will always hold some of my best playing day memories and will be truly missed. There will never be another one like you. Love you Your catcher, Clayton Pate
 

 
Charlie & Marilyn posted on 4/29/19
Cathy, we love you and we loved Ron. We will always remember the many good times. Our hearts and prayers are with you.
 

 
Tara Parker posted on 4/29/19
So sorry for your loss, you are in our thoughts and prayers. Tara Kubena Parker
 

John E. Dudley posted on 4/29/19
Ginger joins me and all the Dudley Bros. Ranch family in sending out most sincere condolences to Bill and all of Mary John's family as we learn with great sadness of her passing. Such a beautiful and delightful lady. The embodiment of a true Texas ranch lady: very able and professional guardian of the land and cattle, all the while showing great style and elegance. She will be truly missed by a host of family, friends and admirers. You all will be in our thoughts and prayers. Very sincerely, John Dudley
 

Samijo simmons posted on 4/29/19
My hearts with family and friends, Prayers for all
 

Roxie Swain posted on 4/28/19
Dale and family, we were so sorry to hear of Betty's passing. I am glad we had the privilege of knowing her, she was one of the sweetest people I have ever known. May your family treasure the host of pleasant memories you shared with your beloved wife and mother. You honored and loved her beautifully. In sympathy and love, Roxie and Harold Swain, Jal, NM
 

Carolyn Grimsley posted on 4/28/19
Love and Prayers
 

Carolyn Grimsley posted on 4/28/19
Love this family and prayers go out to them all. To Lisa his wife I’m here for you if you need me. James was a wonderful husband to you and a dad. I’m so glad you had him as long as you did. God Bless You. Praying for you
 

Carolyn Grimsley posted on 4/28/19
Love this family and prayers go out to them all. To Lisa his wife I’m here for you if you need me. James was a wonderful husband to you and a dad. I’m so glad you had him as long as you did. God Bless You. Praying for you
 

Tim Escarsega posted on 4/28/19
Hello, I knew Dakota. I worked with him at Starbucks; I even picked him up to take him to school in college one time and we got Chick-Fil-A together. We were always laughing and having fun. I always enjoyed working with him, especially when we were in a rush because we had to move fast and he always got those drinks out. One of my best work friends. I’m so sorry you(his family) have to go through this; he was gone too soon. It’s so sad because God did not intend for us to die, he intended for us to live forever on paradise earth. Comforting to know that one day we will all be reunited with our dead loved ones - Revelation 21:3,4. Such a comforting Scripture.
 

David Dominguez Jr posted on 4/27/19
Vaughn and family my deepest condolence prayer for all sorry couldn’t make funeral
 

Jan Boeckel posted on 4/27/19
Ann, My heart goes out to you and your family. You are all in my prayer! Jan Warlick Boeckel
 

Doris Schmidt posted on 4/27/19
We love you Victoria and family from Logan Schmidt family.
 

Sheryl Kitchens posted on 4/27/19
A great man gone far too soon from us, this earth but what a beautiful soul & angel gained! You meant so much to so many of us, my husband said it best, he wished he could have been half the man James Darling was, he always had a smile, he was always happy, he was so kind to everyone he came in contact with & would help anyone anytime they needed him. James you were a selfless man that gave his all, last dollar you had & the shirt off your back! Thank You for loving my cousin/sister, YOU WERE & ALWAYS WILL BE HER TRUE LOVE. It's not goodbye my sweet cousin, but until we meet again, REST EASY, spread those wings & fly high above us all. If anyone deserves those wings, it was you! WE LOVE & MISS YOU DEARLY, WRANGLER!
 

Margaret Hiett Williams posted on 4/27/19
I just found out about this. I am very sad. He was Great at his job.
 

dianna colton (eccleston) posted on 4/27/19
My deepest sympathies and condolences to all of Ashley's family and friends. And a special blessing to her precious children. They were her life. You all will be in my thoughts and prayers tomorrow and always. God bless you and bring you peace.
 

Walter j Petronella posted on 4/27/19
I only new dakota for a short time. I am a daily coffee drinker at Starbucks and i met him there.The young man always put a smile on my face. He was a good person and one of the finest young man I will never forget.I cannot express in words how sorry i am for your loss. Rest in peace young man
 

Chuck Clugston posted on 4/26/19
Dear Greta & Gina, Your dad very definitely one of our favorite uncles. Uncle Harold was one of the few people I have know in this life who was the same ever time I was around him. I know this is a sad time but take comfort in the full life he had. Chuck
 

Robert Jacob Snell and Family posted on 4/26/19
Our deepest condolences. May God comfort you during this time.
 

Kathleen (Darling) Smith posted on 4/26/19
My nephew James was such a genuine great guy ! He had such a sweet soul that has touched our hearts since the day his mom and dad brought him into this world through their love, Gosh we love and will miss him. Our hearts are heavy❤️
 

Nelson LeMarquand posted on 4/26/19
Our deepest sympathy on this horrific loss. There are no right words. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.The LeMarquand family of Florida
 

Kellianne Brown posted on 4/26/19
Dear LaKyn, I am so very sorry for your great loss. You were so kind to have taken care of my granddaughter Ruby. she has Sickle Cell. My daughter Roxey shared with me of your sweet angel korbyn Jae. I want you to know that I am so moved by your ability to share with us your Christian faith regarding her passing onto a heavenly reward. I too work here at UMC in Cops. My son passed away 3/29/2018. I don't think I have accepted his death yet. You give me hope that one day I can first think how joyfull I am that he is in heaven. He was my firstborn. He was 35 years old with 5 children. I will keep you in my daily prayers. May the Holy Spirit comfort you each moment of your life as you grieve for your sweet angel. I am deeply sincere about my sorrow for you and for her father. I am here for you one grieving mother to another. May God bless and your testimony sweet Lakyn.
 

