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Obituaries 2016
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Hermenegilda Lujan
Hermenegilda Lujan
Hermenegilda Lujan, age 85, of Kermit, passed away Tuesday, May 24, 2016 in Midland, TX. She was born April 13, 1931 in La Boquilla, MX to Herminio and Petra (Hernandez) Hernandez. She was a member of the St. Joseph Catholic Church.

Everyone called Hermenegilda “La Prieta”. She loved cooking and made the best hot tortillas. She enjoyed watching her soap operas. She cherished her family and had a deep love for them.

She is survived by two sons: Leo Lujan and wife Vicenta of Kermit, TX, and Alvaro Lujan and wife Dora of Kermit, TX; five daughters: Herminia Uranga and husband Pablo of Presidio, TX.; Carlota Burrola and husband Lorenzo of Midland, TX; Alicia Garcia and husband Juan Jr. of Kermit, TX; Elisama Tavarez and husband Arnaldo of Midland, TX, and Nora Villa and husband Jesus of Midland, TX; one sister: Irene Chavez and husband Genaro of Presidio, TX; twenty eight grandchildren; forty six great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.

She is preceded in death by her husband: Pablo Lujan; one son: Jaime Lujan; five brothers and one sister.
A Rosary will be held starting at 7:00 pm, Thursday, May 26, 2016 at Family Services Funeral Chapel. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 2:00 pm, Friday, May 27, 2016 at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Kermit, TX, with Father Jose de la Cruz Longoria officiating. Pallbearers will include: Ruben Lujan, Jose Uranga, Rodney Garcia, Orlando Tavarez, Pablo Uranga and Lorenzo Burrola Jr. Honorary Pallbearer will be: Leonel Lujan. Interment will follow at Kermit Cemetery.

Arrangements are entrusted to Family Services Funeral Parlor.
Domingo Velasquez
Domingo Pena Velasquez
Domingo Pena Velasquez, age 83, of Kermit, passed away Wednesday, June 1, 2016 in Kermit, TX. He was born February 19, 1933 in Ft. Stockton, TX to Geraldo and Margarita (Pena) Velasquez. He was a member of the St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Domingo loved the rodeo, he rode bulls and was a champion bronco rider. He enjoyed carpentry, painting and fixing up old houses and furniture. Domingo retired from Winkler County as a painter. He was a great cook, he loved to BBQ and tell stories with his family. He enjoyed taking care of his yard and playing the guitar. Domingo was a very proud man, he was strict but loved his kids greatly. He has shared his wisdom with his children telling them God first, then family.
He is survived by four sons: Pete Velasquez and wife Anita of Kermit, TX; Vidal Velasquez and wife Fay Hance of Midland, TX; Steve Velasquez of Odessa, TX; and Victor Velasquez of Abilene, TX; two daughters: Belinda Velasquez of Kermit, TX and Maggie Salgado and husband Antonio of Odessa, TX; three brothers: Jose Velasquez and wife Socorro of Monahans, TX; Estavan Velasquez and wife Anita of Ft. Stockton, TX; and Geraldo (Lalito) Velasquez and wife Sally of Odessa, TX; three sisters: Jesusita Gomez and husband Margarito of Ft. Stockton, TX; Yolanda Mendez of Lubbock, TX; Adelaida Dominguez and husband Moe of Midland, TX; thirteen grandchildren: Roxie, Rosella (Chela), Genevia, Glory (Lolie), Pete Jr. (Boy), Noe, Jaime, Philishia, Brian, Valorie, Vannie, Angie, and Prissy; and twenty-four great-grandchildren.
He is preceded in death by his wife: Fidela Velasquez; parents: Geraldo and Margarita Velasquez; and daughter: Celia Velasquez.
A Rosary will be held starting at 7:00 pm, Thursday, June 2, 2016 at Family Services Funeral Chapel. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 2:00 pm, Friday, June 3, 2016 at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Kermit, TX, with Father Kevin McDonald officiating. Pallbearers will include: Noe Rayos, Boy Velasquez, Brian Velasquez, Steven Granado, David Velasquez, and Jacob Rodriguez. Honorary Pallbearers will be: Victor Montez, Victor Velasquez, Ryan Velasquez, Oscar Muniz, Daniel Contreras and Lil Pete Velasquez. Interment will follow at Kermit Cemetery.  Arrangements are entrusted to Family Services Funeral Parlor.

