Family Services Funeral
Mark Edward Stahlman
Mark Edward Stahlman, age 24, passed away in
Kermit, TX on Wednesday, July 25, 2015. He was born on Monday,
February 25, 1991 in Deland, Florida to Edward Duane Stahlman Jr.
and Darlene (Farmer) Turner.
Mark was full of life. He enjoyed spending
time with his family. As a thrill seeker, Mark enjoyed
snowboarding, riding his motorcycle and playing sports. His
favorite team was the Denver Bronchos. Mark proudly served his
country overseas in the U.S. Army where he was awarded the
Army Commendation medal for meritorious service.
Those preceding him in death include his
grandfathers: Edward Stahlman Sr. and Avon Worster.
Those left to cherish his memory are his father:
Edward Stahlman and wife Victoria Worster of Kermit, TX.; mother:
Darlene Turner of Orlando, FL.; girlfriend: Jamie Taylor
McLees of Eustis, FL.; brothers: Anthony Scott Simboli Jr. of
Kermit, TX., Joseph Alan Worster of Lake County, FL., and
Jaycob Duane Stahlman of Kermit, TX.; Grandparents: Mark
Edward Steffes of Gentry, AR., Ava Francis Stahlman of Crescent
City, FL., Doreen Egner of Atlanta, GA., and Brenda Worster of
Funeral services with military honors are
scheduled for 3:00 pm, Friday, July 31, 2015 at Family Services
Funeral Chapel. Honorary pallbearers will include: James Dolan,
Nicholas Burden, Scott Anthony Worster, A.J. Yates, Anthony Scott
Simboli Jr., Joseph Alan Worster, Jaycob Duane Stahlman, Justan
Matlock, Donald Marshall Worster, and John David Stahlman.
Interment will be privately held at a later date.
entrusted to Family Services Funeral Parlor.
Boyce Wayne Wood
July 13, 1926 - July 31, 2015
Boyce went to be with the Lord surrounded by
family and loved ones in Carrollton, Texas on July 31, 2015. Boyce
was born on July 13, 1926 in Seymour, Texas. He attended Vera High
School in Knox County, Texas. Before joining the armed services,
Boyce enjoyed working on his family farm.
He joined the United States Army on November 27,
1944. He served in France, Germany and Austria with the 222nd
Regiment of the 42nd Infantry Division. His service
included duty in the European Occupation Forces. For his service, he
was awarded the Victory Medal. On February 8, 1946, Boyce was
honorably discharged from the United States Army.
Following his service to his country, Boyce was
employed by ARAMCO and spent time in Saudi Arabia and Venezuela.
During this time he met Peggy Joyce Hipp. He told everyone he
met that she was the prettiest woman he had ever seen. They fell in
love and were married on June 11, 1956 in Temple, Texas. Boyce and
Peggy were blessed with three children. He enjoyed his children more
than anything in life other than his beloved Peggy. In 47 years of
marriage to Peggy they never once spent a night apart. He was a
wonderful husband, father and grandfather.
Boyce and Peggy settled in Kermit, Texas in
1967. During his residency in Kermit, Boyce was employed by Oilwell
Supply, a division of U.S. Steel. He retired in 1986. He never
missed a single day of work. Boyce was a “scratch” golfer. He gained
a reputation at the Winkler County Country Club as an Ace golfer. He
enjoyed watching every type of sporting event in person or on
television. He was renowned for his uncanny proficiency and success
in his weekly picks for the Winkler County News Pick of the Week. He
often either took home first place or a close second in the Weekly
Picks. He was a Christian believer and was always eager to discuss
political or religious issues. He was an excellent debater of both
subjects. All who met him enjoyed his company and his hard earned
He was predeceased by his wife: Peggy; son:
Gary; his mother and father and several sisters and brothers.
He is survived by daughter: Patty O’Brien and
her husband, and family, son: Robert Wood and his wife, and family,
sister: Neva Carrigan and husband Harold, and brother: M.L. Wood and
Funeral services for Boyce Wayne Wood will be
held at 2:00 pm Tuesday, August 4, 2015 at Family Services Funeral
Chapel in Kermit, Texas with Reverend Eddie Whitefield officiating.
