OZONA - Isabel Molina, 81, died Sunday, May 16, 1999, at her residence.
Service will be at 4 p.m. today at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic
Church with burial in Lima Cemetery. Arrangements are by Preddy Funeral
She was born April 30, 1918, in Ozona and was a lifetime resident.
She was a homemaker and a Catholic.
Survivors include her husband, Juan Molina of Ozona; three daughters,
Hilda Valdez of Cartersville, Ga., and Beatriz Galvan and Pifi Borrego,
both of Ozona; a son, Juan Molina Jr. of Buchanan, Ga.; a brother, Ramiro
Luna of Midland; 19 grandchildren; and numerous great-grandchildren.
BRADY - Gladys Crump, 86, of Castle Rock, Colo., and formerly of Brady,
died Saturday, May 15, 1999, in Castle Rock.
Service will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in Heritage Funeral Home Chapel
with burial in Live Oak Cemetery.
She was born Sept. 17, 1912, in McCulloch County. She was a homemaker
and a member of the Church of Christ.
Survivors include two daughters, Shirley George of Highlands Ranch,
Colo., and Carol Bryson of Brownwood; four grandchildren; three great-grandchildren;
and numerous nieces and nephews.
COLEMAN - Charles Donaghey, 74, of Novice died Tuesday, May 18, 1999,
in a Temple nursing home.
Graveside service will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in Rough Creek Cemetery.
Arrangements are by Stevens Funeral Home.
She was born Oct. 16, 1924, in Tennessee and had lived in Big Lake
for 30 years before moving to Novice in 1984. He was a Navy veteran and
had worked in the oil field as a derrick hand and truck driver. He was
a member of the Novice Methodist Church and the Masonic Lodge in Big Lake.
Survivors include his wife, Pauline ``Poppy'' Donaghey of Novice; three
sisters; one half brother; 10 nieces and nephews; and several great-nieces
BIG SPRING - Facundo ``Bill'' Rodriguez, 81, of Sand Springs died Monday,
May 17, 1999, in a Midland hospital.
Rosary will be at 7:30 p.m. today in Myers & Smith Funeral Home
Chapel. Service will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at Immaculate Heart of Mary
Catholic Church with burial in Coahoma Cemetery.
He was born Feb. 28, 1918, in Presidio. He worked for Strain &
Sons Construction as a heavy-equipment operator and was a member of Immaculate
Heart of Mary Catholic Church.
Survivors include his wife, Soledad Rodriguez of Big Spring; four daughters,
Lasara Ontiveros, Isidora Morphis and Maria Lownes, all of Sand Springs,
and Eloisa Gonzales of Coahoma; two sons, Ruben Rodriguez and Martin Rodriguez,
both of Sand Springs; two brothers, Rafael Rodriguez Jr. of Stanton and
Gavino Rodriguez of Big Spring; a sister, Altagracia Heredia of Knott;
23 grandchildren; and 36 great-grandchildren.
OZONA - Josefa Perez, 84, of Ozona died Monday, May 17, 1999, in a
San Angelo nursing home.
Funeral service will be at 4 p.m. Thursday, May 20, at Our Lady of
Perpetual Help Catholic Church with burial in Lima Cemetery. Arrangements
are by Preddy Funeral Home.
Josefa was born Aug. 27, 1914, in Lorrain. She was a Catholic, a member
of the Ozona PTA and a lifetime member of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Association.
Survivors include three daughters, Juanita Pruneda and Crucita Hunt,
both of San Angelo, and Elena Badillo of Ozona; two sons, Ramon Perez of
Carlsbad and Roberto Perez of Ozona; two brothers, Bekie Diaz of Ozona
and Teodolo Diaz of Swannonoa, N.C.; 21 grandchildren; and numerous great-grandchildren,
nieces and nephews.
HERBERT E. HOREIS
Herbert Horeis, 82, of San Angelo died May 17, 1999, in a local hospital
after a long and courageous battle with cancer.
Service will be at 5 p.m. Wednesday, May 19, in Johnson's Funeral Home
Chapel with the Rev. Bob Johnson officiating. Burial will follow in the
Midway Cemetery on Arden Road.
