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Charles George

September 24th, 1949 - April 6th, 2010

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Charlie owned and operated George Brothers Fabrication in Midland. He attended Highland Methodist Church.
Charlie loved to play golf and work on his Jaguar. He loved to swim and lay in the sun.
Charlie was from the AHS Class of 1968

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From Barbara Hester "Dockall" on May 21st, 2010
Charlie was so fun to hang around with.  He was the life of the party no matter where you were.  I enjoyed him so much and I am sorry I never got the chance to tell him...Goodbye Charlie...we will see you again.  I wish we could have played golf together.

Tommy Gatlin

November 21st, 1963 - April 15th, 2002

Tommy Gatlin, my son was one of the highlights of my life.  It has been 8 years now and not a day goes by that I don't think of him and miss him.  Tommy was a wonderful Son,Dad,Brother,Uncle,and the list goes on. For those of you who have last a child the pain never goes away we just have to find "a new normal" in our life and with the help of God, you find a way to go on. 



From Marvilyn Elaine Blair Bohannan on March 17th, 2018
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Ralph Tucker

July 30th, 1942 - January 29th, 2006

Ralph was a great husband, father, grandfather, and friend.  He worked for Halliburton for 33 years before retiring to the farm in Blanket, Texas in 2001. He loved to play golf and hunt with his children and grandchildren. He has been greatly missed.



From Robert (Lefty) Cummins on July 8th, 2010
I lived just two doors north of Ralph in the late fifties. Right out of high school in '58, my folks moved to Okla. I stayed in Andrews. I rented the little apt. (ground floor  at the back of the garage) from Ralph's mother. He was a dear friend. It was an honor to have known him.

Deborah Gonzalez (Scarborough)

June 4th, 1961 - July 10th, 2010

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Deborah Lynn Gonzales, 49 of Andrews, passed from this life, July 10, 2010 at Permian Regional Medical Center in Andrews, Texas.

A visitation will be held Tuesday, July 13, between 7:00-9:00 P.M. at McNett Funeral Home in Andrews.

Funeral Services will be Wednesday, July 14, at 4:00 P.M. at Wesley United Methodist Church in Andrews, under the direction of McNett Funeral Home. Rev. Guy Crawford will officiate.

Deborah was born in Gaines County, June 4, 1961 to Johnny and Judy Scarbrough. She lived most of her life in Andrews. Debbie attended Andrews Schools and graduated from AHS in May 1978. She earned a Bachelors’ degree from UTPB in 2001. She was a substitute teacher in the Andrews Independent School District for many years. She also taught Severe and Profound Special Education in Gonzales, Texas for 3 years and 1 year in Victoria. Debbie and her husband, Juan Gonzales returned to Andrews in July 2008.

Debbie was a member of the Wesley United Methodist Church in Andrews. Most of all, she loved God, her precious family and close friends and the time she spent with them.
Debbie is preceded in death by her grandparents, Roland and Bess Blocker of Andrews, Raymond and Helen Scarbrough of Odessa; her aunt, Beverly Blocker of Andrews; uncles, Spud Blocker of Midland and Rudy Gonzales of Pearsall, Texas and one precious grandson, Caiden John Randolph.
Debbie is survived by her husband, Juan Gonzales, residing in Andrews; daughter, Mandy Randolph and partner, Chelley Jones of Round Rock; son, Chris Randolph and wife, Mesha of Odessa; her parents, Johnny and Judy Scarbrough of Andrews; mother-n-law, Evarista Gonzales of Pearsall; grandchildren, Justin, Nathaniel, Bryan and Amaris Gonzales all of Dilly, Texas and a host of dear and loving friends.

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From Terri Camobell Stone on July 13th, 2010
My thoughts and prayers go out to her mom and dad and her husband and kids.

Ronnie Purtell

June 8th, 1947 - December 3rd, 1998

Ronnie was a great big brother.  Always there for me.  I still miss him every day of my life.



From Jo Anne Henderson on July 30th, 2016
I remember Ronnie very fondly. Went steady for a short while. It must have been in 1964 (about) I was freshman. He brought over the big song on the day a single "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" we played so much might have worn it out. Great guy so he passed my prayers to his family.
From Allen Bourne on March 17th, 2014
Ronnie was a great friend, fun to be around,he and I had many memorable experiences.

Ken Stewart

August 1st, 1945 - September 21st, 2006



From Kynda Draper on November 18th, 2013
Dad your not forgotten

Roy David Bennett

May 5th, 1944 - August 25th, 2004

He was a very sweet brother and a true friend to his
friends. He loved his family and he loved Andrews. He also loved his democratic party. He fought in the Vietnam war and gave his all, in the end agent orange killed him. He did not receive a purple heart and he should have because for years he fought the battle to survive. Miss you my precious brother and I know you are enjoying heaven.



From Harry Ard on May 21st, 2012
I knew Roy D. from the 9th grade until graduation.   He gave all of us a lot of laughs and good times through the years.

I am so sorry to hear that he passed away.  I spent 11 months in Vietnam.  I never knew that Roy was over there.  I lost contact witha lot of my friends.

Anyway he was a great guy.

Harry Ard

Brent Shoemaker

June 30th, 1965 - December 15th, 1997

Brent's absence continues to be the most present thing at our family gatherings and not a day goes by that he is not missed. Our greatest comfort is knowing the separation is temporary and we rejoice in the hope of an eternal reunion.


Brent Reagan Shoemaker born June 30,1965 - died December 15, l997. Brent graduated from AHS in l983 and was a member of the first Cross Country Track team. He graduated with a BBA in Marketing from Texas Tech University in 1987. Brent was blessed with a "gift of gab" and loved people. He was a great salesman and loved working in the medical field. He worked for US Surgical as a surgical tech and sold surgical instruments. Brent is survived by two daughters that he adored, Kaitlyn & Emily, his parents Tootie & Larry Shoemaker, sister & brother-in-law Staci & Steve Kolb, grandparents Bill & Erlene Payne, & Helen Shoemaker. Also nephews Jase & Blake Kolb & cousins Jim & Neil Payne along with best friend Robbie Gatlin & many other loyal friends. 


From Marvilyn Elaine Blair Bohannan on March 17th, 2018
Image In school, Brent was such a nice guy ... unassuming and kind.  And, boy, he could run like the wind!!!

Brent Pinnell

July 27th, 1949 - June 2nd, 2011

Monty Brent Pinnell, 61,  a life-long resident of Andrews, pass away Monday May 2, 2011 at Hospice House in Odessa, Texas after a lengthy illness.

Graveside services will be 10: 00 AM Friday March 6, 2011 at Andrews Old Cemetery under the direction of McNett Funeral Home. Rev. Kerry Pack will officiate.

Brent was born, July 27, 1949 in Andrews, Texas to the late Bill and Dorothy Pinnell, a Pioneer Andrews County Family.

He was a 1967 Graduate of Andrews High School and attended Sul Ross University. He was stationed in Germany with a missile crew while serving in the US Army. Because of his ranching heritage he was always a cowboy at heart. He worked on ranches and was a heavy equipment operator.

Survivors include a sister, Judy Crabtree of Vernon; a brother, Paul Pinnell of Dallas; his partner, Polly Terry; a niece, Lori Crabtree of Carrollton, Texas; and a nephew, Ross Crabtree of Lubbock, Texas; two aunts, Cindy Duncan of Fairfield, Texas; Kay Condren of Miami, Oklahoma, and an Uncle, Charlie Pinnell of College Station, Texas.

Memorials honoring Brent may be made to Home Hospice House Foundation, 903 N. Sam Houston Odessa, Texas 79761

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Wesley Crabtree

August 6th, 1948 - May 31st, 2016

Saying goodbye is never easy. Today is goodbye to one of the most caring men I have ever known. We discovered, several years ago, we were in the same 3rd grade class. I guess we knew each other almost all our lives. I've always known he was thoughtful but never realized the extent until John died. The sweet guy would call or email on a regular basis to see how I was and always concerned about Heath. If he had heard something about Andrews or someone, he would call to see if I knew or remembered. Never a gossip but always concerned. Always a smile and a laugh I won't forget. I don't remember hearing anything bad ever said about him and I never heard him talk bad about anyone. I hope, with all my heart, he knew just how much he was loved. Not loved by just one, but all who knew him. And, I think if we had told him, he would have been a little embarrassed. I loved him as much as a friend could love another. He has left a legacy and a big empty place in our lives. Not a goodbye but see ya later for he has just stepped into another room. Enjoy being in the presence of our Lord, Wesley Crabtree.  Vicki Stinebuck Kaup

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James Wesley Crabtree, 67, died Tuesday, May 31 at his residence in Richardson, TX.

Friends and family will gather to celebrate his life at 10:00 AM Saturday, June 4, 2016 at McNett Funeral Home Chapel in Andrews with Leslie L. Boone, minister of Andrews Church of Christ officiating. Interment will be at 2:00 PM Saturday in Gaines County Cemetery at Seagraves, Texas under the personal care of McNett Funeral Home. Please celebrate the life of Wesley by visiting www.mcnettfuneralhome.com.

Wesley was born Aug. 6, 1948 in Levelland, TX to Ross and Marie Crabtree. He graduated from Andrews High School in 1966. He was elected president of his class every year he was in high school. He attended Odessa College followed by military service in the U.S. Army. His major employers in the Dallas area were Texas Instruments and UPS.

He is survived by a brother, Larry and wife, Judy of Denton. A niece, Lori of Carrollton and nephew, Ross of Lubbock. He was preceded in death by parents; father, Ross (1957), mother, Marie (2001) and sister, Donna (2008).

