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She is survived by a son, Danny Joe of Houston; 3 daughters, Jewell Patty Kolter and Wendy Marcia Lacken, both of Cameron, and Donna Jean Anderson of Friendswood; a brother, William Lambrecht; 9 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren, also survive.
Mr. Anderson, a retired pipefitter was born April 4, 1910 to Madison Eugene and Maria Harris Anderson in Alabama. He was a member of Plumbers & Pipefitters Union 211 for over 55 years. He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Cameron for over 30 years.
Mr. Anderson was preceded in death by his wife of 37 years, Vada Mae Anderson.
He is survived by 2 sons, Gene Anderson of Lake Jackson and Ralph Anderson of Pasadena; 3 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.
Mr. Ashcraft, a truckdriver, was born May 1, 1916 in Hunt County to Wes and Mary Dale Durham Ashcraft. He was an Army veteran.
Mr. Ashcraft was preceded in death by his wife, Evelyn, and by 2 daughters; Joyce Williams and Dimple Kelley Bishop.
He is survived by 1 sister, Velma Nichols of Killeen; 5 grandchildren, 8 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great-child.
He is survived by his mother, Faye Baker of Cameron; a brother, Glenn William Baker of Cameron; and a sister, Bonita Faye Baker Ryan of Cleveland, TX.
Mr. Barkemeyer, a retired farmer, was born July 17, 1911 to George F. and Minnie Giese Barkemeyer in the Walkers Creek Community. He married Gertrude Pimpler on October 12, 1933. Mr. Barkemeyer was a member of the United Church of Christ in Ben Arnold.
He was preceded in death by 3 brothers, Herman, George, and Leroy, as well as 1 sister, Gertrude Barkemeyer.
He is survived by his wife, Gertrude of Ben Arnold; a son, David of Cameron; a step-brother, Alvin Sitz; 2 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren.
He is survived by his wife, Billie Pauline; a daughter, Carolyn Lister of Cameron; and 2 sisters, Inez Williams and Ruby Fockers, both of California.
Ms. Bartek was born on March 10, 1947 to Joe Nathan Lewis, Sr. and Kathleen Tindal Lewis. She had worked as a nurse at Scott and White Hospital for over 12 years. She was preceded in death by her husband, James Edward Bartek in 1994.
Ms. Bartek is survived by a son, Dwayne and wife, Kelly of Moody; her mother, Kathleen and her father, Nathan, both of Cameron; a brother, Joe Lewis, Jr. of Sharp; 2 sisters, Debbie Weaver and Becky Brannon of Cameron.
3 grandchildren, Samantha, Mikel James, and Nathan.
She is survived by a son, Ernest Bayer of Ft. Worth; a brother, Ervin Hollas of Rockdale; 2 sisters, Alberta Barta of Cameron and Maurine Foster of Rockdale; 4 grandchildren and 2 step-grandchildren; 2 great grandchildren and 1 step-great grandchild, also survive.
Mr. Billingsley, a retired machinist, was born February 15, 1925 in New Braunfels, Texas to Rueben Randolph and Dollie Sughrue Billingsley. He was a Navy veteran of WW II. He married Lou LaBelle Graves in Houston on July 26, 1948.
He is survived by his wife, Lou LaBelle Billingsley of Cameron; 2 sons, Randy of Cameron and Paul of Cleveland, TX; 3 daughters, Linda Taylor and Glenda Nolton of Paige and Theresa Phelps of Cameron; 2 brothers, Charles of Cameron and Darrell of Houston; 17 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren, also survive.
Mr. Black was born April 9, 1934 in Jones Praire to John Dewey and Etta Louise Smith Black. He was a graduate of C.H. Yoe High School in Cameron.
Mr. Black was an Army veteran of the Korean Conflict and was amember of the V.F.W. Post 2010 in Cameron. He was employed by the Aluminum Company of America and worked in the Ingot Department.
He is survived by his wife, Clare Rose Black of Jones Praire; a son, Dave Black of Jones Praire; a daughter, Sara Yarbrough of Cypress; 1 sister, Virginia Schiffel of Redlands, CA.; 3 grandchildren, also survive.
Ms. Blythe, a homemaker, was born March 31, 1928 in Milam County to Henry Lee and Myrtle Corine Otts Fuller.
She is survived by her son, Gary Blythe of Shepherd; 2 sisters, Lorene Laird of Pearland and Iva McCallum of Houston; several nieces and nephews.
Mr. Botts is survived by his wife, Evelyn Botts of Cameron; a son, Richard Keith Botts II and wife, Talma, of Temple; 4 daughters, Cheryl Dickerson and husband, Terry of Luling, Denise Kopriva and husband, Robert, of Temple, Lynette Jochec and husband, Frankie, of Cameron, Yvonne Cunnick and husband, Greg Deleon, of Waco; 12 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren, also survive.
She is survived by a son, James Scott of Dallas and a brother, Frank Givens of Mart.
Mrs. Burke was born on March 4, 1902 in Marlin to Brian and Margaret Sylvester Cooley. She graduated for Texas Women University in 1925. Mrs. Burke was a teacher in the Cameron and Buckholts School Districts.
She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Cameron and of the Order of the Eastern Star. She was preceded in death by her husband, Erle C. Burke; a brother, Herbert Cooley; and by 3 sisters, Bess Stephens, Julia Holloway,and Coyle Maxey.
Mrs. Burke is survived by a son, Richard E. and wife, Barbara of Cameron; 1 granddaughter, Jan Stevens.
Mrs. Burkhart was born October 7, 1930 in Cameron to Ivy Nelson and Cora Estelle Steele Angell. She worked as a secretary for Coastal Oil & Gas Corp. She was preceded in death by her husband Bill Burkhart and by one son David Burkhart.
She is survived by 1 son, Robert Burkhart of Rockdale; a daughter, Becky Stuart of Bellaire and 1 granddaughter.
He is survived by is parents, Newton and Billie Burnett; grandparents, Lois Burnett of Belmina and Laura Grimes of Cameron; and a brother, Lance Burnett of Abilene.
Mr. Burnette was born January 25, 1912 in Milam County to Norman and Minne Louisa Burnette. Mr. Burnette worked for Humble Oil and Refining Company in Katy, TX. He married Nellie Baskin and she preceded him in death. In addition to his wife, a daughter, Barbara Burnette, also preceded him in death.
