and wife, Susie; Marilyn Elizabeth Benham and husband, JE; and Ken Paul Lambert and wife, Jo Linda; 10 Grandchildren: Walter Ivy Lambert, III (Trey) and wife, Renee; Leslie Arnold Lambert and wife, Tracy; Britain Del Alan Brewer and wife, Jammie; Jess Ivy Benham; Marijon Elizabeth (Benham) Waldron and husband, Joe; Shelly Benham Allen and husband, Sam; Landon Paul Lambert; Brady Lee Lambert and wife, Kaitlin; Phil Neskoirk; and Danny Neskoirk and wife, Donya; 20 great grandchildren and many nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. In the years that followed he held numerous leadership posts, culminating with his service as Command Master Chief at Naval Air Station Moffett Field in Mountain View, California during the late-1960s. In a real estate career that spanned 40-plus-years, James was an admired and highly-sought-after real estate broker, who earned the trust and respect of hundreds of repeat customers often listing, selling and reselling the same homes year after year. R., to join him in the real estate business, and together they partnered for nearly three decades, becoming one of the highest-producing teams in the North San Diego County area.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to CRMC Hospice at PO Box 1030, Childress, TX 79201, to Cottage Village at 204 5th St NE, Childress, TX 79201, or to First Baptist Church at 300 Ave C NW, Childress, TX 79201. His family life was even more prolific than his public career.
Edna Mae was a member of the First Baptist Church for 70 years, and was active in Adult Fellowship class.
She was active in farming with her husband and family for 70 years.
There will be a luncheon for friends and family at am, the funeral at pm, with burial immediately following at Northfield Cemetery (near intersection of FM94 and FM656). of Amarillo and Greg Hill of Dallas; two stepchildren, Erika Evans and Dylan Roberts; three sisters, Nancy Bragg of Amarillo, Patricia Bragg and husband Gayland and Becky Young, all of Wichita Falls; and five grandchildren, Zakory Hill, Brooklyn Stach, Tyler Evans, Lacy Roberts and Zadie Roberts. Lon Ray Morris Lon Ray Morris, 72, died Sunday, May 4, 2014 in Childress. Lon Ray was born on March 19, 1942 in Childress to John Thomas and Janie Irene (Miller) Morris.
The funeral will be on Saturday, May 17 at Calvary Baptist Church in Childress. He was raised in Childress, where he graduated from Childress High School before his enlistment in the Navy. Survivors include his wife, Lesa Roberts of Amarillo; two sons, Ricky Dale Hill Jr.These days youll find her up at dawnhoe in handchopping cotton. Though he left Childress to embark upon an illustrious naval career, the town and state he called home was always with him.Good exercise, she says, and a good way to spot worms and weevils. Born in Tell, Texas on February 21, 1924 to James and Virginia Shippey, he attended Childress public schools, including Childress High School, until he enlisted in the U. The Texas pioneering spirit his parents ingrained in him served him well in the Navy, and he was promoted from recruit to E-6 in less than two years an accomplishment that can take nearly an entire career today.She has been known to be up before the sun was up gathering black-eyed peas to find a badger prowling around in the garden.She asked him what he was doing up before the sun, and then killed him with a 5-gallon bucket.