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George Carroll Johnson, III  KB5TCH
August 18, 1927 – August 6, 2018  

George Carroll Johnson, III age 90, of Douglassville, Texas went to be with the Lord Monday, August 06, 2018 at his residence.

George was born August 18, 1927 in Prairie Lea, Texas to George Johnson, Jr. and wife Winnie. He was retired from Red River Army Depot; served in the United States Navy during World War II; was a member of Douglassville Baptist Church where he taught Sunday school for over 30 years; and was also a member of Amateur Radio Cass County. He enjoyed spending time with his family doing all sorts of outdoor activities; was a Ham Radio Operator; loved talking about politics; he also enjoyed working crosswords, Sudoku, and any other kind of puzzle he could get his hands on. He was preceded in death by his wives, Effie Johnson, Penny Johnson, Sandra Johnson, Ella Bates; two brothers, Charles Ray Johnson, Billy Pat Johnson; and his parents.

Every day of his life he continued learning and teaching. He was a very spiritual man loving God and his fellow man.

He is survived by two daughters, Vicki Gamez of Douglassville, Texas, Susan Lykins and husband John Wilson of Douglassville, Texas; son, George Carroll “Pete” Johnson of San Francisco, California; three step-daughters, Heidi, Linda, Bobbie Lou; a step-son, Lee; four grandchildren, Michelle, Bob, Justin, Selena; ten great-grandchildren, Sam, Zoe, London, Summer, Mila Chloe, Jameson, Karen, Alyssa, Emilio; and a number of other relatives.

Funeral services will be 2:00 pm, Saturday, August 11, 2018 at Douglassville Baptist Church, under the direction of Hanner Funeral Service, with Pete Johnson and Bro. Allen Weaver officiating.

Visitation will be Friday, August 10, 2018 from 6 pm to 8 pm at Hanner Funeral Service.

Interment will be in Douglassville Cemetery.

Guest registry is available at www.hannerfuneralservice.com 

  
Hanner Funeral Service 
103 West Main Street 
Atlanta, Texas 75551 
903-796-2835

Thanks to WA5DTY for letting us know  

 Charles  Herrick N5MQK
March 5, 1940 – July 29, 2018

  

Charles Herrick, 78, of Van Buren died Sunday, July 29, 2018. He was born March 5, 1940, in Dallas. He was a parts manager at several automotive businesses and ACE Hardware in Fort Smith, a ham radio operator and net coordinator with the Good Ole Boys Group and retired from Pharis Broadcasting.

Private memorial will be held at a later date. Arrangements are under the direction of Edwards Funeral Home.

He is survived by his wife, Sharon; a daughter, Laura Gosnell of Atlanta; a son, Andrew Herrick of Fort Worth, Texas; and a brother, John Herrick of Ely, Minn.

Visitation will be 6-8 p.m. Friday at the funeral home.

Memorials may be made to www.michaeljfox.org or www.parkinson.org.

  

Published in the
Times Record
Van Buren, AR
July 31, 2018  

Thanks to Sharon Herrick, Charles Widow, for informing us  

  

Sammy Earl Neal N5AF
April 2 1942 – July 11, 2018
  

Sammy Earl Neal, age 76 of Cleveland, Texas, passed away Wednesday, July 11, 2018. He was born April 2, 1942 in Dolen, Texas to parents William Franklin and Della Lee Alexander Neal who preceded him in death along with his son, Stanley Neal; son-in-law, Kernest Strom; brother, Bill Alexander Neal; sister, Dorothy Mae Neal-Brister; and grandson, Ryan Anthony Strom.  

Mr. Neal retired from the Houston Fire Department as an Arson Investigator after 36 years and 1 day. He was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Cleveland, Texas.   

Survivors include his wife of 56 years, Patsy Chandler Neal; sons, Richard Neal and wife Sonya, William Allan Neal and Michael Neal; daughters, Charlotte Strom and Angela O’Pry and husband AJ; grandchildren, Ashley Neal-Priebe and husband Jon, Jennifer Neal, Cynthia Neal, Krista Medrano and husband Aaron, Daniel Neal, Alexis Neal, Jason Strom, Allison Strom, Angelica O’Pry, Elizabeth O’Pry and Jessica O’Pry; great-grandchildren, Emma Priebe, Sadie Priebe and Ava Catanzano; numerous other relatives and friends.  

