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Funeral & Obituary News for Garland, TX

Leon Bottoms
Times Record
Funeral services will be 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at Ocker Chapel in Alma with interment at the U.S. National Cemetery in Fort Smith. The family will visit with friends from 6-8 p.m. Monday at Ocker Funeral Home in Alma, 917 U.S. 64 East in Alma. Survivors ...

Harold W. Seifert
Quad City Times
Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014, at Runge Mortuary Chapel with visitation one hour prior to service at the mortuary. ... and Aimee Shook, Davenport; grandson, Mitchell (Kaitlyn) Seifert, Davenport; grandsons, Michael Dempsey and ...

Mary Ann Kimball
Survivors include her husband of 67 years; three daughters and two sons, Linda (Bill) Rajsky of Pekin, Danny (Patti) Kimball of Aurora, Julie (Mike) Howard of Frankfort, Mark Kimball of Sterling, and Kathy (Harry) Sarles of Garland, Texas. She also is ...

Kenneth Hines
Times Record
He is survived by his loving wife, Sherri Hines of Ozark; two stepsons, Bryan Scott of Fort Smith and Steven Scott of Garland, Texas; one stepdaughter, Niki Farmer of Bloomington, Ind.; two brothers, Carl and Tim Hines, both of Van Buren; one sister ...

Jerry Dee Wilkinson
Groesbeck Journal
They moved all over the country from California, to Toccoa, Georgia, to Garland, Texas, then back again to California where they settled for a number of years while Jerry continued to pursue his dream of going into business for himself. He started his ...

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I grew up in a working class family. My father was a fire chief for the City of Garland, Texas. He had some life insurance but not much. My mother was facing an uncertain financial future. She didn't have the money for anything beyond a nice but modest ...

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