• Thoughts

    “I hear a voice you can not hear. Which says I must not stay. I see a hand you can not see. Which beckons me away."

    The only thing you take with you when you're gone is what you leave behind
    --- John Allston

    There is more peace somewhere.
    There is more peace somewhere.
    I'm gonna keep on 'til I find it.
    There is more peace somewhere.
    --- African American Hymn

    I cannot think of them as dead who walk with me no more;
    along the path of life I tread they but are gone before.
    --- Fredrick Lucian Hosmer

    In the rising of the sun and in its going down, we remember them.
    In the blowing of the wind and in the chill of winter, we remember them.
    In the opening of buds and in the rebirth of spring, we remember them.
    In the blueness of the sky and in the warmth of summer, we remember them.
    In the rustling of leaves and in the beauty of autumn, we remember them.
    In the beginning of the year and when it ends, we remember them.
    When we are weary and in need of strength, we remember them.
    When we are lost and sick at heart, we remember them.
    When we have joys we yearn to share, we remember them.
    So long as we live, they too shall live, for they are now a part of us, as we remember them.
    --- From Roland B. Gittelsohn

    "Hold on to what is good even if it is a handful of earth. Hold on to what you believe even if it is a tree which stands by itself. Hold on to what you must do even if it is a long way from here. Hold on to life even when it is easier letting go. Hold on to my hand even when I have gone away from you." ~Pueblo Blessing ~

    Stop all the clocks, cut off the telephone,
    Prevent the dog from barking with a juicy bone,
    Silence the pianos and with muffled drum
    Bring out the coffin, let the mourners come.

    Let aeroplanes circle moaning overhead
    Scribbling on the sky the message He is Dead.
    Put crepe bows round the white necks of the public doves,
    Let the traffic policemen wear black cotton gloves.

    He was my North, my South, my East and West,
    My working week and my Sunday rest,
    My noon, my midnight, my talk, my song;
    I thought that love would last forever: I was wrong.

    The stars are not wanted now; put out every one,
    Pack up the moon and dismantle the sun,
    Pour away the ocean and sweep up the woods;
    For nothing now can ever come to any good.

    W.H. Auden

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    Larry Green
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    Donald Hogan
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    Brad Jennings
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    Dwight Lessman
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Dyer, Marsha Maines

Apr. 11, 1950 ~ Jan. 17, 2011

Marsha Kathleen Dyer, age 60 of Waco entered into rest Monday, January 17, 2011. Graveside services will be 2 p.m. Friday, January 21, 2011 at Hillcrest Cemetery in Marlin with the Rev. Reggie Blake officiating. The family will receive friends on Thursday 6 – 8 p.m. at Adams Funeral Home in Marlin.

Marsha was born April 11, 1950 in Marlin to William Leslie and Ruth Hardin Maines. She was a restaurant manager for many years and was a member of Beacon Hill Baptist Church. She loved to sing, make everybody laugh and loved all children. Marsha will be missed by all who knew and loved her.

Ms. Dyer was preceded in death by a son, Robbie Berberette, a granddaughter, Bonita Lynn York, her father Leslie Maines , foster child, Brandy Thorp and foster grandchildren, Austin and Kinsey Thorp.

Survivors are her daughters, Aimee Hassan of San Antonio, Kelley Tidwell of Waco; son, Leslie Berberette of Sleepy Eye, MN; mother, Ruth Maines of Waco’ brothers, Bill Maines of Hamilton, Morris Maines of Waco; 10 grandchilren.

Reagan, Charles Eugene, Jr.

Charles Reagan

Charles Eugene Reagan, Jr. was born in Marlin, Texas, on January 18, 1935 and died of a massive heart attack in Austin, Texas, on Friday, October 22, 2010. Following in the tradition of his father and grandfather, who were both prominent attorneys in Marlin, Charles was an attorney.

While attending school in Marlin, Charles excelled in band and basketball. At the University of Texas, he earned a place on the Dean’s list, played the trumpet in the Longhorn Band, active in the Kappa Alpha Fraternity and a member of the ROTC. He graduated from UT with a Bachelor of Business Administration in 1957 and with a Bachelor of Law in 1961.

