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Virginia B. Adams

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HEREFORD - Virginia B. Adams, 83, died Friday, Dec. 21, 2001.

Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday in Aboriginal United Methodist Abbey with Dr. Tom Fuller officiating. Burial will be in West Park Cemetery of Hereford by Parkside Chapel Burial Home of Hereford.

Ms. Adams was built-in Dec. 20, 1918, in Lubbock, the babe of Irwin and Robert Barr. She affiliated Milton Adams on June 15, 1941, in Lubbock. She was a alum of Texas Tech University and confused to Hereford in 1946.

She was appointed the aboriginal admiral of the Deaf Smith County Alcove of Business Women's Division in 1968.

She afterwards served as a affiliate of the assignment force and beautification lath in which she was actual active in allowance arrect the "Windmill Park" abutting to the Santa Fe Railroad Depot. She was additionally called "Woman of the Year" in 1979 by the alcove of commerce.

She was preceded in afterlife by her husband; and three sisters.

Survivors accommodate a son, Bryan Adams of San Angelo; two grandchildren, Cody Adams of Austin and Jacy Adams of Christoval; three nephews; and a niece.

The ancestors suggests memorials be to a admired charity.

Amarillo Globe-News, Dec. 23, 2001

Clayton Henry Cook

VEGA - Clayton Henry Cook, 89, died Friday, Dec. 21, 2001.

Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday in Vega United Methodist Abbey with the Rev. J.B. Fowler and the Rev. Mark Phillips, above pastors, officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery of Vega by Vega Burial Home.

Mr. Cook was built-in in Moundridge, Kan., and had been a citizen of Vega for added than 60 years. He was a farmer. He was a affiliate and administrator in Vega United Methodist Abbey for 57 years.

He was a affiliate of the Vega Kiwanis Club, area he captivated absolute appearance for 50 years and served as abettor governor in 1959 for the Texas/Oklahoma district.

He was a 50-year affiliate of Masonic Lodge No. 899. He played abounding roles in Amarillo Little Theatre productions and served on the lath of the Amarillo Symphony as able-bodied as West Texas Fine Arts Committee.

He was the Oldham County Democratic administrator for 50 years. He affiliated Margery Maxine Manning on April 13, 1941, in Adrian.

He was preceded in afterlife by a son, Ron Cook, in 1996.

Survivors accommodate his wife, Marge; a daughter, Melanie Allred of Vega; two sons, Mike Cook of Amarillo and Larry Cook of Paducah; a brother, Warren Cook of Vega; six grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.

The ancestors will be at 407 Eighth St. in Vega.

The anatomy will be accessible for examination from apex to 6 p.m. today and from 10 a.m. to apex Monday at the burial home.

The ancestors suggests memorials be to King's Manor, 400 Ranger, Hereford, TX 79045; Alzheimer's Association, 2200 W. Seventh Ave., Amarillo, TX 79106; Memorial Park Cemetery of Vega; or BSA Hospice & Activity Enrichment Center.

Amarillo Globe-News, Dec. 23, 2001

Connie Perez

FRIONA - Connie Perez, 64, died Friday, Dec. 21, 2001.

Services will be at 2 p.m. today in St. Teresa's Catholic Abbey of Friona with the Rev. Ed Sweeney, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Friona Cemetery by Ellis Blackwell Burial Home.

Mrs. Perez was a Friona citizen for the accomplished 34 years. She was a retired nurses' abettor with Parmer County Community Hospital in Friona.

Survivors accommodate three sons, Hector Perez of Amarillo, Cipriano Aragon of Friona and Bobby Aragon of Clovis, N.M.; two daughters, Lisa Alaniz of Friona and Christina Loera of Amarillo; two sisters, Margaret Flores of Las Cruces, N.M., and Martha Avalos of El Paso; a brother, Nicholas Vargas Jr. of Tucson, Ariz.; eight grandchildren; and a great-grandchild.

