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Janeanne Herring (Arnet)

November 1st, 1954 - November 10th, 2010


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Born in Orange, Texas on November 1, 1954, Janeanne was the daughter of William Dalton Herring and Jane (Palmer) Herring Lindsey. She was a loving wife and homemaker who took care of her family.

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Rebecca "Becky" Brown

September 16th, 1925 - September 2nd, 2014

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Becky was born in Orange, on September 16, 1952. She was the daughter of the late James (Peewee) Brown and Mary Alice Brown. She was preceded in death by her father; brother, Gil Brown; niece, Rachel Brown; and nephew, Jesse Brown.  Becky was the caregiver for her father and mother for 35 years. She was an incredible person who loved spending time with her family and friends.

Visitation will be 6:00 to 8:00 p.m., Thursday, September 4, 2014, at Pinehurst United Pentecostal Church. Life honoring services will be Friday, September 5, at 2:00 p.m., also at the church, with Bro. George Gau officiating. Burial will follow in Bland Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Jim Brown, Aval Brown, Billy Peveto, Paul Peveto, Payton Brown, and Trea Henderson.

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From Shaney Fragstein on February 6th, 2016
Gone but never forgotten! I carry your green rabbit foot with me every where I go. Love you always!
 

Mark Carter


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Willie Cook


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Kevin Daniels

- - August 12th, 2006


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KEVIN DANIELS, 52, died suddenly the 12th of August at St. Luke's Hospital. A through and through Texan, he graduated from UT. He worked for Trammel Crow Co. for many years and for 11 years was Executive Director of CCA, a cause dear to his heart. At his death, Kevin was with Todd Land Development, but his favorite job was coaching his Son in the Post Oak Little League.

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From John Crew on July 26th, 2014
Kevin Daniels was a good soul.  Tormented by family issues, he did the best he could but it just wasn't good enough to free him of the guilt put on him by his father.  I loved him and wished he could of seen how wonderful his daughter has become and how beautiful his granddaughters are.  I see him every day in all of them. 
 

Ronnie Garrison

May 28th, 1954 - February 16th, 2009


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Ronnie was a lifelong resident of Orange, graduated from Stark High School in 1972 where he played varsity football since the 10th grade. He then earned a scholarship to play football for Texas A & M University in College Station. Ron had previously worked as a process operator for the Echo Plant in Orange and he then worked as a nurse for both Christus - St. Mary Hospital and The Medical Center of Southeast Texas, both in Port Arthur. Ron was extremely passionate about music, he played the guitar since the age of 14 and enjoyed many types of music. Although he had many loves in his life, the most important was his love for his family. He enjoyed cooking on the grill and inviting his family and friends to come over and eat with him. Ron also possessed many areas of creativity, he enjoyed reading and going out on the water.

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Mike Guidry

- - 2006


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From alice guidry cox on September 7th, 2012
my brother,my friend.he was a good UNCLE who help me raise my 2 sons.miss you
 

Virgie Guillory


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Phyllis Hebert

July 14th, 1954 - September 15th, 2008


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PHYLLIS HOPE HEBERT, 54, died peacefully on Monday, September 15, 2008, at Methodist Willowbrook Hospital in Houston after struggling with brain cancer and seizures for over 29 years. Phyllis was born July 14, 1954 at Orange Memorial Hospital to Lloyd and Edia (Picard) Hebert. She was preceded in death by both parents. She is survived by sisters Gail (Mrs. Ray Savoy) of Youngsville, LA; Karen (Mrs. Fleet Trahan) of Okinawa, Japan; and Terri who lived with Phyllis and attended to her needs for the past 12 years. Phyllis is also survived by nephew, David Savoy of Atlanta, GA, godchild, Staci (Savoy) Spisak of Lafayette, LA and niece, Susan (Savoy) Codina of Youngsville, LA. She attended elementary school at St. Mary's in Orange, and graduated from Lutcher Stark High School and Durham Business College. She was a bookkeeper for M&I Industries and American Darling Valve in Beaumont. She volunteered at St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital in Houston. Phyllis was very talented. Her hobbies included knitting, crocheting and counted cross-stitch. In her earlier years she was the owner of Phyllis' Stained Glass in Orange and created custom stained glass designs. Thanks to Sue Robinson for the weekday care of Phyllis and to the staff at Methodist for treating Phyllis with such dignity and care.

