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Fern Catherine LeBrasseur
1918 - 2017

Fern LeBrasseur     Fern Catherine LeBrasseur of Muenster, Texas died Tuesday afternoon, December 19, 2017 in North Texas Medical Center in Sherman.
     Survivors are her son, Jon LeBrasseur and his wife Monica of Muenster, Texas and daughter-in-law, Karen LeBrasseur of Middleton, Connecticut. Also, one brother, Harry Smith, Jr. and his wife June of Allegan, Michigan; and three grandchildren: Richard LeBrasseur, Jr. of Denver, Colorado, Andrea LeBrasseur of Centerbrook, Connecticut, and Kristin LeBrasseur of Muenster, Texas.
     Preceding her in death were her husband, Clayton, son, Richard, parents Julia and Harry Smith, brother, Robert and sister, Jane.
    Fern LeBrasseur was born in Phillips, Wisconsin on September 2, 1918. She attended school in Wausau, Wisconsin and upon high school graduation she attended college and became a teacher. A few years later she moved to Nahma, Michigan and began work as a secretary/bookkeeper for Bay de Noquet Lumber Company and there she met her husband Clayton LeBrasseur. Fern married Clayton at San Carlos Mission in Monterey, California on August 29, 1942 before he shipped out to North Africa for WWII.
     Bay de Noquet Lumber Company was sold to American Playground Device where she continued her employment until retirement. Fern and her husband Clayton moved to Escanaba, Michigan where they enjoyed their retirement until she moved to Muenster in 2002. She was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Muenster. Her hobbies included knitting, reading, politics and watching most sports.
     Visitation was at Scott Funeral Home in Muenster on Thursday evening, December 21, with a rosary at 6:00 PM. Mass of Christian Burial was Friday at 10:00 AM at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Muenster, officiated by Rev. Ken Robinson. The First Reading from the Old Testament was given by Linda Sepanski and the Second Reading from the New Testament by Dolores Hofbauer. Offertory gifts of bread and wine were presented by Clayton and Clint Bezner. Sacred music was presented by Christy Hesse, Quinn Sicking and Isaac Davis. Pallbearers were Dale Schilling, Harvey Schmitt, Nolan Hartman, Angela Haley, Katy Bezner and Madison Ladzinski.
     Final committal will be January 5, 2018 at 10:00 AM in Escanaba, Michigan at Garden of Rest Mausoleum. The family has suggested memorials be sent to The Sacred Heart Teacher Sustentation Fund -153 E. Sixth St. Muenster, Texas 76252.
 

 


Debra (Weed) Grewing
1958 - 2017

Debra Grewing     Funeral services for Debra “Debbie” Faye (Weed) Grewing, age 59 of Saint Jo, are set for 10:00 AM, Wednesday, December 6, 2017 at Friendship Church in Saint Jo with Pastor Curt Simmons officiating. Burial will follow in Mountain Park Cemetery in Saint Jo. Visitation will be from 6:00—8:00 PM, Tuesday, December 5, 2017 at the funeral home. Pallbearers are Lynn Henley, Mark Grewing, Bill Grewing, Justin Sutton, Brandon Weed, and Dave Muller. Arrangements are under the direction of Scott Funeral Home in Saint Jo. Debbie passed away Sunday, December 3, 2017 after a hard fight against cancer.
    Debbie was born on September 8, 1958 in Lubbock to Agnes Marie (Schmitt) and Roy Truman Weed. She attended Saint Jo High School later studying cosmetology at Cooke County College. She worked at Fischer’s Meat Market for 14 years where she made many friends.
    Debbie enjoyed spending time with family, playing computer games, sewing, and anything outdoors, especially taking care of all the birds outside. She loved to cook for everyone and was very good at it!
    Debbie was a loving grandmother, wife, daughter, and devoted mother of four children, Misti, Ashlee, David and Randy. She had the biggest heart and always put others before herself.
    Debbie is survived by the love of her life, Don Grewing of Saint Jo; daughters: Misti Moore of Saint Jo and her children, Gary and Gracie Clark; and Ashlee Heller of Decatur, her fiancé, Ryan Hesteande and their daughter, Saylor; Kristin McCoy of Muenster, her husband Jake and their children: Bailey, Martie and Carly; sons: David Heller of Muenster, his wife Mindy and their children: Carter, Braely, and grandbaby number fourteen due in April, and Brandon Grewing of Lindsay, his wife, Abbie, and their children: Jocelyn, Cassidy, Shelby, Leah and Blaise; sister, Gail Marie Boggess of Gainesville; brother, Sonny Weed of Saint Jo, and mother-in-law, Theresa Grewing of Myra. She was preceded in death by her parents and son, Randy Weed.
 

 


Helen Marie (Williamson) Volkman
1933 - 2017

Helen Volkman    Visitation for Helen M. (Williamson) Volkman, age 84 of Forestburg will be held at 1:00 PM, Friday, November 17, 2017 at Scott Funeral Home in Saint Jo. A graveside service will follow at New Harp Cemetery in Forestburg. Mrs. Volkman passed away Thursday, November 16, 2017 in the Sunny Hills Nursing Home in Decatur, TX.
     Helen Marie Williams was born August 25, 1933 in Purdon, TX to Hillary and Ollie Williamson. She married Willie Wayne Volkman on September 10, 1950 in Fort Worth, TX.
     Helen worked for the state of Texas in the Health and Human Services department from 1976 until her retirement in 1995. She loved gardening, sewing and to laugh.
     Helen is survived by her son, Charles Volkman of Forestburg; granddaughters: Niki and Amy Volkman; sister, Verline Broom; and brothers: Gary Joe Volkman and Larue Volkman. She was preceded in death by her husband, Willie Wayne Volkman, parents, Hillary and Ollie Williamson, and her brothers, Jimmy Don and Norman Williamson.

 

 


Thomas (Tommy) N. Thompson
1941 - 2017

Thomas Thompson     Funeral service for Thomas (Tommy) N. Thompson, age 76 of Longview, formerly of Saint Jo, was held 2:00 PM, Sunday, November 12, 2017 at Scott Funeral Chapel in Saint Jo and officiated by Rev. E. Sam Campbell. Burial followed in Mountain Park Cemetery in Saint Jo. A visitation held 12:30—2:00 prior to the funeral. Pallbearers were Johnny Murphree, Roger Teague, Ray Kinnard, LaChrista Fuscaldo, Jearl Teague, and Michael Ball. Arrangements were under the direction of Scott Funeral Home in Saint Jo. Mr. Thompson died Thursday, November 9, 2017.
    Thomas Newell Thompson was born April 23, 1941 in Saint Jo to Newell Walter and Laura (Edwards) Thompson. He grew up in Nocona but lived more than half his life in Longview. Tommy married Carolyn Bailey and they became the parents of three children.
    Tommy was a loving husband and father. He was an entrepreneur that designed and sold packaging and shipping containers. He also did wood working and refinished furniture. He loved to be in the outdoors, fishing, hunting, and trips to the mountains.
    Tommy never met a stranger. He was a great storyteller but you couldn’t always tell if his stories were true or if he was “pulling your leg.” He loved trivia and always had facts to share about any subject. He enjoyed watching sports – especially the Rangers and the Cowboys.
    Tommy is survived by his wife, Carolyn (Bailey) Thompson of Longview; daughters: LaChrista and husband, Gregg Fuscaldo of Euless, and Amy and husband Michael Ball of Denton; two grandchildren: Trinity and Tristan Ball of Denton; his sister, Kay and husband Elton Teague of Nocona and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins. He was preceded in death by his parents, son, Gregory Wayne Thompson, sister, Sue Horner and brothers, Walter Thompson and Jerry Thompson.
 

 


Michael Dwayne Cannon
1959 - 2017
   

Michael Cannon     Funeral service for Michael Dwayne Cannon age 58 of Saint Jo, is set for 2:00 PM, Thursday, November 9, 2017 at the Church of Christ in Saint Jo. Visitation will be held from 6:00—8:00 PM, Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at the funeral home. Arrangements have been entrusted to Scott Funeral Home in Saint Jo. A private family burial will be held at a later date. Pallbearers are Braiden Thomas, Nathan Cannon, Shawn Cannon, Chris Cannon, Bob Sulproze, and Dale Gaston. Mr. Cannon peacefully passed away surrounded by his family and laughter on Saturday, November 4, 2017.
    Michael was born May 11, 1959 to Dwayne and Reva Jo (Hyman) Cannon. After his mother died when he was only one and his father when he was thirteen years old, Michael and his sister went to live with their maternal grandparents and sometimes their Aunt Lynette. He attended Saint Jo High School.
    Michael was married to Marla Bunch for seventeen years and they had five children, Chris, April, Jamie, Julie and Micah. He enjoyed being with all his kids and took them to the movies, fishing, hunting, Six Flags, school shopping and on the road with him in his truck. He was extremely proud of all his children and the achievements they made.
    About five years ago, Michael reconnected with a longtime friend, Susan Macready, and they married on March 13, 2013 in Las Vegas. Susan and Michael loved spending time together gardening, hunting and working on projects. Michael worked at Weber Aircraft, in the oilfield, LTD Aerotech, and was a truck owner operator. He loved to travel the west coast to admire the scenery. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, collecting arrowheads, rocks, and coins, shooting guns and just being outdoors. Michael was a member of the Friendship Church in Saint Jo.
    Michael was diagnosed with lung cancer in November 2016. After his diagnosis, Susan devoted all of her time caring for him until his death. He fought a great fight for the last year with her by his side.
    Michael is survived by his wife, Susan Cannon of Saint Jo; daughters: April and husband, Braiden Thomas of Wichita Falls, Jamie Morrow of Wichita Falls, Julie and husband Jenson O’Neal of Nocona, and Micah and husband, Jose Luna of Montague; son: Chris and wife, Katy Cannon of Saint Jo; stepdaughter: Ingrid and husband, Emilio Vasquez; sister Diane Bouher of Keller; sixteen grandchildren and one great-grandchild. He was preceded in death by his parents, grandson, Aaron Luna, stepson Casey Bilbrey, and his loyal dog of 14 years, Buddy.
 