One of his greatest pleasures was listening to jazz and classical music with his father at a cabin at Lake Whitney. Charles was proud of winning a western movie trivia contest in the mid-1960’s and greatly enjoyed the prize of a trip to Las Vegas.

Following graduation, Charles served as captain of the Transportation Corps of the U.S. Army. He served as general counsel for several insurance companies in Dallas and Houston in the early part of his career and later for the State of Texas in Austin. After retiring, Charles researched and began writing a book on the JFK political era.

Charles is survived by the love of his life, Doris Biehle Reagan, and his precious feline, Kitty Reagan. He is also survived by his family Margaret Wachsmann and Glenn Richter of Georgetown, Esther and Freddie Synatschk of Bryan, Alma and Martin Kilian of Winchester and Ervin and Lorine Biehle of LaGrange, many special nieces and nephews, cousins and friends. He was preceded in death by his mother, Mary Jane Bartlett Reagan and his father, Charles E. Reagan, and his brother, Richard Bartlett Reagan.

Visitation will be at Harrell Funeral in Austin on Sunday, October 24th from 3-5 pm. Services will be on Monday, October 25th at Harrell Funeral Home at 1:00 pm. Burial will be at the Oak Hill Cemetery in Smithville, Texas at 3:30 pm on Monday.

Kampfhenkel, Elja Kasper

KampfhenkelJuly 16, 1934 – June 7, 2006

Elja Kasper Kampfhenkel 71, entered into rest Wednesday, June 7, 2006. Funeral services were held at 4 p.m. Sunday, June 10 2006 at the Perry Methodist Church with Rev. John Sirmon and Rev. Ron Odom officiating. Burial followed a the church cemetery. A visitation will be held Staruday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Adams Funeral Home.

Mr. Kampfhenkel was born July 16, 1934 in Marlin to Ewald and Lilly Wieting Kampfhenkel.  He attended the Cowboy Church. Retired from Texas Instruments as an engineer, he worked as a government contractor for Reeves Instruments in Southeast Asia for several years during the Vietnam conflict, and was a Veteran of the United States Air Force.

His parents preceded him in death.

Survivors include two sons, Elja Kampfhenkel Jr. of McGuire Air Force Base, New Jersey, John Wesley and wife Laura Kampfhenkel of Carlsbad, CA; daughter Sangdow Thompson of Temecula, CA; brother Vernon Kampfhenkel of Texas; sister Evangiline Busbee of Pasadena, TX; granson, Christopher Thompson of Temecula and several nieces and nephews.

Stewart, Betty Sue Osborn

March 17, 1934 – June 2, 2007

Betty Sue Osborn Stewart, 73, of Marlin entered into rest on Saturday, June 2, 2007. Services will be 10 a.m. Wednesday, June 6, 2007 at Adams Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Jimmy Phillips officiating. Burial will follow in the Hillcrest Cemetery. The family will receive friends on Tuesday from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m.

Mrs. Stewart was born in Marlin on March 17, 1934 to Sterling William and Bettie Pearl McCaulley Osborn. She was a homemaker and a member of the First United Methodist Church of Marlin.

She loved yard work, her flowers and feeding her wild birds. She cherished her family and friends and loved to entertain. Mrs. Stewart was a member of the Red Hat Society and a 50 year member of the Order of Eastern Star.

She married Leslie Stewart on Feb. 2, 1953 in Durant, Okla. and he preceded her in death in 1995. Also preceding her were her parents, a brother, William Earl Osborn and a niece, Laura Sue Osborn.

The family suggests memorials be made to the Providence Hospice or the First United Methodist Church.

