Indicates a link to their page in the database.
Little Mary, daughter of W. H. Inman, died at the home of its grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Sapp, July 9th, after being dangerously ill for nine weeks. In spite of all that kind
hands could do, the reaper came and little Mary's spirit was wafted to its home in Heaven.
O not in cruelty, not in wrath,
The Reaper came that day.
'Twas an angel visited the
And took the flower away.
We gave in tears and pain, the
flower we most did love;
We knew we would find it
in the fields of light above.
written by its aunt, Lonie Sapp
(sometime between 1908-1917)
Jonathan Webb Graves passed away Monday night, 3 April 1911 at his
home on North Oak Street. He was a printer.
J. W. was born on 29 September 1830 in Indiana. He moved to Missouri as a child. J. W. became a printer at 16 years of age. He served in the Civil War in the 1860s and was an officer in the Calvary under the service of Marmaduke and Price in Trans-Mississippi department. In 1868 he established the Cleburne Chronicle in Johnson County, TX and moved to Graham, Young County, TX in 1876. In August 1876, he started the Graham Leader newspaper. J. W. was a Methodist and a member of the Masonic Order as Royal Arch Mason.
He sold the Graham Leader in the Fall of 1904 and retired.
J. W. married Sarah C. Inman in 1855. She was a 16 year old girl of Springfield, Missouri.
He is buried at Oakgrove cemetery, Graham, Young county, TX.
Survivors: wife; Children: W. L. Graves, Olney; R. E. Graves, Bryson; Mrs. P.A. Martin, Graham; Mrs. B. R. Wagner, Covington; Miss Jessie Graves, Graham; Rozell Graves; Mrs. Sarah C. Webb.
Sources: 1. Young County Death Certificates, Book "0"
2. Graham Leader, 6 April 1911
Mrs. S.C. Hudson, aged about 67 years, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. G. W. Monks, Thursday morning, and her remains will be interred in the Smyrna
graveyard today. The Leader offers sympathy to the bereaved relatives and friends. (This is Sarah Catherine Elizabeth Porter - Mrs. William Inman)
The Rains County Leader, 7 July 1916
JUDGE J.P. INMAN PASSES AWAY
This community was shocked beyond expression when the announcement came Wednesday of the death of Joe P. INMAN at a local sanitarium, due to injuries received by falling from a wagon last Saturday, when the wheel of the wagon ran over his body causing internal injuries from which he could not recover.
Judge INMAN has long been identified with the best interests here, having bought a ranch west of town several years ago, and through the years of development of the country, has always done his share. He was well known thoughout a large section of the country, and had hosts of friends where ever he was known. in him the country has lost a real builder, and there are scores of readers of the Texan who will be really grieved to read of his untimely death.
For several months Judge INMAN has been in poor health, but was of that temperment that permitted no cessation in activities, and, while a sufferer, he continued to direct the affairs of the ranch, and with his own weakened hands continued to do a man's part.
His remains were laid to rest this afternoon (Thursday) in Dalhart Cemetery, with Masonic honors, following funeral ceremonies at the Christian Church by Rev. F. T. Charlton. The sympathy of hosts of friends go out to his stricken family.
Source - http://www.findagrave.com/
Young County Death Certificate Book 2 1918-1928 Page 97, number 13
E.L. Inman, Male, white, Single, Died: 21 March 1926
Father: W.D. Inman - Mother: Miss Gordon
Cause of death: Dysentery - died near Ivan - Burial location: Mississippi
Denton Record-Chronicle, June 3, 1926
L. Inmon, Longtime Resident of County, Dies Tuesday Night
Lafayette Inmon, 70, resident of Denton County for the past 40 years, died at his home east of Gribble Springs Tuesday night, of acute indigestion. He is survived by three sons, C. L. Inmon of Dallas and E. D. and J. A. Inmon of Gribble Springs, and a daughter, Mrs. Ethle Wardlow of Denton.
Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock, at the Baptist Church of Gribble Springs, with Rev. C. A. Earsom, pastor of the First Christian Church here, in charge, and burial was in the Gribble Springs cemetery.
Sanger Man Dies at 64
SANGER - John A. Inmon, 64, a retired farmer and a resident
of Denton County all his life, died unexpectedly here Monday afternoon as he was returning
home from shopping for groceries.
Inmon, born Feb. 4, 1890 in the Green Valley Community, was a member of the Masonic Lodge and a veteran of World War I.
He was also a member of the First Baptist Church.
His survivors include his wife; two brothers, E. D. Inmon of Denton and C. L. Inmon of Terrill, and one sister, Mrs. Ethel Wardlaw of Hobbs, N. M.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the First Baptist Church here with the Rev. Ross O. Ward officiating.
Masonic graveside services will be held in the Sanger Cemetery.
Arrangements are by Sullivan Funeral Home. The Denton Record-Chronicle January 18, 1955
INMAN SERVICES PLANNED
Graveside services were scheduled for 4:30 p.m. today at Cooper Creek Cemetery for Charles L. Inman, 59, who died in Terrell Wednesday.
A resident of Elmore, Inman was a section foreman for the Texas and Pacific Railway Co. He died while at his job.
A native of Denton County, Inman was a member of the Masonic Lodge, the 1OOF Lodge and was a veteran of World War I. Funeral services were to be at Terrell at 2 p.m. today.
Survivors include his wife, the former Eunice Carter whom he married in Denton in 1919; a sister, Mrs. Ethel Wardlow of Hobbs, N. M., and a brother, Cain Inman.
Jack Schmitz and Son Funeral Home is in charge of the graveside service at Cooper Creek.
Newspaper dated: Sep. 2, 1955
Charles Inman Services Planned
Graveside services were scheduled for 4:30 p.m. today at Cooper
Creek Cemetery for Charles L. Inman, 59, who died in Terrell Wednesday.
A resident of Elmore, Inman was a section foreman for the Texas and Pacific Railway Co. He died while at his job.
A native of Denton County, Inman was a member of the Masonic Lodge, the IOOF Lodge and was a veteran of World War I. Funeral services were to be at Terrell at 2 p.m. today.
Survivors include his wife, the former Eunice Carter whom he married in Denton in 1919; a sister, Mrs. Ethel Wardlow of Hobbs, NM, and a brother, Cain Inman.
Jack Schmitz and Son Funeral Home is in charge of the graveside service at Cooper Creek.
Newspaper unknown, September 2, 1955
In Memory of E. D. INMON
Date of Birth: October 5,1887
Date of Death: July 3, 1957
Place and time of Services
4:00 P.M. Saturday, July 6, 1957 Schmitz-Floyd-Hamlett Chapel
Clergyman: Rev. L. R. McElroy
Place of Interment: Oakwood Cemetery Denton, Texas
Arrangements by Schmitz-Floyd-Hamlett Funeral Home Denton, Texas
"Crossing the Bar"
Sunset and evening star,
and one clear call for me!
And may there be
no moaning of the bar
When I put out to sea.
For though from out
our bourne of Time and Place
The flood may bear me far
I hope to see my Pilot
face to face
When I have crossed the bar
Mr. and Mrs. John Inman of Round Rock will be honored at an open house Sunday, Oct. 7, from 2 to 5 p.m. The couple was married Oct. 6, 1912m at Pond Spring and have spent their entire lives in the Austin area. Hosts for the party will be their children - Mrs. Catherine Shelton, Houston; Mrs. Corene Mueller, Los Angeles, Calif.; H. Leon Inman, Washington, D.C.; and Austinites Mrs. Maxine Thomas, Mrs. Doris Conway and Mrs. Iris Carr. The couple also has four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Source: Williamson Co. weekly paper.
To Observe Golden Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Linebarger of Leander will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Sunday, Jan. 30, 1966 at their home in Leander, from 2:00 P.M. until 5:00 P.M. Relatives and friends are invited to call during the appointed hours. Hosts will be their children, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Linebarger, Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Linebarger of Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Linebarger of Abilene, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Linebarger of Leander, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Carwile and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Howard of San Angelo. Mr. Lnebarger and Miss Minnie Inman were married Jan. 26, 1916.
Source: Williamson Co. weekly paper.
--Lloyd Steven "Chuck" Rushing, a painter, died Sunday at his Keller home. He
Funeral will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Laurel Land Funeral Home in Fort Worth. Burial will be in Laurel Land Memorial Park.
Mr. Rushing was born in Vernon and had lived in Tarrant County for 21 years.
He was member of Twin Oaks Baptist Church, was an ordained Independent Baptist minister and had been a police officer for Haltom City for 3 1/2 years.
Mr. Rushing was a veteran of the Navy, the Army and the National Guard.
Survivors: Wife, Linda Rushing of Keller, four daughters, Sherry Burns and Vicky Hauck of Fort Worth, Debbie Spradlin of Keller and Patty Pyburn of Decatur; four brothers, Michael Rushing of Irving, Leman Rushing of Lubbock, Bobby Rushing of Plainview and Danny Rushing of Paradise; four sisters, Helen Newsome of Arlington, Shirley Cline of Haltom City, Lynda Cate of Plainview and Debbie Collie of Boyd; and five grandchildren.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram March 19, 1991
ISAAC T. FAUGHT
Isaac T. Faught, 74, Rt. 1, Anna, died Sunday in Collin Memorial
Hospital. He was born Dec. 8, 1898 in Texas, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John W.
was a retired farmer and was of Methodist faith.
Survivors include three brothers, David C. Faught of Anna, C. L. Faught of Highland, Jerry Faught of Lake Dallas, three sisters, Mrs. Sara Wigley of Ft. Worth, Mrs. Charles Moore of Garland, Mrs. Lillie Carroll of Vunes, several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Tuesday in Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow chapel with Rev. Grady Langford officiating.
MRS. M. M. CARROLL DIED FRIDAY AT 3
Mrs. Martha M. Carroll, widow of the late Judge Joe A. Carroll, in
his lifetime one of the best known citizens of Denton, died at the family home on West Oak
street shortly after 3 o'clock Friday afternoon. Death was directly due to the bursting of
an interior abscess, but was indirectly aided by old age and a stomach trouble of long
duration. Mrs. Carroll had been slightly sick since early in October, but her condition
did not become dangerous until about two weeks ago.
Mrs. Carroll, who was Miss Martha Inman, was 76 years and 10 days old. She was married in about 1866 to Judge Carroll. One child was born to them, but died in infancy. Moving to the old Carroll homestead after the marriage, Mrs. Carroll had resided in Denton continuously since. Judge Carroll died in 1892.
Mrs. James Flow and C. W. Inman of Denton, J. M. Inman of Slidell and I. D. Inman living near Pilot Point, are surviving sister and brothers. Sidney J. Carroll and Mrs. P. P. McDermott of Dallas are stepchildren.
The funeral services will be held at 10 o'clock Sunday morning at the I.O.O.F. cemetery with interment following. Rev. Oscar T. Cooper will conduct the service.
Newspaper unknown, December 12, 1912
Mrs. L.L. Inman, 37, died Tuesday at her home in the East Mound community following a three months illness. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Friday at St. John's Methodist Church. Rev. Walter V. O'Kelly will officiate. Mrs. Inman was born Aug. 11, 1911 in Johnson County, Neb. The family moved to Hale County three years ago from Redland, Calif. She was Miss Irene M. Shores before her marriage Sept. 28, 1930, at Hollyoak, Okla. She was a member of the Methodist Church. Survivors are her husband and six children, Glenda Lee, Robert Warren, Florence Irene, Richard Dean, Mary Jean and Norris Lynn; her mother, Mrs. Mabel Shores; five brothers, Laurance Shores, North Richland, Wash.; Wayne Shores, Rialto, Calif.; Eldon Shores, Juanita, Neb.; and Leroy Shores, Madrid, Neb.; and a sister, Mrs. Mary Mickels, Madrid, Neb. Funeral arrangements are under direction of the Roy G. Wood Funeral Home.
Source: Plainview Evening Herald - December 1, 1948
Funeral Rites Held In Liberty Hill For Joe Inman
Funeral services were held for Mr. Joe Inman Tuesday, August 14, at
10 o'clock at Buck Cemetery. Arrangements were in charge of Friedrich Funeral Home of
Mr. Inman died Sunday in an Austin hospital at the age of 76 years after an illness of 12 days.
The Rev. Colin Furr, pastor of the Liberty Hill Methodist Church conducted the services at the cemetery. Pallbearers were Messrs. Joe and Wesley Brown, Herschel Dycus, Wiley Dycus, Henderson Inman and Joe Staton.
Survivors are a son, Francis Inman of Austin, and two daughters, Mrs. Minnie Hill of Houston and Mrs. Elbert Tucker of Liberty Hill.
Joe Inman was born July 21, 1875, near Rock House. He was born and grew to manhood on the same farm. He married Jessie Law July 29, 1907, near Rock House, and to this union five children were born, three of whom survive. He was a devout Christian, a loving father and a kind neighbor.
From Williamson County Sun, 1951.
ELKINS, Charles Owen
Charles Owen Elkins, Randall County rancher, died at 11:30 p.m. Saturday in his Canyon home, 510 12th St. He had been a resident of Canyon for 10 years.
Elkins, 69 years old, had ranched in Randall County and Colorado and farms near Tulia.
He was born July 29, 1889 in Johnson County, Ill. He was a member of the Baptist Church of Tulia.
Funeral services were held Tuesday in the First Baptist Church of Canyon. Rev. Straus Atkinson, pastor and Rev. Neil Record, pastor of the Tulia Baptist Church, officiated.
Burial was in Rose Hill Cemetery, Tulia.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Ottalee Elkins; two sons, Everett Elkins and Roy Elkins, Tulia; two daughters, Mrs. Edith Vaught, Phoenix and Mrs. Louise Reeves, Oakland; two stepsons, James A. Inman, Lamar, Colo. and Jerre Inman, Canyon; three brothers, E. R. Elms, Amarillo; E. G. Elkins, Lubbock; and A. J. Elkins, Long Beach, Calif.; and a sister Mrs. Elsie Davis, Loveland, Colo.
The Tulia Herald, 20 November 1952
1954 Burnet County paper
By N. OLIVER COX, EDITOR
Anthony Tony Innmon Died Wednesday Nite, June 2nd in Bertram.
Anthony Tony Innmon died Wednesday night, June 2nd in the Bertram Hospital, after an illness of about ten days. Tony Innmon was born March 10, 1881 in the Rock House community in Williamson County, being a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Innmon. He was united in marriage to Miss Susan Smith on August 11th, 1904. Seven children were born to this union, four daughters and three sons. One daughter, Savanah preceded her father in death. Mr. and Mrs. Innmon
moved to Bertram the early part of 1947. He was a member of the Baptist Church.
Funeral services were held at 10 o'clock Friday morning, June 4th at the Edgar Funeral Home in Bertram, with Rev. A. D. Eberhart of Austin officiating.
Pall bearers were his grandsons: Weldon Staton, Darwin Staton, Carroll Innmon, Earl Innmon, L. V. Staton and Russell Law.
Burial was in the Liberty Hill Cemetery under the direction of the Edgar Funeral Home.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Susan Innmon of Bertram; three daughters, Mrs. Hays Belk, Mrs. Ira Staton and Miss Earldene Innmon, all of Austin, Anthony Innmon of Liberty Hill and LeRoy Innmon of Minneapolis, Minnesota; two brothers, Jack Innmon of Austin and Francis Innmon of Harlingen. One sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Harriston and four brothers, Hite, Willie, Joe and John Innmon preceded their brother in death. He is also survived by twenty grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Attending the funeral were:
LEONARD INMAN, 83, 2517 Thomas Rd. Survivors: Wife, Flemine; sons, Walton, Fort
Worth; Robert Lee, Harlingen; Richard L, Ohio; daughters, Moshell Agee; Onell Roberts;
Bennie Jo Allred; Pearl Abbot, Fort Worth; Mildred Arnold, Irving; brother, Odis; sister,
Lela White, Arkansas; 23 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren. Services 2 p.m. Saturday
Owens-Brumley Chapel. Elder Henry Ball officiating. Interment Mount Olivet. Arrangements
Owens-Brumley, 425 S. Henderson, 335-4557.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Funeral services for Leonard Lee Inman, 42, will be conducted at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon. Rev. E. L. Smetz, pastor of the Seth Ward Baptist Church will officiate in the services at the Lemons Chapel. Inman died at 8 o'clock Saturday morning at the home of his parents, Mrs. and Mrs. W. H. Inman, 2516 Ferrell Street, Plainview after a seven month illness. He was born at Osceola, TX and resided at Plainview for several years ago when he and his family moved to California. Inman returned to Plainview two months ago. Mrs. Inman is the former Zelma Kemp Smith. The couple were married in 1950 at Clovis, NM. Besides Mrs. Inman, survivors are four daughters, Mary Jane, Plainview; Florence, Covina, Calif.; Barbara, San Bernardino, Calif.; and Mrs. F. M. Campbell. Robert, San Bernardino; Richard, Covina; Norris, Plainview; two brothers, Jack Inman, Fort Worth and Melvin Inman, Tempe, Ariz., Interment will be in the IOOF cemetery here.
Source: Plainview Sunday Herald - April 10, 1955
Excerpts from The Port Arthur News
. . . Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Booth all smiles today, too, over their first grandchild, Grace Elizabeth Bernhardt, who was born Sunday at St. Mary's hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bernhardt -Mom's the former Martha Booth. The newcomer weighed in at six pounds, five ounces and is also the grandson of Mrs. Julius Bernhardt. . .
February 5, 1955
. . . Say happy birthday to Major Inman, it's his 66th - Major's auto agency is only seven blocks from where he was born (200 block of Fourth St.). . .
Aug. 1, 1968
Still retaining much of its former beauty is the two-story dwelling of 949 Lakeshore drive with its stately columns and grandeur of bygone days. Built by B. Sachs, a Port Arthur merchant and later purchased by Mrs. Sallie Inman, the home was moved from Procter to Lakeshore around 1935.
Mrs. Inman Had Hotel For many years Mrs. Inman operated the Lakeview hotel, which was located at Procter street and Waco avenue, where Bluestein's now stands. Mrs. Inman moved to Port Arthur in 1902.
Mrs. Edwin Booth of 4449 Alamosa avenue, the former Grace Inman, and her sister, Mrs. Ruth Inman Parr of York Manor, still reside in Port Arthur. Their brother, Major Inman, Chevrolet dealer, lives in Orange. Another brother, Philip, died a number of years ago. Another brother, William, also died.
The arrival in heaven of Mrs. John R. Adams caused Port Arthur to
lose one of its greatest historians. She pioneered here and lived here until her demise
July 1, 1965. She was known as "The First Lady of Port Arthur." She was Port
Arthur's "First Grand Dame."
I decided to write about the Old Lakeview Hotel, known as the "Honeymooner's Hotel" that stood on the south side of Procter Street at the corner of Waco Avenue where Bluestein's Department Store stood.
So I consulted a true composition that I wrote about Mrs. Adams when she was living and quoted many interesting things to me about Port Arthur. Mrs. Inman ran the Lakeview Hotel where all of the young brides, newly arrived here, stayed with their grooms.
Mrs. Inman ran a fine dining room where for fifty cents a big, delicious, home-cooked meal could be eaten. Mamma was one of the young brides along with Mrs. "Dick" Flanagan and Mrs. Pat Reed, Dr. Reed's wife.
In later years, Mrs. Inman's son, Phillip Inman owned the Chevrolet automobile agency on Procter Street right next door to the old Linn Ford Motor Company. Mrs. Inman's husband who had a false leather hand, ran a small grocery store on the north side of Procter Street in the three hundred block that was kept so clean that you could eat off of the wide boards of the floor.
I remember how he used to open the back doors. Customers came in through the alley as well as through the front door. And, the cool lake breeze blew right on through. He kept the alley swept clean, too. The sun shown in, too.
Yes, the brides stayed at the Lakeview Hotel. They didn't stay at the more expensive Plaza hotel. It was the Lakeview until the newlyweds could get their feet on the ground and either build or find a house to live in.
Mrs. Adams said that "The first car in Port Arthur was owned and run by Bob Lazenby, a bachelor, who resided at the Lakeview Hotel. He rented his car out with himself as chauffer for $12. Henry Sterns had the second car here. He was the son of George Sterns who built the, now demolished, elaborate home back of the Port Arthur College." (That is all LUPA now.) "The Natatorium was built for the burned down Sabine Hotel, not the Plaza Hotel," she said.
Port Arthur News Sunday, June 9, 1996
|Mrs. Howard James
The Port Arthur News Aug. 12, 1956
Announcements Being Made Today
Of Martha Booth's Engagement
To Howard James Bernhardt
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Booth of 3114 Sixth street announce the
engagement of their daughter, Miss Martha Sallyann Booth, to Howard James Bernhardt, son
of Mrs. Julius Bernhardt of 2745 Twin City highway, Griffing Park, and the late Mr.
Miss Booth is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Price Inman, pioneer residents of this city, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Graves Booth of Austin. She is a graduate of Thomas Jefferson high school, attended Mary Baldwin college in Staunton, Va., and graduated from Southern Methodist university. Miss Booth is a member of the Alpha Delta Pi sorority and a teacher at Tyrrell school.
Mr. Bernhardt is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Bernhardt, also pioneer residents of this city, and the late Mr. and Mrs. F. Winslow Gest of Giddings. He is a graduate of Thomas Jefferson high school and Texas A&M college. During his military service he was a lieutenant and saw service in Korea. He is a chemical engineer with the DuPont company.
Katherine I O'Brate Inman
October 28, 1888, Mr. Inman was again united in marriage
with Miss Katie O'BRATE, a native of Missouri. At an early age she went with her
parents to Kansas. Her education was received in Kansas City, and for seven
years she has been engaged in teaching, in Kansas and Texas. Mrs. PALMER is a
lady of much culture and refinement, is well posted on general topics, and, like
her husband is deeply interested in educational matters. Both are members of the
KATE INMAN JOHNSTON, 94, FORMER PIONEER DALHARTAN, DIES TODAY
DALHART TEXAN Newspaper dated-Feb 16, 1959 (copied verbatim)
Kate INMAN JOHNSTON--first Dallam County Public Librarian in Dalhart and who would have been 93 years old next August--died this morning in the Thurmon Rest Home in Amarillo.
Her body is being returned to Dalhart by the WALKER Funeral Home and will begin lying in state in the WALKER Chapel late Tuesday evening or Wednesday morning.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 4:00 in the Walker Funeral chapel. They will be conducted by Minister Jack Clark of the First Christian Church of which Mrs. JOHNSTON was a pioneer member. Relatives said she might have been a charter member.
Burial will be in Memorial Park cemetery beside her former husband, J.P. INMAN, who had served as Dallam County Judge from 1900 to 1908 and is generally remembered as Judge INMAN.
Judge INMAN was fatally injured in 1919 on his ranch west of Dalhart when a team ran away, throwing him from a load of hay and the loaded wagon passing over his body, inflicting internal injuries.
Judge INMAN came to Dallam County a year or less after it was organized in 1890 and settled at Texline til elected county judge.
After retiring as judge, he resumed ranching west of Dalhart. He was a member of the Church of Christ.
He and Mrs. INMAN were married at Clarendon in the early 1900's. They were prominent in the community, civic and religious life of Dalhart. Mrs. INMAN JOHNSTON's maiden name was Kate O'BRATE.
When the Dallam County Free Library was formally established in 1921, Mrs. JOHNSTON became its first librarian, serving from March 1921 until December of that same year. Later her niece, Mrs. Earl (Iris) McIlroy was county librarian for some years. Mrs. McIlroy and her family still live here. Judge INMAN was a brother of Mrs. C. E. CROW, also Dallam County pioneers, also living in Dalhart.
Mrs. JOHNSTON's daughter, Mrs. Temple Paine of Castro Valley, California, is to arrive in Dalhart tomorrow. She will be remembered here as Miss Temple PALMER. Also surviving is a son, Joe, in Missouri.
Dalhart Funeral home indicated that Kate's last home address was Claude, Texas - close to Amarillo where she was residing in the nursing home.
MEMORIAL & BIOGRAPHICAL HISTORY OF DALLAM CO, Texas, 1892
From BURNET COUNTY Newspaper 1961.
Mrs. A. T. Innmon Died Monday, March 20 in Burnet Hospital
Mrs. A. T. Innmon of Bertram died at about noon Monday, March 20th in a Burnet hospital.
Mrs. Innmon, nee Susan Smith was born October 6, 1885, in Bastrop County, Texas, being a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Smith. She was united in marriage to Anthony Innmon on August 11th, 1904. Seven children were born to this union, 4 daughters and 3 sons. She was a member of the First Baptist Church at Bertram. Mrs. Innmon had lived most of her life in Bertram. Her husband preceded her in death June 2, 1954. One daughter also preceded her in death.
Funeral services were held at 10:00 o'clock Wednesday morning, March 22nd at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Bertram, with Rev. Tom S. Ballard and Rev. W. E. Dickerson officiating.
Interment was in the Liberty Hill Cemetery under the direction of the Edgar Funeral Home.
Pall bearers were her grandsons: Carroll Innmon, Earl Innmon, Larry Innmon, Charles Staton, Darwin Staton and L. V. Staton.
Survivors are three daughters: Mrs. Lemma Staton of Austin, Mrs. Della Belk of Austin and Mrs. Earldene Seay of Japan; three sons: Anthony Innmon of Liberty Hill, Cap Innmon of Austin, and Leroy Innmon of Minneapolis, Minnesota; four sisters, Miss Ella Smith of Bertram, Mrs. Annie Whitehead of Bertram, Mrs. Lizzie Bush of Austin, and Mrs. Lillian Webb of Spokane, Washington; and one brother W. T. Smith of Abilene. She is also survived by 23 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren.
Andrew J. Inman Dies In Austin; Rites Monday
Andrew J. Inman, 88, of Austin died in an Austin hospital Saturday,
November 26. He was a retired carpenter and member of the Baptist Church.
Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the Hyltin-Manor Funeral Home with the Rev. J. F. Owen officiating.
Pallbearers were A. J. Inman, Jr., J. W. Hardin, Eugene Hardin, Roy Merritt, Bob Humphries and Olin G. Humphries, Jr.
Burial was in the Liberty Hill Cemetery.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Lizzie Inman; five sons, Lee Inman, Arva Inman of Austin; Neal Inman, Abilene; Herschel Inman, San Antonio; and Clyde Inman of Sacramento, California; daughter Mrs. Bessie Humphries, of Austin; two step-daughters, Mrs. Alma Craighton of Breckenridge and Mrs. C. Doshie Dunigan of Austin and ten grandchildren.
From Williamson County Sun, November 1966.
Transcriber's Note: Andrew Jackson "Jack" INNMON was the son of Francis Marion INNMON (1832-1906) and Martha Evylon BAILEY (1845-1925). He was born near Rock House (near Liberty Hill) in Williamson County, Texas.
Lubbock Avalanche-Journal - Sunday August 25, 1968 Section 1; Page 11
S H Parks' Rights Set in Brownfield
BROWNFIELD - Special - Samuel H Parks, 72, Brownfield, died at 1:55
pm Saturday following a long illness. Parks came to Terry county in 1929 and moved to
Brownfield about 14 years ago. Funeral services will be held at 3 pm Monday in the Four
Square Gospel Church with the Rev. Irene Wilson, Lubbock, officiating, assisted by the
Rev. R. J. Walls, Lubbock. Burial will be in Brownfield Cemetery under direction of the
Brownfield Funeral Home.
Survivors include his wife; two sons, H. B. of Brownfield, and John of Vernon: four daughters, Mrs. Charles W. Bandy, Brownfield; Mrs. J. F. Singleton, Seagraves, Mrs. V. R. Marlin. Quanah, and Mrs. Fred Ford, New Deal.
Lubbock Avalanche Journal Saturday Morning August 12, Page 4 - 1972
MRS. RUBY PARKS RITES SET SUNDAY
BROWNFIELD (Special) -- Mrs. Ruby Lee Parks, 82, of Brownfield died
about 2:07 pm Friday in University Hospital in Lubbock. Services will be at 2:30 pm Sunday
in Calvary Baptist Church with the Rev. Clarence Branch, pastor, officiating. Burial will
be in Terry County Memorial Cemetery under direction of Brownfield Funeral Home.
A native of Benton, KY., Mrs. Parks was married to Sam H. Parks in 1905 in Paris, Tenn. She moved from there to Quanah and on to Terry County in 1927. She and her husband were engaged in farming and was a member of Calvary Baptist Church in Brownfield.
Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. V. R. Marlin of Quanah, Mrs. J. F. Singleton of Seagraves, Mrs. Fred Ford of New Deal and Mrs. Charles W. Bandy of Brownfield: a sister Mrs. Roby Doyle of Loveland, COLO.: twin brothers, Roy Inman of Union City, Tenn., Rudolph Inman of Biloxi, Miss.; Eight Grandchildren and 2 great-grand children.
Jackson Inman, age 70 of Liberty Hill, died Friday, March 11, 1977, at the Veteran's
Hospital in Temple.
Funeral services were held Sunday, March 13 at the Davis Funeral Chapel in Georgetown with Minister Cecil Alexander in charge of the services. Burial was in the Liberty Hill Cemetery.
Mr. Inman was born May 15, 1906 in Liberty Hill, the son of Ethel Elizabeth Wilson and Andrew Jack Inman. Survivors include his widow Mrs. Lucille Inman of Liberty Hill; one son, A. J. Inman, Jr. of Brownwood; four brothers, Lee Inman of Austin, Neal Inman of Clyde, Clyde Inman of Sacramento California, and Hershel Inman of Marble Falls; one sister, Mrs. Bessie Humphries of Austin and two grandchildren.
Pallbearers were Wayne Smith, Robert Moore, Bryon Fullerton, J. B. Williams, Steward Pogue, Earl Heierman, Edmond McCray, Jerry Parker and Mark Smith.
From Williamson County Sun, March 13, 1977
Funeral Service for Charles E. Arant, Jr., 73, of 5305 Kayway will
be at 2 p.m. today at the First Baptist Church with Dr. L. D. Ball and Dr. Roy Collins
officiating. Burial will be in Memoryland Memorial Park,
He died Tuesday at 4 p.m. at his residence.
Pallbearers will be A. A. Langford, W. E. Little, James Ludwick, Canoy McFadden, John Nelson and David Narramore. Honorary pallbearers will include Harris Morgan, Robert Tisdale, Ray Ridings, Robert Smithers, and deacons of First Baptist Church.
Sorrells-Peters Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Born July 26, 1909 in Greenville, he was the son of Charles E. and Era Dickson Arant. He was married to Winnie Inman Aug. 1, 1930 in Coleman. Mr. Arant was the retired owner and operator of Arant Insurance Agency and a member of First Baptist Church, Masonic Lodge, and the Scottich Rite. Mr. Arant was a Shriner.
Surviving are his wife of Greenville; daughter; Charlotte Bellah of Glendale, Ariz. and Ann Bolton of Huntington Beach, Calif.; brothers, John Arant of New Babylon, N. Y. and Hugh David Arant of Dallas; grandchildren, Richard Bellah and Randy Bellah, both of Glendale, Ariz., Patricia Mallack of Atlanta, Ga., Bruce Bolton and Allen Bolton of Huntington Beach, Calif.
He was preceded in death by his parents, brother, Wallace Arant, and sister, Betty Rae Arant.
TEACHER INJURED IN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT
CHILDRESS, March 23. - Miss Dollie Belle Inman of Denton, Childress school teacher, is in a hospital here suffering from a broken spinal column as a result of an automobile accident Monday night.
Miss Inman was riding in a car driven by Miss Marie Fuston, another teacher, and occupied by Belvis Bailey, automobile dealer, who was demonstrating the car.
Striking loose sand on a gravel road in the Loco community, the car skidded and overturned. Bailey and Miss Fuston were bruised.
Crash Victim Funeral in City
Funeral services for Miss Dolly Belle Inman, 20, who died at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in a Childress hospital following automobile accident injuries received Monday evening, were to be held Thursday at 4:30 p.m. in the Church of Christ, conducted by the minister, Lyle Price. The body is to be taken overland Friday morning to Winnsboro for burial.
Miss Inman is survived by her mother, Mrs. Belle Inman, 509 Welch Street; two sisters, Mrs. Charles Arant of Greenville and Mrs. Roy Frady of Olney; five brothers, John, Elvin, George and Clifton Inman of Denton and Gates Inman of Newsome. She was born May 8, 1917, in Newsome. She was graduated in the summer of 1937 from Teachers College, and had been teaching this year in Childress.
The body arrived here at noon Thursday and was held in the Stover Funeral Home, and will be returned there following the funeral services in the Church of Christ until time to go to Winnsboro Friday morning. (source unknown)
Final Rites for Miss Dolly Inman
Final rites for Miss Dolly Belle Inman, who died Wednesday following automobile accident injuries received at Childress Monday, were held in Winnsboro, the former home of the family, Friday at 2:30 p.m., conducted by Lyle Price, minister of the Church of Christ here. Cousins served as pallbearers for burial in the Bethyl Cemetery. A service was held here Thursday afternoon in the Church of Christ, conducted by the local minister. A quartet composed of Mrs. Jack Hart, Charlie Mercer, H. Ray Anderson and A. B. Mackey, sang hymns.
January 09, 1991 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 5
BOWIE - Johnie W. Inman of Bowie, retired district manager for Lone Star Gas Co., died Tuesday at a Bowie hospital. He was 88.
Funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Burgess-Fry Funeral Home in Bowie. Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery in Bowie.
Mr. Inman was born in Buffalo Springs and had lived in Bowie for 41 years. He retired in 1967 from Lone Star Gas Co. in Bowie, where he was district manager for 43 years. Mr. Inman was a member of Bowie First United Methodist Church and the Bowie Rotary Club.
The family suggests memorials be made to the First United Methodist Church building fund, the American Heart Association or the Bowie Memorial Hospital Ladies' Auxiliary.
Survivors: Wife, Beatrice Inman of Bowie; daughter, Penelope Hoeldtke of Bowie; sister, Loree Gill of Fort Worth; one granddaughter; and two great-granddaughters.
April 26, 1991 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 5
MABANK - Joe E. Higginbotham, a longtime Arlington garage owner and operator, died Thursday at his Mabank home. He was 70.
Funeral Mass will be at 11 a.m. today at St. Jude Catholic Church in Gun Barrel City, Henderson County. Burial will be in Parkdale Cemetery in Arlington. Eubank Funeral Home in Mabank is in charge of arrangements.
Mr. Higginbotham was born in Seymour and moved to Arlington in the late 1940s. He owned and operated Joe Higginbotham Auto Service in Arlington and retired in 1984. He had been living most recently in Mabank, and was a member of St. Jude Catholic Church.
Mr. Higginbotham was an Army veteran of World War II.
The family suggests that memorials be made to a favorite charity.
Survivors: Wife, Barbara Higginbotham of Mabank; son, Thomas Joe Higginbotham of Arlington; daughter, Cheryl Fullmer of Arlington; two brothers, L. B. Yeathermon and Woodrow Yeathermon, both of Arlington; sister, Thelma Inman of Arlington; four grandsons; and one great-granddaughter, Darla Verniece Perdue, Infant
May 06, 1991 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 5
MINERAL WELLS - Faye Jean Inmon, a resident of Mineral Wells for more than 30 years, died Saturday at a Mineral Wells hospital after a lengthy illness. She was 56.
Funeral will be at 11 a.m. today at Baum-Carlock-Bumgardner Funeral Home in Mineral Wells. Burial will be in Ballew Springs Cemetery near Garner in Parker County.
Mrs. Inmon was born in Parker County and had lived in Mineral Wells since 1961. She was a Baptist, a homemaker and a former grocery store clerk.
Survivors: Three sons, Danny Inmon, Mitchell Inmon and Jimmy Inmon, all of Mineral Wells; two daughters, Donna Upton of Graham and Darlene Inmon of Mineral Wells; four sisters, Susie Lawrance, Barbara Gary, Eva Thompson and Lois Garland, all of Mineral Wells; four brothers, Pete Garrett of Granbury, Bill Garrett and Orville Garrett, both of Mineral Wells, and Dale Garrett of Galveston; and six grandchildren.
June 16, 1991 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 5
NORTH RICHLAND HILLS - Pearl Green Waldie, a homemaker, died Friday in a Haltom City hospital.
She was 83.
Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Biggers Funeral Home. Burial will be in Annis Chapel Cemetery near Springtown.
Mrs. Waldie was born in Caddo Mills and had lived in Tarrant County since 1977.
Survivors: Sister, Velma Inman of Waco; three grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren.
October 30, 1991 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 21
NORTH RICHLAND HILLS - Eldon Ray "Dugan" Cagle, a retired transportation department employee of the Dallas/ Fort Worth Airport, died Monday at his home. He was 67.
Funeral will be at 2 p.m. today at Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home in Colleyville. Burial will be in Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Park.
Mr. Cagle was born in Lone Wolf, Okla. He lived in Abilene and San Antonio, where he was a night auditor of the Menger Hotel, before moving to Bedford. He retired from the airport in 1988.
Mr. Cagle was an Army Air Forces veteran of World War II.
Survivors: Wife, Geraldine Barrett Cagle of North Richland Hills; three daughters, Jacquelyn Jeannean Cagle of North Richland Hills, Lahonta Marshellene Moses of Granbury and Coletta Eldean Henderson of Euless; son, Eldon Ray Cagle Jr. of San Antonio; two sisters, Patsy Inman of Anchorage, Alaska, and June Bradley of Abilene; brother, James Cagle of Abilene; nine grandchildren; and five great-grandsons.
23, 1992 - Source: The Dallas Morning News, Page: 29A
Services for Joseph "Joe" Inmon, former teacher and superintendent of schools with the Barry Independent School District in Navarro County, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the First United Methodist Church of Plano. Burial will follow at Restland Memorial Park.
Mr. Inmon, who retired as the district personnel manager for the Internal Revenue Service in Dallas, died of natural causes Tuesday at his Plano home. He was 80.
A native of Kerens, Texas, he graduated in 1934 from North Texas State University, now the
University of North Texas in Denton. After graduation, he taught in Barry and was eventually
superintendent until 1942.
He moved to Dallas in 1942 and went on to serve 20 years with the IRS.
He is survived by his wife, Pauline Inmon of Plano; a daughter, Annette Hooker of Houston; a sister, Ethel Inmon of Kerens; and two granddaughters.
Memorials may be made to the Plano Dialysis Center or the First United Methodist Church of Plano endowment fund.
April 20, 1992 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 21
FORT WORTH - Marvin Parnell Inman, a retired General Dynamics employee, died Saturday at his Fort Worth home. He was 77.
Funeral will be at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at Lucas Funeral Home on North Sylvania Avenue. Burial will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery.
Mr. Inman was born in Johnson County and had lived in Fort Worth for about 65 years. Before his retirement in 1976, he worked in labor relations at General Dynamics for 31 years.
He was a 32nd-degree Mason, Masonic Lodge 942, and a member of the David Bible Class at Riverside Baptist Church.
Survivors: Wife of 57 years, Thelma Dougherty Inman of Fort Worth; daughter, Jacqueline Yanez of Fort Worth; two grandchildren; and one great-granddaughter.
May 03, 1992 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 41
COMANCHE - Lula Mae Parke of Comanche, a homemaker, died Friday at a Fort Worth nursing home. She was 88.
Graveside service will be at 2:30 p.m. Monday in the Laurel Land Cemetery in Fort Worth. Hall & Chaney Funeral Home in Comanche is in charge of arrangements.
Mrs. Parke was born in Grapeland. She was a Pentecostal.
Survivors: Two daughters, Edith Cheek and Loraine Moyer, both of Fort Worth; brother, Noble Murdock of Crockett; sister, Tiny Inman of Crockett; and several grandchildren, great- grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren.
Services for Charlie Inman, 82, of Baytown were scheduled for 2 p.m.
Saturday, July 25, 1992, at Earthman Funeral Home in Baytown with the Revs. Harbol and
Jenkins Woods officiating.
Inman died Wednesday, July 22, in a Baytown hospital.
He is survived by his wife, Loretha Inman of Baytown, sons and daughter-in-law, Tex Jay and Glenda Inman of Baytown, Charles Inman, II of Tampa, Fla., and Don Inman of Las Vegas; daughter and son-in-law, Ruth and Wally Sabesta of Baytown; brothers, Harvey Inman of Crockett, Jay B. Inman of Houston, Paul Inman of Anahuac, and R. C. Inman of Baytown; five grandchildren and one great-grandson; preceded in deaths by his brothers, Richard "Dick" Inman and Franklin Inman; also survived by numerous nieces, nephews and a host of friends.
Burial was to be held at Memory Gardens in Baytown.
Pallbearers were to be Ismael Tamez, Gustavo Bautish, Leroy Larson, Keith Lewis, Mark Griffin and Raymond Hargraves.
Arrangements were under the direction of Earthman Funeral Home of Baytown.
September 17, 1992 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 29
RIO VISTA - Juanita Hardin, a homemaker, died Monday in Ennis. She was 65.
Funeral will be at 10 a.m. today at Crosier-Pearson-Mayfield Funeral Home in Cleburne. Burial will be in Rio Vista Cemetery.
Mrs. Hardin was born in Itasca and had lived in Rio Vista for 35 years.
She was a member of First Baptist Church of Rio Vista.
Survivors: Husband, Dan Hardin of Rio Vista; two sons, Roger Hardin of Rio Vista and Danny Hardin of Cleburne; two daughters, Lawana Terry of Rio Vista and Elaine Inman of Bryan; two brothers, Travis White and Lewis White, both of Louisiana; six sisters, Ethel Mae Lee, Hazel Sasser, Emma Lou Holloway, Maxine Wallace and Jo Ann Clark, all of Louisiana, and Anna Bea Bingham of Arkansas; 11 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
October 06, 1992 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 15
ARLINGTON - Margaret L. Inman, a former dry cleaners owner, died Sunday at her Arlington home.
She was 71.
Funeral will be at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at Hugh M. Moore & Sons Funeral Home in Arlington. Burial will be in Moore Memorial Gardens.
Mrs. Inman was born in Maury, Tenn., and had lived in Arlington for 30 years.
Survivors: Two sons, Guy Capps Jr. and Thomas Edward Capps, both of Nunnelly, Tenn.; five grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.
December 18, 1992 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 35
MANSFIELD - Adell Ford, a retired self-employed seamstress, died Monday at a Fort Worth hospital.
She was 78.
Wake will be from 6 to 7 tonight at Williams Funeral Chapel. Funeral will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home. Burial will be in Cedar Hill Memorial Park.
Mrs. Ford was born in Crockett and lived in the Fort Worth area for 45 years.
Survivors: Husband of 36 years, Nathaniel Ford of Mansfield; two sons, Johnnie Ford and Freddie Ford, both of Fort Worth; and two daughters, Doris Inman of Killeen and Argenia Cooper of Arlington.
December 30, 1992 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 23
PONDER - Daniel Christian Inman, an infant, died Monday at a Denton hospital.
Funeral will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at First Baptist Church in Ponder. Burial will be in Eakin Cemetery in Ponder. Jack Schmitz & Son Funeral Home in Denton is in charge of arrangements.
Survivors: Mother, Catherine Marie Kirby of Ponder; father, Jason Daniel Inman of Ponder; and grandparents, Jerry and Donnie Inman of Ponder, Marie Kirby of Denton, David and Marie Kirby of Marietta, Okla., and Dave Kaufman of Denton.
Henry C. Inmon, Sr.
Cayuga - Henry C. Inmon, Sr., 59 of Cayuga, formerly of
Denton, died Wednesday, April 7, 1993, in his home.
He was born Jan. 31, 1934, in green Valley community and married Martha Mitchell.
Mr. Inmon was a retired truck driver and heavy equipment operator.
He was a member of the Masonic Lodge, and a life member of Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 4133, Trinidad, Texas.
Service will be 11 a.m. today, Friday, April 9, 1993, in Judson Baptist Church in Cayuga. Burial will be in the Rome Cemetery, near Athens, Texas.
Survivors include his wife, Martha, of Cayuga; mother, Lois Hahn of Athens; two sons, Henry Inmon, Jr. of Denton and Douglas Inmon of Cayuga; daughter, Donna Airheart of Cayuga; brother Gary Inmon of Corpus Christi; and seven grandchildren.
Foster & Brown Funeral Home of Athens is in charge of arrangements.
Published in the Denton Record-Chronicle, April 9, 1993.
June 02, 1993 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 18;19
PILOT POINT - Pat Gibbs Lewis, a dental assistant, died Sunday at a Denton hospital. She was 54.
Funeral will be at 10 a.m. today at Huff/Slay Funeral Home in Pilot Point. Burial will be in Pilot Point Cemetery.
Mrs. Lewis was born in Pilot Point.
She was a member of Calvary Baptist Church.
Survivors: Son, Scott Lewis of Fort Worth; daughter, Terri Tschoepe of Pilot Point; mother, Agnes Gibbs of Pilot Point; three sisters, Martha Stephens of Austin, Jean Howard of Pilot Point and Teddy Inman of Sanger; grandmother, Oma Shafer; and three grandchildren.
June 15, 1993 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 16;17
ARLINGTON - Lee Adkins, an employee in the Fort Worth office of Universal Ensco of Houston, died Friday in Fort Worth after an automobile accident. He was 26.
Funeral will be at 10 a.m. today at Bean-Massey-Burge Funeral Home in Grand Prairie. Burial will be in Southland Memorial Park.
Mr. Adkins was born in Lubbock and had lived in Arlington since 1969. He was a 1985 graduate of Sam Houston High School in Arlington and had attended Tarrant County Junior College.
He also had been employed as a land surveying party chief at Tri-County Surveyors in Azle.
Mr. Adkins was a member of the Texas Professional Surveyors Association.
He was a Baptist.
He was an avid hunter, fisherman and skier.
Survivors: Wife, Shelly Fay Adkins of Arlington; son, Justin Randall Adkins of Arlington; daughter, Morgan Fay Adkins of Arlington; parents, Wanda J. and Eddie J. Adkins of Arlington; sisters, Melissa Inman and Mandy Adkins of Arlington, both of Arlington; and grandparents, Nina and Jack Rials of Muleshoe.
IN MEMORY OF OPAL LU BIRTH (PARKS) MARLIN
Opal was the oldest of eleven children of Ruby Lee (Inman) Parks and
Samuel Hardy Parks of Benton, KY.
The family moved to Quanah, TX in 1916 when Opal was nine years old. Services were at Price-Jackson Funeral Home at Quanah with Rev. Jessie Dea officiating. Burial was in Quanah Cemetery.
Opal and her husband, Volney Robertson "Si" Marlin who passed away in 1976 were members of First Methodist Church in Quanah.
Survivors are a daughter, Mary Anne Henderson of 1707 Southeast Parkway, Wichita Falls, TX 76301, four grand-daughters, five great-grandchildren, sisters Stella Mae Singleton, Rt. 1 Box 650A, Seagraves, TX 79359 and Ruby Faye "Peachie" Ford, Box 244, New Deal, TX.
Opal will be remembered by relatives and friends for her endless love and effort in helping her family and others.
From funeral program.
October 30, 1993 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 31
CLEBURNE - Billy Leonard Inman, a retired computer programmer analyst at Dallas/Fort Worth Airport, died Monday at his home in Cleburne. He was 63.
Graveside service was Friday at Rose Hill Cemetery in Cleburne. Crosier-Pearson-Mayfield Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Mr. Inman was a member of Riverside Masonic Lodge in Fort Worth and a Marine veteran.
Survivors: Three daughters.
05, 1993 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 25
BURLESON - Edward Virgil Inman, a retired truck driver for the city of Fort Worth, died Thursday at a Fort Worth hospital. He was 91.
Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Trinity Baptist Church in Crowley, where he was a member.
Burial will be in Burleson Memorial Park. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 tonight at Laurel Land Funeral Home in Burleson.
Mr. Inman was born in Keller and had lived in Burleson 18 years.
He retired from the city of Fort Worth in 1968, was a farmer for many years, a security guard at the old Spinks Airport and a custodian at Burleson Post Office.
Mr. Inman was a World War I veteran and a Mason. He enjoyed fishing, cooking and reading the Bible.
Survivors: Wife of 59 years, Hattie Lee Inman of Burleson; two sons, Don Inman of Azle and Ernest Inman of Mabank; three daughters, Barbara Atchley and Debbie Mosley, both of Fort Worth, and Betty Singleton of Joshua; brother, Dave Inman of Italy; sister, Fannie Scales of Blooming Grove; nine grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.
Anthony S. Innmon
Anthony S. Innmon, 84, a lifelong resident of Georgetown, died in
Austin on Friday, November 26, 1993.
Services were held at 2 p.m., November 28, 1993, in Davis Funeral Home Chapel with the Reverend Jim Brazzil officiating. Burial was in the Liberty Hill Cemetery near Liberty Hill with Davis Funeral directors in charge.
Pallbearers serving were Alan Nelson, Jeff Innmon, Robert Bunte, Earl Innmon, Jr., Ken Dorsa and L. V. Staton.
Innmon was born to Anthony (Tony) and Susie (Smith) Innmon on September 21, 1909, in the Rockhouse Community in Williamson County. He married Emma E. Shepherd on December 29, 1929, in Liberty Hill. He was a rancher/farmer.
Surviving Innmon are his wife, Emma Innmon of Georgetown; sons, Carroll Innmon an wife Lillian of Mesquite, Earl Innmon and wife Lee of Waco, and William T. Innmon of Liberty Hill; daughters, Earlene Dorsa and Leona Morris, both of Georgetown; sisters, Lemma Staton and husband Ira, and Dela Belk and husband Hays, all of Georgetown; a brother Leroy Innmon and wife Florence of Austin; 13 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by two sisters, one brother and one grandson.
From Williamson County Sun, December 1, 1993
TRANSCRIBER'S NOTE: Full name -- Anthony Smith INNMON
21, 1993 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 22;23
HALTOM CITY - Onell I. Roberts, a homemaker, died of cancer Sunday at her home in Haltom City.
She was 78.
Graveside service will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Mount Olivet Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Mrs. Roberts was born in Maypearl.
Survivors: Two sons, McKinley L. Roberts Jr. of Corpus Christi and Ed Roberts of Milsap; daughter, K. D. Shotwell of Richland Hills; parents, Ophilia Inman of Burleson; two brothers, Walton Inman of Haltom City and Robert L. Inman of Kerrville; three sisters, Jo Allred of Fort Worth, Dollie Arnold of Haltom City and Pearl Abbott of Fort Worth; eight grandchildren; one grandchild; and one great-grandchild.
24, 1993 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 16;17
HALTOM CITY - Walton "Bob" Inman, an oil company pipe fitter, died Wednesday of cancer at his home. He was 69.
Graveside service will be at 11 a.m. Friday in Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Park in Colleyville. Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Mr. Inman was born in Grandview.
He was an Army veteran of World War II, serving in the Medical Corps. He participated in the battles for Guadalcanal and Saipan.
He was a member of Masonic Lodge 1194.
Survivors: Wife, Frances Inman of Haltom City; son, Robert Inman of Haltom City; daughter, Joanna Inman Phillips of Haltom City; mother, Mrs. J. L. Inman of Fort Worth; brother, Robert L. Inman of Hurst; three sisters, Mildred Arnold of Haltom City, Bonnie Allred of Fort Worth and Pearl Abbott of Smithfield.
January 25, 1994 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 20;21
BOYD - Clarence Daniel Vess, a farmer and a retired employee of General Dynamics, now Lockheed Fort Worth, died Friday in Fort Worth. He was 81.
Funeral was Monday at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church. Burial was in Pleasant Grove No. 2 Cemetery.
Christian-Hawkins Funeral Home in Boyd is in charge of arrangements.
Mr. Vess was born in Wise County.
He was a charter member, trustee and deacon for 50 years at the Keeter Baptist Church.
The family suggests that memorials be made to the Boyd Fire Department.
Survivors: Wife of 55 years, Della Vess of Boyd; two sons, Herman Wolfe of Newark and Ronny Vess of Boyd; six daughters, Louise Parkey of Fort Worth, Doris Jolly, Joyce Inman, Barbara Hightower and Margie Inman, all of Boyd, and Susane Lowe of Red Oak; three brothers, Claude Vess and Raymond Vess, both of Decatur, and Alford Vess of Fort Worth; two sisters, Ida Wolfe of Boyd and Mable Hawkins of Fort Worth; 25 grandchildren; 29 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.
February 07, 1994 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 11
SPRINGTOWN - C.A. "Larry" Larimore, owner of Springtown Building Center, died Saturday at a Weatherford hospital. He was 68.
Funeral will be at 2 p.m. today at White's Funeral Home in Springtown. Burial will be in Springtown Cemetery.
Mr. Larimore, a certified public accountant, was a former vice president of finance for Can Tex Industries in Mineral Wells.
He was a Navy veteran of World War II, serving as a lieutenant junior grade.
Survivors: Wife of 46 years, Patricia Larimore of Springtown; two sons, Steven Larimore of
Springtown and John Larimore of Wise County; daughter, Sharon Inman of Fort Worth; two brothers, Donald Larimore of Arizona and Carl Larimore of Illinois; sister, Olive Schmidt of Illinois; and three grandchildren.
Memorial services for Winnie I. Arant, of Glendale, Ariz., are
scheduled for 11 a.m. Monday, March 21, at Peters Funeral Home Chapel. Dr. D. D. Sumrall,
Jr. will officiate.
Mrs. Arant died Sunday.
Born in Aug. 18, 1906, in Camp County, she was the daughter of Gates W. and Belle Sparkes Inman. She married Charles Arant Jr. in Coleman on Aug. 1, 1930. She was a Sunday school teacher and member of First Baptist Church of Greenville.
Mrs. Arant is survived by daughters, Charlotte Bellah of Glendale, Ariz., and Ann Bolton of Huntington Beach, Calif., brother, George Inman of Denton; sister, Ethel Frady of Eureka Springs, Ark.; five grandchildren. she was preceded in death by her husband in 1983.
26, 1994 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 27
HUNT - Robert Lee "Bud" Inman, a longtime Fort Worth resident, died May 19 at his home in Hunt.
He was 65.
Graveside service was Monday at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. Kerrville Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Mr. Inman was born in Farmersville.
Survivors: Mother, Flemie O. Inman of Fort Worth; and three sisters, A. F. Allred of Burleson, Mildred Arnold and Pearl Abbott, both of Fort Worth.
May 27, 1994 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 32;33
HILLSBORO - Peggy Simmons, a Denton native and longtime resident of North Texas, died Wednesday at her home in Hillsboro. She was 70.
Graveside service will be at 10 a.m. today at Ridge Park Cemetery in Hillsboro. Marshal & Marshal Funeral Directors are in charge of arrangements.
Mrs. Simmons was a member of First United Methodist Church of Lewisville. She was active as a Girl Scout Brownie leader and Cub Scout den mother. She was also active in elementary school activities.
Survivors: Two daughters, Kathy Inman of Hillsboro and Karen Kunkel of Arlington; two brothers, Mike Grigsby of Hillsboro and Pat Grigsby of Phoenix; and six grandchildren.
November 01, 1994 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 18;19
ARLINGTON - Jack Inman, a retired employee of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and the Dallas Times Herald, died Sunday at an Arlington hospital. He was 79.
Funeral: 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at Moore Funeral Home in Arlington. Burial: Moore Memorial Gardens.
Visitation: 7 to 8 tonight at the funeral home.
Mr. Inman was born in Osceola. He was a former owner of Westside Pawn Shop. He was a member of Masonic Lodge 438 and the Scottish Rite Shrine Maus of Fort Worth.
Survivors: Wife, Lorene Inman of Arlington; son, Raymond Jack Inman of Arlington; two stepsons, David Smith of Arlington and Don Smith of Gunter; two sisters, Verna Bowers of Arlington and Othell Hunt of Colleyville; and eight grandchildren.
December 06, 1994 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 18;19
BRECKENRIDGE - Maggie Mae Hyatt, a homemaker, died Sunday at a nursing home. She was 82.
Graveside service: 11 a.m. Wednesday at Breckenridge Cemetery. Arrangements: Morehart Mortuary in Breckenridge.
Mrs. Hyatt was born in San Saba County and was a graduate of San Saba High School. She had lived in Breckenridge since 1942. She was a member and Sunday School teacher at Rose Avenue Baptist Church.
Survivors: Husband, Jessie J. Hyatt of Breckenridge; two sons, Delbert Hyatt of Quito, Ecuador, and Eddie Hyatt of Midland; daughter, Carol Hoepfner of Irving; sister, Wilma Inman of Marble Falls; five grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
February 03, 1995 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 22;23
JOSHUA - Donald Breland, 62, an assembler for Lockheed, died Thursday at a Cleburne hospital.
Funeral: 2 p.m. Saturday at Laurel Land Funeral Home of Fort Worth. Burial: Caddo Cemetery.
Mr. Breland was born in Del Ray, Fla. He served 23 years in the Air Force and retired as a master sergeant.
