Mission, Texas Funeral Homes

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Mission, Texas Funeral Homes
616 E Tom Landry St
Mission, Texas 78572
(956) 585-1871
219 S Mayberry St
Mission, Texas 78572
(956) 585-2611
923 N Saint Marie St
Mission, Texas 78572
(956) 585-2020
621 E Griffin Pkwy
Mission, Texas 78572
(956) 583-6333
2200 North Conway Avenue
Mission, Texas 78572
(956) 585-2721
Mission, Texas Obituaries and News
Daisy Doris DeBerry Cain February 15, 2017

In 1980, as a result of serious World War II-related health problems, Jim was forced to leave Oregon for a healthier climate and both Jim and Daisy decided to settle in Spring Hill with forays to Jonesboro, Arkansas and Mission, Texas. Jim pursued several ... (Mail Tribune & Daily Tidings)

Mark Allen Vollers February 14, 2017

Star of Hope Mission Houston; Houston Area Women’s Center. The funeral will be held at 11:00 a.m., February 22, 2017 at Christ Church Cathedral, 1117 Texas Ave., Houston, TX 77002, followed by interment at Houston National Cemetery with full military honors. (Alvin Sun Advertiser)

James Johnson, 88 February 15, 2017

James was baptized as an infant, and later confirmed in his faith at the Mission Covenant Church in Minneapolis ... LeNan Thompson and her husband, Rod, of Livingston, TX, and Jill Johnson of Maricopa, CA; siblings Dan Johnson and his wife, Betty, of ... (Herald Journal)

Robert L. Van Dyken February 14, 2017

He graduated medical school from the University of Texas-Galveston Medical Branch and completed residency ... forgiving, loving, faithful, mission-minded, good man has earned his crown of righteousness and is enjoying a front row seat at the biggest ... (Bozeman Daily Chronicle)

Timothy E. Newtson February 13, 2017

They moved to Mission and Tim went to school at Washington in Pendleton ... Tim worked on large projects in California, Louisiana, South Dakota, Colorado, Texas and other states building bridges, dams, and factories. His biggest job was in Louisiana ... (East Oregonian)