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Dennis McClure Collins Sr.

Dennis M. Collins, Sr. died early Saturday morning, March 17, 2012 at Winkler County Memorial Hospital in Kermit, Texas following a lengthy illness.  The fourth of six children, he was born on August 29, 1934 in Big Spring to Harry H. Collins and Agnes Boals Collins.  In 1942, the family moved to Pyote, Texas when the military was building the Rattlesnake Bomber Base where they opened a cafe.  They later moved to Hagerman, New Mexico, where an emergency landing strip was being built, to operate a dining hall to feed the construction workers.  In 1945, they made their home in Monahans.  It was there, at the age of 13, he accepted Jesus Christ as his Savior through baptism.  He graduated with the Lobo Class of 1953 and thoroughly enjoyed the many class reunions he attended. 

From an early age, Dennis learned the value of hard work.  He was taught never to say no to any type of work even if it meant "shoveling manure into the wind", if needed.  At the age of six, he set pins at the bowling alley, began roughnecking at the age of 15 and was no stranger to moonlighting after a long hard day in the oilfield.  He continued this work ethic throughout his life teaching his children by example.  Dennis worked in the West Texas oilfields for Stanolind/Pan American/Amoco Production for 30 years receiving recognition for work performed in Qatar and The Netherlands.  After his retirement in 1993, he began Collins Consulting working for Mobil, Bass and especially enjoyed his working relationship with Concho Resources.  He continued to work until 2004 when his health prevented him from continuing.  Dennis loved to work and missed it greatly every day.  

His parents refused to lie about his age when he desired to join the Marines during the Korean War.  But on April 1, 1952, as a junior in high school, he joined the Texas National Guard where he served 34 years before retiring in November of 1986 with the rank of Master Sergeant.  He was awarded the Lone Star Distinguished Service Medal by the State of Texas, "...as he distinguished himself by exceptionally meritorious service in duties of great responsibility.  In these assignments, his leadership and dedicated efforts were instrumental in the accomplishment of many missions in support of the military forces of Texas and the United States."  Dennis was genuinely patriotic and proud of his country.  He respected and appreciated his freedom to vote and felt it his duty to do so. 

In July of 1958, he married Gail Janice Henderson in Monahans.  They briefly lived in Big Lake and Odessa until 1963 when they moved permanently to Kermit, for work and to raise their children, Denny, Melissa and Stacey.  Dennis and Gail enjoyed over 53 years of marriage and friendship.  He was openly appreciative of her love, devotion, enduring strength and steadfast support throughout their marriage and his failing health.  

Some of his greatest pleasures in life were playing golf and traveling to tournaments with his wife and kids, watching golf on TV, traveling to watch their grandchildren play football, golf, volleyball, softball and the occasional hunting trips to Colorado with his buddies.  Dennis will be remembered for never meeting a stranger.  He loved to talk, laugh and always looked forward to the fun he had telling jokes and being goofy with his kids, grandkids, nieces and nephews.  He enjoyed family gatherings, especially with his siblings and their families, where it was known to get loud discussing politics, playing cards, cooking, eating and reminiscing.  He loved a good cup of coffee and reading. 

He was preceded in death by his parents, brothers W.C. (Abe) Collins, Harry H. Collins and granddaughter Katie Denise Midkiff.  Survivors include his wife Gail, son and daughter-in-law Dennis and Lettia of Spring, Texas; daughter and son-in-law Melissa and Johnny Midkiff of Midland; and daughter and son-in-law Stacey and Martin Garcia of Wink; three sisters, Frances Mincey and Grace Greenwood of Monahans and Josephine Reynolds of Gilmer; grandchildren Dennis McClure Collins, III (Trey), Renee' Midkiff Buck, T.J. Midkiff, Jennifer Janice Garcia, Caleb Patton Midkiff, Allison Lee Garcia, Courtney Gail Midkiff and Jacob Martin Garcia; six great-grandchildren and numerous nephews and nieces. 

A visitation will be Tuesday evening from 5:00 to 7:00 pm at Family Services Funeral Parlor.  Funeral services will be at 1:30, Wednesday, March 21, 2012 at the First United Methodist Church in Kermit with David Weyant and John Wade officiating.   Pallbearers will be Trey Collins, T.J. Midkiff, Caleb Midkiff, Jacob Garcia, Arvo Buck and Dee Fryar.   Honorary pallbearers are Adan Acosta, Sammy Cates, Todd Etheridge, Don Hyman, Ray Jennings, Benny Kilcrease, Jack Marshall and Odis Marshall.  Services will be under the direction of Family Services Funeral Parlor.