 


Robert James (RJ) Carroll
1984 - 2017

RJ Carroll     Mass of Christian Burial for Robert James (RJ) Carroll, age 33 of Rowlett, TX is set for 10:00 AM, Thursday, October 19, 2017 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church with Father Ken Robinson officiating. Burial will follow in Sacred Heart Cemetery. Rosary and vigil will be held at 6:00 PM, Wednesday, October 18, 2017 at the funeral home in Muenster. Pallbearers are: Victor Leyva, Cristhian Bardales, Elliot Klement, Aaron Townsend, Robby Bernard, Michael Kostyniak, and Brian Kostyniak. Arrangements have been entrusted to Scott Funeral Home in Muenster. Mr. Carroll died Sunday, October 15, 2017.
    RJ was born on September 28, 1984 in Angeles City, Philippines to Robert Arthur and Estela (Planea) Carroll. The family moved to the United States in 1988. RJ graduated from Richland High School and went on to attain his BS in Aerospace Engineering from University of Texas–Arlington.
In 2009, RJ married Bridgette Klement. They welcomed their first son, Carter James in 2012 and in 2015 their second son, Owen Robert.
    RJ was employed with Lockheed Martin for 10 years. He enjoyed competing in marathons and triathlons. He finished the Ironman in 2014. RJ was a Catholic. After his diagnosis of cancer in 2016, RJ continued to have a positive attitude throughout his fight and was admired for his strength and courage.
    RJ is survived by his wife Bridgette (Klement) Carroll of Rowlett; sons: Carter and Owen Carroll of Rowlett; parents: Robert Arthur and Estela (Planea) Carroll; sisters: Kristina and husband, Victor Leyva of Chicago and Ashley and husband, Cristhian Bardales of Lubbock; grandfather, Primitivo Planea of Philippines; mother-in-law and father-in-law, Leon and Christi Klement of Muenster; sister-in-law, Andrea and husband, Aaron Townsend of Fort Worth; brother-in-law, Elliot and wife, Caitlyn Klement of Muenster; nieces and nephews: Sebastian and David Leyva, Rosemary Bardales, Beckett and Bellamy Townsend, and Karli, Claire, and Kinley Klement. He was preceded in death by his grandparents: Robert Wayne Carroll, Francis Carroll, and Paz Planea.
 

 


Mildred E. (Rainey) Carver
1923 - 2017

Mildred Carver     Graveside service for Mildred E. (Rainey) Carver of Saint Jo, age 94, was held at 2:00 PM, Monday, October 16, 2017 at Mountain Park Cemetery. A visitation was held from 6:00 PM—8:00 PM, Sunday, October 15, 2017 at the funeral home. Arrangements were entrusted to Scott Funeral Home in Saint Jo. Pallbearers were her grandchildren: Jennifer Heart, Angela Long, Melanie Simmons, KC Carver, Jacob Carver, Nola Viducic, Sean Carver, Keri Puente, Colton Carver, Kerrily Carver and Kimberly Verbeck. Mrs. Carver died Friday, October 13, 2017.
    Mildred Rainey was born July 16, 1923 to Cleveland Elmore and Anna Serena (Head) Rainey on farm near Waurika, Oklahoma. When Mildred was a small child, they crossed the Red River in a buckboard wagon and settled close to Byers, TX. Her devotion to God developed in a country church in Riverland.
    Mildred was no stranger to hard work. As a child, she cooked for the family of seven and also picked cotton in the fields. On March 10, 1946, Mildred Rainey married Durward Raymond Carver. Together, they welcomed five children, two of which were twins!
    Mildred’s deep faith was tested when she lost not only a daughter, Jan in 1976, but also a granddaughter, Lucy in 1995. Some of her favorite things were family gatherings, cooking, and the color pink.
    Mildred is survived by: her daughter, Joyce Carver Cain of Arlington; sons: Billy Carver of Dallas, Kenneth and wife, Patricia Carver of Concan, Texas and Jerry and wife, Shawnte Carver of Flower Mound; eleven grandchildren, eighteen great-grandchildren and one great-great grandchild. She was preceded in death by her parents, Cleveland Elmore and Anna Serena (Head) Rainey, daughter, Janice Carver, granddaughter, Lucy Carver, grandson, John Aaron Carver, two sisters and four brothers.

 

 


Eddie "Dee" (Dunn) Cole
1930 - 2017

Dee Cole     Funeral services for Eddie “Dee” (Dunn) Cole, age 87 of Saint Jo were held at 2:00 PM, Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at the Saint Jo Church of Christ with burial following in Mountain Park Cemetery. Visitation was held Tuesday, October 3, 2017 from 5:00 – 7:00 PM at the church. Pallbearers were her grandsons: Mike Chism, Josh Cole, Jared Cole, Nick Cole, Matt Smith, Eric Dennis, Leslie McMahan, Ryan Cole, Bryant Cole, Rodney Currin, and Cesar Olivares. Arrangements were entrusted to Scott Funeral Home in Saint Jo. Mrs. Cole passed away Sunday, October 1, 2017.
     One of nine children, Dee was born June 4, 1930 in Dye Mound, TX to Milton and Sula (Cook) Dunn. She married the love of her life, Clarence E. “Sonny” Cole on October 20, 1948 in Tulia, TX. They were the proud parents of four children. They were both employed at the Saint Jo Tribune in the early 60’s, then later leased it and soon became the owners, and that continues to this day – over 50 years. She continued to work at the Tribune until her health prevented it sometime during 2016. Dee and Sonny helped to organize and were members of a country western band, “The Country Cutups,” for 25 years.
     Although she had many titles in her life, Dee’s most important ones were wife, mother, and Granny (her favorite). She was a faithful member of Saint Jo Church of Christ and a Sunday school teacher. Her favorite occupation was “preacher’s wife.” She was beside her husband, Sonny, every step of the way during his over 50 years of preaching all the while raising their children. He always says without her he could not have done any of it.
     Dee is survived by her husband of 69 years, Clarence E. “Sonny” Cole of Saint Jo, daughters: Judy and husband, Charlie Taylor of Saint Jo and Becky Smith of Saint Jo; sons: Mike and wife, Lynetta Cole of Alvord and Tim and wife Sherry Cole of Fort Worth; thirteen grandchildren; fourteen great-grandchildren; and brother Melvin “Snooks” Dunn of Saint Jo. She was preceded in death by her parents, Milton and Sula (Cook) Dunn; sisters: Betty Martin and Elwanda Dunn; brothers: Jack Dunn, Cruse Dunn, Lynn Maddox, Raymond Maddox, and Frank Dunn; and son-in-law, Ricky Smith.
 

 


Dorothy Mae (Covey) Hampton
1921 - 2017

Dorothy Hampton     Dorothy Mae (Covey) Hampton, age 95 of Montague, TX passed away on Saturday, September 16, 2017. Dorothy was born in Houston, TX on November 11, 1921 to Brooks J and Mary Frances (Walker) Covey. She lived in New Orleans, LA, Oakland, CA, Fort Worth and Dallas TX, but resided in Montague, TX for over 35 years.
     Dorothy graduated from North Dallas High School in 1939 and met her husband Milton Hampton in class. They married in 1942. 
     In her early years, Dorothy shared Milton's love of deer hunting.  She once shot one of the biggest Texas bucks of the year, an 11 pointer weighing 170 pounds, in Laredo Texas. A 250 yard shot from the top of a car into a clearing in the brush. Dorothy had many hobbies which included: gardening, cooking, crocheting and the country way of life. She had a green thumb with raising African Violets, Day Lilies, Aloe Vera and Iris.
     She greatly affected the lives of her grandchildren by teaching them to cook, swim, and enjoy the great outdoors in Montague. 
     Dorothy is survived by her grandchildren: Renee Lorenz of Dallas, Kerrie and Jay Gerrie of Austin, Kelly and Amy Hampton of Southlake, Lisa Medina and fiancé Lloyd Durocher of Frisco, nine great-grandchildren, one great-great-grandchild, and nieces and nephew: Martha Benoy of Celina, Betty Ann Bonneau of Richardson, and Alan Cypert of Dallas. She was preceded in death by her husband, Milton Hampton, parents, Brooks J. and Mary Frances (Walker) Covey; son, Kenneth Hampton, grandson, James Hampton, and sisters: Mary Nell (Covey) Chancey and Ruth (Covey) Cypert.
     Visitation will be 1:00 – 2:00 PM Tuesday, September 19, 2017 at Scott Funeral Home in Saint Jo, TX. Graveside service will be at 2:30 PM Tuesday, September 19, 2017 at Montague Cemetery with Rev. E. Sam Campbell officiating. Arrangements have been entrusted to Scott Funeral Home in Saint Jo.
 

