71 Brenda SheetsEdit My cousin Brenda. Born Sept 21 1945 Married Rusty Elwell in 1967 Rusty was an Amarillo High School Graduate. No children, Died July 27, 2006 of cancer, Rusty's death followed on Sept 5, 2006 of heart failure.Edit
92 Charles LedbetterEdit January 7, 2011 Preliminary autopsy results show an Amarillo man died Saturday of smoke inhalation when his mobile home burned down, authorities said Thursday.
Fire officials found Charles Ray Ledbetter, 66, and his Labrador retriever Scooter dead in a mobile home at 906 Ottawa Trail, said Randall County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Danny Alexander.
About 2:10 p.m. Saturday, fire crews were dispatched to the mobile home. Randall County, Canyon, Lake Tanglewood and Amarillo fire crews battled the blaze, which began in one mobile home and spread to an unoccupied mobile home, authorities said.
The mobile homes were fully engulfed, but fire crews quickly extinguished the fire, Alexander said.
106 Darlene CatesEdit Darlene Hansen, 61, of Amarillo died Saturday, Feb. 25, 2006. Services in Memorial Park East Mausoleum with the Rev. Melvin Suttle, pastor of San Jacinto Assembly of God Church, officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Ms. Darlene Cates Hansen was born Jan. 5, 1945, in Amarillo to Don and Verlane Cates. She was a branch manager for Commercial Credit Corp. and a member of San Jacinto Assembly of God Church.
Survivors include a daughter, Tammy Beaver of Amarillo; and a grandson, Ian Beaver ofEdit
121 Dickie KhouryEdit July 8, 1944 - August 29, 2010. Dick Khoury passed away Sunday, August 29, 2010. Please see comment sectionEdit "Richard "Dick" Frank Khour..." "<href="www.shirtstexas.com/t..." View Comments...
124 Don WoronerEdit Currenty in Florida, WTSU & SMU grad, retired, pilot, loving wife, all children Florida Grads, 2 cats, 5 cars, 2 planes, 5 boats, 5 homes, Big Tax payer, Like Miller lite, Golf and smart enough to stay out of stock market!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 9.2008Edit
140 Frances SalkeldEdit We lost a dear friend on Monday December 18, 2017. Apparent natural causes in her home. A more true or better heart then Frankie's was never maintain. May God bless and keep her.Edit
174 Jerry PerryEdit Jerry W. Perry, 59, of Amarillo died Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2005. www.findagrave.com #31018495 Memorial Park Cemetery.
Jerry Perry was born Feb. 3, 1945, in Amarillo, graduating from Tascosa High School in 1963. He lived and worked in Amarillo since returning from Dallas in 1987. Jerry enjoyed life, loved his friends and family and was a person who never met a stranger. Survivors include two brothers, Larry Perry of Amarillo and Rick Perry of Bryan; a sister, Linda Raines of Denton; three nieces; a nephew; and a special friend, Patty Nall of Amarillo.Edit "WE MISS YOU!!" View Comments...
187 Jodie PhillipsEdit Jodie Morris Phillips, 63, formerly of Amarillo, died Tuesday, Aug. 5, 2008.
Services San Jacinto Church of Christ Leonard Harper officiating. Burial Llano Cemetery. Mr. Phillips was born Jan. 12, 1945, in Temple to Jack and Laune Phillips. He was raised in Amarillo and graduated from Tascosa High School. Mr. Phillips received his bachelor's degree and his master's degree at Abilene Christian University. He married Donna Skelton on July 19, 1968, in Amarillo. They moved to Abilene in 1969 and then moved to College Station, where he attended Texas A&M University in 1972.
They lived in Corpus Christi from 1973 until his death. He worked as a salesman for Masoneilan Oil Field Supply and Collier Equipment Corp. Mr. Phillips loved golfing, hunting and fishing.
Survivors include his wife, Donna Phillips; two sons, Matt Phillips and wife Jenny of Austin and David Phillips and wife Connie of San Antonio; his father, Jack Phillips of Amarillo; two brothers, Ji...Edit
197 Johnny WiedlingEdit Memorial services will be at 2:00 p.m., Friday, Oct. 14, 2016, at Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel with Dr. Howard K. Batson, senior pastor, First Baptist Church, officiating. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.
John was born in Dumas, TX on November 3rd, 1944. His parents were Carl and Margaret Weidling. Growing up, John set numerous records at Avondale Elementary, was always the team captain, and played quarterback through his high school career. He graduated from Tascosa High school in 1963 and then received a scholarship to University of Texas at Austin and later went to play quarterback and linebacker for UT.