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From Dotty Smith Jones on June 19th, 2016
Jerry Carruth
June 4 at 7:49am
Sometimes there are things I am thinking and want to say but realize how poor I am at writing down what I am really feeling. So i will attempt to put in words what is racing thru my mind this morning.
Today we lay to rest and celebrate the life of a dear friend Wesley Crabtree. This was a devastating reality that broke my heart. The memories of days so long ago rush to my mind. Days in Andrews High School when we were so young and trying to find our way in this life. Wesley was always so very kind so personable and always had time for a word. What was so surprising to me was he always knew what was going on in my life. What track meet I had won our lost and how the team did. Guess you could say he was one of the most popular boys in the school but he was so modest I don't think he even knew that and most certainly didn't use that to not have time for everyone.
I am gonna miss his warm friendship and his sweet smile that always made me feel better about life. As Mr Roberts would always say when Andrews lost a good citizen in the news paper.
He was a goodun!
Joe Clanton
June 16 a6 7:46am
Last night I received the news that Wesley Crabtree had passed away, and I want to express my condolences to those who were close to him; no doubt, he was loved and will be missed by many. I would also like to allude to a verse from the 23rd psalm sermonized by Kenneth Hagee; " Yea though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil for thou art with me". Death is but a "shadow" we Pass through, and I hope these words will comfort and console us as we grow older and face our mortality. Christians have this blessed hope. The very worst scenario; we pass through, that which is nothing more than a mere shadow, to spend eternity in heaven with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, The Living Son of God, the Alpha and Omega, the king of kings, and the Lord of lords. King David so beautifully expressed it with insight and inspiration,"a transition, as though walking through a Shadow'.... I would like to add some levity. I'm not sure why I find this amusing, none the less, maybe you will see some humor in this short and insignificant recollection; In the 8th grade, I vaguely remember Wesley and I getting three swats with a paddle that stung like a fire iron, and was administered with what seemed to be a twisted and gratifying form of discipline performed by the Executioner. We were both aware that the penalty for the infraction would be severely painful, but the mental anguish was prolong because the teacher couldn't find his paddle, so that day Wesley and I bonded with a grim and silent camaraderie as we anticipated the impending punishment from the "sting" of the dreaded misplaced paddle... Godspeed, Wesley Crabtree.
From Dotty Smith Jones on June 5th, 2016
Sometimes there are things I am thinking and want to say but realize how poor I am at writing down what I am really feeling. So i will attempt to put in words what is racing thru my mind this morning.
Today we lay to rest and celebrate the life of a dear friend Wesley Crabtree. This was a devastating reality that broke my heart. The memories of days so long ago rush to my mind. Days in Andrews High School when we were so young and trying to find our way in this life. Wesley was always so very kind so personable and always had time for a word. What was so surprising to me was he always knew what was going on in my life. What track meet I had won our lost and how the team did. Guess you could say he was one of the most popular boys in the school but he was so modest I don't think he even knew that and most certainly didn't use that to not have time for everyone.
I am gonna miss his warm friendship and his sweet smile that always made me feel better about life. As Mr Roberts would always say when Andrews lost a good citizen in the news paper.
He was a goodun!
Jerry Carruth
From Dotty Smith Jones on June 5th, 2016
Sometimes there are things I am thinking and want to say but realize how poor I am at writing down what I am really feeling. So i will attempt to put in words what is racing thru my mind this morning.
Today we lay to rest and celebrate the life of a dear friend Wesley Crabtree. This was a devastating reality that broke my heart. The memories of days so long ago rush to my mind. Days in Andrews High School when we were so young and trying to find our way in this life. Wesley was always so very kind so personable and always had time for a word. What was so surprising to me was he always knew what was going on in my life. What track meet I had won our lost and how the team did. Guess you could say he was one of the most popular boys in the school but he was so modest I don't think he even knew that and most certainly didn't use that to not have time for everyone.
I am gonna miss his warm friendship and his sweet smile that always made me feel better about life. As Mr Roberts would always say when Andrews lost a good citizen in the news paper.
He was a goodun! 
Jerry Carruth

Robert (Bobby) Smith

April 12th, 1961 - April 2nd, 2010

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Bobby was born April 12, 1961 in Andrews and was a lifelong resident of Andrews. He served in the US Army in the 82nd Airborne. Bobby was an Oil field Electrician for SMCO/Oxy. He was a member of the Mesquite Burners, and he loved to cook and Bar B-Q. He was famous for his homemade beef jerky.
Bobby loved music and enjoyed playing the harmonica (when no one was listening). He loved animals taking pictures and riding his Harley. Bobby was a Baptist and he never met a stranger.

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Walter Ray (Buddy) Phillips

March 21st, 1938 - November 30th, 1962

Buddy was a wonderful brother, he taught me how to dance and drive a car.  Even though he has been gone for a long time; he has never been forgoten.

Always - Billye


Buddy went to meet his Lord on November 30, 1962.
Buddy was survived by parents Ruth and  Phil Phillips; 4 sisters- Anna, Joyce, Billye and Jackie and one brother Joe.  At the time of his death he  was attending West Texas College at El Paso; which is now named Universtiy Texas of El Paso (UTEP).  He was also survived by his spouse Pat McNair, from Notrees, TX.
He was laid to rest at the Andrews Cementry.


James Martin

January 7th, 1942 - April 22nd, 2007



Cheryl Galloway (Mays)

August 23rd, 1946 - September 20th, 2010

She is lovingly remembered as a gracious, kind and giving person, who was always ready to listen to the problems of others. Her life was dedicated to the Lord. Her faith was solid in Him as she remained faithful throughout the amazing trials of life.

Her heart was crowded with love for all family. She specialized in being a mom to Jeremy and Jenifer. She remained a loyal friend to her only husband, Dan. She was fueled by a deep passion for her granddaughter, Chloe, who filled her days and nights with memorable joy and love. Her life lives on through the lives she touched.

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Cheryl Galloway, 64, of Andrews, passed away Monday, September 20, 2010 at Permian Regional Medical Center in Andrews, Texas.
Services will be at 2:00 P.M. on Thursday, September 23, 2010 at McNett Funeral Home Chapel in Andrews, Texas. A Visitation will be held on Wednesday, September 22, between 6:00-8:00 P.M. at McNett Funeral Home.

Cheryl was born on August 23, 1946 to John B. and Youldean Mays in Idabel, Oklahoma. She was a graduate of Andrews High School.

She was preceded in death by her daughter, Jenifer Lyn Bice, in 2005 and father, John B. Mays.

She is survived by son, Jeremy Galloway, of Andrews; Dan Galloway, of Andrews; mother, Denny Mays, of Franklin, TN; sister, Cathy Burgen and husband, David, of Andrews; brother, John and wife, Diane Mays, of Franklin, TN; sister-in-law, Ellen Rankin and husband, Forest, of Midland, Texas and one precious granddaughter, Chloe Bice, of Midland, Texas.

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Bruce Thompson Jr.

May 29th, 1978 - September 14th, 2010

Bruce E. Thompson was born on May 29, 1978 in Great Lakes, Illinois to Bruce E. Thompson, Sr. and Carol Thompson. He was a graduate of Andrews High School. He later went on to serve his country in the U. S. Army. Bruce loved his children, they were his joy of life. He also enjoyed playing on the computer. He will be missed by many.

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Bruce E. Thompson, Jr., 32 of Andrews, passed away Tuesday morning, September 14,2010 in Andrews Texas.

Services will be at 2:00 P.M. on Saturday, September 18, 2010 at McNett Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Kerry Pack officiating. Burial will follow in Andrews North Cemetery under the direction of McNett Funeral Home.

He was preceded in death by his father at the young age of 29, Bruce E. Thompson, Sr.

He is survived by his son, B. J. Thompson and daughter, Fayth Thompson, both of Andrews; mother, Carol Thompson, of Andrews; sisters, Christina Cooper, of Norfolk, VA, Nikki Neel, of Andrews; brother, James Thompson; grandparents, Jay and Pat Thompson, of Andrews and Eugene Thompson of Carlsbad, NM.

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Jerry Sue Smith (Scott)

May 26th, 1938 - September 14th, 2010

Jerry Sue Was born May 26, 1938, in Winters, Texas to the late Earl and LaVeta Scott.
She moved to Andrews in 1949. Jerry Sue graduated from Andrews High School. She also worked for Amoco for many years. She was a member of the Permian Basin Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. She was active in helping plan the Andrews Ex’s Reunion for several years. She was a member of First Baptist Church in Andrews.


Jerry Sue Smith, 72 of Andrews, passed away Tuesday, September 14, 2010 at Medical Center Hospital in Odessa, Texas.

Graveside services will be 10:00 AM Friday, September 17, 2010 at Andrews West Cemetery. Rev. Kevin Covington, Pastor, Second Baptist Church of Andrews will officiate. Services are under the direction of McNett Funeral Home.

She was preceded in death by her son, Bobby Smith, in April, 2010.

She is survived by her brother, Earl Scott, Jr. of Grapevine, Texas; several cousins and nieces and nephews.


Larry Nelson

October 21st, 1949 - August 12th, 2011

Visitations will be on Monday, 1-9:00P.M, August 15, 2011 and with a Chapel service at 3:00P.M, at G. W. Cox Memorial Funeral Home Chapel. Officiating will be Gerald L. Prather, Chaplain, Maj. Gen., USAF (Ret.) Visitations and Church service will also be in Andrews, Texas. Visitations will on Tuesday, 5-9:00P.M, August 16, 2011 at the McNett Funeral Home and Church services will be on Wednesday, August 17, 2011 at 10:00A.M, at the Andrews Church of Christ, Andrews, Texas followed by burial at the Andrews County Cemetery.


Larry Gale Nelson, 61, passed away August 12, 2011 in Rough Canyon, Del Rio, Texas. He was born October 21, 1949 in Koose Bay, Oregon. He is survived by his wife: Joyce Nelson of Del Rio, Texas; son Michael Nelson and his wife Becky; sisters: Sharon Fulwider, Karen Derrington and Jean Jannamon; brothers: Don Nelson and Steve Nelson; and grandchildren: Justin Nelson and Cade Nelson. Larry was a member of the Church of Christ and professional member of the Val Verde County Rural Fire Department.



August 18th, 1953 - March 8th, 2011

My brother grew up in Andrews and attended school from the first grade until his sophemore year there.  He was a friend to everyone and never met a stranger.  He is missed and will never be forgotten.



Gary Gatlin

August 22nd, 1954 - June 24th, 2011

Gary Gatlin, 56 of Andrews passed away Friday, June 24, 2011 in Ruidoso, New Mexico.

Memorial services will be 3:00 PM Monday, June 27, 2011 at Means Memorial United Methodist Church in Andrews. Pastor Rick Doyle will officiate. Services are under the direction of McNett Funeral Home of Andrews.

Gary was born August 22, 1954 in Andrews, Texas. He was a graduate of Andrews High School. He married Kathy Nelson December 4, 1976 in Andrews.

Gary worked for San Andres Elementary School in Andrews and Dowell and also The Andrews County News. Gary loved to fish and hunt. He also loved to take trip to Ruidoso and he enjoyed the horse races there but he really loved the smell of the pine trees. Gary was a past member of the Andrews Lions Club.

He was preceded in death by his parents, John Frank and Edwina Gatlin.


He is survived by, his wife Kathy of Andrews; son, Chad Gatlin of Allan, Texas; daughter Kristal Gatlin of Huntsville, Texas; brothers, John Gatlin of Gary, Texas and David Gatlin of Andrews; and grandchildren Blake, Marshall and Tristan Gatlin.

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Terry Arnold

July 20th, 1955 - June 3rd, 2011

Terry Arnold, 55, of Gardendale, Texas passed away Friday, June 3, 2001 at Medical Center Hospital in Odessa, Texas.


Funeral services will be 2:00 PM Monday, June 6, 2011 at First Baptist Church in Andrews, Texas.

Family friends, Brad Carter, Judson Bennett and Terry's son, Colt Arnold will officiate. Burial will be in Andrews West Cemetery under the direction of McNett Funeral Home.

Terry was born July 20, 1955 in Seminole, Texas. He spent most of his life in Andrews and graduated from Andrews High School in 1973. He went on to graduate from Sul Ross University in 1980.

Terry was a Regional Sales Manager for Stellar Oil Field Rentals. His great love was roping. He also enjoyed playing golf, hunting and playing the guitar. Terry was a member of API, an oil field team roping association, as well as the United States Team Roping Championship. He loved sports of all kinds; his favorite sport was whatever was in season at the time, and horse racing.