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From Jenny MEaux Forsyth on January 12th, 2012
Phyllis was my best friend since the 4th grade. I miss her terribly . I know she would have been so excited for our 40th reunion. She loved reunions so much. Love and  miss our fun times together. Jenny
 
From Susan Mumbach Lester on April 25th, 2012
I don't even know how to respond to this loss.... She was a wonderful friend, and though I haven't been in contact in so many many years, I especially remember her fairness and honesty.
 

Lisa Hoffpauiar

Lisa live near me during high school and we were in campfire girls together also.  A very sweet person. She was killed in a car accident shortly after we graduated. 
                                                                             Jenny Meaux Forsyth

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From Sherry Harris on April 9th, 2012
 Such a beautiful soul.  She was a true friend and I think of her each time I pass by where the wreck occured.  I still miss her.
 
From alice Cox (Guidry) on September 7th, 2012

Lisa was one of my dearest friends who helped me learn to drive a car and took the blame when I put her mom's car in the ditch. 

 

Lynwood Howard

July 19th, 1954 - April 15th, 2009


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From the Houston Chronicle Obit dated April 21,2009


Lynwood "Bruce" Howard, born July 19,1954 to Roy and Eloise Howard in Gladewater, Tx, passed away April 15,2009 in Houston.  Lynwood was preceded in death by his parents, and is survived by his beloved wife of 30 years, Bonnie Webster Howard; daughter Vanessa Hartfiel; sons Geremy Howard and wife Deborah, and John Howard and wife, Lynne; brother Leon Howard and sister Juanita Ehlers and husband Hap. .......

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From Robert Martin on September 28th, 2012
 I did not know Lynwood had died.  He and I spent many a Sunday hiding out from Sunday school at First Baptist.  We were pretty much inseperable as kids.
 
From Hank Van Slyke on June 23rd, 2015
In church Youth Choir, Lynwood could be counted on to say or do something humorous and not quite disrespectful.  ;-)  On one choir trip around 1970 or so, we ended up at the 'new' Sharpstown Mall in Houston and Lynwood found a toy store right away, bought a family of quacking wooden ducks on wheels and pulled them all around the mall.  What a joy!
 

Harry James


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From Cheryl Boyd- Simar on July 6th, 2012
 
 
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From Dana McDill on September 2nd, 2012
I loved Harry.  He went to our church and always sat with Brenda Stephens.  But, he hung around our neighborhood in Roselawn and Harry, my sister, and Jimmy Dowies would have great times together.  Harry was fund and his smile infectious.  God bless his soul.
 

James David Liggin

November 11th, 1953 - November 23rd, 2006

  We had not been in touch for several years.  He was in the Navy for 4 years and then moved to Houston.  He was  a loner and marched to the beat of his own drum.  