Gary Johnson
Gary W. Johnson
Gary W. Johnson, age 81, passed from this life on Thursday, June 2, 2016 in Monahans, TX. He was born in Lubbock, TX on December 3, 1934 to Charles W. and Mary Lee (Shumann) Johnson.

Gary was a master builder, and a consummate cowboy. He was known to be a great horse trainer and was the prime example of an everyday hard working man’s cowboy. He was the model for the original “Cowtown Boots” logo. Gary loved playing the guitar, visiting with his friends, and dancing. He was known to share his cowboy wisdom and his quick wit with all he knew. He was a devoted family man and he had a special love for his grand and great-grandchildren.

He is survived by his son: Mike Driver and wife Molly of Albuquerque, NM; one daughter: Jeanna Johnson of Wink, TX; one brother: Gerald Johnson and wife Fontella of Oklahoma City, OK; six grandchildren: Trent Driver, Health Driver, Blake Driver, Layna Johnson, Savannah Johnson and Page Clark; twelve great-grandchildren and his beloved cousin Frank (Poncho) Stegall.

He was preceded in death by his wife Billie Johnson; one son: Matthew Johnson and his parents: Charles and Mary.

Funeral Services will be 2:00 pm, Monday, June 6, 2016 at Family Services Funeral Chapel with James Whitmire officiating. Pallbearers will include: Gary Hawkins, Danny Hawkins, Frank Kelton, Buddha Barta, James Hill and Michael Taylor. Honorary Pallbearers will be: Tommy Hawkins, Jeremy Cartwright, Taye Johnson, Kasen Ludvigson, Kade Ludvigson and Trent Driver. Burial will follow at the Pyote Cemetery.  Arrangements are entrusted to Family Services Funeral Parlor.

Mildred I Day
Mildred Inez Day
Mildred Inez Day, age 89, passed from this life on Thursday, June 9, 2016 at her home in Kermit, TX. She was born in Seville, FL on April 18, 1927 to George and Mary (Morrison) Baker.

Mildred was a member of the First United Methodist Church. She loved to square dance with the "Shooting Stars", enjoyed camping, drawing, painting in pastels, working puzzles, and playing cards and dominoes. Mildred had an extensive collection of pine cones and sea shells gathered over many trips to the mountains and the beach. She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Stars and a Girl Scout Troop Leader. Mildred was a hard worker, she helped manage J&M Electronics and Magpegasus Credit Union with her husband Jack. Mildred was a devoted mother and she had a special love for her grand and great-grandchildren. Mildred married Jack Day on May 29, 1950 in Ft. Worth, TX and they celebrated 61 years together before his death in 2012.

She is survived by her sons: Bob Day of Dallas, TX; John Day and wife Pam of Kermit, TX; 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 Slayton and husband James, and Garrett Louis; seven great-grandchildren: Zachary and Annabelle Eicher, Kohen and Gregory Gallardo, Johnny and Robert Webster, Jax Slayton and one on the way.

She was preceded in death by her husband: Jack Day; parents: George and Mary Baker; and grandson: Brian Day.

Funeral Services will be 10:00 am, Tuesday, June 14, 2016 at Family Services Funeral Chapel with Pastor Donnie Rollie officiating. Pallbearers will include: John Day, Robert Day, Mike Louis, Eric Day, Rick Eicher, Omar Gallardo, Garrett Louis and James Slayton. Honorary Pallbearers will be: Zachary Eicher, Annabelle Eicher, Kohen Gallardo, Gregory Gallardo, Johnny Webster, Robert Webster, and Jax Slayton. Burial will follow at the Kermit Cemetery.

Arrangements are entrusted to Family Services Funeral Parlor

James Mitchell
James "Don" Mitchell
James "Don" Mitchell, age 76, passed from this life on Sunday, June 12, 2016 at his home in Kermit, TX surrounded by his family. He was born in Maud, OK on January 10, 1940 to John T. "Buck" and Erma Mae (Jones) Mitchell.