Terry was preceded in death by his father J.W. (Bud) Arnold in 2004.

He is survived by his son, Colt Arnold of Monahans; his mother, Tommie Arnold of Andrews; his grandmother, Ruby McReynolds  of Andrews; brothers, Larry Walls of Farmington, NM, Dusty Burney of Snyder; sisters, Jessie Moore of Greenville, Texas, Dayla Kay Barron of Brownwood, Texas, Kelly Fielding of Lamesa, Texas , Girlfriend Lisa Lynch of Odessa, Texas, and three grandchildren.

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Herbert Martin

April 16th, 1940 - September 30th, 2011

Herbert enjoyed his Classmates and enjoyed life.  Graduated from AHS
1959, moved to Irving, Texas, then eventually settled in Midlothian, Texas.  Rode Harley's the latter part of his life and traveled most of Texas and many parts of the United States.  His family has missed him greatly, but looks forward to that Heavenly Reunion.


Herbert was born in Graham, Texas and is buried in a family cemetery near Graham.


Dug Belcher

November 30th, 1949 - December 25th, 2012

My brother was bigger than life. (Literally).  It has taken me several months to resolve a great deal of feelings regarding my brother and where his life ended.  It was not the path I chose but then I know I am not here to judge.  I truly believe that he had a great impact on where I am and since his passing, I have heard from many others that he changed their lives.  He sat at the top of the "heap" in high school and encouraged mean to always strive for the best.  I thank him for that and wish I had expressed that more.


Jack "Dud" Dugger Belcher, Jr., age 63, passed away Tuesday, December 25, 2012, at his home in Odessa, Texas.  He was born NOvembe r30, 1949 to Jack Dugger, Sr. and Savannah (Caperton) Belcher in San Angelo, Texas.  He gradauated from Andrews High School and attended Northwood Institute and Odessa College.  He contracted with Ector County Independent School District and served as an avid fund raiser for many charitable organizations.  His parents preceded him in death.  He is survived by his loving sister, Becky Belcher Showers, nephew Jeven Showers, nieces Lacy and Katy Showers, and great nephew Hayden.  He was loved by many family members and life-long friends.


Carrol Hutchings (Butler)

January 11th, 1944 - November 6th, 1999

I guess it is true that we never realize how important a person is to us until we lose that person. My oldest sister, Carrol Ann Butler, was here when I got here. Never knew a day without her until we lost her to cancer in 1999.  In many ways she was my mentor and my nemesis. She made me laugh like no on else. She loved me regardless. Something valuable is missing in our family and in our lives. I thank God every day that He let me have her for all those years



Larry Herrington

June 6th, 1943 - January 3rd, 2013

Larry was one of those rare individuals with a deep-down love and respect for all God's creatures, and he did not talk about this--he lived it.  He was the teacher and counselor that students and colleagues trusted, responded to, and remembered fondly ever after.  While never being preachy or judgmental, he lifted people up by sensing and bringing out the best in each.  He was the "buddy" that everyone needs--being arouond him just made you feel better.  Somehow he managed to always go above and beyond his own self and concentrate on others.  He loved to come up with small personal gifts like making a tape of someone's favorite music, or finding a special momento and sending it with a "feel good" note--and larger gifts that he never mentions, like his quietly funding a water well for a poor village in a third world country.  Larry had no grandiose intentions to change the world; he just did what came natural to him.  But it is wonderful to feel that the Goodness experienced through Larry is still with us and spreading through us to so many others.

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Larry left us on January 3rd, 2013.  Although he made an inspiring recovery following a liver transplant in June of 2012, he was unable to withstand a very fast-acting virus.  After visitation/viewing in Del Rio, friends hosted a celebration of Larry's life at his home by Lake Amistad on January 9th.
 McNett's Funeral Home in Andrews assisted with a viewing on January 10th and visitation on the 11th, with burial following at the Old Andrews Cemetery.  He lies beside his mother Mary Herrington Bettis, his brother Max Herrington, and his paternal grandparents.
He is survived by his wife Dixie (Butler) Herrington, his brother Sandy L. Herrington, his son L. David Herrington, Jr., a granddaughter Heather Foster, and four great-grandchildren Alyssa, Mica, Blake and Skyler. He was richly blessed with a great number of loving relatives and friends.      

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Marissa Luna

November 16th, 1990 - January 4th, 2011


Marissa Luna, 20, of Andrews, passed away Tuesday, January 4, 2011 at her home in Andrews, Texas. A Rosary was held 7:00 PM Friday, January 7, 2011 at McNett Funeral Home Chapel in Andrews, Texas. Funeral services were held at 10:00 AM Saturday, January 8, 2011 at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Andrews. Father Joey Faylona officiated. Burial was at Andrews North Cemetery under the direction of McNett Funeral Home. Marissa was born November 16, 1990 in Andrews to Robert and Norma Luna. She graduated from Andrews High School in 2009. She worked at Cpl. Ray's Coffee Shop for several years. Marissa was very active in sports; she played Volleyball, Basketball and Softball while attending Andrews High School. She loved animals, especially her horse and her dog. She is survived by her parents, Robert and Norma Luna, of Andrews; one sister, Luz Jacinta Luna of Andrews; brother, Calistro Juaqine Luna of Andrews; Grandparents, Cruz and Teodosa Campos of Batesville, Texas, Francisco Luna of Batesville, Texas; Great Grandmother, Aurora Prado of Batesville, Texas; several aunts, uncles and cousins.


Linda Stewart (Strickland)

April 6th, 1946 - June 23rd, 2012

Class of  1964 Linda pasted on June 23, 2012 from cancer. She has joined her husband of 47 years Ken Stewart. She left behand 2 childern Kynda Draper and Tom Stewart, She also had 6 grandsons.  Linda Stewart will be missed, She was my Mom.



Ryan Geddings

March 6th, 1989 - November 27th, 2013


Ryan Ladson Geddings, 24, of Andrews passed away Wednesday, November 27, 2013 in Andrews.
Memorial services will be 2:00 PM Wednesday, December 4, 2013 at McNett Funeral Home Chapel.
Ryan was born March 6, 1989 in Ft. Worth, Texas. He moved to Andrews in 2001 from Wheatland, California.
He graduated from Andrews High School in 2007 where he was a member of the high school band.
Ryan loved music, especially grunge bands. He liked to drive very much. He enjoyed being with his friends and spending time with his family and his girlfriend Erica Olson. Ryan also enjoyed cooking.
He was preceded in death by his maternal grandmother, Dorothy Stewart.
He is survived by his mother, Susan Geddings of Andrews, Father and step mother, Mark and Odette Geddings of Valero, CA; brothers Stewart and Ian Geddings of Andrews; paternal grandparents Ladson “Ike” and Sara Geddings of Grass Valley, CA and several aunts and uncles.


Tiffany Summers

November 25th, 1988 - January 24th, 2009


Tiffany Kara Summers 20, of Lubbock, formerly of Andrews passed away in Lubbock Friday, January 24, 2009. A memorial service was in Andrews at 4:00 PM Thursday, January 29, 2009 at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church. A Rosary service was held at 7:00 PM Thursday at McNett Chapel. Funeral mass was at 10:00 AM Friday, January 30, 2009 at St. Mary' s Catholic Church in Odessa. Msgr. Francis Frey officiated at both services. Burial followed in Sunset Memorial Gardens under the direction of McNett Funeral Home of Andrews. Tiffany was born on November 25, 1988 in Odessa, she grew up in Andrews and was a graduate of AHS in 2007. Tiffany was a sophmore attending Texas Tech University majoring in Interior Design. Survivors include parents Dr. Bill Summers and Dr. Kathy Summers of Andrews, brother; Chris Summers of Lubbock, grandmothers; Pat Summers of Odessa and Josephine Sinagra of Pittsburgh, PA, eight aunts and uncles and many cousins.


Steve Waller

June 20th, 1962 - March 7th, 2014

Stephen Lane Waller, Class of '80, passed away in Midlothian, Virginia on March 7, 2014. Stephen was the son of the late Douglas and Eileen Waller, who made Andrews their home from 1976 to 1986.

My younger brother, Steve, was a talented guitarist and song writer, lover of nature, plants and animals, as well as one of the kindest, most patient people I ever met. He had a strong faith and loved Jesus.

We both moved to Andrews from Dallas, TX and even though the last 15+ years have been spent outside the Lone Star State, we both felt that Texas was always our home. He'd see a movie with the wide open spaces of west Texas and say, "Wow, isn't that beautiful!?" Even after living in both Europe and Japan, he thought that nothing could beat a Texas horizon or sunset.

Stephen leaves behind his beloved ex-wife, Pam, as well as his sister, Carolyn (Class of '78) and many friends from his years in Andrews. God bless all who reached out to me after his passing. I know that he now sits with the angels and plays guitar in their band!

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James Strixner

January 27th, 1959 - August 6th, 1984



Donald Ray "Donnie" Alsobrook

June 4th, 1948 - -

Donnie Alsobrook is gone.  He was an outdoorsman and a "Pistolero." 



Carolyn Edwards (McKee)

April 4th, 1955 - February 26th, 2015

To my lifelong friend Carolyn, RIP

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Vana Tidwell (Lawson)

September 10th, 1948 - May 14th, 2014

She was loved by all who knew her.


Vana Rhea Lawson Tidwell of Granbury, 66, passed away Thursday, May 14, 2015 in Granbury.

Visitation: 2 – 4 p.m. Sunday, May 17, 2015, Wiley Funeral Home.

Celebration of Life: Monday, May 18, 2015, 2 p.m. at Granbury First United Methodist Church.

Private burial will precede service.

Memorials: Neighbors Feeding Neighbors of Granbury, P.O. Box 866, Granbury TX 76048.

Vana was born Sept. 10, 1948 in Dodge City, Kansas, to Herman and Glenda Lawson.

She married her soulmate, Jerry Tidwell, June 3, 1966 in Andrews.

Vana was a loving wife, mother and grandmother. Vana graduated from Andrews High School. She worked at the Texas Christian University library while Jerry finished his degree.

Vana worked at the Hood County News for 21 years before retiring in 2000. She was an avid reader who also enjoyed knitting.

She was a member of Granbury First United Methodist Church. Vana loved life, her family, dogs and traveling.

Vana dearly loved her grandchildren and always bragged about their accomplishments.

She was preceded in death by her father, Herman Lawson.

Survivors: Husband, Jerry Tidwell; daughter, Jamie Timmins; granddaughter, Kelsey Timmins; grandson, Tanner Timmins; son, Derek Tidwell and wife Lori – all of Granbury; mother, Glenda Lawson; brother, Darrell Lawson and wife Sally of Colorado; mother-in-law, Ruth Tidwell and sister-in-law, Sandee Houston, both of Pensacola, Florida.

Arrangements were made by Wiley Funeral Home.


Carl Wayne Gillihan

August 5th, 1930 - -

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Carl Wayne Gillihan, 77, went to be with his Lord and Savior in October of 2007.