 


Isabel "Sis" (Schmitz) Klement
1925 - 2017
Sis Klement     Mass of Christian Burial for Isabel “Sis” (Schmitz) Klement, age 92 of Muenster, was held at 10:30 AM, Monday, September 4, 2017 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Muenster with Father Ken Robinson officiating. Burial followed in Sacred Heart Cemetery. Rosary and Vigil was held at 6:00 PM, Sunday, September 3, 2017 also at the church. Arrangements were entrusted to Scott Funeral Home in Muenster. Pallbearers were: Chris Danglemayr, Darren Klement, Brian “Bubba” Klement, Adam Bayer, Coy Fisher, Jeannene Bayer, Kimberly Charles, James Klement, Trevor Muller, Jonathan Otto, Dalana Chism, Sydney Huchton, and Kyle Klement. Mrs. Klement passed away Friday, September 1, 2017.
    Isabel “Sis” Marie (Schmitz) Klement was born January 14, 1925 in Lindsay, Texas to Theodore H. and Pauline (Leorwald) Schmitz. She was a devoted mother, grandmother, and friend to all she knew. She was a homemaker that enjoyed gardening with her husband, baking and canning, sewing, and feeding “her red birds.” She was also proud of her blue bonnets, helping her become Yard of the Month for April 2017. She also enjoyed collecting bells and family photos. She was born in Lindsay, Texas, attended Saint Peter’s Church, and later graduated from Lindsay High school in 1942. Sis married Anthony “Tony” Joseph Klement on August 19, 1943, and then became the mother of fifteen. She has been a member of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church after moving to Muenster. She also was a lifetime member of the Saint Ann’s Society and VFW auxiliary.
    Sis is survived by her daughters: Patsy and Paul Dangelmayr of Muenster, Joyce Bayer of Muenster, Janet and Willie Fisher of Muenster, Alice Walterscheid of Muenster, Diane and Dave Muller of Muenster, Darlene and Don Abney of Saint Jo, Marlene and Giles Walterscheid of Moss Lake, and Peachie and Neil Huchton of Muenster; sons: Ruth Klement (wife of Pat) of Muenster, Robert F. Klement of Muenster , Roy and Carol Klement of Muenster, Steve and Dianna Klement of Muenster, Kevin Klement of Muenster, and Gary Don Klement and life partner Charles Cummings of Gainesville; forty-three grandchildren, eighty-eight great-grandchildren; and five great great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband of 70 years, Anthony Joseph Klement, parents, Theodore H. and Pauline (Leorwald) Schmitz, sons: Patrick “Pat” Anthony Klement and James “Jim” Eugene Klement; sons-in-law: Kenny Walterscheid and Tom Bayer; sister, Louise (Schmitz) Horn, brothers: Lawrence “Bigun” Schmitz, Francis “Cotton” Schmitz, Edgar “Pat” Schmitz, Eugene “Beans” Schmitz, Harold “Runt” Schmitz; and granddaughter, Stephanie Huchton.
    The family requests in lieu of flowers donations be made to the Muenster Volunteer Fire Department, Sacred Heart Catholic Church, or Muenster Jaycees.

 

 


Mary Nell (Lawson) Mosley
1924 - 2017

Mary Nell Mosley    Funeral service for Mary Nell (Lawson) Mosley, age 92 of Saint Jo is set for 2:00 PM, Tuesday, August 22, 2017 at First Baptist Church in Saint Jo with Pastor Larry Eberhart officiating. Burial will follow in Mountain Park Cemetery. Viewing will be 1:00—2:00 PM at the church prior to the service. Arrangements were entrusted to Scott Funeral Home in Saint Jo. Pallbearers are: Dick Crist, Kyle Russell, Brandon Bayer, Craig Lawson, Sam Knipling, Jim Raymond, Jerry Raymond, and Doug Gaston. Honorary pallbearers are her classmates: Quinton Conyers, Cooper Price and Gerald Boyd. Mrs. Mosley passed away Saturday, August 19, 2017.
    Mary Nell was born in Saint Jo on November 4, 1924 to Virgil R. and Katie Lee (Hall) Lawson. She graduated from Saint Jo High School and became a beautician. Mary Nell married the love of her life, Coy Mosley, on December 29, 1945 at First Baptist Church in Saint Jo. They were the proud parents of two daughters. She was a long time member of the First Baptist Church.
    Mary Nell is survived by her daughters: Rebecca Harris of Saint Jo and Jeaton and husband, Roger Russell of Nocona; grandchildren: Holly Harris-Bayer and husband, Brandon Bayer of Lindsay and Kyle Russell of Stephenville; and three great-grandchildren: Macy Bayer, Maverick Bayer and Tennyson Bayer all of Lindsay. She was preceded in death by her parents, Virgil R. and Katie Lee (Hall) Lawson, husband of 69 years, Coy Mosley, son-in-law, Prentis L. “Van” Harris, brothers: J.B. Lawson and Alonzo Lawson, and her sister, Frances (Lawson) Raymond.

 

 


Linda F. Vogel
1946 - 2017

Linda F. Vogel     Mass of Christian Burial for Linda F. Vogel, age 70 of Muenster, was held at 10:00 AM, Saturday, August 12, 2017 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church with Father Ken Robinson officiating. Burial followed in Sacred Heart Cemetery. Rosary was held at 9:00 AM, Saturday at the church. Pallbearers were Keith Vogel, Alan Hudspeth, Chance Cameron, Matt Doggett, Kevin Fuhrmann, and Scott Hudspeth. Arrangements were entrusted to Scott Funeral Home in Muenster. Mrs. Vogel died Monday, August 7, 2017.
    Linda Francis (Dickerson) Vogel was born November 6, 1946 to Roger and Ruth (Clark) Dickerson in Monahans, Texas. She graduated from Gainesville High School and later attended classes at Cooke County College. She married James Vogel on February 8, 1969 in Sacred Heart Catholic Church.
    Linda worked at Muenster Memorial Hospital and the Gainesville Post Office. While her children were growing up, she kept busy planning Cub Scout activities with Shawn and shopping at Small Fry in Denton with Misty and Tracy. During the summers, the family made trips to the beaches of Texas and across the United States. She had a love/hate relationship with the Dallas Cowboys (depending on how the season was going.) Some of the families most memorable moments were during domino games with the family. She was passionate about gardening, flowers, birds and reading. She loved to attend the school and sporting events of her grandchildren. Linda took daily walks with her dogs and socialized with her neighbors and she enjoyed trips to Walmart and the hair/nail salon.
    Linda is survived by her husband, James Vogel of Muenster; daughters: Misty and husband, Richard Cameron of Southmayd, Texas and Tracy and husband, Larry Westbrook of Collinsville, TX; son: Shawn and wife, Jennifer Vogel of Saint Jo; seven grandchildren: Chance, Tony and Richie Cameron, Chasity and husband, Matt Doggett, Collin and Logan Westbrook and Jessica Vogel; three great-grandchildren: Aspyn Doggett, Elizabeth and Aubree Cameron and cousin, Pam and Charlie Payne of Frisco. She was preceded in death by her parents, Roger and Ruth (Clark) Dickerson; aunts: Delpha “Sissy” Dickerson and Frances Huffaker; and grandmother “GaGa.”
    The family requests in lieu of flowers donations be made to Camp Sweeney, P.O. Box 918, Gainesville, TX 76241 or Noah’s Ark SPCA, P.O. Box 405, Gainesville, Texas 76241.
 

 

 


Alta J. (Cleere) Luskie
1943 - 2017

Alta Luskie     Alta (Cleere) Luskie, age 74 of Era, Texas, passed away after a lengthy illness on Thursday, August 3, 2017.
     Graveside services were held Saturday, August 5, 2017 at Era Cemetery. Pallbearers were Todd A. Nelson, Brady D. Nelson, Leroy M. Tafoya, and Steve F. Klement. Arrangements were entrusted to Scott Funeral Home in Muenster.
     Alta was born April 24, 1943 to Earl and Bertha (Bird) Cleere in Shawnee, OK. Her family later moved to Scott City, KS where she graduated from high school. Later in life, she attended college at North Texas for accounting. On June 24, 1972 she married David Luskie. Alta retired from Denton State School where she worked for over 40 years.
     Alta enjoyed baking, playing cards and dominoes and crocheting. She loved to do demolition derby with the cars her two children would paint and decorate for her. She also loved to spend time with her family and friends when she wasn’t traveling on an adventure with her husband.
     Alta is survived by her husband, David Luskie of Era, TX; daughter, Stephanie J. Tafoya of Holcomb, KS; son, Todd A. Nelson of Buhler, KS; six grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; sisters: Imogene Dean of Wichita, KS, Anna Herr of Muenster, TX, Charlotte and husband, Bobby Powell of Colwich, KS; and brother, Alvis Cleere of Shawnee, OK. She was preceded in death by her parents, Earl and Bertha (Bird) Cleere, daughter-in-law, Susan Nelson, son-in-law, Leroy D. Tafoya, brother, Alvin Beryl Cleere, Sister-in-law, Pat Cleere, and brothers-in-law, Bland Dean and Richard “Fuzzy” Herr.

 

 


Linda Carol (Landers) Bell
1943 - 2017

Linda Bell     Linda C. (Landers) Bell, age 74 of Saint Jo passed away peacefully in the hospital surrounded by family on Thursday, July 13, 2017. One of the ten children born to William Robert and Alma Dixie (Galmor) Landers, she was born at home in Forestburg, TX on June 18, 1943. After graduating from Forestburg High School in 1961, she went on to be a cosmetologist and instructor at Gene Praters Beauty School in Fort Worth.
     Linda married her high school sweetheart and love of her life, Homer M. Bell, on July 21, 1962. They were the proud parents of three children.
     Linda is survived by her daughters: Tina Bell of Saint Jo, and Janell and husband, David Clark of Bonham, TX; four grandchildren: Micheal and wife Kayla Mullins of Bowie, TX; Mason Clark of Bonham, TX; Travis and wife, Laura Benson of Saint Jo, TX; Bryanna and fiancé Anthony Braatz of Denton, TX; five great grandchildren: Paxton, Weiand, and Weslynn Mullins, Ellis Benson, and Zein Braatz. She was preceded in death by her husband, Homer M. Bell, infant son, Baby Boy Bell, her parents, William Robert and Alma Dixie (Galmor) Landers and her six brothers and three sisters.
     Funeral service for Linda is set for 2:00 PM, Sunday, July 16, 2017 at Landmark Missionary Baptist Church with Rev. Ricky Kerr officiating. Burial will follow in Montague Cemetery. Pallbearers are: Micheal Mullins, Travis Benson, David Clark, Mason Clark, Anthony Braatz, Jimmy Simmons, and Brandon Firkins. Visitation will be from 6:00—8:00 PM, Saturday, July 15, 2017 at the funeral home. Arrangements have been entrusted to Scott Funeral Home in Saint Jo.