The family would like to give a special gratitude to Dr. Stanley Selby, Joy Barker Arnold, the wonderful nurses and therapists at Memorial and especially "Pinky" for the gentle care.  In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials are made to the First United Methodist Church of Kermit, P. O. Box 995, Kermit, TX.  79745.

                Life's Lessons                                                                                                                                                                    

 "You may have thought I didn't see,

Or that I hadn't heard,

Life lessons that you taught me,

But I got every word.

Perhaps you thought I missed it all,

And that we'd grow apart,

But Daddy, I picked up everything,

It's written on my heart.

Without you Dad, I wouldn't be

The person I am today;

You built a strong foundation

No one can take away.

I've grown up with your values,

And I'm very glad I did;

So here's to you dear Dad,

From your forever grateful kids!"

Floretta Smith

Floretta Smith, age 78, passed away Thursday, March 22, 2012 in Kermit. She was born March 20, 1934 in Evansville, Indiana to Roy Augusta and Myrtle (Elder) Wilson.

Floretta loved to cook and be with family members. She delighted in teaching children in Sunday school and she sang with the church choir.

Those left behind to cherish her memory are her husband: James Smith of Kermit; four sons: Jimmy Smith and wife Joyce of Evansville, IN, Danny Smith and wife Trina of Kermit, David Smith and wife Angel of Evansville, IN and Brain Smith of Kermit; two daughters: Rosalee Smith and husband Marty of Kermit and Janice Burrows and husband Val Jo of Wink; one brother: Victor Wilson and wife Linda of Evansville, IN; two sisters: Violet Davidson and husband Richard of Evansville, IN and Jean Hendricks and husband Henry of Evansville, IN; thirteen grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents, three brothers: Elmer, Tommy and Bob, and three sisters: Nora, Brenda and Juanita.

A memorial service will be held privately at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Home Hospice of Andrews, 801 North Main, Ste. G, Andrews, TX, 79714.

Arrangements are entrusted to Family Services Funeral Parlor.  

Mona Martin

Mona Martin, age 67, passed away Friday, March 23, 2012 in Kermit after a long illness. She was born May 16, 1944 in Kermit, to James Paul and Mildred (Aulds) Bryan.  Mona married her love, Skipper Martin, on December 25, 1964 in Kermit, and they celebrated 44 years together before his death in 2009.

Mona, was born and raised in Kermit and was very dedicated to the community.  As a business woman, she co-owned the Home Improvement Center from 1996 to present.  She served on the Winkler County Credit Union Board of Directors and Credit Committee.  Mona was a member of the Kermit Chamber of Commerce and served on its Board of Directors. She also was the Registered Tax Assessor/Collector in Kermit from 1989-1996 and served on the Kermit City Council for six terms (2000 – present).  Personally, Mona had a vibrant personality with a great sense of humor.  She enjoyed bowling, dancing, playing Scrabble and watching movies.  Christmas was a very special time for Mona, she loved having parties and being with her family.   

Those left behind to cherish her memory are her partner:  Lee Soltero of Kermit; two daughters:  Stacy Cope and husband Bradley of Ft. Leonard Wood, MO and Carrie Martin of Midland, TX; one brother:  Randall Bryan and wife Blanche of Anacoco, LA; one sister:  Patricia Thompson and husband Frank of Genoa, WV; one grandchild:  Lindsey Post; three step-grandchildren: Joshua Cope, Randi Coode, and Ryan Cope; and one great-grandchild: Robert Post III.

She was preceded in death by her husband: Skipper Martin; parents:  James and Mildred Bryan, and a granddaughter: Hillary Morgan Andrews.

Funeral Services will be held 10:00 am, Wednesday, March 28, 2012 at Family Services Funeral Chapel in Kermit with Rev. Rodney Peacock officiating.  Interment will follow at Kermit Cemetery.  Pallbearers will be: Lee Soltero, Jon Black, Bradley Cope, Joshua Cope, Johnny Soltero, and Ronnie Flowers.  Arrangements are entrusted to Family Services Funeral Parlor.

