Obituaries

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13
Feb
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Jimmie Gwynne (Langford) Jacoby Cloudt

Jimmie Gwynne (Langford) Jacoby Cloudt, 96, of Ozona passed from this Earth to join our Lord on Sunday, February 11. She had been a resident at the Crockett County Care Center for 5 years. Jimmie Gwynne was born on August 26, 1921 in Sonora and was a member of the 1939 class of Sonora High School. She briefly attended Texas Christian University in Fort Worth before marrying Pete William Jacoby of Menard County on December 28, 1940 in Austin. The couple lived briefly in Houston before the outbreak of WWII. While Pete was on military duty in the Army, Jimmie worked in the purchasing department at several Army Air Corps bases in San Antonio where her parents resided. In 1946, the couple reunited and moved to Junction and later moved to Ozona in 1952 where Pete served as the County Agricultural Agent until his retirement in 1974. Jimmie worked as an accountant at South Texas Lumber Company before beginning a career as third grade teacher in the Ozona Public School system.

Tue
06
Feb
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Fabian O. Trujillo

Fabian O. Trujillo, 89, died Jan. 30, 2018. Services were Friday, Feb. 2, at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church with burial following in Lima Cemetery. He is survived by his wife Herminia, daughters Maria and Lupe Trujillo and Juana Cervantez, sons Victor, Juan, Fabian, Daniel, Ramon, Francisco and Martin, brothers Roberto and Ysidro, sister Trinidad Villegas and 14 grandchildren. Arrangements by Kerbow Funeral Home. Online condolences can be made at www.kerbowfuneralhome.com.

Tue
06
Feb
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Eda Louise Hodge

LINDEN– Eda Louise Hodge, 85, of Atlanta, Texas died Jan. 31, 2018. Mrs. Hodge was born on July 2, 1932 in Ozona, Texas. Survivors include her loving husband, Calvin Hodge of Atlanta, Texas and one son, David Glen Hodge of Atlanta, Texas. Services were Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018 at the Linden Church of Christ. Burial followed at the Bear Creek Cemetery under the direction of Reeder-Davis Funeral Home in Linden. An online guestbook may be signed at www.reeder-davis.com.

Tue
30
Jan
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Maria T. Hernandez

Maria T. Hernandez died January 26, 2018 at the Crockett County Care Center surrounded by her family. Maria was born on October 18, 1939. Services were held Monday, January 29, 2018, at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church in Ozona. Arrangements by Kerbow Funeral Home. Maria has left behind her husband, Natividad Hernandez Sr., her sister, Ramona Trevino, her children, Juan Hernandez and wife, Amabel, Petra Hernandez, Romelia Fierro and husband, Federico, Natividad Hernandez Jr. and wife, Amparo, Victor Manuel Hernandez Sr. and wife, Patricia, Jose Luis (Joe) Hernandez, Graciela Borrego and husband, Joey, Martha De La Garza and husband, Adam, Griselda Medina and husband, Michael Sr., and Ernesto Hernandez and 32 grandchildren, 51 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great-grandchild. Maria has now reunited in Heaven with her parents Josefa and Victor Trevino and her daughter Teresa Moran. Pallbearers were: Juan Hernandez Jr., Nat Hernandez III, Federico Fierro Jr., Victor M.

Tue
30
Jan
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Shirley M. Alisch

Shirley M. Alisch, age 94, passed away peacefully on January 22, 2018 at the Crockett County Care Center in Ozona. She was born September 12, 1923 in Detroit, Michigan, the daughter of Harry and Charlotte Lane. Shirley was a faithful and godly woman with a heart for service. These qualities must have been evident, because, it was love at first sight when her husband, Albert Alisch, first met Shirley on a blind date. On this first date, Albert said to Shirley, “I’m going to marry you.” And so he did, while on military leave a year later, Shirley and Albert married on January 4, 1944 and started their family. She was a loving mother who was able to make a house into a home wherever their military travels took them. Professionally, Shirley worked as a bookkeeper, a tax preparer and as the Chief Underwriter for Loyal American Life Insurance Company in Mobile, Alabama. Throughout her life she was a devoted volunteer.