Survivors include: daughter, Susie Barker and husband Ron of Marlin; son, David Stewart and wife Debbie of Marlin; grandchildren Dustin and Lisa Stewart of Waco, Melissa and Shannon Landy of Waco; great-grandchildren, Dusty and London Stewart and Cheyenne and Alannah Landy of Waco; and special friend, Clyde Nutt of Marlin

Pallbearers are: Gene Brown, Randall Brown, Rob Douglas, Norman Erskine, Danny Meyer and Terry Nutt. Honorary Pallbearers are: Delores Leppe Alexander, Betty Childs Cunningham, Marilyn Hancock Duff, Helen Tomchesson Hays, Marjorie Ann Meyer Hickman, Phyllis Craven Kerbs, Sidney Ann Collins Kilgore.

Acheson-Munos, Rev. Jeanne

Jeanne Acheson-MunosJanuary 16, 2010

With profound sadness, Free Methodist World Missions reports Rev. Jeanne Acheson-Munos, Merle West, and Gene Dufour, the three missionaries who have been unaccounted for, have not been located and are now presumed to not be alive. Today, Bishop David Roller conducted a funeral service at the site of the building they were in which collapsed when Tuesday’s earthquake hit. These three individuals gave their lives in service to the Haitian people whom they loved deeply.

Rev. Jeanne Acheson-Munos, and her husband, Jack, were appointed as career missionaries to Haiti in March 2004. Together they worked alongside the national church to develop and strengthen the conference, pastors, church leaders and members. Jeanne’s deepest desire was that Haiti, the Pearl of the Antilles, would shine again with “Haiti for Christ” becoming a reality.

A Waco Tribune Article about Jeanne and Jack (Randy) Munos

A YouTube Video of the memorial service.

Shaunfield, Jackie

July 4, 1947 – December 14, 1998

Jackie Shaunfield, 51, of Reagan died Monday, December 14 in a Temple hospital. Services were held Thursday, December 17, at 2 p.m. at Adams Funeral Home in Marlin, Clement Gordon officiating. Burial was at Waite Cemetery in Reagan.

Mr. Shaunfield was born July 4, 1947 in Marlin to Jack and Ila Belle Smith Shaunfield. He attended schools in Reagan and Marlin.

He and Earlene Erwin were married on April 21, 1973 and lived their entire married life in Reagan. He was a truck driver for Safeway in Dallas for many years and had been in the sand and gravel business in Falls County and surrounding area for the past 11 years.

He was preceded in death by his parents. He is survived by his wife of 25 years, Earlene; sons, Clint and Eric, of Reagan; two aunts, Linda Tucker of San Antonio and Dorthea Brown of Duncanville; uncle, Douglas Smith of San Antonio; brother-in-laws, Johnny Erwin of Marlin, and Ronny Erwin of Waco; one nephew and three nieces; cousins, and many friends.

Pallbearers were Lynn Gafford, Ronnie Neumann, Larry Neumann, Richard Young, Larry Pamplin, Butch Andreski, Stephen Schneider, and Blondie Contella.

Brown, Porter James “P. J.”

P. J. BrownAugust 7, 1921 – July 17, 2010

Porter James “P. J.” Brown, age 88, of Marlin, entered into rest Saturday, July 17, 2010. Services will be 10a.m. Tuesday, July 20, 2010 at Adams Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in the Hillcrest Cemetery. The family will receive friends on Monday 6 – 8 p.m. at Adams.

P.J. Brown was born August 7, 1921 at Mustang Prairie, near Kosse to Rev. Porter and Bessie Mae Lewis Brown. He was reared in Mustang Prairie and worked on the family farm. He married Hazel M .A. Barnes in Marlin on August 15, 1939 and went on to establish Brown Radio and T.V. that he, and his family, operated for 40 years. P. J. was a member of the Marlin Masonic Lodge, A.F. & A.M., the Waco Kareem Shrine and First Baptist Church of Marlin. P.J. loved to fish, play the guitar, travel Texas and was an accomplished amateur photographer. He was especially talented in electronics.

He was preceded in death by his parents, wife Hazel, daughter Louise Hegefeld of Marlin, brothers, Mabry Brown of Robinson and Conrad Brown of Mart.