He is survived by a son, Robert G. Burnette, Jr.; 3 daughters, Lydia Scrimpshire, Eudora Masuccio, and Patricia Diebel; 2 brothers, W. Nash and Turner A. Burnette; 2 granddaughters and 3 great granddaughters.
Mrs. Burns, a budget analyst, was born July 13, 1922 in Milam County to James Alonzo and Betty Virginia Francis Wilkinson.
She was preceded in death by her parents and one brother, James A. (Buck) Wilkinson, Jr.
She is survived by a son, David Burns of Brooklyn Park, MN; 2 brothers, Bobby R. of Cameron and Richard L. of Henderson; 5 sisters, Louise Swan of Lake Jackson, Erline Rogers of Robinson, Margie Jolly of Bellaire, Joyce Ellis and Pat Moraw of Cameron; a sister-in-law, Pearl Wilkinson of Cameron; 4 grandchildren, Virginia, David, Adam and Robert; 3 great grandchildren, Raul, Diego and Varella.
Mr. Cabron, a retired hardware salesman for E.L. Weid Hardware in Cameron, was born February 18, 1910 in Buckholts, TX. He was an Army veteran of WW II. He married Willie Mae Valka, February 6, 1934. She preceded him in death on June 26, 2000. Mr. Cabron was a member of St. Monica's Catholic Church. In addition to his wife, Mr. Cabron was preceded in death by 3 brothers and 3 sisters.
He is survived by one son, Douglas Cabron of Tyler and 1 grandchild.
Mr. Callaway was born in Mumford, Texas on October 20, 1914. As a young man, J.L. Callaway attended Hearne High School and then Meadows College in Shreveport, LA. After college, he move to Cameron and worked for the Milam Candy Company, a manufacturer and distributor of candy products throughout Central Texas. In 1934, J.L. joined the McLane Company where he began his career as an accountant and in 1936, moved into sales. In 1942, he answered the call of our government and enlisted in the U.S. Army where he worked with the Inspector General's staff until 1946. J.L. returned to McLane's and quickly became the number one salesman and in 1968 became the V.P. of Sales and Marketing. At the time of his retirement, J.L. had worked as an executive for the McLane Compay for 57 years, a tenure exceeded only by Drayton McLane, Sr. with 67 years.
His integrity and great spiritual leadership was also exhibited through a strong commitment to the First Christian Church in Cameron where he served as an elder for more than 40 years. During that time he taught the Youth Sunday School class for the next 30 years.
Mr. Callaway is survived by his wife of 67 years, Bonnelle Neinast Callaway and their one daughter, Jane Ada Callaway, a graduate of YOE High School.
Mr. Cardona, a baler operator for E.R. Carpenter Co. in Temple, was born July 28, 1976 in Cameron to Luis and Rosa Borgas Cardona.
He is survived by his wife, Michelle Trevino; a son, Jose Luis Cardona, III; 2 daughters, Isabel Cardona and Marissa Trevino, all of Cameron.
His parents, Rosa and Luis Cardona of Cameron; 2 brothers, Ruben and Marcus Cardona; 1 sister, Myra, also of Cameron.
His grandmother, Petra Carmona of Mexico and a great-grandmother, Ruth Lara of Cameron, also survive.
Mr. Caywood was born June 14, 1933 in Rockdale and graduated from Rockdale High School. He married Leila Buchanan in 1989. He had been a civil engineer and worked for ALCOA. Mr. Caywood was a Navy veteran.
Mr. Caywood is survived by his wife, Leila of Cameron; 4 step-sons, Bruce and Herbert of Wisconsin, Robert of Mississippi, and Donnie of Milano; 5 step-daughters, Brenda Harvey of Hempstead, Cynthia Howard and Betty Holmes of Bryan, Stella Bryan of Florida, and Marie Buegler of Rockdale; 20 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren.
Mr. Claxton is survived by a son, Jeff Claxton of Longview; a daughter, Robin Pandolta of Pearland; a brother, Thomas Frank Claxton of New Braunfels; a sister, Mary K. Rider of Cameron; and 1 grandchild.
Mr. Cochran, a retired construction carpenter, was born April 6, 1914 to Jeff and Margret Pratt Cochran.
He is survived by a son, Kenneth of Normangee; a daughter, Wanda Bagley of Cleveland; 5 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great-grandchild.
Mr. Cole, a retired machinist for CONOCO, was born July 5, 1923 to Mancel A. and Katherine Alfreda Shattuck Cole. He married Edith Mary Spratt on May 2, 1942 and she preceded him in death in January 10, 2002.
Mr. Cole graduated from Le Tourneau College in Longview, TX. He was an Army Air Corps veteran of W.W. II. Mr. Cole was a life-long member of the Trinity Baptist Church in Lake Charles, but most recently, a member of the First Baptist Church in Cameron.
He is survived by two sons, Spencer F. of Cameron and Brian R. Cole of Tulsa, OKLA; a daughter, Phyllis Tadlock of Kampala, Uganda; 3 grandchildren and 1 nephew.
Donations may be made to the Louisiana Baptist Children's Home or the Dry Creek Baptist Encampment.
Mr. Coody, a truck driver, was born October 6, 1944 in Bryan to James D. and Ann Tomek Coody.
He is survived by a daughter, Michelle Kuempel of Hutto; a brother, Robert Joe Coody of Boone, N.C. and a sister, JoAnn Biskup of Schertz.
Mr. Cook, a grocery store butcher, was born June 24, 1947 in McKinney, TX to Dennis and Daisy Cook. He was an Army veteran.
Mr. Cook is survived by a son, Chance; a daughter, Tammy; 3 brothers, Harold Cook of Cameron, Bill Cook of Bastrop, and Jerry Cook of Ft. Worth; 2 sisters, Betty Lundy and Kay Cushman, both of Ft. Worth.
Memorials may be made to the F.I.R.M. Area Baptists Mission Fund, 100 N. Central, Cameron, TX. 76520.
Mrs. Corona, a retired nurses's aid, was born on November 20,1929 in Cameron, TX to Isabel and Antonio Soriano. She was a member of Primera Iglesia Bautista in Cameron.