Don as he was known to friends and family was a member of Northside Baptist Church. He loved being outside working in the yard, going for long walks and fishing. Don was a hard working man and retired after 33 years at El Paso Natural Gas. He was a big fan of Blue Grass Music and traveled all over with his brothers attending various festivals. Many times at family gatherings the guitar or other instruments would come out and the family would celebrated their own love of music together. Don had a deep love of God and could often be found sitting quietly studying his Bible. Most of all Don was devoted to his wife: Donna Sue. They were married in Jonesboro, LA on September 10, 1961 and they celebrated 47 years together before her death in 2008.

He is survived by son: Darin Mitchell and Sharla Herrera of Kermit, TX; daughters: D'Aunn Sharpe and husband Terry of McAlester OK, and Debby Egger and husband Monty of Kermit, TX; brothers: Leon Mitchell and wife Jan of Kermit, TX, and Gene Mitchell and wife Karen of Wink, TX; five grandchildren: Brendon Mitchell, Cyndy Kidd, Michael Mason, Jamie Sharpe, and Angel Sharpe; and 3 great-grandchildren: Kycen Adams, Kelson Kidd and baby K. Kidd on the way and Ava Mitchell.

He was preceded in death by his wife: Donna Sue Mitchell, and parents: Buck and Erma Mitchell.

Funeral Services will be 10:00 am, Thursday, June 16, 2016 at Family Services Funeral Chapel with Brothers Dudley Mullins and John Mailey officiating. Pallbearers will include: Leon Mitchell, Gene Mitchell, Brendon Mitchell, Michael Mason, Jamie Sharpe, and Frank Jones. Burial will follow at the Kermit Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers memorial donations can be made to the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 22478 Oklahoma City, OK 73123, or the American Lung Association, P.O. Box 7000 Albert Lea, MN 56007-8001.

Arrangements are entrusted to Family Services Funeral Parlor.
Anita Burnett
Anita Gail Burnett
Anita Gail Burnett, age 70, passed from this life on Saturday, June 18, 2016 at her home in Kermit, TX., surrounded by her family. She was born in Kermit, TX on September 28, 1945 to Clifton and Ruby Speed. Anita married Joe Burnett on December 31, 1962 in Odessa, TX, and they celebrated 53 years together.

Anita was a member of the First Baptist Church. She was a devoted wife and loved spending time with her grandchildren. Anita was a Dallas Cowboys football fan, and also enjoyed fishing and shopping. She had a very soft spot in her heart for animals. Her husband, children, and friends always knew she was the "Boss".

She is survived by her husband: Joe Burnett of Kermit; daughter: Karri Carter and husband Kenneth of Spearman, TX; son: Joe Burnett and wife Michelle of Arlington, TX; two grandchildren: Kassi Klein and husband Mike, and Kalie Carter; and one great-grandchild: Gavin Klein.

She was preceded in death by her parents: Clifton and Ruby Speed, four brothers, and two sisters.

Funeral Services will be 2:00 pm, Tuesday, June 21, 2016 at the First Baptist Church with Brother Dudley Mullins officiating. Pallbearers will include: Gary Speed, James Underwood, Ken Mays, Jerry Wright, Bob Fischer, and Stanley Mulsow. Burial will follow at the Kermit Cemetery.  Arrangements are entrusted to Family Services Funeral Parlor.

In lieu of flowers memorials in Anita's name may be sent to the First Baptist Church of Kermit 400 East Bryan, Kermit, TX. 79745.

Elizabeth Bustamante
Elizabeth Ann Bustamante
Elizabeth Ann Bustamante, age 63, passed from this life on Sunday, June 26, 2016 at Covenant Medical Center in Lubbock, TX., surrounded by her family. She was born in Tulsa, OK on May 18, 1953 to Harvey and Edna Branin. Elizabeth married Ray Bustamante on May 22, 1971 in Eunice, NM, and they celebrated 45 years together.

Elizabeth was a member of the 1st Assembly of God in Odessa, TX. She was devoted and faithful to her husband and family. She had the heart of a servant.  Strong in her fight with cancer; she set the example of how to fight. Ann was the sweetest and kindest person you could ever meet. She had a deep love for God and shared that with others. She worked at the Wink school for 30 years and loved her school kids and coworkers.