The ancestors suggests memorials be to BSA Hospice of Amarillo.

Amarillo Globe-News, Dec. 23, 2001

John R. Stevenson

HEREFORD - John R. Stevenson, 99, died Saturday, Dec. 22, 2001.

Graveside casework will be at 1 p.m. Monday in West Park Cemetery of Hereford. Memorial casework will be at 2 p.m. Monday in the Lamar Room at King's Manor with Carmen Flood officiating. Arrange are by Rix Burial Directors of Hereford.

Mr. Stevenson was built-in Dec. 16, 1902, in Silverton. He affiliated Ruby Mildred Wade on Aug. 6, 1945, in Albuquerque, N.M.

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Survivors accommodate a son, Raymond M. Stevenson of Roswell, N.M.; four brothers, T.E. Stevenson of Ventura, Calif., H.H. Stevenson of Colorado City, and A.C. Stevenson and Charles Stevenson both of San Angelo; a sister, Morean Cook of Graham; four grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandchild.

The ancestors suggests memorials be to King's Manor Methodist Home, 400 Ranger, Hereford, TX 79045.

Amarillo Globe-News, Dec. 23, 2001

Bernice Darling Cornelsen

PERRYTON - Bernice Darling Cornelsen, 78, died Friday, Dec. 21, 2001.

Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday in Aboriginal United Methodist Abbey of Perryton with the Rev. Greg Kennedy officiating. Burial will be in Ochiltree Cemetery by Boxwell Brothers Burial Directors of Perryton.

Mrs. Cornelsen confused to Perryton in 1952 from Plains, Kan. She and her husband, Hank, operated the Montgomery Ward Catalog Store from 1978 to 1986.

Survivors accommodate her husband, Hank; a daughter, Janice Johnson of Bushland; two sons, Harley Cornelsen of Lubbock and David Cornelsen of Amarillo; a brother, Joe Woodruff of Meade, Kan.; six grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.

The ancestors suggests memorials be to Alzheimer's Association, 2200 W. Seventh Ave., Amarillo, TX 79106; or the American Cancer Society, 2405 Utica Lane, Perryton, TX 79070.

Amarillo Globe-News, Dec. 23, 2001

Gladys L. Cain

PERRYTON - Gladys L. Cain, 78, died Saturday, Dec. 22, 2001.

Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday in Boxwell Brothers Burial Home Chapel of Perryton with Danny Rainey officiating. Burial will be in Ochiltree Cemetery.

Ms. Cain confused to Perryton in 1959 from Alamogordo, N.M. She retired as a bagman from the Perryton Police Department.

Survivors accommodate two sons, Rocky Cain of Perryton and Eddie Rushing of Dallas; a daughter, JoAnn Rainey of Wylie; a brother, Eddy Pryor of Hennessy, Okla.; six grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

The ancestors suggests memorials be to a admired charity.

Amarillo Globe-News, Dec. 23, 2001

Amarillo

Edmund G. Belter

Services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday in Rector Burial Home Chapel, 2800 S. Osage St., with Troy D. Bohn, pastor of Dayspring Ministries, officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Aggressive rites will be by the Disabled American Veterans Chapter No. 28.

Mr. Belter was built-in in Bee House. He lived in Amarillo best of his life. He served in the Navy on the USS Duncan-DDR 874 boner during the Korean War. He retired from KFDA afterwards 35 years of service.

Survivors accommodate four daughters, Theresa Kinser of Pueblo, Colo., Cleone Belter of Golden, Colo., and Betty Cameron and Sissy Belter both of Amarillo; four sons, Larry Belter of Ruidoso, N.M., Aaron Belter of Frankston, Grant Leigh Belter of Dallas and Chris Belter of Amarillo; a sister, Annie Potts of Amarillo; a brother, Stanley Belter of Amarillo; 15 grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.

Viewing will be from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. today and from 8 a.m. to apex Monday at the burial home.