Survivors: Wife, Nancy Breland of Joshua; daughter, Margaret Pena of Whitewright; four stepsons, Tony Carpentiere of Haslet, Kenny Carpentiere of Burleson, and Eddie Carpentiere and Ricky Carpentiere, both of Joshua; two stepdaughters, Becky Funk of Fort Worth and Cindy Russell of Joshua; mother, Emma Breland of Del Ray; sister, Judy Inman of Del Ray; brother, Pat Breland of Del Ray; 14 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.
22, 1995 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 23
FORT WORTH - Flemie Ophelia Inman, 103, a homemaker, died Monday at a Fort Worth nursing home.
Funeral: 11 a.m. today at Mount Olivet Funeral Home. Burial: Mount Olivet Cemetery.
Mrs. Inman was born in Gurley, Ala.
She was the widow of Joseph Leonard Inman.
Memorials: Huguley Hospice or Brentwood Primitive Baptist Church.
Survivors: Three daughters, Pearl Abbott and Bennie Allred, both of Fort Worth, and Mildred Arnold of Haltom City; 21 grandchildren; 36 great-grandchildren; and 21 great-great-grandchildren.
March 27, 1995 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 11
WEATHERFORD - Norman Newton Neal, 50, a retired truck driver, died Saturday at a Weatherford hospital.
Funeral: 2 p.m. Tuesday at Galbreaith-Pickard Funeral Home in Weatherford. Burial: Memory Gardens.
Mr. Neal, a Weatherford native, moved to Parker County six years ago from Mineral Wells. He was a member of the Ballew Springs Baptist Church.
Survivors: Wife, Marialyn Neal of Weatherford; daughter, Norma Inmon of Weatherford; two sons, Willie Neal and Kenny Neal, both of Weatherford; mother, Margie Neal of Brea, Calif.; sister, Donna Konoske of Diamond Bar, Calif.; two brothers, Clifton Neal of Oklahoma and Wayne Neal of Weatherford; and three grandchildren.
April 08, 1995 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 39
CLEBURNE - Woodrow Wilson Mumford, a retired woodcutter, died Friday at a hospital. Graveside service: 11 a.m. Monday in Burleson Memorial Park. Arrangements: Laurel Land Funeral Home of Burleson.
Mr. Mumford was born in Shackleford County and lived in Cleburne for six years. He served in the Army during World War II.
Survivors: Sister, Hattie Inman of Fort Worth.
April 28, 1995 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 36;37
FORT WORTH - Norma Faye Bedford, 67, a homemaker, died of cancer Wednesday in Las Vegas.
Funeral: 10 a.m. Saturday at Trinity Church of Lake Country. Burial: Laurel Land Memorial Park.
Arrangements: Lucas Funeral Home in Hurst.
Mrs. Bedford was born in Houston.
Survivors: Husband, Barney F. Bedford of Fort Worth; son, David Inman of Las Vegas; daughter, Cynthia Inman of Las Vegas; two stepdaughters, Carolyn Robbins of Irving and Marolyn McCreery of Fort Worth; sister, LeJean R. Meyer of Houston; and eight grandchildren.
June 25, 1995 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 28;29
EULESS - Bradley Erin Inman, 8 months, died Tuesday in Pensacola, Fla.
Funeral: 11 a.m. Monday at St. Michael's Catholic Church in Bedford. Burial: Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Park in Colleyville. Visitation: 6 to 8 tonight at Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home.
Memorials: Bradley Erin Inman Fund at Bank of America.
Survivors: Parents, Erin and Melanie Inman of Euless; sister, Alexandre Inman of Euless;
grandparents, Donald and Sandy Inman of Holland, Mich., Sharon Stewart of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Michele Berlinn of Bedford; step-grandfather, Don Berlinn; step-grandmother, Charlotte Votrain; uncles and aunts, Matthew and Lindsey Votrain, Marc and Kelly Johnston and Ryan and Vanessa Inman; aunts, Kim Cardet, Anna Leoni, Chandra Moffet and Melissa Inman and Stephanie Berlinn; uncle, Jesse Theriog; and cousins, Christi Ann and John Barry, Che Daniels, Tai Daniels, Leon Manriquez, Rick Cardet, Willie Cardet and Christina Cardet. Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home Colleyville, 281-8751
August 28, 1995 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 13
PILOT POINT - Lola Beatrice Inman, 80, a retired Denton State School nurses aide, died Saturday at home.
Funeral: 10 a.m. Tuesday at Midway Baptist Church in Aubrey. Burial: Belew Cemetery. Visitation: 7 to 8 tonight at the church.
Mrs. Inman was born Aug. 26, 1915, in Arkansas. Huff-Slay Funeral Home Pilot Point, (817) 686-2277
September 05, 1995 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 18;19
FORT WORTH - Della C. Heel, a retired beautician, died Sunday in Fort Worth.
Funeral: 10 a.m. Wednesday at Greenwood Funeral Home. Burial: Greenwood Memorial Park. Visitation: 6 to 7 p.m. today at the funeral home.
Memorials: Charity of choice.
Officiating: the Rev. Frank B. Reeves of Saint Martin's Episcopal Church.
Mrs. Heel was born in Bowie.
Her husband, Wayne D. Heel, died 491/2 years ago and her sister, Vila Speir Inman, preceded her in death.
Survivors: Daughter, Nancy Heel Bitting of Austin; brother, Leslie Speir of Groves; granddaughter, Lesley Bitting of North Richland Hills; nephew, Charles Kilcrease of New York City; and niece, Margaret Sheerin of San Antonio. Greenwood Funeral Home 3100 White Settlement Road, 336-0584
September 06, 1995 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 20;21
FORT WORTH - Della C. Heel, a retired beautician, died Sunday in Fort Worth.
Funeral: 10 a.m. today at Greenwood Funeral Home. Burial: Greenwood Memorial Park.
Memorials: Charity of choice.
Officiating: The Rev. Frank B. Reeves of St. Martin's Episcopal Church.
Mrs. Heel was born in Bowie.
She was preceded in death by her husband of 491/2 years, Wayne D. Heel, and her sister, Vila Speir Inman.
Survivors: Daughter, Nancy Heel Bitting of Austin; brother, Leslie Speir of Groves; granddaughter, Lesley Bitting of North Richland Hills; nephew, Charles Kilcrease of New York City; and niece, Margaret Sheerin of San Antonio. Greenwood Funeral Home 3100 White Settlement, 336-0584.
October 01, 1995 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 32;33
FORT WORTH - Walter Wayne Inmon Jr., 39, a landscaper, died September 22 at a local hospital.
Graveside service: 1 p.m. Monday in Skyvue Memorial Park.
Mr. Inmon was born Dec. 13, 1955, in Mineral Wells. Brown, Gause-Ware, Owens & Brumley 425 S. Henderson St., 335-4557
09, 1995 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 28;29
DENTON - George E. Inman Sr., 83, a retired mobile home park owner, died Tuesday at home.
Funeral: 10 a.m. Friday at Singing Oaks Church of Christ. Burial: I.O.O.F. Cemetery. Visitation: 6 to 8 tonight at Mulkey-Mason, Jack Schmitz & Son.
Memorials: Ann's Haven Hospice in Denton.
Mr. Inman was born March 7, 1912, in Franklin County. Mulkey-Mason Funeral Home Lewisville, (214) 436-4581
December 24, 1995 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 24;25
FORT WORTH - Annie Marie Stephens Rice Inman, 90, a retired legal secretary, died Saturday in Arlington.
Graveside service: 2 p.m. today in The City Cemetery in Sulphur Springs.
Memorials: The American Heart Association.
Annie Inman was born July 15, 1905, in Saltillo to the late Jeppie and Ruth Stephens.
She was preceded in death by her first husband, Clarence Rice, her father and mother, and brothers, Aubrey Stephens, Bernon Stephens and J.G. Stephens Jr., and a sister, Ruth Boyd.
Survivors: Husband, Hugh Inman of Fort Worth; daughter, Joan Hickernell and her husband, Jim, both of Houston; stepdaughter, Earline Goodson and her husband, Gene, both of Fort Worth; two brothers, Bob Stephens of Arlington and Ben Stephens of Dallas; three sisters, Jackie Farrington, Mae Bridges and Lera McMahan, all of Dallas; four grandchildren, Lloyd Hickernell and his wife, Dora Beth, Paul Hickernell of Washington, D.C., and Erica Goodson and Jacob Goodson, both of Fort Worth; and three great-grandchildren, Jim Hickernell, Eric Hickernell and David Hickernell, all of Houston.
Murray-Orwosky Funeral Home Sulphur Springs, (903) 885-3133
January 24, 1996 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 28;29
BOWIE - Beatrice Inman, 90, a homemaker, died Monday at a Bowie nursing home.
Funeral: 3 p.m. today at Burgess-Fry-Owens-Brumley Funeral Home. Burial: Elmwood Cemetery.
Beatrice Inman was born Feb. 14, 1905, in Dallas. Burgess-Fry-Owens-Brumley Bowie, (817) 872-1144
February 15, 1996 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 26;27
RICHLAND HILLS - Frances McDowell, 89, a homemaker-caregiver, died Tuesday at a North Richland Hills hospital.
Funeral: 2 p.m. today at Hurstview Baptist Church. Burial: Mount Olivet Cemetery.
Frances McDowell was born Jan. 6, 1907, in Johnson County.
She was a Fort Worth resident most of her life and a longtime member of Hurstview Baptist Church.
Mrs. McDowell, with her husband, owned and operated a restaurant in the Fort Worth area for many years. She was preceded in death by her husband, J. Sherman McDowell, in 1972.
Survivors: Sisters, Ruth Inman and Marilee Moore, both of Pasadena; cousin, Sam Lawson of Hurst; and numerous nieces and nephews. Mount Olivet Funeral Home 2301 N. Sylvania Ave., 831-0511
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 15, March 04, 1996
FORT WORTH - R. L. "Pete" Scruggs, 97, a retired carpenter and farmer, died Sunday at a Fort Worth hospital. Funeral: 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at Shannon Rose Hill Funeral Home. Graveside service: 4 p.m. in Athens Cemetery in Athens, Texas. Visitation: 6 to 8 tonight at the funeral home. Mr. Scruggs was born May 17, 1898, in Marietta, Ga. He retired in 1974. His wife, Lela Waddell Scruggs, died in 1987. Survivors: Two daughters, Lila Carlton and her husband, Max, and Margaret Davis and her husband, Fred, all of Arlington; two grandchildren, David Neely of Bedford and Dixie Berman of Potomac, Md; five great-grandchildren; and caregivers, Deloria Robinson and Ruth Inman. Shannon Rose Hill Funeral Chapel 7301 E. Lancaster, 451-3333
April 22, 1996 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 21
ARLINGTON - L.B. Yeathermon, 83, a retired painter, died Saturday at an Arlington medical center. Funeral: 10 a.m. Tuesday at Arlington Funeral Home. Burial: Old Arlington Cemetery. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home.
Mr. Yeathermon was born June 7, 1912, in Seymour.
He was a longtime resident of Arlington. He was a retired painter and loved fishing and was a great peddler.
Survivors: Wife, Maggie Yeathermon of Arlington; four sons and daughters-in-law, Bill and Peggy Yeathermon of Weatherford, Mike and Lois Yeathermon, Gary and Charlotte Yeathermon, Larry and Kris Yeathermon, all of Arlington; brother, Woodrow Yeathermon of Arlington; sister, Lorene Inman of Arlington; 13 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Arlington Funeral Home 1221 E. Division, 548-1791
May 22, 1996 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 8;9
FORT WORTH - Jose Nieto Matamoros Jr., 62, a retired machine operator, died Tuesday at a local hospital.
Funeral: Private. Burial: Cedar Hill Memorial Park.
Jose Matamoros Jr. was born April 5, 1934, in Temple.
Survivors: Former wife, Felicita Galvan; sons, Vincent, Joe Louis, Victor and Benito Matamoros; daughters, Yolanda Inmon and Silvia Lugo; parents, Jose Matamoros and Fernanda Matamoros; brother, Isaac; two sisters, Mary and Julia; nine grandchildren whom he loved very much; and son-in-law, Richard M. Lugo, all of Fort Worth. Alonzo Funeral Home 2301 Ephriham Ave., 740-9091
May 23, 1996 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 7
FORT WORTH - Martha McMath, 75, a homemaker, died Wednesday at a local nursing home. Funeral: 10 a.m. Friday at Chapel of the Chimes at Laurel Land in Fort Worth. Burial: Laurel Land Memorial Park.
Martha McMath was born June 25, 1920, in Gorman.
Survivors: Husband, Gene McMath of Fort Worth; son, Geoffrey McMath of Fort Worth; stepsons, David McMath of Ruidoso, N.M., and C. T. McMath of Santa Fe, Texas; daughter, Judy Clinkscales of Fort Worth; stepdaughter, Luanne Kepple of Joshua; brothers, George Inman of Garland and Dan L. Inman of Dallas; 12 grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren. Laurel Land Funeral Home of Fort Worth 7100 Crowley Road, 293-1350
June 28, 1996 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 5
WEATHERFORD - Amanda O. Sampson, 91, a homemaker, died Thursday at a health care center.
Funeral: 10 a.m. Saturday at White Settlement Church of the Nazarene. Burial: 3 p.m. Saturday at Burkburnett Cemetery in Burkburnett. Visitation: 6 to 8 tonight at White's Funeral Home in Weatherford.
Amanda O. Sampson was born Nov. 23, 1904, in Files Valley. She was a longtime resident of White Settlement. She was preceded in death by her husband, Ezra Sampson, in 1978; son, Edwin Sampson, in 1932; and son, Maurice Sampson, in 1968.
She was a beloved mother and grandmother and "Granny" to all. She had a lifetime of caring for others and was a blessing to all who knew her. She was a homemaker and member of the White Settlement Church of the Nazarene.
Survivors: Sons, Daniel Sampson of Newark, Texas, Joe Sampson of Azle and John Sampson of Covington; daughters, Violet Champion of White Settlement, Dotti Baker of Weatherford, Jean Fewell of White Settlement and Elsie Calhoun of Weatherford; brother, Jim Evans of Kent, Wash.; sisters, Cora Inman of Holiday and Rose Struck of Cisco; 29 grandchildren; 57 great-grandchildren; and seven great-great-grandchildren. White's Funeral Home Weatherford, (817) 596-4811
September 15, 1996 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 4;5
FORT WORTH - Louis E. Inman, 83, a retired self-employed shoe repair man, died Friday in Fort Worth.
Funeral mass: 10 a.m. Tuesday at Saint Patrick Cathedral. Burial: Greenwood Memorial Park. Rosary:
7 p.m. Monday at Greenwood Funeral Home.
Louis Inman was born Feb. 23, 1914, in Dennison. He was a member of Saint Patrick Cathedral.
Survivors: Wife, Jennie D. Inman of Fort Worth; sons, Art Inman of Grand Prairie and Jim Inman of Colorado Springs, Colo.; 11 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Greenwood Funeral Home 3100 White Settlement Road, 336-0584
October 29, 1996 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 6;7
RHOME - Loretta Inman Hines, 83, a homemaker, died Saturday in Fort Worth.
Funeral: 2 p.m. today at First Baptist Church in Rhome, Texas. Burial: Pleasant Grove No. 2 near Boyd.
Loretta Hines was born Jan. 26, 1913, in Boyd.
She was preceded in death by her first husband, Warner A. Inman, her second husband, George W. Hines, and a daughter, Shriley Smith.
Survivors: Son, Doyle Inman of Boyd; daughter, Wanna Rutherford of Rhome; brother, John Archie Cobb of Paradise; sister, Juanita Jennings of Rhome; eight grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren.
Christian-Hawkins Funeral Home Boyd, (817) 433-5310
February 11, 1997 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 11
ARLINGTON - Thomas Smith, 68, a retired truck driver, died Sunday, Feb. 9, 1997, at home. Graveside service: 2 p.m. Wednesday in Laurel Land Memorial Park. Visitation: 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home.
Thomas Smith was born May 5, 1928.
Survivors: Wife of 26 years, Bobbie Smith of Arlington; sons, Jack Brown of Arlington, Randy Smith of Euless, Rickey Smith of Arlington and Ed Payton of Buffalo Gap; daughters, Jill McCurtin of Rock Springs, N.Y., and Vickie Kulbricki of Ypsilanti, Mich.; brother, Herman Smith of Big Spring; sisters, Ruby Inman of Bon Wier, Jennie Beckham of Mansfield, Sarah Ruth Fuller of Arlington and Peggy Price of Burleson; 18 grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren. Brown, Owens & Brumley 425 S. Henderson St., 335-4557
February 21, 1997 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 6;7
GRAPEVINE - Florence Aileen Sargent, 81, a homemaker, died Monday, Feb. 17, 1997, in Grapevine.
Funeral: 11 a.m. Saturday at Foust Funeral Home. Graveside service: 2 p.m. Sunday in Eola. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Friday.
Memorials: Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Florence Aileen Sargent was born Feb. 7, 1916, in Pearsall. She was preceded in death by her husband, Lee M. Sargent, in 1979 and daughter, Carolyn Sargent, in 1954.
Survivors: Daughters, Jo Ellen Purdy of Southlake and Ronda Inman of Austin; brothers, Fred Goeppinger of Houston and Edward Goeppinger of Healdton, Okla; sisters, Mary Robert of Tulsa, Okla., and Doris Smelser of Oklahoma City, Okla.; three granddaughters; and one grandson. J. E. Foust & Son Funeral Directors Grapevine, 481-2525
March 12, 1997 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 8;9
FLOWER MOUND - Betty Inman, 70, a retired teacher, died Thursday, March 6, 1997, at a Lewisville hospital.
Funeral: was at 2 p.m. Saturday at Dalton & Son Funeral Home. Burial: Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Park.
Betty Inman was born March 28, 1926, in Ashland, Ala.
Survivors: Husband, John Paul Inman; sons, John Mark Inman, Don Inman, David William Inman and Paul Douglas Inman; daughters, Sue Inman, Kathrine Uptain, Ruth Ann Inman and Elizabeth Inman; sister, Martha Baker; and 12 grandchildren. Dalton & Son Funeral Home Lewisville, (972) 436-6511
Thomas L. Porter
MELROSE, N.M. - Thomas L. Porter, 83, died Sunday, March 30, 1997,
Services will be at 1 p.m. Thursday in First United Methodist Church with the Rev. Kevin Bushart officiating. Masonic graveside services will be in Melrose Cemetery by Melrose Lodge No. 39 AF&AM. Arrangements are by Steed Todd Funeral Home of Clovis.
Mr. Porter was born in Bokchito, Okla., and had lived in Melrose since 1946. He served as mayor of Melrose during the 1950s. He was a member of Melrose Lodge No. 39 AF&AM and the Lions Club.
He married Faye Cox in 1934 at Marlow, Okla.
Survivors include his wife; a son, Tommy Porter of Albuquerque; two daughters, Fana Lou of Roswell and Sondra Sullivan of Pensacola, Fla.; two sisters, Geneva McComas of Whittier, Calif., and Pauline Inman of Tulia, Texas; a brother, Edmon Porter of Ocean Side, Calif.; nine grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.
The casket will be open at the funeral home and prior to the service. It will be closed after the service.
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Betty Jane Barrington
LAMPASAS - Betty Jane Barrington, 63, formerly of the Big Country, died Thursday in a Farwell care facility.
Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday in Smith Cemetery in Oakalla in Burnet County with Hansford B. Smith officiating, directed by Briggs-Gamel-Wilcox Funeral Directors.
Mrs. Barrington was born in Oplin and married Bobby Jack Barrington in 1951 in Abilene. She worked as a licensed vocational nurse for 16 years, with 10 years at Snyder Oaks Nursing Home.
Survivors include her husband, of Lubbock; one son, Jackie Barrington of Newport, Tenn.; four daughters, Daphnee Jones of Clovis, N.M., Debbie Davis of Snyder, Carol Atkins of Breckenridge and Mary Peacock of Blackwell; her mother, Mary Inman of Clyde; one sister, Carlene Brocks of Clyde; two brothers, Leonard Roberson of Rosebud, Ark., and Conrad Roberson of Odessa; nine grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.
May 04, 1997 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 8;9
FORT WORTH - Elsie Elizabeth Ramming, 92, a homemaker, died Friday, May 2, 1997, at home.
Funeral: 11 a.m. Monday at St. Paul Lutheran Church. Burial: Greenwood Memorial Park.
Elsie Elizabeth Ramming, a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church, was born Nov. 22, 1904, in Henrietta.
Survivors: Son, Gilbert L. Ramming of Fort Worth; daughter, Rose L. Inman of Fort Worth; sister, LaVerne Rathgaber of Wichita Falls; and numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Greenwood Funeral Home 3100 White Settlement Road, 336-0584
May 08, 1997 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 12;13
WEATHERFORD - Murry W. Martin, 86, retired owner of Murry W. Martin Wrecking Yard, died Tuesday, May 6, 1997, at home.
Graveside service: 10 a.m. Saturday in Curtis Cemetery in Weatherford.
Survivors: Sons and daughters-in-law, Don and Barbara Martin of Weatherford, Paul Gene and Linda Martin of San Antonio, Murry Earl Martin and Ronald C. Martin, both of Weatherford; daughters and son-in-law, Daphne and George Peel of Weatherford and Mary and David Inman of Vancouver, Wash.; sister, Guyette Hodde of Hobbs, N.M.; 18 grandchildren; and 31 great-grandchildren.
Galbreaith Pickard Funeral Chapel Weatherford, (817) 594-2747
June 04, 1997 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 8;9
FORT WORTH - Frank Quattrochi Sr., 88, died Tuesday, June 3, 1997, in Fort Worth. Funeral Mass: 11 a.m. Friday at St. Andrews Catholic Church. Private entombment: Greenwood Mausoleum. Visitation: 7 to 8 p.m. Thursday.
Pallbearers will be Bill Buxton, Stanley Buxton, John Chambers, Ben Quattrochi, Dan Quattrochi, Frank Quattrochi and Jodie Quattrochi.
Memorials: American Cancer Society or a charity of choice.
Frank Quattrochi Sr. was born Sept. 20, 1908, in Fort Worth and was a lifelong Fort Worth resident.
He attended Fort Worth schools and graduated from Central High School in 1926.
In the leather business in Fort Worth for more than 50 years, Mr. Quattrochi founded Texas Leather & Supply Co. and co-owner of B&J Leather Co. He retired in 1984.
He was a member of St. Andrews Catholic Church and Colonial Country Club. He was an avid golfer and loved to travel.
Survivors: His wife, Patsy M. Quattrochi; sons, Frank Quattrochi and Dan Quattrochi, both of Fort Worth; daughter, Diane Chambers of Fort Worth; brothers, Joe Quattrochi and Ben Quattrochi, both of Fort Worth; sisters, Louise Simpson and Jennie Inman, both of Fort Worth; grandchildren, Christine Chambers Tyng of San Antonio, Anna Denton of Austin and Cathleen Chambers Hoonett, Carrie Quattrochi and Jennifer Chambers, all of Fort Worth; three great-grandchildren; and nieces and nephews. Thompson's Harveson & Cole 702 Eighth Ave., 336-0345
June 05, 1997 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 6;7
FORT WORTH - Frank Quattrochi Sr., 88, died Tuesday, June 3, 1997, in Fort Worth. Funeral Mass: 11 a.m. Friday at St. Andrews Catholic Church, with the Rev. Monsignor Charles B. King as celebrant. Private entombment: Greenwood Mausoleum. Visitation: 7 to 8 p.m. Thursday.
Pallbearers will be Bill Buxton, Stanley Buxton, John Chambers, Ben Quattrochi III, Dan Quattrochi, Frank Quattrochi and Joe Quattrochi Jr.
Memorials: American Cancer Society or a charity of choice.
Frank Quattrochi Sr. was born Sept. 20, 1908, in Fort Worth and was a lifelong Fort Worth resident.
He attended Fort Worth schools and graduated from Central High School in 1926.
In the leather business in Fort Worth for more than 50 years, Mr. Quattrochi founded Texas Leather & Supply Co. and co-owner of B&J Leather Co. He retired in 1984.
He was a member of St. Andrews Catholic Church and Colonial Country Club. He was an avid golfer and loved to travel.
Survivors: His wife, Patsy M. Quattrochi; sons, Frank Quattrochi and Dan Quattrochi, both of Fort Worth; daughter, Diane Chambers of Fort Worth; brothers, Joe Quattrochi and Ben Quattrochi, both of Fort Worth; sisters, Louise Simpson and Jennie Inman, both of Fort Worth; grandchildren, Christine Chambers Tyng of San Antonio, Anna Denton of Austin and Cathleen Chambers Hodnett, Carrie Quattrochi and Jennifer Chambers, all of Fort Worth; three great-grandchildren; and nieces and nephews. Thompson's Harveson & Cole 702 Eighth Ave., 336-0345
June 16, 1997 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 6;7
WATAUGA - Arthur C. Berglund, 77, a retired salesman, died Saturday, June 14, 1997, at a Bedford hospital. Graveside service: 11 a.m. Tuesday at Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Park in Colleyville.
Arthur Berglund was born May 8, 1920, in Chicago, Ill. Mr. Berglund served with the Army Air Force in the South Pacific during World War II. Mr. Berglund had resided in Texas since 1951. He married Billie Louise Berglund on Aug. 28, 1954, in Waco.
Survivors: Wife, Billie Louise Berglund; sons, Larry Clifton Berglund of Houston, and Terry Wayne Berglund, Gary Arthur Berglund and John Walter Berglund, all of Fort Worth; grandsons, Rick Clark of Houston and Jack Anderson of Fort Worth; granddaughters, Tammy Inman of Houston, and Annie Berglund and April Berglund, both of Fort Worth; and great-granddaughter, Katelyn Inman of Houston.
Mount Olivet Funeral Home 2301 N. Sylvania Ave., 831-0511
CLOVIS, N.M. - Opal Bishop, 83, died Thursday, July 17, 1997.
Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday in Highland Baptist Church with the Rev. Lewis Johnson officiating. Burial will be at 2 p.m. CDT in Muleshoe Memorial Park in Muleshoe, Texas. Arrangements are by Steed-Todd Funeral Home of Clovis.
Mrs. Bishop was born in Memphis, Texas. She had been a resident of Texico for approximately 15 years and had lived in Clovis for the past six years. She was a member of Highland Baptist Church.
She married William Cherry Bishop in 1931 at Hollis, Okla.
Survivors include four sons, Alvin R. Bishop of Mesquite, Texas, W. A. "Dub'' Bishop of Clovis, Benny C. Bishop of Amarillo, and Jimmy D. Bishop of Pampa; two daughters, Helen Inman of El Paso, Texas, and Judith L. Johnson of Fort Worth, Texas; a sister, Fay Revell of Memphis; 10 grandchildren; and 19 great-grandchildren.
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Virginia "Virgie'' Inman, 84, of Amarillo, died Monday, July
Services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday in Memorial Park Mausoleum with the Rev. F.M. Byford of Paramount Baptist Church officiating.
Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2820 Virginia Circle.
Mrs. Inman was born in Hardy and graduated from Belleview High School in 1928. She lived in Clovis, N.M., from 1953 to 1969. She had lived in Amarillo since 1986.
She was a bookkeeper and a member of Paramount Baptist Church. She attended the Lydia Sunday School class.
She married Ira Thomas Inman in 1928 at Archer City. He died in 1989.
Survivors include a daughter, June Plein of Amarillo; a sister, Nettie Blair of Arlington; a granddaughter; and a great-grandson.
The family will be at 3400 Westlawn St. They request memorials be to the American Cancer Society, 3915 Bell St., Amarillo, Texas 79109.
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John Drew Knoll
SHAMROCK - John Drew Knoll, 61, died Friday, Aug. 8, 1997.
Services will be at 2 p.m. today in Calvary Christian Fellowship Church with the Rev. Joe G. Jernigan, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Shamrock Cemetery by Wright Funeral Directors.
Mr. Knoll was born in Shamrock. He had spent the last six years in Shamrock, moving back from California, where he lived for 17 years. While in California, he was a musician, a horse trader and jeweler.
He served in the Army and was a member of the military police in Germany. He was a member of Calvary Christian Fellowship Church.
Survivors include his mother, John Faye Green of Shamrock; a son, Mark Page of Weatherford, Okla.; a daughter, Denna Regan of Hollis, Okla.; a brother, Joe Frank Knoll of Shamrock; a sister, Joan Inman of Amarillo; and three grandchildren.
