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Erwin A. Youngblood

Erwin A. Youngblood, also known as Papa Bear by his grandchildren was born February 2, 1923 to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Youngblood of Gilmer, Texas. He served in the U.S. Army from March 1944 - June of 1946 where he obtained the rank of Staff Sergeant. He was also awarded the Purple Heart and the Silver Star. A graduate of East Texas State University in 1948, he received his Masters degree from Texas A & M University in 1951. He married Margaret Anne Connor in Dangerfield First Methodist Church August 15, 1948. Retiring from teaching in 1985 after 40 years in the field of education 30 years of that being a school administrator. His teaching career began at Waco University High School in Waco, then to Stinnet High School, to Principal of Knox City High School to Superintendent for the next 10 years and then on to Superintendent of Brookesmith High School for the next 17 years. A member of Coggin Avenue Baptist Church, the Cliffhangers Sunday School Class, the Purple Heart Military Order, the American Legion, and the VFW.

Survivors include his wife, Margaret Anne Youngblood of Brownwood; seven children, Sue and Reggie Garrett of Carrollton, Joe and Tracy Youngblood of Millersville, Maryland, Terry Youngblood of El Salvador, Mark and Gina Youngblood of Iola, Joy and Mike Kilpatrick of Arlington, Herbert and Robin Youngblood of Abernathy, Lev Erwin Youngblood of Denver, Colorado; 11 grandchildren, Matthew and Sara Garrett, Jason and Jordan Youngblood, Kristina and Cody Youngblood, Layne Wright, Paige and Claire Kilpatrick, Bridget and Scott Youngblood; two sisters, Ms. Frances Green of Blanchard, La, Ms. Rachel Hart of Gilmore; one brother, Rex Youngblood of Longview; seven nieces and nephews; many cousin; and a host of friends.

Services will be held at 4:00 p.m. Friday, September 13, 2002 in the Davis-Morris Funeral Home Chapel with Brother Ed Garrett officiating assisted by Dr. Steve McMeans. Interment will follow in Eastlawn Memorial Park in Early.

Pallbearers will be the Cliffhangers Sunday School Class.

The family will receive friends from 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home.

The family requests that memorial be made to the Coggin Avenue Baptist Church or to a Charity of your choice.

James Al Hays

Services for James Al Hays, 79, of Lubbock will be Friday at 10:00 a.m. at Sunset Church of Christ with Ken Jones and Moody Conner officiating.

Graveside service will be conducted at 4:00 p.m. at Andrews Old Cemetery in Andrews, Texas. Arrangements are under the direction of Sanders Funeral Home of Lubbock.

He died on Tuesday, September 10, 2002. Mr. Hays was born on November 15, 1922 in Clyde, Texas. He graduated from Clyde High School, Abilene Christian University and West Texas State University. He served in the United States Army Corps during World War II. He married Maxine Turnbough of Quanah on July 17, 1948 in Abilene. She preceded him in death in 1990. He married Wanda Maurice Sneed in March of 1991 in Lubbock. He was a life insurance underwriter for many years before retiring in 1994. Mr. Hays resided in Andrews, Texas for 50 years before moving to Lubbock in 1997.

He served as elder for the Andrews Church of Christ, president of the Little League of Andrews, president of the Boy's Scout's of Andrews, and Ambassador for the Andrews Chamber of Commerce. He had been a member and past president of the Evening Lions Club of Andrews. Mr. Hays was a member of Sunset Church of Christ of Lubbock.

Three brothers, Conard, Marion, and Scott Hays also preceded him in death.

Survivors include a son, Steve Hays of College Station; a daughter, Dana Reeger of Lubbock; three stepsons, Alvin Sneed of Lubbock, Dennis Sneed of Austin, and Alan Sneed of Keller; two stepdaughters, Jana Tolleson of McKinney and Lori Hutchinson of San Antonio; and 18 grandchildren.

The family suggests memorial to the Children's Home of Lubbock or Lubbock Christian University.

Dr. M.L. Smith

A quiet and unassuming man who led by his actions, Dr. M.L. Smith passed away on Sunday, September 8, 2002. He was another of the many from his generation who believed that hard work, sacrifice, and education would improve one's lot in life, and that everyone would naturally want to pursue this course. He believed, often naively, in the goodness of Man, and never changed.