The ancestors will be at 1110 W. 13th.

The ancestors suggests memorials be to Cal Farley's Boys Ranch.

Amarillo Globe-News, Dec. 23, 2001

Margaret Edwards Metcalf

Margaret Edwards Metcalf, 76, of Amarillo, died Friday, Dec. 21, 2001.

Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday in North Amarillo Abbey of Christ with Haun Kite officiating. Burial will be at 3 p.m. in O.M. Cemetery at Hollis, Okla., by Schooler Burial Home, 4100 S. Georgia St.

Mrs. Metcalf was built-in in Hollis in Harmon County. She lived in Texas for the accomplished 50 years and was a affiliate of North Amarillo Abbey of Christ.

Survivors accommodate a sister, Thelma Rellison; and a brother, Dewie Kizer of Amarillo.

The ancestors suggests memorials be to a admired charity.

Amarillo Globe-News, Dec. 23, 2001

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Luisa Rodriguez

Luisa Rodriguez, 80, of Amarillo, died Friday, Dec. 21, 2001.

Rosary will be at 6 p.m. today in Memorial Park Burial Home, Chapel of Memories, 6969 E. Interstate 40. Casework will be at 10 a.m. Monday in the burial home with Sister Ann Miller, of BSA Hospital, officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery.

Mrs. Rodriguez was built-in in Benavides. She confused to Amarillo in 1995.

Survivors accommodate six sons, Adolpho Rodriguez of Corsicana, Raul Rodriguez, Mario Rodriguez, Juan M. Rodriguez, Jesus Simon Rodriguez and Joe Rodriguez all of Dallas; bristles daughters, Rebecca Rodriguez, Elisa Castillo, Angela Brown and Belen Rodriguez Montoya all of Amarillo and Eva Ray of Ohio; a brother, Guadalupe Ruiz of Benavides; four sisters, Manuela Ruiz of Benavides, Dora Fernandez of Alice; and Maria Guerrero and Delfina Ruiz, both of Freer; 23 grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren.

Amarillo Globe-News, Dec. 23, 2001

Val Hutchinson Jr., M.D.

Val Hutchinson Jr., M.D., 66, of Amarillo, died Friday, Dec. 21, 2001.

No casework are planned at this time. Cremation and arrange are by Memorial Park Burial Home, 6969 E. Interstate 40.

Dr. Hutchinson was built-in in San Antonio on Feb. 13, 1935, to Arthur and Louise Novak Hutchinson. He accustomed his available of science amount from Trinity University and his medical amount from the University of Texas-Galveston.

He was a chemist for Dow Chemical from 1957 to 1959. He was an anesthesiologist in Amarillo from 1967 to 2001. He affiliated Patricia Brown in 1957, and they confused to Amarillo in 1967. He was a longtime affiliate of St. Paul United Methodist Church.

Survivors accommodate his wife, Patricia; two daughters, Juaneva Lynn Gage of Borger and Valerie Kathleen Dixon of Boerne; a son, Val Arthur Hutchinson III of Tyler; his father, Arthur Hutchinson of San Antonio; his mother-in-law, Emma Brown of San Antonio; a brother, Lewis Gene Hutchinson of Corpus Christi; a sister, Idan Heim of San Antonio; four grandchildren, Kenneth Bryce Angenend confined in the Navy in London, Hallie Lynn Angenend of Amarillo, and Keely Heather Dixon and Keith Campbell Angus Dixon, both of Boerne; and abundant nephews and nieces.

Amarillo Globe-News, Dec. 23, 2001

G.H. Rushing

No casework are planned at this time. Cremation and arrange are by Memorial Park Burial Home, 6969 E. Interstate 40.

Mr. Rushing was built-in Nov. 19, 1946, in Wapanucka, Okla., to Orban and Mildred Lavurn Ballard Rushing. He was a abundant accessories abettor and mechanic.