Betty Thomas posted on 4/26/19
Love, thoughts and prayers for all. I’m so sorry for your loss.
 

 
Vincey posted on 4/25/19
I always felt like I was a stronger version of myself when we hung out. Driving you back from my house and watching the sunrise after we wasted the night playing games will for all of my days remain some of my purest memories. Thank you, Dakota. We'll meet again
 

Kym Armendarez posted on 4/25/19
Lakyn and Matt, I am heartbroken to hear of the passing of your baby girl. I am lifting you both up in prayer at this difficult time. May the Lord give you peace and heal your hearts. Have faith and don’t take your eyes off Him. Love you both. Love, Kym, RN (3 East)
 

Lorinda Torres posted on 4/25/19
I met Ashley while I was Old Town 'Tiques, she was so full of energy & creative ideas. I looked forward to our visits everytime she came into the shop. God Bless you Ashley, you will be missed. Prayers to & your beautiful family.
 

Donna Rich posted on 4/25/19
I will miss Paul. He was a good friend and co-worker. He loved to cook and enjoyed caring for his patients.
 

Lorinda Torres posted on 4/25/19
I met Ashley at Old Town 'Tiques Mall, she was full of energy & always made me smile! I enjoyed her creativity & always looked forward to her visits at the shop. God bless her & her family, she will be missed.
 

Donna Rich posted on 4/25/19
In memory of Paul Medina. I worked with him several times over the years He was a good guy, a good friend and he will be missed.
 

Theo Blue posted on 4/25/19
R. C. and I grew up together in Rankin, TX. He is in Heaven now. Deepest Sympathy to his family and all who knew this wonderful man. Many memories come to mind about him. I'll only take the space to share one. R. C. was in Tiki Island, where my wife and I lived at the time, visiting Dr. Steve and Trudy Rea and their daughters, Alicia and Ashley. He learned from the Rea's that I was also living at Tiki. He asked the Rea's to bring him over to our home for a visit. R. C. and I had a good visit. This was before Dr. Steve Rea had accepted a position with the Midland, TX Hospital. Since that time I have received calls from Midland friends of Dr. Rea asking if they knew Theo Blue. Dr. Rea was on the Council at Tiki and I took his position on the Tiki Island City Council when he resigned to move to Midland.
 

Casey Clugston posted on 4/25/19
Dear Cousins: Uncle Harold was one of my favorite uncles. I know he lived a full life, loved and was very proud of you two. Chuck and I will make a donation to the American Heart Association in his memory in lieu of flowers. I only regret that we all didn't get to spend more time together
 

Sheila Martin posted on 4/25/19
Lakyn and Mathew, I'm so sorry to hear you lost your precious baby. May God bring you his comfort and strength as you go through this heart-breaking time in your life.
 

 
Michelle Huber posted on 4/25/19
Lakyn and Mathew, My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family..
 

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Wayne Cypert family posted on 4/24/19
So sorry Andy and family for this terrible loss. I now see her older children were my cousin Walter Fields grandkids and his son Wesley’s children. Small world. Wayne and I both can barely walk. He is recovering from ten surgeries on his left leg in 2018 and I have been waiting on him to get better to have back surgery. I would like to see your Mom and all of you but I couldn’t get out of bed today. You have all of our deepest sympathy and we will be praying and asking GOD and Jesus our Savior to give you strength to withstand the days to come. Leasa and all of her family knew her and said she was a Sweetheart. Come and see us and the Bradford’s anytime for anything.
 

Gary & Judy Jones posted on 4/24/19
Our Much Love & Deepest Sympathy to each of you. Our prayers go with each of you as you enter this new season of your lives. We realize there will be a huge Void without Mary John. But she taught you all well and she would want each of you to Press on-toward the prize that is set before you!! Our Love and Prayers for each of you. God Bless & Hold you safe and secure in His Arms!!! Gary & Judy Jones Colossians 1: 17 And HE is before All Things, and IN HIM - ALL THINGS HOLD TOGETHER!!!!❤️
 

Joyce Wilson posted on 4/24/19
I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Gary. Sending prayers to the family.
 

Pat and Cindy Boone posted on 4/24/19
So very sorry to hear of Mary John’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time. Pat and Cindy Boone Elida, New Mexico
 

Pam Reeder posted on 4/24/19
I am so sorry for your loss
 

Mary Ledbetter Bond posted on 4/24/19
She was always sweet and kind to everyone. My prayers are with all the family. We lost a dear lady.
 

Nicole Bash posted on 4/24/19
Our sympathy and prayers are with you. May God give you strength. Sincerely, Delores Currie and Nicole Bash
 

Robbie and Hopper Kleck and family posted on 4/24/19
We're so sorry to hear about Mary John's passing. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you.
 

Robert Wilson posted on 4/24/19
Ashley was always a ball of fire and an awesome woman in high school and in life. My prayers for her family and friends. She will always be remembered and loved.
 

SHELLEY A EDWARDS posted on 4/24/19
Kathy and Family~ My condolences to you and yours on the loss of your dear Daddy. I love and miss you and think of you often. From your old pal, Shelley Blocker Edwards.
 

Janet Hemmingson posted on 4/24/19
I had heard about Hodge Podge for several years. I became a part of the Old Town Tiques Mall family over a year ago. That is when God blessed me with the most AMAZING woman!! She was always full of life, love, energy, doing for others !! She immediately invited me to her home. Her home was exactly like her....energetic, revolved around her children and her many passions in life. She has guided me thru an extremely emotional time in my life this last year. I pray that I can continue this journey with the same grace, dignity, and love that she did. I miss her so much!!
 