Wayne was born in Dunn, TX to Rufus and Lois Gillihan. 
After graduating high school at Andrews High School in 1949 he entered the U. S. Air Force and retired after 27 years.  He then went on to pursue another career.  He attended Johnson Wales Culinary University of Culinary Arts and graduated Suma Cum Laud. 

Wayne was preceded in death by both his father and mother, Rufus and Lois Gillihan, and one brother, Jerry Gillihan.

He is survived by his wife of 56 years Susan, three children, Bridgett Norwood, Laurie Osborne, and Brad Gillihan; three grand-children, Brandon Gillihan, Lindsay Gillihan, and Chase Osborne; one brother, Monroe Gillihan and one sister Karla Sue McDonald 

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Margaret Little (Earle)

April 3rd, 1938 - March 7th, 2015

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Margaret Little, of Fairfield, TX went home to Glory on March 7, 2015. She was 76.

Born Margaret Ann Earle on April 3, 1938, to Oochie and Alyce (Beauford) Earle in Odessa, TX, she grew up in Odessa, Seminole, and Andrews. Margaret graduated from Andrews High School where she loved all kinds of sports-a love she shared with her dad.

Margaret graduated from West Texas State University and began teaching. After losing her sight, she had a new career with the Texas Commission for the Blind. Margaret helped other blind Texans adapt to their disability. Upon meeting Margaret, most people had to be reminded that she couldn’t see. Even though she was good with her stick, her family still wouldn’t let her drive.

Margaret retired and lived with her daughter, Becky, and her family. She spent her retirement listening to her radio to any ballgame-Spurs, Rangers, Cowboys, Longhorns, Aggies, Red Raiders, Baylor, or listening to Bible teaching, and working around the house.

Most who met Margaret were inspired by the way she adapted to blindness. Those who knew her found a person who was defined by her salvation and faith. Margaret was unwavering in her faith, knew a Bible principle to apply to any life situation and would gladly walk you through it.

Margaret was preceded in death by her parents and 3 siblings-Sonny Earle, Janie Butler, and Dickie Earle.

Margaret is survived by her daughter, Becky and husband Michael Adcock, and granddaughters Taylor Adcock and Lauran Adcock of Fairfield, TX, and her son, Wayne Little and wife Judith, of Flower Mound, TX. She has one surviving brother, Ronny, who lives in Spain.

Family visitation will be at Crane Cowboy Church, Crane, TX, from 1pm to 3pm on Tuesday, March 10, 2015. Graveside services will be at the Crane County Cemetery on Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at 4pm with Kenneth Smarr officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Shaffer-Nichols Funeral Home.

Donations to Crane Cowboy Church in lieu of flowers.

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Ken Boykin

May 24th, 1947 - March 11th, 1971

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General Remembrance
Excerpt of a story I wrote about a friend of long ago.
Eventually I came to the conclusion that Montpelier had nothing to offer me. The only jobs were at the Monsanto and Ref Chem Phosphate plants near Soda Springs. I decided to go back into the army. I was given the option of schooling. I never really liked school though. I reenlisted for Vietnam. I kept my same grade and on 28 January 1971 was on a military hop from Hill Air Force Base to Oakland Army Depot. I sat around there for about a week waiting for my assignment to Vietnam. It was there that I met Ken Boykin and Sgt. Crawford. We had all spent a previous combat tour in Vietnam so naturally we struck up a friendship. I really liked Boykin. He was what I would call ‘cool’ in those days. Crawford was more reserved. He was a bit older that us and sometimes his actions reminded me of someone’s grandmother. On the seventh of February we loaded on a SeaBoard World flight for Vietnam. After a couple of short stops in Alaska and Guam we deplaned at Bien Hoa on 8 February. Nothing had changed. It was as though I had never left. In some ways it felt good to be back. It was familiar surroundings again. After a couple of days at Long Binh we flew north to Phu Bai where we were assigned to the 101st Airborne (ABN) Division. From there we took some buses to Camp Evans. Camp Evans was an indoctrination center. A lot of the incoming replacements were briefed and given special training there. The Cadre there didn’t bother the 3 of us much. I had a set of binoculars so they sent us up into a tower to keep an eye on the area while the Cherries were taking classes. During one class one of the Cadre set off a artillery simulator behind the bleachers. He yelled ‘incoming’ before it exploded, but one of the men didn’t run fast enough. They hauled him off. One of the guys said it blew an eardrum out.
From Evans we headed to Camp Eagle. The company was preparing to leave for the field when we got there. We loaded on Chinooks and a couple of hours later touched down a couple of miles from the Laotian border. We were taking over Fire Support Base (FSB) Sarge. The Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN) 1st Ranger Battalion hopped aboard the Chinooks and were flown far down in the valley to a road. There were a lot of ARVN troops massing in the valley in preparation for the invasion of Laos. We scattered out around the two hills that Sarge sat on to secure the perimeter. We had just sat down at one of the bunkers when I noticed a lot of commotion at the next bunker. I lot of the guys were running up and down the hill in front of the bunker trying to catch a small cat about the size of an ocelot. Of course we joined in the chase and after about 3 minutes the cat ran into a 155 canister. One guy reached in to pull the thing out. I figured he would get his arm torn off, but the cat was very scared and docile. It had a very bad case of mange. I figured that the ARVN’s had it as a pet on the hill to help control the rats, of which there was an abundant supply.
The next morning we watching about 40 or 50 helicopters descend into the valley, pick up the ARVN troops, and fly them over some very high mountains into Laos.
We sat around on Sarge for several weeks. There wasn’t a lot to do there. We would load up on slicks (helicopters) some mornings, fly over to another hilltop, walk around looking for enemy activity, and then fly back in the afternoon.
Boykin and Crawford were assigned to one of the other platoons, but at night we would always get together to bull shit. We would usually spend a lot of the early hours killing rats. About dark the rats came out in hordes looking for food. We used to open the small peanut butter cans from the C-Rations, put the blasting cap from the claymore under the lid and sit back to wait. Eventually we would hear some rat rattling the lid around trying to get at the peanut butter. We would hit the charging handle, blowing the rats head off. The other bunkers found out what we were doing and started doing the same thing for amusement. Eventually one guy started shooting at the rats with his 45. The Lt. found out about our "Rat Patrol" and put a stop to it.
It was early morning when I headed down from the main hill at Sarge on my way to the bunkers on the North side of the Communications hill. I hadn’t seen Boykin or Crawford for a couple of days. One of the Cherries that came over on the plane with me stopped me just short of the Commo bunker. "Hey Grandy", he said. "Did you hear about Boykin and Crawford". "What about them", I said, half expecting what he was going to say. "They were sitting on the pad at LZ Cagio up near Quan Tri when a rocket came in. Boykin was killed. Crawford lost his right foot and had his left leg messed up." I didn’t know what to say. Hell, I thought, they’ve only been in country a month. I just turned around and walked up to the top of the hill and looked over into the mountains of Laos for the longest time. I wondered now why I had ever come back. By now I expected to die here someday. America might as well be on the far side of the moon. All I could do now was watch the events of the war unfold.
Eventually, the North Vietnamese Army (NVA) would run the ARVN’s out of Laos and we would move on. Crawford would end up in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania for repairs. I never did know his first name. For me, as I’m sure it is for a lot of the men that served in the war, the dead are the easiest to remember. Most of the rest are just nameless faces.
In the early 90’s I was watching the series "Vietnam, the 10,000 Days War". One of the parts was dedicated to the invasion of Laos. Lots of the film clips were of Sarge. I don’t remember any photographers on the hill when I was there. But I found myself looking for myself and those that I knew. Everything was so familiar. Right down to the Commo Bunker and the Observation Post (OP) trenches on the side of the hill. And those people milling around there were without a doubt us.
Of all the men I knew Boykin’s death bothered me the most. I’ve met people throughout my life named Boykin and I always wonder what if any connection they may have to him. Probably none. It’s just that sometimes I fantasize that someday I may meet someone that knew him. I have no idea what I would say. I just know that it would make me feel better.
In retrospect I’d say that Vietnam was not as bad as you’d think. But it was worse than you could ever imagine. It wasn’t that the experience, the struggle, the indifference to the cause was so terrible. The real tragedy was that we ever were. For if we never were, it never could have happened.
Posted by: Paul Grandy
Email:  grandyp0@hoffman.army.mil
Tuesday, November 17, 199

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Veteran Hagiography
Combat Infantryman's Badge, Bronze Star, Purple Heart, National Defense Service Medal, Republic of Vietnam Service Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal (Korea Service) and Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal.
Kenny Lee Boykin was born in Andrews, Texas. He was the oldest of four children born to Geneva and Huey Boykin. He spent most of his early years in Andrews, attended Andrews High School and also attended Permian High School in Odessa. He loved being around people. Country/Western music was his favorite.
Kenny enlisted in the U.S. Army in May, shortly after his 17th birthday. He married his wife Mae of Odessa in 1964. He did a tour with the First Cavalry Division Korea in 1964-66, re-enlisted in 1968 for three years, did a previous tour in Vietnam in 1969-70. He re-enlisted again in January 1971 and departed for his second tour in Vietnam on February 8, 1971. He was assigned to D Company, 2nd Battalion, 327th Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division as a squad leader. It was during Lamson 719 operation, at Khe Gio Bridge, March 11, 1971, when he was killed during when a rocket landed near him and another soldier. The other soldier sustained a severe wound to his leg which resulted in an amputation. He was killed one month after he had started his second tour.
At the time of his death, he was survived by his wife of Odessa, his parents of Andrews, his younger brothers were in Vietnam and were all in the same general area in Vietnam. His brother Sam was in the U.S. Navy and his brother Billy Ray was in the Marines. He had a younger sister Mary G. who was still in the home.
Sgt Boykin was buried with full military honors in the Andrews County Cemetery in Andrews, Texas, his boyhood home.

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Sara Caddell

January 25th, 1949 - January 7th, 2017

Sara was a loving and caring person. She is now in Heaven with some of our family and friends.

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Michael NEIL Sealy

March 19th, 1964 - May 19th, 1985

I met Neil for the first time at an Andrews High School football game in the fall of 1980.  He was a junior and played the drums.  I was an eighth grader and had tagged along begrudgingly with a girlfriend to meet this great new guy she liked.  However, when she introduced me to Neil ... well, let me just say my heart belonged to him for a very long time.

We dated periodically for two years, but I was young and too afraid to move into the physical aspects of a more permanent relationship.  He, on the other hand, "moved on" quite a bit with a variety of girls over the few years that followed.  I write this with a smile on my face, knowing that he lived fully in the twenty-one years he was given here on this earth.  

Fortunately, I was blessed to know a little of the real Neil behind the upbeat, fun-loving, rich kid mask he wore so well for the masses.  Let me just say, he was very complex emotionally ... and so beautiful to me.    

He died the night before I graduated from high school.  I never knew how he came to be on that lone highway all by himself at 2 a.m., but it was heart crushing to know he died alone.  

I went to his viewing to say goodbye privately, but I just couldn't bring myself to go to his funeral.  Call it what you will, but my feelings were mine and I needed to mourn him alone.  I had been his secret getaway on so many occasions.  I guess, I just wanted to keep his secrets still ... me being one of them.  