She is survived by her husband, Frank Corona, Jr., 3 sons; Rigo Valdez, Sammy Lopez, and Frank E. Corona III, all of Cameron; 1 daughter, Diana Rangel, also of Cameron.
12 grandchildren, 22 great grandchildren and 9 great-great-grandchildren.
Mrs. Coufal, a homemaker, was born August 22, 1921 to Harris and Katie Burns Plantt in Burleson County.
Mrs. Coufal was preceded in death by her husband, Walter, in 1999 and by two sisters, Mamie Wilha and Augusta Mahan, also two brothers, Oscar and Jimmy Plantt.
She is survived by; two sons, Sidney Ray of Nacogdoches and Larry G. of Cameron; two daughters, Kathryn Kim Coufal Fikes of Temple and Debra Kay Coufal Stone of Maysfield; 1 brother, Glenn Plantt of Bryan; two sisters, Hazel Broderick of Houston and Dorothy Wade of College Station.
4 grandchildren, Saraya Syd Sherman, Sabrina Syd Coufal, Colton Brady Coufal, and Christopher of Hutto.
Mrs. Crook was born October 31, 1912 in Cameron to Samuel Clark and Maybell Williams Cobb. She married Elliot Crook on June 23, 1932 and he preceded her in death after 69 years of marriage on November 25, 2001. Mrs. Crook retired from Southwestern Bell after 38 years of employment. She, also, worked for L & M Jewelers after her retirement. She was a long time member of the First Baptist Church of Cameron, a life member of the Order of the Eastern Star, Rockdale Chapter #23 and a member of the Porcelain Art/China Painting Guild.
In addition to her husband, Mrs. Crook was preceded in death by 1 sister and 3 brothers.
She is survived by a daughter, Carol Ann Litzman and husband, Ron of Houston; a sister, Mabel Lawhon of Minerva; 2 grandchildren, Jolene Marie and Scott Elliott Litzman; numerous nieces and nephews.
Mrs. Darilek was born May 17, 1921 in Moulton, TX to Frank and Julia Gieptner Pavlicek. Mrs. Darilek taught at St. Anthony's School in Cameron. She was a member of St. Monica's Catholic Church.
Mrs. Darilek was preceded in death by her husband, Jerome (Jerry) Darilek in 1999 and by 2 brothers, Franklin and George.
She is survived by 2 sons, Michael and wife, Kay, of Garland and Mark of Ennis; a daughter, Linda Nettles and husband, Eddie, of Brazoria; 1 brother, Otto Pavlicek of Cameron; 3 sisters, Julia Kainer of Victoria, Marcelline Blaha of Angleton, Georgiann Barta of Flatonia; 5 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren.
He is survived by his wife, Debra Kay Dohnalik of Marak; his parents, Frankie and Judy Dohnalik of Zabcikville; his grandparents, Frank and Vlasta Dohnalik and Catherine Gregory; a son, Tanner Thompson; a sister, Amy Dohnalik of Temple; a nephew, Tyler Burt of Temple, also survive.
Mrs. Dohnalik, a homemaker, was born August 14, 1919 in Cameron to Joe and Elizabeth Drozd Vauclin. She married Frank Dohnalik January 22, 1946. She was a member of Sts. Cyril & Methodius Catholic Church.
She was preceded in death by 4 grandchildren, Sarah Zavodny, Landon Zavodny, Candice Zavodny, and Kevin Dohnalik and by 4 brothers and 1 sister.
She is survived by her husband Frank J. Dohnalik, Sr. of Marak; a daughter, Mary F. Zavodny of Rogers; 3 sons, Anton J. Dohnalik of Cameron, Frank J. Dohnalik of Zabcikville, George R. Dohnalik of Cameron; 3 brothers, Cyril (Pete) Vaculin of Buckholts, Emil Vaculin of Cameron, and Laddie Vaculin of Buckholts.
Mr. Dusek was born June 18, 1922 in Cameron and was a retired mail carrier for the U.S. Postal Service. He was a Marine veteran of W.W. II, a lifetime member of the American Legion, Edwin Hardy Post #9 and a member of the First Baptist Church of Cameron.
Survivors include his wife, Dora Dusek of Cameron; a son, Kenneth of Cameron; a daughter, Linda Pollard and husband, Phil of Rockdale; a brother, Rev. Thomas Dusek of Cloud Croft, New Mexico; 2 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchldren.
Miss Elliott was born September 9, 1938 to Marvin (Jack) and Millie Richter Elliott. Dorothy Ann graduated from C.H. Yoe High School in 1956. She attended Durham Business College in Dallas and was employed by Dallas Commercial Warehouses for over 30 years. She was a member of the Desoto Christian Church.
She is survived by a brother, Rich Elliott of Midlothian; a special aunt, Mrs. Tillie Warren of Temple and numerous other aunts, uncles and cousins.
Mr. Eisfeldt was born February 6, 1924 in Thorndale to August and Bertha Marie Heidrick Eisfeldt. He retired from Southern Pacific, Missouri, and Union Railroad where he worked as a bridge foreman for 30 years.
He was preceded in death by 4 brothers, John Paul, Henry August, Alvin Eldon and Arnold Elton Eisfeldt; one sister, Caroline Louise Eisfeldt; 5 nephews and 6 nieces.
He is survived by a son, Archie Mraz of Caldwell; 2 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren, also survive.
Mr. Fikes was born January 15, 1930 in Cameron. He was a graduate of C.H. Yoe High School, a member of San Andres Masonic Lodge # 170 of Cameron. Mr. Fikes was an Air Force veteran of the Korean Conflict and a retired millwright of ALCOA in Rockdale.
Survivors include his wife, June Fikes of Cameron; 2 sons, Terry Denson of Cameron and David Lynn of Bristol, VA; a step-son, William Pratt of Cameron; a daughter, Jill Suzanne Heitman of Sour Lake, a step-daughter, Terre Sutton of Georgetown; a brother, Elby Fikes; a sister, Doris of Sutherland Springs; and 7 step-grandchildren.
He is survived 2 sons, Charles M. Finney, Jr. and Michael Finney; a brother, Marion F. Finney, Jr. of Lawton, OK. and a sister, Mary Elizabeth Ehrhardt of Spring.