He affiliated Linda Kay Turney on Jan. 7, 1965, in Aspermont. He confused to Amarillo in 1970. He served in the Army from 1964 to 1967.

Survivors accommodate his wife, Linda; a son, Richard Bertram of Wolfforth; a daughter, Karen Michelle Diana of Vasilia, Calif.; two brothers, Glen Rushing of Amarillo and Bruce Rushing of Olney; bristles sisters, Renda Barry of Chillicothe, Betty Collins of Mineral Wells, Kathy Bucchi of Burkburnett, Pam Houck of Vernon and Jenell Coats of Quanah; and three grandchildren.

The ancestors suggests memorials be to Cal Farley's Boys Ranch.

Amarillo Globe-News, Dec. 23, 2001

Oklahoma

Mamie Hughes

SHATTUCK, Okla. - Mamie (Word) Hughes, 88, died Friday, Dec. 21, 2001.

Graveside casework will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday in Higgins Cemetery at Higgins, Texas. Arrange are by Mason Burial Home.

Ms. Hughes was a homemaker. She admired activity to TOPS and her church.

Survivors accommodate two sons, Clinton Word of Higgins and Kenneth Word of Perryton, Texas; and a granddaughter, Brenda of South Dakota.

Amarillo Globe-News, Dec. 23, 2001

Elsewhere

Carolyn Wilbanks Tilger

HOUSTON - Carolyn Wilbanks Tilger, 77, aforetime of Canyon, died Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2001.

Services were captivated Saturday, Dec. 15, 2001, in Forest Lawn Cemetery by Forest Lawn Burial Home of Houston.

Ms. Tilger was a affiliate of the Arden Road Baptist Church.

Survivors accommodate four children, Patricia Fenton and husband, Bob, of Houston, Mike Tilger of Point, Dr. Larry W. Tilger and wife, Janice, of Friendswood and Dr. James D. Tilger and wife, Mary, of DeSoto; a brother, Darwin Wilbanks of New Braunfels; and eight grandchildren.

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The ancestors suggests memorials be to Children's Ministry of Sagemont Church, 11323 Hughes Road, Houston, TX 77089.

Amarillo Globe-News, Dec. 23, 2001

Mary Frances "Faffie" Irwin

GEORGETOWN - Mary Frances "Faffie" Irwin, 91, aforetime of Canyon, died Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2001.

Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday in Aboriginal United Methodist Abbey in Georgetown. Burial will be at 10 a.m. Thursday in Dreamland Cemetery in Canyon with the Rev. Donald Driskill officiating. Arrange are by The Gabriels Burial Chapel.

Mrs. Irwin was built-in in Carlsbad, N.M., Territory, May 13, 1910, to John F. and Mattie V. Dunaway. The ancestors confused to Canyon area she grew up. She lived in Amarillo and Clarendon afore affective to Georgetown in 1997.

Affectionately accepted as Memo to her grandchildren, she enjoyed sewing, cooking, agronomical and fishing - abilities she accomplished to her accouchement and grandchildren. She was a admirable adult with admirable dejected eyes. She will be remembered as a admiring daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother and friend. Her greatest allowance was the adulation she absolute in anybody in her life.

She was preceded in afterlife by her husband, Earl; a brother; and six sisters.

Survivors accommodate a son, Bill Irwin and wife, Celia, of Amarillo; two daughters, Joan Lawrence and husband, David, of Georgetown and Sandra Driskill and husband, Donald, of Albany, Ga.; nine grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren.

The ancestors suggests memorials be to Aboriginal United Methodist Abbey award fund, 410 E. University Ave., Georgetown, TX 78626 or a admired charity.

Amarillo Globe-News, Dec. 23, 2001

Bill C. Murphy

CANYON LAKE - Bill C. Murphy, 75, died Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2001.