She is survived by her husband: Ray Bustamante of Wink, TX; two sons: Trey Bustamante and wife Vanessa of Midland, TX; and Shawn Bustamante and wife Amber of Midland, TX; mother: Edna Branin of Jal, NM; mother-in-law: Sylvia Bustamante of Wink, TX; one brother: H. Dee Branin and wife Sonia of Hobbs, NM; three sisters: Patsy Burrows and husband Bill of Jonesboro, LA; Linda Youngblood and husband Bill of Andrews, TX; and Margaret Whited and husband Russell if Quitman, TX; five grandchildren: Ben, Desiree, Maggie. Bradyn, and Justin.

She was preceded in death by her father: Harvey Branin; two brothers; John Branin and Ben Branin; and father-in-law: Reyes Bustamante.

Funeral Services will be 10:00 am, Friday, July 1, 2016 at the Wink High School Auditorium, with Pastor Keith McLelland officiating. Pallbearers will include: Chris Gilbreath, Shaun Dirden, Martin Lorta, Trey Bustamante, Shawn Bustamante, and Ben Bustamante. Honorary Pallbearer: Randy Rossell. Burial will follow at the Kermit Cemetery.  Arrangements are entrusted to Family Services Funeral Parlor.

In lieu of flowers, memorials in Ann’s name may be made to the Carolyn Aubrey Fund P.O. Box 778 Jal, NM, 88252
Faye Hall
Faye Marie Hall
Faye Marie Hall, age 82, of Kermit, passed from this life on Wednesday, June 29, 2016. She was born in Portales, NM on April 24, 1934, to L.W. and Pearl (Hullum) Lancaster.

Faye was a kind hearted woman with a sweet spirit. She was never quick to judge, or anger. She lived her life holding to her Christian values, and taught her children to treat others as she would have them treat her. Faye was the best homemaker, wife and mother. Faye spent 64 years of marriage with Fred and in that time they argued, fought, hugged, and loved. She weathered many hardships in her life, her father and brother passed at a very early age then later losing her mother and son. During these trials she never lost her zeal for life. She was a kind mother, grandmother, who loved everyone and to Faye, family wasn’t defined by blood. She took the valleys along with the hills, knowing there was a much larger plan in place and she would triumph in the end.

She is survived by her husband Fred Hall of Kermit, TX; one son: Donnie Hall and wife Kathy of Lake Jackson, TX; three daughters: Sherry Terry and husband Mark of Kermit, TX; Chris Shook and husband Stan of Katy, TX and Pam Stodghill and husband Charlie of Wink, TX; fifteen grandchildren: Amy and husband Chad, Scott, Morgan, Matt, Rachel, Chelsea and husband Richie, Aubree and husband Doug, Sam and wife Amber, Erin and husband Braegar and Sydney and five great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents: L.W. Lancaster and Pearl Lancaster-White; one son: Phillip “Peanut” Hall, one brother: Royce Lancaster.

Funeral Services will be 10amTuesday, July 5, 2016 at Church of Christ in Wink, TX officiated by Brother Terry Hill. Pallbearers will include: Donnie Hall, Charlie Stodghill, Stan Shook, Mark Terry, Gene Mitchell and Gary Richardson. Honorary Pallbearers will include: Bill Betcher, Don Kapka, Lee Wilson, David Kirk, Layne Nutt and Hack Haston.  Arrangements are entrusted to Family Services Funeral Parlor.

In lieu of flowers memorials in Faye’s name can be made to the charity of your choice.

Pickens "Inloe" Jennings Sr
Pickens "Inloe" Jennings Sr
Pickens "Inloe" Jennings Sr., age 79, of Homer, NE., died on July 8, 2016 at his home in Kermit, TX.. An Evening of Remembrance will be 7:00 pm, Wednesday, July 13, 2016 at Becker Hunt Funeral Home in South Sioux City, NE.. Burial and graveside services will be held at Riverview Cemetery, Chamberlain, SD. at 1:00 pm, Thursday, July 14, 2016.

