Obituaries - 1985
Dovie Churchwell, 76, of Omaha, died Friday, April 12, 1985 in the
Naples hospital of natural causes. Services were at 2 pm Sunday, April
14, 1985 at Hanner Funeral Chapel, with the Rev. Dean Oien officiating.
Burial was in the Daingerfield City Cemetery. Mrs. Churchwell was born
August 27, 1908, in Titus County. She was a housewife and a Baptist.
Survivors include her husband, Marvin Churchwell of Omaha; two sons, L W
Owens and Harold W Owens, both of Houston; four sisters, Mildred Terrell
of Daingerfield, Josephine Terrell of One Star, Ruby Ivy of Gladewater
and Lucy McCollum of Naples; eight brothers, Judge Smith of Omaha, Ruben
Smith, George Tigert, Billy Tigert and Bobby Ray Tigert, all of
Shreveport, Emerald Tigert of DeKalb and George Wilton Tigert of Austin;
three grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
|Lohmann, G. C. "Jerry"
LOHMANN, G. C. (Jerry)
November 17, 1895 – October 22, 1985
G. C. “Jerry” Lohmann,
89, of Omaha, died Thursday, Oct. 22, at his home. Funeral services
were at 2 pm, Thursday, Oct. 24, at the First Baptist Church of Omaha,
with the Rev. Clifford Longino and the Rev. Andy Andrews officiating.
Burial was in the Omaha Cemetery. Mr. Lohmann was born Nov. 17, 1895,
in Ohio. He was a retired employee of Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co., a
member of the First Baptist Church, a veteran of World War I and a
Mason. He was a former resident of El Paso, and had made his home in
Omaha for the past nine years. Survivors include his wife, Mildred
Lohmann of Omaha; one daughter, Nona K Denman of Dallas; four
grandchildren, Sam B. Norris III of Tejunga, CA, Martin W. Sample of
Tarrance, CA, Kathy Miller and Gay Norris, both of Glendora, CA; two
great-grandchildren, Elizabeth and Benjamin Norris of Tejunga, CA.
Pallbearers were Luke Collier, James S. Leeves, Ed Thompson, H. Morris
Stevens Jr., Martin W. Sample and Sam B. Norris III. (I Row 3)
MCCOLLUM, EARL February 29, 1896
-- October 9, 1985
Earl McCollum, 89, of Omaha, died
Wednesday, October 9, 1985 at David Granberry Memorial Hospital in
Naples. Services were at 2 p.m. Friday, October 11, at Hanner Funeral
Home Chapel, with the Rev. Clifford Longino, the Rev. John Wheeler and
the Rev. Andy Andrews officiating. Burial was in the Omaha Cemetery.
Mr. McCollum was born Feburary 29, 1896, at Omaha. He was a retired
farmer and a member of the First United Methodist Church. Survivors
include one son, Bobby McCollum of Omaha; two daughters, Mary Ethel
Charleton and Genora Whatley, both of Omaha; three grandchildren; four
great-grandchildren; three step-grandchildren; and five
step-great-grandchildren. Interment was in the Omaha City Cemetery. (G
|Parker, Ona Coffman
Ona (Coffman) Parker, 72, of Omaha died
Thursday, September 26 at David Granberry Memorial Hospital in Naples
after a lengthy illness. Services were at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, September
28 at Concord Baptist Church at Omaha with the Rev. Glenn Griffith
officiating. Burial was in the Concord Cemetery. Mrs. Parker was a
member of the Baptist Church; married Gus Lee Parker, b. 13 March 1910,
d. 28 November 1991, children Edward Earl Parker of Madil, OK; & Wilma
Parker Williams of Omaha; two brothers Leroy Coffman of Tres Piedras,
N.M. and Lloyd Coffman of Yuma, AZ ; four grandchildren.
|Smith, Allie Marie Talley
SMITH, ALLIE MARIE TALLEY March 12, 1901 – January 20,
Allie Marie Talley Smith, 83, of Omaha, TX, died Sunday evening, January
20, 1985 in a Naples hospital. Services for Mrs. Smith have been set
for 2 pm Tuesday, January 22, at First Methodist Church in Omaha with
the Rev. Boyd Carley and the Rev. Glen Griffith officiating. Interment
will be in Omaha Cemetery. Mrs. Smith is survived by two sons, Ernest
Smith of Fate, TX, and Richard Smith of Omaha; four daughters, Mrs.
Helen Hampton of Wichita Falls, Mrs. Betty Wagner and Mrs. Nancy Trimble
both of Dallas and Mrs. Cynthia Owens of Paris, TX. Also 15
grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and a number of nieces and
nephews. Mrs. Leaves one brother, John Talley and one sister, Mrs.
Myrtle Belyeu, both of Omaha. She was preceded in death by one son,
David James Smith. Mrs. Smith was a member of the First United
Methodist Church, and a lifetime resident of Omaha. She was a member of
Martha Laird Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution; a
member of Morris County Historical Society, and a worker in the Morris
County Museum. She was active in Omaha civic affairs and had been
selected to Notable Women of Texas in 1984. (C Row 26)
|Talley, Nora Lee Stevens
TALLEY, NORA LEE STEVENS
May 30, 1891 -- Nov 27, 1985
Mrs. Nora Lee Stevens Talley were held Monday, Dec. 2, at 2 p.m., in the
Reeder-Davis Funeral Home Chapel in Hughes Springs, Cass Co., Texas.
She was buried in the Concord Cemetery, following the services, beside
her late husband, William Henry Talley. Mrs. Talley, 94, passed away in
Glendale, Ariz. Wednesday, Nov. 27. She was born May 30, 1891, in Omaha
(Concord Community), Morris Co., Texas. She had lived in Morris and
Titus Counties until September 1941, when she moved to Ajo, Arizona,
then to Phoenix, Arizona. She first belonged to the Baptist Church and,
in 1944, she joined the Seventh Day Adventist Church in Arizona. She
was the wife of the late William Henry Talley. They had nine children.
Mrs. Talley was preceded in death by her husband and sons Lester and
Loyd, and daughters. Lois Talley, Lura Carpenter, and Willie Mae
Keith. Surviving children are Oscar of Phoenix, J. W. of San Diego,
California, Eugene of Ajo, Arizona, and Jack H. of Daingerfield, Texas.
She is survived by 38 grandchildren, 62 great-grandchildren and nine
great-great-grandchildren. The daughter of the late William Milton
Stevens and Lucinda Catharine Cabaniess Stevens, she had nine brothers
and sisters and one half-brother and one half-sister. Four brothers and
one sister are deceased, Charlie, William Milton (Bill), Johnnie, Jimmie
and Georgia Snodgrass. The half brother and sister are also deceased.
Odie Stevens and Ola Stevens Carson. Surviving sisters are Lettie
Galloway and Mamie Lilly, both of Omaha, Lula Parham of Mt. Pleasant,
and Mrs. Cleora Stevens of Rocky Branch. (NE Row 30)
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