|Adrian Dwight “Duke” Lee
Funeral services for Adrian Dwight “Duke” Lee, 30, of Sweeny will be
Monday, June 4, 2001 at 11:00 a.m. at First Missionary Baptist Church in
Angleton with Rev. G.R. Holland officiating. Burial will be in Morris Cemetery
in Old Ocean, Texas.
He died Tuesday, May 29, 2001 at Hermann Hospital in Houston, Texas.
He was a member of Rocking AT Riding Club and Mighty Fine Riding Club.
He is survived by his father, Herman Bell, Sr., and Johnnie Mae of
Brazoria; mother, Albertha Lee of Old Ocean; one daughter, Michaela Lee
of Bay City; three brothers, Howard Edwards and Herman Bell, Jr. of Brazoria,
Marc Edwards of Clute; one sister, Katina Brown of Cedar Lake; and a host
of other relatives and friends.
Active pallbearers will be Marshall Woodard, Freddie Bonner, Cunnie
Woodard, Jr., Floyd Ray Bess, Chedverick Tims, J.D. Green, Kenneth Spears
and Rickey Washington.
Honorary pallbearers will be Allen Horak, Lance Green, Rex Hopkins,
Kevin Loftis, Daryl Lee and John Lee.
Visitation will be Sunday, June 3, 2001 from 12:00 to 8:00 p.m. at
the Dixon Funeral Home Chapel and a wake Sunday, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00
p.m. at the church Monday from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. only. No viewing
Arrangements by Dixon Funeral Home, Brazoria, Texas.
Bill D. Manuel
Bill D. Manuel, 39, passed away Thursday, May 24, 2001 in Bastrop,
Texas. He was a local resident of Angleton for the past 13 years until
September when he moved to the Austin area. Bill was a loving father who
graduated from Coffee High School, Marion Military Institute, and the University
of North Alabama. He was a Captain in the Army 3/6th Artillery at Fort
Riley, Kansas. After leaving the army he moved near his son’s family in
Brazoria County where he worked at BASF for 12 years.
There was a private graveside service in Jena, Louisiana on May 27,
2001 where he chose to be buried with his uncle, Robert Manuel II, his
grandparents and his great-grandparents Manuel.
Bill is survived by his son, Robert “Bobby” Vest Manuel III if Angleton;
parents, Edmond and Carolyn Manuel of Florence, Alabama; brother, Eddie
Manuel and wife, Tina Manuel; and niece, Carolyn Manuel of Rogerville,
Memorials may be made to Community Service Credit Union in care of
Robert Vest Manuel III, P.O. Box 1540, Angleton, TX 77515 to pay for funeral
Harvey Emmitt Whitehead
Harvey Emmitt Whitehead, born May 30, 1924, in Galveston, Texas, died
June 1, 2001, in Angleton, Texas. Memorial services will be held at 2:00
p.m. Sunday, June 3, 2001 at Palms Funeral Home. The family will receive
friends from 6-8 p.m. Saturday at Palms Funeral Home.
Harvey graduated from Ball High, Galveston, 1940. Harvey served in
the U.S. Army from 1943 to 1945, was a Sergeant in the 517th Combat Unit
Company F attached to the 82nd Airborne. He participated in such campaigns
as the Invasion of Normandy (D-Day), and the Battle of the Bulge. He was
wounded in action twice and received two Purple Hearts. He was highly decorated
for his bravery and leadership in combat. Harvey played baseball and fastpitch
softball in the Galveston City League, and won batting titles in both leagues.
Harvey played minor league baseball for the Galveston Whitecaps in The
Texas League. He played fastpitch softball for Bosticks of LaMarque from
1950-1952. He joined the Lake Jackson Gators Softball Team in 1953. He
played and coached with the Gators until 1961. He was an ASA Softball Commissioner
from 1962-1966. In 1962 he formed the Lake Jackson Kats, this was the area’s
first women’s fastpitch softball team. The Kats won several state titles
over the next few years. In 1969 Harvey coached to Lake Jackson Lakers
Women’s Softball Team. That year they won state, regional and played in
the Worlds Tournament in Tucson, Arizona. Harvey was an avid sportsman
who loved the outdoors. He had a special passion for hunting and fishing.
He worked as a comptroller for Monical and Powell, Betco and Win-Way. He
owned Clute Automotive at the time of his illness in 1995.