Karron Gibson posted on 4/24/19
I will so miss our talks about Family and God, you were a blessing to all those around you. You are sorely missed but I know where you are and with God's blessing will see you again someday. Love You Karron
 

 
Alice Bane posted on 4/24/19
Warm and infectious smile. Sweetest boy. Love, Jeff & Alice Bane
 

Lana Martinez posted on 4/24/19
Vaughn, I'm so sorry to hear of your dad passing. What an extraordinary life he had! I pray for you & the family at this time. Love you. Lana~
 

Ron and Jannette Westbrook posted on 4/24/19
We are praying for all of you! So sorry for your loss!
 

Mary Lou Hall posted on 4/24/19
Skeeter - Just read this and wanted to say how sorry I am for the loss of your sister. May she rest in peace.
 

Mary Lou Hall posted on 4/24/19
To the Hipp Family: You are all in my thoughts and prayers through this difficult. Have known you all for most of my life. Heartbreaking for you. Rest in Peace, Gary.
 

 
Beth Wakefield posted on 4/24/19
Lakyn and Mathew, words cannot express how sad I am to hear that you lost your little precious angel, Korbyn. Sending love and light to all three of you.
 

Mary Lou Hall posted on 4/24/19
Paul and family: I am so sorry for your loss. Your family are in my thoughts and prayers. May she Rest in Peace. God Bless your family through this difficult time.
 

 
Vicki and Rodney Allen posted on 4/24/19
We are so sorry to hear about Dakota. Our hearts are breaking for you . You and all the family are in our thoughts and prayers. God bless you.
 

Kris Pesina Kincanon posted on 4/24/19
My condolences to you all! I love and miss you already Amy. You were such a beautiful soul. R I P my dear friend.
 

Tim and Mary Cain posted on 4/23/19
Words can not express how sorry we were to hear about Amy. Her smile always lit up a room. May her sweet memories help you during this difficult time. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
 

Tricia posted on 4/23/19
May the angels lead you to paradise.
 

Charlotte posted on 4/23/19
To the sweet Berringer Family: I have so many good memories of little Amy girl going all the way back to those chubby little toddler legs! I know your pain is almost more than you can bear. There is really nothing anyone can say to ease this pain, but I am praying that God will give you peace and grace and understanding in the days to come. Your journey has only just begun. It is a long and hard one, but believe me, one day you will be able to bear it. Eventually you will get stronger carrying it around. If you ever need me, please call.
 

Tricia posted on 4/23/19
Although I do not know the Reyher family, I would like to share a beautiful inscription I once saw for one's beloved daughter: 'She was ushered straight to the arms of Jesus- and to see her again you must be saved' I hope this offers some comfort and reassurance.
 

 
Candace Dawn Henry posted on 4/23/19
Heaven gained a hero, we at The Open Door OutReach Ministry, in Se Tex. Send our prayers to his wife, children, grand-children, and all those that loved this awesome man of God.
 

Irene Nieves posted on 4/23/19
John, I am so sorry for your loss , my heartfelt condolences to you and your family. May she rest in peace.
 

 
Jordan Williams posted on 4/23/19
God shall wipe all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, no crying, neither shall there be any more pain: For the former things are passed away. -Revelation 21:4 I am so sorry for your loss, life is really unfair sometimes but there is only so much we can do about it. I have y'all in my prayers and I pray that y'all will be able to get through this together. - Your friend Jordan Williams
 

Lisa Martinez posted on 4/23/19
Our deepest condolences are with you all.
 

Lisa Martinez posted on 4/23/19
Our deepest condolences are with you all may our Heavenly Father hear and heal your hearts as we put you all In my prayers. I didn’t even know this lady we were on I20 when the terrible accident happened that took her life away we were 2 cars in front of the 18 wheeler before it came to a stop. I prayed that no one would get hurt then come to find out I read about someone losing there life in the accident. Sorry for your loss may God give you all peace.
 

Vicki Beets posted on 4/23/19
Paul will forever be in my heart. He was a very caring and compassionate man.
 

Donna Williamson posted on 4/23/19
Our deepest condolences to the your families. Our prayers are with you all. Hilton and Lanelle Witt Donna Williamson
 

Jorge Sosa posted on 4/23/19
Love and miss you big dawg, we gon hold it down I promise. forever and always
 

Nicole Ivie posted on 4/23/19
Amy was a beautiful soul with an infectious smile filled with laughter, and a once in a lifetime friend. Our condolences and prayers to Andy, Adi, Tailor and the Berringer family. Sincerely, Nicole Ivie & Art Trevino
 

Dian White posted on 4/23/19
Bob - You were my second father after dad passed away. I love you dearly and could never repay or thank you enough for everything you did for our family. The example you set as a Christian man will never be forgotten. The advice you gave to me and the special relationship we shared will always warm my heart. I know Jesus has said to you as you entered into heaven "a job well done". I love you Bob, thank you for the memories; I will always cherish them. Dian
 

Debbie Temple posted on 4/23/19
Gail I cannot pretend to know how you and your family are feeling in this tragic moment, but please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you all. I did not know your daughter but if she was anything like her mother, I know the world has lost a good human being, but know that heaven has gained a beautiful soul.
 

Caleb schlagal posted on 4/23/19
He was my great grandpa sadly i never got to say goodbye but he is in a better pace i miss you so much grandpa i will never forget you and i will live my live in you honor and make sure your remebered
 

Linda Hagler posted on 4/23/19
Dear Nelda, Am saddened to hear of the loss of your beloved Carvel. He was a delight to be around and we thoroughly enjoyed having him perform at the Ballroom Dance Society dances. May precious memories help give you comfort. Prayers for God's perfect peace that passes all understanding. Christ's radiant love, Linda Hagler BDS Past President
 

 
Shanna Piercefield posted on 4/23/19
I loved momma kay so much. I would go to her for advice and we was always welcome at her house when we was all younger. God bless her and the family. She will be missed dearly but God took her on the most welcomed and beautiful day the day the lord rose from the dead.
 