Graveside casework with aggressive ceremoniousness will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 12, 2002, in Holly Hills Memorial Park at Granbury. Arrange are by Doeppenschmidt Burial Home of Canyon Lake.

Mr. Murphy was built-in Nov. 4, 1926, in Runnels County to Kirk Murphy and Mattie Ellen Carter Murphy. He afterwards affiliated Norma Richards Murphy on Oct. 10, 1948, at the Pastor Valley View Baptist Abbey in Runnels County.

He served in the Navy as a seaman aboriginal chic during World War II. He was a agriculturalist by barter and was a Baptist by faith. He was a affiliate of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of Startzville and enjoyed hunting, fishing and gardening. His ancestors will consistently bethink him best for agriculture the apple from alpha to end.

He was preceded in afterlife by his wife, Norma, on March 4, 1978.

Survivors accommodate three daughters, Kevin Renee Martin and husband, Steve, of Woodlands, Sharon Ferguson of Canyon Lake and Sher Colquitt of Santa Fe, N.M.; a brother, Don Murphy and wife, Juanda, of Bovina; a sister, Wilma Byers and husband, Bill, of Ballinger; eight grandchildren, Bailey, Blair, Bryan, Summer, Felicia, Landon, Isaac and Kris; and a great-grandchild.

The ancestors suggests memorials be to V.F.W. of Startzville; or the American Cancer Society.

Amarillo Globe-News, Dec. 23, 2001

Fern Douglas Berry

HOWARDWICK - Fern Douglas Berry, 76, died Friday, Dec. 21, 2001.

Graveside casework will be at 10 a.m. Monday in Fairview Cemetery of Pampa with the Rev. Jimmy Fox, abbot of Martin Road Baptist Abbey in Amarillo, officiating. Arrange are by Robertson Burial Directors of Clarendon.

Mr. Berry was built-in Sept. 20, 1925, in Lakeview, Hall County. He was a Pampa citizen afore affective to Howardwick in 1981. He was a lab artisan for Cabot Corporation in Pampa for 25 years. He was a Navy adept of World War II and was a affiliate of the Clarendon Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 7782. He was a Baptist.

He was preceded in afterlife by his aboriginal wife, Alva Jean Gore Berry in 1977; a additional wife, Jimmie Nell Glick Berry in 1995; two daughters, Cynthia Ann Berry in 1948 and Shelia Beth Berry in 1983; and a son, Douglas Elden Berry in 1978.

Survivors accommodate a sister, Frankie Jean Herman of Miami; two granddaughters, Cynthia Hewett of Clarendon and Lisa Howell of La Pryor; bristles great-grandchildren; and a appropriate friend, Patsy Hill of Plainview.

Amarillo Globe-News, Dec. 23, 2001

Kenneth Reed Taylor

RULE - Kenneth Reed Taylor, 53, died Friday, Dec. 21, 2001.

Services will be at 3 p.m. today in Acceptance Lutheran Abbey of Sagerton with the Rev. Larry Burton and the Rev. Deborah Nissen officiating. Burial will be in Old Glory Cemetery by Holden-McCauley Burial Directors of Haskell.

Mr. Taylor was built-in Nov. 16, 1948, in Olney. He accustomed his amount in music from San Angelo State University and was a bandage abecedary in the Aspermont, Crowell and Spur academy systems. He affiliated Karla Hertel on Sept. 4, 1993, in Sagerton. He was a actual acceptable abecedary and a Methodist.

He was preceded in afterlife by his father, C.L. Taylor.

Survivors accommodate his wife, Karla; two daughters, Charlotte Morris of Bellaire and Misty Fritzler and husband, Bob, of Lewisville; two sons, Craig Smith and wife, Annette, of Old Glory, and Will Smith of Rule; his mother, Robin Taylor of Canyon; a sister, Jean Parker and husband, Don, of Happy; a grandchild, Del Fritzler of Lewisville; and all of the kids he taught.

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Amarillo Globe-News, Dec. 23, 2001

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