He is survived by his wife, Martha Whitehead of Angleton; sister and
brother-in-law, Willie Mae and Julian Nance of Galveston; daughters and
sons-in-law, Pam and Severo Garcia of Clute, Gay and Kenny Backus of Houston,
Saundra and Rakesh Jain of Clute; son and daughter-in-law, Willie and Vicki
Whitehead of Lake Jackson; 8 grandchildren, 8 great grandchildren; and
honorary family members, the Lake Jackson Gator Softball Team past and
present. “Once a Gator always a Gator”.
In lieu of flowers the family request donations be made to your local
girls softball association.
Arrangements by Palms Funeral Home, Angleton, Texas.
Justo Rodriguez Ramirez
Funeral services for Justo Rodriguez Ramirez, age 58, of Freeport will
be held at 1:00 p.m., Monday, June 4, 2001 at Holy Trinity Catholic Church
with Father Enquiro Bravo, celebrant. Burial will follow at Angleton Cemetery.
Visitation will be held from 4:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on Sunday at Palms
Funeral Home and Christian Wake service at 7:00 p.m.
Justo was born on March 11, 1943 to Juses and Appolina Rodriguez Ramirez
in Bay City, Texas. He died Friday, June 1, 2001 at Angleton- Danbury Medical
Surviving are father, Jesse Ramirez of Angleton; wife, Mary Jane Ramirez
of Freeport; daughter, Vanessa Ramirez of Angleton; brothers, Jesse Ramirez,
Jr. of Freeport, Domingo Ramirez of Angleton; sisters, Mary Ramirez of
Houston, Guadalupe Ramirez of Angleton, Carmen Gero of New York; and grandchild,
Ariel White Ramirez of Angleton.
Pallbearers will be Isidoro Sisneros, Jr., Joe Sisneros, Jesse Cisneroz,
Frank Cisneroz, Robert Lopez and Onofre Ruiz.
Arrangements by Palms Funeral Home, Angleton, Texas.
Thelma R. Gill
Thelma R. Gill, 86, of Van Vleck died at her residence May 31, 2001.
She was born June 2, 1914 in Handley, Texas to the late Alfred Payne and
Nannie Velma Hobbs Williams. Mrs. Gill was a member of St. Peter Lutheran
Church in Bay City, a resident of the Bay City/Van Vleck area the past
40 years, and a member of the Eastern Star.
Although Mrs. Gill had no children of her own she is survived by her
sister, Esther McDaniels of Aransas Pass, Texas; and numerous nieces, nephews
and loving in-laws. She was preceded in death by her husband, Donald R.
Gill and 8 brothers and 1 sister.
Funeral services will be 2:00 p.m. Monday, June 4, 2001, at St. Peter
Lutheran Church with Pastor Eric Klimpel officiating. Interment will be
at Roselawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Van Vleck.
Pallbearers will be Leon Nunley, Jerry Gill, Stuart Nunley, Willie
Knighton, Phillip Gill and Christopher Jones.
Memorials may be made to Hospice Support, Inc., P.O. Box 1417, El Campo,
TX 77437 or St. Peter Lutheran Church, 1909 Peach St., Bay City, TX 77414.
Arrangements by Taylor Bros. Funeral Home, Bay City, Texas, 979-245-4613.
Funeral services for Gloria Gamboa, 55, of Brazoria, will be held at
12:00 noon, Saturday, October 2, 1999, at First Baptist Church of Brazoria
with Bro. Jose DeLeon, Jr. officiating.
Burial will follow in the Brazoria Cemetery.
Visitation will be 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Friday, October 1, 1999
with a wake service from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Dixon Funeral Home
Mrs. Gamboa was a member of Primera Iglesia Bautista in Brazoria.
Survivors include her husband, Adan B. Gamboa, Sr. of Brazoria; six
sons, Rogelio R. Gamboa and wife, Maria Victoria, Antonio R. Gamboa and
wife, Maria, Pedro R. Gamboa and wife, Rita, all of Brazoria, Ricardo R.