 
Tim Conner posted on 4/23/19
One of many memories! Friday Night Rides to the Skating Rink. We would all pile into the station-wagon and Kay would drop us off and pick us up! Good Times!
 

Tim Conner posted on 4/23/19
Where to begin...... I was one of the children that Kay expressed that unconditional love too in so many ways. If you didn't know better you would have believed I belonged to her....:) My immediate exposure to Kay and her family was only over a five year period some 40 years ago, but the impact and friendships in my life still exist to this day. I have never known a more selfless, loving, kind, sweet, caring woman, and I will never forget the times that we shared! Love you "Momma Kay"! "Timmy" (Tim)
 

Renee Childers posted on 4/23/19
I extend my deepest sympathy in the loss of Gary. I remember Gary as a very young boy. He was the cutest thing! My prayers for the entire family.
 

Pamela J Matthies posted on 4/23/19
I'm sad to hearing of Paul's passing. I worked with him at the State Hospital here in Big Spring. Our son had a double lung transplant for cystic fibrosis so Paul and I talked often of both Paul and my son's lung issues and health. We prayed for Paul during our church Bible study at Spring Creek Fellowship. He will be missed. Pam Matthies
 

Elsa Rodriguez posted on 4/23/19
Andy and family , you are in my thoughts and prayers. The first time I met your wife Amy her beautiful smile and personality won me over right away. I have no words to comfort you during this tragic moment but know that you are in my prayers. May god be with you and your family during this difficult time and to give you the strength you need . My most sincere condolences to you and my apologies for not being their with you. If there is anything I can do for you please let me know. Love you nephew ❤️
 

 
Mindy schlagal posted on 4/23/19
Papa you were my daddy my whole life I love you I will always love you you will never leave me I know you won't but I know you've taken your place in heaven with the Lord if anybody ever deserves to go straight through with you Papa it's you I'm so lost without you I feel like a part of my soul left with you Papa I love you so so so much Papa
 

Donna Wright posted on 4/23/19
Amy was always so helpful and was a true blessing. She will Be missed by many. My prayers are with her sweet family
 

Angel Hillis posted on 4/23/19
My heart will forever be changed knowing such a special spirit as Amy. She is truly a one of a kind. Her laugh, her smile, and the love she carried for so many, I will never forget. My prayers for comfort for all that knew and loved her.
 

 
Twana Bara posted on 4/23/19
I love you so much and will miss you forever. Thank you for being like a Dad to me all these years. I was so humble to be in your presence. Thank you for always telling me that you l" loved me too honey". You were a FANTASTIC BLESSING to my girls as a grandpa. I'm going to miss calling you to check on you but I know that you are in God's hands. LOVE YOU SO MUCH AND WILL MISS YOU FOREVER.
 

Becky Rejon posted on 4/23/19
My prayers of comfort and healing go out to the family and friends of this young man.
 

Kevin McClure posted on 4/22/19
Reggie was a classy lover of Jesus, a straight shooter- no guile , & she will be greatly missed. Respectfully, Kevin McClure
 

Maria watkins posted on 4/22/19
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. Amy was very friendly lady. Her smile always made you smile. May she rest in peace and may good lord comfort you through this difficult time.. Terry &Mary Watkins
 

Suzy Freeman posted on 4/22/19
You are in my thoughts and prayers.
 

Craig and Melissa posted on 4/22/19
Aunt Darlene, our thoughts and prayers are with you all in your time of mourning.
 

David Burleson posted on 4/21/19
6 years ago, I met Gary and it was a pleasure and a blessing. A great man he was brightening anyone’s day with humor and good conversation. My heart, thoughts and prayers go out to his sweet mother Darlene, along with all his family and friends. Peace and blessings, David Burleson.
 

Terry Shaffer posted on 4/21/19
My condolences to the Hipp family of the loss of a father, son, brother, & grandpa. Gary will be greatly missed now & in the future. May the grace & peace you need now & in the future be found in Jesus Christ. I remember the great time we had playing together as kids I’ll be praying for you.
 

Margaret Hiett Williams posted on 4/20/19
Carvel was a delight to be around. He was such a gentleman and that wonderful smile of his warmed my heart. Carvel and Nelda were so wonderful and kind to me when my husband was ill and after my husband died. I went to see them in the hospital last month and was not surprised at the wonderful care Nelda gave him. He will always be in my heart.
 

Arlene Carroll posted on 4/20/19
We did not know Mr. Hipp but were on the same lake fishing the night of this tragic accident. Our sincerest condolences and prayers to the family. Rest in Peace Mr. Hipp.
 

Carolyn M Harris posted on 4/19/19
My deepest condolences to the Hipp family. He was a great man. My best friend & my rock. I pray everyone whose life he touched finds peace and comfort.
 

Paula Pagano posted on 4/19/19
Trey, Sue, Shirley and family, My deepest sympathies for your loss! Foy was a great man! I know he will be missed dearly. Keeping all of you in prayer during this difficult time.
 

 
Sherrie Poole posted on 4/19/19
Crystal, No one knows why our loved ones are taken away from us so suddenly leaving so much hurt and pain that is seems almost unbearable, just remember you have family here to help you and the kids get through this long journey ahead of you. We love you guys!
 