 

 


Richard Herr
1943 - 2017
   

Richard "Fuzzy" Herr    Richard “Fuzzy” Bernard Herr, age 74 of Muenster passed away on Sunday, July 9, 2017.
Funeral service will be held at 5:00 PM, Thursday, July 13, 2017 at Scott Funeral Chapel in Muenster. Services will be officiated by Rev. Ricky Kerr. Burial will follow in Resthaven Cemetery in Gainesville. A visitation will be held from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM Wednesday, July 12, 2017 at the funeral home in Muenster. Rosary will be held at 4:00 PM, Thursday, July 13, 2017 at the funeral home. Pallbearers are Brad Webster, James Klement, Charlie Davis, Jacob Schmidlkofer, HR Herr, and Andy Herr. Arrangements have been entrusted to Scott Funeral Home in Muenster.
    Fuzzy, as his family and friends called him, was born May 19, 1943 in Muenster to John and Ursula Sophia (Koelzer) Herr. He was raised Catholic at Sacred Heart where he was a Mass server. After the death of his first wife, he continued making his home in Muenster. On December 28, 1974, he married Anna (Cleere) Webster. He worked for the MKT railroad, Johnson Motor Co., Jimmy Jack Bifle, the “cheese plant” and retired from the city of Muenster.
    Fuzzy loved fishing and gardening. He was an avid reader of newspapers and books and enjoyed all types of puzzles. Fuzzy loved to sit on the porch or in his garage and listen to the Texas Rangers ballgame on the radio. Fuzzy was a loving husband and father who was very proud of all of his family.
    He has gone now to find peace and is surrounded by love as he makes his journey.
    Fuzzy is survived by his: wife, Anna (Cleere) Webster Herr of Muenster; daughters: Dianna and husband Steve Klement of Muenster, Pat and husband Todd Davis of Pampa, TX, and Rose and husband William Schmidlkofer of Bedford, TX; sons: Fray and wife Nancy Webster of Colleyville, TX, Johnny and wife Eve Herr of Nolanville, TX, and Jimmy and wife, Jamie Herr of Saginaw, TX; sisters: Ann Bengfort of Lindsay, TX, and Pat and husband Jimmy Brown of Checotah, OK; twenty-two grandchildren and fourteen great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, John and Ursula Sophia (Koelzer) Herr, first wife, Joyce (Rumley) Herr, sisters: Jean Brown, Theresa Pettigrew, and Alma Marr; and his brother, John Michael Herr.
 

 


Kenneth B. Weatherford
1928 - 2017

Kenneth Weatherford    Kenneth B. Weatherford, 89, of Midland, Texas, passed away on July 6, 2017.
    Kenneth was born in rural Lubbock County on February 19, 1928 to Marvin and Velma Weatherford.  He graduated from Breckenridge High School in 1946.  Kenneth joined the Army the same year, serving in post-war Japan.  He was discharged in 1947 and obtained the rank of Sergeant.  He married Evelyn Mitchell on February 10, 1951 and their family grew to include 2 sons, Wayne and Randy.
    After working in the oil industry on a seismograph crew, Kenneth joined the Borden Milk Company in 1956.  He began his employment in home delivery in Odessa, Texas and worked his way to General Manager, retiring in 1989.  Over the years with Borden’s, Kenneth and Evelyn lived in Midland, Phoenix, Ft. Worth, New Orleans and Little Rock.
    An avid sports and outdoorsman, Kenneth enjoyed playing and watching football, baseball, golf and anything hunting and fishing.  His sons and grandchildren made many special memories of their times together.
    Kenneth is preceded in death by his wife of 49 years Evelyn, his parents, sister Sherry Ann, brother Marvin, and great-grandson Trenton.
    Kenneth is survived by his sisters Gloria Stephenson of Midland, TX and Bernadyne Weatherford of Atlantic City, NJ, son Wayne (Mary) of Joplin, Mo, son Randy (Lenea) also of Midland and his grandchildren: Kenneth (Trisha) of Midland, James (Kayla) of Beaverton, OR, Matthew (Leah) of Big Spring, TX, and Callie (Mark Reams) of Midland.  He also leaves a legacy of 8 great-grandchildren, brother and sisters-in-law as well as numerous nieces, nephews and friends to remember him.
    Visitation will be held at Scott Funeral Home, Saint Jo, Texas, on Friday, July 14, 2017, 6:00-8:00 PM.
    Graveside service will be held at Buffalo Springs Cemetery on Saturday, July 15, 2017, 10:00 AM with Scott Funeral Home handling funeral arrangements. Following the graveside service, the family will be gathering for lunch at Spicy Mexico Restaurant (206 E. Wise St, Bowie, TX 76230).
    In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, P. O. Box 8249, Missoula, MT  59807.
    The family wishes to extend their gratitude to all those who knew and cared for Kenneth at Manor Park, HGM Assisted Living and the Mabee Unit Rehab.  The kindness extended to Kenneth will remain in our hearts.

 

 


Cheryl "Sherrie" (Hess) Garcia
1965 - 2017

Sherrie Garcia     Memorial Mass for Cheryl “Sherrie” (Hess) Garcia, age 52 of Sanger, was held at 10:00 AM, Monday, July 10, 2017 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church with Father Ken Robinson officiating. Rosary was held at 6:00 PM, followed by a vigil at 6:30 PM on Sunday, July 9, 2017 at the funeral home. All services were under the direction of Scott Funeral Home in Muenster. Ms. Garcia died Wednesday, July 5, 2017.
    Cheryl Renee Hess was born on April 2, 1965 to Leo and Mary Lou (Vogel) Hess in Dallas. She began her schooling at St. Cicilia’s until the family moved to Muenster in her second grade year where she enrolled in Sacred Heart Catholic School. After the 8th grade, Sherrie went to Muenster Public School and graduated in 1983.
    Sherrie married Andy Garcia, Jr. in 1983 and they became the proud parents of Kacie Nicole. She worked at Weber Aircraft in the 80’s and 90’s until she found her true calling to serve others in the nursing field of phlebotomy.
    Two years after her mother Mary Lou passed away, Sherrie married Darren Beaudin on July 15, 2006. Although they divorced after seven years of marriage, they had recently rekindled their love. One of Sherrie’s proudest moments was when she became a grandma – or as she liked to be called “Gammie.”
    Sherrie had many trials and tribulations over the years. In 2016, she was lucky to have caught and beat breast cancer thanks to early detection and was confirmed to be in remission as of April 2017. But some of the roughest times in her life were dealing with depression and alcoholism. She had a strong support group, and another extended family, in her AA friends in Gainesville and Denton.
She fought the fight, she ran her race, and went home to the Lord and her Savior Jesus Christ…she is with her mother again and is finally at peace.
    Sherrie is survived by her: daughter and son-in-law, Kacie and husband, Dusti Etter of Lindsay; grandchildren: Leo and Dusti Lou Etter of Lindsay; father, Leo Hess of Muenster; brother, Brian and wife, Danna Hess of Muenster; and nieces: Erin and Halle Hess of Muenster. She was preceded in death by her mother Mary Lou (Vogel) Hess.
   
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in honor of Sherrie to Muenster Jaycees or the Gainesville AA Anchor Group. 

 

 


Nancy Klein
1946 - 2017

Nancy Klein     A memorial service for Nancy Klein, age 70, was held at 1:00 PM, Thursday, June 22, 2017 at Scott Funeral Home in Muenster.
    Nancy Klein was born July 7, 1946 to Benard and Henrietta Klein in Hoboken, New Jersey. She went peacefully to be with the Lord, Tuesday, June 20, 2017 at the hospital in Gainesville.
    Nancy held many jobs throughout her life ranging from factories to care giving positions. She faithfully attended her Lutheran church. She enjoyed filling her life with an array of pets and animals, her grandchildren and her children.
    She is survived by her children: Floyd and his wife Tammy Truebenbach of Muenster; Vicki and husband, Roger Polson of Mansfield, and Charles Truebenbach of Garland; four grandchildren: Garrett and Avery Truebenbach, and Hope and Logan Polson. She is preceded in death by her son, Christopher Truebenbach and her parents, Benard and Henrietta Klein.

 

 


Shirley Adel (Holt) Keener
1939 - 2017

Shirley Keener    Funeral service for Shirley (Holt) Keener, age 77 of Saint Jo is set for 10:00 AM, Saturday, June 17, 2017 at Scott Funeral Home in Saint Jo. Burial will be held at a later date. Services are under the direction of Scott Funeral Home in Saint Jo. Mrs. Keener died Wednesday, June 14, 2017.