Pallbearers will include Duff Michel, Layne Nutt, Ronnie Flowers,
Nathan Rawson, Rodney Hayes and Jim Hill. Honorary Pallbearer is
David McMillan. Interment will follow at Kermit Cemetery with
Military Honors. In lieu of flowers the family asks that donations
be made to the American Cancer Society in his honor. You can
find ways to donate online, by mail or by phone at
Jimmy Joe Doom
7-13-1934 to 8-18-2015
Jimmy Joe Doom of Jal, NM, passed from this life surrounded by
family in Odessa, TX on Tuesday, August 18, 2015. Jimmy was born on
Friday, July 13, 1934 in Magic City, TX to Willard Wilson and
Lucille (Bowers) Doom.
Jimmy married Jo Ann (Haley) Doom in
Hobbs, NM on November 11, 2011. He enjoyed being a rancher and
working hard to keep the ranch running smoothly. Jimmy attended the
First Baptist Church in Jal, NM and was a very active supporter of
the Jal schools, the 4-H programs of Lea, Winkler and Loving
Counties, and the NRA. He was lovingly known by his friends as J.J.
He will be deeply missed and cherished by his family and friends.
Jimmy was preceded in death by his first wife of 52 years: Becky Jo
Doom, who passed on October 21, 2008; parents: Willard Wilson and
Lucille Doom; two sisters: Florene and Kaye; two brothers: Willard
He is survived by his wife: Jo Ann Doom of Jal, NM; two
sons: Jerold Doom and wife Fonia of Jal, NM and Daniel Doom and
wife Sharon of Aztec, NM; three grandchildren: Dylan, Jackson, and
Services for Jimmy Joe Doom will be held at 2:00 pm MST
at the Jal High School Auditorium in Jal, NM with Pastor Jody
O’Briant officiating and assisted by Pastor Alan Speed. Pallbearers
for the service are Brent Gage, Guy Gage, Gary Kirby, Kevin Guinn,
Casey Lujan and Johnny LaLonde. Honorary pallbearers will be the
First Baptist Church Men’s Sunday School Class. Interment will
follow at Jal Cooper Cemetery. Arrangements are entrusted to
Family Services Funeral Parlor.
In lieu of flowers, memorial
donations may be made to: The Gideons International
Blvd. PO Box 140800 Nashville, TN 37214-0800; First Baptist Church
carpet fund PO Box 358 Jal, NM 88252; New Mexico Boys and Girls
Ranch; or the charity of your choice.
Cynthia Lynn Hensley|
Cynthia Lynn Hensley, age 68, of Kermit, passed from this life on
Tuesday, August 18, 2015 at Medical Center Hospital in Odessa. She
was born in Monahans, TX on April 4, 1947 to Eugene Crutcher and
Gwenn (Rayburn). She was of Episcopal Faith.|
Cynthia was a
caring woman. She was a loving sister, wife, mother, grandmother and
friend to all. She loved her family dearly, especially her
grandchildren, who meant the world to her. Cynthia was always there
for her family and friends in their time of need. Most importantly,
Cynthia love visiting with her family and friends, smiling and
having a good time.
Cynthia loved animals (mainly her dogs
and cats) as well as being outside doing things in the yard. Cynthia
was a homemaker and a skilled artisan. She had many talents
including painting, woodworking, and making jewelry. Cynthia will be
forever missed by those who loved her, and always in our thoughts
Those left to cherish her memory include her
husband: Orval Hensley of Kermit; two sons: Aaron Hensley and wife
Alicia and Eric Hensley and wife Amy Brooks, both of Kermit; one
sister: Pamela Dyer of Plano, TX and four grandchildren: Shonda,
Sarah, Aimee and Andrew.
Preceding her in death are her
parents: Eugene and Gwenn Crutcher; one brother: Sonny and three
sisters: June, Dale and Sue.
Services will be privately held
at a later date. Arrangements are entrusted to Family Services
Antonio Ramos Alarcon
Antonio Ramos Alarcon, age 77, passed from
this life, surrounded by loved ones, on Sunday, August 30, 2015 at
his residence in Kermit. He was born on Monday, June 13, 1938 in
Ojinaga, Chihuahua, Mexico to Pedro Alarcon and Virginia (Ramos)
Alarcon. He married the love of his life, Maria (Diaz) Alarcon on
April 22, 1963 in Ojinaga, Mexico.