Carole Ann Pigman posted on 4/19/19
I was going to try to get ahold of you to let you all know that Mom and Dad, Calvin and Virginia Pigman, my Beloved parents passed away August 8, then Dad, 3 months later, November 14, 2017! I tried looking up your phone number then found out that Regina just passed to Heaven! I had so wished I could have spoken with you all and shared Mom and Dad's pictures! I found pictures of you all enjoying your youth together, travels to Florida on vacations together! You are vacationing with Mom and Dad in GLORY! <3
 

Tony olivares posted on 4/19/19
My deepest condolences to the Tubb family. To Patricia, Gloria and Richie from Tony Olivares from Houston tx. Please feel free to contact me at 7134199831. Thanks and miss Mr Horace Tubb.
 

Tina Pierre Strambler posted on 4/19/19
I am saddened to read about Mr Carvel Mills. He was my first sponsor during the 13 years I lived at High Sky Children’s Ranch. I remember the first day he picked me up in his Mercedes and we ate at Texas Burger then went to the park where he taught me to throw a frisbee and learn a few Spanish words. I loved going to his house and watching him play his Saxophone while his lovely wife made us sandwiches. He was the grandpa every foster child dreams of having. I will forever cherish the moments we spent together and all the help and support he provided me. My last time with Carvel was at his office downtown having a hot cup a tea and reminiscing about our frisbee playing days and how he was proud of me raising a family and being successful. thanks to the Mills family for sharing your dad and allowing him to have an impact in my life.
 

Doug and Neila Johnson posted on 4/19/19
We are saddened by our loss, but Bobbi lives on through all her students. True, she was a great teacher of children, but she taught many young wives and mothers such valuable lessons. Thank you for sharing her with the rest of us.
 

Edna Hibbitts posted on 4/18/19
So many hours of pleasure with Carvel, Bobby Crues and others enjoying jazz together. The caring relationship shared by Carvel and Nelda.
 

Brent Jordan posted on 4/18/19
For the past 25 years, Foy's presence at the Friday Lunch Bunch has been the highlight of lunchtime. Foy showed all of us that we can age without getting old. His kindness, humility and great sense of humor was constantly present. We all loved Foy (Peaches) and will forever remember and miss that special happiness, that was Foy!
 

 
LYNN MITCHELL posted on 4/18/19
You and your family are in my prayers. I personally did not know Patrick, but I understand he was a great Father, Husband and Co-Worker. We at JM Test Systems believe each employee is a member of our family and Patrick will not be forgotten.
 

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Shawnda Thompson posted on 4/17/19
My condolences to your family I am so sorry for your loss are used to work with Mike and he was a great guy he touched a lot of lives, bless your family
 

Patsy Jean Martin posted on 4/17/19
Margaret was a cousin that I met online while a group of us cousins were trying to determine family relationships. She was always kind and thoughtful and I had hoped to meet her one day.
 

Leona Fugate posted on 4/17/19
So sorry to learn of Kennths decrease. My condolences to all of his family.
 

Pam Tullos posted on 4/17/19
I remember meeting Betty while we were in line to get a flu shot. So sorry for your loss Dale, Brian and Becky.
 

Pat Mars Thomas posted on 4/16/19
Betty and I went to school together. She was such a beautiful young lady. I am so sorry for your loss. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers.
 

Konica Minolta Friends posted on 4/15/19
Our sincere condolences to the entire Malone family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
 

Jon & Kelly Griffin posted on 4/15/19
Gerry was always a hoot to be around; always cheerful, witty and funny! So hard to lose your mom. We love you Kelly!
 

 
Samantha Maghamez posted on 4/15/19
Footprints Also Known As "I Had a Dream" One night I dreamed a dream. I was walking along the beach with my Lord. Across the dark sky flashed scenes from my life. For each scene, I noticed two sets of footprints in the sand, one belonging to me and one to my Lord. When the last scene of my life shot before me I looked back at the footprints in the sand. There was only one set of footprints. I realized that this was at the lowest and saddest times of my life. This always bothered me and I questioned the Lord about my dilemma. "Lord, You told me when I decided to follow You, You would walk and talk with me all the way. But I'm aware that during the most troublesome times of my life there is only one set of footprints. I just don't understand why, when I need You most, You leave me." He whispered, "My precious child, I love you and will never leave you, never, ever, during your trials and testings. When you saw only one set of footprints, It was then that I carried you." Sending love and prayers to Crystal, the kiddo's, both families, and friends Love, Sam and Todd
 

 
Denise McComb posted on 4/15/19
Rest in Peace Mr. McGrath
 

Linda C WhiteL posted on 4/14/19
My condolences to a such beautiful lady whem I got to meet when I first moved to ig Spring. Fly high with the angels and may your beautiful voice be hear. I will miss you. Love you my friend in Christ.-- Linda.
 

Brittany Fraley posted on 4/14/19
I remember every family event he was there, always beside Joyce and Vernon. It was apparent how much he loved and cared for his parents throughout his whole life. My girls and I are sending prayers to all our family in Midland we love and miss everyone very much.
 

 
Rebecca Van Veghel posted on 4/14/19
Remembering Mom today on the anniversary of her passing. I miss you Mom and think of you every day. Know you are still missed. Give me a sign when you're near. I love you.
 

Jerry Fuls posted on 4/14/19
Jennie was always so much fun. Always a positive attitude. She will be missed by many.
 