Herbert was born Aug. 20, 1916, in Knickerbocker. He was a lifetime
cowboy and rancher and retired test driver for Goodyear. He was a member
of Knickerbocker Community Church and Goodyear Retirement Group, Pride
of Fleet. He served in World War II, having enlisted in the Cavalry. When
the Cavalry disbanded, he moved to the Air Force and maintained a love
of airplanes. Over the last years, he had enjoyed his horse and buggy business.
Survivors include his wife, Gail Horeis, one son, Allan Horeis, and
one daughter, Leslie Earnest, all of San Angelo; one brother, Walter Horeis
and his wife, Bernice, of Mertzon; two sisters, Alma Barnes of Vancouver,
British Columbia, and Annie Mae Harris of San Angelo; grandchildren, Shane
Horeis and Ashley Earnest of San Angelo; stepgrandchildren, Marisha Bailey
of Grape Creek and Alan and Zachary Brownrigg of San Angelo; and two stepdaughters,
Cindy Bailey and husband, Darrell, of Grape Creek and Sherrie Brownrigg
of San Angelo; as well as many nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers will be Allan Horeis, Bob Johnson, Lee Roy Motl, Roy Thigpen,
Robert Richey, Ronnie Harris, Russell Harris and Ross Harris. Honorary
pallbearers will be Tom Sanders, Carl Schlinke Jr., Cliff Cave and Wesley
Special thanks to Amy Lang of San Antonio Cancer Research Center and
nurse Suzie and the staff in ICU at San Angelo Community Medical Center.
Herbert was truly loved by all who knew him. He will be greatly missed
by his family and his many wonderful friends. His legacy will live on through
the way he loved life and lived it to the fullest. We will all especially
miss his wonderful stories and fun shenanigans. Heaven has gained a very
CHARLES D. BLAIR
Charles D. Blair passed on May 17, 1999, after suffering a long battle
with cancer. His memorial will be held today at 2 p.m. graveside at the
Paint Rock Cemetery.
Charles was born June 14, 1934, in Ozona to Franklin and Ailie Blair.
He lived several places over his lifetime, but called Paint Rock his home.
Charles was a good man who loved his family, his friends, fishing and making
things grow in the garden. He was special to all that knew him.
Charles was a paratrooper in the Army during the Korean War. He served
eight years and was proud to be a veteran. Over his lifetime he worked
in the oilfields, on ranches and at enjoying life. He was a hard-working
man and gave his all to everything he did. He retired at the age of 62.
Within Charles' immediate family, his living siblings are Brooks Blair,
Frank Blair and Jean Peabody. He was preceded in death by his parents;
his brothers, Garland and Bobby Blair; and his sisters, Virginia Griffin,
Betty Wiley and Bo Hunt.
Charles also is survived by his longtime companion and caregiver, Juanita
Collins; three children, Charles Blair, Ray Blair and Becky Rankin; four
stepchildren, Pat Johnson, James Calcavecchia, Rae Lynn McCleery and Robert
Collins; 16 grandchildren, Sabrina Samuels, Aaron Blair, Casey and Crystal
Akins and Katherine Rankin; Richard Johnson, Ronny Johnson and Tammy Sosa;
Michael, David and Josh McGilvray, A.J., Reagan and Christopher McCleery;
Jennifer and Elliot Calcavecchia; and two great-grandchildren, Preston
and Daniel Sosa. His granddaughter, Cheyenne Collins, predeceased him.
The family requests that any memorials be sent as donations to Hospice
of San Angelo. They helped take wonderful care of Charles in his last few
months of life.
GOLDTHWAITE - Bertha Smith, 88, of Goldthwaite died Tuesday, May 18,
1999, in a Temple hospital
Service will be at 2 p.m. Friday in Stacy-Wilkins Funeral Home Chapel
with burial in Goldthwaite Memorial Cemetery
She was born June 10, 1910, in Amarillo. She was a homemaker, a Baptist
and a member of the Order of the Eastern Star
Survivors include two sons, Robert Rountree of Gorman and Buddy Rountree
of Goldthwaite; a sister, Juanita Naomi Eubanks of Fort Worth; a brother,
Lee Roy Nichols of Amarillo; five grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren;
and numerous nieces and nephews.