John was a charismatic character, he handed two dollars bills out to make you smile, wished everyone good luck before a movie started, and would give away everything he owned if someone was in need. Everyone considered him their best friend. He was everyone’s best friend.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Diane Weid...Edit "I will always love you...." View Comments...
198 Johnny WilsonEdit Reported killed in Spring, Texas auto accident Tuesday Nov.14, 2006. Surviving family wife Carla and son Johnny Jr.Edit
245 Linda FosterEdit Linda Foster was known as "Kitten" during high school at Tascosa. She was in Les Chanteurs choir and Madrigal Singers, and participated in musical theater and other drama activities. She went on to Texas Tech for one year, when her Air Force parents moved the family to Lake Oswego, Oregon, where she transferred to Lewis and Clark College. Linda received a B.A. in English Literature in 1967, and an MA in English/Psychology in 1969. She became a high school English teacher and media specialist in San Diego, California. Later, she became a specialist in alcoholism and other addictions, designed and worked in addiction treatment centers, and finally retired as Director of Addiction Studies at Seattle University. She now lives in Shelton, Washington. She married Stephen F. Roise, Jr. in 1977. After his death, she partnered with Adrienne Amar. They were married in Washington in January, 2014. Linda is an active Democrat, holding several offices in her local party organization.Edit
289 Pat RyanEdit Pat (Patrick Wayne) Ryan died in hospice in The Woodlands, TX, on December 17, 2012; a few weeks short of his 68th birthday, January 10, 2013. Funeral arrangements have not been decided, but burial will likely be in Burleson County, TX.Edit
296 Paula PorterfieldEdit Died Wednesday, April 4, 2012.Edit
297 Paulette DunivenEdit Paulette Duniven Noble, died Sunday June 2, 2013. LaGrone-Blackburn-Shaw Funeral Home, are Llano Cemetery.The family suggests memorials be to the American Heart Association online guest book at www.lagroneblackburnshaw.comEdit
330 Scott BarlowEdit Scotty Barlow, 69, of Amarillo died Friday, May 10, 2013.
Memorial services will be at 7 p.m. Tuesday in Baptist St. Anthony’s Hospital Chapel with the Rev. Brent Bradley officiating. Arrangements are by Cox Funeral Home, 4180 Canyon Drive.
Mr. Barlow was born Dec. 8, 1943, in Amarillo to Stu and Alice Barlow. He spent his adult life in the car business.
Survivors include his best friend, Teri Murphy; four children, Sherie Stanich of Kearney, Mo., Jennifer Jones and Cody Barlow, both of Honolulu and Caileigh Almazo of Kaneohe, Hawaii; seven grandchildren; and three brothers, Randy Barlow, Larry Barlow and Kim Barlow, all of Amarillo.Edit
331 Sharon BarnesEdit Deceased October 28 1984Edit
343 Steve ReavesEdit I'm fairly certain Steve died some time ago. Does anyboy have info? Apr. 25, 1945 - Jan. 19, 1997 Oak Grove Cemetery Greenville, TNEdit "Steve lived in Nashville Tn. I ran ..." "Did you know that Steve's Grandmothe..." "Steve was living north of Knoxville ..." View Comments...
344 Sue Ann HayesEdit Sue Ann Hayes/Gatlin passed from this life at 6:15 p.m. on Wednesday, October 19, 2011, and she will be greatly missed. We thank God for her life and for every life she touched. The memorial service will be held at 10:00 a.m., Saturday, October 22, 2011 at the Paramount Baptist Church main worship center; 3801 S. Western St., Amarillo, TX 79109. The funeral home will be Schooler Funeral Home at 4100 S. Georgia in Amarillo. At this time the family will be at Carroll and Sue’s home at 4008 Danbury Drive. May the Lord bless all of her family and friends during this time of grief. Linda Jackson/AndersonEdit "Sue Gatlin: Posted: October 21, 2011..." View Comments...
I love these pages! Thanks to all who contributed to them. I added some information about myself to go with my annual photo. I suspect we were supposed to add information only for deceased class members. I am not deceased, but I wanted to share something of my life with my classmates, none of whom I have seen since 1964. I still think it would be nice for all of us to say something about ourselves and our lives so that our old friends could catch up. Maybe it doesn't matter so much for those of you who continued to live in Amarillo, but I've been an expatriate for 50 years, so I have lots to learn. - Linda Foster Amar | http://www.masoncountydemocrats.com, Mon, 12 May 2014 2:27PM
Looking forward to 50th. - Lee Davidson, Mon, 15 Jul 2013 2:52PM