Obituaries

Tue
15
Aug

Glenda Fay (Moore) Winkley

Glenda Fay (Moore) Winkley finished her earthly race on August 12, 2017 with her family by her side at the finish line. She was born in Sweetwater, Texas on April 30, 1944 to Cecil Arthur Moore and Vivian Marie Moore, better known as Dodaddy and Nonnie. Glenda grew up in Andrews, Texas where she met her future husband, Lloyd Winkley. In the seventh grade, Glenda saw Lloyd walking down the steps at church and told all her girlfriends, “I am going to marry that guy.” It took nine years, but Glenda kept her promise and married Lloyd on September 12, 1964. Before making good on her promise, Glenda graduated from Andrews High School then went on to receive a Bachelor of Science in Education from University of North Texas. Glenda began her teaching career in Amarillo, Texas and then taught in Canyon, Texas. When the family moved to Brady, Texas., she became a stay-at-home mom.

Tue
15
Aug

Dorothy Marie Wann

On August 12, 2017, Dorothy Marie Wann was called home to the Lord. Dorothy was born April 26, 1943, to Claude and Maude Irline Stephens of Jacksonville, Texas. In 1960, Dorothy married her beloved husband James Wann, sharing 51 years of marriage. Together, they raised three beautiful daughters. Dorothy was a quiet woman with an oft-surprising sense of humor and sharp wit. In her youth, she was involved in several organizations, including the March of Dimes. She held a special place in her heart for animals of all kinds, and dearly loved her dogs Brandy and Molly. Dorothy was a devoted wife to James and continued to miss him until her last breath. She crocheted beautiful afghans for her friends and family, heirlooms they will treasure and pass on. She is preceded in death by her parents, her dear brother Orbia, and her life partner, James.

Sun
13
Aug

OBIT: Dorothy Marie Wann

On August 12, 2017, Dorothy Marie Wann was called home to the Lord.

Dorothy was born April 26, 1943, to Claude and Maude Irline Stephens of Jacksonville, Texas. In 1960, Dorothy married her beloved husband James Wann, sharing 51 years of marriage. Together, they raised three beautiful daughters.

Sun
13
Aug

OBIT: Celebration of Life for Glenda Fay Winkley

Glenda Fay (Moore) Winkley finished her earthly race on August 12, 2017 with her family by her side at the finish line. She was born in Sweetwater, Texas on April 30, 1944 to Cecil Arthur Moore and Vivian Marie Moore, better known as Dodaddy and Nonnie. Glenda grew up in Andrews, Texas where she met her future husband, Lloyd Winkley. In the 7th grade, Glenda saw Lloyd walking down the steps at church and told all her girlfriends, “I am going to marry that guy”. It took nine years, but Glenda kept her promise and married Lloyd on September 12, 1964. Before making good on her promise, Glenda graduated from Andrews High School then went on to receive a Bachelor of Science in Education from University of North Texas.

Tue
08
Aug

Viola Borrego Perez

Viola Borrego Perez, age 68, passed away at her home on Sunday, August 6, 2017. Services will be 10 a.m. today, Aug. 9, at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church with burial following in Lima Cemetery. Arrangements by Kerbow Funeral Home. Survivors include her husband, Jerry Perez, son Felipe Ramirez Jr.; daughter Mikki Ortiz and husband Javier Ortiz; brothers Juan (JB) Borrego, Chris Borrego, and Raymond (Bear) Borrego; sisters Beatrice Vargas and Lupe Maskill; grandchildren Jacob Moran, Melony Moran, Martin Moran Jr., and Mikell Moran; great-grandchildren Jacob and Joshua Moran from Wyoming, Coby, Caileb, and Brianna Moran of Ozona, and Zeke Moran of San Angelo, and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by her parents, Placido and Maria Borrego, sisters Santos Longoria and Margaret (Ma Maggie) Rodriquez, brothers Jose, Manuel, and Placido Borrego, granddaughter Jasmine Gonzales, and great-granddaughters Kierra Smith and Emori Gonzales.