Gamboa and wife, Maria Anita of West Columbia, Ruben R. Gamboa and wife,
Maria Anjelica of Freeport and Adan B. Gamboa and wife, Rita of Jones Creek;
two daughters, Eva R. Gamboa of Brazoria and Arminda Gamboa of Angleton;
three brothers, Jesus Ramos and wife, Frances of Odessa, Louis Ramos and
wife, Estella of Pasadena and Miguel Ramos and wife, Delma of Jal, New
Mexico; four sisters, Lucy R. Aguilar of San Antonio, Irma Guerra and husband,
Hector of Kermit, Mary Hernandez and husband, Robert of Dallas and Lilly
R. Luna of Odessa; 24 grandchildren; and a host of other relatives and
Active pallbearers will be Rogelio R. Gamboa, Antonio R. Gamboa, Pedro
R. Gamboa, Ricardo R. Gamboa, Ruben R. Gamboa and Adan B. Gamboa.
Honorary pallbearers will be Wayne French, Fernando Cantu, Robert Solis,
Noel Therrien, Joe Salazar, Sr. and Michael Martinez Bills.
Arrangements by Dixon Funeral Home in Brazoria, Texas.
James “Jim” Russell Gundy
Funeral services for James Russell Gundy, 37, of West Columbia, will
be held at 1:00 p.m., Saturday, October 2, 1999, at St. John’s Catholic
Church in West Columbia with Father Lee Flores officiating.
Burial will follow in the Columbia Cemetery in West Columbia, Texas.
He passed away Wednesday, September 29, 1999, in Fort Worth.
Visitation will be 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Friday, October 1, 1999,
at Baker Funeral Home Chapel in West Columbia.
Jim was born June 7, 1962 in Bay City and was a member of St. John's
Catholic Church. He attended the University of Texas, was an Eagle Scout
and worked for Texas New Mexico Power Company. Jim had a strong commitment
to his family and was greatly loved by them.
Survivors include his parents, Louis and Dolores Gundy of West Columbia;
daughters, Jennifer and Brittney Ochoa; brothers and sister-in-law, Phil
and Beth Gundy of Houston and Louis Gundy, III and Martina Carerra of Houston;
sisters and brothers-in-law, Kathryn Henkel of Dallas, Kelly and Dave Herberger
of Houston and Barbara and Rick Sloan of Belmont, North Carolina; special
friends, Alex and Mollie Seabourne of West Columbia; and nieces and nephews,
Jean and Austin Herberger, Stephanie and Carolyn Henkel, Lillian and Travis
Sloan and Griffin Gundy.
Pallbearers will be Glen Bell, Stewart Crouch, Tommy Jenn, Gary Patterson,
Danny Pelt, Scott Summers and Chris Walthall.
Memorial contributions may be made to CEMS.
Arrangements by Baker Funeral Home in West Columbia, Texas.
Mary Ann Jensen
Memorial services for Mary Ann Jensen, 55, of Lake Jackson, will be
held at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, October 2, 1999, at the First Christian Church
in Lake Jackson with Reverend John Canyus officiating.
She passed away in an automobile accident at the intersection of This
Way and FM 2004 Tuesday, September 28, 1999.
Mary Ann Jensen was born and raised in Bilaspur, India, the daughter
of missionaries. In her travels as a teacher, Mary Ann spent time in Bangkok,
Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Hawaii and Kuwait. She made her home here in
Lake Jackson for 21 years. She was employed by BISD in the early 1980’s
and has worked for the Brazoria County Retrieve Prison Unit since 1989,
where she continued to serve as a teacher.
Mary Ann has been an active member of the First Christian Church in
Lake Jackson and was on the Education and Outreach Committee for many years.
She was preceded in death by her mother, Ruth Ratzlaff; daughter, Sharon
Ruth Jensen; and brother, Harold Eugene Ratzlaff.
Survivors include her father, Harold Ratzlaff of Kansas; her husband,
Gary Jensen of Lake Jackson; son Fredrick, Jensen of Oakland, California;
daughter, Laura Jensen of Huntsville; and many other relatives and friends.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to an education fund
for the surviving children at Texas Gulf Bank, Account Number 2008009260
in their names. Fredrick Jensen is attending the University of California
at Berkeley and Laura Jensen is attending the State University of Sam Houston
Mary Viola Brown
Funeral services for Mary Viola Brown, 82, of Brazoria, are pending
at Baker Funeral Home in Brazoria.
She passed away Thursday, September 30, 1999, at Sweeny Community Hospital.
“OUR ANGEL HAS GOTTEN HER WINGS”
Funeral services for Kimberly Celeste Stephens Dougherty, 4, of Lake
Jackson, will be held at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, October 2, 1999, at St.
