MUEGGE, Louise of Taylor. Age 94. Died 8/6/1988 (Sat.) in Sweetbriar Nursing Home. Services held (Monday) at St.John Church. Burial in Taylor City Cemetery. Rev. Robert Sauer officiated. She was a member of St.John Lutheran Church at Thrall. BORN c.1894. SURVIVORS: Daughter, Mrs. Lillie Walther of Taylor; 4 sons, Lonnie of Taylor, Arbie of LaPorte, Harold of Thorndale, Leroy of Sealy; 12 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; 1 great-great-grandchild.
MUELLER, Mrs. Rosie (Walter) of Rt.1, Thrall. Age 72. Died 6/19/1983 (Sunday) in St.David's Hospital in Austin. Services held (Tuesday) at Condra Memorial Chapel. Burial in the Taylor City Cemetery. Rev. Ted Steenblock officiated. She was BORN 1/8/1911 and was a member of St.John Lutheran Church and lifelong resident of Thrall. SURVIVORS: Husband, Walter G. Mueller of Thrall; daughter, Mrs. Thomas (Norma Jean) Swenson of Corpus Christi; 2 sons, Walter G. Mueller, Jr. of Lancaster, Glenn Roy Mueller of Round Rock; a sister, Mrs. Theo Brinkmeyer of Taylor; a sister, Mary Brinkmeyer; a brother, Mathias Bachmayer of Taylor; 6 grandchildren; 1 great-granddaughter. SS Death Benefit on #456-35-2175.
MUERY, Mrs. Elizabeth (Arnold) of 706 Brown St., Taylor. Age 71. Died 2/25/1985 (Monday) in a Temple hospital. Services held 2/28 (Thursday) at Condra Memorial Chapel in Taylor. Burial in St.Peter's United Church of Christ Cemetery in Coupland. She was BORN 9/15/1913 and taught school for 40 years, including 22 years at 12th Street School in Taylor, Thrall, Hutto and Coupland, before her retirement. Member of Texas State Teachers Asso. SURVIVORS: Husband, Arnold Muery of Taylor; 2 sons, A. Tilley Muery of Austin, Delvin Joe Muery of Taylor; sister, Verna Lea Harrison of Georgetown and 4 grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #465-86-9697.
MUERY, Mrs. Rena (Walter) of Miles. Age 69. Died 8/1972 (in paper 8/10/72). Services held (Friday) from the Trinity Lutheran Church in Miles. Burial in Miles Cemetery. Rev. Guy Brown, pastor of Christ Lutheran Church of San Angelo, officiated. She was BORN 7/2/1903 at Coupland. Married Walter L. Muery on 2/12/?. Was a resident of Runnels Co. since 1941. Member of above church in Miles. SURVIVORS: Husband, Walter of Miles; 5 daughters and a son, 6 sisters among whom are Mrs. Oscar Mertz of Thorndale, Mrs. Greta Leschber of Hare, Mrs. Bill Lenz of Taylor and Mrs. Willie Wuthrich, also Mrs. Sena Jechow of Granger and Mrs. Steve Mertz of Austin; 3 brothers, Herman Goetz of Thorndale, D.G. Goetz of Austin and C.K. Goetz of Stanford; 9 grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #456-60-1859 under Rena Muery.
MULLIN, Mrs. Laverne (Kendall) of Dalhart. Age 59. Died 10/5/1983 in her home. Services held 10/8 (Sat.) in Central United Methodist Church. Burial in Memorial Park Cemetery. Rev. Cecil R. Beaver, pastor of First Christian Church, officiated. Schooler-Gordon Funeral Directors of Dalhart in charge of arrangements. She was BORN about 1924 and moved to Dalhart with husband when they went into the ranching business and she worked at Coon Memorial Hospital from 1965 to 1978. Preceded in death by husband in 1981 and son in 1978. SURVIVORS: Daughter, Jo Ann Bush of Austin; 4 brothers, R.E. Unnasch, Leroy and Verdis Unnasch, all of Thorndale, Wilbert Unnasch of Taylor; 1 granddaughter, Stacey Bush of Austin.