SWEETWATER - Mary D. Kennedy, 62, of Sweetwater died Wednesday, May
19, 1999, in an Abilene hospital
Service will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Broadway Baptist Church with burial
in Garden of Memories. Arrangements are by Cate-Spencer & Trent Funeral
She was born Aug. 23, 1936, in Sweetwater. She worked in the financial
department at PPI Child Care Management Services and was a member of Broadway
Survivors include her husband, Jack Kennedy of Sweetwater; her mother,
Vera Ellison of Sweetwater; two daughters, Jackie Roberts and Elaine Rascoe,
both of Sweetwater; two brothers, Edwin Ellison and Welton Ellison, both
of Sweetwater; three grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and numerous
nieces and nephews.
BRADY - Allen Jackson, 96, of Brady died Sunday, May 16, 1999, in San
Service will be at 1 p.m. Friday in Wilkerson Memorial Chapel with
burial in Live Oak Cemetery. Arrangements are by Heart of Texas Funeral
He was born April 20, 1903, in Ottine and had been a resident of Brady
since 1949. He was a concrete finisher for Allen Keller Construction Co.
and a member of the Masonic Lodge
Survivors include a daughter, Ella Mae De Tiege of Brady; two sisters,
Lillie J. Taylor of Seguin and Mattie Belle Hayes of San Antonio; 10 grandchildren;
and 11 great-grandchildren.
BIG SPRING - Jack Leonard Smith, 92, died Tuesday, May 18, 1999, at
Service will be at 4 p.m. today in Nalley-Pickle & Welch Rosewood
Chapel with burial in Trinity Memorial Park
He was born Oct. 27, 1906, in Bowie County. He was a rancher, farmer
and had worked as a building contractor. He was a member of the Calvary
Survivors include four daughters, Mary Sue Walker, Jewel Stovall and
Leola Newton, all of Big Spring, and Helen Rowe of Commerce; two brothers,
David Smith of Meridian and Bill Smith of De Kalb; a sister, Bonnie Reed
of De Kalb; eight grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren.
KERRVILLE - Melvin F. Thorp, 71, of Kerrville died Monday, May 17,
1999, in a Fredericksburg care center
Service will be at 10 a.m. Friday in Overby Funeral Home Chapel with
burial in Nichols Cemetery in Ingram
He was born April 23, 1928, in Comanche County. He was a farmer and
repaired office equipment
Survivors include a daughter, Ava Hamilton of Las Vegas; two sons,
Leonard Wayne Thorp of Kerrville and Melvin Eugene Thorp of Big Lake; a
brother, Leonard Benjamin Thorp of Denver; three sisters, Hazel Wheeler
of Bulverde, Velma Alcorn of Spring Lake and Judy Hancock of California;
several grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.
SAN SABA - Vada Kelley, 56, of Brownwood and formerly of San Saba,
died Tuesday, May 18, 1999, in Brownwood
Service will be at 10 a.m. Saturday in Howell-Doran Funeral Home Chapel
with burial in San Saba City Cemetery
She was born July 9, 1942, in Fredrick, Okla. She was a retired certified
nurses assistant and a Baptist
Survivors include four sons, Foy Auther Lawson and John Wesley Lawson,
both of Brownwood, Stephen Eugene Lawson of Washington, Iowa, and Barry
Lee Kelley of Clifton; six daughters, Alisha Sproles, Tonda Killian and
Linda Kelley, all of Clifton, Rosetta Bouteiller of Brownwood, Brenda Lawson
of Abilene and Jessie Marie Kelley of California; three brothers, Virgil
Smith of Gatesville, and Earl Smith and Donnie Smith, both of San Saba;
two sisters, Louise Watkins of San Saba and Carolyn Neff of Odessa; 15
grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
AMY KATHLEEN PEGRAM
Amy Kathleen Pegram, 17, of San Angelo went to be with the Lord on
May 18, 1999.
Amy was born Oct. 28, 1981, in Goldsboro, N.C., to Reenie and Bill
Amy was a junior at Wall High School and had attended schools in North
Carolina and San Antonio where she was on the Drill Team. She was in Health
Occupations at Wall High School and worked at San Angelo Community Medical
Amy loved life and people and lived life to the very fullest. She loved
her Lord and shared that love with others in all she did. Amy had strong
Christian convictions and often stood up for her beliefs, even when it
wasn't the popular thing to do.