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September 08, 1997 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 6;7
GARLAND - Mary Ruth Inman, who retired from the Texas Highways Department in Austin, died Saturday, Aug. 6, 1997.
Graveside service: 4 p.m. Tuesday in Old Saltillo Cemetery. Family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at Williams Funeral Directors of Garland.
Memorials: The American Lung Association or the First United Methodist Church of Garland.
Mary Ruth Inman was born May 15, 1910. She lived in Saltillo until 1927, when the family moved to Commerce. She graduated from East Texas State Teacher's College in 1932 and taught school in Rice and Corsicana. In 1975, she retired from Texas Highways Department in Austin and moved to
Survivors: Brothers, Hugh Inman and L. H. Inman of Fort Worth and Richard Inman of Aurora, Ore.; two sisters, Margaret Stegall of Campbellsville, Ky. and Frances Gardner of Garland. Williams Funeral Directors Garland, (972) 276-5000
September 09, 1997 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 8;9
GARLAND - Mary Ruth Inman, retired from the Texas Highways Department in Austin, died Saturday, Sept. 6, 1997.
Graveside service: 4 p.m. Tuesday in Old Saltillo Cemetery.
Memorials: The American Lung Association or the First United Methodist Church of Garland.
Mary Ruth Inman was born May 15, 1910. She lived in Saltillo until 1927, when the family moved to Commerce. She graduated from East Texas State Teacher's College in 1932 and taught school in Rice and Corsicana. In 1975, she retired from the Texas Highways Department in Austin and moved to Garland.
Survivors: Brothers, Hugh Inman and L. H. Inman of Fort Worth and Richard Inman of Aurora, Ore.; and two sisters, Margaret Stegall of Campbellsville, Ky., and Frances Gardner of Garland. Williams Funeral Directors Garland, (972) 276-5000
September 08, 1997 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 7
BOYD - Della Emaline Gaston Wolfe Vess, 86, a homemaker, died Saturday, Sept. 6, 1997, at a Decatur hospital.
Funeral: 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church No. 2. Burial: Pleasant Grove Cemetery No. 2. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at the funeral home.
Memorials: Pleasant Grove Cemetery No. 2, P.O. Box 1531, Boyd 76023.
Della Vess was born Feb. 15, 1911, in Parker County.
She was preceded in death by a daughter, Margaret Lois Wolfe and two grandchildren, Laura Vess and Collin Vess.
Survivors: Sons, Herman Wolfe of Newark and Ronny Vess of Boyd; daughters, Louise Parkey of Hurst, Doris Jolly, Joyce Inman, Barbara Hightower and Margie Inman, all of Boyd, and Susan Lowe of Ovilla; 25 grandchildren, 36 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.
Christian-Hawkins Funeral Home Boyd, (940) 433-5310
September 09, 1997 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 9
BOYD - Della Emaline Gaston Wolfe Vess, 86, a homemaker, died Saturday, Sept. 6, 1997, at a Decatur hospital.
Funeral: 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church No. 2. Burial: Pleasant Grove Cemetery No. 2.
Memorials: Pleasant Grove Cemetery No. 2, Box 1531, Boyd 76023.
Della Vess was born Feb. 15, 1911, in Parker County. She was predeceased by her husbands, Homer Wolfe and C. D. Vess; daughter, Margaret Lois Wolfe; and grandchildren, Laura and Collin Vess.
Survivors: Sons, Herman Wolfe of Newark and Ronny Vess of Boyd; daughters, Louise Parkey of Hurst, Doris Jolly, Joyce Inman, Barbara Hightower and Margie Inman, all of Boyd, and Susan Lowe of Ovilla; 25 grandchildren; 36 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren.
Christian-Hawkins Funeral Home Boyd, (940) 433-5310
September 12, 1997 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 8;9
ARLINGTON - Bob Stephens, 78, a retired public relations officer at the University of Texas at Arlington, passed away Thursday, Sept. 11, 1997, in Arlington.
Funeral: 11 a.m. Saturday at First Baptist Church of Arlington. Dr. Charles R. Wade will officiate.
Graveside service: 3 p.m. Saturday in Sulphur Springs City Cemetery. Visitation: 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at Arlington Funeral Home.
Memorials: Mission Arlington, c/o First Baptist Church of Arlington.
Bob Stephens was born June 15, 1919, in Saltillo, Hopkins County. He was the first personnel director of Six Flags Over Texas. Leaving Six Flags in 1966, he joined UTA as assistant to the president for community affairs, and later served in athletic and university development.
He was active in community affairs and church programs. Mr. Stephens was granted life membership in Arlington Chamber of Commerce and was elected Arlington Citizen of the Year in 1967. He served as a Baptist deacon for 40 years. His church service also included being a Sunday school teacher, Sunday school superintendent and Training Union director.
Survivors: Wife, Mildred Allen Stephens; grandchildren, Sonya and Emily; great-granddaughter, Carly; brother, Ben Stephens and wife, Mildred Brownell Stephens; sisters, Mae Bridges and Lera McMahan; sisters-in-law, Nell Stephens and Martha Jean Stephens; brothers-in-law, J. T. Allen, Leon Allen and Hugh Inman; and stepson, Jim Hurley. Arlington Funeral Home 1221 E. Division, 548-1791
September 14, 1997 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 8;9
CLEBURNE - Connie Louise Teague Dugger, 41, a school teacher for Alvarado ISD, died Friday, Sept. 12, 1997, in Fort Worth.
Funeral: 10 a.m. Monday at Martin's Funeral Home. Burial: Greenacres Memorial Park. Visitation: 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday.
Connie Louise Teague Dugger was born Sept. 21, 1955, in Fort Worth.
Survivors: Husband, Thomas Leon Dugger of Cleburne; son, James Wayne Ford of Joshua; daughter, Brandy Brooks of Cleburne; parents, Curtis and Betty Singleton of Joshua and Robert Wayne Teague of Rendon; brothers, Bill Wayne Teague of Alvarado and Jason Wayne Teague of Whitney; sister, Caren Spain of Grandview; maternal grandmother, Hattie Inman of Fort Worth; granddaughter, A. J. Ford of Joshua; stepson, James Dean Dugger of Glen Rose; and stepdaughters, Laura Dugger and Kathy Osborne, both of Cleburne. Martin's Funeral Home Cleburne, (817) 558-3250
Sam E. Inman
DALZELL, Ill. - Sam E. Inman, 71, a former Amarillo resident, died
Tuesday, Sept. 23, 1997.
Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday in Mueller Funeral Home at Peru, Ill., with the Rev. Douglas N. Jacobs of St. John's Lutheran Church of Peru officiating. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery at La Salle.
Mr. Inman was born in Lubbock, Texas, and moved to Amarillo in 1929. While living in Amarillo, he worked for GE Jones Electric from 1942 until 1976, when he moved to Peru and founded Inman Electric. He served as chief executive officer of Inman Electric until becoming ill.
Mr. Inman was a 1944 graduate of Amarillo High School. He married Lois Jones in 1946 at Amarillo.
Mr. Inman was an Army veteran of World War II, serving in the European Theater of Operations. He was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church and was active in the Electrical Apparatus Service Association.
Survivors include his wife; a son, David Inman of Peru; a daughter, Elaine Wood of Batavia; a brother, Wilford Inman of Houston; two sisters, Wanda Arp and Patricia Day, both of Amarillo; and five grandchildren.
The family requests memorials be to Illinois Valley Hospice.
Visitation will be from 6 to 8:30 p.m. today at the funeral Home.
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COOPER - Sally Cooper, 72, a former Amarillo resident, died Saturday, Oct. 25, 1997.
Memorial services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Amarillo. Arrangements are by Delta Funeral Home of Cooper.
Mrs. Cooper was born in Springfield, Mo., and had lived in Amarillo several years until moving to Cooper in 1993. She was a member of First Presbyterian Church in Amarillo.
She married Sonny Cooper in 1950 in Amarillo.
Survivors include her husband; a son, Kent Cooper of Corpus Christi; a daughter, April Inmon of Cooper; four brothers, O. V. Elsey Jr. of Springfield, Mo., Tom Elsey of Tulsa, Okla., Bill Elsey of Forsythe, Mo., and Fritz Elsey of Amarillo; four sisters, Virginia Allee, Betty Stinson and Judy Westerfield, all of Amarillo, and Caroline Blackwell of Kansas City, Mo.; and three grandchildren.
Amarillo Online Newspapers 4 Nov 1997
October 27, 1997 - Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Page: 6
FOREST HILL - Jacqueline "Jackie" Hester, 61, a secretary for Commercial Credit Co., died Saturday, Oct. 25, 1997, at home after a very courageous battle with cancer.
Funeral: 3:30 p.m. Monday at Lucas Chapel North Sylvania. Rev. John Hanson will officiate. Burial: Mount Olivet Cemetery. Visitation: General
Jacqueline Hester was born Dec. 28, 1935, in Fort Worth. She was a member of Riverside Baptist Church for many years. She was a member of Walnut Creek Country Club. She was employed by Commercial Credit Co. for 25 years. She played on the Walnut Creek Country Club Tennis Team for 18 years. She loved the sport and played as long as she was able. Her "Tennis Ladies" were so kind, helpful and compassionate to Jackie during her illness.
She was preceded in death by her father, M. P. Inman.
Survivors: Husband, Jerrell Hester of Forest Hill; son, Willie Keith of Weatherford; daughter, Debbie Teague of Fort Worth; mother, Thelma Inman of Fort Worth; grandchildren, Paul Teague and Christal Teague; and stepchildren, Jon Hester, Chris Hester, Jeremy Hester, Mary Hester and Jimmy Hester.
Lucas Funeral Home 517 N. Sylvania Ave., 838-2336
Ruth Hood, 66, of 427 Tammy, died Saturday, Dec. 20, 1997.
Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday in Rector Funeral Home Chapel, 2800 S. Osage St., with Don Woolsey, associate pastor of Grace Community Church, officiating. Burial will be in Llano East Cemetery.
Mrs. Hood was born in Wewoka, Okla. She moved from Albuquerque, N.M., to Amarillo 35 years ago.
She was a homemaker and worked as a hairdresser at several nursing homes in Amarillo. She also was a saleswoman at Kline's department store. She was a tennis instructor and a yoga instructor and a member of San Jacinto Baptist Church.
She married Gary Hood in 1958 at Lubbock.
Mrs. Hood was preceded in death by a son, Rick Allen Hood, in 1985.
Survivors include her husband; two daughters, Vicky Carter of Warrenton, Mo., and Debbie Fite of Amarillo; a son, Donnie Lovett of Amarillo; three sisters, Frankie Hartman of Muskogee, Okla., Lea Ellen Goodman of Wewoka and Judy Inman of Dallas; two brothers, Steve Edwards of Seminole, Okla., and Mike Edwards of Wewoka; eight grandchildren; and a great-grandchild.
The family requests memorials be to the Don and Sybil Harrington Cancer Center, 1500 S. Coulter; or Baptist St. Anthony's Hospice and Life Enrichment Center, 200 N.W. Seventh Ave.
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Ray Andrew Carruth
BORGER - Ray Andrew Carruth, 79, died Friday, March 6, 1998.
Services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in First United Methodist Church with the Rev. Ken Sheppard of Faith Covenant officiating. Burial will be in Memory Gardens in Pampa by Minton / Chatwell Funeral Directors.
Mr. Carruth was born in Hoover. He had been a Borger resident for 49 years. He was an Army veteran of World War II. He retired from Carruth Oil Co., and was a member of Faith Covenant Church.
He married Maxine Houchin in 1942 at Lefors.
Survivors include his wife; three sons, Dane Carruth of Amarillo, Dennis Carruth of McAllen and David Carruth of Bloomfield, N.M.; a daughter, Diane Farley of McAllen; three sisters, Model Mathis of Hooker, Okla., Monta Taylor of Pampa and Jo Inman of Dallas; nine grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.
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John Nelson Reeves
TULIA - John Nelson Reeves, 56, died Saturday, March 21, 1998.
Services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday in Central Church of Christ with Trey Morgan, minister, officiating. Arrangements are by Wallace Funeral Home of Tulia.
Mr. Reeves was born in San Saba. He moved to Tulia at an early age and graduated from Tulia High School. He was employed as a truck driver and custom harvester. He was a member of Central Church of Christ.
Survivors include a daughter, Tonya Jeter of Madisonville; a stepdaughter, Anna Richardson of Phoenix; a sister, Jean Inman of San Antonio; and five grandchildren.
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Monta C. Taylor
PAMPA - Monta C. Taylor, 92, died Friday, April 17, 1998.
Services will be at 3 p.m. Monday in First Christian Church with the Rev. Darrell Evans, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery by Carmichael Whatley Funeral Directors.
Mrs. Taylor was born in Van Alstyne. She had been a resident of Pampa most of her life, graduating from Pampa High School. Since 1926, she had been a member of the Wayside Club, First Christian Church and the Builders Sunday School class.
She married W.F. "Bill" Taylor in 1926 at Pampa. He died in 1973.
Survivors include two daughters, Marjie Rogers of Pampa and Lynn Bowermon of Harrisburg, Pa.; a son, Leon Taylor of Pampa; two sisters, Mrs. Floyd Mathis of Hooker, Okla., and Mrs. Bill Inman of Dallas; six grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.
The family request memorials be to First Christian Church, 1633 N. Nelson, Pampa, Texas, 70965.
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Mary Roberson Inman
CLYDE -- Mary Roberson Inman, 93, died Tuesday at her daughter's home near Clyde.
Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. Friday in Oplin Cemetery with the Rev. Dan Burrow officiating, directed by Bailey Funeral Home.
Mrs. Inman was born in Pioneer and attended school in Oplin. She moved, in 1949, to Abilene, where she worked for Lanford and Sons as a seamstress for several years. She was employed by the Abilene State School for 16 years until retiring in 1969. She moved to the Clyde area in the 1970s and was the widow of Carl M. Roberson, whom she married in 1923 in Oplin; and Francis Neal Inman, whom she married in 1972.
Survivors include one daughter, Carlene Brooks of Clyde; two sons, Leonard Roberson of Rosebud, Ark., and Conrad Roberson of Odessa; one stepdaughter and two stepsons; two sisters, Christine Carrell of Baird and Minnie Grant of Lawn; 14 grandchildren; 34 great-grandchildren; five great-great-grandchildren; six step grandchildren; 12 step great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.
Memorials may be sent to a favorite charity; or Alzheimer's Association of West Central Texas, P.O. Box 3344, Abilene 79604.
Visitation will be from 7 to 8:30 p.m. today in the funeral home.
Hazel Milhoan Batenhorst
Hazel Milhoan Batenhorst, 71, of Shamrock, died Thursday, Aug. 20,
Services were at 3 p.m. Saturday in Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors Ivy Chapel, 2820 Virginia Circle, with Monsignor James C. Gurzynski, judicial vicar of the Diocese of Amarillo, and the Rev. Ray Milhoan officiating. Burial was in Llano Cemetery in Amarillo.
Mrs. Batenhorst was born in Wildorado. She was a homemaker and a Catholic.
She married Joseph H. Batenhorst in 1946 at Vega.
She was preceded in death by two sons, Mike and Danny Batenhorst.
Survivors include her husband; two daughters, Jeanette Batenhorst and Polly Pollard, both of Shamrock; two sons, Larry Batenhorst of Vega and Henry Batenhorst of Goodwell, Okla.; three sisters, Louella Hayes of Amarillo, Mary Cade of Post and Zoe Inman of Claude; a brother, Charlie Milhoan of Monroe, La.; 10 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren.
The family requests memorials be to a favorite charity.
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Monty Gene Stingley
Monty Gene "Rod" Stingley, 44, died Monday, Oct. 5, 1998.
Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday in Llano East Cemetery with military rites by Disable American Veterans Chapter 26. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2820 Virginia Circle.
Mr. Stingley was born in Guymon, Okla., and had lived in Amarillo since 1967. He was a veteran of the Army and a member of the Lighthouse Baptist Church.
Survivors include his mother, Gerri Riley of the home; three brothers, Benefield Stingley of Harlingen and Jerry Stingley and Laddy Stingley, both of Amarillo; and two sisters, Patricia Inman and Mary Bradshaw, both of Amarillo.
The body will not be available for viewing.
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HARDESTY, Okla. - Clarice Lee Inmon, 76, a former Hardesty resident, died Friday, Dec. 11, 1998, at Liberal, Kan.
Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Hartville Cemetery at Hardesty with the Rev. Odie Nunley officiating. Arrangements are by Bunch-Roberts Funeral Home of Guymon.
Mrs. Inmon was born in Tribune, Kan. She married Homer Dwight Inmon in 1948 at Clayton, N.M. They moved to Hardesty in 1980 from Canon City, Colo. He preceded her in death in 1996.
Survivors include four children, Clifford James Inmon of Blaine, Minn., William Joseph Inmon of Annapolis, Md., Mickey Inmon of Liberal and Danny D. Inmon of Fort Worth; and five grandchildren.
The family requests memorials be to Southwest Home Care c/o Bunch-Roberts Funeral Home, P.O. Box 1112, Guymon, OK 73942.
Amarillo Online Newspapers 14 Dec 1998
FAYE (PEGGY) HUCKABAY
Faye (Peggy) Huckabay, 72, of Milano, passed away on Tuesday,
December 15, 1998, in Pflugerville.
A homemaker most of her life, Peggy was born in Fresno, California, on April 10, 1926. She was the daughter of Leo Marvin and Wava (West) Inman.
Her daughter, Barbara Kay Wells, preceded her in death on March 31, 1989.
She is survived by her sons, Wallace (Tito) Holmes, of Pflugerville, Thomas Carden and his wife, Ella, of Crofton, Kentucky, and Jay Huckabay and wife, Dell, of Pflugerville; her sisters, Twyla Bratton, Wilda Fournier and Cleo Biggers, all of California. She is also survived by her grandchildren, her great-grandchildren, several nieces, nephews, and other loving relatives and friends.
Friends may pay their respects from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Friday, December 18, 1998, at Cook-Walden/Capital Parks Funeral Home in Pflugerville.
Graveside services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Friday, December 18, 1998, at Cook-Walden/Capital Parks Cemetery, with Reverend Don R. Long officiating.
The family wishes to express their appreciation to the Pflugerville Care Center and to Vista Care Family Hospice for their loving care of Mrs. Huckabay.
Source: Austin American-Statesman December 17, 1998
Age 65, of Lacky, died, Jan. 30, 1999. Born Oct. 14, 1933, in Knott Co. s/o Lillie Hicks Inmon and the late William Inmon. He was preceded in death by wife Armatha Inmon. In addition to his mother, he is survived by two dau., Shrri Lynn Eldridge and Belinda Runyon; Tow brothers, ohn Inmon and Bobby Davis; tow sisters, Rose Combs and Betty Sue Prater. Burial is in the Coburn-Inmom Cemetery at Garrett.
The Wilson County News
MIDLAND - Otta Culpepper, 90, died Wednesday, Jan. 20, 1999.
Graveside services were at 3 p.m. Saturday in Dreamland Cemetery in Canyon. Arrangements were by Ellis Funeral Home of Midland.
Mrs. Culpepper was born in Winters. In 1940, she married Charlie Elkins. Her second marriage was in 1987 to Raymond Culpepper. She was preceded in death by both husbands and in 1994 by a son, James "Hoss" Inman.
Survivors include a son, Jerre Inman of Abilene; seven grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren.
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John Harrison Curd, 68, of Austin, Texas, passed away Sunday,
February 14, 1999, Valentine's Day.
He was a member of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
Mr. Curd is survived by his son, James Michael Curd and fiancée, Jennifer Benson, of Austin; his daughter, Kaye and husband, K. C. Stumph, of Mt. Olive, North Carolina; granddaughters, Nicole and husband, Brian Inman, of Austin, Michelle and husband, Frankie Jurado, of Kerrville, and Amanda Honeycutt, of Austin; his grandson, Levi Smithey, of Anchorage, Alaska; and great-granddaughters, Ashley Inman, of Austin, and Katlyn Jurado, of Kerrville.
Pallbearers will be Bubba Fisher, Mark Palmer, Mike McCullough, Gary Krutsinger, Vince
Hazen and Tony Goodall.
The family will receive friends from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 17, 1999, at the Cook-Walden/Forest Oaks Funeral Home, where funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, February 18, 1999. Graveside services will follow at 1:00 p.m. an the Tobey Cemetery in Fairland, Texas.
The family requests, in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions be made to the John Curd
Cancer Relief Benefit, 14401 FM 1826, Austin, Texas 78737.
Source: Austin American-Statesman - February 18, 1999
Lilly Hicks Inmon
Age 87, of Garrett, died March 3, 1999, at Our Lady, of The Way Hospital at Martin. She was born in Knott County, on Dec. 3, 1911, the d/o Eli Hicks and Mallie Conley Hicks. She was preceded in death by her husbands: William Inmon and Carter Davis. She is survived by two sons: Clefts Inmon at New Palestine, Ind. and Bobby Davis of Florida; two daughters, Rose Combs and Betty S. Prater of Hindman; one sister, Elsie Bolen; 13 grandchildren and eight great- grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 1:00 p.m., Saturday, March 6, at the Rock Fork United Christian Church at Garrett, with Sterlin Bolen officiating. Burial was in the Coburn-Inmon Cemetery at Garrett.
The Wilson County News, (3/12/1999)
INMAN, Jack, 73, of Smithville died Tuesday. Services 1 p.m.
Friday, Forest Park East Cemetery, Webster. Arrangements by Marrs- Jones, Smithville.
Source: Austin American-Statesman - March 04, 1999
INMAN, Lucille Frances Moffett, 84, of Humble died Tuesday.
Services 2 p.m. today, Clements-Wilcox Funeral Home, Burnet. Burial Bear Creek Cemetery.
Source: Austin American-Statesman - March 12, 1999
Lucille Frances Moffett Inman, 84, of Humble, Texas died March 9, in
Houston. She was born August 28, 1914 in Burnet, to Enoch Leonidas and Sue Ann Read
Moffett. She married Herchel D. Inman on November 27, 1934 in Burnet County.
She was a member of the Schwab City Baptist Church in Schwab City. She had lived in the Humble and Houston area since 1945.
She is survived by her children Warren (Butch) and Jeanne Inman, J.D. (Buddy) and Kathy Inman, grandchildren Warren Inman Jr., Deborah Inman, Daniel Inman, Darlene and Steve Ramirez, David and Tammy Inman, Steven and Kim Inman, Jerry Inman, Robert Inman, Mary O'Fiel, eleven great grandchildren; sister Lorena Lorano and aunt Lela Bostick.
She was preceded in death by her husband Herschel D. Inman on March 31, 1966; a granddaughter Janette Lenall Inman on May 3, 1992 and two great grandchildren Sierra Inman and Emily Inman.
Funeral service were held March 12, at Clements-Wilcox Funeral Home in Burnet. They were officiated by Rev. Gordon Edwards. Internment followed at Bear Creek Cemetery in Bertram beside her husband.
Burnet Bulletin, April 7, 1999, pg 12
VERNON, Texas -- Vivian B. Anderson, 77, died Wednesday, May 12, 1999, in a Wichita Falls hospital.
Services will be at 2 p.m. today at Sullivan Funeral Home with the Rev. Jack Gilliland of Second Baptist Church officiating. Burial will be in Wilbarger Memorial Park under the direction of Sullivan Funeral Home.
Mrs. Anderson was born Dec. 9, 1921. She and Connie Daniel Anderson were married July 26, 1946, in Seymour, Texas. He died March 30, 1983. She was a resident of Vernon all of her life. She was a homemaker and a member of Second Baptist Church.
Survivors include a son, Clinton D. of Vernon; two daughters, Myra E. Judd and Josie Ann Hopkins, both of Vernon; two brothers, Clois Glover Inmon of Oregon and Clifton Dewayne Inmon of Pampa, Texas; a sister, Doris Mae Inmon Schwarz of Vernon; nine grandchildren; and a great-grandchild.
The family will be at 4405 Tanglewood.
Memorials may be made to Second Baptist Church Building Fund.
Times Record News
CHILDRESS - Taylor Inman, 20, died Saturday, May 22, 1999.
Services will be at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday in First United Methodist Church with the Rev. Kerry Hurst, retired Methodist minister of Lubbock, officiating and the Rev. Johnny Robertson of First United Methodist Church, assisting. Burial will be in Childress Cemetery by Johnson Funeral Home.
Mr. Inman was born in Memphis and graduated from Childress High School in 1996. He was a salesman and had been attending West Texas A&M University.
Survivors include his mother and father, Gina Inman and John Inman of Childress; his sister, Lindsey Inman of Dallas; and grandmothers, Virginia Butler and Johnnie Inman, both of Childress.
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Hazel E. Inman
IOWA PARK Hazel E. Cleary Inman, 81, of Iowa Park died
Saturday, May 29, 1999, in Wichita Falls.
Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. today in Highland Cemetery with the Rev. Stuart Sherrill of Church of Living Water officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Dutton Funeral Home of Iowa Park.
Mrs. Inman was born Oct. 23, 1917, in Matador, Texas. Her husband, Wallace, died in 1955. She was a volunteer caregiver and a seamstress for Levi Strauss Company. She was a resident of Iowa Park for 81 years and was retired from Gulf Theaters as assistant manager. Her daughter, Walleen Estell, died in 1936.
Survivors include two daughters, Colleen Vernon of Iowa Park and Barbara A. Veasey of Wichita Falls; a sister, Ruby L. Hoepfner of Anchorage, Alaska; six grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.
Memorials may be made to Texhoma Christian Care Center, 300 Loop 11, Wichita Falls, Texas.
The family will be at 110 W. Pecan St. in Iowa Park.
San Angelo Standard-Times Online
Hazel E. Inman
1917 - 1999
Hazel E. Inman, 81, of Iowa Park, TX died Saturday, May 29, 1999 at United Regional Health Care -11th Street in Wichita Falls, TX.
She was born October 23, 1917 in Matador, TX. She was a member of Church of Christ.
She was involved in She was a volunteer caregiver, She was also a seamstress for Levi Strauss Company..
Services will be held Tuesday, June 1, 1999, at 11:00 AM at Graveside. Rev. Stuart Sherrill will be officiating.
Burial will be at Highland Cemetery on Tuesday, June 1, 1999 at 11:00 am.
Memorials can be sent to Texhoma Christian Care Center 300 Loop 11 Wichita Falls, TX
Survivors include: Colleen Vernon of Iowa Park, TX-Daughter, Barbara Veasey of Wichita Falls, TX-Daughter, Ruby Hoepfner of Anchorage, AK-Sister.
Alonzo Noble Sr., 82, formerly of Abilene, died Tuesday in a Wylie, TX. Nursing home.
Services will be at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, June 19, at the Elliott-Hamil Funeral Home Chapel of Memories, 542 Hickory, with Dr. Jeff Reid officiating. Burial will be in Elmwood Memorial Park.
Mr. Noble was born in Hartford, Conn., and graduated from high school in Kerens. He retired as a Chief Master Sgt. from the U.S. Air Force in 1965 after 26 years' service. He was the widower of Eddie Vera "Bee" Inmon Noble, whom he married in Corsicana on Aug. 1, 1940. He moved to Abilene in 1968 and was a member of Pioneer Drive Baptist Church.
Survivors include one son, Calvin Alonzo Noble Jr. of San Jose, Calif.; one daughter, Jan Hitchcock of Plano; one brother, William G. Noble of San Antonio; three grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
Visitation will be from 6-8 p.m. today at the funeral home.
Source: Abilene Reporter News
Beatrice "Bea" Seabolt
Services for Beatrice "Bea" Seabolt, 84, Forney, formerly
of Canton were held Friday, June 25, at Eubank Funeral Home Chapel, Canton, with Rev. Bill
Lane officiating. Burial was in Haven of Memories Memorial Park, Canton. Mrs. Seabolt died
June 22, 1999, in Terrell.
She was born June 8, 1915, in Carthage to the late Henry B. and Nancy O. Cothern Hawks. She was a former resident of Canton, where she was a member of the Oak Grove Baptist Church.
Survivors include sons and daughters-in-law, Donald R. and Linda Seabolt, Forney and Michael T. and Marjorie Seabolt, Garland; daughters and sons-in-law, Mary O. Jim Thomas, San Angelo, Winona E. and Vernon Thomas, Garland and Sandra S. Inman, Justin; sisters, Nell Brackett, Garland and Frances Emerson, Sunnyvale; ten grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers were James Ray Thomas, Robert Thomas, Michael Seabolt, James Seabolt, Danny Thomas and Roy Inman.