MULLINAX, Mrs. Mildred Cast (Ralph) of Milano. Age 67. Died 8/29/1988 (Monday) after a highway accident in Cameron, she was pronounced dead about 50 minutes after the collision between the Mullinax pickup and a tractor-trailer rig driven by James A. Suggs, 44, of Georgetown. Occurred at the intersection of Texas 36 & Milam Street near the Cameron City Park. Mr. Mullinax who was driving the pickup was in critical condition at Scott & White Hospital after undergoing abdominal surgery. "He also had a closed head injury". Services held (Thursday) at First Baptist Church, Rockdale. Burial in Locklin Cemetery near San Gabriel. Revs. Bruce Williams and James Goforth, officiated. Phillips & Luckey in charge of arrangements. She was BORN 8/16/1921 in San Gabriel and owned a beauty shop in Galena Park before retiring. Member of above church in Rockdale. SURVIVORS: Husband, Homer Ralph Mullinax of Milano; 2 sons, H. Ralph Mullinax, Jr. and wife, Joan, and Ronald L. Mullinax and wife, Jackie, all of Houston; daughter, Reva Jones and husband, Dwain, of Galena Park; brother, John T. Cast of Thorndale; sister, Hattie Edwards of Gause; 6 grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #451-22-5468.
MULLINAX, Ralph of Milano. Age 70. Died 2/3/1989 (Friday) at Methodist Hospital, Houston, from injuries received in a highway accident on 8/29/1988 in Cameron. Services held 2/6 (Monday) in First Baptist Church, Rockdale. Burial in Locklin Cemetery near San Gabriel. Phillips & Luckey Funeral Home, Rockdale, in charge of arrangements. He was BORN 10/28/1918 in Milam Co., to M/M. Rosander (Maude Elliott) Mullinax. Was a Milano resident for the past 7 years and was a former Galena Park resident. Married Mildred Cast 2/21/1942 in First Baptist Church of Rockdale. He served in WW-2. Member and deacon of First Baptist Church, Galena Park, and was a member of First Baptist Church of Rockdale. Preceded in death by his wife, Mildred Mullinax, who died in the 8/29/1988 highway accident, also, by his parents. SURVIVORS: 2 sons, H. Ralph Mullinax, Jr. and wife, Joan, and Ronald L. Mullinax and wife, Jackie, all of Houston; daughter, Reba Jones and husband, Dwain, of Galena Park; 2 brothers, Cecil Mullinax of Deer Park, B.F. Millinax of Franklin; 6 grandchildren.
MULLINS, Mrs. Gussie Augusta Doss of Austin. Age 97. Died 1/5/1990 (Friday) in St.David's Rehab Center, Austin. Services held 1/7 (Sunday) in the Phillips & Luckey Chapel. Burial in Salty Cemetery. Elder Hugh Montgomery of Primitive Baptist Church officiated. She was BORN 6/18/1892, near Gay Hill to M/M. George A. (Amanda) Doss. Married Claude S. Mullins. She was a homemaker and member of Primitive Baptist Church of Normangee, Tx. Preceded in death by husband on 11/8/1976; 2 daughters, Pearl Stigler and Nina Ruth Hart; parents, 5 brothers and 2 sisters. SURVIVORS: 3 daughters, Allene Paris of Salty, Ila Rae Dunn of Austin, Claudine Joyce Paris of Cedar Park; 11 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; 7 great-great-grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #456-86-9183 under Augusta Mullins. Benefit death date reported as 2/5/1990.
MUNDINE, Bennie of Rockdale. Age 80. Died 1/4/1977 (Tuesday) (in paper 1/6 & 1/13/77) at Rockdale Medical Asso. Services held (Wed.) in Phillips & Luckey Chapel, Rockdale. Burial in Pleasant Hill Cemetery. Rev. D.D. Simpson, of First Baptist Church, Rockdale, officiated. He was BORN 8/1/1896 in Milam Co., son of M/M. William Mundine and a lifelong resident of Rockdale. He was a farmer and rancher. Married Fannilee Sheppard in 1919 near Rockdale. SURVIVORS: Wife, Mrs. Fannilee Mundine of Rockdale; son, Don Mundine of Austin; 2 daughters, Mrs. Bettie Joe Rhea of Austin and Mrs. Mary Hope Archer of Austin; 2 sisters, Mrs. Hallie McCoy of Rockdale and Mrs. Cora Deason of Fulton; 6 grandchildren; 5 great-grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #449-64-5215.