Antonio was a family man who loved spending
time outdoors, fishing and gardening. He enjoyed bar-b-queing and
spending quality time with the family. He was a jokester and was
known for cooking a delicious pig for Christmas and for his
Those left to cherish his memory are his wife:
Maria Alarcon of Kermit; three sons: Sylvester Alarcon, Martin
Alarcon and wife JoAnn, and Juan Antonio Alarcon Jr. and wife Melva,
all of Kermit; two daughters: Teresa Alarcon of San Angelo, TX and
Patricia Ortega of San Angelo, TX; one sister: Matilda Caballero of
Kermit; 13 Grandchildren: Marissa Alarcon, Clarissa Alarcon, Jacinda
Pando, Destiny Montoya, Ricky Garcia Jr., Angelica Garcia, Krystal
Garcia, Stevie Dennis, Danielle Alarcon, Stephanie Alarcon, John
Alarcon, Alyssa Alarcon and Daniella Alarcon; and 10
Those preceding him in death are his parents,
son: Juan Alarcon; brother: Facundo Alarcon and son-in-law: Isidro
rosary will be said at 7 pm on Tuesday, September 1, 2015 at Family
Services Funeral Parlor. Funeral services are scheduled for 2:00 pm
on Wednesday, September 2, 2015 at Family Services Funeral Chapel.
Blanca Polanco will officiate. Pallbearers will include: Sylvester
Alarcon, Juan Antonio Alarcon Jr., Stephanie Alarcon, Abi Montoya,
Ricky Garcia Jr. and Javier Bonilla. A cremation will follow
services. Arrangements are entrusted to Family Services Funeral
Graciela Ivonne Valenzuela
Graciela Ivonne Valenzuela, age 19, of Kermit, passed away Monday,
August 31, 2015 in Midland, Texas. She was born May 11, 1995 in
Chihuahua, Mexico to Sandra (Valenzuela) Torrez.
was a 2015 graduate of Kermit High School. She was very outgoing
and loved to shop and give great makeovers. She was very active in
her church and loved to hang out with her friends.
is survived by her mother: Sandra Valenzuela of Kermit;
grandmother: Lorenza Torrez of Mexico; sister: Adriana Valenzuela
of Kermit; aunts: Myra Valenzuela, Rubi Hernandes, and Erma
Valenzuela; uncle: Javier Valenzuela and many friends.
is preceded in death by her grandfather: Antonio Valenzuela.
Funeral Services are scheduled for 12:00 noon, Thursday,
September 3, 2015 at Iglesia Apostolica de la fe en Cristo Jesus
with Rev. Roberto Moreno officiating. Interment will follow at
Kermit Cemetery. Arrangements were entrusted to Family Services
Lucia C. Hernandez
Lucia C. Hernandez, age 58, of Kermit, passed away Friday, September
4, 2015 in San Antonio, Texas. She was born September 16, 1956 in
Manuel Benavidez Chihuahua, Mexico to Alfaro and Josefa (Galindo)
Lucia was very loving woman very quick to laugh and tell
a joke. Her family greatly enjoyed her cooking skills. Often, Lucia
could be found reading her favorite book, knitting, hiking, or
sight-seeing. She was very proud of her family and served not only
as mother but family physician, shoulder to cry on and sometimes
family therapist. To her brothers she will always be known as Chia.
Lucia is survived by her husband: Rogelio Hernandez of
Presidio; three daughters: Lorena Hernandez and husband Joshua
Rodriquez of Monahans, TX; Larissa H. Aranda and husband Ricky of
Kermit, TX; and Liliana Hernandez of Monahans, TX; four brothers:
Felix Cabello and wife Lourdes of Ojinaga, MX; Jose Luis Cabello of
Lovington, NM; Rene Cabello and wife Romelia of Aldama, MX; and
Miguel Cabello and wife Ninfa of Chihuahua, MX; two sisters: Maria
Del Carmen of Tyler, TX and Josefa Arreola and husband Edumundo of
Kermit, TX; six grandchildren: Perla, Rogelio, Diego, Ricky,
She is preceded in death by her parents:
Alfaro and Josefa Cabello.
A Rosary is scheduled for 7:30 pm,
Tuesday, September 8, 2015 at Family Services Funeral Chapel.
Funeral Services are scheduled for 10:00 am, Wednesday, September 9,
2015 at St. Joseph Catholic Church with Father Mark Salas
officiating. Pallbearers will include: Mundo Arreola, Erik Arreola,
Josh Rodriquez, Ricky Aranda, Danny Brito and Jesus Brito. Interment
will follow at Kermit Cemetery. Arrangements were entrusted to
Family Services Funeral Parlor.
Juan Luiz Urias Sr.