I last saw and spoke with Neil at an out-of-town AHS football game my junior year, fall of 1984.  We were both young and beautiful and vibrant and so full of hope.  He was my first love.  And for some reason I never quite understood, Neil would never give me that much needed closure between us.  Not even that last night.  

He was always wanting more time ... to let me grow up, to get his act together, to revisit or rebuild what we once had, and so forth.  After all, he once told me, "You're the kind of girl a guy marries not dates."  I guess he had some more "dating" to do.  What ifs, right?  

Unfortunately, Neil ran out of time before we could potentially explore those "what ifs" any further ... the ones that never quite let us say goodbye altogether.

As a woman having lived more than half of my life, I now have the emotional maturity, life experience, and knowledge to articulate what Neil once meant to me.  At thirteen years of age, he meant everything. 

I have been married to a wonderful and loving husband for thirty-one years and have five children (29, 28, 15, 13, and 8 years) and three grandchildren.  I feel so blessed, and I would like to think Neil would be happy for me.  

But, I miss him still ...  

Love, Marvilyn


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Andrews Resident Killed in Car Wreck

An Andrews man was killed early Sunday morning in a one-car accident near Odessa after he lost control of his vehicle on a curve.

Michael Neil Sealy, 21, was apparently killed instantly after failing to negotiate a curve three-tenths of a mile west of East Loop 338 on Grandview Avenue north of Odessa, Texas Department of Public Safety troopers' reports stated.  

The accident is throught to have occurred at 2:53 a.m.  Investigators were able to determine the time of the accident because the victim's watch had broken on impact at 2:53 a.m.  The accident was not discovered until 6:40 a.m., however.

DPS reports indicate Sealy was northbound on Grandview at a high rate of speed in a Datsun 280ZX when he lost control of the vehicle on a right-hand turn in the road and sent his vehicle into a broadside skid.

The car flipped over three times, throwing Sealy from the vehicle.  He was pronounced dead at 7:20 a.m. Sunday by Justice of the Peace Manuel Vallez.

Services for Sealy were conducted Tuesday afternoon in Means Memorial United Methodist Church in Andrews.  Burial was in Andrews Cemetery under the direction of Singleton Funeral Home.

Sealy was born March 19, 1964 in Midland.  He was a junior at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth where he was a member of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity.  He was a trainer for the TCU athletic department.

He was a 1982 graduate of Andrews High School where he was an athletic trainer and was a member of the band.  He was also active in United Methodist Youth while in high school.

Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Byford Sealy of Andrews; his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Herring of Borger and Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Stallings of Tulsa, Okla.; a great-grandmother, Clara Pyron of Jackson, Miss.; a brother, Scott of Odessa; and two sisters, Keri of Stillwater, Okla., and Gayle Schultz of Orange.

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- - July 1st, 2014

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But those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.        Isaiah 40:31


This list is neither current nor complete. Any errors or omissions should be reported to this post and it will be updated regularly. Please give full name of Teacher or Student and the year of graduation. Email to ahsmustangs@gmail.com 


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T.A. Roach ~ T. D. Hamilton ~ M. O. Woolam ~ J. Lee Smith (Glorietta) ~ Brodie Hutcheson (AHS Principal) ~ Bill Gordon (AHS Asst. Principal) ~ Robert Montgomery ~ Glenn Frazier (Athletic Director & Coach) ~ Robert Henderson (asst Supt)  ~



Russell Austin ~ Sam Gantt ~ Ginny Gantt ~ Adelle Harrell ~ Lydia Kelly ~ Thelma Fennel ~ Ewell Woolam ~ Charles Choate ~ Nell Brown ~ John Hogue ~ Coach G.W. "Dub" Warden ~ Aaron "Buddy" McCracken ~ Lloyd Willis ~ Coach Pete Smith ~ Nell Brown ~ Marie Mash ~ JoAnn Croom ~ John Vanderburg ~ Sue Lowe ~ Nina McDaniel ~ June Daniel ~ Coach Jo Ann Shields ~ Sam Hooper ~ Juanita Smith ~ Billie Harding ~ Juanita Smith ~ Coach Dickey Lepard ~ Coach Bill Shipman ~ Hercel Brown ~ Louann Rex ~ Gary Ivy ~ Joe Dan Toland ~ Dennis Carrol ~ Nell Foster ~ Louis Karmon "Doc" Grevelle ~ Bill Gordon ~ Vernon Johnson ~ Sam Hollis ~ Coach Max Goldsmith ~ Coach Dirk Wright ~ James Kendrick  (Ken) Wilson ~ Charles Emory Compton, Jr. ~ Don Boles ~ Lillian Rogers ~ Randall Peel ~ Mona G. Tinsley ~ Serena Rockmore ~



Vernon Payne ~ Don Leach ~ Harold Garms ~ LaVada Hale ~ Bryan Baker ~ Linda Crawford ~ Dalton Criswell ~ Sam Daniel ~ Lois McBeth ~ Olin Horton ~ Jerry Hammond ~ Willie Green ~ Ralph Ross ~ Nan Morrison ~ Randall Brown ~ Hiram Ruggles ~ Leon Jackson ~ Bill Baker ~ Barbara Sullivan ~ Bill Shipp ~ Marilda Buckley ~ Forrest Scott ~  Wilma Tom ~ Michael W. Slagle ~ Jimmie Lu Kemp ~ Gary Harter ~ Coach Nathan Waldrip ~



Jerry Piper McDaniel ~ Mrs Coffee ~ Mrs Kraft ~ Glen Rex ~ Kenneth Sutton ~ Mrs. Stroup ~ Dr. Betty Meiron ~



Delbert Brewster ~ Mary Aikey ~ Chrystilee "Cricket" Adams ~ Kathleen "Katie" Criswell ~ Ruth Thomas ~ Mona Chambliss ~ Ima Lee Kellum ~ Nile Cole ~ Mary Frances Eddins ~ Steve E. DeLara "Mr. D" ~ Renay Moss ~ Joella Treadwell ~



J Frederick Piper (Principal) ~ Georgan Conner ~ Eva Loa Crouse ~ Arlon Kellum ~ Louie Madison ~ Maxine Hayes ~ Vivian Hubert ~ Marge McAfee ~ JB Youngblood 



Edelweiss Grewell ~ Velma Dixon Ellis ~ Jane Clay ~ Cleone Colvin ~ Marcella Harding ~ Dennis Strother ~ Tommy Hendrick (Devonian Principal) ~ Maureen Cooney ~ Vera Evans ~ Helen Byrne ~ Mary Nell Dodd Esquirell ~ Carol Tipton ~ John Taush ~ Katie Criswell ~ Myra Sutton ~ Marie Weiss ~



Ruth Thomas ~ Katie Criswell ~ Richard "Dickie" Lepard (Principal) ~ Michael W. Slagle ~


SCHOOL SUPPORT STAFF (Bus Drivers, Custodians, Cafeteria, etc.)

Bobbie Jeane Dallas Gross ~ Les Emfinger ~ Odell Kite ~ Conrad Phillips ~ Mary Nixon ~ Howard Pinkston ~ Grant Thompson ~ Mary Nixon ~ Betty Hungerford ~ Dick Carroll ~ Virginia Hoffman ~ Eva Floyd ~ Claude Word ~ Mary Merrell ~ Gibbs Benham ~ Arlene McCraw ~ Viola Harris Page ~ Ronnie Grimsley ~


CLASS OF 1940: 


CLASS OF 1941: 

Christine Wilkins ~ Ila Sue Braswell Burkett ~ Robert S. Dillard, Jr ~ Gene Irwin ~ Warner McKinney ~ Jerry M. Price ~ James Roberts ~ Truman C. Snider 


CLASS OF 1942: 

Dalton Echols ~ Jean Echols Fitzgerald ~ Preston Grissom ~ Marie Roberts Holman ~ Byford Sealy 


CLASS OF 1943: 

Bobby Ray Wimberly ~ Rosenelle Cherry Tom ~ Kathryn Graham Davis ~ James Little ~ Frances Luccous Umberton ~ Maxine Thompson Barnes ~ Ellison (Sonny) Tom ~ Kathryn Graham ~ James Roberts ~ Juanita Nixon White ~ 


CLASS OF 1944: 

Douglas Anderson ~ Levida Faye Cotton ~ Marvin McKinley Fisher, Jr ~ Floy Hinkle ~ Roy Hinkle ~ Billy Charles Ogden ~ Betty Ramsey ~ Wesley Roberts ~ Ruth Williams ~ Rex McCarley ~ Jewel Hooper Brock 


CLASS OF 1945: 

Billie Burk Moxley ~ William Vines Peeples ~ Viola Harris Page ~


CLASS OF 1946: 

Virginia Hogg Williams ~ Lawrence L. Rhodes ~ Dan Nixon ~  


CLASS OF 1947: 

Charlene Greaves Barnes ~ Wesley Barnes Jr ~ Pat Bullock Haws ~ Warren Burkett ~ Vernis Burns Henry ~  Sue Canttrell Suggs ~ Tex Collins ~ Geneva Haley Hitch ~ Virginia Hoffman Fort ~  Virginia Irwin Brown ~ Betty Luck ~ Charles Pinnell ~ James “Red” Smyers ~ Bill Watkins ~


CLASS OF 1948: 

Laverne Duffy ~ Jimmy  Mitchell ~ Juanita Price Gerald ~ Betty Gross ~ T. W. "Pete" Hooper ~ F. D.”Cotton” Hughey ~ Jim McAuley ~ Jimmy Mitchell ~ Ferrell Nixon ~ H. T. "Corky" Wilson ~ Anita Yancy ~ Neil Longley ~ Joy Dell Peeples ~


CLASS OF 1949: 

Bob Turnage ~ Thomas Hamilton ~ George Edward McKee ~ Neill Longley ~ Bobbie Kiehl ~ Charlotte Bynam ~ Billie Craddock ~ Wayne Gillihan ~ Delbert Gibbs ~ Bob Holman ~ 


CLASS OF 1950: 

Harlon Huddleston ~ Johnny Walker ~ Berry Neal ~ Nixon Martin ~ Mary Dicus Lincoln ~ Margaret Duncan  ~  Thomas D Hamilton Jr ~  Clarence Lindsey ~ Mary Olive ~ Royce Stewart ~ Katherine Rhoades White ~ Linda Heath Warden Evans ~ Charlene Goodall Fullbright ~ Susan Tinley Gilliahan ~


CLASS OF 1951: 

Billy Spear ~ Carl Hughen ~ Claude Hood ~ Lou Ollie McAfee ~ Bob (Tree) Summerwell ~ Geraldine Brown Turnbow ~ Jo Ann Hoffman Fort ~ Weldon  McCown ~ Gus George Mckee ~ Gayle Morrow  ~ Elwanna Renner Smith ~ Bill Tighe ~  Roddy Tindle  ~ Alvis  Woolam ~  Johnnye Lewis ~ Larry Taylor ~ Ed Reid ~ Melvin Cotton ~ Robert Forbess ~ Bobby Gene Jones ~