Amy's smile would light up a room and it touched everyone. She always
made everyone feel special.
Heaven is richer today because of Amy's presence. We already miss her
Survivors include her parents, Reenie and Bill Pegram, and her brother,
Will Pegram, all of the home; maternal grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. J.W.
Whatley of Durham, N.C.; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Pegram
of Henderson, N.C.; aunts and uncles, Amy and Jerry Lapp of Delaware, Joe
and Cathy Whatley, Julian Pegram, Bobby and Beth Pegram and Walter and
Kim Pegram, all of North Carolina; and numerous cousins.
Memorial service will be at 4 p.m. Thursday, May 20, 1999, at Sierra
Vista United Methodist Church with the Rev. John Reynolds officiating.
Arrangements are by Johnson's Funeral Home.
Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association or a charity
EARL WILLIAM WHISNAND
MIDLAND - Earl William Whisnand, 73, died Tuesday, May 18, 1999, while
a Hospice patient at the Waco Veterans Administration Medical Center.
He is survived by his wife, Lillian Bruce McDonald Whisnand; daughter,
the Rev. Deborah Whisnand; son-in-law, Thomas M. Stauffer; granddaughter,
Elizabeth Deborah Stinson; son, Dr. Philip Earl Whisnand; daughter-in-law,
Diann Whisnand; two grandsons, Jay Philip Whisnand and Wade Gentry Whisnand;
daughter, Deanna Whisnand Rutherford; son-in-law, John Rutherford; and
two grandsons, William Whisnand Rutherford and John Kaden Rutherford. He
also is survived by the mother of his children, Jo Ann Baker Whisnand;
his sister, Dorothy Whisnand Taylor; two nieces; three nephews and their
families; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Earl Whisnand and Mabel Duke
Whisnand Clements; and his sister, Helen Dorrance.
He was born on March 6, 1926, in Ballinger and grew up in San Angelo.
He served in World War II in the Pacific as a boatswain mate second class
on the light cruiser Chester. After the war he earned a BBA from Texas
Technological University in Lubbock. He worked for Continental Oil Company
both in New Mexico and Texas. In 1955 he and his family moved to Midland.
He was active as a Sunday school teacher and usher in the First Baptist
Church of Midland for 33 years.
After leaving Continental he was an independent oil operator in Midland
and a rancher in Reagan and Glasscock counties. He was a member of the
National Cutting Horse Association, the Texas & Southwestern Cattle
Raisers' Association, the Texas Sheep and Goat Raisers' Association and
the Permian Basin Landmans Association.
In 1989 he married Lillian Bruce McDonald and moved to Waco, where
he resided until his death from metastatic prostate cancer. He was a member
of Columbus Avenue Baptist Church in Waco.
Visitation will be from 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 20, at Ellis Funeral
Funeral service will be at 11 a.m. Friday, May 21, in Midland at the
First Baptist Church and interment at 3 p.m. in Glen Rest Cemetery in Big
Lake. The Rev. Robert Hopkins will officiate.
Pallbearers will be Dean Cox, Rusty Cox, Doyle Kelley, Dr. Richard
Klempnauer, Hoyle McCright, Bill Schneemann and Tip Vancourt.
Memorials may be made to the West Texas Boys Ranch or to a favorite
KERRVILLE - Karl Kash, 83, died Wednesday, May 19, 1999, in a local
Memorial service will be at 10 a.m. today at Grimes Funeral Chapels
with burial in Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery in San Antonio
He was born March 16, 1916, in Central Falls, R.I., and had been a
resident of Kerrville for 31 years. An Army veteran of World War II, he
was a retired contractor and inventor
Survivors include his wife, Mary Kash of Kerrville; two daughters,
Dianne Upton of San Antonio and Marilynn C. Mathews of Seattle; five sisters,
Sophie Campbell, Sadie Ingham and Delia Beausoleil, all of Rhode Island,
Rose Gleason of Missouri and Mary Stanek of Texas; three grandchildren;
and three great-grandchildren.