Dr. Smith had many, many interests and several deep passions, including family, education, and hunting/fishing. He is survived by his best friend and wife for 59 years, Dorothy. Their closeness and mutual interests in golf, bridge, and family continually amazed family and friends. His skill, competitiveness, and sharp mind at card games and dominoes led to many wonderful times with his children and especially his grandchildren. His keen intellect allowed him to keep up with current medicines and procedures, as evidenced by fellow physicians. He is also survived by Dr. M.L. (Mark) Smith, Jr. of Phoenix, two children, Lee of Philadelphia and Carly of Austin and their mother, Ann Puhlman of Phoenix; Dr. Mike Smith of Corvallis, Montana, his wife Lynne, and their two children, Isaac and Hanna of Corvallis; Gary, his wife Sue, and their son Cameron of Abilene. His love of his wife, his children and grandchildren was complete, constant, and full.

Dr. Smith hitchhiked back and forth from Vernon, Texas to the University of Texas and bussed tables in order to put himself through school in three years before going to Baylor Medical School. He expected everyone to have these "opportunities", and served on the Hamlin School Board for many years. He was on the Board during the the integration of Hamlin schools. He had delivered many of the students who attended the old DePriest School, knew their parents (many of whom worked at the Clinic or Hospital), and felt they weren't getting a proper education. Dr. Smith believed in the real benefits of higher education, better jobs, scholarships, and higher achievement levels. He believed especially in public education, the right for everyone to attend college - his sons graduated from three different public universities in Texas. He was also committed to small town life and giving back to the community. "Buy locally" was not just a slogan to him, but a lifestyle that he lived by.

The passion most people knew about was his overwhelming love of hunting, fishing, and his farm. He pursued these all with the same energy and commitment. Quail hunting with his sons (and dogs), the annual men's deer hunt, and farming/ranching were all activities that helped alleviate the stress of a small town medical practice. His sons remember his medical bag as a fixture by the front door. When he would make housecalls, many times he would carry sons, shotguns and bird-dogs along for a hunt afterward.

He and Dorothy retired in 1985, spending half the year at their beloved home in Ruidoso where horse racing and trout fishing occupied his considerable energies. Despite becoming ill, he was able to make it to one more All American Futurity. His wonderful life will be remembered by all, and his family asks that it be celebrated.

James (Jim) Andrew Henderson, Sr.

James Andrew Henderson, Sr. passed away on September 10, 2002 at Hendrick Hospital in Abilene, Texas. Graveside services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Friday at the Valley Mills Cemetery in Valley Mills, Texas.

Born on February 2, 1922, in PIano, Texas, Jim was the son of the late Fanny C. Bailey Henderson and James A. Henderson. He graduated from Terrell High School and the University of North Texas. Jim married Evelyn Morris on May 10, 1943. He served in the Army Air Corps from 1942-1946 as a B-29 pilot. Jim was in the insurance business in Pecos and Abilene, Texas. He retired in 1985.

Jim is survived by his wife, Evelyn, of Abilene; two sons, James and wife, Sue, of Abilene and Morris of Valley Mills; one daughter, Martha, of Abilene; six grandchildren, James, Heather, Jacob, Micah, Caleb and Matthew; two great-grandchildren, Kaitlyn and Alex; and a brother, Mike Henderson, of Lake Dallas.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorials be made to the Hendrick Hospice Care or a favorite charity. The family wishes to express their gratitude to the Oncology staff at Hendrick Hospital for their kindness and support.

Anita J. Kirkman Cain

Anita J. Kirkman Cain, 63, died Tuesday, September 10, 2002 at her residence.

Funeral services will be Friday at 10:00 a.m. at Elliott-Hamil Chapel of Faith and graveside services will be at 2:00 p.m. at Moran Cemetery with Rev. Danny Conaly officiating, directed by EIliott-Hamil Funeral Home, 5701 Hwy. 277 South.

Anita was born January 24, 1939 to Samuel Burford and Clara LaDale Kirkman in the Eureka Community, Stephens County, Texas. She graduated Moran High School and attended Draughns Business College. She was a homemaker and worked for Merkel School System and Hendrick Medical Center as Office Business Manager. She married John Cain in Abilene June 8, 1957. She lived in Abilene 40 years and was a Baptist.