"Inloe" was born July 3, 1937 to Clarence and Margaret Jennings on the tobacco plantation in Amsterdam, GA where his father was a carpenter foreman. He attended schools in Attapulgas, GA and Quincy, FL. He married Dale Evans, and had three sons by that union the divorced in 1961. In 1962 moved to Chamberlain, SD. where he met and married the love of his life, Joanne Fisher. They moved to Sioux City, IA. where he joined the Carpenters Local 948 being a member for over 55 years. He became a foreman for Holtze Construction and W.A Klinger retiring in 2000. As a master carpenter he life his print on many projects throughout the country including the St Lawrence Seaway in Mesina, NY. and the Great Bend Dam in Ft. Thompson, SD.. He took great pride in his accomplishments.

As a good ole' southern boy he had racing fever in his blood and took up racing stock cars at Raceway Park in South Sioux City for many years before giving it up and moving to an acreage outside Homer, NE. where he loved living the country life. After retirement because of his love of Gospel and Country music he decided to start his Mr. D.J. business doing Karaoke parties for friends and family. He also loved to dance traveling all over the country and bringing home many memories. He was a former member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, South Sioux City, NE..

Due to poor heath they moved to Kermit, TX in 2015 to be close to his wonderful son and family. He was so happy to be able to be with his grandchildren and great-grandchildren and had a great birthday celebration.

Those left to cherish his memory are his wife: Joanne; son: Ray and wife Janette; grandsons: Aaron, Daniel and spouse Noah, Pickens III "Trey" and wife Abigail; five great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.

He is preceded in death by his parents, sister, brother, three infant children, two sons, one granddaughter, and one great-granddaughter.

Arrangements are entrusted to Family Services Funeral Parlor.
Kirklyn D Bryant
Kirklyn D. Bryant
Kirklyn D. Bryant was born on April 29, 1957 in Odessa Texas. He was called home to the Lord on July 6, 2016. Visitation will be held all day Wednesday, July 13, 2016 at Shaffer Funeral Home with family present 6-8 p.m. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 am, Friday, July 15, 2016 at Faith Baptist Church in Kermit, TX with burial to follow in Kermit Cemetery.

He was preceded in death by two brothers, Stanley L. Bryant and Robert L. Bryant; a special cousin, Donald R. Williams; and grandchild, Memphis Soto. Kirklyn accepted Christ at an early age having been baptized at Faith Baptist Church in Kermit TX.

For over twenty-five years Kirk worked for Oxy, USA, prior to joining the Devon Energy family, three plus years ago. Kirk was an avid golfer and loved playing golf, along with working in his perfectly manicured yard. He was also an avid sports fan, with his favorite teams being the Los Angeles Lakers, Dallas Cowboys and the Texas Tech Red Raiders. More importantly he enjoyed being with and spending quality time with his family and friends.

A beloved son, husband, father and brother Kirkland is survived by his loving wife, Jo Ann; son, Devalon Bryant/Tamara; and his daughters, Raven Soto and Amanda Knight. Parents, Willie B and Margaret Bryant; brothers, Melvin Bryant/Thalia, Deon Bryant/Demetra, and Malcolmn Bryant. His sisters, Barbara Craig/Jack, Sandra Owens/Thomas, and Glynis (Susie) Williams. He had eight grandchildren, along with a host of nieces, nephews, and cousins.

Arrangements are entrusted to Family Services Funeral Parlor.
Victor Rodriguez 
Victor Rodriguez
Mr. Victor Rodriguez of Jal, New Mexico passed away on Wednesday, July 6, 2016 at the age of 54. At the time of his passing, his loved ones were at his bedside to comfort him and each other.

Victor was born October 29, 1961, and raised in Jal, the second of four children of Humberto and Alicia Rodriguez. Victor married Aime Armendariz and had three children. He worked in the welding industry for 30 years in many states across the country. He eventually returned to Jal and established Twin Peaks Services, LLC in 2013 with his second wife, Melissa Wright.

Among his friends and family he was known for his singing, guitar, playing and masterful storytelling. He also loved restoring cars and occasionally used his welding abilities on projects there were more creative in nature for family and friends. Some of those projects can be seen in and around his hometown of Jal. His sense of humor and generosity are legendary amongst those who knew him well.