Jack Terrell Day

Jack Day, age 84, passed away Saturday, March 24, 2012 in Kermit after a long illness. He was born February 22, 1928 in Covington, GA, to Robert Preston and Freddie Ruth (Whelchel) Day.  Jack married his love Mildred Baker on May 29, 1950 in Ft. Worth and they celebrated 61 years together.

Jack was a dedicated family man who adored his grandkids and great-grandkids.  He enjoyed camping and square dancing with the “Shooting Stars”.  He spent much time serving the community as a Boy Scout leader, Little League coach, School Board Member and served on the Board of Trustees for the Methodist Church.  He was a member of the Masonic Lodge and the Order of the Eastern Star.  Jack was a veteran.  He served his country in the US Navy aboard the USS Tarawa.  He was also a member of the Texas LST Amphibious Association.  

Those left behind to cherish his memory are his wife:  Mildred Day of Kermit; two sons:  Robert Day and special friend Becky Woodard of College Station, TX and John Day and wife Pam of Kermit; one daughter:  Mary Louis and husband Mike of Denver City, TX; five grandchildren:  Eric Day; Jennifer Eicher and husband Rick; Larenda Gallardo and husband Omar; Heather Webster and special friend James Slayton; and Garrett Louis; and six great-grandchildren:  Zachary and Annabelle Eicher; Kohen and Gregory Gallardo; and Johnny and Robert Webster; and family friend: Debra Day.

He was preceded in death by his parents and a grandchild: Brian Day.

Funeral Services will be held 2:00 pm, Wednesday, March 28, 2012 at the First United Methodist Church in Kermit with Rev. John Wade officiating.  Interment will follow at Kermit Cemetery.  Pallbearers will be: John Day, Robert Day, Mike Louis, Garrett Louis, Eric Day, Omar Gallardo, and James Slayton.  Honorary Pallbearers will be: Red Segars, Dude Schlehuber, Zachary Eicher, Annabelle Eicher, Kohen Gallardo, Gregory Gallardo, Johnny Webster, and Robert Webster.

Arrangements are entrusted to Family Services Funeral Parlor.

Maria Bonilla Rodriguez

Maria Bonilla Rodriguez, age 74, of Kermit, Texas passed from this life on Monday, March 26, 2012. She was born January 10, 1938 to Jesus and Simona (Ramos) Bonilla in El Mulato, MX. 

She leaves behind her husband: Fidencio Rodriguez of Kermit, TX; two sons: Juan Bonilla of Kermit, TX and Felipe B. Ramos of Eastland, TX; one sister: Lupe B. Olivas of Eunice, NM.

Rosary will be said, 7 pm, Wednesday, March 28, 2012 at Family Services Funeral Parlor.  Mass of Christian Burial will be 2 pm, Thursday, March 29, 2012 at St Joseph Catholic Church in Kermit officiated by Father Richard Waiwood.  Interment will follow at Kermit Cemetery in Kermit, TX. Arrangements are entrusted to Family Services Funeral Parlor.

Joshua Curtiss Brooks

Joshua Curtiss Brooks, age 26, passed away Sunday, March 25, 2012 in a tragic accident in Lake Village, AK.  He was born, October 11, 1985 in Kermit, TX to Curtis and Cathreen Brooks.

Josh, as he was known to his friends, was a farmer.  He enjoyed spending his time outdoors, especially if he could be fishing.  Josh also enjoyed spending time with his special friend, his dog Beau.

Those left behind to cherish his memory are his grandmother:  Charlene Brooks of Kilbourne, LA; girl friend:  Callie Harper of Kilbourne, LA; mother: Cathreen Graves of Missouri; brother:  Jacob Glen Brooks and wife Jessica of Kermit; two sisters:  Dystiney Johnson and husband De’shawn of Kermit; Shonda Brooks of Kermit; nieces:  Kahdijah, Audrey; and Kylee; uncles: Toby Brooks and Bobby Jay Brooks.

He was preceded in death by his father:  Curtis Brooks, and grandparents:  Bobby Brooks; John Ardis Graves and Betty Graves.