MUNOZ, Anita Virginia of Rockdale. Age 37. Died ?/1981 (Thursday) in Houston's M.D. Anderson Hospital after a short illness. Rosary recited Friday in Phillips & Luckey Chapel, Rockdale. Services held (Sat.) in St.Joseph's Catholic Church. Burial in IOOF Cemetery, Rockdale. Father Albert Ruiz officiated. She was BORN 8/20/1943 in Bartlett to M/M. Victoriano (Alovina Gusman) Cruz, and had been a Rockdale resident for 15 years. Preceded in death by an infant daughter. SURVIVORS: Husband, Ernesto Munoz of Rockdale; 3 sons, Larry Gusman Cruz of Rockdale, Jerry Wayne Cruz of Rockdale and Ernie Rene Munoz of Rockdale; daughter, Helira Gusman Cruz of Rockdale; 3 brothers, Andrew Cruz of Rockdale, Chalo Cruz of Rockdale and Manuel Cruz of Rockdale; 4 sisters, Mary Garza of Wauchula, FL., Suzanna Garza of Lometa, Sally Aldama of Rockdale and Rosemary Rubio of Rockdale; number of grandchildren.
MUNOZ, Lucio of Rockdale. Age 82. Died 12/10/1989 (Sunday) at Southland Villa Nursing Home, Temple. (Funeral/burial info not listed). He was BORN 2/20/1907 in Mexico to M/M. Alberto (Eusebia) Munoz. Married Santiaga Salas on 5/22/1930 in Mississippi. He was a retired farmer. Member of the Catholic Church. SURVIVORS: Wife, Santiaga Munoz of Rockdale; 2 sons, Patricio Munoz of Seminole and Lucio Munoz, Jr. of Rogers; 3 daughters, Anita Seigler of Bryan, Matilde M. Garza of Rockdale and Aurora Madrigal of Hutchins; 22 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.
MUNOZ, Manuel of Houston. Age 64. Died 1/13/1977 (Thursday)(in paper 1/27/77). Services held 1/15 in Crespo Chapel and Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, Houston. Burial in Houston's Garden of Gethsemani Cemetery. He was BORN 12/15/1912 and lived in Rockdale for 20 years before moving to Houston in the 1950's. He was a member of the Holy Name Society and Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church. SURVIVORS: Wife, Mrs. Josefa Munoz of Houston; 7 sons, Tomas, Manuel, Gilbert, Frank, Robert, and Reynaldo Munoz all of Houston, Amador Munoz of Somerville; 2 daughters, Mrs. Alma Gutierrez and Rose Mary Munoz of Houston; 3 sisters, Maria Ferdin and Margaret Martinez of Houston and Eusebia Ramos of Dallas; brother, Aurelio Munoz of Fairfield; a number of grandchildren, nieces and nephews. SS Death Benefit on #455-16-6059.
MUNOZ, Santiage Salas of Rockdale. Age 82. Died 2/18/1990 (Sunday) at her Rockdale home. Services held 2/19 (Monday) at St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Burial in St.Joseph's cemetery. Rev. Tom Hanus of St.Joseph's Catholic Church officiated. Phillips & Luckey, Rockdale, in charge of arrangements. She was BORN 12/30/1907 near Marlin to M/M. Luz (Matilde Morales) Salas. Married Lucio Munoz, Sr. on 5/22/1930 in Mississippi. She was a member of St.Joseph's Catholic Church of Rockdale. Preceded in death by her husband on 12/10/1989. SURVIVORS: 2 sons, Patricio Munoz of Seminole and Lucio Munoz, Jr. of Rogers; 3 daughters, Matilde M. Garza of Rockdale, Anita Seigler of Bryan, and Aurora Madrigal of Hutchins; sister, Aurora Salas de Garcia of Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico; 22 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #451-04-7478.