Dana Stephens posted on 4/14/19
Our prayers and sincere sympathies to your family at this time
 

Twyla Foreman posted on 4/14/19
I will always remember Gerry as being the straight forward, tell it like it is woman....and she loved! She truly cracked me up at times with her dry sense of humor!!! You had better have your seatbelt on if you wanted to go toe to toe with her, LOL! She was one of a kind and I and proud to have been related to her. Kelly, my love to you and the family. Twyla Foreman
 

 
Pennie Smith posted on 4/14/19
It's very hard to know what to say when a tragedy like this happens. The most we can hope for is some kind of peace for those left behind that loved Patrick so very much. Crystal, we love you and pray that you find the strength you need to get you through. I do not know Patrick's parents, but as someone who has lost a son, I hurt with you and for you. For Patrick's children, I just hope that they will know their father through the memories you give them. Prayers and tears are with all of you.
 

Anlee fekkes posted on 4/13/19
Sweetest Regina, we love you and await a joy filled reunion with you! We know your delight is now complete. I cherish my memories of you and your gentle spirit. Thank you for rejoicing with me when we welcomed our first child. Thank you for praying with me and comforting me when a dear friend lost hers to heaven too soon. Thank you for teaching me joy and laughter and the value of marriage. Your life was the intersection of Christ likeness: humor, service, wisdom, joy and laughter. We love you. We love your faithful Robert. We love those who love you still and pray that heaven will comfort them.
 

Steve Richardson posted on 4/13/19
Lettie was someone who, without her knowing it, influenced my decision to become a clinical social worker instead of psychologist. She did so by graciously sharing with me her experiences of helping people who were in pain. Hours spent in the kitchen drinking our first morning cups of coffee together are some of my most cherished memories of her. With each story, she taught me how important kindness is and how rare a gift it can be when offered to someone who has nowhere else to turn. I truly believe that nothing in life is an accident and that Lettie was placed in my life for a reason. I will miss her and I will, forever, cherish the time God allowed me to spend with her. She mattered and she made a difference. Thank you, Lettie.
 

Virginia (Ginny) Burns Smith posted on 4/13/19
Always such a beautifully put together lady! I will always remember her that way. She was kind to me when I was young and just beginning my life away from home. Good memories, sister-in-law....good memories.
 

 
Denise Weaver posted on 4/13/19
Rest In Peace Mike
 

Sheila Cook posted on 4/13/19
I love Mykikee very much. I carried on my hip when was in braces for his CP and went to some therapy given by Dr. Collins. I remember him wrestling with his brother Matt, and his arm locking around Matt’s neck. He had no control on the arm and it took both parents to get him loose. We went to the park across from their house, and I took care of both boys when Joyce and Vernon went out on their motorcycle. I have many fond memories of my cousins, and they will last forever. I love you Mike, tell my mom and dad I miss them. God bless your family Mykikee.
 

Arita Routh posted on 4/13/19
We are so sorry for the loss of Mike, your husband and best friend. We love you and will always be here for you! Love, Arita and Michael Routh
 

Joey Pinard posted on 4/12/19
Every memory that I have of Mike Syler was so full of laughter, he always had an award winning smile, that I will deeply miss. Growing up with him was a blessing beyond measure. We had so much fun. Thank you Mike for a lifetime of great memories.
 

Alan Hurley posted on 4/12/19
She was a nice kind Christian lady. Always had a smile. She was really kind when she work for hospice. Prayers to the family. ❤️❤️. She gone but never forgotten. ❤️❤️
 

Rene Pipes posted on 4/12/19
I met Lettie through my mother, Patsy Sparkman, as they were both involved (passionately) with the Presidential Museum, Republican Women & Republican Party. Lettie had so much passion to make this world a better place and she & her involvement in our world will be greatly missed. Truly, she lived her faith and loved her Family & Friends. My prayers go out for the Family & Friends! I feel fortunate to have known Lettie. She was a dear friend who now has joined my dear Mother.
 

Richard Marshall posted on 4/12/19
Mike Syler is my best friend. He was apart of my life every day. He was there when ever I needed him. There was nothing he wouldn’t do for me and my family. He was the type of man that you could talk to and he would listen and take it upon himself to help you with anything. If I mentioned my grass was getting tall, when I would get home the next day my grass was cut and weeded. If something broke and I was a little short on cash he would go get what was needed to fix it and want nothing in return. Having Mike as a friend was a blessing and a privilege. I loved him like a brother. I will miss him everyday
 

Susan Massey posted on 4/12/19
JOB WELL DONE TO SUCH A LOVING MOTHER WIFE GRANDMOTHER SISTER. AUNT AND FRIEND .. PATRICIA BENNETT I WILL FOREVER CHERISH OUR YRS OF MEMORIES AND THE LOVE YOU GAVE ME ALWAYS . MY CONDOLENCES TO THE ENTIRE FAMILY AND PRAYERS . GONE TO SOON ❤ FLY HIGH MA .I WILL SEE YOU ON THE OTHER SIDE
 

Kay Flowers posted on 4/11/19
So sorry to hear of Trish’s passing, Charlie. My prayers and condolences go out to you and your family! May God bless you with strength and comfort during this difficult time. God bless!
 

Bob Murray posted on 4/11/19
David was one of the friends of my youth. Our fathers owned land together and we worked together on land survey crews where we cut a many a mile of North East Texas brush lines. We also attended A&M at about the same time. He was a good friend and a brilliant engineer. Praying for the family in this time of loss.
 

 
Sylvia posted on 4/11/19
Deepest condolences to Patricia’s family. So sorry for your loss Emily. Sylvia
 

J. H. "Jim" McPherson posted on 4/11/19
I was a coach and teacher at Westlawn Junior High School when David was a student there. My family was also a customer of his fathers animal clinic. I want to offer my condolences to David's family, I am so very sorry for your loss. David was a joy to have as a student and athlete, I really enjoyed the years we were associated. He was the type of student that makes teaching so enjoyable. I am so proud to know his career was so beneficial to the world, in part because I was a science teacher.
 