Funeral Services will be held 10:00 am, Friday, March 30, 2012 at Belvue Baptist Church in Kermit with Rev. Rob Matney officiating.  Interment will follow at Kermit Cemetery.  Pallbearers will be: Bobby Jay Brooks; Toby Brooks; Jamie Hooks; Shane Compton, Shawn Stout, Jorey Burch, Rodney Compton, Yancy Burch.  Honorary Pallbearers will be: Jacob Brooks, Steve Williams, John Ardis Graves and De’shawn Johnson. 

Arrangements are entrusted to Family Services Funeral Parlor.

Joe A. Slaughter

Joe A. Slaughter, 87, passed away at his home in Kermit TX on Monday, March 26, 2012 after a battle with cancer. He was born June 15, 1924 in Wills Point, TX, to Albert and Elsie Slaughter.  He married the love of his life Edna Miles on June 10, 1944 and together raised three children.

Joe was awarded many decorations while serving as a soldier in the U.S. Army. He worked for Sid Richardson until his retirement after 34 years of service. His interests included family, fishing, hunting and gardening. He was a devout Christian and a member of Grace Temple Baptist Church in Kermit. He was a loving father, grandfather and husband, who always put his family first, dedicating his life to God and bettering the lives of his wife, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

He is survived by his loving wife of 67 years, Edna Slaughter; two daughters: Susan Slaughter of Austin, TX and Joy Tucker and her husband David of Garfield, TX; his granddaughter: Lena Dawson and her husband Bob of Pinedale, WY; and his two great-grandsons: Todd Dawson of San Antonio, TX and Phillip Dawson of Pinedale, WV.

He was preceded in death by his parents: Albert and Elsie Slaughter of Kermit, TX; his daughter: Charlotte Ann Strickler and his son-in-law: Michael Menasco.

A special thank you is given to the staff at Medical Center Hospital, Friendship Home, Rural Home Health, Winkler County Memorial Hospital and Compass Hospice as well as Brother John Curry of Grace Temple Baptist Church for their care and support during our father’s illness and passing.

A Family Visitation will be on 6-8 pm Thursday, March 29, 2012 at Family Services Funeral Parlor.  Funeral Services will be held at Grace Temple Baptist Church in Kermit, TX at 2 pm, Friday, March 30, 2012, with Brother John Curry officiating. Interment will follow at Kermit Cemetery. 

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent to a charity of your choice.

Arrangements are entrusted to Family Services Funeral Parlor.

Billie J. Scoggin Emmerson

Billie J. Scoggin Emmerson began her journey into Heaven on March 31, 2012.  Born September 7, 1924 in Zephyr, Texas, she was preceded in death by her mother and father, Addie and Bob Scoggin; her husband, Ralph Emmerson; and her brother and sister-in-law,  Mackie and Billie Jo Scoggin.  Her daughter, Shellye Highley, and husband, Robert, survive her as well as Billie’s son and daughter-in- law, Mike and Sandy Emmerson.  Four grandchildren and their spouses who were bright lights in Billie’s life remain to cherish her memory and pass it along:  Lacey Bavousett and husband, Brian; Kaley Collie and husband, Chad; Mycah Glover and husband, Matthew; and Ryan Highley and wife, Deminy.   Her youngest grandchild, Jazmin Grace, provided Billie with a very special spark of pride and happiness .   Among Billie’s great joys in life were the great-grandchildren whom she adored.  The Collie children include Crue, Case, and soon-to-be-born, London.  The Highley branch of Billie’s great-grandchildren includes: Deacon, Rhett, and Addilyn.  Many friends will remember her smiles and laughter as well compassionate concern.

Billie’s zest for life originated in her childhood in Clyde, Texas, where she was known as one of the most beautiful girls.  Her value of a strong work ethic was evident in her involvement in a multitude of extracurricular and charitable activities.  Billie worked with enthusiasm at Kermit State Bank and continued her banking career well into her advanced years in Lubbock, Texas, missing work only under dire circumstances.  She served tirelessly at several churches during her lifetime and will long be remembered at First Baptist Church in Kermit, Texas, for her generosity and loyalty.  Billie’s hands were always busy creating amazing arts and crafts from stained glass windows to crocheted Afghans to hand-stitched clothing.  Her culinary skills were enjoyed by her friends and family including her daughter and son whom she cooked for everyday during her lunch breaks from the bank.   Billie’s home was impeccable and decorated with style and flair.   An avid sports fan, Billie rarely missed any of the games that were coached or played by those she loved.   In fact, the activities of her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren were her highest priorities from golf tournaments to twirling contests with a great deal of cheerleading, baseball, and tennis sprinkled into the mix.  She also loved a good travel adventure shared by friends and family.   Billie’s love of life was as contagious as the sparkle in her blue eyes.