 

 

 

 

 


Chancey Elmer "Junior" Dunn, Jr.
1938 - 2017

Junior Dunn    Funeral service for Chancey Elmer “Junior” Dunn, Jr. formerly of Saint Jo, is set for 10:00 AM, Friday, June 16, 2017 at First United Methodist Church in Saint Jo. Burial will follow in Dye Mound Cemetery outside of Saint Jo. A visitation will be from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Thursday, June 15, 2017 at the funeral home. All services are under the direction of Scott Funeral Home in Saint Jo.
    Chancey Elmer Dunn Jr., known to many simply as Junior, passed away peacefully on Saturday, June 10, 2017 at the Beehive Homes of Lewisville at the age of 78.
    Born on August 17, 1938 to Chancey Elmer and Mary (Wilson) Dunn in Montague County, Chancey was raised in Forestburg and Saint Jo. As the youngest of ten children, he had fond memories of being raised on the family farm with his seven sisters and two brothers. After graduating high school, Chancey earned a Master’s degree in Industrial Arts from the University of North Texas. He married Joan Smith on December 23, 1966 and was a loving and devoted husband for fifty years. Chancey spent most of his career working for H-E-B ISD, first as a teacher and then as the Director of Maintenance. After his retirement in June of 2000, he enjoyed gardening and sharing the bounty of his harvest with family, friends, and neighbors. He delighted in watching the critters along the creek that ran through his backyard, and making sure that the birds, fish, and turtles were well fed. Chancey was an avid carpenter and could build or fix anything. He was kind and generous and always willing to help with a project.
    Father to Kari Frederick and Stacy Dunn, Chancey always offered sound advice and a loving heart. He insured that his family had everything that they needed and offered to help any time that he could. He had three grandsons, Taylor Frederick, Austin Dunn, and Chase Dunn who loved their “Pop” and looked forward to the breakfasts that he would cook. Chancey also adored his nieces and nephews and looked forward to opportunities to catch up with family members.
    Pop, we will always carry your memory in our hearts. Special thanks to the staff at the Beehive Homes of Lewisville for the loving care they provided to Chancey during the last year. We are forever grateful for everything you did to make him feel at home.
    Chancey is survived by daughter, Kari and husband Aaron Frederick of Argyle, stepson, Stacy Dunn of Mansfield; grandsons: Taylor Frederick of Argyle, and Austin and Chase Dunn of Mansfield; sisters: Jo Whaley of North Richland Hills, Nell Polson of Fort Worth, and Peggy Gregory of Flower Mound. He was preceded in death by his parents, C.E. and Mary (Wilson) Dunn, sisters: Loree Bruns, Alice VonRee, Virginia Massey, Mary Faye Lawler; and brothers: HA Dunn and Buddy Dunn.
    Pallbearers are: Hal Hickerson, Andy Wilks, Taylor Frederick, Bobby Bruns, Mark Taylor, and Mike Whaley.

 

 


Arturo Talamantes
1952 - 2017
Arturo Talamantes Lopez    Arturo Talamantes Lopez, 65 of Saint Jo, Texas, went to be with the Lord on Saturday, June 10, 2017, in Fort Worth, Texas.
    A family visitation was held Monday, June 11, 2017, at 6 pm at Scott Funeral Home in Saint Jo, Texas. A Rosary was held at 7pm following family visitation. The family also received visitors Tuesday from 10 am to 4 pm at Scott Funeral Home. A burial service will be held at a later date.
    Arturo was born April 20, 1952, in Zaragoza, Mexico to Arturo Talamantes and Severiana Lopez. He remained in Mexico until his 30s and then settled in Texas the remainder of his time. He married Angela Saucedo on November 21, 1987, in Aubrey, Texas.
    Arturo enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. There are no words to express how much he loved his family. He loved them more than anything and would do whatever was necessary to defend and protect those he loved. Arturo was a very kind, helpful person who would give the shirt off his back, his last drink of water, or his last bite of food to anyone he thought needed it more than him. He had a great sense of humor and enjoyed making others laugh. He was usually the center of attention and took pride in making others happy. He will be greatly missed by family and friends.
    He is survived by his wife, Angela of Saint Jo; daughters: Norma Rodriguez and husband, Humberto of Sanger, Texas, Martha Garcia and husband, Jesus Vite, of Saint Jo, Texas, Patricia Ruiz Talamantes and husband, Eleazar Ruiz, of Alvord, Texas and Berenice Talamantes of Saint Jo, Texas; sons: Sergio Talamantes and wife, Angela of Alvord, Texas, Jose Talamantes of Zaragoza, Mexico, Valentin Talamantes, Manuel Talamantes of Decatur, Texas; brother Jesus Talamantes and wife, Domitila Ezcajeda of Banderas, Texas; and sister Guadalupe Talamantes Lopez of San Antonio, Texas; 16 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren.
    Arturo is preceded in death by his parents and brothers, Pedro Talamantes and Jose Talamantes.

 

    In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials be sent to Scott Funeral Home, PO Box 327, Saint Jo, TX 76265, to help cover costs of final arrangements.

 

 


Barbara Thompson - PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE IN SERVICE TIME

Barbara Thompson Funeral service for Barbara Thompson, age 73 of Saint Jo, are set for 10:00 AM, Wednesday, June 14, 2017 at Landmark Missionary Baptist Church. Burial will follow in Mountain Park Cemetery. A visitation will be held from 6:00—8:00 PM, Tuesday, June 13, 2017 at the funeral home. All services are under the direction of Scott Funeral Home in Saint Jo.
    Barbara Jean (Van Zandt) Thompson began her new life in heaven Saturday, June 8, 2017. She was the only daughter of Edd and Bessie (Reeves) Van Zandt.
    Following graduation from Saint Jo High School, Barbara began working at the Saint Jo Boot Co. After its closing she worked for Russell Newman Garment Factory in Saint Jo followed by the Nocona Boot Company and Nocona Belt Company all the while making many new friends. For many years she had a large garden and canned many quarts of fruits and vegetables each summer for her family.
    On July 22, 1971, Barbara married Neal Thompson and on January 15, 1986, they were blessed with twin boys, Wesley Edward and William Neal. Her favorite companion was her dog, Goose. She loved to fish and being with her family and friends but she especially loved being a mother and grandmother. Barbara attended Landmark Missionary Baptist Church in Saint Jo, Texas.
    Barbara is survived by one son, Wesley of the home and one granddaughter, Sadie Jean Thompson of Myra, Texas, and sister-in-law, Verna Millard of Amarillo, Texas. She was preceded in death by her husband, Neal P Thompson, son, William Thompson, her parents, Edd and Bessie (Reeves) Van Zandt, and brother, Jack Van Zandt.
    Pallbearers are: Ethan Thompson, Robert Thompson, John Carruth, Nick Reeves, Thomas Reeves, John Marple, Marty Reeves, and Martin Reeves. Honorary pallbearers are: Riggin Ray Garrett, Brady Bohl, Ancil Thurman, Nobel Coker, Joe T. Thompson, Lester Boyd, Jack Coker, Tommy Reeves, Eddie Joe Reeves, Charles Reeves, Kenneth Hutson, and Clint Thurman.

 

 


Orville Richard Corley
1939 - 2017

Richard Corley     Funeral Services for Orville Richard Corley, age 78 of Saint Jo are set for 2:00 PM, Tuesday, June 6, 2017 at Saint Jo Church of Christ. Burial will follow in Mountain Park Cemetery in Saint Jo. Family night will be held from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at the funeral home in Saint Jo. All services are under the direction of Scott Funeral Home.
    Orville Richard Corley went to be with our Lord early Saturday morning June 3, 2017. Richard was born January 1, 1939, on a farm south of Lindsay, TX to Orville and Nell Corley. Richard worked with his dad driving for Corley Tank Trucks, he then went into business with his father starting Corley & Son Gear Jammers where he drove a truck cross country. Richard also enjoyed building and racing cars. Richard married Marjorie Ellen Pembroke on June 30, 1957. They had four children.
    Richard is survived by his wife Marjorie Corley of Saint Jo; children: Debbie Nations and husband Sam of Paris, TX, Richard Corley and wife Kathy of Saint Jo, Allen Corley and wife Darla of Saint Jo, and Renee Conner and husband Ralph of Saint Jo; grandchildren: Melissa Reed and Orion Nations of Paris, Ross Embry and wife Brittany of Colorado Springs, CO, J.W. Riley and wife Stacey of Rhome, TX, Kent Benson of Wichita Falls, TX, Trevor Conner and Kandace Fullerton of Saint Jo, and Jordan Paz and husband Manny of Pembroke Pines, FL. and several great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and cousins.
    Richard was preceded in death by his father Orville, mother Nell, sisters Joyce and Marie.
    Pallbearers are: Wayne Moore, Arnold Dennis, John Halley, Don Reed, Kent Benson, Orion Nations, J.W. Riley, and Chris Gardner. Honorary pallbearers are Ross Embry and Trevor Conner.
 

 


Cal York
1999 - 2017

Cal York    Funeral service for John Calvin “Cal” York, age 17 of Muenster is set for 1:30 PM, Thursday May 25, 2017 at Muenster ISD Competition Gym in Muenster. Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery in Bowie, TX at 4:00 PM. The family is being cared for by Scott Funeral Home in Muenster.
    John Calvin York was born on September 12, 1999, in Wichita Falls, TX. He passed away May 20, 2017. Cal lived in Bowie until 2004 when his family moved to Whitney, TX. He attended Pre-K through 5th grade at Whitney ISD and loved his Wildcat friends. Cal then attended 6th grade in Hillsboro with his awesome Eagle buddies. Another move took the York family to West, TX, where Cal completed 7th and 8th grade with his Trojan family. A final move brought Cal to Muenster, TX for his freshman, sophomore, and junior years where he became a very proud Hornet. Cal was an avid basketball player and loved to be on the court. In the summers, Cal attempted to be a snow cone maker.
    He is survived by his parents John and Jodie (Cantwell) York; sister, Jaycie York; grandparents, John and Carol York and Jerry and Carolyn Cantwell; uncles: Rowdy Cantwell, Rayce Cantwell, John Paul Heath, and Jakus White; aunts: Shelly Cantwell and Jennifer York; 1st cousin: Josh Heath and many beloved great aunts, great uncles, and beloved cousins. Cal was preceded in death by his great grandparents, James and Barbara Barron, Harvey and Josephine Doris, Robert and Berniece Cantwell, and George and Ruby Allen.
    Pallbearers are: John Weger, Clay Stevens, Logan Cook, Bryce Herr, Blake Hoepfner, Blayne Jones, Mathew Porter, Billy Felderhoff, Michael Moseley, Kane Tamplin, Kody Walterscheid, Major Eldridge, and Danny Luttmer. Honorary Pallbearers are: C.T. Trubenbach, Max Herr, Sam Hesse, and Brad Henscheid.