Mr. Fisher, Registered Professional Land Surveyor #558, was born July 25, 1925 in Milam County to Frank Blaine and Elinor Massey Fisher. He was a member of the Texas Society of Professional Surveyors, the American Congress of Surveying and Mapping, the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Liberty Cemetery Association. Mr. Fisher was a Navy veteran of WW II.
He was preceded in death by his parents, by his wife Opal Belle Blackmon Fisher, by grandson Sandon Marshall and by brother, Clyde Laverne Fisher.
He is survived by 4 sons, William (Bill) Layne and wife Mary of Gause, Harold Blaine Fisher, Jr. and wife Lynn, Darrell Glenn Fisher and wife Suzanne, and John David (J. D.) Fisher and wife Tami all of Houston; 3 daughters, Dodie Fisher Wilkins and husband Bob of Cameron, Cheryl Lynn Fisher Groat and husband Corky of Austin and LaRaye Fisher of Houston; 2 sisters, Mary Beth Fisher Fall of Houston and Robbie Lee Fisher Vestal of Humble; 22 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.
Mrs. Ford is survived several nieces and nephews.
He is survived by his wife, Betty Franzl of Temple; 2 step-sons, George Bowman of Cameron and Jim Bowman of Dallas; 2 sons and 4 step-daughters, Roberta Louise Franzl of Fairview, NJ, Lynee Gertrude Franzl Contreras of San Bernadino, CA, Annie Bowman Melton of Dallas, Betsy Bowman Davis of Buckshot's, Mary Bowman Michelic of Shinnston WV, and Laura Bowman Rochelle of Killeen; 19 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren, also survive.
Mr. Fuchs, a retired farmer, was born December 6, 1930 to Ernest, Jr. and Anna Vlasta Svetlik Fuchs. He was a member of the Hope Lutheran Church and an Army veteran.
He is survived by 2 brothers, Ernest of Hillsboro and Dwight Fuchs of Georgetown and 1 sister, Marian Wright of Richmond.
Memorials may be made to Hope Lutheran Church or to the Hope Lutheran Memorial Park Cemetery of Buckholts.
Mrs. Gilbert, a homemaker was born January 13, 1907 in Milam County to Antone and Rosa Manek Kohutek. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Cameron. Mrs. Gilbert was preceded in death by her husband, W.H. Gilbert in 1978 and by 4 brothers and 1 sister.
She is survived by 2 sons, I.T. Gilbert of Cameron and W.E. Gilbert of Temple; 3 daughters, Mary Persky Johnson of Ft. Worth, Dorothy Mitcham Kopriva and Pearl James of Cameron; 14 grandchildren, 29 great-grandchildren and 15 great-great-grandchildren.
Mr. Glaser was born August 28, 1947 in Cameron, Texas to Martha Drozd and A. L. Glaser, Sr. He lived in Buckholts all of his life. He was a retired Electrical Maintenance Supervisor for Alcoa and was currently employed at ABB Power T & D out of Houston.
He graduated from Buckholts High School in 1965 and from Southwest Texas University in 1969. He married Dana Balusek on September 2, 1972 in Buckholts. He was a member of the Evangelical Brethren Church of Buckholts.
Mr. Glaser was preceded in death by his father A.L. Glaser, Sr.
He is survived by his wife, Dana Glaser; a daughter, Brooke; a son, Brian and his mother, Martha Glaser, all of Buckholts.
Mr. Gray, a retired painting contractor, was born October 26, 1915 in Camp Creek, Texas. He was an Army veteran with the 24th Infantry Division.
He is survived by his wife, Lois Peck Gray of Bryan; a son, Johnny E. Gray and wife, Billie of Franklin; a sister, Jo Dobbins of Houston; a brother-in-law, Billy E. Peck and wife, Melissa of Cameron; 3 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren.
Mrs. Gurecky, an administrative assistant with the Civil Service, was born August 17, 1930 in Boston, Massachusetts to John and Barbara Rundle MacCallum. She was an Air Force veteran.
She is survived by her husband, John Gurecky of Copperas Cove; a son, Robert Gurecky of Austin; a daughter, Barbara Jane Taylor of Cedar Park; 2 brothers, John MacCallum of Pennsylvania and Donald MacCallum of Milwaukee, Wisconsin and a sister, Barbara Fowler of Sanford, North Carolina.
Memorials may be made to Vistacare Hospice in Temple, Texas.
He is survived by 2 sons, Stanley Hairston and Rick Hairston, both of Rockdale; a sister, Phoebe Ann Macik of Marlow; 11 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren, also survive.
Mrs. Hardin, a retired speech teacher for Cameron and Gladewater School Districts, was born December 15, 1908 in Branchville to Leonard and Jo Payne Blaylock. She studied speech at Baylor University and at the University of Texas in Austin. She and her sister, Gladys McLane were co-owners of Hardin's Jewerly and Gifts.
She was a life-long member of the First Baptist Church in Cameron. Mrs. Hardin was preceded in death by her husband, O.B. "Doc" Hardin in 1999.
She is survived by her daughter, Rebecca Hardin Weaver of Richmond, VA.
Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association, the First Baptist or the First Presbyterian Churchs of Cameron.
Mr. Hayes, a I & E technician, was born December 14, 1956 in Sinton to Reginald Roland and Melba Ruth Keith Hayes. He was a military veteran having served in the United States Navy.
He is survived by his wife, Beth Hayes of Mathis; a son, Joshua Michael Hayes of Baton Rouge, LA.; a daughter, Jessica Marie Hayes of Tennessee; his mother, Melba Hayes of Cameron and a sister, Linda Schmidt of Mathis.
Mr. Hendrix, a missionary for over 35 years in Mexico, was born April 22, 1939 in Woodville to James Martin and Lucy Anthony Weidner Hendrix. He had taught electrical engineering for the Texas A&M Extension Service.
He is survived by his wife, Linda Hendrix of Vera Cruz; a son, Joel of Montgomery; 4 daughters, Melynda Locke of Austin, Anna Pape of Austin, Rebekah Dent of Gause, Julie Hendrix of Vera Cruz; a brother, Martin Eugene Hendrix of Schertz and 13 grandchildren.
Memorials may be made to Mexico Missions, Mills Road Baptist Church, 12515 Ann Lane, Houston, TX 77064.