She was preceded in death by her parents, a son, John Cain, Jr; and a grandaughter, Mallory Cain.

She is survived by her husband, John Cain of Abilene, a son, Scott Cain and his wife Stacey of Lubbock, two sisters, Opal Brubaker of St. Petersburg, Florida and Louise McCharen Trull of Abilene, her grandchildren, Chris Cain of Abilene, Megan Cain of Roundrock, Mason and Katie Cain of Lubbock.

Memorials may be made to West Texas Rehabilitation Center, 4601 Hartford, Abilene, 79605 or M. D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston.

The family has scheduled a visitation Thursday from 6 to 8 p. m. at the funeral home.

Dick G. Smith

Dick G. Smith, 88, died Tuesday, September 10, 2002, at his residence in Abilene.  Graveside services will be at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, September 13, 2002 at Cedar Hill Cemetery with David Cason officiating under the direction of Elliott-Hamil Funeral Home, 542 Hickory.

Mr. Smith was born July 7th, 1914 in Lohn, Texas, and had lived most of his life in this area. He was employed by the City of Abilene as a traffic supervisor and retired in 1978. He had also been employed by Ben E. Keith as a salesperson and worked as a supervisor at Thornton's grocery for 10 years. He served in the Army Infantry during WWII. He was a member of the First Methodist Church and an avid fisherman.

Survivors include a daughter, Margaret Moore and husband, Charlie of Midland, TX; a brother Jack Bob Smith of Brady, TX; three nieces; a nephew; and one grandchild. He was preceded in death by his parents and wife, Melba.

Visitation will be Thursday from 5 to 7pm at the funeral home, 542 Hickory.

Donations can be made to the charity of choice.

Pedro G. Cerda, Sr.

Pedro G. Cerda, 81, of Baird, Texas passed away at 9:24 a.m. Wednesday, September 11, 2002 at an Abilene hospital after a short illness. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Friday, September 13, 2002 at Parker Funeral Home Chapel. Frank Rodriguez will officiate. Burial will be in the Ross Cemetery Annex.

Mr. Cerda was born August 19, 1921 in Fralie, Mexico. He had lived in Baird for 36 years. He was retired from the City of Baird Sanitation Department. He was a member of the First Baptist Church. Pedro married Concha O. Olvera in Strawn, Texas in 1951.

He is survived by his wife, Concha Cerda of Baird; eight sons, Frank Cerda of Baird, Pedro Cerda, Jr of Baird, Carlos Cerda of Denton, Joe Cerda of Fort Worth, Manuel Cerda of Baird, Michael Cerda of Michigan, Grabiel Cedra of Baird, and Matthew Cedra of Fort Worth; five daughters, Lydia Hernandez of Fort Worth, Estela Moreno of Anson, Yolanda Torres of Abilene, Concha Ramirez of Baird, and Rebecca Carrion of Baird; 29 grandchildren; 22 great- grandchildren; and one nephew, Pedro Rocha of Baird.

He was preceded in death by a son, Arthur Cerda of Baird.

Mr. Alfred McMichael, Sr.

Mr. Alfred McMichael, Sr., 64, of Loriane, died Monday evening in a Big Spring hospital. Services will be at 2:00 p.m. Saturday in the First United Methodist Church in Loraine. Burial will follow in the Wallace Family Cemetery under the direction of Kiker-Seale Funeral Home.

Mr. McMichael was born September 8, 1918 in Milam, Texas to Hayne and Leroy (Reed) McMichael and was raised in Nacogdoches. He married Elaine Fowler on August 28, 1941 in Loraine. They lived in Los Angeles, CA for many years before returning to Loraine in 1984. He was a former construction worker and later he was a doorman for the Century Tower in Los Angeles, CA. He was a longtime dedicated member of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, a US Army veteran of WWII and a member of the First United Methodist Church in Loraine.

He is survived by his wife, Elaine McMichael of Loraine; a son, Alfred McMichael, Jr of Los Angeles, CA; two grandsons, Keir McMichael and Kai McMichael, both of Los Angeles; one brother, Clarence McMichael of Nacogdoches; a sister, Bettye Soesman of Norco, CA.