Van Zandt News, Sunday, June 27, 1999, page 13A
50 Years Ago - Two year old Hugh, son of Curtis Inman of Perryville was bitten by a rabid fox
Excerpts from The Gilmer Mirror June 30, 1999 Issue
McClintock - James R. McClintock of Bedford, IN, died Saturday, July
3, 1999, at the Westview Nursing Home. Born on June 21, 1922, in Corsicana, TX, he was the
son of Walter and Fannie (Able) McClintock. He married Freed (Elliott) Anderson, and she
Also surviving are three daughters, Beverly Hollon of Kansas, Deratha Smith of Mitchell, IN, and Agath Kay Sipes of Bedford, IN; one step-daughter, Cindy McBride of Nebraska; one step-son, Larry Anderson of Illinois; one sister, Wanda Starr of Bedford, IN; six grandchildren, 8 step-grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by one step-daughter, Connie Lynd; two brothers, Harvey McClintock, and Pete McClintock; two sisters, Audrey Inman and Ruby Roberts; and one granddaughter.
He was retired from Crane and was an Army veteran of World War II. He was a member of the Eagles Lodge, the Moose Lodge, and the American Legion.
Services for James McClintock will be at 1:00 p.m. Wednesday, July 7th, at the Day & Carter Mortuary with Bro. John Turpin officiating. Burial will follow in Cresthaven Memory Gardens with military rites accorded by the American Legion Gillen Post 33. Friends may call from 2-8 p.m. Tuesday and from 9 a.m. until the services time Wednesday at the Day & Carter Mortuary.
From Bedford-on-line, July 3, 1999
MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Evelyn Knox Inman, 84, died Wednesday, July 7, 1999, in Wichita Falls.
Graveside services will be at 11:30 a.m. today in Memorial Park Cemetery under the direction of
Memorial Park Funeral Home.
Mrs. Inman was born March 28, 1915. She was a member of University United Methodist Church in Wichita Falls and was a former member of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. She was a member of Eastern Star and of St. Luke's United Methodist Church of Memphis.
Survivors include a daughter, June Inman Kees of Wichita Falls; two sons, Frank Jr. of Memphis and George Williamson Inman of Fredericksburg, Texas; nine grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to MIFA.
Times Records News online
Longtime Abilene State School employee
Inez Inman, 93, employed by Abilene State School for more than 15 years until retiring in 1971, died Wednesday in a Clyde nursing home.
Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday in First Church of the Nazarene with Garland Wallace, the Rev. Mike Woodard and O. W. Wilson officiating. Burial will be in McBee Cemetery, directed by North's Funeral Home, 242 Orange.
Mrs. Inman was born in May and grew up in Lawn. She worked at Camp Barkeley Hospital during World War II. She was a member of World War II Ladies Auxiliary and Southwest Park Baptist Church, and was the widow of Coy Thomas Inman, whom she married in 1934 in Abilene.
Survivors include two granddaughters, Joann Wayte and Tiger Virginia Gulich, both of Clyde; two great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren.
Visitation will be from 6-7:30 p.m. Sunday in the funeral home.
Source: Abilene Reporter-News, Aug, 21, 1999
Gertrude "Pete" Inman, 84, of Amarillo, died Wednesday,
Aug. 25, 1999.
Memorial services will be at 2 p.m. Friday in Trinity Baptist Church with Dr. David Evans of the church officiating. Arrangements are by Blackburn-Shaw Funeral Directors, Memorial Chapel, 315 E. Fifth Avenue.
Mrs. Inman was born in Willow, Okla., and moved to Amarillo in 1945. A retired bookkeeper for Albertson's, she was a member of Trinity Baptist Church.
Preceding her in death were her husband, Samuel Inman, a stepson, Samuel Inman Jr., and a stepdaughter, Joyce Brown.
Survivors include a son, James Adams of Amarillo; a sister, Lela Mae Biggs of Fort Worth; a stepson, Wilford "Sonny" Inman of Houston; two stepdaughters, Pat Day and Wanda Earline Arp, both of Amarillo; three grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.
The family will be at 2116 S. Hughes. They suggest memorials be to Trinity Baptist Church.
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Joe Frank Knoll
SHAMROCK - Joe Frank Knoll, 63, died Saturday, Sept. 18, 1999.
Services will be at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in Church of Christ in Dozier with Terry Newell of Shawnee, Okla., officiating. Burial will be in Shamrock Cemetery by Wright Funeral Directors.
Mr. Knoll was born in Shamrock and raised in Greasey Corner Junction in the Samnorwood Community, where he graduated from Samnorwood School in 1954. He received an associate degree from Clarendon College and attended West Texas State University in Canyon. He married Anita Lois Amerson of Dozier in 1959 and they moved to the Amarillo area, where
he worked for Firestone Tire Company before being transferred to Oklahoma. In 1969, he moved to Knoll, where he farmed and raised livestock and managed Lutie Cotton Gin for 10 years. He also served as Collingsworth County Commissioner for eight years, on Samnorwood
School Board for 12 years and in the National Guard for nine years. He was a member of the Samnorwood Lions Club, the Rotary Club in Shamrock and was a 32nd degree Mason.
He was a member of Dozier Church of Christ in Dozier.
Survivors include his wife; two sons, Joe Frank "Jody" Knoll Jr. of Canyon and Steven Arnold Knoll of Hereford; a daughter, Stacey Renea Knoll Morgan of Shamrock; his mother, John Faye Green of Shamrock; a sister, Joan Inman of Amarillo; and five grandchildren.
Obits from Amarillo Online Newspapers
HOOKER, Okla. - Dell Mathis, 82, died Friday, Oct. 8, 1999, at
Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday in Hooker Church of Christ with Neville Buchanan and Gary Moore officiating. Burial will be in Hooker Cemetery by Roberts Brothers Funeral Home.
Mrs. Mathis was born in Elida, N.M., and moved with her family to Pampa. Later, she moved to Lefors, where she attended schools, graduated in 1934 and worked at the Post Office. She married Floyd Mathis in 1940 at Pampa.
She and her husband moved to Artesia, N.M., back to Lefors, to Amarillo and to Hooker in 1950. She was a bookkeeper at Liberal Savings and Loan for 10 years, and at First National Bank for 9 years. For 48 years, she was a member of the Hooker Church of Christ, where
she taught Bible school.
Survivors include her husband; two sons, Joe Mathis of Guymon and Bryan Mathis of Hooker; a sister, Jo Inman of Dallas; three grandchildren; and a greatgrandchild.
The family suggests memorials be to Black Masa Bible Camp, Camp Billy Joe, and will be accepted at Roberts Brothers Funeral Home, P.O. Box 745, Hooker, OK 73945.
Amarillo Sunday News-Globe Oct. 10, 1999
H. A. Kinser
TULIA - H. A. "Harvie" Kinser, 86, died Saturday, Oct. 9,
Services will be at 2 p.m. today in Calvary Baptist Church with the Rev. Don Hill, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery by Wallace Funeral Home.
Mr. Kinser was born in Emory, where he attended schools. For 12 years and during World War II, he served with the Army and in 1945, moved to Plainview, where he was a police officer. In 1960, he moved to Tulia, where he was a farmer, rancher and truck driver. He worked for the John Deere House and was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and Calvary Baptist Church.
His first wife, Mattie Foster, died in 1966. He was also preceded in death by a daughter, Mary Ellen Kinser and a stepson, Sonny Anderson.
He married Edythe Murphy in 1972 at Tulia.
Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Ruby Whitsett of Tulia and Shannah Kinser of Tulia; a son, Leroy Kinser of Dimmitt; two stepsons, Leon Anderson of Wilderado and Dale Anderson of Fritch; three stepdaughters, Marilyn Barnett of Tulia, Rebecca Matthews of Amarillo and Deana Weavers of Hereford; two sisters, Lois Clayton of Graham and Bessie Inman of Diboll; three brothers, Jack Kinser of Olney, Aud Kinser of Tulia and Claude Kinser of New Castle; five grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; step-grandchildren and step-great-grandchildren.
The family suggests memorials be to Baptist St. Anthony's Hospice and Life Enrichment Center in Amarillo.
Amarillo Daily News Oct 11, 1999
LLANO - Edna Lee Inman, 84, graveside service at 10 a.m. in Llano City Cemetery; arrangements by Waldrope-Hatfield-Hawthorne Funeral Home.
San Angelo Standard-Times Online
LLANO - Edna Lee Inman, 84, died Thursday, Oct. 14, 1999, in Llano.
Graveside service will be at 10 a.m. Saturday in Llano City Cemetery. Arrangements are by Waldrope-Hatfield-Hawthorne Funeral Home.
She was born Aug. 3, 1915, in Pontotoc and was a lifetime resident of Llano. She was a nurse's aide and was a member of the First Baptist Church.
Survivors include numerous nieces and nephews.
San Angelo Standard-Times Online 10/15/99
PLAINVIEW - Alvin Inman, 82, died Tuesday, Dec. 7, 1999.
Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. today in Plainview Memorial Park with Floyd Stumbo, an elder at Broadway Church of Christ in Lubbock, officiating. Arrangements are by Lemons Funeral Home.
Mr. Inman was born in Wheeler. He joined the Army Air Corps in 1942 and was a member of the 9th Bombardment Group at Fort Sill, Okla. He did flight training in Dalhart and later did two years of combat flight training for B-17s. He was on Tinian Island in the Pacific Theater in 1944 and flew bombing missions in 1945.
In 1946, he moved to Plainview, where he owned and operated a well service and trucking company. He was a member of Ninth and Columbia Church of Christ.
Mr. Inman married Evelyn Johnson in 1937 at Pampa.
Survivors include his wife; a sister, Reba Black of Dumas; and a brother, Elmer H. Inman of Denver.
Obits from Amarillo Online Newspapers
Boston E. Justice
Boston E. Justice, 97, of Canyon, died Friday, Dec. 24, 1999.
Graveside services will be at 1 p.m. Thursday in Llano Cemetery with the Rev. Gayle Bowen, associate pastor of the First Baptist Church of Canyon, officiating. Arrangements are by Brooks Funeral Directors.
Mr. Justice was born in Rolf, Okla., and moved to Texas in 1905. Two years later his family moved to Colorado where he graduated from Prichard High School. He moved to Childress when he was 18.
In 1928 Mr. Justice moved to Arizona where he farmed and ranched. He was a member of the First Assembly of God in Tolleson, Ariz. He returned to Texas in the 1950s.
He married Lillie Mae Hendrick of Fort Worth in 1922. She died in 1994.
Survivors include three daughters, Lorain Inman of Canyon, Maxine Wright of Avondale, Ariz., and Betty Montana of New London; seven grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.
Amarillo Daily News, Dec. 29, 1999
Aulsie E. Lightfoot
ARANSAS PASS - Aulsie E. "Betty" Lightfoot died Dec. 28, 1999. She was 62.
Survivors include her husband, Leroy; a son, Lee Lightfoot of Albuquerque, N.M.; two daughters, Debra Hopkins of Aransas Pass and Tracy Hancock of Whitney; three brothers, Tommy Johnson of West Columbia, Charles Johnson of White Cloud, Fla., and Bill Johnson of West Virginia; a sister, Patty Inman of Aransas Pass; seven grandchildren, and one great-grandchild.
Funeral services will be at 3 p.m. Dec. 31 at Charlie Marshall Funeral Home. Burial is private.
The Caller Times online - 12/31/1999
Robert Stanley Inman
CLOVIS, N.M. - Robert Stanley Inman, 63, died Wednesday, Jan. 12,
Memorial services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in The Chapel with the Rev. Dean Turvaville officiating. Cremation and arrangements are by Muffley Funeral Home of Clovis.
Mr. Inman was born in Depew, Okla. In 1962, he moved from Littlefield, Texas to Clovis where he was a barber at Bob's Styling and Barber Salon.
He married Norma Lee Colson in 1957 at Littlefield.
Survivors include his wife; two sons, Robert D. Inman and Danny Lee Inman, both of Clovis; a daughter, Keri Lynn Pattison of Clovis; a brother, Barry Pederson of Oakland, Calif.; a sister, Anita Manley of Tracey, Calif.; three grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Amarillo Daily News, Jan. 14, 2000
Clarence Lee Inmon, Sr., 59, of Corpus Christi passed away Thursday, January 5, 2000 at his residence. Clarence was born December 14, 1940. He had worked for Best Buy until his illness.
He is survived by his wife, Rosemary Ann; two sons, Clarence Lee Inmon, Jr. (Cynthia) of Victoria; Joseph Anthony Crowder of Corpus Christi; one daughter, Maxine Denise Stuart (Linc) of McAllen; three grandsons, Michael John Inmon, James Daly Stuart, Zachary Thomas Stuart; one granddaughter, Amber Dawn Inmon; and a cousin, Eunice Leervig of Houston.
Visitation will be from 4:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m., Friday, January 7, 2000 at Clifford Jackson Funeral Home.
Corpus Christi Caller-Times
L. Keith Campbell
PERRYTON - L. Keith Campbell, 68, died Monday, Jan. 24, 2000.
Services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday in Southside Baptist Church with Dwain Read officiating. Burial will be in Silverton Cemetery with A. C. Hamilton officiating. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Home of Perryton.
Mr. Campbell was born in Silverton and moved to Perryton in 1969 from Tulia. He was a contract pumper and a member of First Baptist Church.
He married Jane Inman in 1970 at Perryton.
Survivors include his wife; three sons, Randy Campbell and J.C. Campbell, both of Amarillo, and Gregg Campbell of Perryton; two stepsons, Ron Inman of Elk City, Okla., and Donnie Inman of Tulia; a daughter, Kay Sturgess of Tulia; a stepdaughter, Janna Parson of Farmington, N.M.; three sisters, Doris Cook of Plainview, Glenna Yerby of Amarillo and Margie Hamby of Jacksboro; 13 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.
The family suggest memorials be to a favorite charity.
Source: Amarillo Daily News, Jan. 25, 2000
PAMPA - Oren "Bud" Simpson, 85, died Friday, Feb. 11,
Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday in Fellowship Baptist Church with the Rev. Charles Lowry, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Memory Gardens Cemetery by Carmichael-Whatley Funeral Directors.
Mr. Simpson was born in Marlow, Okla., and was a mechanic. As a member of Fellowship Baptist Church, he was Sunday school teacher, honorary deacon and church treasurer.
He married Imogene Robison in 1937 at Memphis.
In 1962, he was preceded in death by a grandson.
Survivors include his wife; a son, Bill Simpson of Arlington; two daughters, Margaret Inman of Pampa and Wanda Deering of Garland; a sister, Floy Graham of Floydada; seven grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.
Amarillo Sunday News-Globe Feb. 13, 2000
Lowel Doran McMahon
PEACOCK - Lowel Doran McMahon, 70, died Thursday, Feb. 17, 2000.
Services are 2 p.m. today at the Dublin Mountain Cemetery with the Rev. Jimmy Miles officiating, directed by McCoy Funeral Home of Aspermont.
Mr. McMahon was born in Peacock and was a retired barber and a WWII Navy veteran.
Survivors include his mother, Lanie McMahon of Peacock; one son, Lowel McMahon of San Antonio; four daughters, Sue Inmon of Dumas, Janet Martin of Panhandle, Katie Wright of Amarillo, Yvonne Vandiver of Richardson; four sisters, Nova Dell Simmons of Peacock, Bennie Goodall, Delores Dean Miles, both of Fritch, Sharla Nasta of Roswell; three brothers, Eldon Aubrey McMahon, Alvin Don McMahon, both of Farmington, N.M., Carle Emmett McMahon of San Angelo; eight grandchildren.
Lesley Ramsey Allen
Lesley Ramsey "Pete" Allen, 71, of Amarillo, died Friday,
March 3, 2000.
Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday in Rector Funeral Home Chapel, 2800 S. Osage St., with Bill Conn, pastor of Scio Baptist Church of Scio, Ore., and Terry Foster, pastor of Greenwood, Ind., officiating. Burial will be in Llano East Cemetery.
Mr. Allen was born in Dickens County and had lived in Amarillo for most of his life. In 1990, he retired after owning and operating Pete's Construction. He was a member of Grace Community Church.
He married Esther Christmas in 1960 at Amarillo.
Survivors include his wife; four daughters, Jenny Kelley of Hillsboro, Debbie Foster of Greenwood, Kathy Inman of Elizabeth, Colo., and Cindy Conn of Jefferson, Ore.; two sons, James Allen of Arlington and Marc Allen of Amarillo; two brothers, Borden Allen of Tucumcari, N.M., and O. D. Allen of Amarillo; two sisters, Blanche Hobson of Spur and
Lillian Lee of Amarillo; and 12 grandchildren.
Viewing will from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m. today at the funeral home.
The family suggests memorials be to Baptist St. Anthony Hospice.
Amarillo Sunday News-Globe March 5, 2000
Zoe Milhoan Inman
CLAUDE - Zoe Milhoan Inman, 85, died Saturday, April 22, 2000.
Memorial services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in First Baptist Church with Dr. Gerald Aalbers, pastor, officiating. Arrangements are by Robertson Funeral Directors of Clarendon.
Mrs. Inman was born in White Deer and reared in Wildorado. She graduated from high school in 1932. She married Fred A. Inman in 1938 at Lubbock and they farmed together at Hereford for 34 years. She moved to Claude in 1972. She was a nurse for 17 years and a private care-giver in Groom, Panhandle, Pampa, and Claude before retiring at age 78. She was a member of First Baptist Church in Hereford.
Survivors include three daughters, Dora Ruth Gilley of Azle, and Freda Jean Daughtery and Margaret Gilmore, both of Broken Bow, Okla.; a son, Dwight Chester Inman of Odessa; two sisters, Mary Cade of Post and Louella Hayes of Amarillo; a brother, Charles Milhoan of Monroe, La.; 14 grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren.
The family suggests memorials in lieu of flowers be to Boys Ranch, 600 W. 11th Avenue, Amarillo, TX 79101.
Amarillo Daily News, April 25, 2000
Zelda Mae Inman
Zelda Mae Inman, 92, of Amarillo, died Thursday, April 27, 2000.
Graveside services were at 10 a.m. Saturday in Memorial Park Cemetery with the Rev. Bill Fitzgerald officiating. Arrangements were by Memorial Park Funeral Home, 6969 E. Interstate 40.
Mrs. Inman was born in Okfuskee County, Oklahoma. She moved to Amarillo in 1936 from Deaf Smith County. She was a homemaker and a member of San Jacinto United Methodist Church.
She married Charles S. Inman in 1926. He died in 1993.
Survivors include two daughters, Charlene Baker of Kingwood and Teresa Berg of Meadowview, Va.; three sons, Harold R. Inman of Alto, N.M., and Robert Inman and Larry Inman, both of Houston; 17 grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren.
Amarillo Sunday News-Globe April 30, 2000
BALLINGER - Arva (A. J.) Inman, 72, 4 p.m. at Davis Morris Funeral Home Chapel, buried in Moro Cemetery in Brown County.
Abilene Reporter-News, April 30, 2000
Vesta Lee Jones
Vesta Lee Jones, 93, of Denton, passed away Saturday, June 17, 2000, at Denton Nursing Center.
She was born in Aubrey on Dec. 18, 1906, to L. Z. and Fannie Elizabeth (Hayden) Wilson. She married Leroy "Dick'' Jones in Denton on Jan. 30, 1926. He passed away Dec. 26, 1974.
Vesta was a homemaker and a member of the Old Alton Baptist Church.
She is survived by daughters, Shirley and husband Bob Dixon of Denton and Helen Inmon of Lewisville; sister, Ollie B. Myers of The Colony; brother, L. Z. Wilson Jr. of California; five grandchildren, Gerald Inmon, Jackie Fleenor, Cheryl Inmon, Jo Jackson and Jana Anderson; 10 great-grandchildren.
Services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 20, in the chapel of Mulkey-Mason Funeral Home. The Rev. Cliff Feeler will officiate. Burial will be in Roselawn Memorial Park.
William D. Benton
Funeral services for William D. Benton, 81, of Reese were held at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 10, in the Thompson Funeral Home Chapel in Frankston with Rev. Bill Benton and Rev. Craig Carter officiating.
Burial was in the Reese Cemetery.
Mr. Benton died Wednesday, June 7, in a Jacksonville hospital.
He was born July 13, 1918 in Douglas, Ariz.
Mr. Benton was a retired farmer and charter member of the Lighthouse Baptist Church in Frankston.
Survivors include his wife, Billie Sue Benton of Reese; sons, Bill Benton and Tom Benton, both of Reese; a daughter, Lestie Inman of Arlington; four grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers were Desman Wells, Ed Landry Sr., Ed Landry Jr., Jeff Carter, John Cleveland and Charlie Bettge.
The Frankston Citizen June, 2000
Christine Anne Inman Lewis
GORMAN Christine Anne Inman Lewis, 31, died Monday, July 3,
2000, in an Abilene hospital.
Services are 6 p.m. Friday at the First Fruits Ministries in Gorman with Dan Gressett officiating. Burial was July 4 in the Gorman Cemetery, directed by Higginbotham Funeral Home.
Mrs. Lewis was a homemaker and a member of First Fruits Ministries. She had lived in the Gorman area the past two or three years.
Survivors include three daughters, Elizabeth Rose Lewis, Jennifer Lynn Lewis, Kimberly Rae Lewis, all of DeLeon; her mother, Antoinett Inman of Mansfield; two sisters, Jennifer Inman of Jackson, Tenn., Rebecca Inman of Tyler; grandparents, Bill and Mary Inman of Lamar, Mo.; several aunts and uncles.
Abilene Reporters-News online 7/6/2000
GORMAN Christine Anne Inman Lewis, 31, 6 p.m. Friday at the First Fruits Ministries in Gorman; burial is 3 p.m. in the Gorman Cemetery, directed by Higginbotham Funeral Home.
Source: Abilene Reporter - News, July 7, 2000
B. B. 'Bob' Inman
B. B. "Bob" Inman, 83, a resident of Wichita Falls since 1996, died Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2000 in the local hospice center.
Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 2, 2000, at Owens & Brumley Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Tommy Free and the Rev. Jim Montgomery of Westside Baptist Church officiating. Burial will be in Clovis, Calif., Cemetery.
Mr. Inman was born on Sept. 13, 1916, in Corsicana, Texas. He attended Westside Baptist Church. He served with the U.S. Air Force during World War II with a lot of his tour in Iwo Jima. He was a retired machinist.
Survivors include his wife, Helen Inman of Wichita Falls; a son, Robert Inman of Wichita Falls; a daughter, Bonnie Dee Bennett of Burlington, Iowa; three stepdaughters, Sue McCoy of Tulsa, Okla., Gerry Harris of Neosho, Mo., and Carol
Dartez of Carthage, Texas; four sisters, Anna Mae Young of Fayetteville, Ark., Nina Maude Hardin of Plainview, Texas, Sammie Lene Bellis of Fort Worth and Nelle Frances Prakel of Fresno, Calif.; several grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
The family will be at the funeral home from 7:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. Friday evening.
The family requests memorials be made to Hospice of Wichita Falls or the American Heart Association.
Times Record News online
Mildred B. Hash
Sherman - Mildred Marie Banks Hash, 81, of Sherman, died Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2000, at Wilson N. Jones Memorial Hospital in Sherman.
Services will be at 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 1, 2000, in the chapel of Waldo Funeral Home in Sherman. The Rev. Allan W. Snider of Key Memorial United Methodist Church will officiate. Burial will be in Roselawn Cemetery in Denton.
She was born Sept. 12, 1918, in Dorchester, Texas, to Ritta Lucinda Cook and William Riley Banks III. She attended Dorchester and Sherman schools and married Harold Woodrow Wilson on March 9, 1942, in Durant, Okla.
Mrs. Hash lived in Denton for almost 45 years before moving to Sherman in 1990. She was a longtime member of Asbury Methodist Church in Denton before transferring her membership to Key Memorial Methodist Church in Sherman in 1990.
Survivors include a daughter and son-in-law, Shari Sue and Howard Lynn Christie of Garland; two granddaughters, Emily Lauren Christie and Sarah Elizabeth Christie, both of Garland; three sisters, Viola Ann Hoover of Lynchburg, Va., and Lois Evelyn Inman and Jean Adamson, both of Sherman. She is preceded in death by her parents; husband, a son, Harold Dallas Hash; three brothers, Jessie Ray Banks, John Melvin Banks, and J.B. Banks; and a sister, Minnie Mae Hall.
Denton Record-Chronicle, Aug. 31, 2000
Thomas O. Inman
ODESSA Thomas O. Inman, 79, of Odessa, a retired contract welder, died Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2000, at Avalon Place Nursing Home.
Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Hubbard-Kelly Chapel with the Rev. Dr. Ernest Easley officiating. Burial will be at Sunset Memorial Gardens.
Arrangements by Hubbard-Kelly Funeral Home.
He was born in Oil City, La., and had been a resident of Odessa since 1957. He was an Air Force veteran of World War II.
SURVIVORS: Daughters, Jan Hensley of Odessa, Linda Mitchell of Stephenville and Billie Galvin of San Antonio; five grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Odessa American online - 9/14/2000
Thomas O. Inman, 79, of Odessa, passed away Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2000, in Odessa after a lengthy illness.
He was born July 16, 1921, in Oil City, La., to John O. and Minnie Windmann Inman. While serving in the Army Air Corp during World War II, he married Jo Laverne Hyde in 1943. In 1957, they moved to Odessa, where he worked as a welder in the oil industry until his retirement in 1989. They resided in the same neighborhood for over 40 years. Mr. lnman was a member of Fellowship Masonic Lodge No. 1385. He was an avid Dallas Cowboys fan and relished their five Super Bowl titles. His entire life was devoted to his loving wife and three daughters.
Thomas was preceded in death by his wife, Jo Laverne Inman, in 1993.
He is survived by his three daughters, Linda Mitchell and her husband, Dudley, of Stephenville, Jan Hensley and her husband, Larry, of Odessa and Billie Jo Galvin and her husband, Don, of San Antonio; five grandchildren, Natalie Nance (Harlan) of Stephenville, Nicole Mitchell of Stephenville, Melissa Hensley of Houston, Jason Bell of San Antonio and Jessica Bell of San Antonio; and two great-grandchildren, Justin and Jalynn Nance.
Mr. Inmans family would like to express their sincere appreciation to all of his neighborhood friends for their kindness and support throughout the years.
Public visitation will be held from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. today at the Hubbard-Kelly Funeral Home with the family to receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. today.
Funeral services are scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 16, 2000, at the Hubbard-Kelly Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Dr. Ernest Easley officiating. Interment will follow at Sunset Memorial Gardens under the direction of Hubbard-Kelly Funeral Home.
The family suggests memorial contributions be made to Home Hospice of Odessa, 516 N. Texas, Odessa, Texas, 79761.
Services are entrusted to Hubbard-Kelly Funeral Home.
Odessa American online - 9/15/2000
Norman C. Jack Jutson June 6, 1928 Sept. 25, 2000
FLORENCE, Texas Services for Norman C. Jack Jutson, 72, of Florence are set for 2 p.m. Thursday at Heartfield Funeral Home in Hearne. The Rev. Eddie Mayo of Elliott Baptist Church will officiate. Burial will be at Martins Prairie Cemetery near Bryan.
Visitation will be from 8 a.m. until service time at the funeral home.
Mr. Jutson died Monday at Georgetown Hospital.
He was born in Navasota. He had been a maintenance man for an apartment complex. He served in the United States Army. He was a member of the Five Points Baptist Church near Hearne.
Survivors include his wife, Betty Sue Smitherman Jutson of Florence; a son and daughter-in-law, Norman C. Jacky and Holly Jutson of Bryan; two stepsons and daughters-in-law, Phillip and Linda Fann of Frankston, Texas, and Larry and Anna Maria Fann of Liberty Hill, Texas; two daughters and sons-in-law, Karen and James Holley of El Dorado, Texas, and Janet and Rick Smalley of College Station; a brother, Vernon Jutson of Hearne;
three sisters and a brother-in-law, Barbara Sloan of College Station, Audrey and Eugene Inman of Angelton, Texas, and Lillian Ruth Price of Millican; numerous nieces and nephews, and eight grandchildren.
The Bryan/College Station Eagle
Lillian O. Jones
FRIONA - Lillian O. "Crow" Jones, 91, died Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2000.
Services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in First Baptist Church with the Rev. Geary Brogden of Albuquerque, N.M., and the Rev. Don Boren officiating. Burial will be in Friona Cemetery by
Ellis-Blackwell Funeral Home.