Michael’s Catholic Church with Father Leo Wleczyk and Bro. Royal Jacobs
Interment will follow in Colonial Cemetery.
She passed away Tuesday, September 28, 1999, at Hermann Hospital in
Visitation will be 4:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Friday, October 1, at Stroud
Funeral Home. A children’s wake will be held at 5:00 p.m., Friday, at the
Kimberly touched so many of our lives with her joy and happiness. We
will all miss her terribly but she has gone to be with Jesus in Heaven
where she is doing all those things she couldn’t do in her short life here.
We thank God for allowing our angel to be among us and allow us a glimpse
of heaven. She has become our guardian angel.
Survivors include her mother, Amanda Stephens of Denver, Colorado;
father, Joseph Dougherty of Lake Jackson; grandparents, Jim and Nancy Stephens
and Mike and Donna Dougherty, all of Lake Jackson; great-grandparents,
Jean Vincent of Mentor, Ohio, Jackson Reimer of Lake Jackson and Marleen
and Luther Britt of Refugio; uncles, Mickey Dougherty, Randal Manthei and
Joseph Stephens and wife, Mercedes; aunts, Carolyn Foerster and husband,
Kyle, Brianne Glichowski, Bobbi Krihwan and Cathryn O’Toole; god parents,
Thomas and Evelyn Reimer, Mickey Dougherty and Kathy Moore; and many other
loving relatives and friends.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to be made to the
The Kimberly Dougherty Pavilion, c/o Colonial Cemetery, P.O. Box 2068,
Brazoria, Texas 77422 and UMDF, P.O. Box 1151, Monroeville, Pennsylvania
Arrangements by Stroud Funeral Home in Clute, Texas 409-254-1188.
Roy Winston Lovelace
Graveside services for Roy Winston Lovelace, 51, of Angleton, will
be held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, October 2, 1999, in the Angleton Cemetery
with Rev. Dan Danheim officiating.
He passed away Thursday, September 30, 1999, in Lake Jackson.
Roy Winston Lovelace was born June 10, 1948 in San Angelo to John Lowell
and Flora Lena Eaton Lovelace. He was a member of First United Methodist
Church, a member of Clowns International of America and was a Dow Chemical
Survivors include his wife, Carole Lovelace of Angleton; daughters,
Holly Lee Lovelace Odom and husband, Shawn Phillip Odom of Nacogdoches
and Karen Lynn Lovelace of San Marcos; brother, John Lowell Lovelace, Jr.
and wife, Bennie of Houston; mother-in-law, Penny Cashion of Pasadena;
brother-in-law, John C. Cashion and sister-in-law, Donna Cashion, both
of Fayetteville, Texas; four nephews; and three nieces.
in lieu of usual remembrances, donations may be made to the American
Heart Association or the American Cancer Society.
Arrangements by Palms Funeral Home in Angleton, Texas.
William E. (Billy) Patterson, III
Funeral services for Billy Patterson, 57, of Angleton, will be held
at 10:00 a.m., Saturday, October 2, 1999, at Palms Funeral Home with Rev.
Kent Pate officiating.
Burial will follow in the Angleton Cemetery.
Mr. Patterson passed away Tuesday, September 28, 1999.
Visitation will be 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Friday, with the family
receiving friends from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Billy was born October 14, 1941 in Galveston to William and Bessie
Pacheck Patterson, Jr. He was a 1960 graduate of Danbury High School, was
an active member of Northway Baptist Church and was past president of “Council
on Substance Abuse” board where he had served for six years.
He had been a member of Fightin’ Aggie Band, had coached and served
on the Danbury Little League Board and PTO, and he had also been the announcer
for Danbury home football games. Billy was a member of Brazoria County
Fair Association where he volunteered for Senior Citizen Day and Little
Mr. and Mrs. Fair Contest, served on the Bar-b-que Cookoff Committee and
the Communications Committee. He was a member of Angleton Masonic Lodge
He and his wife, Kay, were owners and operators of “Especially For
You” in Angleton. His work career included Brazoria County Sheriff’s Department,
U. S. Contractors and retirement from Dow Chemical. He was presently working
for Performance Contractors.
He was preceded in death by his father, Willy Patterson in 1978; and
father-in-law, Denmon Griggs in 1989.