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Tom Magness


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Steven Mazzola

March 21st, 1954 - June 23rd, 2015

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Dr. Steven D Mazzola, 61, of Orange, Texas, passed away on June 23, 2015, peacefully at his home, surrounded by his loving family after a brief illness which he fought with courage and dignity. Now, as his family mourns his passing, they also celebrate all that he was to them.
A Memorial Mass will be held at 5:00pm, Friday, June 26, 2015, at St. Francis Catholic Church in Orange, officiated by Father Tom Phelan. Immediately after the Mass at St. Francis, a private entombment will take place. Following entombment, the family will receive guests at the St. Francis San Damiano Center. Cremation is under the direction of Claybar Haven of Rest Crematory.
Born in Orange, Texas, on March 21, 1954, he was the son of Benny Mazzola, Jr. and Irona (Tibby) Mazzola. Steven attended St. Mary School, and graduated from Stark High School in 1972. He went on to receive his Bachelor of Science Degree from Lamar University, a Master’s Degree from Texas A&M, and his Medical Doctorate Degree from the University of Texas Medical School in 1986. He was a Board Certified Critical Care Internal Medicine Specialist in Orange for 29 years and loved his healing profession and caring for his patients.
In 1983 he married Linda Kay Hall of Orange and together they raised 4 children who he adored greatly and they loved him as their hero. He was the ultimate family man. He spent his life always trying to do everything he could for them and for all those around him. Steven was the most loving husband, dad, grandfather, son, brother, uncle, and physician, all wrapped up in a shy, unassuming, and very humble Christian man. He had a great sense of humor and was so much fun to be with during family times and gatherings. He honored and observed the traditions of family, faith, and holidays. He especially loved Christmas and was always eager to host an event. He loved his times at the lake house golfing, fishing, and simply being surrounded by his family and friends. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
He was preceded in death by his father, Benny Mazzola, Jr.; his brother, Dr. Benny (Beno) Mazzola, III; and his sister Virginia (Gigi) Mazzola Luna.
He is survived by his mother Irona (Tibby) Mazzola; his loving wife of 32 years, Linda Kay (Hall) Mazzola; his sons, Steven Mazzola, Jr., and Adam Mazzola, both of Houston, Texas; his daughters, Leslie and her husband, Dr. Justin Hogan of Baton Rouge and their daughter Parker Noelle, Lauren and husband Brandon Hogan of Orange; his brother, Gilbert and wife Debbie Mazzola; his sisters, Liz Oliva, Anita and husband Jim Layne, and Gail and husband Paul Van Der Maas; parents-in-law, Martha and Stan Hall, all of Orange; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, friends, patients, and colleagues, all of whom mourn his passing while celebrating the blessing that he was.
In lieu of flowers, the family of Dr. Mazzola requests that anyone wishing to make donations, make them to a charity of your choice or to The Dr. Steven D. Mazzola Scholarship Fund, c/o 202 Border St., Orange, Tx 77630.

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Rhonda Mosby (Mosby-Roberson)


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Ivan Parrish

- - July 20th, 2014

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Roy "Ivan" Parrish, 60, passed away Sunday July 20, 2014.
Memorial service: 11 a.m. Thursday at Lucas Funeral Home in Grapevine, 700 W. Wall St.
Ivan grew up in Orange, Texas. He loved sports, traveling, and history. He loved watching his girls play basketball. Most of all he loved his family. . In lieu of flowers, Memorial contributions may be directed to UT Southwestern Medical Center, P.O. Box 910888, Dallas, TX 75391-0888 or online at  http://www.utsouthwestern.edu/donatenow   to support the Cancer research. Please make checks payable to UT Southwestern Medical Center.
Survivors: His wife Joy Parrish; and daughters, Monica and Lindsey Parrish; mother-in-law, Betty Maxwell; brother-in-laws, Vonn Murray, and Layne Finlay; sister-in-laws, Jeanne Murray, and Lynn Finlay; close family friends, Chris and Hollie Harrington; and nieces and nephews, Misty, Kelly, Seth, Laramie, Gavin, and Leah.

 

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From Danny King on July 27th, 2014
Image Just lost a piece of my heart. What a witty man. So much fun to be around. And, such a dedicated friend. Every time I left him after a visit, he would always say: "Come back - I want to see you again". I will see you again, my friend, someday.
 

Mike Schrieber

January 15th, 1954 - February 15th, 2017

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James Michael “Mike” Schrieber, Sr., 63, of Orange, Texas, passed away on February 15, 2017.
A memorial service will be held at 5:30 p.m., Saturday, February 18, 2017, at Claybar Funeral Home in Orange. Cremation is under the direction of Claybar Haven of Rest Crematory.
Visitation will be prior to the service beginning at 4:00 p.m.
Born in Orange, Texas, on January 15, 1954, Mike was the son of Lovelace and Bettie Schrieber. He owned Schrieber’s Video Rental on the circle in Orange. Mike was an avid sports fan, had a competitive nature, enjoyed playing softball and baseball, and even played baseball for Lamar University and Stark High School when he was younger. He loved music and enjoyed hosting family and friends at his house to play card games and board games. Mike was a fun loving man who everyone knew as “Pop”. He will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him.
He was preceded in death by his parents.
Mike is survived by his children, Tara Allen and husband Thomas, of Fort Worth, James Michael Schrieber, Jr., of Bridge City, and Shanna Schrieber, of Gilbert, Arizona; grandchildren, Nathan and Spencer Allen; step-daughter, Jami Emerson and husband Adam and family, of Gilbert, Arizona; siblings, L.J. Schrieber, Jr. and wife Dee, of Hemphill and Sharon Stephenson, of Orange; and nieces and nephews, Brad and Katina Schrieber, Britni Stephenson, and Robin Fuller and husband Jack, and their families.