Mrs. Jones was born in Brown County and was a longtime resident of Friona. She was a sales clerk at Crows Meat Co. and Housers Grocery.
She was a member of First Baptist Church.
She married W. H. "Shorty" Jones in 1939 at Clovis, N.M. He died in 1973. She also was preceded in death by two sons, Dewayne Cleveland in 1992 and Charles Jones in 1995.
Survivors include two sons, Roy L. Jones of Elkins and W. L. "Dub" Cleveland of Friona; two daughters, Doris Allison of Eugene, Ore., and Raye Jena London of Friona; and three
sisters, Dophine Betzen and Sue Inmon, both of Hereford and Jewell Robason of Friona.
Amarillo Daily News, Oct. 18, 2000
Jack Kinser, 83, of Olney died Saturday, Oct. 21, 2000, in Olney.
Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Newcastle Cemetery with Scotte Clark, minister of Hamilton Street Church of Christ, officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Lunn Funeral Home.
Mr. Kinser was a farmer and a veteran of the U.S. Army, serving in Japan during WWII.
Survivors include his wife, Margie of Olney; a son, Pete of Oak Hills, Calif.; two brothers, Claude of Graham and Aud "Red" of Tulia; two sisters, Bessie Inmon of Diboll and Lois Clayton of Graham; six grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.
Times Record News
ODESSA Sue Carol Inmon, 65, of Odessa, a homemaker, died Thursday, Nov. 2, 2000, at Medical Center Hospital.
Services will be at 11 a.m. today at Sunset Memorial Chapel with Burt Groves officiating. Burial will be at Sunset Memorial Gardens. Arrangements by Sunset Memorial Funeral Home.
She was born in Rotan and moved to Odessa from Amarillo in 1951. She was a member of the Church of Christ.
SURVIVORS: Husband, Ronald G. Inmon of Odessa; daughters, Dorinda Martin and Karla Ferguson, both of Odessa, and Rebecca Inmon of Grand Prairie; brother, Jim F. Odom Jr. of Jasper; sister, Dorothy Rossi of Mira Loma, Calif.; two grandchildren; and a great-grandchild.
Edna Marie Inman
Edna Marie Inman, a resident of Fremont County for 53 years, died Thursday, Nov 2, 2000, at her home at the age of 90. Services for Mrs. Inman are 10 a.m. Monday, Nov 6, at the Davis Funeral Home. The Rev. Earl Detwiler officiates. Burial is at Mountain View Cemetery.
Edna Marie Kier was born Aug 29, 1910, at Stanberry, Mo., the daughter of Maybell (Bugh) Kier and Floyd T. Kier. She married Leon Spencer Inman on Dec 16, 1928 in Stockville, Neb. They lived at Seneca and North Platte, Neb. before moving to the Arapahoe area in 1947. Riverton became their home in 1950. She worked as a waitress for many years and was a life member of the VFW Auxiliary.
Edna Inman was preceded in death by her husband, Leon, in 1981; a son, Marlon Inman; a baby daughter, Patricia; her parents; three brothers, Earl, Ed and Dick Kier; and one sister, Margaret Weber.
Survivors are two sons, George and his wife Ellen of Riverton, and Dennis and his wife Ruby of Elko, Nev.; two daughters, Donita Pickinpaugh and her husband Neal of Riverton and Sheryl Winkler and her husband Roy of Greybull; 21 grandchildren, 47 great grandchildren and one great-great granddaughter, Kaitlin of Casper.
November 5, 2000 - Riverton Ranger
Rebecca G. de Martinez
EDROY - Rebecca Garza de Martinez, a homemaker, died Nov. 27, 2000. She was 73.
Survivors include her husband, Santos; three sons, Santos Martinez of Beeville, Seferino Martinez of McAllen and Samuel Martinez of San Antonio; two daughters, Esperanza Inmon of Corpus Christi and Elizabeth Willis of Yukon, Okla.; and nine grandchildren.
Prayer service will be at 7 p.m. Nov. 28 at Dobie Funeral Home. Services will be at 2 p.m. Nov. 29 at Primera Iglesia Baptist Church. Burial will be in Mathis.
Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Connie Inman, 86, of Bryan died Wednesday. Arrangements are pending with Hillier Funeral Home.
The Bryan-College Station Eagle - 01/04/01
Former Vernon resident Clois G. Inmon, 77, died Jan.20, 2001, in Portland, Ore.
Graveside funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Wilbarger Memorial Park with the Rev. Jack Gilliland, pastor of Second Baptist Church, officiating. Arrangements are under direction of Sullivan Funeral Home.
Inmon was born Oct.16, 1923, in Vernon, a son of the late Luther and Ethel Davison Inmon. He attended Vernon schools and served in the U.S. Army in Europe during World War II. He was a retired employee of a tire recapping company.
He married Nita Dannialle in 1990.
Surviving are his wife, of Tigard, Ore.; six children, Genice Crain of Modesto, Calif., Vickie Weathers of Tigard, Ore., Lana Louder and Terrie Petterson of Spokane, Wash., Kelba Inmon of North Dakota and Quencie Inmon of Tigard, Ore.; a brother, Dwayne Inmon of Pampa; a sister, Doris Schwarz of Vernon; eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by two sisters, Vivian Anderson and Lorene Haxton, and a grandchild.
Vernon (TX) Daily Record
Services for Dorothy Miller, 79, of Lamesa were held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at First Baptist Church with the Rev. Dennis Teeters officiating. Burial was in Lamesa Cemetery under direction of Branon Funeral Home. Miller died Monday, Feb. 19, 2001. She was born on Oct. 27, 1921 in Lamesa. She married Speck Miller on Mar. 5, 1941 in Lamesa. He died on Dec. 5, 1980. She served as County Judge of Lamesa for 30 years, holding the state record for longest tenure as municipal judge. She also worked for local attorney Stansell Clement. She was a life-long resident of Lamesa and was a member of First Baptist Church for 75 years. Survivors include a son, Robert of Fort Worth; two daughters, Linda McMillan and Lynn O'Brien both of Lamesa; a brother, E. B. Inman, Jr. of Lamesa; nine grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren.
Lamesa Press-Reporter, Lamesa, Texas, Wed., Feb. 21, 2001
Services for Jean Inmon of Temple will be at 10 a.m. Monday at
Bellwood Memorial Park in Temple with the Rev. Wilson Keenan officiating.
Mrs. Inmon died Friday, Feb. 23.
She married Dr. Thomas Inmon in 1944 and they moved to Temple in 1963. Dr. Inmon worked at Scott and white Memorial hospital and Mrs. Inmon was a homemaker.
Her husband preceded her in death on Sept. 21, 1984.
Survivors are two sons, John and James Inmon; a daughter, Jeanette Inmon Miller; a brother, Jack Wilcox of Colorado; a sister Annette Wilcox Aumann of Colorado; and five grandchildren.
The family requests that in lieu of flowers, donations can be made to American Heart Association, American Cancer Society, or American Lung Association.
Harper-Talasek Funeral Home in Temple is in charge of arrangements.
Temple Daily Telegram - February 25, 2001
Jean Inmon, beloved wife, mother, sister, aunt, and friend, left
this earth on the afternoon of February 23rd, 2001. Her daughter, Jeanie Inmon Miller, her
two sons, John and Jim Inmon, her son-in-law Ron Miller, her daughter-in-law Kay Inmon,
and future daughter-in-law, Delvie McDannell honored her transition. Her five
grandchildren, (Chris, Kim, and Kelli Miller, Kenny Inmon, and Jason and Jesse Inmon)
blessed her continuation, as did her brother and sister-in-law Jack and Jackie Wilcox, and
sister Annette Wilcox Aumann.
Jean Inmon and Dr. Thomas W. Inmon joined their lives in 1944. Dr. Inmon served as a Colonel in the Army Medical Corps for 20 years. During Tom's military career, Jean created comfortable homes for her family in several states and in Europe. Her third son, Jim, was born the day before Tom left the United States to be stationed as a MASH unit commander during the Korean conflict. Jean stayed behind to raise a newborn son and two preschoolers.
Dr. Inmon joined the staff of Scott and White in 1965, after his retirement from the Army, and Jean continued her career as homemaker, mother, and budding artist.
Her love of the true and natural began in Denver, where she was born, and flourished in the Rocky Mountains, as a student of the University of Colorado, and at her summer cabin in Buffalo Creek, Colorado.
She contributed to the world of Arts and Humanities through her talents, and supported Hill County Arts foundation and the Bell County Fine Arts Group. She exhibited her art in various galleries, including Scott and White Hospital.
Jean also worked for several years as a volunteer Yellow Bird at Scott and White.
She had an adventurous spirit and loved to travel, as she marveled at the beauty in God's great creations.
Her loving wisdom is reflected in her nieces and nephews, Amy Borque and Paul Wilcox, Chris and Tyler Waite, Sara Johnson, Laurie Armstrong, Kathy Carlson, Kristen Field, Karen Zelan, and their families.
Her gentle, guiding spirit is now a part of the lives of the friends and family she held so dear.
Temple Daily Telegram - March 2, 2001
Richard James (Ricky) Peterson, 46, died Tuesday, March 6, 2001 at his
Vernon residence following a lengthy illness.
Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Friday at Second Baptist Church with the Rev. Jack Gilliland and Dennis Fenter officiating. Interment will be in Wilbarger Memorial Park under direction of Sullivan Funeral Home.
Peterson was born May 17, 1954, in Vernon, a son of Gloria Rushing Peterson Parkhill and the late Jack Peterson. He married Brenda Carter on Oct 26, 1974, in Vernon. A graduate of Vernon High School, he was a former employee of Coy's Discount Foods and a member of Second Baptist Church. Surviving are his wife; two sons, Toby Peterson and Kyle Peterson, both of Vernon; his mother, of Vernon; a brother, Pat Peterson of Grapevine; and a sister, Gayle Johnson of Amarillo.
Visitation will be from 5 to 6 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home.
Memorials may be made to Second Baptist Church or a favorite charity.
Vernon (TX) Daily Record
Winnie Wilhelmenia Inmon
ABILENE - Winnie Wilhelmenia Fraser Inmon, 91, formerly of Plainview, died Thursday, April 26, 2001, in Abilene.
Services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday in Elliott-Hamil Funeral Home Chapel of Memories. Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. Monday in Evergreen Cemetery in Paris.
Mrs. Inmon was a rancher and homemaker. She spent 30 years in Lamar County before returning to Hale County.
Survivors include a son, Ernest Clay Inmon Jr.; two daughters, Nancy Jane McVay and Molly Jean Huffman; six grandchildren; and three great-grandsons.
The family suggests memorials be to Cal Farley's Boys Ranch, P.O. Box 1890, Amarillo, TX 79105-9985.
Amarillo Globe-News, May 10, 2001
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bernhardt of Victoria announce the engagement of their daughter, Sally Ann Bernhardt of New York, to Todd Rider Fonner of New York, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fonner of Weston, Vt.
The couple will marry at 4:30 p.m. on Aug. 4 at Christ's Church in Rye, N.Y.
Sally is a 1982 graduate of Victoria High School and a 1986 graduate of Texas Christian University with a bachelor's degree in fine arts. She is employed by Carbone Smolan Agency in New York City.
Todd is a 1988 graduate of Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vt., with a bachelor of arts degree. He is also a graduate of the University of Chicago's Graduate School of Business with a master of business administration degree in finance. He is the vice president of Centre Group in New York.
The Victoria Advocate Online, Sunday June 03, 2001
Leonard H. Inman Jr.
March 7, 1934 June 18, 2001
A graveside service for Leonard H. Inman, Jr., 67, of Bryan and formerly of Jacksonville, Fla. is set for 11 a.m. Friday at Smetana Cemetery.
The Rev. Charles R. Mason will officiate.
Visiting hours will be from 6 to 8 p.m. at Hillier Funeral Home of Bryan.
Mr. Inman died Monday in St. Joseph Rehabilitation Center.
He was an Air Force veteran and was retired from Ryder Truck Line.
He is survived by his wife, Mary Inman of Bryan; three brothers, Rudolph Inman and Calvin Inman, both of Jacksonville, Fla., and Warren Inman of South Carolina; five sisters, Sylvia Newton of Starke, Fla., Marcelle Phillips and Lola Mae Jay, both of Jacksonville, Fla., Winifred Crosby of Orange Park, Fla. and Barbara Berger of Spring.
The Bryan-College Station Eagle Online - 6/21/2001
S. Montford "Monty" Inman (pictured included)
S. MONTFORD (MONTY) INMAN met the Lord, whom he served faithfully as
a Baptist minister for over sixty-five years, on January 2, 2002. Rev. Inman preached his
first sermon at the Star of Hope Mission on Fannin Street in Houston when he was a
teenager. He later said, "My text was, 'Jesus, the light of the world,' and I hadn't
been preaching three minutes until we were all in total darkness." Monty Inman was
ordained as a minister at First Baptist Church in Houston on July 25, 1934. While
attending Baylor University he served as pastor at Gena, Texas, Tennessee Valley, Texas
(now under Lake Belton) and Oenaville, Texas. Upon graduation from Baylor he was called to
Third Baptist Church in Houston. When Monty Inman began his ministerial career he asked
the Lord to use him in smaller churches rather than larger ones. He once remarked that he
thanked the Lord for taking him at his word. During his years as a minister he served as
pastor in El Campo, Freer, Iago, Balmorhea, and Fort Davis, Texas. In 1999 he came full
circle to serve again at Third Baptist Church in Houston where he was elected Pastor
Emeritus. In addition to his work in the ministry, Rev. Inman worked with troubled youths
for over twenty years, first as a juvenile probation officer for Harris County and later
in various positions for the State of Texas. He retired from the state in 1979. He was a
past President of the Texas Probation and Parole Association. For the last ten years, he
served as a volunteer Chaplain at Saint Luke's Hospital, completing over three thousand
hours of volunteer work and visiting over 25,000 patients. Rev. Inman was a native
Houstonian, born at the old Memorial Hospital to Alma Reeves Inman and Stuart Montford
Inman on January 28, 1913. He is survived by his wife, Sylvia Inman; his children: Jeanine
Inman Macey of Livingston, Texas; Norma Sue Inman Schmelling of Bandera, Texas; Stuart
Montford Inman, III, of Houston, Texas; and Travis Binford Inman of N. Hollywood,
California; grandson, Michael Macey of Greene, Maine and great grandchildren, Joshua and
Montanna Macey. Rev. Inman graduated from the old Sam Houston High School in 1930. He
worked his way through Baylor University during the depression graduating in 1936. While
at Baylor he was elected to the National Social Science Honor Society, Pi Gamma Mu. He
Masters in Social Work from Sam Houston University and was elected to Alpha Kappa Delta, the National Sociology Honor Society. He was a member of the Baylor Heritage Club and South Main Baptist Church of Houston. The family wishes to acknowledge and thank: Corum Health Care, The Heart Failure Clinic, The Heart Institute, the cardiology staff at St. Luke's Hospital, Professional Home Care Staff. Special thanks go to nurse, Becky Livingston, neighbors Susan and Peter Dobrolski , and sister-in-law Barbara Farley. The family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m., Friday, at Forest Park Lawndale Funeral Home. A memorial service will be held 1:00 p.m., Saturday, January 5th, South Main Baptist Church of Houston, 4100 Main, with private burial at Forest Park Lawndale Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Baylor University Ministerial Scholarship Fund, The Heart Institute at St. Luke's Hospital, American Heart Association or the charity of choice. "His lord said unto him, Well done, thou good and faithful servant: thou hast been faithful over a few things, I will make thee ruler over many things: enter thou into the joy of thy lord." Matthew 25:21
Published in the Houston Chronicle on 1/3/2002.
Funeral services for Eugene Vernon Inman, 86, will be held at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, July 23, 2002 at the Wilkins Street Church of Christ in Angleton with Leland Rodgers and Billy Mack officiating. Burial will follow in the Angleton Cemetery.
Visitation will be held from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday, July 22, 2002 at Palms Funeral Home.
Mr. Inman, a 51-year resident of Angleton, was born June 9, 1916 in Winters, TX to Samuel Shelton and Gertrude Turner Inman and passed away Friday, July 19, 2002 in Houston, TX.
His first love was his church; he was a member of the Hospital Auxiliary and American Legion.
Mr. Inman was preceded in death by his first wife, Gladyne, and parents. He is survived by his wife of 18 years, Audrey Inman of Angleton; son, Charlie Barker of Angleton; daughters, Penny Inman Adams of Spring, Peggy Brooks of New Braunfels, Charlotte Wollam of Angleton; brother, Samuel Inman of Round
Rock; grandchildren, Callie Adams, Seth Barker, Lori Hawkins, Karyn Herron, Darrin Gundy, Rodney Gundy, Jay Brooks, Monica Brooks, Stephanie Wollam, Charles Wollam and 11 great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers will be Charles Wollam, Darrin Gundy, Rodney Gundy, Seth Barker, Oliver Bodden and Guy Lewis. Honorary pallbearers will be the Elders and Deacons of Wilkins Street Church of Christ in Angleton.
Arrangements by Palms Funeral Home, Angleton, Texas.
Howard J. Bernhardt
Howard J. Bernhardt, 72, of Victoria, died Thursday, Aug. 8, 2002.
He was born Aug. 15, 1929, in Port Arthur, to the late Julius E. and Louise Gest Bernhardt. He was a retired chemical engineer for Dupont and had served in the U. S. Army during the Korean War. He was a member of St. Francis Episcopal Church.
Survivors: wife, Martha Booth Bernhardt; daughters, Grace E. Bernhardt of Corpus Christi, Louise B. Samuelson of Nairobi, Kenya, and Sally Fonner of Bermuda; sisters, Dorothy B. Brown of Port Arthur and Mary Helen Boening of Houston; brothers, Kenneth W. Bernhardt of Clear Lake and Laurence J. Bernhardt of Elgin; and six grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held 11 a.m. Wednesday at St. Francis Episcopal Church, the Rev. Johnathan Folts officiating. Colonial Funeral Home, Victoria, 361-578-3535.
Memorials: St. Francis Episcopal Church or donor's choice.
Source: Victoria Advocate, Monday, August 12, 2002 - 9A
November 6, 2003
Phleiteous O'Steen, 93, went to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Sunday, Nov. 2, 2003, in Granbury, Texas. She leaves behind many loving family members and friends.
Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2003, at Buffalo Springs Cemetery, Buffalo Springs, Texas, with Pastor Donna Carter officiating. Arrangements are entrusted to Hampton Vaughan Funeral Home.
Phleiteous was born on Jan. 23, 1910, in Cobb, Texas, located in Clay County near Buffalo Springs, Texas. She was later known to her friends as "Johnnie." She was the mother of one daughter, and was a beautician for many years.
She was preceded in death by her husband Marcus Jay Hudson in 1990; her parents George and Lillie Inman; brothers, A.L. "Hoss" Inman, Louie Inman, and Dewey Inman; sisters-in-law, Blanche Inman and Dolly Inman; nephew, Jimmy Inman; great-nieces, Robin Fabus, Paula and Donna Williams.
Survivors include her daughter, Joan Combs of Granbury, Texas; grandsons, Robert, Jeffery and Jimmy Moore of Granbury, Texas; great-granddaughter, Sarah Marie Moore; nephews, Jerry Inman of Wichita Falls and David Inman of Las Vegas, Nev.; nieces, Maxine Collins of Wichita Falls, Jean Crawford and Lavon Williams of Bristow, Okla. and Cynthia Inman of Las Vegas, Nev.
Also special to her were great-nephews, Shane, Chuck and Curtis Withrow, Mike Davis, Clay, Clint, Shane, and Dustin Collins. Others are LaVon Williams' daughters, Debbie and Gina; sons of Jerry Inman, Arthur, Ty and Reese, and his daughters Summer, Lara and Leigh; and Jimmy Inman's daughters, Janie and Jana, and son John Inman; cousin, Helen Richardson of Wichita Falls; special life long friend Mildred Rott of Lewisville, Ky., and numerous other friends and family members.
Special thanks to Debra Humphrey who helped care for her during her stay at Arbor House in Wichita Falls and to the Granbury Villa Nursing Staff for taking such wonderful care.
Judith Inman, 56, passed away Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2003, in the care and comfort of Good Shepherd Medical Center in Longview. Judith was a member of Mobberly Baptist Church.
Survivors include her mother, Mary Montgomery; a son, Phillip Inman; and a brother, Roy Alan Montgomery. Surviving grandchildren include Phillip Gershom, Charity Ann Inman, Angela Inman, Jericho Inman and Raina Inman. Other survivors include her extended family.
Visitation is 5-7 p.m. today, Dec. 5, at Lakeview Funeral Home in Longview. Services are set for 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 6, in Lakeview Funeral Home Chapel. Interment will be in Lakeview Memorial Gardens.
Longview News-Journal (Dec/6/2003)
Mary Pauline Inman
Mary Pauline Inman, 81, passed away December 7, 2003, in Lufkin, Texas. She had resided in Apple Springs, Texas over the last few years.
Mrs. Inman was born November 29, 1922 in Apple Springs to Dr. R. M. and Bessie Johnston. Funeral services will be at 1:00 p.m. Wednesday, December 10, 2003 in the Carroway-Claybar Funeral Home Chapel. Interment will follow in Ryan Chapel Cemetery. She was a homemaker and of the Baptist faith.
Pauline is survived by her daughter and son in law, Ann and Jack Richardson of Midfield, Texas; son and daughter in law, Marshall and Janet Richardson of Midfield, Texas; 5 grandchildren, Jamie Silva, Lisa Langhorn, John (Fabacher) Silva, Amy Richardson and Cody Richardson; 2 great grandchildren, Jenna Langhorn and Shawn Silva; sister, Juanita Ferguson of Apple Springs; a number of nieces and nephews; and special friend, W. D. Windsor.
She was preceded in death by her brothers, Claude, Elmer, and Lloyd Johnston, and sisters, Margie Vance and Margaret Linney.
Pallbearers include Jacob Frick, David Daniels, Bill Duke, Cody Richardson, C. L. Lawson and Vernon Reynolds.
Honorary pallbearers are David Joe Woodson, Earl Foster, Scott King and Justin Martinez.
Memorials may be made to Hospice in the Pines, 116 S. Raguet, Lufkin, Texas 75904.
Carroway-Claybar Funeral Home, Lufkin, directors.
The Lufkin Daily News, (Dec/12/2003)
Mabel Ann Inman
HENRIETTA - Mabel Ann Inman, age 67, of Henrietta passed away Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2003, in Wichita Falls.
Funeral services will be at 10 a.m., Saturday Jan. 3, 2004, at Calvary Baptist Church in Wichita Falls with the Rev. Danny Hodgkins officiating. Burial will be in Hope Cemetery in Henrietta under the direction of Davis Funeral Home.
Mrs. Inman was born on Aug. 22, 1936, to the late Wriley and Mary (Campbell) Rambeaut in Lillington, N.C. She married Donald Inman on April 4, 1953, in Benitsville, S.C. Mabel was a Baptist and a member Calvary Baptist Church. She had lived in Henrietta since 1970. A beloved wife and mother, Mabel enjoyed cooking, sewing, fishing, camping, gardening, and spending time with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Mrs. Inman was preceded in death by her brothers, Bob, Walter, and Rufus Rambeaut; and by her precious daughter, Bonnie Elaine Barnard who passed away in July 2001.
Survivors include her husband of over 50 years, Don of the home; two sons, Nick Inman and wife, Jan, of Lakeside City and William Inman and wife, Tammy, of Wichita Falls; four grandchildren, Chris Inman and wife, Erin, of Hanover, Pa., Joshua Inman and wife, Shannon, of Leavenworth, Kan., Kimberly Lonjin and husband, Kurt, of Wichita Falls, and Michael Barnard and wife, Crystal, of Wichita Falls; three brothers, Eugene Rambeaut and wife, Edna, of Broadway, N.C., Lewis Rambeaut and wife, Dorothy, of Graham, N.C., and Willis Rambeaut and wife, Barbara, of Raleigh, N.C.; three sisters Mary Bender, of Wake Forest, N.C., Martha Britt and husband, Linwood, of Raleigh, N.C., and Rachel Fulcher and husband, Albert, of Moorehead City, N.C.; four great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.
Visitation will be from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Friday night Jan. 2, 2004, at the Davis Funeral Home, Henrietta.
Times Record News - January 2, 2004
Hazel Marie Kiblinger Inman
Hazel Marie Kiblinger Inman of Bon Wier, Texas passed away on Tuesday, Janaury 6, 2004 at Christus St. Elizabeth Hospital in Jasper, Texas. Funeral services will be held on Friday, January 9, 2004 at 10:00 a.m. at the First Baptist Church in Bon Wier, Texas with burial to follow with graveside services at 1:00 pm at Doyle Cemetery in Starks, LA. under the direction of Smith Funeral Home in Newton, Texas. The Rev. Mike Jones will officiate. Visitation will b at the funeral home on Thursday, January 8, 2004 beginning at 5:00 pm Serving as pallbearers will be Charles Hughes, Tim Wray, Johnny Gilbert, Dennis Inman, Matthew Inman and Tommy Wray. She was a native of Starks, LA and was a lifelong resident of Bon Wier. She was a homemaker. She is survived by her husband, Ike Inman of Bon Wier, Texas; her sister, Elaine Young of Alief, Texas, a niece, Fay O'Pry Martel of Nome, Texas and several nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews. Smith Funeral Home Drawer R Newton, Texas 75966 (409)379-5041
Beaumont Enterprise (Jan/29/2004)
MARY LEWIS INMAN
Funeral service for Mary Lewis Inman, 88, of Lubbock will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 28, in Johnson's Funeral Home Chapel in San Angelo, Texas, with William E. Young of Abilene officiating. Burial will follow in Lawnhaven Memorial Gardens.
Mrs. Inman passed away Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2004, in Promiseland Care Center. Mary had been a resident there for two years and considered it her home.
She was born on Oct. 11, 1915, in Kosse, Texas, to Albert and Maude Lewis. After graduating from Texas State College for Women, she married M. B. Inman on July 10, 1943, in San Angelo, Texas. San Angelo was the center of their lives, although they served abroad in various consulting capacities from 1966 to 1980. They had opportunities to contribute to the societies of people in the Middle East, Southeast Asia, Africa and the Caribbean.
Mary was always teaching; sometimes it was basics to first graders, or home demonstrations of shopping skills to homemakers and sometimes cooking and food preparation to other cultures. She loved to entertain and lived her life according to Proverbs 31. She was a member of Johnson Street Church of Christ in San Angelo.
Mary was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; her daughter, Mary Frances Inman-Pool; a brother, Brady Lewis; and a sister, Frances Lewis.
She is survived by a brother, Brooks Lewis of Abilene, Texas; her son, Bob Inman of Lubbock; and two grandsons, Cameron Inman of Irving, Texas, and Tim Inman of San Angelo.
We will miss her gracious smile and sweet spirit.
The family suggests memorials be made to West Texas Rehabilitation Center, San Angelo, Texas.
Connie Inman, 86, of Bryan died Wednesday.
Arrangements are pending with Hillier Funeral Home.
Bryan-College Station Eagle (Feb/14/2004)
Thelma W. Inman, 89, of Bon Wier died Monday, Feb. 16, 2004, at her home. Smith Funeral Home, Newton.
Port Arthur News (Feb/18/2004)
Thelma W. Inman
BON WIER, Texas — Thelma W. Inman, 89, died Monday, Feb. 16, 2004, in her residence.
She was a native of Jasper, Texas, and had lived in Bon Wier for 65 years.
Survivors include her husband, D.C. Inman of Bon Wier; sons, Kenneth Gilbert of Pt. Neches, Texas, Curtis Gilbert of Jennings, and John Gilbert of Zwolle; daughter, Brenda Eastwood of Sulphur; sister, Hazel Patterson of Sun City Center, Fla.; 17 grandchildren; 40 great-grandchildren; and 10 great-great-grandchildren.
Her funeral will be at 2 p.m. today, Feb. 18, in Bon Wier Baptist Church. Burial will be in Inman Cemetery under the direction of Smith Funeral Home of Newton, Texas.
Jennings Daily News (Feb/18/2004)
Floyd D. Inman
Floyd D. Inman, 81, of Warren passed away on Friday, Jan. 23, 2004 at Tyler County Hospital in Woodville.
Funeral services were Sunday, Jan. 25 at 3 p.m. in the First Baptist Church of Warren with burial in Allison Cemetery. Officiating were Brother Mark Smith and Brother Kenneth Cauthen. Serving as pallbearers were; B. J. Elliott, Windom Elliott, Danny Todd, Vernon White, Billy Fondren and Tim Knight.