"Gene - Papa" Hewitt

“Gene - Papa” Hewitt, 67, of Abilene, died Tuesday, September 10, 2002, at a local medical center.

Funeral services will be 1:00 p.m. Friday at the Elliott-Hamil Funeral Home Chapel of Memories, 542 Hickory, with Rev. Marvin Haile officiating. Burial will be in Hamby Cemetery.  The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home.

Mr. Hewitt was born to Clarence and Lillie Travis Hewitt on April 7, 1935, in Abilene, Texas, where he lived his entire life. He retired after working as a self-employed painter.

He married Bonnie Murray in Baird on June 2, 1952.  Mr. Hewitt was a member of Friendship Baptist Church.

He was preceded in death by his parents and two grandchildren, Bryson Hewitt and Druke Eugene Smith.

Survivors include his wife, Bonnie Hewitt of Abilene; three sons, Bobby Hewitt and wife, Gina, Phillip Hewitt and wife, Sandra, and Tommy Hewitt and wife, Paula, all of Abilene; three daughters, Brenda Smith and husband, David, of Abilene and Sabrina Huse and husband, Ota, of Burleson, and Marsha George and husband, Carey, of Abilene; grandchildren, Jason and Lacy Smith, Lindsey Smith, Brittney Smith, Ota and Jaclyn Huse, Christy Ann Huse, Jonathan Huse, Meagen Hewitt, Curtis Hewitt, Coen Hewitt, Jackson Hewitt, Britton George, Ashley George, Landon George, Karamy George, Trinity George, and Hope George, and great- grandchildren, Haley Alexis Huse and Jaylynn Corey Ward. He is also survived by two brothers, Raymond Hewitt and Jerry Hewitt both of Abilene and two sisters, Emma Kennedy of Abilene and Ouida Davidson of Clyde.

Maurice M. Chastain

Maurice M. Chastain, 86, of Waco, passed away at noon, September 10, 2002 at his residence in Waco. Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday, September 13, at First United Methodist Church at 4901 Cobbs Drive, Waco, with the Rev. Stephen Ramsdell, pastor, officiating. Interment and graveside services will be at Fairview Cemetery in Grosvenor, Texas, near Brownwood, Texas, on Saturday, September 14, 2002 at 11:00 AM under the direction of OakCrest Funeral Home of Waco. The family will receive friends at the OakCrest Funeral Home on 4520 Bosque Blvd. from 6:00 to 8:00 PM on Thursday evening, September 12. On Friday evening from 7:00 to 9:00 PM the family will receive friends at the Davis-Morris Funeral Home, 800 Center Ave. Brownwood, Texas. Brownwood friends and relatives will meet at Davis-Morris Funeral Home at 10:00 AM to follow in procession to the cemetery.

Mr Chastain was born December 23, 1915 in Grosvenor, Texas, to Homer and Dora Baugh Chastain. He graduated from Howard Payne University in Brownwood and did graduate work at Texas Tech and Baylor University. He was Athletic Director and Football Coach at Los Fresnos in the Rio Grande Valley before World War II.

He volunteered for the Service and received a Lieutenant's Commission into the Army Air Corps on graduation day at OCS in Miami Beach, Florida. He was immediately shipped to North Africa at the beginning of the Invasion of North Africa. He then spent three years in North Africa, Sicily, Italy and Southern France, most of the time in the combat zone. At the end of the war he returned home to Waco and went to work for the Veterans Administration in the rehabilitation of veterans.

After five years, he was recalled by the Air Force for two years service in the Korean Conflict. He was the Post Exchange Officer at James Connally Air Force Base. He retired from the Air Force as a Lieutenant Colonel. On return, he was hired by the Social Security Administration. His final assignment was Area Director overseeing Social Security Offices in the western half of Texas, New Mexico and the Indian Reservations in New Mexico and Arizona.

During his service with the Social Security Administration, he was awarded the highest commendation for his administrative skills and personnel management. Among his memorabilia was a pen used by President Lyndon Johnson to sign a bill and handed to him. For two years he coordinated President Johnson's War on Poverty in the Dallas Region.