Survivors include his wife, Kay Patterson; mother, Bessie Patterson
Orsak; children, Cheryl Fowler and her husband, Robert (Bubba), James (Bo)
Patterson and Billy Ed Patterson and his wife, Shari; sister, Mary Ruth
Patterson; mother-in-law, Mary Lou Griggs; grandchildren, Amber Sprague,
Ashley and Eric Fowler and Sara Patterson; and aunts, Toddy Clements, Opal
Turner and Janett Burris.
Pallbearers will be Don Amico, Ronnie Trahan, August Parra, J. L. Obenhaus,
Ronnie Harper, Gary Niblett, Ray Hodges, Jimmy Wootton and Leo Brock.
Honorary pallbearers will be Louis Smith, Robert “Nuck” Peltier, Ben
Hudson, Don Hockett, A. C. Wright, Jimmy Walters and employees of Performance
In lieu of usual remembrances, donations may be made to the Council
on Substance Abuse, 744 Henderson, Road, Angleton, Texas 77515 or Northway
“United We Build Fund”, 1421 Buchta Road, Angleton, Texas 77515.
Arrangements by Palms Funeral Home in Angleton, Texas.
Gertrude “Shorty” Perry
Funeral services for Gertrude “Shorty” Perry, 96, of West Columbia
will be held at 11:00 a.m. Monday, May 8, 2000 at Baker Funeral Home Chapel
- West Columbia with Rev. Rex Carleton officiating.
She died Friday, May 5, 2000 in Lake Jackson.
Burial will be in Cedar Lawn Haven of Rest in West Columbia.
Visitation will be held at Baker Funeral Home Chapel on Sunday, May
7, 2000 between 3:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. in West Columbia.
Mrs. Perry was born August 26, 1903 in Jasper, Florida.
She is survived by her niece, Gloria Ledtje Price of Houston; step-son,
Louis P. Smith of Alvin; nephews, B. C. Holtzendorf of Stark, Florida and
William Perry, Jr. of Sweeny; great nephews, Russell C. Price and Randy
She was preceded in death by her parents, Charles Wesley and Nancy
J. McGhin; husband, Frank O. Perry; brother, Ernest McGhin and sisters,
Freida Ledtje, Kate Morgan and Ethel Holtzendorf.
Pallbearers will be Melvin Coddou, Matthew Degaugh, Jody Elam, Gary
Graham, Greg Graham, Randy Price, Russell Price and C. J. Smith.
Arrangements by Baker Funeral Home - West Columbia.
Ava Adell Cox
Funeral services for Ava Adell Cox, 84, of Houston, formerly of West
Columbia, will be held 2:00 p.m. Thursday, June 8, 2000 at Columbia United
Methodist Church, West Columbia, with Rev. Rex Carleton officiating.
She died Saturday, June 3, 2000 in Houston.
Burial will be at Columbia Cemetery in West Columbia.
Visitation will be at Baker Funeral Home Chapel on Wednesday, June
7, 2000 between 2:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. in West Columbia.
Ava was born June 12, 1915 in Rockdale, Texas. She was a member of
the First Capitol Study Club, Columbia United Methodist Church and United
She was preceded in death by her son-in-law, Lloyd Bruce Eddy; brothers,
Frank M. Bownds, Roy Bownds; and sister, Velma Little.
Survivors include her husband, W. F. “Bill” Cox of Houston; daughters
and son-in-law, Frances Adell Eddy of Houston, Joan Elizabeth and Michael
Ryan of San Marcos; sister, Geraldine Collinsworth of Odem; grandchildren,
Kimberly Elizabeth Gliganic, Melanie Adell Overholt, Elizabeth Marava Jackson;
great-grandson, William Kirk Jackson.
Pallbearers will be members of the Men’s Sunday School Class, Ray Sauer,
Jim Hankins, James Farmer, Jack Patterson, Bo Covington and Kenneth Welsch.
Memorials may be made to Columbia United Methodist Church or Alzheimers
Arrangements by Baker Funeral Home, West Columbia.
Clara Mae Hutton
Clara Mae Hutton, 74, of Lake Jackson passed away Tuesday, June 6,
2000 at Brazosport Memorial Hospital.
Funeral services are pending with Lakewood Funeral Chapel.