Juan Luiz Urias Sr., age 58, passed from this life on Sunday,
September 6, 2015 at Winkler County Memorial Hospital in Kermit,
TX. He was born February 12, 1957 in Mulato, Mexico to the late
Jesus Urias and Guillerma (Saenz) Urias. He was Catholic.
Juan, also known as “Johnny” to his close friends and
family, worked as an electrician’s helper in the oil and gas
industry. He was a very outgoing man who enjoyed being active
outdoors. He enjoyed fishing and spending time with his family.
He had a TV schedule at home and enjoyed his coffee time. Johnny
loved his pets, which included two turtles, three dogs and two
birds. He was a loving, family man and will be missed dearly by
Those left to cherish his memory include his wife: Maria
Lucia Urias of Kermit; one son: Juan Urias Jr. and wife Denise
of Odessa; one daughter: Rocio Martinez and husband Joel of
Kermit; one brother: Mario Urias and wife Andrea of Kermit; four
sisters: Marisol Armendariz and husband Armando of Kermit,
Elizama Urias and Rosario Lujan, both of Odessa, and Socorro
Pantoja and husband Samuel of Presidio; six grandchildren:
Jasmin, Vivian, Ian, Isaac, Neima and Noel.
in death are his parents: Jesus and Guillerma Urias; three
brothers: Carmen Jesus Urias, Manuel Herbey Urias and Jose
A prayer service is scheduled for 7:00 pm,
Friday, September 11, 2015 at Family Services Funeral Parlor.
Funeral services are scheduled for 10:00 am, Saturday, September
12, 2015 at Family Services Funeral Parlor with Rev. Roberto
Moreno officiating. Pallbearers will include: Isaac Martinez,
Mario Urias, Eddie Armendariz, Herbey Urias, Jose Urias, Edgar
Juarez and Artemio Pantoja. Interment will follow at Kermit
Cemetery. Arrangements are entrusted to Family Services Funeral
Agustina Ramos Muniz|
Agustina Ramos Muniz, age 79, of Kermit, Texas passed away Tuesday,
September 15, 2015 in Odessa, Texas. She was born March 9, 1936 in
Ojinaga, Mexico to Angel Ramos and Casimira (Fierro) Ramos.|
Agustina was an active member of the Eastside Church of Christ,
She married the love of her life,
Francisco Muniz, on July 30, 1952 in Ojinaga, Mexico. Agustina loved
her family. She cherished her photos of family as well as gardening,
knitting and feeding the birds. Her grandkids called her “Lita” and
she was known to be an excellent cook. Agustina will be missed
dearly and was loved by all who knew her.
survived by her husband: Francisco Muniz of Kermit; her sons: Ramon
Muniz and wife Martha of Kermit, Jesus Muniz and wife Guadalupe of
Odessa, Manuel Muniz and wife Maria-Luisa of Kermit, Jose Luis Muniz
and wife Guadalupe of Kermit and Oscar Muniz and wife Glory of
Midland; her daughter: Zulema Morales and husband Carmen of Kermit;
two brothers: Eusebio Ramos of Andrews and Gregorio Ramos of Odessa;
three sisters: Adela Ramos, Cruz Ramos and Dominga Ramos, all of
Ojinaga, MX; twenty-five grandchildren, fifty-five great
grandchildren and four great-great grandchildren.
preceded in death by her parents: Angel and Casimira Ramos; son:
Rene Muniz; two brothers: Angel and Juan and one sister: Consuelo.
Prayer Services will be held on Friday, September 18, 2015,
beginning at 7:00 pm. Funeral Services are scheduled for 2:00 pm,
Saturday, September 19, 2015 at Eastside Church of Christ with
Brother Luz Parado officiating. Interment will follow at Kermit
Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Frankie Muniz, Ramon Muniz, Kristian
Payen, Jose Luis Muniz, Jr., Jesse Muniz, Jose Payen, Danny Muniz,
and Sammy Muniz. Arrangements are entrusted to Family Services
Maria Luisa Abila
Maria Luisa Abila, age 80, of Wink, passed away Saturday, September
19, 2015 in Midland, TX. She was born January 16, 1935 in Barstow,
Texas to Antonio and Maria (Salazar) Marrufo.
pride in taking care of her home and she deeply loved her family
and mothering others. She loved coffee, novellas and smokes. She
enjoyed people and wanted to visit with everyone. She had two
loving dogs, Willie and Rocky.
