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Henry E. McQuigg

Henry E. "Gene" McQuigg was born to Joseph H. and Okla McQuigg on August 30, 1930, in Higgins, TX. He passed away Novermber 28, 2002, in Tyler, Texas, at the age of 72 years.

Gene grew up southwest of Arnett, Oklahoma, in the Bishop Comunity. He was a 1958 graduate of Oklahma University with a degree in electircal engineering and worked for Howe-Baker. He wa a member of Willowbrook Baptist Church and served as sceretary for Sam's Travel Club of Southeastern Oklahoma. He also serve n the Army.

Survivors include his wife, Marlene (Molen) McQuigg, Tyler; sons, Dennis McQuigg, Chirs McQuigg and Tim McQuigg, all of Tyler and Joe MdQuigg, Whitehouse, daughter, Regena Hallmark, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada; brothers, Sanford McQuigg, Kingston, Oklahoma, and Theron McQuigg, Trenton, New Jersey, sisters, Jolene Neu, Plains, Kansas, Noreta Steddum, Pampa, Texas, Daisy Bennett, Bastrop, Texas, and Idelma Dunnihoo, Shattuck, Oklahoma 16 grandchildren, and three great grandchildren.

Services were held Decermber 2, 2002 at the Willowbrook Baptist Church with entombment at the Cathedral in the Pines Mausoleum under direction of Lloyd James Funeral Home, Tyler, Texas.

Memorials may be made to Willowbrook Baptist Church 3100 W. Erwin St. Tyler Texas 75702.

Obit transcribed by Webmaster from unknown Ellis County newspaper submitted by Linda Fox


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