 

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to establish a scholarship in Cal’s name.

Please make checks payable to:  

    Muenster ISD Education Foundation/Cal York Scholarship

Mail checks to:
    Cal York Scholarship Fund
    Muenster ISD Education Foundation
    P.O. Box 608
    Muenster, TX 76252

 


Joseph Bohl
1930 - 2017

Joseph Bohl     Mass of Christian Burial for Joseph Bohl, age 87 of Muenster is set for 10:00 AM, Friday, May 26, 2017 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church with Father Ken Robinson officiating. Burial will follow in Sacred Heart Cemetery. A vigil will be held at 7:00 PM, Thursday, May 25, 2017 at the funeral home. All services are under the direction of Scott Funeral Home in Muenster. Mr. Bohl died Sunday, May 21, 2017.
    In 1930, Joe Bohl entered life as Depression-Era baby being one of twelve siblings of a North Dakota farming family.  Life was hard growing up on the farm which had no electrical power until 1946, so eventually, Joe had to drop out of school in 8th grade to help work the family farm. 
    In addition to working on the family farm, Joe was musically gifted and could play many percussion, wind, and string instruments.  He played drums for the North Dakota Ramblers band on weekends throughout the region until joining the Army in 1951.  After leaving the army, he settled in Denver, Colorado in 1960 and worked in construction until he retired. After surviving lymphoma cancer in 2005, he relocated to Texas to live with his daughter and later, his son.  His hobbies included hunting, fishing, dancing, and teaching the Polka to anyone who wanted to learn!
    Joseph is survived by his daughters: Linda Bohl of Milton, FL and Susan and husband, Dell Bryant of North Richland Hills, TX; son, Greg Bohl of Muenster, TX; four grandchildren; sisters: Margaret Williamson of Pensacola, FL, Theresa Burnworth of Oklahoma City, OK, and Barbara Recktenwald of San Diego, CA; brothers: Peter Bohl, and Fran Bohl of Fort Benton, MT. He was preceded in death by his parents, Xavier and Magdalena (Axtmann) Bohl, sisters: Mary Boehm, Magdalena Schmidt, and Amelia Duey; brothers: Nick Bohl, Frank Bohl, Louis Bohl, and Andy Bohl.
    Pallbearers were: B.B. Bruns, Spencer Lowry, Del Bryant, Stan Buckmire, Adam Bohl, and Robert.
 

 


Roy William Lawler
1925 - 2017

Roy Lawler     Funeral service for Roy Lawler, age 91 of Saint Jo were held at 2:00 PM, Saturday, May 13, 2017 at First United Methodist Church in Saint Jo and officiated by Rev. Larry Coleman and Rev. E. Sam Campbell. Burial followed in Mountain Park Cemetery in Saint Jo. Services were under the direction of Scott Funeral Home in Saint Jo. Mr. Lawler died Thursday, May 11, 2017.
    Roy William Lawler was born November 12, 1925 to Carroll (A.C.) and Pearl (Lawson) Lawler. He was one of their five children. Roy married the love of his life, Mary Faye Dunn on February 9, 1947. They were the proud parents of one son, Roy William Lawler, Jr.
    Roy served his country in the United States Navy during World War II achieving the rank of Pharmacist’s Mate, Third Class. After his honorable discharge from the Navy in 1946, Roy returned home to become a partner in the family business, Lawler Food Store, with his father and brother, Cecil. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Saint Jo. Roy enjoyed watching sports, especially the Dallas Cowboys and the Texas Rangers.
    Roy is survived by his nephew, Kenneth Lawler and wife, Sandra of Justin, TX; sisters-in-law: Jo Whaley of North Richland Hills, Nell Polson of Fort Worth, and Peggy Gregory of Flower Mound; and brother-in-law, Chancey Dunn of Flower Mound. He was preceded in death by his wife, Mary Fae (Dunn) Lawler, son, Roy William (Bill) Lawler, Jr., parents, Carroll (A.C.) and Pearl (Lawson) Lawler; brothers: Cecil Lawler and Floyd Lawler, and sisters Lois Lawler and Rosa Tucker.
    Pallbearers were: Randy Brown, Terry Dunn, Mike Brown, Mike Whaley, Christian Boyd, and Ross Picquet. Honorary pallbearers were: Kenneth Lawler, Melvin Dunn, Cooper Price, Quentin Conyers and friends from the Dairy Queen Round Table.

 

 


Nicholas "Nick" Phillip Flusche
1990 - 2017

Nick Flusche     Mass of Christian Burial for Nicholas Phillip Flusche, age 26, is set for 10:30 AM, Wednesday, May 10, 2017 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church with Father Ken Robinson officiating. Burial will follow in Sacred Heart Cemetery. Rosary will be held at 6:30 PM followed by the Vigil at 7:00 PM, Tuesday, May 9, 2017 both at the church. All services are under the direction of Scott Funeral Home in Muenster. Mr. Flusche died Wednesday, May 3, 2017.
    Nick was born August 10, 1990 in Bridgeport, TX to Phillip and Brenda (Krahl) Flusche. He was the oldest of their seven children. The Flusches lived in Decatur, TX for eight years, in Gainesville, TX for one year, and moved to Muenster, TX in May of 1995. Nicholas began his elementary education at Sacred Heart Catholic School in 1995. He attended Sacred Heart through fifth grade, and Nicholas graduated from Muenster ISD in 2008. He was enrolled North Central Texas College in Gainesville from 2008-2009. In the fall of 2009, Nicolas transferred to Texas State University in San Marcos, TX to pursue a career in business.
    Nicholas lived most of his life in Muenster. While living in Muenster, he became well-known for his athletic abilities. He loved playing basketball, lifting weights, riding bicycles, and participating in motocross. During his freshman and sophomore years of high school, Nicholas was a running back for the Muenster Hornets football team. Nicholas later found his true passion for basketball, tremendously excelling in this sport. He was voted the District’s Most Valuable Player his senior year of high school.
    Upon graduating high school, Nicholas began working in the oil field for a family friend while attending NCTC. After moving to San Marcos, TX, he found a local sales job for the company True Protection. Nicholas eventually became the top salesman of the company in Austin.
    Nick is survived by: his parents, Phillip and Brenda (Krahl) Flusche of Muenster, sister Jacqueline (Flusche) Burkepile and brother-in-law Mat Burkepile of Denton, sisters Adria Flusche and Kendra Flusche of Muenster; brothers: Kevin Flusche of Denton, Zachary Flusche of Muenster, and Nathan Flusche of Muenster; nephew, Mathew Burkepile of Denton; grandmother, Nancy Krahl of Valley View; step grandmother, Judy Flusche of Decatur; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Martin Krahl, and grandparents, James and Sally Flusche.
 

 


James David Hess
1937 - 2017
James David Hess
     Mass of Christian Burial for James David Hess, age 79 of Muenster is set for 10:00 AM, Monday, April 17, 2017 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church with Father Ken Robinson officiating. Burial will follow in Sacred Heart Cemetery. Rosary and vigil will be held at 7:00 PM, Sunday, April 16, 2017 at the funeral home. All services are under the direction of Scott Funeral Home in Muenster. Memorials may be made to Sacred Heart Catholic School or to the Charity of your choice.
    James was born May 12, 1937 to Gary and Caroline (Knabe) Hess. He was the firstborn child of the family of thirteen children. LaVerna Hess Nasche and Quintin Hess shared the same birthdate.
    James worked from the age of 6, helping his parents on the farms they worked. He attended Sacred Heart Catholic School from the age of 6 in 1943 to high school years. When they bought the Bayer place on Highway 373, James and his father had a cattle drive from the Parky Place 4 miles northeast of Muenster to their new home on S. 373.
    James joined the US Army at the age of 18 and was sent to Germany. He became a jeep driver for his Captain in his motor pool. One day, James had a short leave and he and some buddies went into Denmark. That day, he met Birthe Nielsen at Tivoli Gardens in Denmark. She became his wife on January 25, 1959, in Denmark at Sacred Heart Catholic Church.
    James ran a gas station on Highway 82 in Muenster for several years before gaining employment out of Odessa, Texas and on to Kuwait and Santa Fe International Oil Company.
    James spent 5 years working in Kuwait and he moved the first drilling rig into Saudi Arabia from Kuwait. Then, later, he went from driller to Operations Manager of 10 drilling rigs. They lived in Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Beirut, Lebanon, during his career with Santa Fe International.
    Then, he bought the Walterscheid place and the Hoenig farm and went into farming and ranching. He enjoyed raising Charolais cattle, farming and improving the land and making 2 nice farms he was so proud of.
    After Birthe’s death on March 10, 1994, James married Carol Ann (Stevens) Henley, a Gainesville elementary school teacher, on December 21, 1996. She taught school in Muenster for several years before retiring to help James on the farm. They enjoyed making his farm a beautiful place.
    James is survived by his wife, Carol Ann (Stevens) Hess; children: James Gary Hess, Una Johnson and Gina Tanner; stepchildren: Rob and Gina Henley, Jon and Helene Henley and Gary and Kathleen Henley Muller; grandchildren: Kate and Lauren Henley, Garrett, Trenton and Kenley Muller and Ava and Jon Henley, Erik Tanner and Ashley Johnson; sisters: LaVerna Nasche, Mary and Gary Endres, Gloria and J.D. Coker; brothers: Jerry and Monica Hess, Leon and Rachel Hess, Frankie Hess, Doyle and Debbie Hess, Gene and Debbie Hess, Chris and Lori Hess. He was preceded in death by his parents, Gary and Caroline (Knabe) Hess, first wife, Birthe (Nielsen) Hess, brothers, Quintin Dale, and Dwayne Hess.
    Pallbearers are: Gary Muller, Jon Henley, Rob Henley, Greg Hess, Gary Hess, Chris Hess, Ryan Hess, and Aaron Hess.
 

