Category: Obituaries

Homer Ray Bonner

The Angelic Hosts came for Homer Ray Brown on Sunday Morning, October 29, 2017 at his residence in Houston, among loving family and devoted friends. Viewing was Friday, November 3, 2017 in the Moore’s Angelic Funeral Chapel. Funeral Services were held Saturday, November 4, 2017 at the Holman Street Baptist Church, in Houston, Texas under the direction of Moore’s Angelic Funeral Home, Teague, Texas. Rev. Roderick Cunningham, pastor of New Jerusalem Baptist Church, Dickinson, Texas officiated. Interment was in the Avant Cemetery, FCR 661, Teague, Texas. On January 31, 1949, a 5th son and 7th child was born to Nathaniel and Callie Henderson Brown of Teague, Texas. He would be named Homer Ray. He was a pride and joy of the family and like his 6 siblings he developed an early interest in learning, influenced mainly by his father. Homer accepted Jesus at an early age and united with Jerusalem Baptist Church of Teague, Texas. He received his elementary and secondary education in the Teague public schools and graduated from Teague High School after spending three years at Booker T. Washington High School, also in the Teague public school system. Homer excelled in academics receiving honors and in athletics as a member of the 440 yard relay team that won the class 2A state championship in 1967. It was at Booker T. that he met a young lady named...

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Services Pending for Mr. William Pete Kirven

The Angelic Hosts came for Mr. William Pete Kirven, husband of Mrs. Bennie M. Kirven, at his residence in the Sandy Community of Coolidge, Texas on Monday morning, Nov. 6, 2017 among family and devoted friends. Services are pending at Moore’s Angelic Funeral Home, 406 Monroe Street, Teague,...

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Joseph Carlton Clark

Joseph Carlton Clark, 64, former Teague Chief of Police entered the pearly gates of Heaven on October 20, 2017 at Sachse, Texas. He was born on September 2, 1953 in Fairfield to parents Lee Carlton and Eleanor Clark. At the time of his illness, he was employed by the City of Dallas In Home Land Security. Joseph was a Christian and loved sharing the gospel with others. He enjoyed singing and sang around the world with the Luminaires group. Joseph was a world traveler with the group visiting Africa, India, Europe, Israel and more. His other hobby was hunting. He is preceded in death by grandparents Lillard and Elizabeth Clark and Joe and Eleanor Bozeman, his father Lee Clark and a son, Micah Carlton Clark. Left to cherish his memories are his caring wife, Sandra and his mother Eleanor, his 4 children: daughter, Jennifer Clark-Picchi and son-in-law Jason and his 3 sons: Joseph Ashton Clark, Daniel Shane Clark, and Noah Webster Clark. His wife’s children: daughter, Kristi Larson and son-in-law, Kevin; son, Wade Hood, daughter-in-law Dena. He leaves behind his brother, Lillard Clayton Clark and sister-in-law Terrie; twin sisters, Sherrie Clark Wilson and brother-in-law Sam and Gerrie Whittle Henderson brother-in-law Bruce, and sister, Susan Clark Loomis and brother-in-law, Jeff.  His 2 grandchildren, Kelsey and Nathan Hudgins and his wife’s grandchildren Kaitlyn and Kaden Larson and Melody and Laney Hood; and...

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Wanda Lou Moore

Wanda Lou Moore, 75, of Fairfield, passed away Saturday, October 28, 2017 in Fairfield. Funeral services were held 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, October 31, 2017 at Capps Memorial Chapel with Bro. Ed Ridge officiating. Interment followed at Lake Chapel Cemetery. Pallbearers were James Daniel Solley, James Steven Solley, Cheyenne Rosser Moore, Jacob Daniel Moore, Douglas Tapley and Donald Ray Tapley, Jr. Mrs. Moore was born March 27, 1942 in Malakoff, Texas to parents Ellis L. and Myrtie O. Fuller Tapley. She had been a resident of Fairfield almost all of her life. On March 12, 1960 she married Wallace Moore and last March celebrated 57 years of marriage. She was a member of Round Prairie Baptist Church. Wanda spent her life loving and taking care of her husband and family. In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by two daughters, Crystal Gayle Moore and Karen Elizabeth Moore; one granddaughter, Chole Elizabeth Moore; five brothers and four sisters. Left to cherish her memory is her husband Wallace; three children, Gary D. Moore and wife Gwen of Fairfield; Steven Neal Moore of Fairfield; Crystal Elizabeth Moore and husband Clifford DeCluette of Corsicana; two brothers, Roy Tapley and wife Joyce of Cayuga, TX; Ronnie Tapley and wife Jerry of Greenville, TX; one sister, Mary Evelyn Armstrong of Fairfield; eleven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. To view...

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Lindale “Foots” Granberry

  Lindale “Foots” Granberry of Fairfield, Texas passed away on Friday morning, October 20, 2017 at Medical City in Dallas at the age of 61. He was born in Fairfield, Texas on July 27, 1956 to Glen Haydon Granberry and Maxine Armstrong Granberry. He married his wife Jennifer on July 30, 1976 in Fairfield and shortly thereafter began working at the Big Brown Mine. He worked there for 37 years as a fuel mechanic and retired officially on March 31, 2015 after 37 years. Lindale enjoyed anything that involved being outside. When he was not at work you could find him on a tractor and every now and then hunting. Lindale is preceded in death by his son Christopher Dale Granberry, father Glen Haydon Granberry and a sister Glena Granberry. He is survived by his wife Jennifer Granberry of Fairfield and his mother Maxine Dommert of Fairfield. Children; Linda Guinn and husband Johnathon of Jacksonville, Brian Granberry of Fairfield and Tami Granberry of Fairfield. Grandchildren; Clayton, Colton, Kelly and Cody. Brother Ricky Granberry and wife Donja of Fairfield and Sister Gaynell Hawthorne of Troup. He is also survived by numerous extended family members and friends. Visitation with his family was Sunday afternoon, October 22, 2017 at Griffin – Roughton Funeral Home in Fairfield from 4 – 6pm. A celebration of his life was held Monday morning, October 23, 2017...

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