Roy Kimbrough hit by car/dies 9 Apr
Man Hit By Car, Dies BRECKENH1DGE (RNS) - A 47 - year - old Breckenridge man was hilled early Sunday when lie was siruck'by a car in downtown RrBckenijflge. Roy Kimbrough was dead on arrival at Stephens Memorial Memorial Hospital at 12:35 a.m. Sunday. Norman Brewer, also of Bredtenridge,..was driver of the auto. Brewer .was taking his granddaughter, - from Dallas, to the hospital after she became became ill while visiting him here when lie said Kimbrough suddenly raw across the street into the path of the ear. Brewer Brewer said he did not see him soon enough (o avuid hitting him. City P a t r o 1 m a n Marvin Thorne, who assisted in investigating investigating the accident,, said' I here were no other witnesses. He sain that he did not nhlici pate any charges in the incident. incident. Others investigating the accident accident were Sheriff Elon Campbell, Deputy Sheriff Lome Hall and Mice Sgt. Burl Carey. . Funeral is pending for Kimbrough. Kimbrough. at Melton "Funeral Home. Mr. Kimbrough was born ' Sept, 1. 1925, in Wrl - ht City, Okla. He was a restaurant cook in Fort Worth for 20 years before moving to Breckcnridge Breckcnridge in January 1970. He was employed as a cook at Quail Restaurant west of Breckem - idge and .was formerly formerly employed by the Maride.e. Hestaurani. He married Genevieve John son June 21, 3970. in Breckcn - , ridge. He was a veteran of World War fj, and a member of the Baptist Church: Survivors are his wife, Genevieve; Genevieve; one daughter, Tina Renee Kimbrough of Kansas City, Mo.; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Shu - ley Marie Hare and Eva iVell Johnson, both of Ereckenridge; ' two stepsons, Rhuel Johnson, stationed in Vietnam, and Walter Eugene Johnson of Ereckenridge; one" sister, Mrs. D. A. Freeman of Longview: two brothers, Marshall Marshall Kimbi'ough of Hereford and Troy Kimbrough of Dallas; Dallas; and one granddaughter; .