Obituaries

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02
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Reta Nicholson

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02
Nov

Willow Brooke DuBose

Willow Brooke DuBose, 19 of Lometa, TX died October 29, 2016 at her home. Willow was born July 22, 1997 in Llano, TX the daughter of Janie Ann Leach and Jason J. Harding. She had just graduated from high school, where she enjoyed cheerleading, track and basketball. She attended First Baptist Church in Lometa. Willow is survived by her mother, Janie Kirby; father, Jason Harding; grandfather, Sid Leach; brothers, Bradley Cole, Preston Cole, Skylar Harding, Willie DuBose and Brandon DubBose; fiance', Thomas Reyes; aunts, Misti Brown and Melissa Leach and many other relatives. Viewing will be at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, November 3, 2016 at First Baptist Church in Lometa. Funeral begins at 10:30 a.m. with burial following the service in Senterfitt Cemetery. Sneed Funeral Chapel in charge of arrangements.
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02
Nov

Marion “Merk” Harris

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26
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Glenn “Skeeter” Grumbles

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26
Oct

Arkley Tabor “Bud” Bell

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19
Oct

Jimmy Don Simpson

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19
Oct

Allie Dee Sterns

Wed
19
Oct

Heather Marie Rodriguez

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12
Oct

Albert Gonzales

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05
Oct

Shirley Mullins Dickison

Shirley Dickison, 95, passed away in San Saba, Texas, on Wednesday. September 28, 2016. She was born October 3, 1920 in Bloomington, Texas, to Van and Daisy (Clark) Mullins. Shirley married Forest Dickison on July 6, 1940 in San Saba, Texas. Shirley experienced many adventures in her life. In 1943, Shirley and Forest took a big chance and moved to the San Francisco, California area, where they worked in the ship yards building war ships. They both worked as welders. Being a small woman, she worked in tight crawl spaces that were too small for men welders. She said it was not pleasant, but someone had to do it. After the war they returned to San Saba. Shirley was a plant lover and in 1963 she started a business collecting, trading, and selling cactus and succulents worldwide. She and two friends would go cactus hunting in Mexico to supply her business. On one of her trips she discovered a new and rare cactus.

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