After his retirement from Social Security, he and his wife moved from Dallas to Brownwood where they owned a small ranch. For fifteen years, he loved working cattle, plowing the soil, baling hay, hunting and playing golf. He especially enjoyed hunting with his son, Byron, and his sons-in-law, Charles James and Bob Burgess.

Mr. Chastain was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Waco and the Wesleyan Workers Class. Pallbearers will be from the Wesleyan Workers Class: Dick Wooten, John Wooten, Norman Nossaman, Bill Aman, Warren Rudolph, Ralph Post and the rest of the men in the class will be honorary pallbearers.

He was preceded in death by his parents, four brothers and three sisters.

Mr. Chastain is survived by his wife of 62 years, Deanie, nee, Phail-Dean Copeland Chastain of Waco; his son, Byron Chastain of Austin; daughters, Maurie James and husband, Charles of Burleson; Jan Burgess and husband, Bob of Round Rock; grandchildren, Cameron and Stuart Freeman, Robert Burgess, David James and Charlene Masch; great-grandchildren, Sydney and Harrison James, Reilly and Taylor Masch; brother, Harold and J.D. Chastine of Brownwood; and sister, Odessa Adams of Monahans.

Memorials may be made to First United Methodist Church of Waco at 4901 Cobbs Drive Waco, TX 76710 or First United Methodist Church of Brownwood at 2500 11th St. Brownwood, TX 76801.

For those who wish, you may leave a condolence at www.oakcrestwaco.com

Reverend Melvin Lee Robinson

Reverend Melvin Lee Robinson, a respected long time resident of Abilene, TX was called home to be with the Lord on September 6, 2002.

Family visitation will be held on Thursday, September 12, 2002 at Elliott- Hamil Chapel of Faith, 5701 Hwy 277 South from 6 to 7 p.m. Funeral services will be on Friday, September 13, 2002, also at Elliott-Hamil Chapel of Faith at 2:00 p.m.

He leaves to cherish his memories, his wife; mother and father; children; several siblings; and many relatives and friends.

Louise Shreve Hood

Louise Shreve Hood, 91, went to Heaven for Mothers and Grandmothers on September 11, 2002. Graveside services will be at 2:00 p.m. Friday, September 13, 2002 at Forest Park Lawndale, directed by Lawndale Funeral Home in Houston, Texas. Local arrangements are being made by North's Funeral Home, 242 Orange.

Louise was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana June 14, 1911~ She married Beverly Hood in Fort Wayne in 1930 and Louise and Bev raised their family in Tulsa, Oklahoma and Bellaire, Texas. Louise worked to give her family extra comforts as a bonafide "Rosie The Riveter" at Douglas aircraft in Tulsa during WWII and gave her children an opportunity to attend college working for her very good friends at Kelly's hardware in Bellaire. Texas. Louise moved to Calilbrnia to be with her daughter in 1990 and spent ten years with her family before coming to Abilene for the last fifteen months to be with her son an,d family.

Survivors include; her children, Beverly and Bob Boatman of California; Boyd G. Hood of Florida, Ben and Byna Hood of Abilene, and her sister, Patty and Ken Penman of Washington State. She is also survived by five grandchildren, Brenda Lucia, Heather Thompson, Lisa Putman, Stephanie Lewis, Steven Hood, and six great grandchildren, all the love of her life.

The family asks that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to Hospice of the Big Country, 4601 Hartford, Abilene, Texas 79605.

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Zaterrica Shatrice Cook

Zaterrica Shatrice Cook, infant, died Wednesday, September 11, 2002. Graveside services will be 2 p.m. Saturday in Elliott-Hamil Garden of Memories Cemetery, 542 Hickory.

Lynda Prachyl DeMoss

DALLAS -- Lynda Prachyl DeMoss, 56, died Monday, September 9, 2002. Graveside services will be 10 a.m. Friday in Payne Gap Cemetery. Visitation will be from 6-8 p.m. at Stacy-Wilkins Funeral Home.

Helen E. Helmick

Helen E. Helmick, 85, died Wednesday, September 11, 2002. Arrangements are pending with Elmwood Funeral Home, 5750 Hwy 277 S.

Ada Shirley Feaster Henderson

COLORADO CITY -- Ada Shirley Feaster Henderson, 80, died Wednesday, September 11, 2002. Graveside services will be 2 p.m. Friday in Colorado City Cemetery, directed by Kiker-Seale Funeral Home.

