Clipped From The Brookshire Times
Kiffie V. Sfoctdicfe Services Held Monday For Kittle Stockdick Mrs. Kittle Vivian Stockdick, 78, was born October 21, 1891, In Mole- Hill, West Virginia, and passed away March '21, 1970, in a Houston nursing home, where she had lived for the past five years. Mrs. Stockdick was born to Addie Sylvania (Lawson) and Enoch Marsh McOinnis, and on January I, 1916, she was married to Charles Stockdick. "Miss Kittie," as she was lovingly called, spent most of her life in Katy. having come here with her family before 1900 She, her sister Delsie and brother Rex, attended country schools in the area, and before her marriage she taught at Hit Stockdick School. A devoted Christian, faithful to her church, Miss Kittie was a gracious person and a good neighbor who svas loved by all who knew her. Her great love for flowers was manifested in hoi- sharing them with her friends. Funeral services were held Monday morning, March 23rd, at eleven o'clock, at the Apostolic Faith Church with Brother Otto Busch and Brother W. C. Slockdick Ir. officiating, Tntcrment was in Katy Magnolia Cemetery. Surviving Mrs. Slock- dick are two nieces and two nephews, Mrs. Lestei King of Houston, Mrs. A. A. Henderson of Minnesota, R. E. Lovejoy ol Los Angeles, California, and Charles David Me- Ginnis of Woodville Hills, California. Pallbearers were Roland Busch, Richard Barker, Kenneth Elkins, Kenneth Peck, Bubba Peck and Wallace Ditto.