Survivors include his two sons, Gene Brown and wife Nelda of Marlin, Larry Brown and wife Mary Jane of Lorena; grandchildren, Susan Paschal and husband Kenneth of Mart, Deanna Wahlgren and husband David of Leander, Jeffery Brown and wife Amy of Elgin, Randel Brown and wife Rose of Bastrop, Barry Brown, Austin Brown and Collin Brown of Lorena; great-grandchildren, Eric Robertson of Waco and Wesley Brown of Bastrop.

Pallbearers will be Kenneth Paschal, David Wahlgren, Jeffery Brown, Randel Brown, Barry Brown, Austin Brown, Collin Brown and Eric Robertson.

Honorary pallbearers will be Lynn Brown, Lowell Brown and Jimmy Brown.

Memorials may be made to the Shiners’.

Adams Funeral Home in Marlin was entrusted with the services.

Allen, Elizabeth “Betsy” Graves Bartlett Sehon Hodges

October 8, 1921 – May 6, 2010

Elizabeth Graves Bartlett Allen, known as “Betsy”, passed away Thursday, May 6th, in her home in Marlin where she was born. Funeral services will be held Saturday, May 8 at 10 a.m. at First Presbyterian Church, 411 Oaks Street in Marlin with the Rev. Holly Mitchell officiating. Burial will follow in the Bartlett Family Plot at Calvary Cemetery.

Betsy was born October 8, 1921 in Marlin, the daughter of Bess and Tom Bartlett. She was a graduate of Marlin High School and of Southwestern University in Georgetown where she was a member of Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority. She received her Master’s Degree in Education from Baylor University. Betsy was a favorite teacher of decades of students who passed through the hallways of the Cotulla and Marlin Independent School District, where she taught English and Journalism for 32 years. She was a lifelong member of the First Presbyterian Church, serving many positions in her church. She was a charter member of the “Not So Great” Book Club and a lifetime member of The Wednesday Matinee Musical Club. For years Betsy gathered with friends for the Friday Night Supper Club. She was a very active community supporter, serving on The Allen House Board of Directors and was a Patron of the Palace Theater. Not only will Betsy be remembered and greatly missed for her dedication to church and community, but for her whimsical wit, sweet nature, positive attitude, and the phrase “think good thoughts” that she advocated to others.

Betsy was the epitome of a Southern Lady, serving as a role model and inspiration to those of her acquaintance. She loved to travel, taking pleasure in America’s landscape, as well as enjoying many international cruises and trips abroad. Betsy especially relished times spent in Akumal, Mexico with family and friends. Playing bridge in several bridge clubs was one of her favorite pastimes and she often delighted in leaving the table as high person. It was to no one’s surprise when she made one of her Grand Slams at the bridge table. She was an avid reader with an extensive library collected through generations of her family. Betsy was a gracious hostess for multitudes of gatherings in her home where she served many a delectable menu. Countless recipes were taken from the Bounty on the Brazos Cookbook (Four Generations of Texas Cooking) that she compiled along with her sisters, Ann Bartlett and Sarah Norton, Cousin Mary Windsor, and dear lifelong friend, Weezie Burton. Special friends, Ruth Ann and George Wilson, contributed artistic ideas and authentic pictures to this edition that is treasured by those owning a copy.

Betsy was married to Frank Sehon who died in 1978. To them her only child of whom she was most proud, Thomas Bartlett Sehon was born. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Jack Hodges in 1964, and in 1979 by husband, Walter Allen whom she married in 1973; Betsy’s three siblings, including a brother, Thomas B. Bartlett; sisters, Ann Harlan Bartlett and Sarah Bartlett Norton.

Survivors include her son, Thomas Bartlett Sehon and wife, Helen of Marlin; grandchildren whom she adored, Christopher Sehon with the US Army and wife, Jennifer of Fort Lee, Virginia, Justin Sehon and wife, Antoinette of China Spring, Megan Janek and husband, Michael of Abbott, Thomas Bartlett Sehon, Jr. and Elizabeth Ann Harlan Sehon of Hillsboro; seven great-grandchildren; nieces, Nancy Bartlett Erwin and husband, Gene of Granbury, Martha Bartlett Pepper of Beaumont; nephews, Dr. Bart Norton and wife, Cathy of Palestine, Bill Norton and wife, Jean of Austin, and Andy Norton and wife, Dot of Marlin; several cousins including Madeline Jackson and husband, Tommy of Marlin, Maxine Chatmas of Marlin, Mary Frances Green of San Antonio and Dr. Barry Brazelton and wife, Chrisse of Boston, MA; numerous great nieces and nephews as well as a host of family and friends including special lifelong friend Sam Holmes and wife Doris of Dallas.

