McLennan County, Texas
Obit

Berman, Vicki
         OBIT -  HOUSTON CHRONICLE, FEB. 21, 1996

     Vicki Lee Bryars, passed away Feb. 20, 1996. Survivors children, Curt Leroy Engleman, Kimberlee Bryars; sistes Sandi Berman Hartig, Barbara Berman Breakiron; two grandchildren. Graveside services 2:30 pm Wed., Fe. 21, 1996, Emanu El Memorial Park, 8341 Bissonnet, Rabbi Mathew Michaels officiating.
Contributions may be made to SPCA.

LEVY FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 4525 Bissonnet, Bellaire, Texas



OBIT - HOUSTON CHRONICLE, OCT. 2, 1990

     Ronald E. Anderson, 50, a life long resident, died Sunday, Sept. 30, 1990, in a Houston hospital after an extended illness. Life long member of Asbury United Methodist church and 26 year member of Pipefitters Local #211. Survived by wife, Barbara Anderson of Houston; sons & daughter-in-law, Paul R. and Renee Israel of Webster, Tim C. Israel of Dickinson; daughters, Jana Donna Kerr of Wharton; Julie Anderson of Houston; mother, Lillian Anderson of Pasadena; grandchildren, Kevin James Kerr and Kelly Lynn Kerr both of Wharton. Numbeous aunts, uncles and cousins. Funeral service 1 pm, Wed., Oct. 3, 1990, Pasadena Funeral Chalep. Dr. James Neff, Rev. C.H. Stutes of Asbury United OBIT FOR VIOLET ENGLEMAN DOUCET NEWBERRY (Feb. 1995)


             Funeral services for Violet Newberry, 96, of Baytown will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Nov. 10, 1995 at Earthman Funeral Home in Baytown with the Revs. Mark Gossett and Billy Joe Tate officiating. Burial will be at
Cedarcrest Cemetery. Newberry died Nov. 7 at a local hospital.
            A resident for 74 years, she moved to Pelly in 1919. She was a member of Central Baptist Church, of T.E.L. Sunday School at Central Baptist and of Golden Years, at Central Baptist Church also.
           She was preceded in death by her husbands Adam Doucet in 1933 and J.J. Newberry in 1976.
           Newberry is survived by daughters and son-in-laws Beverly and Bob Garvey of Baytown, Frances Tomek of Houston, Agnes and Beano Baker of Baytown, and Martha and Cecil Sick of Houston; sons and daughters-in-law Bob and Margaret Newberry of Sand Springs, Ok. and Curtis and Patsy Newberry of
Baytown; 15 grandchildren: Kathryn Hunter, Vertis G. Tomek, C.E. Sick Jr., Randy Sick, and Steven Stewart all of Houston; Matt Baker, Kim Campbell, Dena Matheson and Susan Adrian, all of Baytown; James Baker of Texas City; Janis Campbell of Dallas, Kent Sick of Austin; Reggie Stewart of Galveston; the Rev. Ronnie Newberry of Elm Springs, Ark.; and Kay Watson on Ruston, La.
          She is also survived by 18 great grandchildren: Denise Holmes Hunter of Belleview, Wa.; Jeff Holmes Hunter of Pullman, Wa.; Melissa Sick of Houston; Paul Michael Barrickman of Houston; Cameron Campbell, Katie Campbell, Lindsay Meadows, Josh Matheson and Brittany Matheson, all of Baytown; Jimmie Jackson, Travis Jackson, Kevin Watson and Robin Watson, all of Ruston, La.; Saundra Owen of Broken Arrow, Ok.; Christine Campbell Bryan; Mathew Campbell of Bryan; Courtney Joy Baker of Crosby; and Airman Thomas E. Hayes of Lackenheath Air Force Base in London, England.
        Also surviving are 2 great-greatgrandchildren: Kegan Adrian of Baytown and Adam Fagihy of Belleview, Wa.
        The pallbearers, all grandsons, will be Vertis G. Tomek, C.E. Sick Jr., Kent Sick, Randy Sick, Matt Baker, James Baker and the Rev. Ronnie Newberry.
        The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Thursday, Nov. 9 from 6 to 8 p.m.
        For those desiring, memorials may be made to Central Baptist Church or to Sterling Municipal Library.
        Arrangements are under the direction of Earthman Funeral Directors. Methodist Church and Eulogy by Larry Crisman. Pallbearers Charles Hellinger, Don Dudley, Robert Williamson, Earl Hellinger, Curtis Anderson, Larry Crisman.

Interment Grand View Memorial Park. Pasadena Funeral Chapel, 2203 Pasadena Blvd., Pasadena, Texas.

     Robert Edgar Newton, 76, 1126 Jocelyn St., died 10 pm Monday in his home. Native Houstonian. Survivors: Widow, Mrs. Maggie Newton, Houston; daughters, Mrs. Ruth Culver, Genoa; Mrs. Vera Matthews, Waco; Mrs. Doris Milam, Houston; Mrs. Gladys McDaniels, Tulsa, Ok.; sons: Emmett and Lemuel Newton, both of
Houston; sister, Mrs. Lillie Haywood, Houston; 19 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren. Services 4 pm Wednesday, Callaway Funeral Home, the Rev. J.T. DeLoach. Burial Forest Park Cemetery. Pallbearers: Lemeul, Emmett, Joseph, Britton, and J.H. Newton, Ray Robinson. Callaway Funeral Home.