Services for Billie will be under direction of Family Services Funeral Parlor in Kermit, Texas with visitation beginning at 5:00 P.M., Monday, April 2nd,   at Family Services.  A graveside service will be held at 10:00 A.M.  on Tuesday, April 3, 2012 followed by a memorial service at First Baptist Church in Kermit.  Honorary pallbearers will be Brian Bavousett, Chad Collie, Dan Desilets, Mike Fostel,  Larry Farley, Matthew Glover, Ryan Highley, David McGuire, Clay Mitchell,  Mickey Mitchell, Layne Nutt, Olan Smith, and Elmer Dean White.     

For Billie—

 Pretty blue-eyed daughter reaching high

 To catch your dreams

 Looking far beyond your circumstance

 Praying to God Supreme.


Tireless blue-eyed mother with children

 To raise and love

 Working long to care for everyone

 Asking for strength from God above.


Precious blue-eyed lady giving all

 To family and friends

 Giving more than taking for yourself

 Believing in Love that never ends.


Beautiful blue-eyed angel watching us

 From His Kingdom high

 Knowing now what once you took on faith

 Smiling with no more tears to cry.


We love you always~

 S.J. Emmerson, 2012

Ruby Lorine Hurst

Ruby Lorine Hurst, 78, passed away in Odessa, TX on Sunday, April 8, 2012. She was born August 8, 1933 in Waldron, AR, to Andrew Hudson and Lilly Viola (Starr) Hayden.

Gospel music and church were Ruby’s passion and she loved to witness for her Lord. Ruby loved to travel and enjoyed looking for “A Diamond in the Rough” at the Crater of Diamonds State Park.  She also loved doing yard work and growing flowers. She had a special place in her heart for her pets: Pierre, Peepers, Honeydew, Happy and Buttons. She was known as “Dearsy” by her grandkids.

She is survived by her daughter: Debbie Lynn Dennis and husband Michael of Kermit, TX; three sisters: Carolyn Hayden of Indianapolis, IN, Jerri Butler and husband Coy of Waldron, AR and Mary House and husband Ben of Ashdown, AR; three grandchildren: Ryan Dennis, Michael Dennis and Trenton Dennis; ten nephews: Larry Owens, Rick Owens, Gregory Johnson, Rodney Johnson, Bobby McGinnis, Billy McGinnis, Randy Stout, Mike Buffington, Corey Butler and Carl Butler; and one niece: Jamie Sue Brown.

She was preceded in death by her husband: Charles Willard Hurst; her parents: Andrew and Lilly Hayden; and two sisters: Reba Lowe and Audra McGinnis.

Services will be 10:00 am, Wednesday, April 11, 2012 at First Baptist Church in Wink, TX.   Brother Dudley Mullins will be officiating, by Rev. Syble Stone. Pallbearers will be: Jeff Reed, Ricky Owens, Harold Coursey, Daniel Ray, Raymond Dodd, and Kevin Daniels. Honorary Pallbearers will be: Larry Owens, and Ken Mills. Interment will follow at Kermit Cemetery. 

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, Tribute Program, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105-1942.

Arrangements are entrusted to Family Services Funeral Parlor.

Robert Glynn Lee Sr.

Robert Glynn Lee Sr., 52, of Kermit, passed away in Odessa, on Thursday, April 12, 2012. He was born March 19, 1960 in Waynesboro, MS, to Rudy and Wanda (Baygents) Lee. 

Robert was a hard working man, a good father and provider. He had a great sense of humor and never met a stranger. He enjoyed fishing and hunting. He was a Veteran and served his country in Germany.