Tue
16
Jan
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Robert E. Rios

Robert E. Rios, 67, went to be with our Heavenly Father, January 11, 2018 in San Angelo, Texas, due to unexpected complications.

Robert was born September 15, 1950 in La Muralla, Mexico to Guillermo Rios and Maria Rios.

Robert married Maria F. Rios. He worked for JRD Backhoe Services out of Barnhart, Texas.

Survivors include wife, Maria Rios, sons, Miguel Rios and Robert Rios Jr., six grandchildren, his father Guillermo Rios, sisters Irma Cruz, Sylvia Rivera, Cecilia Baltazar, Blanca Butcher, Petra Carter, brothers, Gene Rios, Memo Rios, Jose Rios, Carlos Rios, Ernesto Rios and Ben Rios, and his beloved dog Chico.

Robert enjoyed spending time with his family and friends, watching his grandchildren play sports, going camping, watching old Western movies, going to the casino, taking his dog Chico for car rides and watching The Cowboys.

He leaves a wonder legacy and endearing memories.

Tue
09
Jan
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Mary Hufstedler Sellers

Mary Hufstedler Sellers died in Amarillo, Texas on December 29, 2017. Mary was born on October 8, 1933, in Abilene, Texas to the parents of Carl and Lorena Mahan. Memorial services will be at 11 a.m., Saturday, January 20, 2018, at the Ozona Methodist Church in Ozona, Texas. After graduating from Abilene High School, she attended Trinity University and Sul Ross University where she met her first husband, J.G. Hufstedler. She was a teacher and church secretary for several years in Ozona, Texas. Mary loved to travel, read, watch the Spurs and especially enjoyed visiting good friends in the Pandale, Texas region. She remarried later in life and treasured the time with husband Henry "Hank" Sellers. She lived the last eight years of her life in Amarillo, Texas with her son and daughter-in-law.

Tue
09
Jan
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Bradley Cole Sullivan

Bradley Cole Sullivan, 37, was taken from us and received into Heaven on December 31, 2017. Brad was a man of humble kindness and great compassion for others. His concern for helping someone in need far outweighed his concern for self. He loved his children greatly and would spend his time sharing his love for music and adventure with them. From the roller skating rink to the river, the could always be found singing, laughing, and having fun together. Brad’s greatest joy was music. He loved sitting alone and with friends and family strumming his guitar, singing all the words we knew. He will always be remembered for his “sublime” musical gifts. His family takes great comfort in knowing Brad is freed from the troubles of this world, comforted, whole, guitar in arms, singing praises to Jesus……probably songs he wrote himself.

Tue
09
Jan
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Ralph Bradford

Ralph Bradford, 70, died Friday, December 29, 2017. He was preceded in death by his parents, RA (Dobbs) and Vada Bradford and three grandchildren. He is survived by his wife, Kathy, of Christoval; children, Wendy Flanagan (Billy), Ginger Butterbredt (Russell), Randy Bradford (Mindy), Brandy Woodruff (John); 11 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and sisters Betty King and Elaine Sledge. Graveside services were Saturday, January 6, at Christoval.

Tue
09
Jan
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Weldon Wayne Maness

Weldon Wayne Maness went to be at rest with the Lord and his loved ones on January 5, 2018. He was 85 years old. Weldon was born January 15, 1932 in Cross Cut, Texas to A.W. “Jack” Maness and Willie Iris Lovell Maness. His childhood was special in various small towns and places in and around Eastland County. As a young boy of 12, he professed his faith and was baptized into the Methodist Church. Graduating from high school after the 11th grade in Clyde, Texas, he rejoined his large family who had moved to Ozona, and here met many of his lifelong friends. He attended Sul Ross State University and then enlisted with the U.S. Air Force. He was proud that he also played football for them during his service. Weldon returned to Ozona a few days after the devastating flood of 1954. In 1955, he was introduced to a new young school teacher who quickly stole his heart. On July 15, 1957, he married Joyce King Heinze. He also became a caring father to her young son, Danny.

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