<"• Friday W.D. Skaggs dies; rites LAKE JACKSON — Funeral services for Willie Dee Skaggs, 49, of 102 Bois D'arc, are scheduled for 2 p.m. Friday at the First Baptist Church with Dr. James Mnhoncy officiating. Masonic graveside services and burial will follow at Restwood Memorial Park. Skaggs, a 23-year resident of Lake Jackson, died Wednesday shortly after being taken to Community Hospital in the Lake Jackson Emergency Car. He was n sergeant with the Industrial Security Department of the Dow Chemical Co. He was a Mason and a member of the American legion. Survivors include his wife, Lucille; a son, Kenneth Skaggs who lived at home; tsvo daughters, Mrs. Sheila (Doug) Matthews of Angleton and Mrs. Donna (El) Simon of Port Neches; mother, Mrs. J. N. Rollins of Van Alstyne, Tex.; three brothers, A. D. Skaggs of Gainsville, Charlie Skaggs of Lake Jackson, and Marshall Skaggs of Sherman. Also seven sisters, Mrs. J. H. Cooper of Mesquite, Mrs. Mattie Gary and Mrs. Eber Swindle of Dallas, Mrs. Charles Mathis and Mrs. Ray Lockard of Van Alstyne, Mrs. J. L. Morriss of Mesquite and Mrs. J. C. Rollins of McKinney; and a grandsom. Pallbearers will be 0. E. Pyles, Willie Smith, Gene Ellis, I. J. Sutton, Adrian King and J. B. Hess. Honorary pallbearers will be all fn- dustrial Security Department employees.