COTULLA - Juan Luis Salazar, 50, died May 11, 1999
Service was Saturday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church with burial in
Sacred Heart Cemetery. Arrangements were by Peters Funeral Home
He was born Nov. 20, 1948, in Cotulla and was a lifetime resident
Survivors include two daughters, Angelita Reyes Salazar and Juana Luisa
Reyes Salazar, both of Cotulla; three brothers, Oscar G. Salazar, Felix
G. Salazar and Juan Salazar III, all of Cotulla; five sisters, Rosemary
Diaz, Domitilla Castillo and Esperanza Garcia, all of Cotulla, Terry Sylvester
of Austin and Irma Salazar of San Angelo; and numerous nieces and nephews.
PECOS - Clarence C. Rochen, 76, died Wednesday, May 19, 1999, in a
Service will be at 9 a.m. today in Pecos Funeral Home Chapel with burial
at 3 p.m. Saturday in Greenlawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Rosenberg
He was born March 24, 1923, in Orchard and had lived in Pecos since
1971. An Air Force veteran of World War II, he was retired plant foreman
for Pennzoil Sulfur and was a Lutheran
Survivors include his wife, Dora Rochen of Pecos; a son, Ken Rochen
of Lubbock; two daughters, Jackie Warren of Pecos and Brenda Archie of
Clarksville, Tenn.; a sister, Delores Matej of Orchard; six grandchildren;
and two great-grandchildren.
SANTA ANNA - Jesse Roy ``J.R.'' Haynes, 83, of Gardendale and formerly
of Santa Anna, died Wednesday, May 19, 1999, at his residence
Service will be at 11 a.m. Saturday in Henderson Funeral Home Chapel
with burial in Trickham Cemetery
He was born Nov. 11, 1915, in Trickham. He was a farmer, a carpenter
and owned and operated The Pine Tree nursery and greenhouse. He was a member
of First United Methodist Church of Santa Anna
Survivors include his wife, Helen Dean Haynes of Gardendale; three
daughters, Ginger Graham of Gardendale, Kay Hays of Austin and Mary Bordeaux
of San Francisco; four sons, Roy Dean Haynes of Daingerfield, Jesse Ray
Haynes of Fairfield, James Lyndon Haynes of Florence and Kenneth Weldon
Haynes of Fort Worth; a brother, George Haynes of Midland; eight grandchildren;
17 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren.
WINTERS - Frances Gearldine Flynn, 67, of Stamford died Thursday, May
20, 1999, in Stamford
Graveside service will be at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in Fairview Cemetery.
Arrangements are by Winters Funeral Home
She was born Oct. 7, 1931, in Gonzales and was a longtime resident
of Brady. She was a waitress, a homemaker and a member of the Christian
Survivors include a son, George Dean Flynn of Austin; a daughter, Georgette
Collins of Stamford; a brother, Floyd Monk of Lampasas; two sisters, Marie
Morgan of Rising Star and Shirley Newman of Mullins; two grandchildren;
and a great-grandchild.
WINTERS - Cyril William ``Bill'' Hamilton, 70, of Sanderson died Wednesday,
May 19, 1999, at his residence
Service will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at the First Baptist Church in
Blackwell with Masonic graveside service in Blackwell Cemetery. Arrangements
are by Winters Funeral Home
He was born March 28, 1929, in Blackwell. He was a rancher, worked
as a soil conservationist and was superintendent for the Road and Bridge
Department of Terrell County. He was a member of the First Baptist Church
in Blackwell and the Hylton Masonic Lodge 884
Survivors include his wife, Juanita Hamilton of Sanderson; a son, John
Hamilton of Blackwell; three daughters, Carole Allen of Blackwell, Susan
Hamilton of Abilene and Victoria Hamilton of Sanderson; a sister, Pauline
Wadley of San Antonio; seven grandchildren; and a great-granddaughter.
E.H. `TOP' TOPLIFFE
ELDORADO - E.H. ``Top'' Topliffe, 90, of Eldorado died Wednesday, May
19, 1999, in a San Angelo hospital.
Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 22, at the First United
Methodist Church with the Rev. George Lumpkin officiating. Burial will
follow in Eldorado Cemetery with Masonic services. Arrangements are by
Kerbow Funeral Home.
Top was born to Richard and Lila Topliffe on Jan. 6, 1909, in Sour
Lake, being the eldest of three sons. Top's father was an immigrant from
England, and Top was named after an English nobleman, Ewart Harvey. Top
grew up along the Texas Gulf Coast and attended school in Houston as a
machinist and then worked at various small refineries as an electrician.
