Obituaries

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DOROTHY LANELL WILLIS

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Dorothy “Nell” Pickens-Willis was born on May 25, 1956 in Dallas, Texas to parents, Dorothy M. Dickey and Raymond Pickens. Dorothy accepted Christ at an early age under the leadership of Pastor Hampton at Johnson Memorial. She later served under the leadership of Elder Leroy Johnson. Dorothy married her husband, Larry D. Willis, April 12, 1998 and she loved him dearly. They raised six beautiful children together.
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JAMES LANIER ONDRUCH

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James Lanier Ondruch; 77 years and 21 days of Normangee, TX; passed away on February 19, 2021 at his home in Normangee, TX. Funeral services were scheduled for 1 p.m. on February 27, 2021 at Union Baptist Church in the Ten Mile Community. Jerry Gustavus will officiate. The burial followed at Ten Mile Cemetery. The visitation is scheduled prior to the service beginning at 12 p.m.
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SANDRA KAY MIXON

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Sandra Kay Mixon, 72, passed away on February 1, 2021 at St. Joseph Health in Bryan, Texas, while surrounded by her loving family. Her passing was due to complications caused by COPD. Sandra is survived by her step mother Faynell Moore; husband, Richard Mixon; brothers, Charlie and Steve Moore; and her children Cynthia Petty, Teresa Packer, Terry Harvey, and Ricky Mixon. She is predeceased by her mother, Jessie Marie Moore; father, Wadus Moore; nephew Adam Moore, and son-in-law Randy Hudson.
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LINDA BRACEWELL MASSEY

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Linda Bracewell Massey, 76, of Needville, Texas, passed away on February 2, 2021 in Richmond, Texas. She was born on September 20, 1944 in Bedias, Grimes County, Texas to Raymond and Mary Bracewell. Her hobbies included making crafts, shopping, tending to her garden, and taking care of her many dogs overs the years. She was a proud “Mamaw “to her seven grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. Linda will truly be missed.
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OWEN CRAIG MCDONALD

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Owen Craig McDonald was born March 21, 1938 in Hallettsville, Texas. His parents were Charles W. McDonald and Mary (Clayton) McDonald. When Craig graduated from high school, he went into military service with the United States Army and served the next twenty-three years. He was stationed for a time at Ft. Bragg in North Carolina and served two tours in Vietnam during the Vietnam War. Craig was a member of the Special Forces and was a “Green Beret”. He was honorably discharged as a Master Sergeant (E8).