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Collins, William M. "Mike"

COLLINS, WILLIAM M (MIKE)                                                         December 18, 1953 – February 3, 1993

Mike Collins, 40, of Naples, died Thursday, February 3, at his home.  Funeral services were at 2 pm, Sunday, February 6, at the Church of Christ in Daingerfield, with Norman Miller officiating.  Burial was in the Spring Hill Cemetery near Naples.  Mr. Collins was born December 18, 1953, in Weatherford, TX.  He was a former employee of Lesco Trucking, J & M Chemical Co., and A & E Machine Shop.  Survivors include his wife, Teresa Collins of Naples; two sons, Michael Lee Collins of TN and Michael David Collins of Naples; one daughter, Stephanie Brown of Clarksville, TX., his parents, Sarah and Bill Collins of Daingerfield; two sisters, Brenda Collins of Tucson, AZ., and Billie Mae Morrison of Tallahoma, TN.; and a number of other relatives. (SW Row 1)

Gibson, Mary Ever Talley GIBSON, MARY EVER TALLEY                                                        March 28, 1895 - October 16, 1993

Mary Ever Gibson, 88, of Omaha died Saturday, October 16, 1993 at a Mt. Pleasant Nursing Home.  Services were at 2:00 p.m. Monday at the Concord Baptist Church at Omaha with the Rev. Glenn Griffith and the Rev. Nolan Richey officiating.  Burial was in the Concord Cemetery under the direction of Alexander Funeral Home.  Mrs. Gibson was born March 28, 1895 in Morris County.  She was a member of the Concord Baptist Church.  Survivors include two sons Vivian Gibson of Ft. Worth and George Gibson of Wiley; four sisters Mrs. B. C. Vickers, Mrs. Clyde Clayton, Mrs. Ann Gilstrap and Mrs. Maurice Simpson of Naples; one sister-in-law Mrs. Bess Tuck of Naples; four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. (SE Row 22)

Hart, Fred Howard

HART, FRED HOWARD                                                                        September 17, 1933 – July 11, 1993

Fred H. Hart, 59, of Omaha, died Sunday, July 11, 1993, at Elmwood Nursing Home in Omaha.  Services were at 10 am Tuesday, July 13, at Alexander Funeral Home Chapel, with the Rev. Tommy Weems officiating.  Burial was in the Hart Family Cemetery.  Mr. Hart was born Sept. 17, 1933, in Omaha.  He was a retired employee of Lone Star Steel Company, a member of the Baptist Church, a veteran of the Korean War, and a lifetime resident of Morris County.  Survivors include two sons, Billy Ted Hart of Omaha and Freddie Kyle Hart of Hope, AR; his mother, Marie Hart of Omaha; one brother, Wayne Hart of Mt. Pleasant; one sister, Norma Easley of Ore City; and two grandchildren, Lindsey Hart of Omaha and Haellie Hart of Hope.  He was preceded in death by his father, Howard Boyd Hart.  (Row 2)

Heard, Cecil Mae Taylor

HEARD, CECIL MAE TAYLOR                                                          November 21, 1901 – March 28, 1993

Mrs. Cecil Heard, 91, of Naples, died Sunday, March 28, 1993, at Elmwood Nursing Home in Naples.  Services were at 4 pm Tuesday, March 30, at the Rocky Branch Baptist Church, with the Rev. Glenn Griffith and Bro. Wallace DeShong officiating.  Burial was in the Spring Hill Cemetery.  Mrs. Heard was born November 21, 1901, in Alabama, and was a lifetime resident of Morris County.  She was a member of the Rocky Branch Baptist Church and a retired employee of the Daingerfield school system.  Survivors include one daughter, Nancy Johnston of Daingerfield; two sons, Willie Giles Smith of Naples and John Edward Smith of Daingerfield; two stepsons, Waymon Gray and Eddie Gray, both of Omaha; two brothers, Chesley Tigert of Daingerfield and Leonard Tigert of Arlington; three sisters, Sallie Jones of Vivian, La., and Frances Hart and Lizzie Lee Jennings, both of Daingerfield; 10 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; and seven great-great-grandchildren.  (OS Row 9)