He is survived by his wife, Edith Ethel of Hoyte; a son, Clyde William Hensley of Richardson; two daughters, Jeanne Hensley Smith of Corpus Christi and Deborah Hensley Rush of Woodlands; 8 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild, also survive.
Mrs. Henson, a homemaker, was born April 6, 1911 in Milam County to Herman and Katy Dueser Zedlitz. She was raised in the Norman Valley community of Milam County and graduated from C. H. Yoe High School in Cameron.
She married John Henson November 22, 1930 and he preceded her in death on May 20, 1993. She was a member of the Hope Lutheran Church in Buckholts. She was also preceded in death by grandson Michael David Henson; a brother Rudolph Zedlitz and sister-in-law Bessie Zedlitz.
She is survived by a son, David Henson of Austin; a daughter, Betty Nichols of Temple; 6 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren.
Mrs. Ingram is survived by 2 daughters, Peggy Matula and Mary Ingram, both of Cameron; 15 grandchildren and 22 great grandchildren.
Mrs. Janicek is survived by a daughter, Evelyn Marek of Cameron; 3 grandchildren, 8 great grandchildren and 1 great great grandchild.
Mrs. Janek was born August 20, 1918 in Milam County to Joseph and Mary Biskup Zalesky. She worked as a retail clerk in Chili's Shoe Store and other Cameron businesses. She was a member of St. Monica's Catholic Church and K.J.Z.T.
She was preceded in death by 3 brothers, Frank, Benard and Emil Zalesky and one sister, Mary Hurtik.
Mrs. Janek is survived by her husband, Joe Janek of Cameron; one daughter, Georgia Ann Rozner of Houston; one sister, Bernice Janek of Ft. Worth; 2 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.
She is survived by a son, Jack Johns and wife, Annette of Houston; a grandson, Stephen Johns and wife, Lisa of Katy; 2 great grandchildren, Ashley and Christopher, also survive.
Mrs. Johnson, a homemaker, was born November 22, 1928 in Grandview, Texas to Bill and Thelma Ledbetter McComas.
She is survived by her husband, R.N. Johnson of Cameron; a son, Ralph Johnson of Rockdale; 5 daughters, Letitia Bussard of Cameron, Guinalda Johnson of Oklahoma, Naamah Gonzales of Ben Arnold, Pat Hernandez of Temple and Mina Miller of Cameron; 1 brother, Jim McComas of Cleburne and 1 sister, Billie Glynn of Cleburne; 17 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren.
She was born in Temple on March 20, 2002 and is survived by her mother, Shanqueeda Jones of Rosebud; her stepfather, Rodney Law of Rosebud; a sister, Tyrianna Simone Lemmons of Rosebud; grandparents, Effie Jones of Rosebud and Jimmy Lee Scott of Waco; great grandparents, Seattle Ross of Rosebud, Helen Mae Ross of Dallas and Jim and Ethel Scott of Cameron.
He is survived by a daughter, Carolyn Smith of Houston and a brother, Raymond Juergens of Temple.
Mr. Jurcak, a retired farmer, was born March 2, 1916 in Galveston to George and Annie Marek Jurcak. He married Minnie Annie Frerichs in 1938 and she preceded him in death in 1994. He was also preceded in death by his brother, Louis Jurcak.
Mr. Jurcak is survived by a daughter, Nancy Jurcak Roelse of Dallas and 2 grandchildren.
Mrs. Kercheville, a retired teacher, was born March 6, 1937 to Claude and Olive Henderson Bradbury in San Antonio, TX.
She was a graduate of C.H. Yoe High School and a 1959 graduate of Baylor University. She taught school for 40 years in the Houston and Cypress Fairbanks School Districts.
She was a member of the Jersey Village Baptist Church.
She is survived by her husband, James D. Kercheville of Jersey Village; a son, Kevin of Cedar Park; a sister, Ann Bradbury Elliott of Hilton Head, N.C.
2 granddaughter, Kristi and Kourtney Kercheville.
She is survived by a brother-in-law, Ardell Blake of Houston; a sister, Ethel Pearl Hassell of Tulsa, OK; 2 nieces, also survive.
Mrs. Klecka is survived by 2 sons, Johnny Klecka of Buckholts and Anton Klecka of Temple; 4 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren.
Mrs. Koenig, a retired school secretary with the Tombal School District, was born December 28, 1937 in Oregon to Frank E. and Grace Roberta Cade White.
She had also worked for the Internal Revenue Service and as a teletype operator for the Texas Department of Corrections. She was a member of the Baptist Church.
She is survived by her husband, Lester Koenig of Marquez; a son, Cade Koenig and wife, Tammye of Marquez; a brother, Charles White of Willis; a sister, Echo Ferguson of Austin; 3 grandchildren, Taylor, Haley and Caden.
He is survived by his parents, a daughter, Marrisa Labrada of Buckholts; 2 sisters, Suellen and Anna Lumbreras.
He is survived by 4 sons, Jerry Joe and Richard Lesikar, both of Buckholts, Albert Lesikar of Rogers, and Raymond Lesikar of Lott; 3 sisters, Mary Frances Pope of San Antonio, Annie Welborn of Hinesvill, GA, and Doris Lesikar Rodriguez of Temple; 4 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren, also survive.
Mrs. Lopez, a homemaker, was born September 16, 1919 to Salvador and Dorotea Hernandez Vasquez. Mrs. Lopez was a member of Templo Calvario in Cameron. She was preceded in death by numerous brothers and sisters.
She is survived by 2 daughters, Guadalupe Balboa of Cameron and Santos Hernandez of Houston; 2 brothers, John Vasquez of the Wilson Community and Matthew Basquez of Cameron; 8 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren.
He is survived by his wife, Gloria Flores Lopez of Cameron; 3 sons, Gabriel, Phillip Joe, and Richard Allen Lopez, all of Cameron; a daughter, Sylvia Lewis of Cameron; 3 brothers, Geraldo Lopez of Bryan, Guadalupe Lopez of Buckholts, and Richard Lopez of Cameron; 6 sisters, Janie Montalbo of Buckholts, Olga Chaney and Yolanda Castillo, both of Waxahachie, Virginia Benavides of Maypearl, Mary Riley of Salado, and Antonia Lopez of Cameron; 13 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren, also survive.