Floyd was born Jan. 2, 1923 to David and Agnes Inman in Smackover, Arkansas. He was a World War II veteran serving in the Army/Air Force and was Postmaster in Warren for 31 years. He was a member of First Baptist Church of Warren.
He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Jewel Inman; daughters and sons-in-law Judy and Mike Holick of Bryan, Tomye Jo and Mike Gardner of Show Low, Arizona; sister, Violet Wethington of Arlington; 4 grandchildren Christine and husband Danny Todd of Angleton, Heather and husband, Vernon White of Houston, B. J. and wife, Cheree Elliott of Warren, Windom and wife, Farah Elliott of Shreveport, Louisiana; 3 great grandchildren, Nicholas, Gavin and Carley Elliott; 2 step great grandchildren, Kyle and Cody Adams.
Services were under the direction of Stringer & Griffin Funeral Home of Woodville.
Tyler County Booster - Obituaries - February 23, 2004
Wente, 84, longtime San Antonio resident, died Wednesday, February 26, 2004, following a brief illness.
Amos was preceded in death by his parents, Charles and Lela Soper Wente; wife of 50 years, Ruth Ellen Skaggs Wente; daughter, Sue Ellen Wente. Amos is survived by his current wife, Mary Barrera Wente; four children, Carole Corder of Kettle Falls, WA, Amy Murphy of Edom, TX, Thomas Wente of San Antonio, and Patricia Wente-McCabe of Houston and their spouses. He is also survived by 10 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren, six stepchildren and 17 step-grandchildren.
Amos enjoyed varied careers as a soldier, crop duster, business owner and salesman. He excelled in, and enjoyed, dancing, car repair, gardening, music, hunting and golf, and he was a fount of information for his children and grandchildren on almost any subject. Amos and his first wife Ruth, along with their five children, were early members of the old San Antonio Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, where they formed lifelong friendships.
Our Dad, Grandpa, Crappaw, Uncle Bubby, Amos we'll all miss him.
SERVICES Visitation will begin Monday, March 1, 2004, at Mission Park Funeral Chapels South at 6:00 P.M. until 9:00 P.M. Funeral Services will be held on Tuesday, March 2, 2004 at 1:00 P.M. at Mission Park Funeral Chapels South. Interment to follow at Mission Burial Park South. Arrangements with Mission Park Funeral Chapels South.
San Antonio Express-News Online 2/29/2004 (This is the son-in-law of Lee Dora Inman Skaggs, he married Ruth Ellen Skaggs)
Keith J. Abbe
December 10, 1969 - March 7, 2004
Keith J. Abbe, age 34 died Sunday March 7, 2004. The son of Deborah
(Inman) Gordon and the late Jerome Abbe Jr. was born on December 10, 1969 in Midland. Keith graduated from Bullock Creek High School in 1988; he graduated from Delta College and later graduated from Central Michigan University with a BA in History. He started his teaching career as a student teacher with the H. H. Dow High School and later taught history for E.T.C. of Midland prior to moving to Arizona to teach at the Cartwright School System for at risk student's ages 16 to 19.
Keith was an accomplished and talented martial artist, karate instructor, practitioner and teacher of authentic ancient Okinawan weapons under the instruction of the late weapons master Matayoshi Shimpo. Keith spent nearly fifteen years of arduous training in Shorin-Ryu kratedo under the instruction of world famous master Tadashi Yamashita. Keith and fellow black-belt Kevin Lee, initially practiced together in the back yard of their local sensei, Ragnar Avery, eventually assisting in the birth and growth of Sensei Averys school, The Midland Shorin-Ryu Karate Budokan. Several years ago, Keith and Kevin opened their own Kobudo (Okinawan weapons) program. Keith loved karate and he loved teaching. He brought an uncommon enthusiasm and he imparted a sense of joy for learning and seeking knowledge to every one of his karate students, just as he did with each of his students in the school system where he taught. Keiths presence and dynamic influence will be greatly missed by all of us who taught along side with him, as well as by all of us who learned so much from him.
Keith was also an accomplished building tradesman. He was expert at rough and finish carpentry, dry walling, ceramic tiling, and artistic renovation of both old homes and new construction. He brought the same level of artistic perception and expression to his construction and renovation jobs which he imparted to his teaching responsibilities. For a season, Keith taught and worked with Kevin, an experienced emergency physician by trade, in a successful home renovation enterprise which they administered jointly.
Keith is survived by his mother Deborah Gordon and his step father Gary Gordon of Midland. He is also survived by his sister Angela Lala (Mark) King of Midland; nieces Ashley, Sarah, Courtney and nephew Markie all of Midland; grandparents, Marjorie Inman, Vivian Abbe both of Midland and Helen Witbrodt of De Leon Springs, FL. Keith will be missed by several aunts, uncles, cousins and his extended school and Karate friends. Keith was predeceased by his father, Jerome K.Abbe,Jr.; grandfathers, Howard Inman, Jerome K. Abbe,Sr. and Ted Witbrodt.
Funeral service for Keith will be conducted at 11:00 AM Monday, March 15, 2004 from the Midland Missionary Church with the Reverend Fred Becknell officiating. Interment will be in Lee Twp. Cemetery. Friends may call at the Wilson MILLER Funeral Home on Saturday from 6 to 8 and on Sunday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8. Friends may also call at the church on Monday from 10:00 AM until time of service. Memorials may be offered for At Risk Educational Programs in care of Gary Gordon. Please share a memory of Keith at the funeral home or online at www.wilson-miller.com
The Wilson County News
Robert D. (Bob) Inman
April 19, 1935 - March 16, 2004
Robert D. (Bob) Inman, 68, of Midland died Tuesday, March 16, 2004 at his home. The son of the late John and Cecil (Engle) Inman was born April 19, 1935 in Bay City. Bob married the former Dorene Donahue on February 24, 1956 in Midland. He was employed for 30 years at Sova and Sons, retiring in 1996. Bob enjoyed playing softball, camping, hunting, dune buggy riding and watching wrestling.
He is survived by his wife, Dorene; sons, Joseph Butters, Bobby Butters, and Troy Bovee all of Midland; daughters, Kay Miller of Midland, Roberta (James) Dumas of Detroit, Mary McInnis, Billie (Brent) LaLonde and Dorene (Rick) Bergeron all of Midland; 11 grandchildren; 20 great grandchildren including one special great grandson, Bobby Joe Butters, Jr.; brother, Larry (Betty) Inman of Midland; sister, Sally Huggard of Houghton Lake. In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by his son, Robert Inman, Jr.; 6 brothers and 2 sisters.
Funeral services for Mr. Inman will be conducted 1:00 p.m. Friday March 19, 2004 from Wilson MILLER Funeral Home. Interment will follow in Midland City Cemetery. Friends may visit with the family at the funeral home on Thursday from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. and on Friday from 12 noon until the time of service. Memories and condolence may be offered to the family at www.wilson-miller.com
James Kelton Inmon Sr.
James Kelton Inmon Sr., died Friday morning, April 2, 2004, at his residence after a nine-year battle with cancer. James was born Aug. 9, 1954, in Corsicana, to Jasper James "Sonny" Inmon Jr. and Johnnie Dean Wright Inmon. He is survived by his wife of 28 years, Jymie Carol; his father and stepmother, Sonny and Betty Inmon of Malakoff; sister, Donna Burton and husband Carl of Mont Belvieu; son, James K. Inmon Jr. and wife Teri of Kerens; daughter, Jillian Reaves and husband David of Kerens; Jennifer Inmon of College Station; daughter, Jamie Kay Woodall and husband Josh of College Station; and a host of extended family and friends. James was preceded in death by his mother.
James was reared in the Cayuga area and graduated from Cayuga High School in 1972. He attended Navarro College and Henderson County Junior College before completing his bachelor of science in agricultural education at Tarleton State University in Stephenville. He met his wife in Stephenville and they married in 1976. He taught school in Tampa, Fla., at Sligh Junior High, worked for Nipak Plastics in Corsicana as a quality control engineer, and taught vocational classes for Henderson County Junior College (now Trinity Valley Community College) for over 25 years. He taught off-campus at the Coffield, Michaels and Beto units of the Texas Department of Corrections in Tennessee Colony. James was a Christian and was a member of First Baptist Church of Kerens.
Visitation will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. today at Paschal Funeral Home. Service will be 3 p.m. Sunday at First Baptist Church in Kerens. Burial will follow at Long Prairie Cemetery.
Pallbearers will be Paul Duff, G. L. Thomas, Jerry Jordan, Rexanne Crofut, Rita Fields and Kelly Kilcrease. Honorary pallbearers will be Bert Kilcrease, Kenny Kilcrease, Kenneth Kilcrease and James McCarter.
Memorials may be made to Texas Baptist Children's Home in Round Rock or to the Rachel Wright Memorial Scholarship Fund at First Baptist Church of Kerens.
Arrangements by Paschal Funeral Home, Kerens.
Corsicana Daily Sun (Apr/3/2004)
IDABEL, Okla.- Charles Ray Inman, 83, of Haworth, Okla., died Friday, April 30, 2004, in Paris, Ark.
Mr. Inman was born Dec. 25, 1920, in Paris. He was a retired painter and attended Idabel United Pentecostal Church.
Survivors include two sons and one daughter-in-law, Kenneth Ray Inman of Arizona and Bobby Lee and Linda Ann Inman of Haworth; one daughter, Reba Carney of Hollycreek, Okla.; two brothers, Lee Inman and James Inman of Fort Smith, Ark.; three grandchildren; and a number of other relatives.
Memorial services will be held at a later date.
Texarkana Gazette (May/4/2004)
1922 - 2004
Graveside services for Roxy Lou Inman, 82, of Gilmer were scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday, June 5, at Sunset Memorial Park with Gary Orr officiating.
Mrs. Inman died Wednesday, June 2, in Tyler.
Thomas Mack Inman, who was born in Bowie County, Texas on November 22, 1935, passed away in Plano, Texas on September 4, 2004.
He is survived by his loving wife, Helen and children: Michelle Hagler and Steve Inman and wife, Emily. Also left behind to cherish his memory are grandchildren: Shane, Collin and Kristen Hagler, Jessica and Kaylee Inman; and brother, John Henry Inman and his wife, Clara.
Mr. Inman was preceded in death by one sister, Martha Jane Crawford.
Graveside services were held Tuesday, September 7, 2004 at 2:00 p.m. at DFW National Cemetery. The family received friends on Monday, September 6, 2004 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Roselawn Chapel.
Roseland Funeral Home and Cemetery
Seagoville, TX 75159
Plano Star Courier - 09/22/2004
Mary Nell Inman Head
HOUSTON - Mary Nell Inman Head, 87, formerly of Texas City passed away Thursday, September 9, 2004, in Houston.
Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Saturday, September 11, 2004, at Queen of Angels Catholic Church in Dickinson. Visitation will be at Emken-Linton Funeral Home on Saturday following the service from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Additional services will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, September 13, 2004, at Riles Funeral Home in Vicksburg, Mississippi and burial will follow at Yokena Cemetery.
She was born February 2, 1917, in Denver, Colorado and moved to Texas when she was six months old with her mother and sister following the death of her father. In 1937, Nell lived in Houston where she met and married Bobb Head. In 1948, Nell and Bobb moved to Texas City where they brought up their four sons. She was a lifetime member of the Catholic church, often serving as head of the Altar Society at St. Mary's Church as well as several terms as PTA President at Our Lady of Fatima School. She enjoyed many friends in the DAR and the Tuesday Morning Sewing Club.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Gibson Bobb Head, her son John William Head and her sister Pat Inman Daniel. She is survived by her son Michael Bobb Head and his wife, Alice Bohlae, son David Richmond Head and his wife Linda Head, son Louis Gibson Head and his wife Sharon Head. Also by her nine grandchildren, five step grand children, and seven great-grand children as well as many friends and relatives.
Nell was a refined and gentle woman who cared for those around her and was loved by all who knew her.
In Lieu of flowers donations may be made to the AIDS Coalition of Coastal Texas, Inc. 1419 Tremont Street Galveston, TX 77550 or to National Multiple Sclerosis Society Southeast Texas Chapter 2211 Norfolk, Suite 825 Houston, TX 77098.
The Wilson County News, (Sep/12/2004)
Morriah K. Inman
Morriah K. Inman, 14 months, of Oklahoma City died Thursday, Sept. 23, 2004, at O.U. Medical Center Children's Hospital.
Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2004, in Crestview Memorial Park with Charlie Thomason, pastor of Faith Village Church of Christ, officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Lunn's Colonial Funeral Home.
Morriah was born July 6, 2003, at Fort Sill in Lawton, Okla. She was our miracle when she came to us and now God has chosen, through our tragedy, to make many more miracles come to light. Her lovelight was so bright she made people smile everywhere she went. Her tiny gifts will bring joy and happiness to many families.
Survivors include her parents, Chester and Seanna Inman of Oklahoma City; her grandparents, Donald and Shirley Pennington of Burkburnett; her great-grandmother, Willa Pennington of Wichita Falls; her brother, Malachi Inman of Oklahoma City; her aunt, Donnielle J. Embry and husband Steven D., and Mandy Lynn of Akadelphia, Ark.
Visitation will be from 6 to 7 p.m. Monday at Lunn's Colonial Funeral Home.
Memorials may be made to O.U. Medical Center, Chaplain EAP - Room 1G1200, P.O. Box 26307, Oklahoma City, Okla.
Times Record News - September 27, 2004
Marcelle A. Inman
Funeral arrangements are complete at the Zoeller Funeral Home for Marcelle Inman, age 80, who passed away Monday, Oct. 11, 2004, at Colonial Manor Nursing Home in New Braunfels, Texas.
She is survived by her husband, Hal Inman, of New Braunfels, Texas; her daughters, Gail McCue of Arlington, Texas, and Karen Inman of Great Falls, Montana; seven grandchildren, Michelle, Scott, Chris, Joe, Christina, Kenneth and Jennifer; five great grandchildren, Kieran, Adanna, Katarina, Carys, Karyssa; and numerous other relatives from across the United States.
Following her wishes to be cremated, there will not be a memorial service. Due to her deep political involvement, the family requests that memorial contributions be given to either the Republican Party or to fight breast cancer.
New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Oct/20/2004)
Vennie Inmon, 87, of Kosse, died Dec. 12 in Mexia.
Funeral services were held Thursday in the First Baptist Church of Kosse with the Rev. Jimmy Phillips officiating. Burial was in the Kosse City Cemetery.
Mrs. Inmon was born Nov. 12, 1917, in the Alto Springs community to the late George and Alice (Parrott) Lloyd. She married William Payton Inmon on Sept. 27, 1934. He preceded her in death on Dec. 10, 1985. She was also preceded in death by a son, Justin Jay Inmon; daughter, Jimmie Carol Inmon; two sisters; and five brothers.
Survivors include her daughter, Jimmy Fay Tillmon of Houston; two sons, Ollie Henry Inmon of Gatesville and Ronnie Payton Inmon of Schertz; nine grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers were her grandsons.
Posted in the Gatesville Messenger - Friday, December 17, 2004
Florence Nelson Innmon was born on Aug 29 1926 , to Polly and Carl Nelson and she passed from this life peacefully on Dec 16, 2004 at the age of 78 and
in the comfort of her home.
Florence was born and raised on a farm south of Brainerd Minnesota, where she lived happily with her three brothers Patrick, Bobby and Marvin Nelson and one sister and best friend Mildred Grayson.
Florence was preceded in death by her parents Polly and Carl Nelson and her brother Marvin.
Florence graduated from Brainerd Jr. Collage in 1948.
She married Leroy L. Innmon March 3 1949 in San Antonio, TX and devoted her life to raising her three sons, David, Patrick and Mark.
Florence is survived by her loving husband Leroy, two of her brothers Patrick and Bobby Nelson, her sister Mildred Grayson, her material Aunt Emmogene
Giddeon, her three sons David, Patrick and Mark and Mark's wife Lee Ann Innmon and four grandchildren, Carl and Erica Innmon, Erick Carlson and Edward
Services will be held Monday Dec 20th at 2: PM at Austin Peel and Sons Funeral Home followed by burial at Liberty Hill Cemetery, Liberty Hill, TX.
Austin American Statesman - 19 Dec 2004
Kenneth V. Inman
ROCKDALE - Services for Kenneth V. Inman, 69, of Rockdale,
will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the I.O.O.F. Cemetery in Rockdale with the Rev.
Charles Cole officiating.
Inman died Sunday, Dec. 26, at a Rockdale hospital.
He was born in Skiatook, Okla., to Virgil and Maxine Inman.
He raised in Skiatook, where graduated from high school. After graduation he joined the U.S. Navy and served more than three years. After his discharge, he attended firefighting school and became a firefighter in Kansas. While working there he entered law enforcement school and worked with the Kendall County Sheriff's Department. While there he started a photography business in Seguin. He worked for the Rockdale Police Department from 1994 until his retirement in 2002. He drove for Raudin McCormick who was contracted to Union Pacific Railroad. He lived in Rockdale for 11 years.
He married Jean Schoonover March 16, 1996, in Lowake.
Survivors include his wife, of Rockdale; two sons, Charles R. Supak of Gatesville and Matt May of Lawrence, Kan.; two daughters, Jeana Davidson of Midland and Christine Blanchard of Lawrence; and five grandchildren.
Visitation will be from 5 to 9 p.m. today at Phillips & Luckey Funeral Home in Rockdale.
printed in the Temple Daily Telegram, December 28, 2004
Minnie C. Williams, 83, died Friday, Feb. 11, 2005 at Sunny Acres Nursing
Center in DeKalb, TX.
Burial was in Old Salem Cemetery in New Boston, Tx.
Ms. Williams was born in DeKalb on Nov. 19, 1921. She was a retired food service employee, homemaker, and a member of Old Salem Baptist Church of New Boston. She was preceded in death by her husband, Doyle Williams on April 24, 1982 and by a son J.D. Williams in Aug. 2000.
Survivors include; four sons and daughters-in-law, Jimmy and Linda Roberts of Burnett, Texas, Bruce and Kathy Robertson of Allen, Texas, Boyd and Martha Roberts of New Boston, and Ricky Williams of DeKalb; two daughters and sons-in-law, Vickey and Bill Shirley of Commerce, Texas, and Bea and Donny Little of DeKalb; one sister, Jewell Chapman Rice of Longview, Texas; eight grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
Sybil Roxie Pickens Inman, age 86, of Hutto passed away April 8, 2005. Sybil
was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, and friend and will be deeply missed.
Sybil was born in San Antonio on December l0, l9l8. Her family moved to Georgetown while she was still a baby. She married Guy L. Inman on June l8, l938. After living in Round Rock l3 years, they moved to Hutto and owned a gas station for almost 30 years. Sybil spent her life devoted to her family. She helped her husband run the gas station, as well as working at the Hutto Post Office for l4 years. Sybil always found a way to have time for anyone who needed her. She was a member of the Round Rock Church of Christ.
She was preceded in death by her husband Guy L. Inman, son David T. Inman, adopted daughter Betty Jo Kennedy, two infant sons, sisters Ruby Inez Mackey and "Pollie” Pickens, and brother "Bud” Pickens.
Sybil is survived by son; Sammie R. Inman and wife Shirley; daughter-in-law, Linda Inman; brother, Dewey Pickens; five granddaughters, Connie Popp, Lora Zimmerman, Leslie Inman, Brenda Rowe and Amy Schumann; and eleven great-grandchildren.
Visitation was on Monday, April 11, 2005, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Funeral services were Tuesday at 2:00 p.m. April l2, 2005, at the Beck Funeral Home, Burial followed at the IOOF Cemetery in Georgetown.
The family would like to thank Seton Hospital medical personnel as well as family and friends for their care and concern.
Source - http://www.findagrave.com/
Jack Kenneth Gray, Sr.
HARLINGEN - Jack Gray was born October 30, 1920 in Fordyce, Arkansas and passed away Wednesday, November 23, 2005 in Austin, TX. He was a long-tme resident of Harlingen where he owned service stations for many years.
Jack is survived by his son Jack Kenneth (Wynne) Gray, Jr. of Florida; daughter Lynda McAtee of Austin; daughter Alice (Kirk) Davis of Whitehouse; stepchildren Donny, Tracy, Joey, and Billy Culver; brother Tommy Gray of Galveston and Betty Loren of Washington. In addition, he was a proud grandfather and great-grandfather.
Jack Gray served as a Worl War II Navy Seabee.
He was a member of the Masonic Lodge, Harlingen; a Shriner; and a lifelong member of the Elks Lodge; and the honorary Mayor of El Ranchito retirement community.
Visitation hours will be from 3-9 p.m.; with the family receiving friends from 5-7 p.m. November, Friday 25th at Buck Ashcraft Funeral Home. Graveside services for Jack Gray are scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday November 26th at Mont Meta Cemetery.
Arrangements are under the direction of Buck Ashcraft Funeral Home.
Published in Valley Morning Star - Nov 25, 2005
Date Born: 07/01/1941
Date Died: June 19, 2006
BOYD -- Doyle "Pap" Inman, 64, a retired welder, died Monday, June 19, 2006 in Azle. Memorial service: 11 A.M. Friday, June 23, 2006 at Christian-Hawkins Funeral Chapel.
Memorials: In lieu of flowers donations maye be made to the Boyd Fire Department. Honorary Pallbearers: Alton Young, Robert Inman, Ralph Inman, Labe Hawkins, Bing Carmichael, H.B. Peebles, Don Mitchell, and Lloyd Ogle.
Survivors: wife: Joyce Inman of Boyd; son: Jeff Inman of Boyd; daughter: Julie Hammon and husband Jason of Boyd; grandchildren: Corbin and Chandler; sister: Wanna Vee Rutherford; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, in-laws, and a host of friends.
Christian-Hawkins Funeral Home Boyd, 940-433-5310
Wise County Messenger (Jun/20/2006)
Lubbock OnLIne.com - Friday, June 30, 2006
Stuart Montford Inman III died suddenly on October 5, 2005. Born May 9, 1947
in El Campo, Texas. Proceeded in death by his parents, Norma Binford Inman and
Rev. Stuart Montford (Monty) Inman Jr. Survived by sisters, Jeanine Inman Macey
and Norma Inman Schmelling; brother, Travis Binford Inman; aunt, Dalgus Binford;
step-mother Sylvia Hatfield Inman.
He was a devout member of Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church. He was a dutiful and devoted son, a loyal and dedicated brother, a caring and generous friend.
We thank you, Lord, for his brief life and the joy he brought to those who loved him. May his soul rest in peace and may the angels lead him into paradise.
Memorial service will be at Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church on Tuesday, October 11 at 4:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Houston
SPCA or charity of your choice.
Houston Chronicle, 10-9-2005
Mary Kathleen "Kitty" Phillips was born November 24, 1926 in Dallas, Texas and passed away October 14, 2005 in Dallas, Texas. Kitty graduated from Highland Park High School and attended Southern Methodist University. Kitty was preceded in death by her father, Harvey T. Redden, her mother, Minnie Redden, her husband, Samuel H. Phillips, and by her daughter, Kathleen Anne Phillips who passed away on September 30, 2005. Kitty was active in organizations associated with the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, Texas and in her parish, Christ The King Catholic Church where she and her family were parishioners for over fifty years. Kitty was a kind and caring person who was extremely generous to worthy charities. She was also a devoted wife and mother who cared for her daughter Kathy's juvenile diabetes throughout her life. Services will be held October 22, 2005 at 11:00 a.m. at Calvary Hill Funeral Home, 3235 Lombardy Lane, Dallas, TX. Entombment to follow at Calvary Hill Cemetery. Memorials may be made to The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Center for Geriatric Care, 5323 Harry Hines Blvd., Dallas, TX 75235.
Published in the Dallas Morning News 10/19/2005
SERVICES: 2:00 PM Friday, August 18, 2006, at Memory Gardens Mausoleum, with Pastor Kile Bateman, nephew and pastor of the Evangel Temple Assembly of God in Wichita Falls, and Dr. Miles Bateman, nephew from Trenton, Illinois, officiating.
BURIAL: Memory Gardens Cemetery, under the direction of Carmichael-Whatley Funeral Directors.
BIOGRAPHY: Mrs. Walker was born July 1, 1918 in Hill County, Texas. She married Joe Bailey Walker on August 7, 1937 in Hillsboro. He preceded her in death on June 2, 1982. She had been a resident of Pampa since 1968. She worked for Gibson's Discount Center as a cashier for many years. She was a Baptist.
SURVIVORS: 1 Daughter: Judy Hoover of Pampa. 1 Son: Gary Walker & wife LaGwenda of Pampa. 2 Granddaughters: Brandi Brewer and Cari Carrillo & husband Jerry, all of Pampa. 4 Great-Grandchildren: Calli Jo, Corbin Lee, Raeli Blayne and Emori Ruth, all of Pampa. Numerous nieces & nephews, including special niece, Betty White & husband Otis of Pampa, and nephew Bob Pritchett of Pampa. 2 Step-Granddaughters: Debbie Hoover and Vickie Daley, both of Pampa. 2 Step-Great-Grandchildren: Marcus and Carrie both of Pampa. She was preceded in death by 4 brothers, 3 sisters, and her son-in-law, Lee Hoover.
MEMORIALS: BSA Hospice, 800 N. Sumner, Pampa, Texas 79065, or a favorite charity.
Kermit Ray Inman
PILOT POINT – Kermit Ray Inman, 62, of Pilot Point, died Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2006, in Plano. He was born on April 4, 1944, to David Allen and Lola Beatrice Laddermilk Inman. He married Jackie Wilson on May 15, 1964, in Aubrey. He worked for General Motors and was a member of Fairhaven Baptist Church.
Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 22, at Slay Memorial Funeral Center Chapel, with Rev. Bob Smith officiating. Burial will follow at Belew Cemetery. Visitation will be Thursday, Sept. 21, from 7 to 8 p.m. Pallbearers will be Vernon Evans, Brandon Evans, Mark Inman, Chris Inman, Jeff Inman and Tim Denning.
He is survived by his wife, Jackie, of Pilot Point; one son, Stacy Inman of McKinney; and two daughters, Sabra Bullard of Pilot Point and Melissa Bryson of Pilot Point. He is also survived by three sisters, Shirley Squires of Krugerville, Loretta Denning of Arc, and Peggy Box of Odessa; and four brothers Doyle Inman of Pilot Point, Dennis Inman of Pilot Point, Harold Inman of Denton and Freddy Inman of Gainesville. He is also survived by three grandchildren Preston Powell, Ashley Bullard and Kayla Bullard.
He is preceded in death by two sisters, Barbara Yarbrough and Beverly Inman.
Services were under the direction of Slay Memorial Funeral Center in Aubrey.
Denton Record-Chronical - Wednesday, September 20, 2006
Mike Inmon, 37, of Gatesville, died Saturday, Sept. 23, 2006. Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 26, at the Gatesville Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Johnny Miller officiating. Graveside services will follow at 2 p.m. at the Kosse City Cemetery. He is survived by his parents, Ollie (Henry) and Pat (Patricia Ann Siegert ) Inmon of Gatesville; sister, Brenda Brown and husband, Terry of China Spring; and brother, David Inmon of Hillsboro. Memorials may be made to Special Olympics (S.O. TX- Gatesville Hornets), c/o Rena Caldwell, 4520 CR 107, Gatesville, TX 76528.
Published in the Waco Tribune-Herald on 9/26/2006.
David InmonDUMAS - David Inmon, 79, of Dumas died Thursday, Oct. 26, 2006.
INMAN, Doris Johanna, 84, homemaker, of Llano died Wednesday. Services 2 p.m. Monday, St. James Lutheran Church, Llano. Burial Llano City Cemetery. Arrangements by Waldrope-Hatfield-Hawthorne.
Published in the Austin American-Statesman on 11/18/2006
GATESVILLE - Patricia A. "Patsy" Siegert Inmon, 66, of Gatesville, died Friday, Dec. 15, 2006, at a Temple hospital. Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Monday, Dec. 18, at the Gatesville Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Johnny Miller officiating. Graveside services will follow at 2 p.m. at the Kosse City Cemetery. The family will receive visitors from 5 to 7 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. Patsy was born Aug. 30, 1940, in Mumford, Texas, to the late B.H. and Berta Anders Siegert. She grew up and went to school in Bryan where she graduated from Bryan High School in 1958. Patsy married Ollie Inmon on May 23, 1959. She and her husband resided in Waco for 18 years before moving to Gatesville in 1985. Patsy was a member of the First United Methodist Church and was active in the United Methodist Women. She was a devoted and loving wife and mother and spent her life taking care of her family. She was preceded in death by her son, Mike Inmon, on Sept. 23, 2006. She is survived by husband, Ollie of Gatesville; daughter, Brenda Brown and husband, Terry of China Spring; son, David Inmon of Hillsboro; three grandchildren, Weston and Amanda Brown and Tyler Inmon; brothers, Gene Siegert and wife, Barbara and Herman Siegert and wife, Florence, all of Bryan; sister-in-law, Dot Henderson of Bryan; numerous nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews. Memorials may be made to the First United Methodist Church, 2600 E. Main Street, Gatesville, TX 76528. August 30, 1940 - December 15, 2006 Sign the Guest Book at www.wacotrib.com
Published in the Waco Tribune-Herald on 12/17/2006.
