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,4 Page 6A - The News - Friday, July 13, 2012 Obituaries Trinidad Tales Taryn Madison Hooks Baby Taryn Madison Hooks went to be in the arms of Jesus on June 28, 2012. She is survived by her mother, Taibryn Hooks and fa- ther Jared Willis; grandparents Gregory and Tamblin Northcutt, and Jerald and Anita Willis; uncles Jonothan McKinney and Dexter Warfield. Visitation was held from noon to 2 p.m. Friday, July 6, 2012 at the Church of the Living God, Athens. Ser- vices were at 2 p.m. Friday, July 6, with interment fol- lowing at Athens Cemetery with Mary Henderson offi- ciating. Services were under the direction of Huck- abee/Tomlinson Funeral Home, Malakoff and Seven Points. Online condolences can be made at www.tomlinson- funeral.com. * Richard Colvin Richard Colvin of Trinidad passed away on July 2, 2012 at the age of 75. By Emily Lundy Special to The News rm hoping to get back on some type of schedule as having non-working laptops, typing at a friend's home and missing dead- lines has really confused me, someone who doesn't need confusion with enough already going on. The heat really eliminat- ed any celebration of the fourth. But TV coverage was quite good. Usually we'd be at the Fish Hatch- cry. Once we parked afar and could get into our car to cool off. coat and fit right in. I know she was proud. My older son wished his son could have had a class- mate of his (the father) for a coach. It never happened. But this friend did coach in this area and may have been asked to leave for too many losses. I'm not sure. I taught the young man, now middle-aged and had known a mature student who loved fun. I thought my son gave this man quite a compliment. "If my son could have played under (that coach) and never been in a winning game, it He was born in Aley on Jan. 5, 1937 to Warren Grif-"'" would not have mattered to fin Colvin and Jodie Floy Greenhaw Colvin.Remember the year onme because the coach had He is survived by his loving wife of 52 years, Rosalee Athens Lake at the Marina a character of integrity, Bannister Colvin; daughter Jo Dell Gunstansin; step- when the entire explosives compassion, honesty and daughter Linda Maxwell; sisters Nelda Hendrix and in the back of a station Gall Brown; brother Haroid Colvin; grandchildren wagon vehicle was ignited so many other honorable Cory Gunstansin, Tiffany Riley and Jessica Gunstansin. by a spark and blew, vehi- qualities about him, any He was preceded in death by his parents, Warren cle and all. Short show, but game would have been a Griffin and Jodie Floy Colvin; brothers and sisters, I admired those trying to winner for my son." We Leslie Colvin, Helen Powell, Ansel Colvin, Doris get the job done. forget what's important so McMillian, Duain Colvin, I~illie Jo Thornton, Rachel many times in those who Voight and Freddie Colvin. ~ A well-respected teacher teach, coach, even clean Service are pending under the direction of Huck- in the fourth grade, retired the school, serve the food, abee/Tomlinson funeral Ho~e, Malakoff. Condolences by her administrators etc. can be made online at www~tomlinsonfuneral.com, when radical changes --- came in education, has Lauretta Lawler has re- Dillon Roger Montgomery Baby Dillon Roger Montgomery went to be in the arms of Jesus on June 29, 2012. He is survived by his mother and father, Sasha and James Montgomery; grandparents Gloria Clifford, Roger and wife Becky Merkley; sisters Autumn and Madison Montgomery; brother Wyatt Montgomery; un- cles Kyle Montgomery, Cagey Jones, Aaron Merkley and Brian Scarbough; aunts andy Montgomery, Toni Jones and Nakita Scarbough. Visitation will be held from 4-6 p.m. on Friday, July 6, 2012 at Huckabee/Tomlinson Funeral Home, Malakoff. Services were at 6 p.m. Friday, July 6, and in- died in a nearby town. Katy Bob Hamilton was loved by my kids. She con- trolled with a quiet com- mand, was unique, and she taught! She and her hus- band Leon had one son who grew up, married, had two sons, divorced, and then he himself drowned in a lake near Dallas. The two boys came to the country to live with their granny. turned to ETMC and from there will go to therapy at a nursing home for 20 days of therapy. She fell two weeks ago on concrete and has been unable to walk. A memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Saturday, July 14, at Trinity Baptist Church for Richard