Obituaries

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Dorothy Taylor Manly

Dorothy Taylor Manly, a longtime resident, enthusiastic community servant  nd Church of Christ volunteer in  lifton, passed away on June 14, 2015 in Anaheim Hills, CA at the age of 88 years.Her husband, Hollis Lee Manly, Jr, preceded Dot in death. Her sister Bobbye Taylor Ferrell of Fort Smith, AK also preceded Dorothy in death.  Dot was the daughter of Edwin Boyce and Mary Nance Taylor from Parkin, AR. Dot graduated from Abilene Christian University and was a member of Delta Theta Sorority. She met Hollis at ACU and they married in 1947. After living in Houston and Dallas they retired to Clifton where Dot was a co-founder of the Bosque Animal Rescue Kennels and volunteered at the Bosque Museum. Three daughters, Melissa, Mary and Holly, six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren, survive her.

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24
Jun

Charles Milton McDonald

Longtime Waco attorney Charles Milton McDonald, 86, of Clifton, passed away Thursday, June 11,2015 in Whitney. His life was celebrated at a graveside service on Saturday, June 20 at Waco Memorial Park. Charles was born Nov. 2, 1928 in Temple, to Herman Milton and Lillian(Ratliff) McDonald. He graduatedfrom Waco High School in 1946 and Baylor University in 1958, earning a combined degree. Three years ago, he was inducted into the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association Hall of Fame, becoming only the second lawyer from McLennan County to receive the honor, and the 56th lawyer to enter the hall of fame. He also served as a TCDLA president and board member after helping establish the association in 1971. Charles represented thousands of clients across the country in the more than 54 years he practiced law. Not only was Charles a dedicated lawyer, he and his late wife Kathy loved to travel the world.

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24
Jun

James Leon Outlaw

A memorial service for James Leon Outlaw, 65, of Bridgeport, was  eld Saturday morning at 10:00 am, June 20, 2015 at Jones Family Funeral Home in Bridgeport. Bro. Glenn Connell will officiate. Leon passed away Tuesday, June 16 in Decatur. Leon was born May 22, 1950 in Clifton, Texas to James Edward and Berta Laverne (Morris) Outlaw. He was a toolpusher in the oilfield industry, and his hobbies includedreading, watching TV and movies, listening to music, and spending time with his family. He leaves behind his wife of 41 years, Patty Outlaw of Bridgeport; sons Zachary Outlaw of Bridgeport, and Bobby Outlaw of Amarillo, Texas; brothers Morris Outlaw and Jerry Outlaw and wife Pat of Runaway Bay, Texas; grandchildren Adam Outlaw and Truly Outlaw of Bridgeport. He was preceded in death by his parents, James and Berta Outlaw; son Eddie Outlaw, and sister-in-law Nina Outlaw   

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24
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Elenora Ann Allen Campbell

Elenora Ann Allen Campbell, age 89, of Waco, passed away Wednesday morning, June 17, 2015, in a Waco hospital.  uneral services were held at Saturday, June 20, 2015, in the Lawson Funeral Home Chapel in Meridian. Burial was in the Meridian Cemetery with Rev. Richard Creech officiating. Mrs. Campbell was born near Iredell, Texas, on Nov. 10, 1925. She lived a country life in Bosque County beforemoving to Ft. Worth where she was a seamstress and sang in the church choir. She moved to Waco in the early 1950’s where she married Franklin Campbell and raised her children. She loved children, flowers and vegetable growing. She believed in God and His teachings.Elenora is survived by her daughters, Joyce Nobis and husband, John, of Waco, Linda Martin and husband, Frank, of Grapevine, and a son, Mike Campbell of Waco; brother, William David Allen of Clifton; seven grandchildren and several great-grandchildren; number of other relatives and friends.

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Debbie Patrick

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10
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Calvin Louis Foster

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10
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Allie Mae Landua Angermann

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10
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Bradie C. Bewton, Jr.

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10
Jun

Amos Gene Elder

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10
Jun

Joy Marie Jones Bowles

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