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From James Dorrell on February 19th, 2017
I played baseball with Mike (Pop), starting back in Little League.  Even then, he had that "live" arm that set him apart from the pack.  I was SO glad he was on my team...I never wanted to stand in the batter's box facing that scary fastball!  We both progressed into high school baseball and one of my fondest memories from those days was serving as his catcher when I was a sophomore and he was a junior.  Wade Phillips was our coach that year and we pretty much ran our own show.  (even then, Coach Phillips was all about the football)  I cannot remember our opponent that night at our beautiful old ball field...it still had the old wooden covered bleachers.  By that time, Mike had become "Pop".  That night, Pop was throwing "flames"!  His curve ball was breaking two feet and his sinker seemed to fall off a table.  As Pop's catcher, I got to call his pitches (Coach Phillips had no problem with that!) and I had so much fun shooting Pop the signals and watching batter after batter come to the plate and promptly sit back down, as none could guess what was coming, be it a fastball, curve, drop or change up.  I felt complete confidence in every thing he could throw and it seems like he just could not miss!  It was like being "inside" a video game.  I didn't know I was catching a future Lamar Cardinal, but I knew it was something special.  And it has lived in my personal memory box for over four decades.  Mike was never overly cocky about his God given talents.  To be sure, he was confident in his abilities and rightfully so!  I consider it an honor to have shared a place with him, playing on the team I dreamed of being a part of from the time I was eight years old...the Stark Tigers.
 

Doretha Smith


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Larry Smith

October 23rd, 1953 - July 26th, 2014

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Larry K. Smith
Oct 23, 1953 - Jul 26, 2014
Larry K. Smith, 60, of Orange, passed away on July 26, 2014 at his residence in Orange.

Visitation will be from 6:00-9:00 PM, Thursday with a memorial service at 7 P.M. at Claybar Funeral Home in Orange.

Born in Orange, Texas, on October 23, 1953, he was the son of William “Tex” Smith and Hazel Dean (Gilliam) Smith. Larry graduated from Lamar University where he obtained his Bachelors in Oceanographic Technology. Following graduation, he was a supervisor at Invista in Orange. Larry loved cooking, traveling, gardening, and most importantly, fishing. Larry also loved to tinker, enjoying his time as a handyman.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Tex and Hazel Smith.

He is survived by his sons, Jordan Kyle Smith and wife, Jennifer of Spring, TX; Alexander Paul Smith of Orange; and Taylor William Smith of Baton Rouge, LA; his sister, Vicki Lynn Baxter and husband, Roney of Tyler; former wife and mother of his children, Rachal Joan Smith. Larry was also looking forward to the arrival of his first grandchild, Braxton Kyle Smith.

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From Hank Van Slyke on June 23rd, 2015
Ronnie Garrison said Larry was "the last of the great Cajun joke tellers".  I told Larry that at Ronnie's funeral visitation and he was pleasantly surprised.  Yes, Larry was a great guy. We'll get to hear Larry's jokes again in Heaven.  Thanks for being with us all these years.
 

Keith Sonnier


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Barbara Strickland

March 22nd, 1954 - January 21st, 1983


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Joe Van Slyke

- - December 30th, 2001


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From Hank Van Slyke on August 11th, 2012
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Bill White

April 19th, 1954 - April 25th, 2004


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Patricia Hale (Wier)