GATESVILLE - Patricia A. "Patsy" Siegert Inmon, 66, of Gatesville, died Friday, Dec. 15, 2006, at a Temple hospital. Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Monday, Dec. 18, at the Gatesville Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Johnny Miller officiating. Graveside services will follow at 2 p.m. at the Kosse City Cemetery. She is survived by husband, Ollie of Gatesville; daughter, Brenda Brown and husband, Terry of China Spring; son, David Inmon of Hillsboro; three grandchildren, Weston and Amanda Brown and Tyler Inmon; brothers, Gene Siegert and wife, Barbara and Herman Siegert and wife, Florence, all of Bryan; sister-in-law, Dot Henderson of Bryan; numerous nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews. Memorials may be made to the First United Methodist Church, 2600 E. Main Street, Gatesville, TX 76528. August 30, 1940 - December 15, 2006 Sign the Guest Book at www.wacotrib.com
Published in the Waco Tribune-Herald on 12/18/2006.
Bernice Watson, 87, went to be with her heavenly Father Saturday, Nov. 25,
2006. She touched countless lives and made many, many friends during her time on
this Earth. She was our beloved Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother, and
Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2006 at Owens & Brumley Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Micky Miller officiating. Interment will follow at Crestview Memorial Park under the direction of Owens & Brumley Funeral Home of Wichita Falls.
Bernice was born Nov. 19, 1919 in Clarksville, Texas, where she was raised by her paternal grandparents. As an only child she grew up with her aunts and uncles as brothers and sisters. In 1936, she married B.G. (Ben) Watson in Clarksville, and later moved to Wichita Falls. She began working at SkiMaster (Texas Recreation) in 1966 as a saw operator. She missed only 2 1/2 sick days during her 37 1/2 years. She retired in 2003 at age 84. Bernice loved music and enjoyed going to Saturday Night Jamborees in neighboring towns. She was known for her love of Halloween. She created a haunted house inside her own, each season for many years. Family, friends, neighbors, and strangers were invited to walk through the creepy creation. She enjoyed giving cookies and punch to all who entered and a few scary tricks along the way.
She is preceded in death by her father, Clarence Gandy, and brothers and sisters, Dolin, Wesley, Myrtle, Ollie, Beatrice, Frank, Viola, and Ross.
Survivors include, daughter, Naoma Riddle and husband Jack, son, Kelly Watson, and daughter, Stella Wilson and husband Greg Kuehler all of Wichita Falls; nine grandchildren, Annette Riddle of Abilene, Travis Watson and wife Jonette of Wylie, Jason Watson, Kristi (Riddle) Metcalf and husband Ronald, Jean (Riddle) Taylor and husband Chris all of Wichita Falls, Kim (Wilson) Galban and husband Dee of Flower Mound, Jaime (Wilson) Rabroker and husband Jonathan of Dallas, Derek Waston and Ashley Watson both of Wichita Falls; 15 great-grandchildren and one on the way; sister, Ivy Raibourn and husband Buddy; and brother, Pat Gandy. Bernice also leaves behind her best friend, Mrs. Tommye Berryman.
Visitation will be held from 6-8 p.m. Monday, Nov. 27, 2006 at Owens & Brumley Funeral Home. For those desiring, memorial may be made to Texhoma Christian Care Center.
J. D. Inman
SCROGGINS - Services for J. D. Inman, 81, Scroggins, are
scheduled for 11 a.m. Thursday at Clearwater Baptist Church with the Rev. Bill
Burial will be in Bethel Cemetery, Franklin County under direction of Beaty Funeral Home, Winnsboro.
Mr. Inman died Jan. 2, 2007, in a local hospital. He was born Sept. 21, 1925, in Franklin County to the late John Dewey and Bunie Wall Inman. He served in the Coast Guard during World War II and retired as an accountant from Texaco Oil Co. after 31 years service. He was a member of Clearwater Baptist Church, where he served as a deacon for 20 years, a member of Winnsboro American Legion and president of Cypress Water Board. He was preceded in death by daughter, Pat Cook.
Survivors include his wife of 57 years, Vera Fikes Inman, Scroggins; daughters, Durene White, Denton, and Brenda Moody, The Woodlands; son, Greg Inman, Scroggins; 12 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.
Family will receive friends 5-7 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.
Published in the Tyler Morning Telegraph on 1/3/2007.
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Stu Inman, who helped build the Portland Trail Blazers' 1976-77 NBA championship team, died Tuesday. He was 80.
He collapsed in their Lake Oswego home and died of an apparent heart attack, his wife Eleanor said.
Inman drafted Bill Walton, Geoff Petrie, Larry Steele, Lloyd Neal, Lionel Hollins, Bobby Gross, Wally Walker and Johnny Davis, championed the signing of Dave Twardzik after the American Basketball Association folded, and selected Maurice Lucas in the ABA dispersal draft.
A star at San Jose State with scoring and rebounding records, Inman joined the expansion Trail Blazers as chief scout in 1970. He became vice president of player personnel, compiled a 6-20 record as interim coach in 1971-72, and was general manager from 1981 to 1986, during which the Trail Blazers drafted Sam Bowie instead of Michael Jordan in 1984.
After he left the Trail Blazers, he was director of player personnel for the Milwaukee Bucks and the Miami Heat.
Four years ago, Inman began helping Lake Oswego basketball coach Mark Shoff evaluate players.
Houston Chronicle (Feb/1/2007) See another article in CA abstracts
Margaret Noll Hillis
Margaret Noll Hillis, 85, of Sweetwater passed away Saturday, Feb. 17, 2007, in the Rolling Plains Memorial Hospital.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2007, at 2 p.m. in the McCoy Chapel of Memories. Services will be officiated by Michael Bassett and Joe Bagby.
Burial will be in the Sweetwater Cemetery, with military graveside rites performed by the Nolan County Honor Guard.
McCoy Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
The family will receive friends Monday, Feb. 19, 2007, from 5-6:30 p.m. in the funeral home.
Margaret was born Dec. 22, 1921, in Magnolia, Ill., to William and Augusta Noll. After graduating from LaSalle High School, she attended LaSalle Junior College. She then went to work at the Hudson Plant in Detroit, Mich., building plans during World War II. In 1944, she joined the United States Marine Corps and was stationed in Arlington, Va. She served in the Navy Annex there until 1946. While in Arlington, she met Bruster "B. L." Hillis, who was also in the Marine Corps.
Margaret and "B. L." married on Dec. 25, 1946, in LaSalle, Ill., and made their home in Sweetwater following their discharge from the service. She was a loving wife and mother of three children. She enjoyed many years and made many friends working in their antique shop and attending area auctions. She was a long-time member of the Fourth and Elm Church of Christ.
Survivors include her husband, B.L. Hillis of Sweetwater; three children, Bruster and Gwen Hillis of Roscoe, Michael and Margaret Hillis of Sweetwater and Margo and Charles Turner of Victoria; four grandchildren, Tonia and Ken Carpenter of Lubbock; Michael and Janie Hillis of Midland, Kim and Russell Jones of Sweetwater and Keaton and Angel Hillis of Big Spring. She had 10 great-granddaughters.
She was preceded in death by a granddaughter, Jennifer Hillis.
From THE SWEETWATER (TX) REPORTER:
Phyllis Jean Justice Hamil Inman
INMAN, Phyllis Jean Justice Hamil, 73, manager, of Round Rock died Saturday. Services pending. Arrangements by Beck, Round Rock.
Published in the Austin American-Statesman on 4/10/2007.
Phyllis Jean Justice Hamil Inman
Jean Inman died at the age of 73 on Saturday, April 07 2007 in Round Rock, Texas. Jean was born November 19, 1933 in Harrison County, Missouri to Mr. & Mrs. Arthur E. Justice, Sr. In 1958, Jean married Charles (Chuck) Hamil who preceded her in death in 1978. In April. of 1993, she married Bill Inman of Round Rock, who preceded her in death on December 27, 1997 Soon after Jean and Chuck moved to Austin, she was employed in a managerial position with Glastron Boat Company, until their production offices were moved to New Braunfels, Texas. She was then employed as an Assistant to the Attorney General of Texas for a number of years. Jean loved music, playing her organ, and singing at every opportunity. She was a gracious hostess and enjoyed the company of her extended families, and her many friends. Jean is survived by her sister Irene Stotlemyre of Bethany, Missouri; brother Dick Justice and wife Lou of Tieton, Washington; aunt Blanche Tuil of Effingham. Kansas; niece Shirley Hartle and husband Will of Caledonia, Mississippi; niece Sharon Robertson and husband Junior; two nephews Brian and Mark Justice of Washington; stepson Bobby Inman and wife Betty of Taylor; stepdaughter Cheryl Inrie and husband Chip of Rockwall and nine great nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, brother Arthur Edward Justice, Jr. of San Antonio, TX and nephew P. Gale Stotlemyre. Please make memorial contributions to the American Cancer Society. A memorial service will be held at a later time. Arrangements under the direction of Beck Funeral Home Round Rock, Texas 512-244-3772
Published in the Austin American-Statesman on 4/11/2007.
Norman Hull Inman
Memorial services for Norman Hull Inman, 74, of Zavalla
will be held at noon Saturday, April 28, 2007 in the Carroway-Claybar Funeral
Home Chapel in Huntington with Reverend Horace Fletcher officiating. A reception
will follow, with the location to be announced at the memorial service.
Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Carroway-Claybar Funeral Home.
Mr. Inman was born March 27, 1933 in Snyder, Texas, to E.M. "Jack" Inman and
Lucy Mae (Hull) Inman, and died Tuesday, April 24, 2007 in a local hospital. A
former resident of Houston, Mr. Inman and his wife, Sammie, moved to Zavalla in
1998, where they have resided among good friends and neighbors. He served in the
U.S. Army during the Korean Conflict from 1953-1955. Mr. Inman graduated with a
Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Texas Law School in 1960, and
continued as a practicing attorney until his retirement in 1998. He was a good
man, loved by all, and he will be missed. Survivors include his wife, the love
of his life, Sammie Louise (Rader) Inman of Zavalla; daughters and their
families, Laurie Jene Inman of Pennrose, Colorado and her daughter, Olivia
Nielsen of San Diego, California, Jennifer Louise Pedersen, her husband, Robert
and their daughter, Lindsey, all of Austin, and Sammie Anne Barcelon, her
husband Ed and their children, Natalie, Tyler and Jenna, all of Colorado
Springs, Colorado; and sister, Barbara White of Schulenberg, and her children.
Memorial contributions may be sent to a favorite charity of your choice in
Norman Inman's name. Carroway-Claybar Funeral Home, Huntington, directors.
Published in The Lufkin Daily News from 4/27/2007 - 4/28/2007.
Leroy Lonnie Innmon June 8, 1925 - May 8, 2007 Born and raised in Liberty Hills, Texas, Leroy Lonnie Innmon has joined his beloved wife of 57 years, Florence in heaven on May 8, 2007. Leroy graduated at 16 from Liberty Hill High School, where he lettered in football. After graduation he made his way to Austin to make his fortune. Leroy served with honor in the Army Air Corps in World War II while his first wife delivered his daughter, Janet. After his return from the war, much to Leroy's disappointment, he and Janet's mother parted. Leroy met Florence Ingrid Nelson and their first date was on Halloween 1948. They married on March 3, 1949. Lifelong companions, Florence and Leroy raised three sons in the 57 years they were together. Leroy worked most of his life as a carpenter, independently until the early eighties. Leroy served, for a time, as the president of the local carpenters' union. He worked for the University of Texas at Austin's carpentry shop for the last decade of his career and remained friendly with the other carpenters, attending annual picnics. Leroy was a Life Member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars; Military Order of the Cootie. Preceded in death by his beloved Florence in 2004, Leroy is survived by his sister Della, his daughter, Janet Harding; three sons: David, Patrick and Mark; grandchildren: Carl of Taiwan, Erica of Minneapolis, Eric and Eddie of Austin, numerous cousins and other family and friends. Visitation 8:00 a.m. Monday May 14, 2007 with service to begin at 1:00 p.m. at Austin-Peel and Son Funeral Home 607 E. Anderson Lane Austin, TX. 78752 Burial will follow at Liberty Hill Cemetery.
Published in the Austin American-Statesman on 5/13/2007.
Cecil Richard Inmon
COOPER - Cecil Richard Inmon, 75, passed away Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2007, in Honey Grove.
A memorial service is scheduled at a later date in Oklahoma. Arrangements were under the direction of Delta Funeral Home.
He was born Feb. 27, 1932, in Grand Valley, Okla., the son of Charles Monroe and Flora Mabel Tyler Inmon. He was a retired civil engineer and had served in the United States Navy.
He is survived by three daughters, Bonnie Champion of California, Donna Garde of Wills Point and Sally Inmon of Philadelphia, Pa.; seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
The Paris News - (Oct/24/2007)
Beverly P. Inman
Beverly P. Inman went to be with the Lord November 11, 2007 in San Antonio, Texas at the age of 77. Beverly was born December 25, 1929 in Newman Grove, Nebraska to Harry G. and Irene Shockey. Survivors of Beverly include her son: Stan Inman and his wife Carmen; daughters: Denise Wilcox and Kim Vetter and her husband John; brothers: Donald Shockey and his wife Ruth, Frank Shockey, and Richard Shockey and his wife Doris; sisters: Doretha Dottie Rhodes and her husband Don, Linda Emmons and her husband Roger, and Carla Pittman and her husband Ron; 9 grandchildren, and 4 great grandchildren. Beverly is preceded in death by her parents; brothers: Carroll, Ken, and Orville Shockey; grandson Daniel Scott Mendez; and husband Nelson Inman. A visitation will be held Wednesday, November 14, 2007 from 5 to 9 pm at Colonial Funeral Home. Graveside funeral services will be held at Ft. Sam Houston National Cemetery November 15, 2007 at 10:30 am. Arrangements under the direction of Colonial Funeral Home.
Published in the Express-News on 11/14/2007.
Burke Inman, Jr., 68, died Sunday, November 18, 2007.
Graveside services with inurnment will be held at 2:30 p.m. on Friday, November 23, 2007, in Westpark Cemetery in Hereford with Rev. Eric Robinson, officiating.
Burke was born August 30, 1939, in Hereford to Burke Inman, Sr. & Illyrhae Jordan Inman. He married Judy Phillips on April 23, 1981, at Oklahoma City. He was a Marines and Army veteran during peacetime. He had been a resident of Clarendon the past five years. He had been a truck driver before his retirement. He was a Christian.
Burke was preceded in death by his father, Burke Inman, Sr.; and a sister, Carylon Jordan.
Survivors include his wife, Judy of Clarendon; his mother, Illyrhae Inman Fade and stepfather Walter of Temple; five daughters, Gina Robinson and husband Eric of Lubbock, Donna Brimfield and husband Greg of Belgium, Moni Marrs and husband Shawn of Garland, Stacie Murillo and husband Robert of Clarendon, and Laura Shelley and husband Jeremy of Clarendon; a son, Jerry Inman of Clarendon; two brothers, Charles Inman and wife Louise of Amarillo, and Billy Bryant and wife Dorothy of Temple; four sisters, Linda Holland and husband Jim of Lubbock, Sandra McNeely of Corpus Christi, Vickie Churchill and husband George of Oak Harbor, Washington, and Renee Fandre and husband Steve of Irving; eight grandchildren, Joshua, Katlyn, and Zackry Brimfield of Belgium, Xyla Marrs of Garland, Luke and Clarie Robinson of Lubbock, Madisyn Inman of Elk City, Oklahoma, and Jacob Murillo of Clarendon.
The family requests memorials be to the Kidney Foundation.
Clarendon Enterprise - (Nov/21/2007)
Graveside funeral services
for , 76 of Wiergate, will be 3:00pm, Tuesday, December 4, 2007 at Weeks Chapel
Cemetery. Visitation will be from 3:00 to 7:00pm Monday December 3, 2007 at the
Glorine died December 1, 2007 at her home in Wiergate. A native of Texas & raised in Wolf Den, she was a long time Houston resident and had lived in Wiergate since 1980. She liked to read, crochet, knit and she loved kids and liked to baby sit at church.
Survivors include her husband of 58 years Floyd P. Hopson of Wiergate; one son Clint Hopson of Spring; three daughters, Christine Humphrey of Houston, Sheila Anderson of La Porte, and Tammy Real of Wiergate; one brother E. W. Inman of Tomball; one sister Jennie Bee Pardee of Louisiana; fifteen grandchildren; & seven great grandchildren.
Memorials may be made to Weeks Chapel.
Hattie B. Inman
MRS. HATTIE BALL INMAN Visitation will be held Friday, December 28, 2007 from 5-9:00 P.M. in the O. J. Carter Memorial Chapel located inside the Carter-Taylor-Williams Mortuary. Funeral Services will be held Saturday, December 29, 2007 at 10:00 A.M. from the Mt. Sinai Baptist Church located at 2157 Burnet Street, San Antonio, Texas. Internment will be held at Meadowlawn Memorial Park Cemetery. CARTER-TAYLOR-WILLIAMS MORTUARY 601 N. Center St. (210) 227-7311
Published in the Express-News on 12/28/2007.
DoD Identifies Army Casualties
The Department of Defense announced today the death of two soldiers who were supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom. They died Dec. 26 in Mosul, Iraq, of wounds suffered from small arms fire during dismounted combat operations. They were assigned to the 3rd Squadron, 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment, III Corps, Fort Hood, Texas.
Capt. Rowdy J. Inman, 38, of Panorama Village, Texas.
Sgt. Benjamin B. Portell, 27, of Bakersfield, Calif.
For more information media may contact the Fort Hood public affairs office at (254) 287-9993; after hours (254) 291-2591.
Rowdy J. Inman
KILLEEN — Services for Capt. Rowdy J. Inman, 38, will be 3 p.m. Friday at Harper-Talasek Funeral Home in Killeen.
He died Wednesday, Dec. 26, in Iraq.
Mr. Inman was born in Anchorage, Alaska. He graduated in 2000 from Sam Houston State University with a degree in military science. The U.S. Army commissioned him in May 2000. He married Shannon in February 1999. He was stationed at Fort Carson, Colo., Fort Hood, Fort Leavenworth, Kan., Fort Knox, Ky., Fort Bragg, N.C., San Antonio, and Camp Pendleton, Calif. As a career military officer he participated in multiple deployments including, Desert Storm, Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF I, OIF III, OIF V), and Operation Just Cause. His military awards include, Bronze Star Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster (OLC), Purple Heart, Meritorious Service Medal with OLC, Army Commendation Medal with OLC, Army Achievement Medal with two OLCs, Army Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal with Bronze Service Star, Southwest Asia Service Medal with three Bronze Service Stars, Iraqi Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Noncommissioned Officers Professional Development Ribbon, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon, Kuwait Liberation Medal (Saudi Arabia), Kuwait Liberation Medal (Government of Kuwait), Combat Infantryman Badge, Combat Action Badge, Expert Field Medical Badge, Parachutist Badge and Valorous Unit Award with OLC. He was in the U.S. 3d Armored Calvary Regiment.
Survivors are his wife; a son, Gary; two daughters, Keeley and Casey; father, Tony Inman of Gillett; mother, Ann Denny of Austin; a brother, Jeff Gurley of Washington, DC; two sisters, Paula Inman of Anchorage and Stacee Henrichs of Leander.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be put in a trust fund established for Keeley and Gary’s education with Bank of America, contact Bank of America reference account Rowdy Inman family assistance.
Temple Daily Telegram - Published January 3, 2008
Read an article concerning the killing of Captain Inman and Sergeant Portell.
CHARLES EDWARD ROI CAMERON Born: 7-6-1906 - Died: 11-17-2008
Charles Edward Roi Cameron of McAllen, Texas
departed this life to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Monday,
November 17, 2008. Born to Dr. and Mrs. Murdock Campbell Cameron on July 6,
1906, the youngest of 12 children, Charles lived for over 102 years. His early
years were spent on the family's Glen Urquhart farm in the rain forest of the
Sierra Madre mountains. The turmoil of the Mexican Revolution forced the Cameron
family to relocate to the Rio Grande Valley in 1916 and they settled in McAllen.
Charles graduated from McAllen High School in 1926 and Austin College in Sherman, Texas in 1930, earning a B.S. in biology and chemistry. In 1933 he returned to McHi and became known as "Prof Cameron" teaching biology, chemistry, physics and Spanish. He was also the scout leader for Rotary Boy Scout Troop #12 for many years.
Charles and Leona Bounds were married June 6, 1938. During World War II, Charles served his country with the Seventh Fighter Command of the U.S. Army Air Force, taking medical supplies from Hawaii to Iwo Jima and teaching survival training to troops on different Pacific islands. Staff Sgt. Cameron was honorably discharged in September 1945. He worked as an immigration officer with the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service for 32 years at the Hidalgo International Bridge. Charles and Leona moved to their farm (also known as Glen Urquhart) in McAllen in 1946 and raised a family of five children (King, Drake, Diane, Carla and Mark). In his spare time, this remarkable and energetic man also raised cows and chickens, planted, harvested and sold fruits and vegetables, grew hundreds of different types of plants in his yard and gardens. He has entertained his children and friends with a variety of animals including a coatimundi, monkey, dogs, cats, horses, parrots and peacocks. He was a carpenter, plumber, botanist, herbalist, farmer, rancher, handyman extraordinaire, American patriot, Scottish clansman and a Christian man who put his deep faith into practice. He was a faithful member of Grace Bible Church for many years.
During his sunset years, Mr. Cameron, blessed with extraordinary good health, a quick wit and excellent memory, continued to enjoy many activities including faithful church attendance, Bible study, museum visits, birthday celebrations and a peaceful life at home.
Mr. Cameron was preceded in death by his beloved wife of 62 1/2 years, Leona Bounds Cameron, his son LCDR King Cameron and his granddaughter, Suzie Barrows.
He is survived by two sons, Drake Cameron (wife LaJuan) of Houston and Mark Cameron (wife Kim) of Cypress, California; two daughters, Diane Cameron of McAllen, and Carla Barrows (husband Jim) of Houston; three grandsons, Brad Cameron of Brentwood, CA; Michael Barrows of Houston, and Caleb Cameron of Cypress, CA; and one granddaughter, Katie Barrows of Houston.
Services have been entrusted to the care of Kreidler Funeral Home in McAllen. The family will be available for visitation on Friday, November 21, 2008 from 4-6 pm at the Kreidler Memorial Chapel at Taylor Road and Nolana in McAllen, Texas. Funeral services will be at 11:00 am, Saturday, November 22, 2008, at the Kreidler Memorial Chapel, followed by a brief committal service at the adjacent cemetery, Valley Memorial Gardens. The family suggests that friends make memorial contributions to your local VFW, American Legion or DAV Post. www.kreidlerfuneralhome.com
SERENA INMAN, 92, left for glory 12-17-2008. Survived by daughter and son-in-law, Cookie and Nick San Martino, of Crosby, Texas; grandchildren: Keith and Rhonda Griffin, Kevin and Melanie Griffin, Tammy and Darin Lee and Danny Houck. She delighted in her 11 great grandchildren and 6 great great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by husband, Jay B. Inman, daughter Sylvia Dale and grand-daughter Tena Houck. Services 12-20-2008 at 10:00 am at Greater Harvest Community Church, 2121 Genoa Red Bluff, Pasadena.
Source: chron.com (Houston Chronicle)
Mary Evelyn Inman
Mary Evelyn Inman, 87, passed away Monday, Jan. 5, 2009, in Phoenix, Ariz. A memorial service will be 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 10, at the Kingdome Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, 2308 North Valley Mills Drive in Waco. Minister Carlton Muns will be officiating. Family and friends will gather after the service, at the home of granddaughter, Lyndsay Blackwell. Evelyn was born Feb. 21, 1921, in Lufkin, Texas, to step-father, Thomas Martin and mother, Lela Kerr Martin, she lived many years in the Ft. Worth and Waco area, before moving to Arizona in 2001. Baptized in 1937 as one of Jehovah's Witnesses, she dedicated her life to helping others learn of God's promises in the Bible. She was a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother, and will be remembered by many for her loving and caring nature. She was preceded in death by by her husband of 59 years, Joseph William Inman; one brother, Buddy Martin; and one sister, Bobbie Williams. She is survived by her sister, Frances Henslee of Boerne, Texas; and sons, Bill Inman and Ronnie Inman, both of Ft. Worth, and Gary Inman of Waco; and daughter, Jodie Longoria of Phoenix; 10 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.
February 21, 1921 - January 5, 2009 www.wacotrib.com
September 19, 1929 – January 11, 2009
Leslie Turner Inman, 79, of Bryan went to be with the Lord on Sunday, January 11, 2009. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, January 14, at Hillier Funeral Home. Graveside services are set for 2 p.m. Thursday, January 15, at Madisonville City Cemetery.
Leslie was born on September 19, 1929, in Madisonville. She graduated from Baylor University, majoring in education. She taught sixth grade math for more than 30 years in Bryan schools. She was a devoted teacher, touching the lives of many young people.
She volunteered with the St. Joseph Auxiliary for many years. She also volunteered for First United Methodist Church, helping the retirement communities and being a well-wisher for many shut-ins.
Her first love and passion was to be a good mother and Mimi. She enjoyed and loved her family dearly and dedicated her life to them. She was cherished by her family and they will miss her deeply.
Leslie was a proud member of the Daughters of the American Revolution. She was also a member of First United Methodist Church in Bryan for more than 30 years. She loved God and dedicated her life to Him.
She was preceded in death by her parents, H. Herbert and Locye Bracewell Turner, and daughter, Kimberly Ann Inman.
Survivors include her loving family, including her daughters and sons-in-law, Stephanie and Bob Elliott and Celeste and Gill Beaulieu; grandsons, Peyton Elliott and wife, Holly, Parker Elliott, Miles Vaughn and Matthew Vaughn; great-granddaughter, Skyler Vaughn; and her beloved pets, Muggs and Fi Chi.
Pallbearers will be Peyton Elliott, Parker Elliott, Matthew Vaughn, Mike Austin, John Austin, Mitch Morehead and Dr. Charles Hall.
Our special blessings to the families of Mike and John Austin. Our heartfelt gratitude to Dr. Marcel Lechin and his staff, Dr. Julie Lim and the Critical Care Unit nursing staff at St. Joseph Regional Health Center.
Memorials may be made to Phoebe's Home or to a charity of your choice.
Published in The Bryan-College Station Eagle from 1/14/2009 - 1/15/2009
Lonnie Laprelle Innmon
Services for Lonnie Laprelle Innmon, Jr., 65 of Ben
wheeler, will be at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, April 11th at the Heritage Trail Cowboy
Church in Ben Wheeler, with Rev. C. R. Chapman officiating, under the direction
of Burks Walker Tippet Funeral Directors. The family will receive friends at the
Church from 10-11 a.m., one hour prior to service.
Mr. Innmon died Easter Sunday, April 4, 2010 in Tyler. He was born August 28, 1944 in Temple to the late Lonnie L. and Janie Charlene Self Innmon, Sr. He was raised in Rogers, Texas. He was a horse trainer and was owner/operator of an air conditioner and heating contracting company, and was a member of the Heritage Trail Cowboy Church.
Survivors include his wife, Martha Innmon of Ben Wheeler; a son and daughter-in-law, Lonnie Duane and Gwendolyn Innmon of Crosby; a step-son, James Duane Alston of San Diego; 2 brothers and sisters-in-laws, Leroy and Elaine Innmon of Laguna Niguel, CA, and Jacky and Linda Innmon of Houston; a sister and brother-in-law, Brenda and Billy Burks of Mertzen; 3 grandchildren, Brittany Nicole, Shelby Lynn and Gavin Wesley; and many nieces & nephews.
Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, 1301 S. Broadway, Tyler, 75701.
Printed in the Temple Daily Telegram, April 8, 2007.