Obituaries

Wed
25
May

Green

Services for Randy Green, 61, were held at Erman Smith Funeral Home with Eric Lynch and Larry Green o ciating. Interment was in Crossroads Cemetery. Mr. Green died May 21 at Medical City Dallas Hospital. He was born April 12, 1955 in Dallas. He worked at the Faulkner Chevrolet service Center and was a member of the Mission Church in Mount Pleasant. He is survived by one son, Brandon Green of Joshua; three grandchildren, Cason, Makayla and Hanna Green; three brothers, Larry Green of Mount Pleasant, Roy Green of Pittsburg and Jimmy Green of Pittsburg. He was preceded in death by his parents James Irvin Green and Bonnie Faye Blair Green. Pallbearers were Tommy Green, Danny Green Brian Green, J. T. Self, Steven Green and James Green. Honorary pallbearers were employees of Faulkner Chevrolet. Online condolences may be le at www.ermansmith funeralhome.net.

Wed
18
May

Hammonds

Services for Mark Hammonds, 42, of Gilmer were held on Tuesday, May 3, at 2:00 p.m., at Croley Funeral Home Chapel in Gilmer with Pastor Jim Wolstenholm o ciating. Mr. Hammonds passed away Saturday, April 30, 2016 at a Longview hospital. Mr. Hammonds was born on July 17, 1973, in Mount Pleasant to David Paul and Luann Abshier Hammonds. He was employed with Upshur Rural Electric, a lifetime resident of Upshur County and was a member of the Gilmer Church of the Nazarene. He is survivedbyhiswife,DanielleHammonds ofGilmer; children, Brandie Hammonds of Big Sandy, Melissa Hammonds of Longview, Louren ompson of Gilmer, Dillon ompson of Gilmer, Joseph Hammonds of Gilmer, and Victoria Hammonds of Gilmer; father and step-mother, David and Marsha Hammonds of Mount Pleasant; mother and step-dad, Luann and James Jones of Pittsburg; sister, Lori Hooper of Pittsburg; step-brothers, Bryan Lawrence of Mount Pleasant, T.J.

Wed
18
May

Morse

Services for Johnny W. Morse, 80, were held May 14, at Erman Smith Funeral Home Chapel with Interment in Oakwood Cemetery. He was born in Corsicana Jan. 25, 1936. He died May 9 at his home.

Wed
18
May

Prante

Kim Rene Lucas Prante, 45, died Saturday, May 7 at her home in Leesburg. She was born June 14, 1970 in Grapevine.

Wed
18
May

Walker

Granville Hodges Walker, Jr. of Pittsburg passed away Friday, May 6 at the age of 75. He was born Dec. 16, 1940 in Madill, Okla. to Granville H. Walker, Jr. and Eula Dell Adams Walker. On Oct. 23, 1960 he married Mary O’Hearn in Sunny Slope, Ariz. During their 55 years of marriage, the couple would laugh, love and raise three children, Vicki, Glenn and Gary. Following a two year stint in the U. S. Army, Granville transferred to the Navy where he spent another four years. During his time in the Navy he worked as a machinist and as an engine mechanic aboard the aircra carrier USS Hancock. He was a devoted husband and father and treasured the time he was able to spend with his family. Although his abilities were limited by a stroke in 2000, he continued to enjoy woodworking, gardening and canning with his wife Mary. Mr. Walker is survived by the love of his life, Mary, a daughter Vicki reatt and husband Tony; son Gary H.

Wed
18
May

Allen

Clifford Earl Allen died May 11 at the Clairmont Nursing Home in Tyler and was buried in Rocky Mound Cemetery in Rocky Mound. He was born in Gilmer May 21, 1957.

Wed
18
May

Rozell

Services for Terry John Rozell, 65, were held May 12 at Bethel Cemetery in Franklin County with Gene Lee o ciating. Mr. Rozell was born May 15, 1950 in Borger. He died Tuesday, May 10 at East Texas Medical Center in Tyler. He served in the U. S. Army for six years from 1969 to 1975. He also had a passion for motocycles, especially Harley-Davidsons and enjoyed riding his black 1947 Nucklehead for many years. Survivors include his wife Sherry; two sons, James Terry Rozell and wife Lisa of Paris and Harley Rozell of Pittsburg; one daughter, Krystal Yandle and husband Aaron of Pittsburg; seven grandchildren; one brother Tommy Rozell and wife Teri of Pittsburg; brother-in-law, Jesse Garcia. Pallbearers were Chris Rozell, Brandon Newman, Carl Rozell, Tony Rozell, Rodey Jack Landers, Ty McPhearson, Larry Caviness and Mark Harrison. Honorary pallbearers were Michael Landers and Josh Nelson. Online condolences may be le at ermansmithfuneralhome.net.

Wed
18
May

Rozell

Services for Terry John Rozell, 65, were held May 12 at Bethel Cemetery in Franklin County with Gene Lee o ciating. Mr. Rozell was born May 15, 1950 in Borger. He died Tuesday, May 10 at East Texas Medical Center in Tyler. He served in the U. S. Army for six years from 1969 to 1975. He also had a passion for motocycles, especially Harley-Davidsons and enjoyed riding his black 1947 Nucklehead for many years. Survivors include his wife Sherry; two sons, James Terry Rozell and wife Lisa of Paris and Harley Rozell of Pittsburg; one daughter, Krystal Yandle and husband Aaron of Pittsburg; seven grandchildren; one brother Tommy Rozell and wife Teri of Pittsburg; brother-in-law, Jesse Garcia. Pallbearers were Chris Rozell, Brandon Newman, Carl Rozell, Tony Rozell, Rodey Jack Landers, Ty McPhearson, Larry Caviness and Mark Harrison. Honorary pallbearers were Michael Landers and Josh Nelson. Online condolences may be le at ermansmithfuneralhome.net.

Wed
11
May

Marshall

Robert Wayne “Blackjack” Marshall of Pittsburg passed away Wednesday, May 4 at the age of 72 surrounded by family and friends after a long battle with cancer. He was born March 6, 1944 in Pittsburg to Robert Weldon Marshall and Edna Muriel Marshall. He was a member of the Methodist Church in Seven Points, Texas. When he began his fight with cancer he returned to Pittsburg to be close to family. Although he was unable to attend, he met frequently with his friend and local pastor, Rockie Simpler who is connected with the Circle C Cowboy Church in Mt Pleasant.

Wed
27
Apr

Burke

Services for Randall “Randy” Burke, 60, were held Saturday, April 23 with the Rev. Jim Rawlins officiating. Interment was in Crossroads Cemetery. He was born Feb. 12, 1956 in Toledo, Ohio. He died Wednesday, April 20 at East Texas Medical Center in Pittsburg. He received his Master’s of Divinity from Brite Divinity School at Texas Christian University in 1987. He was an ordained minister of the First Christian Church and pastored in Mount Pleasant. Lincolnton, N. C., Houston, East Chesterfield/ Winameg Parish, Delta, Ohio and Hennessey, Okla. He was a 32 Degree Master Mason and a member of the Coronado Lodge #56 in Hennessey, Okla. and the Grand Lodge of Oklahoma. He enjoyed riding around Walmart on his scooter, visiting with people and always looked forward to Sunday lunch with his family.

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