 


Janis Sue (Fitzhugh) Hesse
1946 - 2017

Janis Hesse     Mass of Christian Burial for Janis Hesse of Muenster is set for 10:00 AM, Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church with Father Ken Robinson officiating. Burial will follow in Sacred Heart Cemetery. Rosary and Vigil will be held at 6:00 PM, Monday, April 10, 2017 at the funeral home. All services are under the direction of Scott Funeral Home in Muenster.
    Janis Sue (Fitzhugh) Hesse died on April 8, 2017 in Corinth, Texas at the age of 70.
    Janis was born on December 10, 1946 in Wichita Falls, TX to Ernest and Irene (Comer) Fitzhugh. She married the love of her life Richard Hesse on September 8, 1972.
    Janis was a devoted Wife, Mother and Nana. She was loved by many and she will be deeply missed.
Janis is survived by her daughters: Carol and husband, Bryce Chapman of Corinth, Melinda Nelson of Krum, and Jenny and husband, Robby Hayes of Argyle; eight grandchildren: Lara Hesse, Lorna Gantt, Bradley, Patrick, and Ryan Chapman, Rileigh Nelson, Meagan and Ashley Hayes; three great-grandchildren: Jaiden, Isaac, and Olivia; brother: Doyle and wife, Greta Fitzhugh. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband Richard Hesse, her parents, Ernest and Irene (Comer) Fitzhugh.
    Pallbearers are her grandchildren: Lara Hesse, Lorna Gantt, Bradley Chapman, Patrick Chapman, Ryan Chapman, Meagan Hayes, Ashley Hayes, and Rileigh Nelson.

 

 


Velma M. Woods
1931 - 2017

Velma Woods     Funeral service for Velma McMahan Woods, age 85 of Saint Jo are set for 2:00 PM, Sunday, April 9, 2017 at the Church of Christ with Steve Chism officiating. Burial will follow in Dye Mound Cemetery. A visitation will be held from 6:00 PM—8:00 PM, Saturday, April 8, 2017 at the funeral home. All services are under the direction of Scott Funeral Home in Saint Jo. Ms. Woods died Wednesday, April 5. 2017.
    Velma Mae (McMahan) Woods was born October 12, 1931 in Dye Mound, TX to Eli Aubrey and Ella Mae (Fanning) McMahan. She was a member of the Saint Jo Church of Christ. She enjoyed family time, sewing and relaxing with her little dog. After retirement from home healthcare, Velma enjoyed spending time working in her garden and flower beds. The family always cherished her baked pies and cakes when the holidays came around.
    Velma is survived by her sons: Benny and wife, Cathy Sauer of Sunset, TX, Mark and wife, Deanna Sauer of Lewisville, TX and Danny Woods of Saint Jo, TX; five grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; sister, Audra Louise and husband, Ken Walker of Wichita Falls, TX; and brother, Athel Dean and wife, Cindy McMahan of Lewisville, TX. She was preceded in death by her parents Eli Aubrey and Ella Mae (Fanning) McMahan.
    Pallbearers are Cade Rains, Brent Sauer, Rex Hiebert, Roy Plemons, Ben Clayton, and Ricky Brawner.
 

 


Wilfred Luttmer, Sr.
1927 - 2017

Wilfred Luttmer, Sr.     Mass of Christian Burial for Wilfred John Luttmer, Sr. age 90 of Muenster is set for 10:00 AM, Thursday, March 30, 2017 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church with Father Ken Robinson officiating. Burial will follow in Sacred Heart Cemetery. Rosary and Vigil will be held at 7:30 PM, Wednesday, March 29, 2017 at the funeral home. All services are under the care of Scott Funeral Home in Muenster. Mr. Luttmer died Tuesday, March 28, 2017.
    Wilfred was born March 25, 1927 in Muenster to Herman and Katherine (Albers) Luttmer. He married Mary Ann Kubicek in 1958. They were the proud parents of Wilfred Luttmer, Jr. He worked as an oilfield pumper for many years.
    Wilfred is survived by his son, Wilfred Luttmer, Jr. of Denton, granddaughter, Kristi Nicole Luttmer of Ohio and sister, Bernice Beyer of Gainesville. He was preceded in death by his parents, Herman and Katherine (Albers) Luttmer, wife, Mary Ann Luttmer, brothers: Henry, Joe, Ferd, Alfred, and Walter.
    Pallbearers were J.D. Luttmer, Gene Luttmer, Roger Luttmer, Bobby Luttmer, A.J. Beyer, and Landon Lawrence.
 

 


Doreen Marie Snapp
1934 - 2017

Doreen Snapp    Graveside Services for Doreen Marie Snapp, age 82 of Saint Jo were held Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at Center Point Cemetery with Rev. Teresa Walter officiating. Services were under the direction of Scott Funeral Home in Saint Jo. Mrs. Snapp died Sunday, March 26, 2017.
    Doreen was born May 19, 1934 in Olympia, Washington to Frederick and Gertrude Ann (Laugdon) Wahl. She married James Snapp. They made their home in Saint Jo after retirement from the railroad.
    She is survived by her husband, James Snapp of Saint Jo, son, Kevin Snapp of Saint Jo, son, Mike and wife, Teresa Walker of Dallas, and two granddaughters, Hailey and Amy of Dallas.

 

 

 


Tommy Bayer
1945 - 2017

Tom Bayer     Mass of Christian Burial for Thomas Joseph (Tom) Bayer, age 71 of Muenster, is set for Monday 10:00 AM, March 6, 2017 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church with Father Ken Robinson officiating. Burial will follow in Sacred Heart Cemetery. Rosary and Vigil will be held at 5:30 PM, Sunday, March 5, 2017 at the funeral home. All services are under the direction of Scott Funeral Home in Muenster. Mr. Bayer died Thursday, March 2, 2017.
    One of eight children, Tom was born in Muenster on March 25, 1945, to Martin and Louise (Walterscheid) Bayer. He was raised on a dairy farm northeast of Muenster and attended Sacred Heart School until the age of 14 when he attended Subiaco Academy in Arkansas and then continued his education at Sacred Heart. He met Joyce Klement on a double date with her brother Robert. They were married on February 17, 1968 at Sacred Heart Church after being engaged for two years. They became the parents of four children: Rhonda, Cheryl, Jennifer, and Adam. Tom found his passion for carpentry and woodworking and worked side by side with his father in law Tony Klement, where he learned many useful skills as they built numerous homes in the Muenster area. He was especially proud of the geodesic dome homes, that he and his brother Dale constructed far and near, as well as the log cabin from the 1800’s that he assembled with his son, Adam.
    At the age of 33, Tom began his journey of sobriety and continued for 38 years. This was an amazing feat for beginning at such a young age. He was instrumental in the forming of and the backbone of Muenster’s first AA chapter. One of Tom’s biggest accomplishments was helping others turn their lives around through the AA program. Tom was active in Boy Scout Troop 664 with his son Adam, where his campsite cooking and especially his cobbler became famous.
    Tom is survived by his wife of 49 years, Joyce (Klement) Bayer of Muenster; daughters: Rhonda and husband Curtis Pagel of Muenster, Cheryl and husband Andrew Truitt of Muenster, Jennifer and husband Chris Wright of Alvin; son, Adam and Megan Bayer of Muenster; grandchildren: Tyler and Brittany Pagel of Muenster, Brayden, Korrigan and Madelynn Wright of Alvin, Jaxon, Stella, and Beckett Bayer of Muenster, Amy and Larry Davis of Collinsville, Jessica and Pat Butler of Tucumcari, NM, and Michelle, Tyler and Quaid Terry of Saint Jo; sisters: Nelda Van Meter of Dallas, and Pat Otto of Tulsa, OK; brothers: Don and wife Barbara Bayer of Waco, Dale and wife Sylvia Bayer of Dallas, and Bill and wife Annette Bayer of Muenster. He was preceded in death by his parents, Martin and Louise (Walterscheid) Bayer; brothers: Ernest and David Bayer.
    Pallbearers are: Tyler Pagel, Brayden Wright, Scott Bayer, Neil Bayer, Ryan Bayer, Kenneth Walterscheid, Ron Dangelmayr, and Michael Bayer.