CLASS OF 1952: 

Raby Gene Hamilton ~ Shirley Ham Van Zant ~ Rosa Lee Barret Gunter ~ Ronnie Averyt ~ Barry Brooks ~ Jack Bruton ~ Bonnie Duncan ~ Shirley Morris Phillips ~ Wayne Fair ~ Jean Robinson Kuykendal ~  Gaylon Mayfield ~ Wilma McGary Perkins ~ Billy Spears ~ Omer Yarborough ~ Johnny Hinkle ~ Shirley Belle Spears ~ Max Williams ~


CLASS OF 1953: 

Earnest  Adair ~ Jo Faye Alexander ~ Guy Togo Allen  ~ Jeanette Hughen Blenden ~ Kay Don Cheshire ~ Grace Marie McCarley Dowlen ~ Glen “Sonny" Dyer ~ Henry Sears ~ Sonny Earle ~ Bobby (Red) Ellis ~ Pablo (Paul) Flores ~ Jo Ann Goss ~ Betty Jean Elmore Lowther ~ Shirley Nix Thornton Mathis ~ Mary  Beth Haught Mayfield ~ Jax McCarley ~ Grady McKowan ~ Malcolm McPherson ~ Peggy  Scott Miller  ~ Janis Tindle  ~ Thomas Earl Reamy  ~ John Van Zant  ~ Eugene (Butch) Vining  ~ Julia Toops Wake  ~ "Patricia Corine" Shirley Wisenbaker  ~ Jackie Williams ~ Carl "Mutt" Ellis ~ Elvie Hamilton ~ Gene Tucker ~


CLASS OF 1954: 

Byron Greaves ~ Gerald Huddleston ~ Richard Lowther ~Delmond Boren ~ George Carruth ~ Kay Don Chesshire ~ Walter Clawson ~ Glen "Sonny"Dyer ~ Gene Ellis ~ Johnnie Fletcher ~ Donald Gooch ~ Kenneth Helvey ~ Ronald W Huckabee ~ Don Huestis ~ Robert Linville ~ Ray Lively ~ Richard Lowther ~ Donald Ragsdale ~ Barbara Strickland Molner ~ Sonny Oswalt ~ Mary Payne-Conaster ~ Jimmy Wilson ~ Bobby Don Wright ~ Wanda Jenean Montgomery Phariss ~ Frank Bradfield ~ Leon Chester ~


CLASS OF 1955: 

Jimmy Dorland ~ Luther Hale ~ Mary Jennings Beard ~ Chock Carruth ~ Darrel Crain ~ Tommy Davis ~ Jerry Fitzgerald ~ Mickey Sparks Green ~ Jo Ann Hill-George ~ Peggy Ellis Holman ~ Jane Elmore Huestis ~ Sandra Everts Lamar ~ Joe Peeples ~ James Nichols ~ Randy Pendleton ~ Johnny Reese ~ Clyde Silvey ~ Kenneth Stevens ~ Ray Stilwell ~ Jimmy Thorpe ~ Bobby Dale Tompkins ~ Joe Mac Underwood ~ Barbara M Mosley Silberschlag ~ Billy Weaver ~ Clara Beth Alsobrook Miller ~ Charles Brewer ~


CLASS OF 1956: 

Jatuan Merritt ~ Sammie Fennel Murray ~ Joyce Gibson Nelson ~ Drexell M Nix ~ Larry O’Connor ~ Buddy Phillips ~ Carl Ponca ~ Curtis “Buddy” Price ~ Eddie Price ~ Sue Rhodes ~ Nathan Rienhardt ~ Larry Robertson ~ Aubraleen Tyler Saucer ~ Judy Gardner Schwartz ~ Pat Clawson-Smith ~ Jerry Sue Scott Smith-Branch ~ Eddie Gail Stewart ~ Bobby Neal Toops ~ Nelda Carlisle Turner ~ Joe Mac Underwood ~ Barbara Jan Wheeler ~ Annette Williamson ~ Carolyn Reed ~ Carlene Tharp Boyd ~ James Durbin ~ Dwight Sensabaugh ~ Gary Ford Huddleston ~



CLASS OF 1957: 

Charles Bowden ~ Harold Burns ~ Charles Cummins ~ Wanda J Davis ~ Linda Dorland ~ Mary Dukes ~ Eddie Dumas ~ Martha Hollowell ~ Ronnie Horn ~ David Huddleston ~ Robert Mayfield ~ A.D. McAfee ~ Doyce Perkins ~ Eddie Rigsby ~  Mary Roberts Sensabaugh  ~ Joe Taylor ~ Jack Vining ~ Wendell Whitley ~ Ronald G Wilkins ~ Darlene Brown Harper ~ Larry Ellis Phillips ~ Darrell Hamilton ~ Clifford Barnett ~ Barbara Dumas Chenault ~ Gary R. Hamilton ~


CLASS OF 1958: 

Dean Allen ~ Lynda Alsobrook Huneke ~ Freddie Ancell ~ Peggy Bailey ~ Ona Mae Bilderback ~ Birdie Boren ~ Dorene Brown ~ Wanda Buck ~ Graham Burkett ~ Patty Carlisle McPherson ~ Billy Ray Carruth ~ Gay Dawn Celey ~ Dois Clawson House ~ Peggy Cunningham ~ Donald DeHart ~ Richard "Dickie" Dodd ~ Donald Ray Dragoo ~ Sammy Duggan ~ Delilah "Delsie" Echols Dame Ary ~ Janie Fielder ~ Eva lee Gavitt Bolen ~ Bill "Butch" Gerber ~ Sherry Hale ~ Margaret Harris ~ Vivian Harrison ~ Johnny Hart ~ Hoppy Heidelberg ~ Dwain Mitchell ~ Millie McCorkle ~ Betty McQueen ~ Johnny Miller ~ Kathy Neher ~ Peggy O'Conner ~ Greta Patterson Hicks ~ Ginger Piatt Clouse ~ Jimmy Pike ~ Wayne Pollard ~ Robert "Bob" Pusey ~ Jerry Reid ~ Allen Self ~ Neva Jo Shannon Bufkin ~ Arlene Stalling Gentry ~ Lavada Walker ~ David Yadon ~  Bennie Gore ~ Anna Margaret Hughes Phillips ~ Jerry Reid ~


CLASS OF 1959: 

Jimmy Aduddell ~ James Ancell ~ Don Bates ~ Cleve Balkum ~ Ray Cook ~ Mike Davis ~ Douglas F. Eubanks ~ Thomas Frazier ~ Douglas Gaines ~ Linda Hammett Hanks ~ Lee Wayne Haynes ~ Iris Hayes ~ Harry Hopkins ~ Jerry Jetton ~ Herbert Martin ~ Cecil McCowan ~ Sammy Pendleton ~ Freddie Munsell ~ Linda Williams Robinson ~ Lynette Thompson Moon ~ Nadine Wolfe Shipley ~ D. J. Steward ~ Arley Ray Tyler ~ Molly Word Romig ~ Terry McPherson ~ Melvin Price ~ Jim Mac Stewart ~ Sid Stallings ~ Kenneth Cummins ~ Donald J. Powers ~ Sandy Pipkin Brown ~ Terry Betenbough ~




CLASS OF 1960: 

Preston Dooley ~ Joe Mack Underwood ~ Patsy Barnett ~ John Morrison ~ Pearl Sanders ~ Fred Grobe ~ Jerry Byrne ~ Ray O'Gwin ~ Henry Cook ~ Butch Neidecken ~ Dewayne Hall ~ Dale Underwood ~ Douglas Callahan ~ Elizabeth Johnson ~ Ella May Mason Baker ~ Gary Thornley ~ Glen R. Williamson ~ Jerry Jetton ~ John Kaup ~ Mona Reid Seybold ~ Nelda Skaggs ~ Ralph E. Tucker ~ William Price ~ Ronnie Green ~ Karen Long ~ Ronald Gene Cummins ~ Jerry Wayne Allen ~ James Worley ~


CLASS OF 1961: 

Jerry Allen ~ Jim Bills ~ Dixie Payne Pinnell Brown ~ Reggie Brown ~ Patricia Ryan Buck ~ Karen McCraw Burkett ~ Larry Collinsworth ~ Linda Hudman Cook  ~ Jackie Fowler Cowling ~ Melva Jane Dumas ~Jackie Dyer~ Robert Ervin ~ L.A. 'Mike" Ford ~ James Herbert Garrett ~  Robert Goad ~ Saundra Norman Greaves ~ Larry Herrington ~ June Parker Holcombe ~ Cy Leach ~ Bertie Martin ~ Royce Hull ~ Bobbie Jeane Dallas Hunter ~  Bill McEachern ~ Carolyn McIntyre ~ Patsy Jo Dunn Palla ~ Morris Pope ~ Jimmy Norman ~ Sammy Roach ~ Pat Shawfield Sims ~ Tommie Stubbs ~ Robert Sandlin ~ Nancy Odell Scroggin ~ Marvin Stillwell ~ Garrett Taylor ~ Tommy Thompson ~ Herman Williams ~ James Wood ~ Ann Eppler Young ~ Charles Ancell ~ Jack Walls ~ Reta Lindsey Taubert ~ Bobby Shelton ~



CLASS OF 1962: 

Claudia Penland ~ David King ~ Sharla K Ingram ~ Sherry Maddox ~ Andre Caddell ~ Billy Whitman ~ Larry Coleman ~ John Miller ~ Butch Dillard ~ James Hathcock ~ Chuck Carrigan ~ Jackie Dyer ~ Preston Starks ~ Carol Ann Butler ~ Robert McKelvy ~ John Walker Dublin ~ James Murvin Ard ~  Marvin Stillwell ~ David Gatlin ~ LaDean Hitch Warren ~ Charlotte Kenttala Donnan ~ Burl Greaves ~ Dennis Dumas ~ Glenda Moore Winkley ~ Tommy Camacho ~ Billy Baugus ~


CLASS OF 1963: 

Roy D. Bennet ~ Ray Pipkin ~ Tina Dunn ~ Jerry Shira ~ Johnny Huddleston ~ Tommy Parrish ~ Pat Worley ~ Bill Craig ~ Ronnie Buck Reynolds ~ Tommy Ford ~ Ray Knott ~ Marla Jo Millhoff Coley ~ Ronnie Sims ~ Betty Summers Waits ~ Diane Wood Thompson ~ Mike Conner ~ Janice Payne ~ Billy Flemming ~ Jerry Gillihan ~  Larry Dietrich ~ Larry Robertson ~ Troy Buck ~ Janis Tindle ~ Winnie Smith Keith ~ Joe Cooney ~ Don Humphrey - Janet Kay Hollister ~ Betty Williams McKelvey ~ Brownie Underwood ~ Bobby Moore ~


CLASS OF 1964: 