He is survived by his wife Bessie Lee of Kermit; his father: Rudy Lee of Waynesboro, MS; two sons: Robert Lee Jr. of Kermit and Kevin Thompson of Kermit; three daughters: Christina Herrington of Odessa, Rebecca Bodie of Odessa, and Laticia Baeza and husband Jose of Kermit; five brothers: Rudolph (Bobby) Lee and wife Cathy of Waynesboro, MS, Eddie Lee of Wink, Larry Lee and wife Sandy of Buckatunna, MS, Jimmy Lee and wife Patricia of Buckatunna, MS and Danny Lee and wife Brenda of Millry, AL; two sisters: Lynn Serach and husband D.J. of Bristol, TN and Margie Odom of Waynesboro, MS; and twelve grandchildren: Amber, Ethan, William, Cierra, Alexia, Kassidy, Dylan, Karson, Kaleb, Cameron, Gabriell and Marcus.

He was preceded in death by his mother: Wanda (Baygents) Lee.

Funeral Services will be held at Eastside Church of Christ in Kermit, TX at 2 pm, Monday, April 16, 2012, with Brothers James Alexander and Joe Carrasco officiating. Honorary Pallbearers will be Robert Lee Jr., Kevin Thompson, Jose Baeza, Billy Thompson, Ronnie Walker and Eddie Lee. Interment will be at Mt. Zion Cemetery in Waynesboro, MS. 

Arrangements are entrusted to Family Services Funeral Parlor.

Kristyn Lynn Stone

Kristyn Lynn Stone, 36, of Severance, Colorado, died April 10, 2012 at Good Samaritan Hospital in Broomfield, Colorado.
Kristyn was born March 19, 1976, in Amarillo, Texas. She attended Trinity School of Midland, Texas. She continued her education at Texas A&M University, graduating in 1998 with a bachelor’s degree in agricultural economics and in 2000 with a master’s degree. Kristyn completed a PhD in agricultural economics in 2004 at Purdue University in Indiana. Since 2004, she has worked for USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Veterinary Services, both in Riverdale, Maryland and Fort Collins, Colorado.

In the words of a friend, Kristyn was happy, intelligent, loving, compassionate, and balanced (especially in those 4 inch heels). Kristyn loved to travel, play soccer and adored her four legged children, her boxers. We hope to keep alive her passion for meeting each and every day head-on.

She is survived by her mother, Karen Stone of Kermit, Texas, her father, Terry Stone, of Oakland Park, Florida, sister, Stepheny Bennett and husband, Kevin, adored nephews Brendan and Bryson and niece Brielee, and her beloved grandparents, Larry and MaryLynn Fernandes, and Joe and Leona Stone, and many other aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Visitation with the family will be April 20th from 7-9 pm at The First Baptist Church Fellowship Hall in Kermit. A memorial service for Kristyn is planned for April 21st at 1:30pm at The First Baptist Church, Kermit, Texas.

Cards for the family can be sent to Karen Stone, P.O. Box 37, Kermit, TX 79745. In lieu of flowers, donations in Kristyn’s memory are requested to a charity of your choice, the Andrews Christian Youth Horse Club (38 W Hwy 302, Notrees, TX 79759), the Humane Society of Odessa (7012 Mockingbird Lane, Odessa, TX, 79764), The Scholarship Fund, First Baptist Church Kermit (400 E. Bryan, Kermit, TX 79745) or The Kristyn Lynn Stone Memorial Scholarship Fund ℅ Trinity School of Midland (3500 West Wadley Ave, Midland, TX 79707). 

Michael Adair Henderson

Michael Adair Henderson, age 45, passed away Monday, April 16, 2012 in Colorado City, TX. He was born May 10, 1966 in Odessa, TX to Johnny Henderson and Lura Adair (Nickens) Gower.

Michael loved spending time with his family and taking care of his girls. He loved fishing and racing cars.

Those left behind to cherish his memory are his father: Johnny Henderson of Odessa, TX; step-father: Art Gower of Kermit, TX; two daughters: Brittany Martinez and Sheyenne Henderson both of Colorado City, TX; two brothers: Tim Henderson and Zachary Henderson both of Odessa, TX; three sisters: Karen Richardson and husband Roy of Kermit, TX; Katie Spangler and husband Eric of Kermit, TX and Brenda Meritt of Odessa, TX; one grandson: Wade Alexander Neitherland and one on the way.

He was preceded in death by his by his mother: Lura Gower.

Memorial services will be 2:00 pm Saturday, April 21, 2012 at Family Services Funeral Chapel in Kermit, TX.  Arrangements are entrusted to Family Services Funeral Parlor.


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