Visitation will be held from 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m., Sunday, July 15, 2018 at Pace Stancil Funeral Home, Cleveland, Texas. Services will be held at 10:00 a.m., Monday, July 16, 2018 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1100 Southline St, Cleveland, TX 77327. Interment will follow at Cleveland City Cemetery, Cleveland, Texas. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the American Heart Association.

  

PACE-STANCIL FUNERAL HOME
303 E. CROCKETT
CLEVELAND, TEXAS
281-592-2641 

Thanks to N5WWS for informing us

John Wright Moore III  KK5NU
1937 - January 19, 2018  

John Wright Moore III, died on January 19, 2018. He was preceded in death by his parents, John Wright Moore II and Juliette Marie Loustaunau Moore 80, his brother Thomas Walton Moore, his son John Wright Moore IV, and daughter, Juliette Moore Lofft.   

He is survived by his wife of 20 years, Ann Marie Schaer; his daughter Josephine (Jodi) Moore; granddaughter Tamsin Elizabeth Moore Howell; and grandsons Frank Eric Cimrhanzel, Aidan Christopher Lofft and Liam Andrew Lofft.   

Although born in Dallas, John considered himself a Houstonian, as his family moved here when he was in preschool. He graduated from San Jacinto High School and received his BS degree from Texas A&M University in 1959. He earned his JD at South Texas College of Law in 1963. After practicing law for several years he became a Certified Professional Landman, a career which lasted more than 30 years.  

He was a man of many interests. He held the highest class of amateur radio license, and was a volunteer examiner for HAM radio testing for many years. He also held a commercial broadcaster's license, a private pilot's license, and a commercial driver's license with hazardous materials certification. He and his wife enjoyed HAM radios, building computers and gardening together.

Among his many friends he was known for his independence, intelligence and loyalty.  

After a private family burial in La Grange, TX, we welcome friends and family to a memorial service in celebration of his life this Friday, January 26th at 1pm at the Unitarian Fellowship of Houston, 1504 Wirt Road.   

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Houston Hospice or a charity of your choice.  

Published in Houston Chronicle on January 24, 2018   

Thanks to K5BMR for informing us  

WALLACE “WALLY” WILEY MARTIN W5WXI
August 28, 1924-January 25, 2018  

Wallace Wiley Martin was born on August 28, 1924, in Indian Gap, Texas to William Martin and Nora Harris Martin. He peacefully departed this life on January 25, 2018, in Carrizo Springs, Texas, at the age of 93 years and 5 months.   

He was preceded in death by his wife of 71 years, Mary Louise (Sissy) McClendon Martin. He leaves behind one son, Bill Martin (wife Pamela) of Carrizo Springs, and three daughters, Marilu Martin of Carrizo Springs, Nancy Martin of San Antonio, and Jeanie Martin Frasier (husband Bruce) of Carrizo Springs; four grandchildren, Jennifer Martin Stewart (husband Lee) of San Antonio, Mac Martin of Carrizo Springs, Rebecca Frasier (husband Michael King) of Austin, and Patrick Frasier (wife Gabrielle) of Austin, as well as two great grandchildren, Aidan Stewart and Clementine King. He was looking forward to the arrival of another great granddaughter in May of 2018.   

Wallace Martin was a child of the depression and orphaned by the age of 14. He lived with older siblings until he graduated from Hamilton High School in 1941. He then enrolled at The University of Texas, where he was a diver on the UT swim team. After Pearl Harbor, at the age of 18, he enlisted in the Army Air Corps where he was trained as a navigator on the B-17. In early 1943, he was sent to England as part of the prestigious 398th bomb group. During the next 15 months, he flew 50 missions over France and Germany. His B-17 was shot down during this time and he was hidden from the Germans by the French Resistance. Some of the notable missions he flew were Omaha Beach on D-Day, Dresden, and Peenemunde. He completed fighter pilot training in 1944, and was to be sent to the Pacific Theater in a P-51. Fortunately the war with Japan was concluded before that happened.   