Martha is survived by her two
sons: Arturo Abila of Odessa, TX and Jesse Abila of Wink, TX; two
daughters: Terri Autrey and husband Brett of Kermit, TX and Melba
Abila of Odessa, TX; four brothers: Paul Marrufo and wife Rosa of
Corpus Cristi, TX, Robert Marrufo and wife Rosenda of Wink, TX,
Albert Marrufo and wife Abigail of Wink, TX and Ernesto Marrufo of
Wink, TX; five grandchildren: Jamie, Joany, Ashley, Whitney and
Tyler; six great-grandchildren: Braxton, Coe, Kinley, Parker,
Anthony and Braden.
She is preceded by her husband Florecio
“Lencho” Abila, her parents Antonio and Maria Marrufo and four
sisters and two brothers.
A Rosary will be held 7:00 pm,
Monday, September 21, 2015 at St. Joseph Catholic Church. Mass of
Christian Burial will be 2:00 pm, Tuesday, September 22, 2015 at
St. Joseph Catholic Church in Kermit with Father Mark Salas
officiating. Pallbearers will include: Albert Marrufo, Brett
Autrey, Roy Carrasco, Frank Moreno, Nick Ruiz, Larry Serrano and
Tyler Abila. Honorary Pallbearers will be: Paul Marrufo, Robert
Marrufo, Joe Carrasco, Zach Thompson, Stacy Hardin and Anthony
Gipson. Interment will follow at Kermit Cemetery. Arrangements were
entrusted to Family Services Funeral Parlor.
In lieu of
flowers the family requests, donations be given to the Alzheimer’s
Foundation of America, 322 8th Ave. 7th Floor, New York, New York,
Betty Knowles Hunter
May 10, 1935 – September 19, 2015
Betty Knowles Hunter from
Jal, New Mexico passed away peacefully on Saturday, September 19,
2015. Betty was born May 10, 1935 in Coleman, Texas and was 80 years
old. She was the daughter of Nettie and Walter Davis and Riley
Betty enjoyed watching her grandchildren play sports
and participate in activities, drinking coffee with “The Fun Bunch”
of Coleman, and traveling with her husband and friends. Betty was a
wonderful mom, mother-in-law and MaMa. She was deeply loved and
respected by many.
Betty graduated from Coleman High School
and received her Registered Nursing degree from New Mexico Junior
College in Hobbs. She spent many years serving in many of the
hospitals in Lea County, and went on to serve as the Director of
Nurses at Good Samaritan Nursing Home in Hobbs.
Betty was an
active member of the Jal United Methodist Church in Jal, and the
Trinity United Methodist Church in Coleman, Texas. She also spent
many years as a teacher and counselor at the children and youth
camps of Sacramento Methodist Assembly. She enjoyed serving her
community wherever she was living. Betty married Kenneth
Hunter on June 10, 1954 in Coleman, TX and later moved to Jal, NM
where they enjoyed raising their three sons, Rex, Mike, and Randy.
Their sons and families have provided great joy to them throughout
Betty is preceded in death by her parents,
Nettie and Walter Davis and Riley Knowles; grandson, Jared Hunter;
great-granddaughter, Haevyn Smith; and great-grandson, Karsten
She is survived by her husband, Kenneth Hunter of Jal
and sons: Rex (Jann) of Cloudcroft, NM, Mike (Karen) of Midland, TX,
and Randy (Joey) of Jal; brother: Robert Knowles of Dallas, TX;
nephew: Steve Davis (Jimmie Gail) of Coleman, TX; and niece: Ruby
Davis of Abilene, TX. She is also survived by her five
grandchildren: Dain (Leslie), Corey (Kimberly), Molly (Ben), Allison
(Donald), and Emily (Kevin) and six great-grandchildren: Emerson and
Greer Hunter, Kyson Smith, Blakely and Bostyn Hunter, and Cree
Services will be performed by Pastor Richard Dorsey
at the Jal United Methodist Church at 11am (MST) Tuesday, September
22, 2015. Pallbearers will include her grandsons: Dain Hunter, Corey
Hunter, Jared Hunter (Honorary), Ben Smith, Donald Wiklund, and
Kevin Parker. Burial to follow at Jal Cemetery.
provided by Family Services Funeral Parlor in Kermit, Texas.
Donations may be made to the Jared Hunter Memorial Scholarship Fund
at the Jal Wells Fargo Bank or the Jal United Methodist Church.