Pallbearers will be Tommy Jackson, Steve Johnson, James Walton Jones, Harry Kenny, Johnny Rogers, Rockney Terry and Danny Vickers, all of Marlin.

Honorary pallbearers will be Marlin Mayor Norman Erskine, Sam Holmes of Dallas, Jack Welch and George Wilson, both of Marlin.

The family wishes to express a very heartfelt thank you to those who attended Betsy, enabling her to spend her courageous final months and days in her home. Special appreciation is expressed to Rosinal Hughes and her caregivers; to Dr. David Fedro and his nurse, Charlotte Jobe for their dedication in attending her; and finally, to the Hospice Nurses of Vistacare.

Anyone wishing to do so is invited to make a memorial in Betsy’s memory to First Presbyterian, The Allen House, Pauline and Jane Chilton Memorial Marlin Public Library, the Palace Theatre, or to the charity of one’s choice.

Maness, Ruth Ann McCoy

March 1, 1946 – February 18, 2002

Ruth Ann Maness, 55, of Belton died February 18, 2002 in her home after a battle with cancer. The Rev. Billy Johnson officiated at her funeral February 20 and burial followed at the Corinth Cemetery in Buckholts.

Ruth Ann was born March 1, 1946 to Frank Bartlett McCoy and Martha Mae (Smith) Holmes. She had lived in Marlin, Buckholts and Belton. She was a graduate of Marlin High School class of 1964. She married Vernon H. Maness November 3, 1979 in Temple. She worked for the Belton Independent School District Transportation Department and was a member of Miller Heights Baptist Church in Belton.

She was preceded in death by her parents.

Survivors include her husband, Vernon Maness; daughters Laura Lynn (Nutt) Bergkvist of San Antonio and Cindy Ann (Nutt) Childress of Temple; sisters Virginia Collins of Austin and Linda Habel of Belton and grandson Eric Bergkvist.

Severson, Richard Andrew (Dick)

Dick SeversonMar. 27, 1920 ~ Mar. 23, 2010

Richard Andrew (Dick) Severson, age 89, of Marlin, entered into rest Tuesday, March 23, 2010 at a Waco hospital.

Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Saturday, March 27th at Adams Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Jimmy Phillips and Dr. Holly Mitchell officiating. Burial will be in the Hillcrest Cemetery. The family will receive friends on Friday 6 – 8 p.m.

Dick was born March 27, 1920 in Albert Lea, Minnesota to Sever Edward and Mary Louise Sorenson Severson. He graduated from high school in Northwood, Iowa and worked in a grocery store in Northwood until he joined the Army Air Corps on July 5, 1945. He attended two airplane mechanic schools and served at Randolph Field in San Antonio, Victoria Airbase, Victoria, TX and Bryan Airbase in Bryan, TX. It was in Bryan where he met the love of his life, Ann Louise Lormour. They were married in December 1945. While stationed in India during World War II, Dick flew the Hump over the Himalayan Mountains. He received numerous military honors including, the American Defense Ribbon, American Theater Ribbon, European-African Middle Eastern Ribbon, Asiatic-Pacific Theater Ribbon, AAF Crew Member badge and the Distinguished Unit badge. He was discharged as a Master Sergeant on November 16, 1945. After a four-month honeymoon, Dick and Ann made their home in Marlin where Dick enjoyed a 36-year career with the U.S. Postal Service, the last eight of which were as Postmaster in Mart. He was very active in the community as he coached Pee Wee football, started a summer youth program and chaperoned at the Kanine Kave for the junior high for many years. He was a beloved husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and uncle. He has been affectionately known as “Paw-Paw” since his first grandchild was born 38 years ago.