     Lemuel E. Newton, age 81, born in Houston, Texas in 1898. Formerly owned the Bluebonnet Theater. He took over this theater in 1928. It was the second theater in this city to have talking pictures back in those days. It was put in just after the Kirby Theater, Inc. in 1936. He worked for Interstate at
the River Oaks in 1968.Survivors: wife, Mrs. Esther Newton; son, Lemuel C. Newton of Shreveport,
La.; stepson, Ray O. Robinson and wife Helen; brother, Emet A. Newton of Houston; sisters, Gladys McDanniel of Houston, Vera Matthew of Waco, Doris Milam of Conroe; grand-daughters, Carolyn Stephenson of Lubbock, Cindy Cockran of Houston; four great-grandchildren. He passed away March 7, 1980.
Funeral services 9 am Monday, March 10, 1980, Forest Park Lawndale Funeral Chapel with Rev. Clark Head officiating. Interment Forest Park Lawndale Cemetery.




OBIT - HOUSTON CHRONICLE 2-23-1958

     Mrs. Ruth Ettlene Culver of Genoa, died 1:30 am, Saturday, Feb. 22, in a Pasadena hospital. Survivors: Husband, Edward L. Culver of Genoa; daughters, Mrs. Fern Beal of La Porte, Mrs. Mildred Howard of Pasadena, Mrs. Ruth Jones of Tomball, Mrs. Merle Williams of Guntersville, Ala., Mrs. Joyce Garner & Mrs. Jeallean Jones both of South Houston; sisters, Mrs. Doris Milam of Houston, Mrs. Gladys McDaniel of Galena Park, Mrs. Vera Matthews of Waco; mother, Mrs. Maggie Newton of Houston; brothers, L.E. and Emmett C. Newton both of Houston; 13 grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Services 2 pm Monday, Genoa Assembly of God Church with Rev. Carroll and Rev. J.B. Linney officiating. Burial in South Park Cemetery, Boulevard Funeral Home.


 OBIT - HOUSTON CHRONICLE, HOUSTON, HARRIS CO., TEXAS

     Emet Arling Newton, Sr., 87, passed away Monday, Jan. 29, 1990. Funeral Service 1:30 pm Thursday, Forest Park Lawndale Funeral Chapel. Interment Reshaven Cemetery.



Obit for Gladys Pearl Newton McDaniels

     Mrs. Gladys P. McDaniels, 73, died Friday, September 18, 1981 in a local hospital. Houston area resident for the past 20 years. Member of the Baptist Church. Survivors: Husband, Charles O. McDaniels of Pasadena; daughter Mrs. Peggy A. Lollar of Pasadena; son-in-law James F. Lollar of Pasadena; sister Mrs. Vera Mathews of Waco, Mrs. Doris Milam of Conroe; brother Emmett Newtonof Houston; grandsons Gerry Lollar and Thomas Lollar; two great-granddaughters. Funeral services Monday; 10:30 am Forest Park Lawndale
Funeral Chapel with Rev. M.R. Massey officiating. Interment Forest Park East Cemetery. Forest Park Lawndale Funeral Home, 6900 Lawndale Avenue.


OBIT - HOUSTON CHRONICLE, HOUSTON, HARRIS CO., TEXAS

     Doris F. Newton Milam, 77, of Conroe, passed away Tuesday, Feb. 7, 1995. She was a member of the St. Pauls Methodist Church of Conroe. She's survived by daughter, Terry Lynn Geaslin and husband Paul of Midland, Michigan; sons, Robert Wesley Milam and wife Adell of Humble, Tx., Ronald Gene Milam and wife Bea of Houston; sister, Vera Matthews of Waco, Texas; seven grandchildren, two great-grandchildren. Memorial services 2 pm Friday, Feb. 10, 1995 at St. Paul's Methodist Church, 1100 West Seamands, Conroe, Texas with Rev. Lawrence Herbert officiating. In lieu of usual remembrances, contributions may be made to Houston Hospice, 8811 Gaylord, Houston, Texas.

Forest Park Lawndale, 6900 Lawwndale, Houston, Texas


     OBIT of James Monte Newton, Houston Post 11-10-1944, Sec. 2, pg. 13 James Monte Newton, 78, of 1709 (?) Morris, died at 2:05 pm Thursday. He was a native of Houston. Surving are the widow Mrs. Bettie Ben Newton; a daughter Miss (?) Bernice Newton; three sons, B. E., J.H., and J.M. Newton
Jr.; one sister Mrs. Frank Hayward; a brother R.E. (Bud) Newton and seven grandchildren; all of Houston. Funeral services will be held at the Northside Methodist Church, Loraine and ?.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
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