He met Sissy McClendon on a blind date at the University of Texas vs. Texas A&M game in November of 1944, and they married the following June. After the war ended, he returned to The University of Texas and received his BS in Civil Engineering in 1948. He was a member of the Chi Epsilon and Tau Beta Pi honor societies. Following graduation, Wallace moved to Carrizo Springs, where he joined his father-in-law in operating Dixondale Farms. During his 70 years in Carrizo Springs, he was a school board member, a Company Commander of the local National Guard unit, a director at Union State Bank, a Scout master, and a math and physics teacher when the school district could not find one. He also worked with Texas A&M in the development of the Yellow Granex and 1015 Super Sweet onions. Wallace was an avid golfer and spent many enjoyable days with good friends at the golf course. He also continued his lifelong passion of working with wood, creating both large projects and small carvings.  

Wallace lived a long, interesting, and full life and remained active until the last few weeks of his life. He faithfully attended the First United Methodist Church and spent many hours on his ham radio talking to his fellow hams worldwide. He will be sorely missed, but our memories of him and his guiding influence will last the rest of our lives.   

Donations in his memory may be made to the First United Methodist Church, PO Box 301, Carrizo Springs, TX, 78834. Reverends Thad McGehee and Jacob Hunter officiated the service at First United Methodist Church on January 30, 2018, under direction of Leonard Funeral Home, a member of the International Order of the Golden Rule.   

Pallbearers for the service were Mike Campos, Mark Cartwright, Steve Hester, Tom Hester, Mack Mandell, Thad McGehee, John Petry, and Carter Speer. Honorary pallbearers were Ken Bradshaw, Betsy Tocquigny Campbell, Jeanelle Eardley Coleman, Dick Dobie, Becky Tocquigny Major, Erin Gardner Bowman, Tara Gardner Eastland, Sean Gardner Turner, Thetis Gardner LeMaistre, Dana Gardner Wilson, and Megan Gardner Pipes.   

Leonard Funeral Home
707 W Houston St
Carrizo Springs, TX
830-876-2119  

Guest book:

  http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/name/Wallace-Martin-obituary?pid=188026946

  

Thanks to K5BMR for informing us  

James Wallace Robbins N5OUJ
September 20, 1924 - January 15, 2018   

James Wallace Robbins passed away in Taylor, Texas, on January 15, 2018. He was a faithful Christian all of his life, being a member of the Church of Christ, first at Hyde Park in Austin and recently, at the Highway 95 congregation in Taylor.

 James was born in Killeen, Texas on September 20, 1924, to James Hobart and Edith Blanche Hall Robbins, the eldest of seven children. He grew up in Central Texas moving from farm to farm where his father found work and his mother was a housewife. He often attended small rural schools. He never was married and was inducted into the military at the age of 19 during World War II. He entered the Medical Corps in the United States Army and served in hospitals in England, France, Belgium, The Netherlands, and Luxembourg. After returning to the United States, he soon joined the family and eventually moved with the family to Killeen, Texas, following the death of his father in 1948.

 In Killeen, he sold insurance for a while, then moved to Austin where he obtained work in the health field at the State Hospital. He retired from the Texas State School for Mental Health and Mental Retardation after many years of service. He was an avid Amateur Radio operator, being active in local radio clubs in Travis and Williamson Counties with the call sign N5OUJ. He often referred to his call sign as “Old Uncle James” and was known by that name by his buddies. He also participated in the central Texas Sky Warn program.

 James was preceded in death by his parents, three brothers, Felton T. Robbins, Ralph Edwin Robbins, and Allard Robbins and is survived by one brother and two sisters, Dalton O. Robbins of Lewisville, Alma Ford of Hutto, and Fay Caballero of Dallas. He is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews, great nieces and nephews, and great great nieces and nephews. Memorials may be made to the Hwy. 95 Church of Christ, Cherokee Childrens Home, or local Amateur Radio Clubs.

Visitation will be 9:00 a.m. Friday, January 19, 2017 at the Hwy. 95 Church of Christ in Taylor. Funeral service will follow at 10:00 a.m. Graveside service will be at 12:30 p.m. at Cook-Walden/Capital Parks Cemetery in Pflugerville.

  

Providence Funeral Home
807 Carlos Paker Blvd
Taylor  TX  76574
512-352-5909

  

Thanks to KF5KOE & KD8GB for informing us

  

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