Mr. Manning is survived by a son, Edward James Manning, II of Green Bay, WI; a daughter, Annette Sanford of Freeport; a sister, Theresa Rose of San Antonio; 4 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren.
Mrs. Massingill, a retired postal employee and farmer, was born August 13, 1925 in Aleman to Clarence Bruce and Hattie Esther Scheider Schrank. She attended St. Paul Lutheran School and graduated from Evant High School. She married Bruce L. Massingill January 12, 1944 in Hamilton. After WW II, they moved to Milam County and farmed at Buckholts and Sharp. In 1973, She moved to Temple and worked for the US Postal Office before retiring in 1990. She was a member of Hope Lutheran Church in Buckholts and Immanuel Lutheran in Temple.
Mrs. Massingill was preceded in death by her husband; a son , Leslie Ray Massingill; one grandson, Michael Sevcik; and 2 brothers, Clifford and Clarence Schrank.
She is survived by 2 daugthers, Mary Jean Hall of Red Oak and Margaret Sevcik of Round Rock; a brother, Clayton Schrank of Belton; a sister, Mildred Arnold of Buckshot's; 3 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren.
Mrs. Monroe, retired owner and operator of Berniece's Dress Shop was born Juanuary 12, 1923 in Cameron to Hilry H. and Beulah Stiles Stedman. She was a 1940 graduate of C.H. YOE High School and attended Baylor University and the University of Texas. She married Dana Monroe on June 15, 1944. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church, a past school board member, member of the Ladies Golf Association, a member of the Central Texas Hospital Auxiliary, a member of the Three Arts Club, and she had served on the Board of Directors for the Cameron Country Club. Mrs. Monroe had, also, been a past recipient of the Citizen of the Year Award.
She was preceded in death by her brother, Dick Stedman and by a sister, Mary Jo Stroup. She is survived by her husband, Dana Monroe of Cameron; a daughter, Jane Monroe of Cameron; 2 sons, Danny Monroe and wife, Pam of Trinity and Mark Monroe of Cameron; a sister, Jane S. David of Houston; 4 grandchildren, David Mark, Jr., Laura Fuller, Claton and Taylor Monroe.
Mrs. Moore was born October 30, 1912 in Milam County to Joseph A. and Sarah Comfort Ferry Miller. She was a retired retail sales clerk for Weingardens Grocers and was a member of the Houston First Baptist Church.
Survivors include a son, Carl A. Moore of Lufkin; a daughter, Ferra B. Driggers of Nacogdoches; 6 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren.
She is survived by a daughter, Marie Gregory and a sister, Mary Alma Jones.
Mr. Orsag was born in Buckshot's to Louis and Frances Provasek Orsag. He lived 33 years in the New Llano/Verno Parish area. He was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Leesville, LA., the American Legion Post 387 in New Llano and the SPJST in Buckholts.
Mr. Orsag, a master sergeant, retired from the U.S. Army in 1975 after 31 years. One of his many military awards included the Legion of Merit medal.
Survivors include; his wife, Evelyn Hundle Orsag of New Llano, LA.; 2 daughters, Deanne Ungar of Nolanville and Wanda Laguaite of Leonardtown, MD.; 5 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren.
Mrs. Ottmer was born in Yorktown, TX on July 14, 1918. She was a retired school cook for the Rockdale ISD after 20 years. She was a member of the Peace Lutheran Church in Rockdale.
She is survived by a son, Roy Ottmer of Ft. Worth; w daughters, Joyce and Sammie Ferguson of Fairfield, Alice and Homer Mowdy of Rockdale, and Katherine and Leroy Vansa of Cameron; 10 grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren and 1 great great grandchild.
He is survived by his wife, Nellie Partee of Belton; 2 sons, Dennis F. Partee and wife, Martha, of Marshall and Stanley E. Partee and wife, Sara, of Frisco; a daughter, Patricia A. Albrecht and husband, Reggie, of New Braunfels; and 3 sisters, Marie Threadgill, Nora Faye Roberson, and Doris Jean Lemon, all of Cameron; 7 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren, also survive.
She is survived by her father, Max McClaren of Cameron; a son, Steven McClaren Perrone of Memphis, TN; a daughter, Jamie Spikes of Bryan; a sister, Melanie Reed of Cameron; 2 grandchildren, also survive.
She is survived by a daughter, Marie Kelley of Georgetown; 4 grandchildren, 6 great grandchildren, and 3 great great grandchildren, also survive.
Infant Puester is survived by her parents, John and Genina Puester and a sister, Azariah Peuster, all of Harker Heights; grandparents, John Peuster of Harker Heights and Rose Phillips and husband Bob of Owensville, MO., also, Damon and Betty Balboa of Cameron; great grandparents, Theodore and Martha Balboa of Cameron.
Mrs. Pimpler was born December 8, 1913 at Burlington, TX. She was a retired dress factory seamstress and member of the United Church of Christ in Ben Arnold.
Survivors include; a son, Rodney C. Pimpler of Mexia; a daughter, Dee Obermiller of Cameron; 2 sisters, Londina Engbrock of Waco and Hattie Kaulfus of Temple; 1 grandchild and 3 great grandchildren.
Ms. Pratt, a homemaker, was born September 28, 1929 in Giddings to Fritz W. and Stella Middleton Sump. She was a member of the Battetown Baptist Church and the V.F.W. Ladies Auxiliary.
She is survived by 2 sons, Larry E. Pratt of Cameron and Fritz E. Pratt of Belton; 5 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren.
She is survived by a son, Walter Pyle,Jr. of Cameron; a daughter, Susan Pyle Hart of Odessa; and a brother, Joseph T. Sneed of San Francisco; 5 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren, also survive
Mr. Ramsey was born on October 24, 1923 in Blanchard Oklahoma to William Adolphus Ramsey, Sr. and Ruby Imogene Winchester Ramsey. He served in the U. S. Army during W.W.II in Europe. He married Bettye Joyce Metcalf of Milano on June 6, 1944. They lived in Houston, where he worked for Champion Paper Co. for over 35 years, until his retirement in 1985. They, then, moved to Buckholts.
He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife of 52 years, his son, Curtis Wayne, his grandson, Michael Wayne, and 3 great grandchildren.