Joyner, Mary Sue

JOYNER, MARY SUE                                                                            November 29, 1910 – March 28, 1993

Mary Sue Joyner, 82, of Mt. Pleasant, died Sunday, March 28, 1993, in a Tyler hospital after a lengthy illness.  Services were at 2 pm Tuesday, March 30, at Alexander Funeral Home Chapel, with the Rev. Randy Harshburger officiating.  Burial was in the Omaha Cemetery.  Mrs. Joyner was born November 29, 1910, in Omaha, and was a member of the South Side Church of Christ in Mt. Pleasant.  She was a homemaker.  Survivors include two sons, Wiley Joyner of Lone Star and Freddy Joyner of Omaha; four daughters, Mary Frances Saunders of Austin, June Johnson of Mt. Pleasant, Dorothy Hartman of Greer, SC, and Sylvia Hamilton of Dublin; three sisters, Marie Cherry of Houston, Colene Adams of Dallas and Frances Richards of CO; two brothers, Joe Moore of Dallas and Fred Moore of Houston; 27 grandchildren; 39 great-grandchildren; and four great-great-grandchildren.  (I Row 1)

McCollum, Agnes Boeck

MCCOLLUM, AGNES BOECK                                                           September 28, 1934 – February 4, 1993

Agnes McCollum, 58, of Omaha, died Thursday, February 4, in a Texarkana Hospital.  Graveside memorial services were conducted at 2 pm, Saturday, February 20, at the Omaha Cemetery with Sister Chris Bennett officiating.  Interment was under the direction of Alexander Funeral Home of Naples.  Mrs. McCollum was born September 28, 1934, in San Antonio.  She was a member of Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church in Daingerfield, and a member of the Order of the Eastern Star. She was preceded in death of her husband, Bobbie McCollum, who died in November 1992.  Survivors include two sons, Arno Rennspies Jr, and Alan Rennspies of Seguin, TX; one stepson, Terry Ray McCollum of Omaha; a daughter, Susan Henson of Hanover, PA; a brother, Eugene Boeck of Kingsbury, TX; two sisters, Marie Wilson of Austin, and Margaret Harborth of Geronimo, TX; and ten grandchildren.  (Location Unknown)

