Category: Obituaries

Mattie Lee Heggins

The Angelic Hosts came for Mattie Lee Heggins on December 31, 2016 in the Providence Health Center, Waco, among loving family and devoted friends. Viewing was held Friday, January 6, 2017 with the family present. Funeral services were held Saturday, January 7, 2017 at the Jewett Civic Center. Interment is in the Heggins Chapel Cemetery in Jewett Mattie Heggins was born to Dave Heggins and Velma Thomas Heggins in Teague, Texas. She grew up in Teague and graduated with the Teague High School Class of 1978. Mattie and Michael Lloyd were married on May 24, 1982 in Pittsburg, TX. She received a Bachelor Of Science Degree in Medical Technology from East Texas State University and a Master Of Arts Degree in Fine Arts from The University Of Texas, Tyler in 1996. She received her Teacher Certification in 1995. Mattie was a celebrated artist; and some of her paintings and drawings are registered in The Library of Congress. She was inducted into the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority at East Texas State University. Her career led her to work as an AMT with the Presbyterian Hospital, Greenville, TX and the Henderson Memorial Hospital, Henderson, TX. Her last employment was in the area of Home Healthcare. Mattie was preceded in death by her father; son Brandon Jamal Lloyd; and brothers Neal Heggins and David Heggins. She is survived by:  Her husband Michael...

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Rose Gilbreath

Rose Gilbreath, 60 of Fairfield, TX passed away Sunday morning at East Texas Medical Center in Fairfield. She was born January 12,1956 in Corpus Christi to Thomas and Mildred Rayborn. Rose was a Realtor and was very active in the real estate industry. She was active with and loved her church family. The door of her home was always open and the coffee pot going for anyone who stopped by. Over the years Rose served as an advocate of troubled women. She loved people and had a heart of gold. Rose enjoyed bird watching, listening to live music, sewing, cooking and reading. She loved spending time with her husband, children and her grandchildren. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and friend. She is preceded in death by her mother, Mildred Rayborn; brother Stephen Craig Rayborn. She is survived by her loving husband Russell Gilbreath; children, Jasmine and Pressly Bonner of Kaufman, Jessica and Matt Burk of Wylie, Jordan and Greg Jackson of Fort Worth, Jaelan and John Mincey of Albuquerque, NM. Six grandchildren Aaron Bonner, Christopher, Clara and Valerie Burk, Elleri and Brooks Jackson. Father Thomas Rayborn; Brothers and sister, Thomas Rayborn, Larry Rayborn, Barbara Williams, Michael Rayborn and Alan Rayborn. Numerous other family and friends. Visitation will be 6-8 pm Tuesday, January 10, 2017 at Griffin-Roughton Funeral Home. Funeral service will be 2 pm Wednesday, January 11,...

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John Henry Young, Jr.

  John Henry Young Jr., 74, of Surprise, Arizona, passed away at 3:43 am, Thursday, December 22, 2016, at the Banner Del E. Webb Medical Center surrounded by his family. Born March 5, 1942, in Streetman, Texas, he was the son of the late John Henry Young Sr. and Velma Mae Evans and brother to George and Brady Young. John is survived by his wife of 47 years, Jacqueline “Jackie” Young; two daughters, Melanie Boulden and Monique Young; and granddaughter, Maya Boulden. John also leaves behind numerous loving relatives and friends. John attended Doan High School in Fairfield, Texas and graduated in 1960. He had a very successful high school career as an all-district basketball player and all-state high jumper. Following high school, he attended Midwestern State University on a four-year athletic scholarship. John graduated in 1966, with a Bachelor of Science degree in both secondary education and physical education with a minor in history. John was a member of Midwestern’s basketball team. In 1965, his senior year, John led his team to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) National Tournament and was named an NAIA All-American for scoring over 1,700 points in his college career. John had an opportunity to play professional basketball, but chose to stay at Midwestern and finish his degree. In 1967, John was drafted into the army. He received basic training at Fort...

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Sergio Oregon

  Sergio Oregon, 22 of Buffalo, passed away December 31, 2016. He was born September 21, 1994. He enjoyed playing soccer and he also played football and ran track at Fairfield High School. He is preceded in death by his uncle, Manuel Rosales; aunt Leticia Portilla. He is survived by his wife, Jacquelyn Oregon; 2 sons, Christian and Alan Oregon. Parents, Luis and Maria Moreno; siblings, Manuel Oregon, Bryan Moreno, Luis Moreno, Alizze Moreno. Aunt and uncle, Maria Rosario Diaz and Ismael Diaz. A memorial service will be held Saturday, January 7, 2017 from 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm at Iglesia Bautist Alfa y Omega with Pantaleon Rios officiating. An online guest book is available at Arrangements By Griffin-Roughton Funeral...

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Lewis “Mr. Man” “Big Lou” Randle

              The Angelic Hosts came for Lewis “Mr. Man” “Big Lou” Randle in the early morning of Tuesday, December 13, 2016 at the Mile Marker 188, of I45 in Teague, Texas.  Viewing was at the Funeral Home, Wednesday, December 21 with a Vigil Service from attended by the family. Funeral Services were held Thursday, December 22 at in the First Baptist Church, 209 N. 6th Ave, Downtown Teague. Officiating was Elder Frederick Miles and Bro. Cleo Phillips. Interment was in the Grove Island Cemetery, Teague.  Lewis was the 5th child born to Mary Lou Randle and Lewis Joe Johnson on June 16, 1959 in Teague, Texas. He completed his public school education in the Teague Public School System. Mr. Randle was a faithful brother in the West Side Church of Christ in Teague and served the church as Song Leader.  His career took him to employment with the Coca Cola Bottling Co. in Houston, the Burlington Northern Railroad, and to his retirement from The Texas Department Of Criminal Justice after 19 years, 7 months, and 1 day of service. He had a passion for Food Service, and a FOOD TRUCK that featured barbeque and other specialties.  He was an avid Dallas Cowboy Fan, and followed the team passionately. His children and especially his grandchildren were his heart. “Mr. Man” was preceded in death...

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