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of Lubbock and Justin Means (Becky) of Slaton; four grandchildren, Baylor, Sawyer, and Taylor, Adilynn; and a sister, Carolyn Parker of Boerne. The family suggests memorials to Slaton's First Baptist Church, 255 South 9th St., Slaton, TX 79364. (legacy.com)
Texas; 12 grandchildren, Steven Simons, Jared Mattila, Jason Mattila, Melissa and Tanya Couvion, Bryan Mattila, Amy Mattila, Jacob Mattila, Sophia Mattila, Christopher Farrell, Nicholas Farrell and Justin Farrell; four great-grandchildren; two great-great ... (Daily Mining Gazette)
of Texas; son Phil Ramelb (Linda) of CA, daughter Marvie Ramelb-San Antonio of FL and grandchildren Lani of Abu Dhabi, Kelsey and Bryan of FL: daughter Vilma Dolores (Simeon) and grandchildren Justin and Caiti of CA, son George Ramelb (Jasmine) and ... (Santa Maria Times)
After retirement in 2000, they made their winter home in Edinburg, Texas. Many new friendships were formed and ... grandsons Nathan and Justin Olien; and sisters-in law Patricia Olien and Phyllis Verworn. (The Bismarck Tribune)
Major III and wife, Kieran, of Tulsa, Okla.; brother, Dr. J. Robert Whalin and wife, Mary, of San Marcos, Texas; grandchildren, Jennifer Mecum, Reno, Nev., Katie Mischo (Justin), Champaign, Madalene Bradley (Ryan) of Tulsa, Chuck Major IV (Chelsea ... (The News-Gazette)
The stages of grief are well known. Denial Anger Bargaining Depression Acceptance It's helpful to know the stages if you've lost a loved one through death. Understanding the stages assists in healing and is beneficial in understanding that the feelings you may be experiencing are normal. Some pe...
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