Wesley "Wayne" Hardman, 75, of Brownwood, passed away on Friday, February 22, 2008. He was born August 13, 1932 in the Holt Community, the son of the late Wesley and Mattie Hardman.
Wayne moved to Brownwood in 1972 from the Holt Community. He was a retired fireman for the City of Brownwood and worked a number of years for Davis-Morris Funeral Home as an assistant. Wayne worked the past five years as an assistant for Netherton Funeral Home. He was a Baptist and a member of Indian Creek Masonic Lodge #807.
Survivors include three brothers: James Hardman and wife, Frances, of Houston; Alvin (Dink) Hardman of Houston; and Harold Hardman and wife, Grace, of Richland Springs; a number of nieces and nephews, and a host of friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents, three brothers: Louie Hardman, Frank (Soap) Hardman and R.C. Hardman; as well as two infant sisters.
Funeral services were held Monday, February 25, 2008, and were under the direction of Netherton Funeral Home in Brownwood.
Memorials can be made to the American Diabetes Association.
"Dale" Harlow, age 88 of Brownwood, Texas, passed away peacefully in Plano,
Texas, Friday, November 11, 2011 after a brief illness. Funeral services were
held, Tuesday, November 15, 2011 at Heartland Funeral Home Chapel with Keith
Simpson officiating. Interment followed at Locker Cemetery. The family received
friends Monday, November 14, 2011 at Heartland Funeral Home.Dale Harlow was born
August 26, 1923 in Valley Springs, Texas and was one of 8 children born of the
late Charles and Eva Harlow of Llano.
He married Dorothy Jewel Henry of Mason, Texas on April 7, 1945 and together they had 6 children.
Dale attended Butler University in Indiana. He honorably served as a pilot and aircraft electrician in the United States Air Force from August 1945 until March 1947. He received the Army of Occupation Medal. After leaving the Air Force, Dale and his growing family moved to Richland Springs where he began a long career as a Texas rancher. While living in Richland Springs, Dale served as a respected member of the Richland Springs school board. He also operated a movie theatre in downtown Richland Springs where he charged $0.10 for admission. In 1969, Dale moved his family to Brownwood and continued his career in ranching and enjoyed spending time with his children and grandchildren. In his golden years, Dale loved listening to old time country music, taking care of his many animals and enjoying life. There was never a race that he felt he could not win and he spent his entire life searching for the next big venture. He was a member of the Church of Christ.
Dale was preceded in death by his parents, Charles and Eva Harlow; brothers, Nolan, Clinton, M.C., and Edsel Harlow; sister, Berneice Kuykendall and his granddaughter, Joy Harlow.
Dale is survived by his loving wife of 66 years, Dorothy, his beloved children, William L. "Bill" Harlow and wife, Ann of Richland Springs;Gary D. Harlow and Eva Vance of San Antonio; James E. Harlow of Stephenville; Nancy K. Harlow of Mesquite; Amy HarlowMorrison and husband, Chris of Frisco; and Bryan Lee Harlow of The Colony; brothers: Tilmon Harlow and wife, Sylvia of Llano and Carlos Harlow and wife, Shirley of Colorado Springs, Colorado; 12 treasured grandchildren, Dena Peters and her husband, Wesley; Bethany Seider and her husband, Ashley; Michael Harlow, Chad Harlow and his wife, Carrie, Jeremy Harlow and his wife, Marie, Jocelyn Keeney, Tanner Harlow, Christopher Matthews and his wife, Dee; Regan Ricci, Makenna and Irelyn Morrison, and Madeline Harlow. In addition, his great grandchildren, Gatlin and Guthrie Peters; Karissa and Karah Seider, Penny and Bill Harlow; Brinkley and Kamden Harlow; Sierra; Branson and Carson Keeney; Cody, Dylan and Scarlett Matthews and Dax Walker, as well as countless other family and friends who were blessed to know him.
San Saba News and Star
Marie Harrell died November 19, 2008 in Abilene. Visitation was on Friday, November 21, from 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. at North's Funeral Home, 242 Orange in Abilene, Texas. Memorial service was held Saturday, November 22, at 10:00 a.m. at North's Funeral Home with burial following at the Chappel Cemetery in Chappel, Texas at 3:00 p.m. Dr. Tim Temple officiated the services.
Marie was born May 29, 1920 in San Saba, Texas to Z.T. and Ella Mae Sullivan. She married Joab B. Harrell, Jr. on July 28, 1940 in Lampasas, Texas. They lived in Austin, Texas while J.B. completed college at the University of Texas and eventually moved to Breckenridge where they lived until moving to Abilene in 1957. Marie was a homemaker and a longtime member of the Abilene Bible Church where she volunteered for many years with the Printed Page Ministry.
Marie was preceded in death by her mother, Ella Mae Sullivan; father, Z.T.
Sullivan; sisters, Billy Moore and Irene Ellis; and brother, Clofus Z.
Marie is survived by her loving husband of 68 years, J.B. Harrell, Jr.; son, Ron and his wife Ronna Harrell of Abilene; daughter Debbie Evans of Dallas; grandchildren, Lezli Harrell of Austin; Jason Harrell of Dallas; Abby Evans and Katy Evans, both of Dallas; and great-grandchildren, Hannah and Henry Harrell.
Marie was a fine Christian woman and a faithful prayer warrior. She enjoyed hiking and horseback riding in the Jemez Mountains of New Mexico. She also loved watching and photographing wildlife and birds. She has left many fond memories for her family and friends to cherish. She was beloved by many and will be greatly missed.
Memorials may be made to The Printed Page Ministries at the Abilene Bible Church or to the Chappel Cemetery Association, P.O. Box 322, San Saba, Texas 76877.
The family invites you to leave a message or memory in our Memorial Guestbook at www.northsfuneralhome.com.
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