“Blessed is she who has believed that the Lord would fulfill His
promise to her.” Luke 1:45
Sharon Terry Winn Turnbo
Sharon Terry Winn Turnbo, died October 2, 2015 in Odessa. She
was born August 17, 1938, in Merkel, Texas to Harold Leon and
Thelda Jane Tucker Terry. Sharon married James Alton
(Jimmy) Winn on August 31, 1956, in Dallas, TX. Together they
reared two beautiful daughters, Devora Denice and Jamie Caprice,
each one special in her own way. In 1994, Sharon married
Eldon Glen Turnbo, and they spent 21 wonderful years together.
Sharon once described herself as an ordinary person
because she said that her life experiences and accomplishments
were much like those of any other person. During her 77
years she experienced heartbreak when her father, aged 29, died
when she was eight years old. She knew hardship when she and
James were both attending the University of North Texas and
rearing their three-year-old daughter, Devora, on a monthly G.I.
Bill allotment of $160. As a teacher for 37 years, Sharon
helped young people expand their knowledge and natural
potential. She also taught English to adult speakers of other
languages, helping them achieve their personal goals and gain
United States citizenship. Although she never attained
fame, Sharon served her community of Wink, TX, as a city council
member and her profession as a member of the State Board of
Directors for the Association of Texas Professional Educators.
Never a hero, she nonetheless once save a student from choking
by applying the Heimlich maneuver in the school cafeteria.
Sharon is preceded in death by her parents: Harold and
Thelda Terry Norman; brother: Harold Aubrey Terry; step-father:
Edward Cleo Norman; and first husband: James Winn.
surviving to celebrate her life include her husband: Glen Turnbo
of Odessa, TX; daughters: Jami Winn of Wink, TX, and Devora
Mitchell and companion Jeff Lajoie of Kermit, TX; grandchildren:
Jeremy Cross of Midland, TX, and Stephanie Carson and husband
Mac of Odessa, TX; great-grandchildren: Shaye and Gage Carson of
Odessa, TX; step-son: Steve Turnbo of Wink, TX; step-daughter:
Gail Couser and husband Carl of San Antonio, TX; half-brother:
Edward Cleo Norman Jr. of Denver, CO; step-sister: Judy Balzano
of Denver, CO; and many other relatives and friends.
memorial service is scheduled for 1:30 pm, Tuesday, October 6,
2015 at Family Services Funeral Chapel in Kermit, TX with
Corrine Naylor officiating assisted by Dr. Kathy Siepak. A
second memorial service will be scheduled at the Unitarian
Universal Church in Odessa at a later date. Honorary Pallbearers
will include: Jeff Lajoie, Carl Couser, Joe Turnbo, Jeremy
Cross, Mac Carson, Don Naylor, and Cliff Buchanan.
Arrangements were entrusted to Family Services Funeral Parlor of
In lieu of flowers donations in Sharon's name may
be made to the charity of your choice.
Jeanetta Lynn Stevens
Jeanetta Lynn Stevens, born November 30, 1967
in Kermit, Texas, left this earth on October 3, 2015. She attended
Kermit Schools for twelve years and was in K.H.S. band for two
years. Jeanetta worked at Medical Center Hospital for fifteen years
and Winkler County Hospital for a total of ten years.
Jeanetta was a very
compassionate woman, whose love was evident in caring for others and
her determination for saving dogs. She loved the mountains and had a
love for beaches and putting her toes in the sand. She loved riding
motorcycles and was a Harley Davidson girl. She enjoyed listening to
county music but was especially fond of George Strait and ZZ Top.
She was also a Saints fan but enjoyed watching any football team.
Above all, she loved her two children, Adrienne and Justin. She will
be missed dearly.
She is survived by a son: Justin Williams of
Kermit, TX; a daughter: Adrienne Williams of Kermit, TX; her
parents: Lonnie and Zella (Shaffer) Stevens; two brothers: Billy
Stevens and wife Robin of Kermit, TX and Clay Stevens and wife Becky
of Artesia, NM; numerous nieces, nephews, great-nieces and
great-nephews. She is also survived by all her adopted kids
throughout the years and all her furry babies, especially Nana.
Funeral Services are scheduled for 10:00 am,
Friday, October 9, 2015 at Family Services Funeral Parlor with
Pastor Terrel Culp officiating. Pallbearers will include: Billy
Stevens, Clay Stevens, Becky Stevens, Robin Stevens, Benjamin
Coronado and Brandon Stevens. Cremation will follow services.
Arrangements are entrusted to Family Services Funeral Parlor.
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