MURRAY, Morris Richard "Dick" of 209 E. Salty St., Thorndale. Age 62. Died 6/6/1975 (Friday) at the VA hospital in Temple, TX. It was Mr. Murray's wish that his body be taken immediately to the Dept. of Cancer Research, Baylor School of Medicine. Private memorial services were held at his home in Thorndale Sunday at 3:00 p.m. with Rev. Howard Buchanan officiated. The immediate family attended. Graveside services will be held at the Conoley Cemetery at a later date. He was BORN 8/8/1912 in Rockdale, TX. He graduated from Thorndale High School with the senior class of 1931. Served in the Orient during WW-2 as a Master Sergeant, receiving honorable mention for outstanding service on 2 occasions. Made his home in Maywood, CA. for 28 years and after retirement returned to Thorndale to make his home with his mother who passed away 4/1975. Preceded in death by wife, Ethel Beckman Murray, parents, M/M. G.C. (Tom) Murray and sister, Beatrice. SURVIVORS: 2 brothers, Paris Murray of Thorndale and George Murray of Austin, 4 sisters, Mrs. Ruby Harris, Thorndale; Mrs. Helen Johnson , Humble, TX.; Mrs. Betty Lou Melde, Thorndale and Mrs. Kathryn Dodds of Vega, TX.; 13 nieces and nephews; 6 great-nieces and nephews. SS Death Benefit on #464-10-2832.
MURRAY, Lessie of Gause & Hearne. Age 96. Died 5/1975 (Wed.) at the Leisure Lodge Nursing Home in Hearne after an illness of 4 years. Services held (Friday) in the Gause Methodist Church. Burial in Hix Cemetery near Caldwell. Rev. Jim Ross of the Gause Methodist Church officiated. She was BORN 11/7/1878 on the Storm Plantation in the Hix Comm., daughter of M/M. William H. Storm. First married A.J. Crockett on 6/26/1898, he preceded her in death in 1902. Married Sam Houston Murray in 1904. Preceded in death by her second husband, Sam Houston Murray, in 1931 and a son, Jeff Audie Crockett, Sr. in 1972. SURVIVORS: 4 sons, Archie Lee Murray of San Antonio, Willie B. Murray of Nederland, John Thomas Murray of Gause, Joe Ben Murray of Gause; daughter, Mrs. Mattie Walker of Gause; 2 half-brothers, Oliver Storm of Caldwell and Finsh Storm of Caldwell; half-sister, Goldie Storm of Caldwell; 8 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; 2 great-great-grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #452-88-7679.
MURRAY, Mrs. Ruby of Thorndale. Age 85. Died 4/1975 (Sat.) (in paper 5/1/75) in Johns Community Hospital, Taylor, following several days hospitalization. Services held (Monday) in Phillips & Luckey Funeral Chapel in Rockdale. Burial in Conoley Cemetery near Thorndale. Rev. Clyde Majors, pastor of the Baptist Church in Buffalo, officiated. She was BORN 9/20/1889, in Lee County, to the late M/M. Robert Goodloe (Goodlee). Was a resident of Thorndale but had lived many years in Rockdale. Employed as a nurse. She was married on 1/1/1906 to George C. "Tom" Murray. Member of First Christian Church of Thorndale. Preceded in death by her husband, George C. "Tom" Murray, in 1937 and by a daughter, Beatrice. SURVIVORS: 3 sons, Paris Murray and Richard Murray of Thorndale and George Murray of Austin; 4 daughters, Mrs. Ruby Harris and Mrs. Betty Melde of Thorndale, Mrs. Catherine Dodds of Vega and Mrs. Helen Johnson of Humble; 13 grandchildren; 6 great-grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #458-24-4348.
MURRELL, Mrs. Frances A. of Rockdale. Age 80. Died 11/1971 (Sunday) in a Taylor hospital. Services held (Tuesday) at Condra Memorial Chapel in Taylor. Burial in Hugh Wilson Cemetery. Rev. Henry Wood officiated. She was BORN 3/10/1891 in Lexington in Lee County, but had made her home in Rockdale for many years. Former resident of the Thorndale area and was a retired nurse's aide, taking care of the sick and aged in this community. Made her home with her niece, Mrs. Hill, for several weeks prior to her death. SURVIVORS: Daughter, Miss Iva Lee Murrell of Taylor; niece, Mrs. B.H. Hill, Thorndale; number of other nieces and nephews. SS Death Benefit on #451-44-2555 under Francis Murrell.