Nance, Alonzo Edward "Lonnie" Lonnie Nance, 79 of Omaha, died Sunday, January 31, 19903 in a Pittsburg nursing home and was buried February 3 in the Concord Cemetery, with the Rev. Andy Andrews and the Rev. Clifford Longino officiating.  Mr. Nance was born November 20, 1913 in Sulphur Springs, Texas.  He was a Baptist and was retired from Lone Star Steel Company.  Survivors include his wife Mary Nance, of Omaha; two sons and one daughter-in-law, Bob Nance of Dallas, Brad and Dana Nance of Edgewood, Texas; one daugher, Sandra Roberts of Chapel Hill, North Carolina; five sisters, Ida Studer of Ft. Worth, Nadine Thomas of San Antonio and Faye Raymond, Gladine Basham and Winkie Fisher, all of Cooper; and three grandchildren.
Nevill, W. W. "Bud" W. W. “Bud” Nevill, 70 of Omaha, died Sunday, January 10, 1993 at Titus County Memorial Hospital in Mt. Pleasant, Texas.  Services were held Wednesday, January 13 at Alexander Funeral Home Chapel, with the Rev. Glenn Griffith officiating.  Burial was in the Concord Cemetery.  Mr. Nevill was born August 26, 1922, in Mountain Grove, Missouri.  He was retired from the U. S. Navy and was a veteran of World War II, Korea and Vietnam.  He was a member of the Four-states chapter of former P.O.Ws and Disabled American Veterans.  He was a survivor of the Bataan Death March and was a prisoner of the Japanese for three years and seven months.  He was a holder of the Bronze Star and numerous service medals.  He was a member of the Rocky Point Congregational Methodist Church and was a Mason.  Survivors include his wife, Eva Nell Shelton Nevill of Omaha, two daughters, Sue Nell Hicks of Conroe, Texas and Sherry Denice Sulter of Omaha; two sons, Bill Nevill of Kansas City, Kansas; one sister Sue Center of Winslow, Arkansas; two grandsons living at home and eight other grandchildren. 
Sutterfield, Leo Leo Sutterfield, 65, of Naples died Thursday March 4, 1993 in a Tyler hospital.  Graveside services were held Saturday, March 6 at Concord Cemetery with the Rev. Bill Harty officiating.  Mr. Sutterfield was born April 27, 1927 in Connerville, Oklahoma.  He was a mechanic, a Baptist and a veteran of World War II.  Survivors include his wife Christine Sutterfield of Naples; three daughters Leota Eatherly of Mt. Pleasant, Elizabeth Bolding of  Dallas and Claudia Wilkerson of Houston; four brothers Burley Sutterfield and Odis Suttefield, both of Boswell, Oklahaoma, Joe Sutterfield of Muskogee, Oklahoma, and Ray Don Sutterfield of Dallas; and twin sisters, Alice Douglas of Oakland, California and Perlie Edmunson of California.
Tigert, Emerald Lee Emerald L. Tigert, 82, of DeKalb, formerly of Omaha, died Saturday, December 26, 1993 at Redbud Nursing Home in Naples.  Funeral services were Tuesday, December 29 at the Alexander Funeral Home Chapel in Naples with the Rev,. Tom Edwards officiating.  Burial was in the Concord Cemetery at Omaha.  Mr. Tigert was born September 2, 1910 in Omaha.  He was a retired carpenter and welder; and a member of the First Baptist Church of DeKalb and the United Brotherhood of Carpenters of America.  He had served in the U. S. Coast Guard and was a member of the Admiral Byrd Expedition to the South Pole in 1933-35.  Survivors include one son, Lee Tigert of Park Pacifica, California; one stepson Troy Daniel of Garland, Texas; one daughter Jo Ann Dunnell of Fremont, California; one stepdaughter, Margie Welch of Henderson; five brothers John W. Tigert of Mesquite, George W. Tigert of Lone Star, Bobby Tigert, George Tigert, Jr., and Reuben Smith of Shreveport; four sisters Lucy McCollum of Naples, Josephine Terrell of Lone Star, Mildred Terrell of Daingerfield and Ruby Ivy of Gladewater; 11 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.
Walker, Mary Mary Walker, 81 of Omaha, died Monday, January 18, 1993.  Services were at the Omaha Baptist Church with the Rev. David Shelton officiating.  Burial was in the Concord Cemetery.  Mrs. Walker was a member of the First Baptist Church and Daughters of the Confederacy and was a lifetime resident of Omaha.  Survivors include one son Raymond Lee of Hughes Springs; one daughter Suzanne Horne of Oklahoma City; three brothers Bentley Wright and Billy Tobb Wright both of Omaha and Leslie Wright of Tyler; six grandchildren; a great granddaughter and several nieces and nephews.
Wells, Marvin Eugene

WELLS, MARVIN E.                                                                                              August 16, 1929 - November 11, 1993

Marvin Eugene Wells, 64, of Omaha, died Thursday, November 11, 993 at his home.  Services were at 2:00 p.m. November 13 at Alexander Funeral Home Chapel in Naples with the Rev. Glenn Griffith officiating.  Burial was in the Concord Cemetery at Omaha.  Mr. Wells was born August 26, 1929 in Lamar County, TX.  He was a self-employed logger, and was a member of the Baptist Church, and a long time resident of Omaha.  Survivors include his wife Louise Wells of Omaha, two daughters, Sandra Sellers of Hereford, TX. and Sherri Satterfield of Hereford, one step-daughter Linda Portwood of Omaha, one sister Katherine Anderson of Blossom, TX; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews.  Pallbearers were Billy Joe Tuck, Billy Wade Tuck. D. D. Tuck, Perry Tuck, Rollie Tuck and J. L. Tuck. (M Louise L on March 15, 1968) (S Row  18)

 

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