He is survived by a son, William w. "Bill" Ramsey of Buckshot's; 3 daughters, Bettye Jean Cloyd of Casper, Wyoming, Sandra Ann Davis of Rye, Texas and Brenda Colette Shield of Pasadena, Texas; a sister, Mary Louise Campbell of Buda, Texas; 11 grandchildren, 9 great grandchildren, and 1 great great grandchild.
She is survived by her husband, Joel Reese of Bryan; a son, Clyde Allan Reese of Bryan; a daughter, Cynthia Nethery of Huntsville; a brother, J.W. Hilton of Bryan; and a sister, Sharon Moore of Bryan; 2 grandchildren, also survive.
Mr. Reisner was born March 16, 1955 in Cameron to Vince and Josie Kubeczka Reisner. He was a member of St. Monica's Catholic Church. He worked for M & M Farm Supply in Cameron.
He is survived by 2 brothers, Anton and wife Melba of Houston and Vince Rieser of Cameron; 1 nephew, Charles A. Reisner.
Mr. Rice is survived by a son, Richard Rice of Little Rock, AK; 3 daughters, Kim Meyer and Glenda Reddler, both of Wayeland MS and Denna Reinke of Metairie, LA; 2 brothers, James Rice of Crawford and Michael Rice of Buckholts; 2 sisters, Freda Fatherree of Rockdale and Beverly Wheeler of Milano; 6 granchildren and 1 great grandchild, also survive.
Mrs. Richards was born in Milam County on March 7, 1914. She was a graduate of C.H. YOE High School. She worked as a beauty salon operator in Cameron from 1941 until 1971 when she relocated to Austin. In Austin, she worked as a state deaf coordinator for the Mental Health and Mental Retardation Department. Mrs. Richards was a member of the Rosedale Baptist Church in Austin. She was preceded in death by her husband, Frank Richards in 1969 and by a daughter, R.M. Richards.
She is survived a son, Charles Richards and wife, Margret of San Antonio; 2 brothers, Monroe Kennedy of Rockdale and Howard Kennedy of Sweeny; 2 granddaughters, Tammy and Renee; 5 great grandchildren, Eric, Steven, Amanda, Julia and Mark.
Mrs. Robbins, a homemaker, was born January 10, 1913 in Cameron to August and Caroline Mondrik Hertenberger. She married Alton W. Robbins on December 23, 1933 and he preceded her in death in 1996. She was a member of the New Beginnings Gospel Tabernacle. She was also preceded in death by 2 sisters, Mildred Peiske and Mabel Riola.
She is survived by 3 daughters, Wallye Gene Robbins Day and Cheryl Gay Robbins Staton and Jacqueline Gwynn Robbins Pate, all of Austin; 1 sister, Grace Ione Kohutec of Cameron; 5 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild.
Mrs. Rocha, a homemaker, was born April 12, 1931 in Jones Praire to Madelano and Felicitas Vasquez Santellano.
She is survived by her husband, Jose Angel Rocha, Sr. of Hearne; a son, Joe Rocha, Jr. of Hearne; 5 daughters, Elvira Perez and Mary Jane Vega of Hearne, Teresa Marquez of Cedar Creek, Martha Rocha of Cameron, and Dominga Ramirez of Bryan; a sister, Victoria Cantu of San Antonio; 15 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
Mr. Rollings was born on September 20, 1919 in Batesville, Arkansas to John W. and Sarah E. Rollings. He was raised on a farm in southwest Missouri near Springfield. He married Eloise Lively of Bryant Station, Texas on April 11, 1942 in Galveston, Texas.
He served 21 years in the U. S. Navy retiring in 1957 as a Warrant Officer W-1. He was one of 59 survivors of the sinking of the U. S. Destroyer Leary (DD158) by a German submarine near Iceland on Christmas Eve 1943. He also served in the Pacific at Layte Gulf, Iwo Jima and Okinawa. After retiring from the Navy, he worked for the U. S. Postal Service in Shreveport, Louisiana.
Mr. Rollings was a member of the Rogers Church of Christ, the Retired Officers Association, the Disabled American Veterans, and the Buckholts Lions Club.
Mr. Rollings wsa preceded in death by 7 brothers and 2 sisters.
He is survived by his wife, Eloise Rollings of Bucksholt; a daughter and son-in-law, Delores and Dan Barnett of Kingwood and three grandchildren, Tim, Pam, and Kay; also survived by one brother, Lewis Rollings of Springfield, Missouri; one sister, Betty Watkins of Kansas City, Missouri; and many nieces and nephews.
In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to the Rogers Church of Christ, the World War II Memorial Fund, or the Buckholts Lions Club.
He is survived by a son, Willie F. Roschetzky, Jr. of Ft. Worth; 2 daughters, Mary Jo Wysong of Whitehall and Gladys Roschetzky of Cameron; a brother, Johnnie A. Roschetzky of Pendleton; 4 grandchildren, also survive.
Mrs. Salinas, a retired restaurant owner, was born June 15, 1920 to Walter and Edna Kelley Morgan in Milam County. Mrs. Salinas was preceded in death by her husband, Gable Salinas.
She is survived by 6 sisters; Vera Williams of Montgomery, Miriam Morgan of Milano, Mary Ponder and Edna Jean Olin, both of Tomball, Minnie Ruzicka of Cameron, and Joan Griffith of Rockdale.
A member of the First United Methodist Church, Virginia served in various capacities and acted as treasurer for a number of years. She was a past-president of Cameron PTA, served on the Library Boards, volunteered for the Museum and Blood Bank, and was a life member of the Milam County Chapter National Retired Federal Employees. She was also past-president of United Methodist Women, past Matron, Life and 50 year member of the Eastern Star, she served in various offices in the Grand Chapter of Texas, and was Life Member of the Central Texas Hospital Auxiliary. She retired from Alcoa in 1975.
Mrs. Sanders is survived by one daughter, Carol Sanders Barr; 3 grandchildren and their spouses, Mike and Cindy Barr, Tracy (Barr) and William Phelps, and Jason and Becky Barr; 6 great-grandchildren, 3 step-great grandchildren, and 2 step-great-great grandchildren, and a niece.
Miss Schmidt was born June 26, 1976 in Taft, TX to Smitty and Linda Hayes Schmidt. She had worked at several locations as a clerk/secretary, most recently at the Spohn Bee County Hospital in Beeville.