Mon
07
Aug

OBIT Viola Borrego Perez

Viola Borrego Perez, age 68, passed away at her home on Sunday, August 6, 2017.
Services will be 10 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 9, at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church with burial following in Lima Cemetery. Arrangements by Kerbow Funeral Home.
Survivors include her husband, Jerry Perez, son Felipe Ramirez Jr.; daughter Mikki Ortiz and husband Javier Ortiz; brothers Juan (JB) Borrego, Chris Borrego, and Raymond (Bear) Borrego; sisters Beatrice Vargas and Lupe Maskill; grandchildren Jacob Moran, Melony Moran, Martin Moran Jr., and Mikell Moran; great-grandchildren Jacob and Joshua Moran from Wyoming, Coby, Caileb,  and Brianna Moran of Ozona, and Zeke Moran of San Angelo, and numerous nieces and nephews.
Preceded in death by her parents, Placido and Maria Borrego, sisters Santos Longoria and Margaret (Ma Maggie) Rodriquez, brothers Jose, Manuel, and Placido Borrego, granddaughter Jasmine Gonzales, and great-granddaughters Kierra Smith and Emori Gonzales.

Tue
25
Jul

Tom Ed Whittenburg

Tom Ed Whittenburg entered into peace and rest on Sunday, July 16, 2017, at the age of 64 years young. Tom Ed is survived by his wife of 25 years, Janie Whittenburg; children Kara, Dustin, and Morgan; sister Melanie Meyer; grandchildren Hunter and William Wall, Kasey and Addison Tolleson; and all of the friends he made during his spirited life. A graveside service will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, July 29, 2017, at East Hill Cemetery in Fort Stockton, Texas. The service will be immediately followed by a get together at the First Baptist Church of Fort Stockton. Services entrusted to Johnson Funeral Home in San Angelo, Texas.

Tue
18
Jul

William David 'Dave' Thompson

LISBON – William David “Dave” Thompson, born at home in Gavers, Ohio, on January 23, 1940, passed away at 9:48 a.m. Monday, July 10, 2017 at the East Liverpool City Hospital. Dave, who resided on State Route 154 in Lisbon, had been ill just a short time and died at the age of 77. A son of the late David William and Lois Warrick Thompson, he was a 1958 graduate of David Anderson High School. He was an old car enthusiast, and enjoyed going to the Rogers Sale. All who knew him will say that his family was – and always had been – the most important part of his life. Throughout the years, he went out of his way to help many people, and he left a lasting impression on others with his great sense of humor, his unique laugh and his devotion to his loved ones. Dave had been a boilermaker for over 27 years at the former Crucible Steel Corporation, and was currently driving for Ferguson School Bus Transport System.

Tue
18
Jul

Jose Elias (Joe) Galvan

Jose Elias (Joe) Galvan was born July 17, 1937 and died July 13, 2017, four days shy of his 80th birthday. Funeral Services were at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 15, at OLPH Catholic Church and was laid to rest at Lima Cemetery in Ozona Texas. Pallbearers included his grandsons plus lifelong friend Matias Gutierrez. Honorary Pallbearers were his nephews Gino Tambunga and Frank Galvan. Joe was proceeded in death by his parents Eusevio and Celestina Mata Galvan and his wife Hilda Montez Galvan. Joe left behind his children, Carmen Ramos (Charlie), John E. Galvan (Joyce), Debora Tambunga, Delia Longoria, Michelle Seekins. Grandchildren: Ashlee Ramos, Rylee Ramos, Jason Galvan, Megan Sanchez, Kristen and Becky Tambunga, Aimee, Michael and Manny Longoria, Leah, Lui and Jessica Moreno. Amongst these grandchildren Joe had a total of eight great-grandchildren including one that was very dear and close to him, Carlie Ramos.

Tue
11
Jul

Randall H. Jones September 28, 1956 to June 30, 2017Contact

Randy left this earth surrounded by his family and friends on June 30, 2017, to begin his most important project of his construction superintendent career. Randy was born to Annie and Thomas Jones on September 28, 1956. The Joneses relocated to Alabama, where Randy became a member of the Jemison Panthers and graduated high school. Randy completed trade school to begin his long term career in construction. Over the years he became one of the most well-known Superintendents in the south east. Randy enjoyed the outdoors while boating, fishing, golfing and hunting. He could also be heard cheering on his favorite NASCAR driver and Alabama Crimson Tide football team.

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