Colvin. performances all around us. The Fulton family will be Athens Singing Hall. A group will perform at a Tool Baptist Church. Watch the newspapers for pictures and more infor- mation. Do any of you remember that first Ochoa's Restau- rant in Payne Springs around 1970? Many of the servers and help were the children of the Ochoa par- ents who ran the restau- rant. We ate there frequent- ly, driving from Mabank with our children. Billie and Claude Jack- son have had a full week of guests coming, different groups or single company, coming in or leaving. If an award is ever given out for who is on the phone the most, Billie will be the re- ceiver. She knows every- one and everything, not a mean bone in her My daughter and her shrinking family (two of three have graduated) in- cluding husband and one son have gone to the coast for vacation time. Last year a jelly fish or some other water creature in the ocean bit my mid- dle-aged daughter on the leg. The bite left a horrible place I thought would never get well. It did by Halloween anyway. The only big celebration is where Laura comes in, spending weeks with him and coming home on weekends. Evelyn Beavers has fall- en again but regrouped quickly. Pat Jackson was bitten in the hand a couple of weeks ago by a stray cat, but no bad develop- ments came of it. It was thought the cat had been abused. It was eating and didn't appear sick. Avon Lane has been feeling bet- ter and may make a trip with her daughter Amy to NYC. We hope she can go. Beth Parker has a granddaughter traveling in Europe, the daughter of Mike Parker. She graduat- ed from U. of Missouri in three years, Remember our prayer list and those forgotten to be put on it: Evelyn Beavers, Rosalee Colvin and family, Winston Thornburg, Joe Wilbanks, James Looney, Rosie Sims, Lauretta Lawler, Flora Robb, Mary Rep- pond, Don Wilbanks, Bil- lie Taaffe, Martha Perry, Ginger Frasier, Isaac Fer- rell with eye injured in one car accident going toward Malakoff; he may lose sight in it; Chris Brown, Glenn Tubbs, Bethel Tubbs, Mary Stephenson, Ruby Williams, Joe Moser, Lawrence Moser, Bessie Cartlidge in a Dal- las facility near her son Benny, those facing sur- terment followed at Skyvue Memorial Gardens, Mans- She could keep upwiththe Two-a-days are around held in Trinidad is our gery. I asked what ailed field 11:30 a.m. July 7, 20!2 with Casey Jones officiat- best of them. She also the comer for our school three-day homecoming who::be!~ed ing and under the direction on Huckabee/Tomlinson played all card and dorr/i'll"0: athleteg:In this heat, I wish early fall. I hope people ' her age, andwas told, "All Funeral Home, Malakoffand Seven Points. games with her grandsons they vCere two-a-nights, still come. Committees are her hurts Came together Online condolences can be made at www.tomlinson- funeral.com. S. I,_I ENAL CARE Canton Dialysis Center Here to provide Dialysis care to all of Van Zandt County, Open Monday, Wednesday and Friday 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. We invite you to a warm environment with friendly expert staff. We assist with all aspects of your dialysis care. Come experience the difference with USRenalCare Canton 400 E. Highway 243 * Suite 14 Canton, lrx, 75103 903-567-2250 and their friends. Once she Some things about our asked me what she should weather have changed wear for senior night when since my and your day. If her older grandson would you don't believe it, I'm be presented on field in his sorry. football suit, she his escort.--- I think I told her she could Religious singing is wear slacks, shirt, and light being performed in special Phone In Orders Welcome MoN-THue 11~m-gm Fet-SAr 11AM.lOoM Su. 11Aea-3Pe~ meeting for planning soon. We need Trinidad exes who can sing or warble or play an instrument? We need performances bad for our Sunday services. In touch with Laura Yarbrough recently, I learned her nephew Cedric has a wife who has been ill. A malignancy has been ruled out but this pa- tient is having surgery at Baylor this week. Cedric and wife have three sons, one too young to stay alone in the summer. This this morning, and stayed in her bed." Some time she has to wear a neck brace. Jimmy and Toni Steele have kin and in- laws needing prayer for healing for thanks for being healed; please re- member our veterans at home or in homes. 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