She is survived by her parents, Smitty and Linda Schmidt; a brother, Jason Bradley; her grandparents, Gerald James and Marjorie Dobi Schmidt, all of Mathis and Melba Hayes of Cameron; her fiancÚ, Jason Gamel of Skidmore and a nephew, Peyton Bradley Schmidt of Beeville.
He is survived by his wife of 51 years, Ollie of Bryan; a son, Larry of Bryan; 2 sisters, Glynora Pachall and Maurine West, both of Bryan; a brother, Vivian C. Sheffield of Houston; 2 grandchildren, also survive.
She is survived by her husband, Billy Shelander of Cameron; a son, Charles Thomas Shelander of Clarksville, TN; 2 daughters, Anne Easterling of Austin and Layne Tinney of Belton; a brother, Tom Cooper of San Antonio; a sister, Kathy Mitchell of Gause and 4 grandchildren.
She is survived by her husband, Ted Smith of Cameron; 2 sons, James Calvin Smith of Cameron and Melvin Lee Smith of LaFayette, LA; a daughter, Vickie Shuffield; 2 brothers; C.L. (Shorty) Williams of Travis and Melvin Williams of Wylie; 2 sisters, Juanita (Sue) Diver of Cameron and Jeanette Charanza of Cameron; 4 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren, also survive.
Mrs. Smith, a homemaker, was born June 4, 1958 in Temple to Robert Burns and Gloria Ann Weems Claypool. She was predede in death by her sister, Leslie Claypool in 1999.
She is survived by her husband, John A. Smith III of College Station; a son, John A. Smith IV of College Station; her mother, Gloria Claypool of Cameron; a brother Robert Burns, also, of College Station.
Mrs. Spicak is survived by a daughter, Marie Spicak of Cameron; a brother, Albert Durnie of Cameron; 3 sisters, Marcella Williams of Little Rock, AK, Ida Juergens of Cameron and Lucille Wood of Kendallville, IN.
Ms. Tamez was born March 29, 1935 in Cameron to Ysidoro and Maria Garcia Tamez. She worked as a home launderer for many years. She was a member of St. Monica's Catholic Church. She was preceded in death by her parents and by one brother, Dan Tamez.
She is survived by; 2 brothers, Reuben Tamez of Killeen and Ysidoro Tamez of Mesquite; 5 sisters, Felicitas Marin of Corcoran, CA, Mary Ruiz of Bryan, Margaret Lopez of Rockdale, Alice Waneck of Cameron, and Esperanza Tamez of Round Rock.
She is survived by a niece and three nephews.
Mrs. Tomek was born July 28, 1926 to Joseph and Julia Pustejovsky Bartek in Cameron.
She worked as a bookkeeper/secretary for Central Freight Lines, as well as for the St. Joseph's Catholic School in Killeen. Later, she worked for the Cameron Chamber of Commerce.
She was a member of St. Monica's Catholic Church and K.J.T. # 39, as well as, a member of the V.F.W. Ladies Auxiliary.
Mrs. Tomek is survived by her husband, Charlie of Cameron; 2 daughters, Colleen Provasek of Livingston and Judy Pilotte of Plano; 3 sisters, Viola Sevcik of Buckholts, Margie Vaculin and Jo Ann Zarosky of Cameron.
2 grandchildren, Susan and Jared Provasek, also survive.
Mrs. Van Bibber was born in July 13, 1909 in Cameron to Charlie Angell and Nancy Castle. She worked as a secretary at James Conally Air Force Base and as a bookkeeper for the Waco Lion's Club. Mrs. Van Bibber is survived by a son, Richard Reid of Round Rock and a daughter, Sandra Hillis; 2 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews, also survive.
Mr. Vansa, a life-long farmer, was born September 3, 1907 in Flatonia, Texas to John and Anna Kalina Vansa. He married Louise Sustek on April 17, 1928. He was a member of Sts. Cyril and Meithodius Catholic Church in Marak.
He was preceded in death by a son, Joe Frank Vansa, on June 23, 1936, and by two brothers, John and Louis, as well as a sister, Marie Vansa.
He is survived by his wife, Louise of Marak; 3 sons, Alfred of Marak, Eugene of Cameron, and Billy of Temple; 3 daughters, Dorothy Mueck of Cameron, Evelyn Bravenec of Seaton and Margie Sommer of Humble; 1 brother, Joe of Marak.
10 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren, and 3 great-great-grandchildren.
Mrs. Vega was born December 24, 1927 in Gonzales to Aldolfo Andrafeala Mata. She worked as a nurse's aid at Colonial Nursing Home in Cameron. She was a member of St. Monica's Catholic Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Ray Vega in 1995.
Mrs. Vega is survived by; 2 sons, Ray Vega III and Arnold Vega of Cameron; 2 daughters, Beatrice Castillo and Irene Rangel of Cameron; 2 sisters, Sophia Botello of Lampasas and Lola Moreno of Abilene; 7 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren.
She is survived by her husband, Frank J. Dohnalik, Sr. of Cameron; 3 sons, Anton and George Dohnalik, both of Cameron, and Frank J. Dohnalik of Zabcikville; a daughter, Mary R. Zavodny of Rogers; 3 brothers, Cyryl (Pete) Vaculin and Laddie Vaculin, both of Buckshot's, and Emil Vaculin of Cameron; 5 grandchildren and 1 great grandchildren, also survive.
She is survived by her mother, Betty Luckey of Temple; a daughter, Kristy Elia of Porter; 2 brothers, Stephen Halpain of Porter and James Luckey of Seattle, WA; 2 grandchildren, also survive.
Mrs. Wilkins, a homemaker was born April 3, 1922 in Eurgene, Oregon to Dean William and Ruby Iola Hodgdon Hatch. She was a member of First Baptist Church and a member of the Central Texas Hospital Auxiliary.
She is preceded in death by 3 brothers and 2 sisters.
Mrs. Wilkins is survived by her husband, Russell Wilkins of Cameron; 3 sons, Bob and John Wilkins of Cameron and David of China Springs; 6 grandchildren, Rusty Wilkins, Jeanne Diane Wilkins, Donna Hobbs, Laura Wilkins, Joshua and Joel Wilkins; 3 great grandchildren, Brandon, Elana and Emily.
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