Victor is survived by his wife: Melissa Wright Rodriguez; his ex-wife: Aime Rodriguez; sons: Humberto and Eric Rodriguez; daughter: Giselle Rodriguez Melancon; step-sons: Justin Hobbs and JT Middleton; step-daughter: Jaedyn Hobbs; father: Humberto Rodriguez; step-mother: Rosa Rodriguez; sister: Patricia Rodriguez Baker; and 7 grandchildren.

He is preceded in death by his mother: Alicia Rodriguez; sister: Amalia Rodriguez Lujan; and brother: Javier Rodriguez.

A memorial will be held 1:00 pm MST, Sunday, July 24, 2016 at the First United Methodist Church of Jal, NM followed by a meal and fellowship at the Jal Community Center at 3:00 pm MST. If you want to send flowers or plants or crosses all are fine or you can make a donation to Scottish Rite Hospital at the following website: https://community.tsrhc.org. Whatever you feel the need to do is wonderful. However, We as a family will be grateful for just your presence and condolences.

Arrangements are entrusted to Family Services Funeral Parlor.

Rosario Urquidi Rincon 
Rosario Urquidi Rincon 
Rosario Urquidi Rincon, age 53, of Kermit, passed away on July 13, 2016, in Odessa, TX. She was born on June 28, 1963 in Casas Grandes, MX to Manuel and Maria Luisa Palacios.

Rosario was born Maria Del Rosario Urquidi Palacios, She married and became Maria Del Rosario Urquidi Palacios Rincon. Mother is what her kids and grandkids would always call her. Mother is what she was best at. Mother was a mom to all. She was a woman of modest means. She drove around in a 2000 Ford F150. This was her chariot that she used to check on numerous children, grandchildren, friends, dogs, cats and chickens. She would always drive around to everyone’s houses and see if they were okay before making her daily commute to do her daily missions. She would always say, “I have missions to do.” She would do the most strenuous jobs to make a buck. She would clean somebody’s yard or break her back hauling construction debris to the dump on a blistering 108 degree day or she would clean houses. She would make all this money to then turn around and give all of it to someone in need. Her works in life made her extremely wealthy; not wealthy in money; but, wealthy in her soul. If there is one thing people will always remember about her, it is her heart, Mother was a God fearing woman who worked for those in need.

Rosario is survived by her husband Manny Rincon of Kermit, TX; her mother: Maria Martinez of Kermit, TX; four sons: Ramon Urquidi and fiancÚ Laurine Mendoza of Kermit, TX; Miguel Urquidi and wife Misti of Kermit, TX; Andy Urquidi and fiancÚ Amanda Sebastiani of Denver CO and Abraham Urquidi of Kermit, TX; two daughters: Erica Urquidi of Kermit, TX and Yesenia Urquidi of Midland, TX; four brothers: Bernardino Palacios of Kermit, TX; Lorenzo Orona and wife Priscilla of Odessa, TX; Elijio Orona of Kermit, TX and Ruben Martinez of Kermit, TX; three sisters: Yolanda Orona of Odessa, TX; Elizabeth Madrid of Odessa, TX and Leticia Armendariz and husband Albert of Odessa, TX and thirty grandchildren.

Service will be held 10:00 a.m., Saturday, July 16, 2016 at Iglesia Apostelica en la fe de Cristo Jesus officiated by Brother Roberto Moreno. Pallbearers will be: Elijio Orona; Ruben Martinez; Ramon Urquidi; Miguel Urquidi; Andy Urquidi and Abraham Urquidi. Honorary Pallbearers will include: Orlando Quiroz; Arnold Quiroz and Adiel Quiroz. Interment will follow at Kermit Cemetery.  Arrangements are entrusted to Family Services Funeral Parlor. 

Fred Ray Hall
Frederick "Fred" Ray Hall
Frederick "Fred" Ray Hall, age 82, of Kermit, passed from this life on Saturday, July 23, 2016. He was born in Childress, TX on May 28, 1934, to Fred A. and Bonnie “Dutch” (Neagle) Hall.
 