He was preceded in death by his parents, his siblings, Ethel Mae Gilmore, Helen Walker and Howard Severson.

Survivors include his wife of 64 years, Ann Severson of Marlin; Richard (Dick) Severson and wife Marcy of Paris, TX, Ricky and Roxanne Severson of Waco, Micky Severson and wife Kathy of Ft. Worth, Nicky Severson of Marlin; brother, Donald Severson and wife Betty of Roseburg, Oregon; sister, Dorothy Baker of Aurora, Colorado; 10 grandchildren, four great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.

Pallbearers will be the grandsons and nephews of Dick and Ann.

Gibbs, Marian Garrett

Aug. 12, 1919 – April 11, 2002

Marian Garrett Gibbs, 82, of Marlin passed away Thursday, April 11, 2002, at a Waco hospital. Services will be at 2 p.m., Sunday at Adams Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Jimmy Phillips officiating. Interment will be at Stranger Cemetery. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m., Saturday at
Adams Funeral Home.

Mrs. Gibbs was born Aug. 12, 1919, in Falls County to Sanford Q. and Agnes Mitchell Garrett. She was a retired school teacher, a member of Presbyterian church and a 48-year resident of Marlin. She was the second of seven children, married Garland Gibbs on Aug. 31, 1941, in Cleburne, published
poetry, was a member of the National Women’s Press Association and served as treasurer. She was also a member of Vocational Home Economics Association and Falls County Historical Committee. She served on the Women’s Council and
taught Sunday school at her church. She was preceded in death by her husband on July 1, 1976.

Survivors include sons and daughters-in-law, John G. and Donna Gibbs of Corinth, Texas, David E. and Lois Gibbs of Fort Worth, and Gary M. and Kathy Gibbs of Huntsville; grandsons, Paul, Mark, Brian, and Craig Gibbs; granddaughters, Dana Reinke, and Julie Tennyson; great-grandchildren, Alexandria Collin, Lauren and Lindsey Gibbs, Christopher and Michael Reinke, and Mitchell Tennyson; and sisters, Joydelle Wolfram of Marlin, and Margaret Dixon of Mesa, Ariz.

Pallbearers include Stephen Reinke, Rick Tennyson, and grandsons, Paul Gibbs, Dr. Mark E. Gibbs, Craig Gibbs, and Brian Gibbs.

Memorials may be made to:
Garrett Cemetery Association
c/o Adams Funeral Home
129 Coleman
Marlin, Texas 76661
(254) 803-3526

Frazier, Charles Edwin

Charles FrazierNov. 25, 1917 – Sept. 26, 2006

Charles Edwin Frazier, age 88 of Marlin, entered into rest on Tuesday, September 26, 2006. Graveside services will be 11 a.m. Thursday at Hillcrest Cemetery with John Sirman and Scott Strother officiating. The family will receive friends on Wednesday from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. at Adams Funeral Home.

Charles was born November 25, 1917 in Marlin. He was retired from the J.C. Penney Co, where he worked in retail sales for 40 years. He was a life long resident of Marlin and was a member of East Side Church of Christ. Charles was a veteran of the U.S. Army serving during World War 2 in the Aleutian Islands. He loved to play golf and his greatest pleasure in life was doting over his grandchildren. He married Vada Helen Innerarity on November 19, 1945 in Seattle, Washington and she preceded him in death on June 29, 2006. All who knew Charles will miss his great sense of humor and treasure his memory.

He is survived by: his daughters: Charlotte Jobe and husband Sammy of Marlin; Sandy Talley and husband Gary of Hewitt; his brother: B.L. Davis of Houston; grandchildren: Lee and Debbie Jobe, Matt Shook, Leslie and Jackie Jobe, Kylie Shook and Jason Burris; great-grandchildren: Gage Shook, McKenzie Jobe, Christopher Stulter and Braden Stulter.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorials be made to: Marlin Faith Christian Academy, P.O. Box 1068, Marlin, TX 76661.