MURRELL, Mrs. Iva Lee of Rockdale & Taylor. Age 55. Died 7/22/1975 (Tuesday) (in paper 7/31/75) in a Taylor hospital after a short illness. Services held 7/24 (Thursday) at Phillips & Luckey Chapel in Rockadle. Burial in Hugh Wilson Cemetery at Tanglewood. The Rev. James Willis, Methodist minister from Thorndale officiated. She was BORN 3/15/1920 at Thrall to the late M/M. L.H. Murrell. She had been in Taylor nursing home the past 3-1/2 yrs. SURVIVORS: Son, Junior Earl Crouch of Texarkana, Ark.; daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Brunker of Dallas.
MURRY, Rev. I. M. of Marlin. Age 65. Died 12/31/1975 (in paper 1/8/76) in Marlin's Torbett-Huthings-Smith Memorial Hospital. Services held (Sat.) at South Union Baptist Church in Marlin. Rev. J.L. Dawson of Ft.Worth was the eulogist. (No burial info listed). He was BORN 8/22/1910 in Robinson Co., the son of the late M/M. Dock Murry. He was the last of eight children born to the Dock Murry family. At an early age, he united with the church and was later ordained a deacon of the South Union Baptist Church, Marlin. He was ordained a minister of the gospel by Rev. Wm. Knapp in the Union Baptist Church of Eloise. First church pastored by Rev. Murry was the Bethel Grove Baptist Church in Calvert. Pastored many churches in and around Falls Co. At his death, he had served as pastor of the Independent Baptist Church in Calvet for 16 years and New Hope Baptist Church in Rockdale for 32 years. He married Mrs. Julia A. Wyman on 8/31/1968. He served as moderator of St.Emmanuel Asso. for 10 years but due to ill health, he resigned in July and became moderator emeritus. SURVIVORS: Wife, Mrs. Julia A. Murry; 4 daughters, Mrs. Icie May Drake of Chicago, IL.; Mrs. Minnie Lee of Lubbock; Mrs. Beatrice Anderson of Abilene, and Mrs. Iris M. Sterling of Rock Island, IL.; 2 sons, Isom Murry, Jr. of Abilene and Seth Ray Murry of Houston; step-daughter, Mrs. Charlotte A. Armstead of Beaumont; step-son, James Frank Wyman of Austin; 23 grandchildren, nieces, nephews and a host of relatives and friends.
MUSE, Martha Jane of Rockdale. Age 36. Died 8/29/1989 in an auto-pedestrian accident on US.79 West of Rockdale. Services held 9/2 (Sat.) in Hillcrest Baptist Church. Burial in IOOF Cemetery, Rockdale. Rev. D.D. Simpson officiated. Phillips & Luckey of Rockdale in charge of arrangements. She was BORN 2/21/1953 in Wharton to M/M. Elbert (Linnie Gaines) Crawford. and had lived in Rockdale for past 30 years and was a former resident of Cameron. Member of above church. Preceded in death by her father. SURVIVORS: 2 sons, Patrick Joe Muse and Presley Wayne Muse, both of Rockdale; mother, Linnie Chance of Rockdale; brother, Elbert Wayne Crawford of Oklahoma; 2 sisters, Ima Jean Diver of Rockdale and Linda Kay Bezedicki of Pennsylvania; number of nieces and nephews.