Fred was a member of the Church of Christ in Wink, TX. He enjoyed being around people which led him to becoming a car salesman. He had a thriving career for 22 years with the Kermit Motor Company. He was a very good car salesman.  His children would joke and say, "He could sell eggs to a chicken while she's laying them." Throughout his life, he had a great work ethic and was very dependable. Fred loved to read Western novels, listen to Country and Western music, and watch black and white Western shows. He had a heart the size of Texas and would give anyone the shirt off his back. He always enjoyed attending his class reunions in Childress, Texas.  
 
He is survived by one son: Donnie Hall and wife Kathy of Lake Jackson, TX; three daughters: Sherry Terry and husband Mark of Kermit, TX; Chris Shook and husband Stan of Katy, TX and Pam Stodghill and husband Charlie of Wink, TX; three brothers: Bill Hall and wife Mary of Orange, TX, Terry Hall and wife Gail of Happy, TX and Perry Hall and wife Vicki of Amarillo, TX; fifteen grandchildren: Amy and husband Chad, Scott, Morgan, Matt, Rachel, Chelsea and husband Richie, Aubree and husband Doug, Sam and wife Amber, Erin and husband Braegar and Sydney; and five great-grandchildren.
 
He was preceded in death by his wife: Faye Hall; one son: Phillip “Peanut” Hall and his parents: Fred A. and Bonnie "Dutch" Hall.
 
Memorial Services will be 2 pm,Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at Family Services Funeral Chapel officiated by Brother Terry Hill. Honorary Pallbearers will include: Bill Hall, Terry Hall, Perry Hall, Jack Wright, Layne Nutt, Hack Haston, Gary Richardson, Gene Mitchell, Bill Betcher, Don Kapka, Lee Wilson, and David Kirk.
 
In lieu of flowers memorials in Fred’s name can be made to the American Heart Association 10900-B Stonelake Blvd., Suite 320 Austin, TX 78759
and the American Cancer Society 2304 W. Wadley Midland, TX 79705.
 
Arrangements are entrusted to Family Services Funeral Parlor.

Dot McKay
Dot (Dorothy) McKay
Dot (Dorothy) McKay, age 61, of Wink, passed from this life on Monday, July 25, 2016. She was born to Edward Jerry and Nettie Lee Jones, in Jal, NM on August 31, 1954.

Dot was a woman who enjoyed life to the fullest. On November 19,1968, she married her sweetheart and best friend Ron McKay. They lived and loved for 47 years. One of her favorite thing to do was to ride on the back of the motorcycle with her husband. It didn't matter if it was the mountains of Colorado or the coast of California; they always enjoyed each other's companionship. She worked 5 years at Jimmy's Liquor. Dot loved to read and was always busy. She loved spending time with family and friends. Whether it was at home or at the lake, she always enjoyed the people in her life. She was a loving and caring mother and a friend to all she met.

She is survived by her husband: Ronald McKay of Wink, TX; two daughters: Tina Williams ad husband Bobby of Odessa, TX and Delinda Brooks of Wink, TX; two brothers: Melvin Jones of Oregon and Jr. Jones of Jal, NM; two sisters: Nancy Jones of South, TX and Susie Feuerborn of Colorado; mother-in-law: Billie Jo McKay of Wink, TX; brothers-in-law: Chris McKay of New Mexico, and Doug McKay of Nashville, TN; two sisters-in-law: Wendy Jones of Dallas, TX, and Kim McManus of South Texas; nine grandchildren: Samantha, Stephen, Samuel, Simon, Seth, Monique, Jonathan, Elizabeth and Devin; nine great-grandchildren: Ramon, Bella, Iana, Izaya, Zoe, Rossi, Chloe, Kia, and Ally; and numerous nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her son: Jimmie Calvin McKay; brother: Buddy Jones, sisters: Doris Ann Little and Mable Jones; father-in-law: Jimmie McKay and her parents: Edward and Nettie Jones.

In lieu of flowers, memorials in Dorothy’s name can be made to the American Lung Association, 55 West Wacker Drive, Suite 1150, Chicago, IL 60601.

Arrangements are entrusted to Family Services Funeral Parlor.

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