Ray Williams ~ Gary Anderson ~ Kathy Bilbrey Bull ~ Cheryl Mays Galloway ~ Merle Ray Hoffman ~ Sue Nix Green ~ Edward Thomas Crenshaw, Jr ~ Guinn Cook ~ James (Jimmy) Douglas Pipkin ~ Garth Strawn ~ Gerald Talent ~ Archie Martin ~ Buddy Morgan ~


CLASS OF 1965: 

Sheila Aikey ~ Pat Coley ~ Berry Cox ~ Edward Cole ~ Jan Withers Gryder ~ Judy Hardin ~ Ronnie Hawthorne ~ Chris Jones ~ Mike Laxton ~ Bobby McCready ~ Evan Melton ~ Jesse Don Moorman ~ Jimmy Osterhout ~ Jessie Don Moorman ~ Ronnie Purtell ~ Donald Rhodes ~ Ronnie Buck Reynolds ~ Janis Caraway Strahan ~ Bobby Smith ~ Jerry Terry ~ Linda Walden ~ Will Edd Waldrop ~ JoAnn Warnick ~ Clifford "Buck" West ~ Kenny King ~ Larry Pittman ~ Vicki Thomas Mashunkashey ~ Calvin Hubert ~ Earl "Scotty" Scott ~ Inez "Shorty" Cornejo ~


CLASS OF 1966: 

ABNEY Gary ~ BOYKIN Kenneth ~ BROWN Clifton Joe ~ BURGESS John ~ CHILDRESS Becky Dziatcak ~ COOPER Jerry ~ CORNEJO Odilia Maltos ~ CRABTREE Wesley ~ DUBLIN David ~ EMMONS Gary ~ ERWIN George ~ HAZELDEAN Janet Elaine Field ~ FOWLER James ~ GABRIEL Monty ~ GILLASPY Yvonne  ~ GROSS Donnie ~ HENDRICK David ~ HOLT Robert ~ KAUP John ~ KEITH Alton ~ LAWSON Vana Tidwell ~ LAXTON Sue Woodward ~ MORRIS Greg ~ MOSS Tommy L. ~ O'HANLON Paul ~ PARRISH Roy Don ~ PAYNE Doak ~ PAYNE ohn Paul ~ PEEBLES Lamar ~ PIPKIN LaVoyce Gatlin ~ RENFRO Billie Kane ~ ROBERTS Bobby SISCO Larry~ SMITH Jeannie Townsend ~ SURRATT Walter ~ THOMAS Sonda Farmer ~ TIMMONS Melvin ~ WELLS John ~ WINFIELD Pat ~ WORTHAM Judy Cate ~ WRIGHT Lucretia ~




CLASS OF 1967: 

 Kelly Armstrong ~ John Wayne Beilue ~ Wayne Balkum ~ Sheila Shoffit Brown ~ David Cole ~ Gretchen Walling Hatcher~ Tommy Hood ~ Max Harrington ~ Carlene Hostetter ~ William "Bill" Hooper ~ Mike Jones ~ Robbie LaRue ~ Monty Morrow ~ Alan McFall ~ Ed Nichols ~ Jim Pilgrim ~  Frank Price ~ Mike Railey ~  Debbie Sanders Ryals ~ Lou Nell Ransom ( Ottaberry) ~  Eddie Solomon ~ Clarence Slatton ~ Snuffy Tom ~ Sandy Cleary Tipton ~ Judy Rae Cate Wortham ~ Larry Dale Voorhies ~  Gloria Tipton Hazelwood ~ Marshall Day ~ Carolyn Mills Palmer ~


CLASS OF 1968: 

Lynn Arnold Allen ~ James Baird ~ Dug Belcher ~ Dixie Blackburn  ~ Sara Caddell ~ Donna Crabtree ~ Betty Day McBeth ~ Terry Dockery ~ David Ellison ~  Charlie George ~ Larry Harper ~ Sharon Hicks Pipkin ~ Craig Hopkins ~ Sue Huckabee  ~ Brenda Love ~ Larry Martin ~ Celestino Martinez ~ Randy Miller ~ Mike Miller ~ Floyd Monroe ~ James Morgan ~  Don Nelson ~ Carolyn Ottaberry ~ Tim Pearson ~ Brent Pinnell  ~ Patsy Renfro Kratchla ~ David Saldivar ~ Ray Dell Sanders ~ Joel Sears  ~ Kenneth Ray Thompson ~ Kay Thomas Grant Bigbie ~ Gracie West Miller ~ Mary Beth Murphy Moore ~


CLASS OF 1969: 

Emily Ard ~ Buz Burkett ~ Beverly Blocker ~ Twanna Davis ~ Margie Diaz ~ Eddie Eldridge ~ Larry Fulwider ~ Nita Gerald ~ Paul Gilbert ~ Lloyd Goar ~ Randy Huddleston ~ Karen Huntley ~ Vickie Diane Hadaway ~ Patsy McGill Harris ~  Doug Irwin ~ Tommy Jackson ~ Billy James ~ Cecil Martin ~ Tommy Miller ~ Roy Mitchell ~ Kent Monahan ~ Carl Neinast ~ Larry Nelson ~ Bradley Noble ~ Johnny Parish ~ Wayne Preston ~ Eugene Sawyer ~  Joy Shumaker ~ Jim Stone ~ John Taylor ~ Belinda Tecero ~ Anita Voorhies ~ Mike Weaver ~ Patsy Yarborough Waid ~ Danny Ward ~ Vickie Pierce Renfro ~ Gary Alan Warren ~



CLASS OF 1970:

Larry Abernathy ~ Johnny Aikey ~ Ronnie Bilbrey ~ Gary Brakeen ~ Lovetta Briggs ~ Freddia Buchanan ~ Jay Clevenger ~ Carol Cox ~ Wendell Davenport ~ Larry Drake ~ Judy Lambert Franklin ~ Bernard Fruge ~ Linda Gilchrest ~ Sandra Collins Guthrie ~ Judy Guthrie ~ Sandy Herrington~ Mike Hopkins ~ Gary Neal Hilliard  ~ Joan Compton Hammack ~ Billy Don Griffin ~  Dee Lucado ~ Mary Carol McBeth ~ Wilbur Mulkey ~ Treva Hood Phillips ~ Jackie Powell ~ Lonnie Proby ~ Mary Riley ~ Trena Williams Sommer ~ Byron Stephens ~ Kenneth Strohl ~ Barbara Jones Trenchard ~ Bill Underwood ~ Curtis Warnick ~ Terry Wimberley ~ Danny Willey   ~ Larry Little  ~ Kenneth Templeton ~ Linda Kay Bromley McCoy ~ Don McDonald ~



CLASS OF 1971:

Bobby Delgado ~ Roy Don Hodges ~ John Tumlinson ~ David Stansberry ~ Wendell Ellet ~ Buddy McBeth ~ Crawford "B.J." Williams ~ Lynn Elkins ~ Billy McBeth ~ Bill Green ~ Larry Napper ~ Larry Yarbrough ~ Owen Randolf ~ Diane Moore ~ Alfred Luna ~ Carroll Derrington ~ Pam Burns Meadows ~ Barbara Baucom Kirk ~


 CLASS OF 1972:

Denise Horton ~ Nolan Smart ~ Robbie Long ~ Hershell Griffith ~ Ric Sanders ~ Randy Fitzhugh ~ Linda Robinson ~ Donnie Wright ~ Kenneth Cross ~ David Davila ~ Ray Mccullough ~ Gary “Butch” Gross ~ Keith Nichols ~ Kyle Clannahan ~ Ennis Lee ~ Pat Railey Klemenz ~ Becky Thomas ~ Danny Lee Couch ~ Perry Sutton ~ Robert Knight ~ Alfred Rougeaux ~ Karen Cooke Bloomer ~ Mark Joyce ~ Steve Harmon ~


CLASS OF 1973:

Terry Arnold ~ Jose "Joe" Cornejo ~ Jo Rita Chatagnier ~ Gary Gatlin ~ Homer Guest ~ Bill Hardison ~ Pam Haynie ~  Charles Harkness ~ Leslie Wayne Hood ~ Leslie Hooper ~ John Alls ~ Yvonne Grissom ~ Alice Hamilton ~ Teresa Lawbaough ~ Vona McMullin ~ Gary Neinast ~ Bill Tom ~ Rena Sneed ~ Richard White ~ Daniel Madrid ~ Kathleen Newton Hardison ~  Dana Warren ~ Ricky Lloyd ~ Jim Clements ~ Forrest "BO" Waldron ~


CLASS OF 1974:

Pete Davis ~ Kelvin Gerald ~ Joe Keith ~ Denise Wright ~ Debbie Drennan ~ Roylynn Pierce ~ Alvin Williams ~ Ronnie Pearson ~ Michael Lyle Williams ~ Michael Andrews ~ Mike Hale ~ Craig Peoples ~ Gay Wilson ~ Lisa Burk Warren ~ Ray Allen ~ Dennis Chambliss ~ Mike Conatser ~ Terry Daniel ~ John Williams ~ Johnny Ferguson ~ Dawn Harvick ~ Red Bremerman ~ Ralph Weschke ~ Kimberly Yancy ~


CLASS OF 1975:

Johnny Norvel ~ Dale Dill ~Tommy Bales ~ Johnny Crossland ~ Stan Ham ~ Rocky Bohanon ~ Bruce Thompson Sr. ~ David Barnet ~ Kenny Harrelson ~ Dyke Culp ~ Homer Guthrie ~ Joe Andrade ~ Velma Andrade Cromwell ~ David Compton ~ Dorthy Oliver Lewis ~ Ronny Osborn ~ James Doherty ~ Patricia Buckley Pugh ~ Randy McCullough ~ Twanna Walden Langley ~ James Lawbaugh ~ Karla Chase Clanahan ~


CLASS OF 1976:

Jackie Hale ~ Skeeter Overman ~ Teri Stathem ~ Keith Norvell ~ Jim Hudgens ~ Teri Stathem ~ Karen Wimberley ~ David Drury ~ Dyke Culp ~ Ricard Pendleton ~ Steve Nelson ~ Peggy L. Nickell ~ Mike Puckett ~ Owen Randolph ~ Lisa Evans George ~ Kim Beard ~ Mike Franks ~ Lenita Drennan, Richards ~Bruce Thompson ~ Ken Craig ~ John Gregory ~


CLASS OF 1977:

Oscar Trevino ~ Owen Cook ~ Charlie Russell ~ Henry Bermea ~ Barbara Bernice Bell ~ Chris Carriker ~ Gary Tidwell ~ Merl Osburn ~ Karen Brown ~ Joel Glenn Wiggington ~ James "Bubba" Strixner ~ Terry Bloom ~



CLASS OF 1978:

Dennis Clift ~ Lane Eisenbach ~ Victor Mosley ~ Kelly Hood ~ Jerry Rigdon ~ Kevin Jackson ~ Shirley Kiesling Peterson ~ Jeff Phillips ~ Bruce Robins ~ Dr Jerry McCabe ~ Weldon Walker ~ Alton Stanton ~


CLASS OF 1979:

Bobby Smith ~ Joe Garrett ~ Tate Gowin ~ Lagatha Mihecolby Southerland ~ Tommy Southerland ~ Wilma Holder-Southern  ~ Robert Rutledge ~ Tommy Wayne Williams ~ Ricky Gaines ~