James Hicks

ROCKPORT -- James Hicks, 42, died Monday, September 9, 2002. Services will be 10 a.m. Thursday at Davis-Morris Funeral Home Chapel, with burial in Zephyr Cemetery.

John Arvon Hobson

SWEETWATER -- John Arvon Hobson, 73, died Tuesday, September 10, 2002. Services will be 10 a.m. Saturday at Broadway Baptist Church, with burial in Sweetwater Cemetery, directed by McCoy Funeral Home.

Opal Milner Knudson

Opal Milner Knudson, 94, died Wednesday, September 11, 2002. Graveside services will be 11 a.m. Friday in Eastlawn Memorial Park. Visitation will be from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. Thursday at Davis-Morris Funeral Home.

Mary Ruth Lisso

ROCKWALL -- Mary Ruth Lisso, 72, died Tuesday, September 10, 2002. Arrangements are pending with Rains-Seale Funeral Home.

Verl Eugene "Mack" McChesney

Verl Eugene "Mack" McChesney, 74, died Wednesday, September 11, 2002. Arrangements are pending with Elliott-Hamil Funeral Home, 5701 Hwy 277 S.

Rupert Oran Mauldin

ZEPHYR -- Rupert Oran Mauldin, 81, died Tuesday, September 10, 2002. Services will be 10 a.m. Friday at Fourth and Stewart St. Church of Christ, with burial in Eastlawn Memorial Park in Early. Visitation will be from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. Thursday at Davis-Morris Funeral Home.

J.R. Moore

BIG SPRING -- J.R. Moore, 83, died Wednesday, September 11, 2002. Services will be 3 p.m. Thursday at Myers & Smith Funeral Home Chapel, with burial in Mt. Olive Memorial Park.

Nellie Idella Morris

DE LEON -- Nellie Idella Morris, 95, died Wednesday, September 11, 2002. Services will be 2 p.m. today at St. Joe Baptist Church, with burial in Oliver Springs Cemetery, directed by Nowlin Funeral Home.

Troy D. Rogers

COMANCHE -- Troy D. Rogers, 94, died Tuesday, September 10, 2002. Services will be 2 p.m. today at Comanche Funeral Home Chapel, with burial in Gardens of Memory Cemetery.

Ruth Dean Taylor

MINERAL WELLS -- Ruth Dean Taylor, 69, died Monday, September 9, 2002. Services will be 2 p.m. Friday at Baum-Carlock-Bumgardner Funeral Home Chapel, with burial in Pleasant Valley Cemetery in Palo Pinto.

Loyce Jane Thorp

BIG SPRING -- Loyce Jane Thorp, 53, died Wednesday, September 11, 2002. Arrangements are pending with Myers & Smith Funeral Home.

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COLEMAN -- Hal Mitchell Beck, 80, 10 a.m. at Verela Cemetery.

E.L. (Ervie) Coker, 89, 11 a.m. at Elliott-Hamil Funeral Home Chapel of Faith, with burial in Elmwood Memorial Park.

HASKELL --- Willie Nolan Currie, 84, 10 a.m. in Howard Cemetery.

ROCKPORT -- James Hicks, 42, 10 a.m. at Davis-Morris Funeral Home Chapel, with burial in Zephyr Cemetery

WINTERS -- Byron D. Jobe, 78, 10:30 a.m. at First Baptist Church, with burial in Fairview Cemetery.

STAMFORD -- Edmund Davis Jones, 92, 11:30 a.m. in Highland Memorial Cemetery, with memorial service 1 p.m. at First Baptist Church.

BIG SPRING -- J.R. Moore, 83, 3 p.m. at Myers & Smith Funeral Home Chapel, with burial in Mt. Olive Memorial Park.

DE LEON -- Nellie Idella Morris, 95, 2 p.m. at St. Joe Baptist Church, with burial in Oliver Springs Cemetery.

COMANCHE -- Troy D. Rogers, 94, 2 p.m. at Comanche Funeral Home Chapel, with burial in Gardens of Memory Cemetery.

Scott Wright, 4 p.m. at Elliott-Hamil Funeral Home Chapel of Faith, with burial in Elmwood Memorial Park.

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