Dooly and Jody Barlow posted on 4/11/19
We were so very sorry to hear about David! We had wondered where you guys had landed after TAMU. Our condolences and prayers are with your family at this difficult time. David was always a true character and will be missed by so many
 

Jim Dammann posted on 4/10/19
Becky I am so sorry to hear of Dave’s passing. It was always a carnival to be around him and he was a good partner to me in our ventures. May God comfort you during this time of sadness. Our sincere sympathy to you and the girls. jim and suellen dammann
 

Diana Trotter posted on 4/10/19
My deepest condolences to you and your family. I send you many hugs and prayers!!! Diana
 

DIANA TROTTER posted on 4/10/19
My deepest condolences to you and your family. Many hugs and prayers!!!!! Diana
 

Stephanie posted on 4/10/19
She was an amazing woman to work with when she was at MC. Sending blessings of peace and comfort for her family!
 

Vickie Adams posted on 4/10/19
I am very sorry for your loss Emily. May God wrap you in his arms and comfort you.
 

Jo Etta Hart posted on 4/10/19
I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers for y’all.
 

adelle dowling posted on 4/10/19
So sorry to hear of Jennie's passing. She was such a great person and very easy to work with whenever we needed catering at Midland College. She has been missed since she left MC and I know she will be greatly missed by her family. God bless you all, Adelle Dowling
 

Barbara Fennell posted on 4/10/19
So sorry for your loss. I really liked Jennie and ate at the dining hall many times while she was managing it. I will keep your family in my prayers.
 

Sheryl (Johnson) Kitchens posted on 4/10/19
Jessica, Kenzie & Family, I’m so sorry for your loss. May the Lord wrap his loving arms around you all during this difficult time. Sending lots of love, hugs & prayers. Love y’all! Greg, Sheryl, Kerigann, Lance, Kaelon, Kadyn & Koltyn Kitchens Morgan Harbour & Presleigh
 

Fonda Bowen posted on 4/10/19
My thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends that have lost a beautiful, compassionate, joyful person. I'm sure she is bringing in smiles and laughs with the angels. She will definitely be missed here on Earth!
 

Sylvia G Cevallos posted on 4/10/19
May our loving God wrap his arms around you & bring you comfort during this difficult time. My deepest condolences. She was such a sweet & kind lady. Prayers for both of you.
 

Deborah Pearce posted on 4/10/19
I have enjoyed knowing Trish for many years. I can’t remember when she would always have a smile on her face and received a big hug from her. To the family you have all my prayers going up for y’all. Love to all of you.
 

Sheryl Johnson-Kitchens posted on 4/10/19
Emily & Family, Please accept our deepest condolences on your loss of your precious mother. I know how much you loved her & she loved you. It’s been a few years since I’ve seeen her, but she was always a wonderful, loving, sweet, precious, & kind hearted woman. She was always so good to me when we were younger in high school & the (3) of us best friends always being together like glue! I know she’s in heaven singing in the choir enjoying every minute with no more worries or struggles ever again. I know she’s in heaven with my daddy, singing, dancing, rejoicing, catching up & chatting with John Lennon! I’m willing to bet they’re both singing with him, “Let it be”....... May the Lord wrap his loving arms around you all as lean upon him for strength during this difficult time. Love you, Em!!!!
 

Kimberly Hildreth posted on 4/9/19
My heart is broken! Trish was such a beautiful person inside and out. First time I met her I was 12 years old and I have loved her ever since! She would go out of her way to help others and make you feel special. There are so many fun memories that I will treasure forever! Rest In Peace Beautiful Lady “Mom”. ❤️
 

Beatriz Perez posted on 4/9/19
I am so sorry for your loss. Our family got to know Patrick as our kids were in early childcare together and our homes were nearby. Patrick always had a special way of making others feel special. He will be missed in our community in Oak Grove Georgia. Our prayers are with your family in this difficult time.
 

Geri Blake posted on 4/9/19
Sending love and peace to you all. Bill Bennett and Geri Blake.
 

Christina Ramdeo posted on 4/9/19
Hugs and prayers Lori that you find peace. Please let me know if I can help
 

Donna Sargent posted on 4/9/19
So sorry to hear of Mike's passing. I worked with Mike for many years at MMH. My thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends.
 

DiAnn Ervin posted on 4/9/19
My heart goes out to your family for the Loss of Jennie, I thought she was an wonderful person, kind, mostly gentle, was an excellent cook and had amazing recipes and the majority of us at Midland College thought highly of Jennie. Prayers for peace and comfort in Jesus Name.
 

Pat Lewis Platt posted on 4/9/19
I didn't know Brenda, but I do know that she made my friend, Mike, very happy. She must have been a wonderful woman and I know she will be missed by everyone who knew her.
 

Kyle Ford posted on 4/8/19
My Dear McDuffey Family and Friends, I am grieved to hear of Sam's passing and my thoughts and prayers are with you all. I have so many memories of your dad ranging from his favorite easy chair and news paper in hand up to fly fishing on the Conejos River or Toltec gorge. What awesome memories your dad afforded me as he included me in your family vacation to both Tammeron Colorado and the cabins there on the Conejos. Knowing of Sam's faith in Jesus and trust in what Jesus did on the cross for him gives me deep peace about where and how he is now! Sam is reveling in the indescribable glory of seeing the Lord along with all the faithful and side by side with Nelda. I love you all and continue to ask God to meet each of you in His deep love and make Himself known to you hourly.
 

Lane Springer posted on 4/8/19
Lori- so sorry to hear of your loss...he fought long and hard with you by his side.
 

Johnny , Jason , and Jeanie Eads posted on 4/7/19
So sorry for your loss Linda and Greg. Prayers to the family
 

Patty Schuelke posted on 4/7/19
Newell was a fine man. God bless his family as you grieve his passing.
 