CLASS OF 1980:

Donnie Munsell ~ Kerry Braswell ~ Lane Wright ~ Danny Williams ~ Patrick Ogden ~ Mike Detterick ~ Charlie Polk ~ Reuben Trevino ~ Pete Hughey ~ Rene Subia ~ Jerry McIntyre ~ Barry Hilliard ~


CLASS OF 1981:

Ruben Acosta ~ Effie Falcon ~ Sharon Springer ~ Deborah Beck ~ David Smartt ~ Kenny Schroeder ~ George Gonzales ~ Carmen Bernal ~ Preston Driver ~ Jeri Bales ~ Bob White ~ Randy Kennemur ~ Shelly Merrick Tidwell ~ Terrie Sue McIntyre Kersch ~ Jesse Lujan ~


CLASS OF 1982:

Neal Sealy ~ Tommy Gatlin ~ Tammy Webb Leonard ~  Beth Montgomery Mosley ~ Rumaldo Falcon


CLASS OF 1983:

Brent Shoemaker ~ Bonnie Montgomery ~ Greg Stevenson


CLASS OF 1984:

Randy Hamilton ~ Danny Williams ~ Jeff “Odie” Taylor ~ Robin Cala ~ Maria Cordoba ~ Freddy Garcia ~ Lisa Mosley ~


CLASS OF 1985:

Jeff Bechtel ~ Terry Gilbert ~ Stephanie Lightfoot Class


CLASS OF 1986:

Beckie Waggoner ~ Tina Rae Martin ~


CLASS OF 1987:

Bill Stout ~ Mike Pace ~ David Ryals ~ Melinda Merrell ~Chandler Langley~ Chad David Redwine ~ Michael "RuRu" Wells ~ Jeremy Vaughn ~


CLASS OF 1988:

David Ryals ~ Kid Estrada


CLASS OF 1989:

Gym Bice ~ Hugo Roman ~



CLASS OF 1990:

Heath Hamilton ~ Jenifer Galloway Bice ~ Christy McBeth Hallum ~ Chris Derringer ~ Robert Krachla ~ Priscilla Lopez ~


CLASS OF 1991:

Kevin Ryals ~ Cara Bradford ~


CLASS OF 1992: ~ Brandi Thompson Smith ~ Meagan Murphy ~ Heather Newbrough ~ Rosa Medina ~


CLASS OF 1993:


CLASS OF 1994: ~

Laura Gibson Bartholomew ~ Tony Lopez ~ Jose Felix Leyva Jr.


CLASS OF 1995: ~

David Mangus ~ Stephanie Cordova ~


CLASS OF 1996: ~

Bruce Thompson Jr. ~


CLASS OF 1997: ~

John Eric Medina ~ Cassie Davis ~


CLASS OF 1998: 

Jovito Nunez ~ Chris Erwin ~


CLASS OF 1999: Joe Kent Ward ~ Shannon Peel ~ Brad Newbrough ~ Shawn Bryan Wilson ~


CLASS OF 2000: Clara Rodriguez ~ Trevor Lightfoot


CLASS OF 2001: Bobby Turnbow ~ Amy Gardner ~  James Duncan



CLASS OF 2002: Chandra Westfall ~ John Pearson






CLASS OF 2005: Chris Stephens ~


CLASS OF 2006: Jared Tanner Joiner ~


CLASS OF 2007:
Tiffany Summers ~ Ryan Geddings ~ Charlie Vales ~ Dallas Keel ~ Charlie Valles ~

CLASS OF 2008:
Kristen Corbin ~ Bailey Day ~ Mercedes Ramirez ~

CLASS OF 2009:
Marissa Luna ~ Leslie Jimenez ~ Melisa Flores ~ Brittany Martinez ~

CLASS OF 2010:
Christian Bruton ~ Cody Gail Stewart ~ Spencer Lopez ~ Edward “Eddie” Guevara ~
CLASS OF 2011:
Lucy Lujan ~ Ethan Cole ~


CLASS OF 2012:

Jose M.”Joe-Jo” Lopez Jr ~


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CLASS OF 2018:

Michael Ray de Leòn ~





William Chandler "Chan" Langley

- - January 1st, 2014

William Chandler "Chan" Langley graduated from Andrews High School in 1987.  He was two years younger and played on the Varsity tennis team with me.  Chan was such a nice guy and had great expressions when he thought something was really funny.  He was a joy to tease, too!  Chan was tall and super thin ... gangley.  Hence, his last name was Langley.  What fun, right?!!! 

When I knew him, he was a devout Christian.  I remember asking him about his then girlfriend, Rebecca Carlson, who was a nonbeliever at the time.  Chan simply said, "That's not an option longterm."  I guess they worked it out, because they ended up getting married.  

Rebecca was a year older than Chan in school, but they were both so considerate of each other.  Actually, I believe they were boyfriend and girlfriend his fres
hman and her sophomore year, but they were both so private, who knows for sure. Chan and Rebecca were adorable together, though.

Evidently, he ended up becoming a coach and a teacher.  In his obituary, there was no mention of children.  His facebook page has been memorialized by his sister, but there are very few details to date.  I can still hear his nervous laughter at my irreverent jokes and overall behavior.  What a great soul!!!   

Sincerely,  Marvilyn  

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William Chandler "Chan" Langley

William Chandler "Chan" Langley, 45, of Lubbock, died Wednesday, January 1, 2014, in Lubbock.  Services are scheduled at 2 p.m. today at McNett Funderal Home in Andrews.  Arrangements are by McNett Funeral Home of Andrews.  

He was born in Sweeny.  He was a teacher and a coach.  Survivors include his wife, Rebecca Langley; parents, Ronny and Susan Langley; and sister, Heather Harrison.

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Doris Gayle Graham (O'Dell)

April 4th, 1944 - February 14th, 2018


   Doris Gayle O'Dell Graham of Corpus Christi, TX passed away peacefully on Wednesday, February 14, 2018 after a long battle with Alzheimer's.
   She was born on April 4, 1944 in Sanat Maria, CA to Robert L. and Edna F. O'dell. They moved to Texas in 1950 and finally settled in Andrews, TX, where she attended Andrews High School and was a member of the Mustang Marching Band. She played the clarinet and truly enjpyed band and marching and talked fondly of her friends and the years she spent in band..
   She met and married the love of her life, J.W. "Dub" Graham while in Andrews.They were married on January 20, 1962 and enjoyed 56 years together. They had  two children, Monte Dale and Ka-Lynn. They moved around following the oilfield until they finally settled in Corpus Christi where she went to work for Target Drilling in 1979 and remained in the same building through many company changes until finally retiring in 2015 from Pool Company. She loved her job and she loved her family and was truly devoted to both.
   She is preceded in death by both of  her parents.
   She is survived by her loving husband, J.W. "Dub" Graham; children Monte (Audrey) Graham and Ka-Lynn Graham; her brother, Robert Doran O'Dell; six grandchildren      and two great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews.
   The family would like to express their sincere gratitude and love to her caregiver for the last eleven months. This woman was a Godsend to our familyand we will be forever  thankful for the wonderful care and love she gave our mother. She will forever hold a special place inour hearts and remain a part of our family "We thank you so much Mrs. Edna Garza. You are an angel sent straight from heaven. We love you."
   There is a memeorial service being held on Saturday, February 24, 2018 at 10:00 am at Sawyer-George Funeral Home Chapel. 
   All are welcome at the home of Dub Graham at 9341 Moon Beam Trail, Corpus Christi, TX, after the service for visitation. 


Susan Gillihan (Tinsley)

February 27th, 1932 - March 4th, 2018

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Susan “Susie” (Tinsley) Gillihan 86, went to be with her Lord and Savior on March 4, 2018.
Susie was born to the late Thomas Cleveland Tinsley and Rosa Lee Mitchum Tinsley on February 27, 1932 in El Dorado, AR. 
She is preceded in death by her parents and two siblings, Jack Tinsley and Eloise Bates, and the love of her life, Carl Wayne Gillihan.

Susan is survived by her three children, Bridgett Norwood (Wyn), Laurie Osborne (Bob), and Brad Gillihan; and four grandchildren Brandon Gillihan (Jennifer), Matthew Couch, Lindsay Wolf (Scott), and Chase Osborne.
After graduation, Susan attended Abilene Christian College in Abilene, TX before marrying the love of her life, Carl Gillihan.  She was a nurse for 30+ years and also served our country as a military spouse.

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Jerry M. Gillihan

June 16th, 1945 - September 5th, 1995

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Jerry Mack Gillihan 50, owner of Longhorn Cleaners, died on September 5, 1995 in a Bedford, TX hospital.

Jerry was born in Waxahachie, TX on June 16, 1945 to Carl and Lois Gillihan. He was preceded in death by his father, Carl Gillihan.  Jerry was a member of the church of Christ and was formerly in the banking business.

Jerry is survived by sons, Jeffery Gillihan and Russell Gillihan; mother, Lois Gillihan; brothers,  Wayne Gillihan and Monroe Gillihan; and sister, Karla Sue McDonald

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Robert Gillihan

October 4th, 1940 - February 11th, 2021


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Robert Monroe Gillihan was born in Waxahachie, Texas.  He graduated from Andrews High School in 1958.  He proudly served in the U.S. Air Force and retired from Lockheed Martin in Ft. Worth.  Sadly missed by his two children, John (Lauren) Gillihan, and Shannan (Randy) Leatherman, his three grandchildren, and his great-grandson.

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Derek Hernandez

February 1st, 2004 - April 29th, 2021

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Derek Jordan Hernandez, 17, of Andrews passed away on Thursday, April 29, 2021 in Lubbock, Texas.

Family and friends gathered to celebrate his life at 10:00 AM Monday, May 3, 2021 at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church with Rev. Joseph Ogbonna officiating. Interment followed in the Andrews North Cemetery. Visitation was May 1, 2021 from 4:00 – 9:00 PM and May 2, 2021 from 1:00 – 9:00 PM with a Rosary Service at 7:00 PM at the funeral home. Arrangements were under the personal care of McNett Funeral Home.

Derek was born on February 1, 2004 in Uvalde, Texas to Pedro Hernandez and Felicia Rivera Hernandez. He was a Junior at Andrews High School and participated in Cross Country, Track and A Capella choir. Derek loved to hang out with his friends, play online video games and basketball. His family and friends describe him as unselfish, real, outgoing, caring, funny, full of life, a gentleman, very social, understanding, reliable, always smiling, and very competitive. Derek was a wonderful son and brother and enjoyed picking on his siblings and annoying his mom. He was very loved and will be greatly missed by all. He was preceded in death by his grandfather Fermin Rivera and his great-grandparents.

Derek is survived by his parents, Pedro and Felicia Hernandez of Andrews, Texas, siblings, Katelynn, Mikayla and Diego all of Andrews, Texas, grandparents, Estella Rivera and Alvino Rios, Jr. of Uvalde, Texas and Norman and Sylvia Torres of Batesville, Texas.

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