MUSSETT, Harry L. of Taylor. Age 59. Died 11/20/1985 (Wed.) at his home. Memorial services held 11/22 (Friday) from Condra Memorial Chapel. Rev. Frank Walker officiated. He was BORN 5/10/1926 and was a graduate of Presbyterian College of Emporia, Kansas, with an engineering degree and was formerly associated with Continental Oil Co. as a research engineer before coming to Taylor, where he retired as president of Laboratory Tops, Inc. Served in U.S. Navy and was a member of First Presbyterian Church. SURVIVORS: Wife, Mrs. Bonnie Mussett of Taylor; 3 daughters, Mrs. Charles (Connie) Schuler of Athens, AL., Mrs. Ronnie (Mary) Paris of Thorndale, Mrs. Dan (Robin) Anthony of Sherman; son, Kevin Mussett of Stillwater, OK.; 2 brother, LeRoy Mussett of Little Rock, AR., James W. Mussett of Buena Vista, CA.; 12 grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #514-18-7350, card issued in Kansas.
MUSTON, Lt. Col. Claudie (Retired) of Georgetown. Age 63. Died 2/1981 (Friday). Services held (Sunday) in the Davis Funeral Home in Georgetown. Burial in Oakhill Cemetery in Lampasas. He was BORN 6/2/1917 and retired from the U.S. Air Force. SURVIVORS: Wife, Mrs. Ima Muston of Georgetown; foster son, James S. Choung of Houston; 2 daughters, Mrs. I.J. Wilkerson of Georgetown, Ms. Gwen Allen of Richardson; 5 brothers, F.O. Muston, L.D., I.G., F.A. and Ammon Muston, all of Rockdale; 7 grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #460-64-0426.
MUSTON, Mrs. Fannie Serina of Robert Lee, TX. Age 81. Died 2/9/1975 (Sunday) (in paper 2/20/75) in a San Angelo hospital where she had been a patient for 1 week. Services held 2/12 (Wed.) in the Phillips & Luckey Chapel. Burial in the Hugh Wilson Cemetery at Tanglewood. Revs. D.D. Simpson and Leonard Muston officiated. She was BORN 12/13/1893 in San Saba Co., to M/M. Jessie McCaleb. Lived in Robert Lee, TX for 3-1/2 yrs. Married Andrew Jackson Muston on 10/12/1913 in Rockdale. Member of the Methodist Church of Bronte, TX. Preceded in death by husband in 1964. SURVIVORS: 3 sons, Vernon D. of Watertown, SD., Leonard M. of Eveningshade, Ark. and J.W. Muston of Robert Lee; 7 daughters, Mrs. Jim (Vivian) Blair of Robert Lee, Mrs. Finnell (Ronda) Smith of Robert Lee, Mrs. Wanda Bachkora of Cuero, Mrs. Louis (Bonnie) Baker, Jr. of Tennyson, Mrs. Lee (Nannie) Muston of Rockdale, Mrs. Elbert (Odessa) Hall of Houston, Mrs. Otis (Berneta) Stephens of Modesto, CA.; sister, Mrs. Jewell Fletcher of Colorado City, TX.; 2 brothers, George McCaleb of Robert Lee and Rev. J.Q. McCalen of Mary Hill, NM.; 47 grandchildren; 63 great-grandchildren; 8 great-great-grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #456-86-9101.
MUSTON, Rosa of Rockdale. Age 89. Died 4/1977 (Monday) (in paper 4/14/77) in Boswell Nursing Home after a long illness. Services held (Wed.) in the Phillips & Luckey Chapel. Burial in Hugh Wilson Cemetery in Tanglewood. Rev. D.D. Simpson of First Baptist Church of Rockdale, officiated. She was BORN 10/18/1887 in Lee Co. to M/M. Thomas Henry Morrison. Married Frank Muston in 1908. Member of above church in Rockdale. Preceded in death by husband in 1955. SURVIVORS: 6 sons, Amon of Houston, Fadie of Rockdale, Claudie of Baytown, Irvin of Rockdale, Frank, Jr. of Baytown and Lee Dial Muston of Rockdale; 24 grandchildren; 37 great-grandchildren.
MUTZ, Charles of Blue Community. Age 71. Died 12/1974 (Sat.) (in paper 1/2/75) in the V.A. Hospital in Temple where he had been for the past 25 days. Services held (Monday) at Phillips & Luckey Chapel, Rockdale. Burial in the Burns Cemetery at Blue near Taylor. Rev. Guy Harris officiated. He was BORN 9/16/1903 in Chelsa, Wisconsin, the son of M/M. George Mutz. He lived in the Blue Comm. most of his life. Served in the U.S. Army. SURVIVORS: Wife, Mrs. Vernice Stifflemire Mutz of Taylor; son, Charles Mutz of Houston; brother, Edmond Mutz of Minnesota; sister, Mrs. William Jende of Wisconsin; 2 grandchildren, Charles, Jr. and Lisa Marie Mutz, both of Houston.