Elbert Lee “Coach” Yoes
Having fought the good fight, finished the race and kept the faith,
Elbert Lee “Coach” Yoes was received into our Heavenly Father’s eternal
kingdom on June 4, 2000. His family was with him at Clear Lake Regional
Medical Center in Webster, Texas to celebrate his release from his quarter
century battle with Parkinsonism. The funeral service will be held Thursday,
June 8, 2000 at 10:00 a.m. at the First Baptist Church in Angleton with
Dr. Rodney Bowman officiating. Entombment will follow at Restwood Cemetery
in Lake Jackson. Visitation will be held from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. on Wednesday,
June 7, 2000 with the family receiving friends from 5-8 p.m. at Palms Funeral
Elbert Lee “Coach” Yoes was born June 24, 1922 in Iowa Park, Texas
to Elbert Rector and Annie Lee Taylor Yoes. On July 26, 1947 he married
Charlotte Mae Buff. He had been an Angleton resident since 1957 and was
a member of First Baptist Church in Angleton. Elbert received his Bachelor’s
of Arts in religious education from Howard Payne College in 1947 and his
Master of Science in Education from Baylor University in 1967. For 36 years
he touched thousands of lives as coach, mentor and teacher predominately
in Angleton Independent School District. He cherished the memories of his
youth baseball coaching activities and was a Golden Gloves lightweight
division reserve champion in the late 1940’s. Reborn into the fellowship
of Christians at an early age, Elbert recognized God’s call to the ministry
and was licensed to preach by Howard Payne College. After serving several
summers in the Baptist Student Union and in area churches ministering through
music and the preaching of God’s word, he felt the call to go into public
education where he utilized his skills effectively.
Elbert was preceded in death by his parents and by his sisters, Jimmie
Robinson and Opal Parker.
He is survived by his wife, Charlotte Mae Yoes of Angleton; son, Charles
Elbert Yoes and wife, Stephanie of Dickinson; daughters, Melodee Yoes Beadle
and husband, James of Wallisville, Carole Yoes West and husband, John of
Navasota and Holly Belle Rickard and husband, Jerome of New Braunfels;
brothers, Bill C. Yoes and wife, Victoria of Rising Star, David Yoes and
wife, Charlene of Grandview, and Don C. Yoes of May; sisters, Euna Mae
Thompson and husband, Thetus of Norwood, North Carolina, and Frances Causey
of Dallas; eight grandchildren, four great-grandchildren; and numerous
nieces and nephews.
In lieu of usual remembrances, memorials may be made to the First Baptist
Church Television Ministry in Angleton, the Charlotte Buff Yoes scholarship
fund at Howard Payne University, P.O. Box 2369, Brownwood, Texas 76804
the and/or the American Parkinsons Disease Association, 1250 Hylan Blvd.,
Suite #4B, Statton Island, N.Y. 10305-1944.
Arrangements by Palms Funeral Home in Angleton.
Mary Lou Wainwright
Mary Lou Wainwright, 75, of Alta Vista, died Sunday, June 4, 2000 at
the Morris County Hospital in Council Grove.
She was born June 4, 1925 in Alta Vista the daughter of Jack and Alice
Strom Ziegler. She married Edgar Wainwright in Alta Vista on April 29,
1944 and attended Simpson United Methodist Church at Alta Vista. She enjoyed
working in her flower garden, and attending school events at Council Grove
and Alta Vista.
She is survived by her husband; six sons, David Wainwright and wife,
Nancy of Lake Jackson, Dennis Wainwright of Shawnee, Kansas, Don Wainwright
and wife, Tammy of Manhattan, Kansas, Dale Wainwright and Kris, of Garden
City, Kansas, Dean Wainwright and wife, Brenda of Wichita, Kansas, Darren
Wainwright and wife, Deb of Overland Park, Kansas; one sister, Helen McDiffett
of Alta Vista, Kansas; one brother, Virgil Ziegler of Alta Vista, Kansas;
seven grandchildren, Andrea Wainwright, Daniel Wainwright, Darci Wainwright,
Diann Wainwright, Kyle Wainwright, Erin Wainwright and Amber Wainwright.
Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, June 7, 2000
at the Kendall Funeral Chapel in Council Grove with interment to follow
in the Alta Vista Cemetery at Alta Vista.
Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association.
Arrangements by Kendall Funeral Chapel, Council Grove, Kansas, (316)767-5161.