July 5th, 1954 - June 23rd, 2015

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Patricia Hale Weir passed away on June 23, 2015 at her home in Frisco, Texas surrounded by family and friends. Tricia was born on July 5, 1954 to Paul E. and Charlotte “Chockey” Hale in Beaumont, Texas. She was raised in Orange, Texas attending Lutcher Stark High School.
In 1977, she received her B.A. degree in Nursing from the University of Texas at Austin where she was later employed as a Charge Nurse at the Austin State School. In 1978, she married Keith Weir, the love of her life, in the First Presbyterian Church in Orange. They moved back to Orange in 1981 where they enjoyed 37 years of marriage, raising two children, Taylor and Justin.
Tricia worked briefly for Southeast Texas Hospice before she found her passion of caring for the children in local schools. She worked for West Orange-Stark School District, mainly Anderson Elementary, beginning in 1985.
In 1993, she transferred to Mauriceville School District where she worked for 15 years. She was a loving and caring influence to both the children and the staff of Mauriceville Elementary until her retirement in 2007.
She was a member of Delta Kappa Gamma and a dedicated member of Service League of Orange for many years. During her lifetime, she served in numerous capacities for First Presbyterian Church in Orange.
In December of 2014, she and Keith and her mother, Chockey, moved to Frisco, Texas to be close to her children and 3-year-old grandson.
She is preceded in death by her father, Paul E. Hale and her sister, Julie Ann Hale. She is survived by her mother, Chockey Hale, her huband, Keith Weir, her sister, Frieda Hale of Houston, her son, Justin Weir of Dallas and her daughter, Taylor Edwards, son-in-law, Casey Edwards and grandson, Cason Edwards of Frisco, Texas.
A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, June 27th at 1:00 PM at First Presbyterian Church in Orange, Texas, followed by a visitation with the family.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Head for the Cure Foundation, a brain cancer awareness non-profit organization. You may participate online at www.Headforthecure.org by visiting her memorial page at www.headforthecure.org/foundation/memorials/patricia-weir or by mail at
Head for the Cure
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Kansas City, Missouri 64108
 

Patricia Hale Weir passed away on June 23, 2015 at her home in Frisco, Texas surrounded by family and friends. Tricia was born on July 5, 1954 to Paul E. and Charlotte “Chockey” Hale in Beaumont, Texas. She was raised in Orange, Texas attending Lutcher Stark High School.

In 1977, she received her B.A. degree in Nursing from the University of Texas at Austin where she was later employed as a Charge Nurse at the Austin State School. In 1978, she married Keith Weir, the love of her life, in the First Presbyterian Church in Orange. They moved back to Orange in 1981 where they enjoyed 37 years of marriage, raising two children, Taylor and Justin.

Tricia worked briefly for Southeast Texas Hospice before she found her passion of caring for the children in local schools. She worked for West Orange-Stark School District, mainly Anderson Elementary, beginning in 1985.

In 1993, she transferred to Mauriceville School District where she worked for 15 years. She was a loving and caring influence to both the children and the staff of Mauriceville Elementary until her retirement in 2007.

She was a member of Delta Kappa Gamma and a dedicated member of Service League of Orange for many years. During her lifetime, she served in numerous capacities for First Presbyterian Church in Orange.

In December of 2014, she and Keith and her mother, Chockey, moved to Frisco, Texas to be close to her children and 3-year-old grandson.

She is preceded in death by her father, Paul E. Hale and her sister, Julie Ann Hale. She is survived by her mother, Chockey Hale, her huband, Keith Weir, her sister, Frieda Hale of Houston, her son, Justin Weir of Dallas and her daughter, Taylor Edwards, son-in-law, Casey Edwards and grandson, Cason Edwards of Frisco, Texas.

A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, June 27th at 1:00 PM at First Presbyterian Church in Orange, Texas, followed by a visitation with the family.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Head for the Cure Foundation, a brain cancer awareness non-profit organization. You may participate online at www.Headforthecure.org by visiting her memorial page at www.headforthecure.org/foundation/memorials/patricia-weir or by mail at

Head for the Cure

2020 Baltimore, Suite 201

Kansas City, Missouri 64108

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Patricia Hale Weir passed away on June 23, 2015 at her home in Frisco, Texas surrounded by family and friends. Tricia was born on July 5, 1954 to Paul E. and Charlotte “Chockey” Hale in Beaumont, Texas. She was raised in Orange, Texas attending Lutcher Stark High School.

