Obituaries

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Gloria Jane McCormic Alford

Funeral services for Gloria Jane McCormic Alford, were held July 24 at the Toledo Church of Christ. She was born in Many on May 23, 1944 to Fred and Jane McCormic. She passed away on July 21, 2018 in Many. She is preceded in death by her parents; husband, Jerry Alford; and brothers, Sammy and Luke “Skipper” McCormic. She is survived by her son, Kevin Alford and wife, Jackie; daughter, Trina Gentry and husband, Keith; grandchildren, Laura Hovermale, Andrew Alford and wife, Rachel, Ryan Gentry and wife, Terra, Jeremy Gentry and wife, Lauren, and Makenzie Alford; great grandchildren, Ayden Hovermale, Mayzlie Hovermale, Kendall Alford, Braylan “Lil Soldier” Alford, and Rylie “Rosebud” Gentry; brother, John McCormic and wife, Tina; nephews, Sammy McCormic, Tim McCormic, and Luke Bickham; niece, Tabitha McCormic; great nephew, Anthony Bickham; honorary friends, Glenda Rogers, Joyce Townsend, and Sherry and George Strickland; along with a host of cousins.

Wed
18
Jul
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Thomas DeVayne Hollis Jr.

Thomas DeVayne Hollis Jr., 80, passed away July 6, 2018 at the George E. Wahlen Ogden Veterans Home from complications caused by Agent Orange. Tom was born June 24, 1938, in Many to Lillian Cooper and Thomas DeVanye Hollis Sr. He was the oldest of four children: his sister, Dorothy and brothers, Bobby and Larry. He grew up in Many, and later moved to Hornbeck, where he enjoyed swimming and fishing in lakes. He excelled in sports, especially basketball and baseball. Tom served two Tours of Duty in Vietnam. He started his military career in the Navy, then the Marines and retired with 21 years of service in the Army. He served in the Army as a Paratrooper with the 101st Airborne and as a Medic. He was known for his bravery, honesty, hard work, and dedication as a soldier, earning numerous awards and medals including the Meritorious Service Medal. He retired from Civil Service from Hill Air Force Base, Utah.

Wed
18
Jul
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Noe R. Garcia

Memorial services for Noe R. Garcia, 86, of Zwolle will be held Wednesday, July 18 at 10 a.m. at Warren Meadows Funeral Home Chapel in Many. He was born Wednesday, December 30, 1931 in Pleasanton, Texas, and passed away on Saturday, July 14, 2018 at his home in Zwolle. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Martha Lee Garcia; parents, Melecio and Maria Rodriguez Garcia; and grandson, Kyle Taylor Hall.

Wed
11
Jul
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Dave Glen Weaver

Funeral services for Dave Glen Weaver were July 5 at Hornbeck Full Gospel Church with the Rev. Buddy Freeman officiating. Burial followed in Pisgah Cemetery under the direction of Jeane’s Funeral Service. He was born on June 30, 1966, in Corvallis, Oregon and passed away on July 2, 2018, in Hornbeck at the age of 52. He grew up in Hornbeck, attended Hornbeck High School, and was a member of Hornbeck Full Gospel Church. For many years, Dave worked as a heavy equipment operator for J.D. Lites Company. He was a jack of all trades who loved to hunt and fish. Spending time with his family was the thing that Dave loved the most. He was preceded in death by his parents, George Jr. and Francis Weaver; grandparents, George Sr. and Frieda Weaver, and Glen and Sylvia Gibson; brother, Ferlin Knippers; sister, Cheryl Sigler; nephew, Davin Russ and niece, Shantell Knippers.

Wed
11
Jul
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Greg Barber

Funeral services for Greg Barber, 53, of Many was held July 9 at Lewing Chapel with the Reverends Donnie Paul Lewing and Joe Hendrickson officiating. Burial followed in the Lewing Chapel Cemetery. He was born on Monday, April 12, 1965 in Many, and passed away on Friday, July 6, 2018 in Many. He was preceded in death by his parents, Johnny Lamar Barber and Delores Azlea Lewing Barber; J.W. Weldon; brother, John Gavin Barber; maternal grandfather, Lud Lewing; maternal grandmother, Gladys Lewing; and paternal grandparents, John and Maybelle Barber. He is survived by his wife of 32 years, Denise Barber of Many; sister, Elda Veuleman and husband, Jerry, of Many; brothers, Terry Tedder and wife, Pam, of Many, Gary Joe Tedder of Texas and Pat Weldon of Hemphill, Texas; special nephew/son, Rick McConnell, Jr. and wife, Kristen, of Many; special grandchildren, Gavyn and Gynger McConnell; along with a host of nieces, nephews and friends.

Wed
11
Jul
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Larry Brandon Maroney Jr.

