Lillie Mae Maxwell obit
Harless W. McKinney, 3 p.m. Joe Bob Rev. G. Burial Cemetery. Center 5, 1897, a member She Feagins in her three of Dunn Brown Harless Michigan, Lewisville, of of m m y and Elsie Estelle 14 six n e - J a c k s o n ^ was Cliff were Monday at Theo Burial Little Elm in at in Smith City, of the his wife; of of Mrs. III.: Mo. Home 14, be held at Prosper Church McClarty Grove 2' : . Mike Joe Templin Bryant, a pontoon boat. Witnesses said the youngster went overboard after a gun had fallen to the bottom of the lake. It is believed he suffered cramps in the water. He was born Feb. 8, i960, in McKinney. He was a member of Prosper United Methodist Church. Survivors include his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Frank O'Dell of Prosper; his grandparents, Mr. andMrs. John O'Dell of Pilot Point, and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Templin of Prosper; and his great-grandmother. Mrs. Mae Homer of Los Angeles, Calif.; and four sisters, Joy O'Dell, Roxanne O'Dell, Jana O'Dell and Kandi Templin, all of Prosper. Pallbearers were John Finnell, Craig Hamby, Chris Jones, Mitch Malone, Jeff Scott, Ernest Waller, James Parmer, Gary Reeves, Melton Robbins and Mark Wilson. Arminta McCurley LEWISVILLE -- Funeral services for Arminta B. McCurley, 94, of Lewisville. will be held at 2:30 p.m. Monday at the University Place Church of Christ in Lewisville with Roger Johnson and Robert Parish officiating. Burial will be at Old Hall Cemetery. Born Nov. 6, 1880 in Harrison. Ark., Mrs. McCurley died Sunday. She had been a longtime Denton County resident. She married Robert Lee McCurley in 1897 in Lake Dallas. He preceded her in death in 1963. She was a member of the University Place Church of Christ. She is survived by five daughters, Georgia Taylor of Oklahoma City. Orpha Sanders, and Bertha Savage both of Lewisville. Lois Belcher of Abilene and Mayola Moore of Waco: one son. Ross McCurley of L e w i s v i l l e : one brother. John D. Moore of Pilot Point; I I grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren/ Lucas-Halden Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers will be Glen Savage, Dale Fleegle, Clint Ho wet h, Wendell Taylor. Clay McCurley and Mark McCurley. Liliie Maxwell Funeral services for LilHe Mae ; Maxwell. 80, of 607 Magnolia, were held Sunday at the Schmitz-Floyd- H a m l e t t Funeral Chapel with Dr. Philip Walker and Dr. Wesley V. Hite officiating. officiating. Burial was at Roselawn Memorial Park. Born July 27 1894 in Lexington. Ala., she died Friday at Flow Memorial Hospital. She married Clarence Maxwell Dec. 24. 191(5 in Aubrey. She had been a resident, of Denton County since 1910 and was a member of the Methodist church. She is survived by her husband; one daughter, Dorothy M. Cherry of Dallas; one sister, Bessie Richardson of Denton; one brother, Wilson Springer of Emery; two grandsons, John W. Karnes III of Waco and ; Merle E. Karnes of Dallas; and one granddaughter. Pallbearers were Mike Springer, Bill Springer, Warren Walker, Byron Handley, Mason Kearby and W. K. Mulker. Ron Hunt Funeral services for Ron Hunt, 30, of Piano were held at iO:30 a.m. Monday at Pemberton Funeral Home Chapel with Father Becker officiating. Burial was at Ridgeview Cemetery. Mr. Hunt was killed in an a u t o m o b i l e a c c i d e n t Saturday night in Fairfield. He was born May?, 1944, in Oklahoma. He married Beth Dougherty May 20, 1969, in Mobile, Ala. He was a member of the Catholic Church. Survivors other than his wife included two daughters, Shannon Ann Hunt and Melissa Hope Hunt, both of Piano; and one son. Ronald Dean Hunt Jr. of Piano. Services Held ROY VIRGLE ROBERSON, ROBERSON, 79, of 2320 James Street, services were held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Goen Funeral Home Chapel. The Rev. Virgil Brown officiated. B u r i a l was at Roselawn Memorial Park. Pallbearers were Royce Mason, Calial Mason, Duane Roberson, Sandy Beauchamp, Jim Oliver and Ronnie Brown. Goen Funeral Home was in charge of arrangments. FRANCES SUE CHANCELLOR. CHANCELLOR. 34, services were held at 2 p.m. Friday at the First United Methodist Church of Alvord. The Rev. George Thompson officied, assisted by the Rev. McClain G. Smith. Burial was at Alvord Cemetery. Owens- Brumley was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Marion Easley, James Redwine, Billy Jack Lynch, Marion Yale. Raymond Barnett. James Wheelis, Willard Howell and Willis. ERNEST GUY SAMPLER, 91, of Decatur services held Friday Christian Funeral Chapel Officiating were Taylor and A. A. Burial was at Sycamore Cemetery. Pallbearers Edgar Clark. T. N. Joe England, Ervin McKinney, Dude Wille Jobe, Leslie J. R. Branch. ESSIE H. ROBERTS, of 1934 Laurel wood, were held at 2 p m. at -Schmitz-Floyd-Hamlett Funeral Home Chapel. Rev. T. Herbert Mmga the Rev. Charles officiated Bunal was Roselawn Memorial Pallbearers were Dr. Penley, Dr. W. A. Dr. F. W. Cothran, C Bovell, Ternll W King George Hillman, Taylor and Gene Owen. G E O R G E McBRIDE, 68. 610 shaw, services were 1 p.m. Saturday at Schmitz-Floyd-Hamlett Home Chapel. The Charles Ivy and the Theo Wright officiated. Burial was at Roselawn Memorial Park. were Richard Wiggs. Baker, Nick Stabile, Ricks, Mike McCHnton Jack Kline. M M A R Y E M M S C H U E R M A Ruddell No. 148, services were held at ll Saturday at Immaculate Conception Catholic The Rev. Joseph 4 A . Schumacher and the James R. Miller Burial was at Little National Cemetery in Rock, Ark., under of Schmitz-Floyd-Hamlett Funeral Home. Pallbearers were Sy Aldridge. Mark Brown, John Harris, Garbacik, Tony Barreck Buddy Barreck. LIZZIE MAE MAPLES, 69, Route 1, Aubrey, were held at 3 p.m. at the Schmitz-Floyd- Hamlett Funeral Chapel. The Rev. Hollis officiated. Burial was T r i n i t y Pallbearers were Maples, Dale Canlrell, Cantrell, Billy Cantrell. James Elliot and Justus. . A 34-year-old Denton woman is facing charges of with intent to murder. The woman was arrested by Denton police officers following a shooting Sunday at an apartment on Her husband, wounded in the left foot by a bullet, was taken to Flow hospital. Officers are also investigating a burglary which at 1216 Avc. A. Taken was a stereo, radio, some records, a piggy bank and rings. Two speakers were also taken from a home in block of Lattimore.