In 1977, she received her B.A. degree in Nursing from the University of Texas at Austin where she was later employed as a Charge Nurse at the Austin State School. In 1978, she married Keith Weir, the love of her life, in the First Presbyterian Church in Orange. They moved back to Orange in 1981 where they enjoyed 37 years of marriage, raising two children, Taylor and Justin.

Tricia worked briefly for Southeast Texas Hospice before she found her passion of caring for the children in local schools. She worked for West Orange-Stark School District, mainly Anderson Elementary, beginning in 1985.

In 1993, she transferred to Mauriceville School District where she worked for 15 years. She was a loving and caring influence to both the children and the staff of Mauriceville Elementary until her retirement in 2007.

She was a member of Delta Kappa Gamma and a dedicated member of Service League of Orange for many years. During her lifetime, she served in numerous capacities for First Presbyterian Church in Orange.

In December of 2014, she and Keith and her mother, Chockey, moved to Frisco, Texas to be close to her children and 3-year-old grandson.

She is preceded in death by her father, Paul E. Hale and her sister, Julie Ann Hale. She is survived by her mother, Chockey Hale, her huband, Keith Weir, her sister, Frieda Hale of Houston, her son, Justin Weir of Dallas and her daughter, Taylor Edwards, son-in-law, Casey Edwards and grandson, Cason Edwards of Frisco, Texas.

A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, June 27th at 1:00 PM at First Presbyterian Church in Orange, Texas, followed by a visitation with the family.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Head for the Cure Foundation, a brain cancer awareness non-profit organization. You may participate online at www.Headforthecure.org by visiting her memorial page at www.headforthecure.org/foundation/memorials/patricia-weir or by mail at

Head for the Cure

2020 Baltimore, Suite 201

Kansas City, Missouri 64108

- See more at: http://kogt.com/obituaries/patricia-hale-weir-2/#sthash.EbiODGRf.dpuf

Patricia Hale Weir passed away on June 23, 2015 at her home in Frisco, Texas surrounded by family and friends. Tricia was born on July 5, 1954 to Paul E. and Charlotte “Chockey” Hale in Beaumont, Texas. She was raised in Orange, Texas attending Lutcher Stark High School.

In 1977, she received her B.A. degree in Nursing from the University of Texas at Austin where she was later employed as a Charge Nurse at the Austin State School. In 1978, she married Keith Weir, the love of her life, in the First Presbyterian Church in Orange. They moved back to Orange in 1981 where they enjoyed 37 years of marriage, raising two children, Taylor and Justin.

Tricia worked briefly for Southeast Texas Hospice before she found her passion of caring for the children in local schools. She worked for West Orange-Stark School District, mainly Anderson Elementary, beginning in 1985.

In 1993, she transferred to Mauriceville School District where she worked for 15 years. She was a loving and caring influence to both the children and the staff of Mauriceville Elementary until her retirement in 2007.

She was a member of Delta Kappa Gamma and a dedicated member of Service League of Orange for many years. During her lifetime, she served in numerous capacities for First Presbyterian Church in Orange.

In December of 2014, she and Keith and her mother, Chockey, moved to Frisco, Texas to be close to her children and 3-year-old grandson.

She is preceded in death by her father, Paul E. Hale and her sister, Julie Ann Hale. She is survived by her mother, Chockey Hale, her huband, Keith Weir, her sister, Frieda Hale of Houston, her son, Justin Weir of Dallas and her daughter, Taylor Edwards, son-in-law, Casey Edwards and grandson, Cason Edwards of Frisco, Texas.

A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, June 27th at 1:00 PM at First Presbyterian Church in Orange, Texas, followed by a visitation with the family.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Head for the Cure Foundation, a brain cancer awareness non-profit organization. You may participate online at www.Headforthecure.org by visiting her memorial page at www.headforthecure.org/foundation/memorials/patricia-weir or by mail at

Head for the Cure

2020 Baltimore, Suite 201

Kansas City, Missouri 64108

- See more at: http://kogt.com/obituaries/patricia-hale-weir-2/#sthash.EbiODGRf.dpuf

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Darlene Smith (Williams)

August 11th, 1953 - September 12th, 2012

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