 


Frank Robert Luke

Frank Luke     Mass of Christian Burial for Frank Robert Luke age 65 of Muenster is set for 10:00 AM, Friday, March 3, 2017 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church with Father Ken Robinson officiating. Burial will follow in Sacred Heart Cemetery. Rosary and vigil will be held at 6:30 PM, Thursday, March 2, 2017 at the funeral home. All services are under the direction of Scott Funeral Home in Muenster. Mr. Luke died Sunday, February 26, 2017.
    Frank Robert Luke was born on February 3, 1952 to Tony and Leona Luke in Muenster, Texas. He went to Sacred Heart School through the 8th grade and then went to Subiaco Academy in Subiaco, Arkansas for high school. He graduated high school with the Class of 1970. Frank then went to the University of Dallas and then Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas. He graduated from there with a Bachelor of Music Education in 1975. He returned to Subiaco and joined the Benedictine Monastery to discern for the priesthood. A couple of years later he decided that was not to be his vocation in life so he moved back to Muenster in 1976 and began teaching music at Sacred Heart High School and directing the Sacred Heart Men’s Choir. An opportunity came up for him to move to Hallettesville, Texas in 1978 where he lived until 2011. While in Hallettesville, he taught music, was a sales representative for the Allen Organ Company, worked at the local radio station, and was active in the local volunteer fire department until his rheumatoid arthritis progressed to the point that he had to give up that role. He retired back to Muenster where he worked with a couple of musical groups as part of the music ministry at Sacred Heart Parish.
    He is survived by: his brother Melvin and his wife Terri Luke, of Muenster and their children: Jacob and his wife Erin Luke, of Sanger and their children: Jesse and his wife Kelly Luke, of Prosper and their children: Josh and his wife Samantha Luke, of McKinney and their children, Jason Luke of Addison, and Jenni Luke of Muenster. His brother George and his wife Sharon Luke of Carrollton and their children: Ryan and his wife Lindsay Luke, of Pearland, Texas and their children, Morgan Luke of New York, and Krista Luke of New York. His sister Mary and her husband Doug King of Conway, Arkansas and their children: Jarrod King of Little Rock, Arkansas and Meredith and her husband Bryce Wintjen of Conway, Arkansas. He was preceeded in death by both of his parents.
    Pallbearers are Jarrod King, Ryan Luke, Jake Luke, Jesse Luke, Josh Luke, and Jason Luke. Honorary pallbearer will be Michael Flusche.

 

 


Jerral Don (JD) Goff
1935 - 2017

Jerral Don Goff     Funeral service for Jerral Don (JD) Goff, age 81 of Saint Jo, is set for 2:00 PM, Friday, February 24, 2017 at First Methodist Church in Saint Jo. Burial will follow in Mountain Park Cemetery. A visitation will be held from 7:00—8:00 PM, Thursday, February 23, 2017 at the funeral home. All services are under the direction of Scott Funeral Home in Saint Jo. Mr. Goff died Monday, February 20, 2017.
    Jerral Don was born on July 15, 1935 in Walters, OK to Jesse G. and Beulah (Blakeley) Goff. His family moved to Saint Jo when he was in the fourth grade and except for two years in Pampa, TX, this is where he spent the rest of his life. He graduated from Saint Jo High School in 1953 and immediately went to work in the oilfield where he worked until he finally realized his dream of having cattle and horses.
    He married Mary Kathryn Martin on December 30, 1955. They were blessed with three sons, Curtis Don, Jerral Wayne and Michael Gene. Jerral Don served a number of years on the Saint Jo ISD school board and many years as Secretary-Treasurer of Katy Rod and Gun Club, and in his younger years he was a member of the fire department. He was a long time member of Jean's Men's Bible Class, and he was baptized by Bro. Sam Campbell.
    He is survived by his wife, Mary Kathryn (Martin) Goff of Saint Jo; son: Curtis Goff and wife Kathryn of Saint Jo; daughters-in-law: Ann Goff of Nacogdoches and Kirsten Goff of Saint Jo; grandchildren: Jeffrey Goff and wife Whitney of Tomball, TX, 1st Lieutenant Taylor Goff and wife Niki of Killeen, TX, Curry and wife Katy of The Colony, TX, Ryan Goff of Denton, TX, Kaili Gaston of Saint Jo, and Bobby Goff of Saint Jo; great-grandson, Asher Jerral Goff of Tomball, TX; brother-in-law, Bob Martin and wife Jeanette of Tow, TX; and sister-in-law, Karen Martin of Ada, OK, niece Melinda Martin of Carrollton, TX, and nephew Andrew Martin of Waco, TX. He was preceded in death by his parents, Jessie G. and Beulah (Blakely) Goff and his sons, Jerral Wayne Goff and Michael Gene Goff.
    Pallbearers were: Jeffrey Goff, Ryan Goff, Curry Goff, Taylor Goff, Doyle Cook, Doug Gaston, Brad Rogers and Lendon Williams. Honorary pallbearers were Kaili Gaston and Bobby Goff.
    In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial donations be made to the Saint Jo ISD Education Foundation, PO Box 116, Saint Jo, Texas, 76265.

 

 


Norman E. Archer
1942 - 2017

Norman Archer     Norman Everett Archer of Saint Jo, Texas passed away on 2/15/2017 at Nocona General Hospital.
    Norman was born to Everett and Alberta (Macho) Archer on 4/23/1942 in Goodland, KS. He graduated from Kanorado High School in the spring of 1961 and Parks Business College in Denver, CO in 1962. He was working in J.C. Penny's accounting department in Denver, CO, when his dad called and wanted his help at the farm.
    While back at home in Kanorado, KS, he met Ann Baker and joined the Colorado National Guard. In August of 1965, he and Ann were married. He worked as a bookkeeper at a grain elevator in Colorado and while there his two sons, Ray and Jim, were born.
    His career took the family to McCook, NE then to Newcastle, WY. He spent 35 years in Newcastle working for Jacobs Ranch Mine as a coal miner. When he retired from the coalmine, he found a new love, golf. Norm and family enjoyed hunting in the Black Hills and Jackson Hole, & fishing in New Mexico and the Red River in Texas.
    Norm and Ann were snowbirds and loved to spend the winters in Mission, TX. Eventually, they sold their home in WY and moved their summer homebase to Saint Jo, TX. This brought them closer to their sons and grandchildren and enabled them to continue to winter in Mission, with their snowbird family. In Mission, golf, RATS, shopping trips to Mexico, potlucks were some of the many activities.
    Norman is survived by his wife of 51 yrs., Ann, son and daughter-in-law, Ray & Julie Archer of Krum, TX, son Jim Archer of Grand Prairie, TX, grandson Wyatt Archer of Richardson, TX, granddaughter Macy Archer of Krum, TX, sister Carol Simmering of Quinter, KS, brother-in-law, Calvin Baker of Douglas, WY, a nephew, Cody Baker of Douglas, WY & three nieces, Shelby Baker of Cheyenne, WY, Laura Blickenstaff of Overland Park, KS, and Debra Turner of Littleton, CO.
    Norm requested no services, but to remember the fun times and great stories. Please send cards to Ann Archer P.O. Box 640, Saint Jo, TX 76265.

 

 


Doyle Klement
1958 - 2017

Doyle Klement     Mass of Christian Burial for Doyle Klement, age 58 of Muenster, is set for 10:00 AM, Thursday, February 9, 2017 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church with Father Ken Robinson officiating. Burial will follow in Sacred Heart Cemetery. Rosary and vigil will be held at 5:30 PM, Wednesday, February 8, 2017 at the church. Mr. Klement died Monday, February 6, 2017.
     One of the six children of Walter and Eleonore (Henscheid) Klement, Doyle Raymond Klement was born in Muenster, TX on June 10, 1958. He married Carla Jayne Walterscheid on September 22, 1984 in Sacred Heart. They were the proud parents of 3 children.
     Doyle was a member of Sacred Heart Church where he served a couple of years on the Pastoral Council. He was a member of the Muenster Jaycees and the Knights of Columbus. Doyle was a volunteer at the Gainesville State School where he mentored to the youth. He served on many ACTS retreats including the roles of director and co-director. Doyle worked at UPS for over 30 years an loved his job.
     Doyle enjoyed cattlin’ with his family, muling and camping. What he loved most was being with his family and especially spending time with his granddaughters.
     Doyle is survived by: wife, Carla Jayne (Walterscheid) Klement of Muenster; children: Stevie and husband Jeff Maas of Muenster, Jackie Klement and fiancé, Corey Reynolds of Muenster, and Hunter Klement of Muenster; granddaughters: Mikaela and McKinley Maas of Muenster; sisters: Jeanette and husband Michael Fitzpatrick of Arlington and Sharon Wolf of Gainesville; brothers: Wayne and wife Doris Klement of Muenster, and Mark and Carol Klement of Muenster; sister-in-law: Deb Klement. He was preceded in death by his parents and brother, Claude Klement.
     Pallbearers were: Wayne Klement, Mark Klement, Franklin Leon, Tim Bartel, Darren Walterscheid, Jeff Maas, Corey Reynolds, and Hunter Klement.
     The family requests memorials be made to the Muenster Volunteer Fire Department or the Muenster ISD Education Foundation.

 

 


Cynthia Ann Voth
1972 - 2017

Cynthia Voth     Mass for Cynthia Ann (Vogel) Voth, age 44 of Muenster is set for 10:00 AM, Friday, January 13, 2017 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church with Father Ken Robinson officiating. Rosary and Vigil will be held at 7:00 PM, Thursday, January 12, 2017 at the funeral home. Services are under the direction of Scott Funeral Home in Muenster. Ms. Voth died Friday, January 6, 2017.
    One of four children born to Richard and Barbara Ann (Szoly) Vogel, Cynthia was born September 7, 1972 in Parma, Ohio.
    Cynthia was a lively, intelligent, and persistent woman who always put others before herself. She loved animals, especially her dog. Cynthia liked to go on walks to see nature and could have fun in any situation. Pursuing her desire to become a radiologist, she was studying AIP at NCTC. No matter how many things in her life went wrong, God was always her first priority. She loved to talk about the Bible. Cynthia loved to cook, garden and drive anything with a motor on it. She will be missed by all who knew her.
    Cynthia is survived by: son, Joshua and wife Harley Voth of Oak Ridge; father, Richard Vogel; sister Victoria McLeaster of Callisburg; and brothers: Ray Vogel and Russ Vogel. She was preceded in death by her mother, Barbara Ann (Szoly) Vogel.
 

 

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