Services for Larry Brandon Maroney Jr. were held July 5 at the Wallace Baptist Church in Pelican. The Rev. Jeff Jinks officiated. Interment followed at the Beulah Cemetery in Marthaville. He was preceded in death by his father, Larry Brandon Maroney, Sr.; maternal grandparents, Marvin and Ernel Frazier; paternal grandparents, Waylon and Louise Maroney; and cousins, D.J. Frazier and Isabelle Hope Frazier. Left to cherish his memory is his mother, Janet Kay Frazier Maroney of Pleasant Hill; sister, Jennifer Callens and husband, Jason, of Stonewall; uncles, Darren Frazier and wife, Kathy, Basil Maroney and wife, Gayla, of Pleasant Hill and Huey Maroney and wife, Mary Jane, of Shreveport; aunts, Marty Wilcher and husband, Larry of Queen City, Texas and Waverlyn Wilson and husband, Robbie, of Natchitoches; special nephew, Coltyn Maroney; niece and nephew, Hailey Peacock and Wade Callens; and by a host of other relatives and many friends.

Wed
11
Jul
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Dorothy Ann Grove

Graveside services for Dorothy Ann Grove, 79, of Shreveport were held June 24 at Mt. Zion Cemetery with the Rev. Spencer Lovitt officiating. She was born on Saturday, February 4, 1939 in Many, and passed away on Friday, June 22, 2018 at Life Care Hospital in Shreveport. She was preceded in death by her husband, Kenneth E. Grove; parents, Rufus and Effie Brumley Savell; sisters, Margie Brown and Carolyn Barnhill; and brother, Charles Savell. She is survived by her son, Bruce Grove and wife, Tracy, of Greenwood; brothers, James L. Savell and wife, Linda, of Mineloa, Texas and Barry Savell and wife, Millie, of Natchitoches; grandchildren, Paige Tynes and husband, Jason, of Gloster, Alanna Boyd and husband, Wayne, of Stonewall and Brandon Grove of Greenwood; great grandchildren, Kenzie, Mac, Gracie, Payton, Annaleigh, Blakely, Skyler and Cooper Joe; along with a host of family and friends.

Wed
11
Jul
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Sarah Lou Bright Maines

A remembrance and celebration service for Sarah Lou Bright Maines, 64 of Gladewater, Texas were held July 9 at White Oak Community Church located in White Oak, Texas. On June 29, 2018, we lost a loving wife and mother, faithful sister, caring friend, and devoted teacher. Sarah is survived by her two children, Matt Maines and wife, Shelli, of White Oak, Texas and Melissa Maines of Kilgore, Texas; grandchildren, Miller and Lawsyn Maines of White Oak, Texas; mother, Pearl Ethelene Bright of Natchitoches; sisters Beth Windham of Natchitoches and Rhonda Kuhlmann and husband Lee of Slidell. Sarah’s life was full of love and guided by the principles of teaching, service to others, and finding the good in all things. Sarah touched the lives of not only her family, but all those she impacted as a teacher, principal, and counselor at Overton, White Oak and Gladewater school districts throughout her 26 years in education.

Wed
11
Jul
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William “Tommy” Maines

A remembrance and celebration service William Thomas “Tommy” Maines, 66, of Gladewater, Texas was held July 9 at White Oak Community Church in White Oak, Texas. On June 29, 2018, we lost a loving husband, devoted father, caring brother, and thoughtful friend. Tommy is survived by his children, Matt Maines and wife, Shelli, of White Oak, Texas and Melissa Maines of Kilgore; grandchildren, Miller and Lawsyn Maines of White Oak, Texas; and sister, Rachael Gardiner of Natchitoches. Tommy was an avid hunter and fisherman who took joy in the simple things in life. He could normally be found in a pair of camouflage overalls talking up a storm with family and friends or outside training his hunting dog. Tommy spent over 40 years in the food distribution industry and worked for Brookshire’s, Sysco, Fresh Country, and B.B. Taylor.

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03
Jul
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Lynnquithis January

Funeral services for Lynnquithis Lee January were held June 30 at the Florien High School auditorium with the Rev. Bruce E. Garner Sr. officiating. Internment followed in Pilgrim Star Cemetery in Florien. He was born April 12, 1995 to Sophia Collier and Lynn Donald January Jr. in Natchitoches, and was the oldest of six children. He passed away June 18, 2018. Left to cherish his memory are his wife, Brittany Carter-January; sons, Za’Lynn Brignac and Kingsley January; daughter, McKinlee January; parents, Sophia Collier and Lynn January Jr. and step-mother, Likuan; maternal grandparents, Shirley Collier and Robert Collier Sr., and step-grandmother, Lana; paternal grandparents, Louvenia Johnson and husband, Harmie; brothers, Jalynn January, Toni January, and Lynn D. January III; sister, Angel Collier and Anaysia January; and a host of uncles, aunts, cousins, and friends. The family of our beloved Lynnquinthis sincerely appreciate everyone that thought of us on this difficult day.

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