On July 3, 1938, he and Wilma Milligan were married at the Milligan ranch
by the Rev. J.L. Ratliff. They resided at Baytown, where Top worked at
the Humble Oil Refinery as the head electrician. Top would often relate
stories to his girls in later years about having to stay at the refinery
during the hurricanes to operate big breaker switches to keep the refinery
running. In 1944 Top bought the butane gas/electric business in Eldorado
from Lark McClarey, and with the help of his good friend, Slim Green, they
delivered butane to people in five counties for many years. In the '60s,
Top took night classes in San Angelo to learn the refrigeration business.
Fishing and woodworking were his main hobbies through the years. He was
active in the Methodist Church, the LPG Dealers Association and the Masonic
Lodge. He was presented his 50-year Masonic pin in 1991. Top was preceded
in death by his wife, Wilma, on Nov. 20, 1997.
He is survived by two daughters, Myrta Ann Overby and husband, Curt,
of Plentywood, Mont., and Martha Ellen Tucker and husband, Roger, of Big
Spring; and two grandchildren, Rex Tucker and wife, Amy, and Keith Tucker.
He had many friends and was particularly blessed in recent years to have
Rosa Martinez as a caregiver.
The family requests memorials be sent to the First United Methodist
Church of Eldorado, the Masonic Home for Boys in Waco or Templo Getsemani
Pallbearers will be Jim Martin, Richard Kent, Raymond Mittel, Robert
Lovelace, David Powell, David Charboneau, Hal Whitten and Joe Charles Christian.
EDWARD F. WELCH
Edward F. Welch, 83, of San Angelo went to be with the Lord while he
was in his son's arms on Thursday, May 20, 1999, at his home.
Graveside service will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 22, in Lawnhaven
Memorial Gardens. Arrangements are by Johnson's Funeral Home.
Mr. Welch was born May 30, 1915, in Hamlin to Otto and Allie Welch.
He was a brakeman and a conductor for Santa Fe Railway. He married Doreen
Scott May 29, 1939, in San Angelo.
Survivors include his wife, Doreen Welch of San Angelo; one son, Danny
Welch of San Antonio; four grandchildren, D'Lynn Elrod of Blanco, Boyd
Welch of San Antonio, Allen Welch of Dallas and Kristan Welch of San Antonio;
four great-grandchildren; two sisters, Nora Johnson of Big Spring and Wilma
L. Little of Waco; one brother, Thomas E. Welch of Hamlin; and several
nieces and nephews.
BARBARA NELL DONLEY DANIELS
Barbara Nell Donley Daniels, 49, of San Angelo died Tuesday, May 18,
1999, in a Shreveport, La., hospital after a courageous battle with breast
Service will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 22, at St. Paul Baptist Church
with the Rev. Fredd Adams officiating. Burial will follow in Calvary Cemetery.
Arrangements are by Robert Massie Funeral Home.
Barbara, also known as ``Cheetah,'' was born Dec. 18, 1949, to Josephine
Donley and the late Clyde Donley Sr. in San Angelo. She graduated from
San Angelo Central High School in 1968. She initially worked as a licensed
vocational nurse for several years in Houston. In 1980, she returned to
San Angelo and was employed by GTE Southwest for 19 years of dedicated
She leaves to cherish her memories her mother, Josephine Donley of
Emory; her loving daughter, Roishene Collette Johnson and son-in-law, Kevin
Johnson, of Bossier City, La.; a loving and caring partner, Frank Hernandez
of San Angelo; a sister, Shyrle Johnson of Houston; two brothers, Michael
Donley of Jackson, Miss., and Russell Donley of Lubbock; and a host of
aunts, uncles, cousins, nephews and nieces.
Pallbearers will be Dwayne Swindle, Corey Donley, Ed Randall, Jimmy
Montez, Greg Jones and Dwayne Custer.
She was a wonderful, devoted and faithful mother, sister, aunt and
friend. She will be greatly missed by all those she touched.
The family of Barbara Donley Daniels acknowledges with grateful appreciation
each act of kindness during her illness and at this period of transition
for our beloved one.
The family will be receiving visitors from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Friday,
May 21, at Robert Massie Funeral Home.