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She shared a single bed in that house with four of her sisters sleeping three at the head and two at the foot.Emma met her husband, George Estes, shortly after she graduated from Wellington High School in 1929, and ran away after a brief courtship to marry him on September 10, 1929 just weeks before the fall of the stock market and the start of the Great Depression.Survivors include his wife, Mary Nell of Wellington; a son, Jimmy Patterson and wife Alice of Carnegie, Okla.; two daughters, Janet Brown and Beverly Cooper and husband Jeff of Wellington; seven grandchildren, Jared Patterson and wife Robin, Joe Patterson and wife Bree, John Patterson and wife Lauren, Brandi Childers and husband Seth, Kari Eudey and husband Andy, Kirbi Turner and husband Lonnie and Kristin Emmerson; and seven great grandchildren, Coyt and Colt Patterson, Riggin Patterson, Wade and Hadlee Patterson, Bryson Brown and Carson Childers. He then entered the petroleum industry where Mike worked for various companies in all aspects of the petroleum and manufacturing industry all over the U. He worked in the Houston area the last 23 years as a senior buyer and procurement specialist in the petroleum industry. Survivors include her three children, Bill White and wife Susie of Amarillo, Beth Graham and husband Bugs of Mount Juliet, Tenn.
It was a house where she and her brothers and sisters came of age and the house where she returned to give birth to all four of her children in the comfort and safety of her Mother and Father.Pat attended the First Baptist Church in Morton where she was a member of the church choir.She was also a member of the Emily Smith Study Club of Morton.Honorary pallbearers were Willie Gragson, Jackie Barnett, Johnny Barnett, Jon Sessions, Raymond Fike, Lynn Mays, Alex Molina and Robert Owens. A time of casual gathering of friends, family, co-workers and fishermen was held May 20 from 5 to 9 p.m. He was a self taught man who was able to try and do anything and fix and repair just about everything. He was a member of the Houston Texas Oilmans Bass Club and Strawbridge United Methodist Church. They will be blessed with the arrival of a great grandchild soon. May 11 at Boxwell Brothers Funeral Home in Amarillo. Tom Huntress, pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church, officiating. Bettye was also preceded in death by a brother, Randolph Hunt and two sisters, Billye Houchin and Doris Carman.Mike was preceded in death by his father, Robert Quincy Barjenbruch and his daughter, Carrie Barjenbruch. Long, age 83 of Hollis, Okla., passed away Thursday evening, May 22, 2014 at Harmon Memorial Hospital in Hollis. May 27 at the Hollis Church of Christ with Tommy Middlebrook officiating. Memorials may be made to High Plains Childrens Home, 11461 S Western St., Amarillo TX 79118. Bettye Hunt Conant Bettye Hunt Conant, age 88 of Wellington, died Friday, April 11, 2014 in Arlington. Burial was in Fairview Cemetery by Adams Funeral Home. Survivors include her son, David Conant of Arlington; a grandson, David Conant of Arlington; and a great granddaughter, Aubrie Conant. Dan Trew Dan Trew, age 85 of Fort Worth, a retired public schools principal and college professor, passed away peacefully in his sleep on Saturday morning, March 29, 2014. April 5 at University Baptist Church in Fort Worth with Dr. Interment was at Greenwood Memorial Park in Fort Worth. on April 4 at Thompsons Harveson and Cole Funeral Home.
The family greeted friends at Harmon County Funeral Home on May 26 from 6 until 7 p.m. Lockhart, age 79 of Wellington, died Saturday, May 17, 2014 in Wellington. Dan loved the Shrine as it embraced causes dear to his heart and fellow Shriners were his closest of friends. He never met a stranger and as an educator, he focused his energies and attention on struggling youth.