MYERS, Jr., Bobbie R. of Thorndale & Milano. Age 31. Died 4/29/1985 (Monday) in Richards Memorial Hospital after a sudden illness. Services held (Sat.) in Goodwill Baptist Church. Burial in the Milano Cemetery. Rev. James Lang officiated. Phillips & Luckey of Rockdale in charge of arrangements. He was BORN 2/18/1954 in Rockdale to the late Bobbie Day Myers, Sr. and Mrs. Eddie Mae Maloy Myers. He had been a Thorndale resident for the past 3 years and a native of Milano. He married Bobbie Joyce Brown on 6/8/1981 in Cameron. SURVIVORS: Wife, Bobbie Joyce Myers of Thorndale; mother, Mrs. Eddie Mae Myers of Milano; grandparents, Eddie and Minnie Maloy; 3 brothers, Larry Myers of Milano, Kenneth Myers of Rockdale and Glen Myers of Milano; 3 sisters, Sara Myers of Rockdale, Virginia Myers of Milano and Vickie Myers of Milano. SS Death Benefit on #459-92-4357.
MYERS, Irene Johnson of Houston. Age (?). Died 11/7/1987 at Twelve Oaks Hospital, Houston. Services held 11/14 at New Hope Baptist Church, Rockdale. (Burial info not listed). Rev. R.O. Watters, interim pastor, presiding and Rev. M.V. Fletcher, pastor of New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, Houston, officiated. She was the daughter of the late M/M. James Johnson of Rockdale and the wife of the late Willie Myers of Milano. SURVIVORS: 5 sisters, Ruth Boney, Mrs. E.M. Collins, Georgia Richards, all of Rockdale, Mable Brumley of Houston, and Cora Whitfield of Waco; brother, James Johnson of Houston; number of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends from Texas, the east and west coasts.
MYNAR, Frank L. of Rockdale. Age 82. Died 9/5/1989 (Tuesday) in Richards Memorial Hospital. Services held 9/7 (Thursday) in the Phillips & Luckey Chapel. Burial in Oak Lawn Cemetery. Minister Adrin Fletcher, of Murray Street Church of Christ, officiated. Phillips & Luckey, Rockdale, in charge of arrangements. He was BORN 6/20/1907 in Burleson Co., to M/M. Paul (Mary Hoyach) Mynar, 1 of 9 children. He was a self-employed carpenter. Married Eura Mae Maddox on 4/11/1936 in Caldwell. Member of above church. He enjoyed hunting and fishing. SURVIVORS: Wife, Eura Mae of Rockdale; 2 sons, Derewood Mynar of Mesquite and Darrell Wayne Mynar of Waco; brother, George Mynar of Bryan; 3 grandchildren, Stacie Marie Mynar, Ernest Sweat and David Sweat.
MYRICK, Mrs. R. L. of Milano. Age 82. Died 8/4/1985 in the Sweetbriar Nursing Home in Brenham. Services held 8/6 (Tuesday) in First Baptist Church in Milano. Burial in Milano Cemetery. Dr. Joe Weldon Bailey officiated. She was BORN 1/2/1903 in Burleson Co., the first-born daughter of Charley J. and Laura Stevenson. She spent most of her life in Milam Co. and worked as a telephone operator in her younger years. Married John G. Myrick on 12/4/1942 in the Methodist Church in Milano. Preceded in death by her parents, her husband, a brother-in-law, Carlos Sloan and 2 sisters, Ruby Gerdes and Leona Sloan. SURVIVORS: 2 nieces, Linda Beran of Deanville and Susie Gerdes of Caldwell; brother-in-law, Collie Gerdes of Caldwell; number of cousins. SS Death Benefit on #450-10-3376 under R. Myrick.
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