Alvin I Riddle posted on 4/6/19
Newell was a very special friend of mine and my family. A Christian man that lived a long life, had a special relationship with Frances and a large family of the Tate clan. He left quite a legacy for his family, but most importantly the Christian influence he had on his family and friends. His struggles are over now and we have the fond memories of the good times that he has left to us. Praying for Frances, Kelly,Mark, Terry, Tim and Laurie for strength and encouragement through God, family and friends. Newell will be missed from this earthly life but one day we can be joined together again if we will only obey God's commandments.
 

David West posted on 4/6/19
Brenda was a sweet and caring person.Her sense of humor and smile are missed.May you find peace and rest in the bosom of Christ.
 

Paul S. Gill posted on 4/6/19
Our sincere sympathy to all of Jane's family. Love, Paul and Lynette Gill
 

Ellen Phillips posted on 4/6/19
Pam, I just learned about the loss of your sweet mom. What a great lady she was, and what a beautiful written summary of her life. Her written Recommendation for me was the beginning of my cherished membership in Chi Onega Fraternity. I will keep Nancy and you and your entire family in my prayers. Much love to you in this difficult time and my sincere condolences.
 

Alex and Kim Childress posted on 4/6/19
Our sincerely condolences on your family’s loss. We will be keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers.
 

Butch Obermier posted on 4/6/19
she was one of the smartest women i ever knew, through her experiences she was able to analyze, suggest, and or solve any issue. her common sense yet no nonsense approach to things, made her not only a "go to " person, she was also able to pick you up and point you in the correct direction and saw that you got to the end with support... i will always love her and to the ones that read this just know that, if i could back a couple of years and tell her how much she meant to me in my life what few times i was around her.
 

The Blount Family “ Caprock Brothers Landscaping” posted on 4/5/19
Our Deepest Condolences! Prayers and thoughts are with the family.
 

John Martinez posted on 4/5/19
I always will remember how kind he was to me and my brother. Where ever Mrs. Brooks was, there he was. What a great guy. He will be missed.
 

Linda Cortez White posted on 4/5/19
My condolences to the Brenda was a kind caring person.May she RIP.. you will be missed by many but never forgotten.
 

John Soria posted on 4/5/19
Sad a shocked to hear about your passing Bud. The consolation for those you have behind is that you are in a far better place enjoying the company of your loved ones who left before you. You touched many lives and we will always remember you with a smile. May you rest in God's Kingdom for ever...
 

Laurie Churchwell posted on 4/5/19
Dean, I’m heartbroken for you. You and Aenid were such a delight at DRRC. I always enjoyed visiting with you. Aenid was so sweet and happy. You have wonderful memories of her, and I know you’ll miss her terribly. I’m so sorry.
 

Martha Beene posted on 4/5/19
I got to know and love Jo Nell while she and my husband were patients at Big Spring Center for Skilled Care. I loved seeing her face light up when she saw me and and seeing her walk the halls in her wheelchair. She really lit up when I had a lollipop for her. My husband passed away in February and she’s one of the special ones from the nursing home that I’ve missed seeing every day. So sorry for your loss. Love, Martha Beene
 

Billy Glen Whitis posted on 4/5/19
My mother Joni Whitis worked for Freddie at sheppard air force base in Wichita Falls while I was a teenager I remember Freddie so much she was a sweet sweet lady may she rest in peace
 

HELEN SNYDER posted on 4/5/19
Jim Bill and family with my deepest sympathy to you and your family. Nancy was a dear person. I know she will be missed by all. May time accomplish what no words can do. May God be with you at this time.
 

Natalie Cole posted on 4/5/19
Stephanie my heart breaks for you and his siblings. I haven't seen him in about eleven years but he looks the same, older of course, a smile that brightened the entire room. I taught him as a toddler in mother's day out. I believe I had him later in three year old preschool as well. He was one of God's bright and shining stars with such a love of knowledge. He will be greatly missed by so many. May God surround you all in his loving arms.
 

Ed Allison posted on 4/5/19
God Bless all the Warren family. Prayers go out for peace comfort & love to all. & to Jeremy & Kendall Blessings!
 

 
Misty Russell and Children posted on 4/5/19
Uncle Albert I want you to know that I miss you so much it hurts. I think about you and miss you every second of every minute of every single hour every single day. Things just aren't the same in the house without you in it, I can still hear your voice when you would be getting on to Rylan and Kinzlee or Little Brandon for playing in the house. I will never forget the night me you asked me to cook crab legs and you ended up in the kitchen helping me and you told me sitting at the dinner table with Little Brandon and your plate piled to the Moon with crab leg shells that that was the best meal you've had in a long time then little Brandon found a crab leg that looked like a nub and said look it's mister Crabs and we started busting out laughing!! I'm always going to hold onto the memories that I have with you....especially the ones with you and my babies!! I wish you here to see Kasadies little baby boy you would be so very proud of her I know I am!! I love you and miss you so much uncle Albert and our little talks we always had whenever I went somewhere with you. In my heart you will forever always remain. Your niece, Misty Dawn
 

Jerry and Sharon Liles posted on 4/4/19
Aunt Jody was such a wonderful and loving person and will surely be missed. May God comfort you during the days ahead. You all are in my thoughts and prayers.
 

Brandy Buchanan posted on 4/4/19
Stephanie, My heart breaks for you and your family during this time. Nothing we say or do will ever take the away your pain. I can only hope the love you feel from friends and family during this time bring you comfort. I will pray for peace for you and your family and healing in time. Please know you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. If there is anything we can do we are here for you no matter the distance. Sending our love, The Buchanan's Delbert(Buck), Joann, Brandy , Blain