|Boozer, William Henry "Willie"
BOOZER, WILLIAM (WILLIE)
January 29, 1910 – March
Willie Boozer, 61, of Ajo,
AZ formerly of Omaha, died Tuesday, March 16. Funeral services were
held at 2 pm Saturday, March 20, in Concord Baptist Church, with the
Rev. Dale Reed and Rev. Richard Shearer of Ajo, AZ officiating. Burial
was in Concord Cemetery. Survivors include a son, Bobby Glenn, of
Flagstaff, AZ; a daughter, Mrs. Jean Haskins of Okinawa; four sisters,
Misses Dora and Fronie Boozer, Mrs. Irene Morris, all of Omaha; Mrs.
Maggie Lee Branch of Longview; three brothers, Roy and Allen Boozer of
Omaha and Howard Boozer of Dallas and six grandchildren. Our-of-town
relatives and friends attending the funeral of Willie Boozer were: Mr.
and Mrs. Bob Boozer and family of Flagstaff, AZ; Rev. Richard Shearer,
his pastor, of Ajo, AZ; Howard Boozer, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sosebee and
family, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Boozer, Johnnie Boozer of Dallas; Howard (Sonny)Boozer
of Denver, CO; Rodney Richey of Carthage; Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Branch, Mr.
and Mrs. Welborn Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Rawls and Family, Mrs.
Ouida Henson, Mrs. Thelma Austin, Mrs. Mildred Boozer of Longview; Mr.
and Mrs. Billie Morris of Lone Star, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Boozer of
Daingerfield; Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Richey, Mr. and Mrs. Vanoy Boozer,
Rev. Cox, Louise Page; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Henderson of Naples, Mr. and
Mrs. Pete Adams of Lancaster, TX; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Allen, Hubert
Allen, Mrs. Merva Jones, Lelia Golden, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Belyeu, Mrs.
Arthur Morris and Mrs. Mary Allen, Rev. Leo Pate, Rev. Cleo Pate, Rev.
and Mrs. Hull Horton, Mrs. Virgie Wooten, Mrs. Vada Shoemake and Peggie
Allen Winfield of Mt. Pleasant. Pallbearers were J. B. Boozer, Vanoy
Boozer, Billy Morris, Wendell Boozer, Johnny Boozer, H. O. Boozer,
Thomas Beasley and W. C. Beasley. (Row 2 SW)
|Sharp, Mary Caldonia
SHARP, MARY CALDONIA
September 25, 1880 –
December 30, 1971
Sharp 91, of Naples, died Thursday night at the home of one of her
daughters. Services were held at the Concord Baptist Church at Omaha on
Saturday with the Rev. V. O. Glover and the Rev. Dale Reed officiating.
Burial was in the Concord Cemetery. Mrs. Sharp was a member of the
Rocky Branch Baptist Church and a lifetime resident of Morris County.
Survivors include two sons, Hubert Sharp of Greenville and Homer Lee
Sharp of Nacogdoches; two daughters Miss Lula Mae Sharp of New Boston
and Velma Fields of Naples; three brothers Charlie Collins of Ft. Payne,
AL, Homer Collins of Naples and Dewey Collins of Daingerfield; nine
grandchildren; 10 great grandchildren and a number of nieces and
nephews. (W/o William Alexander Sharp) (Row 28 SE)