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Jim was a loving husband, father, wonderful grandfather and uncle.
Jim had a great sense of humor and was known as a fun jokester, even when the jokes were on him.
Ricky Hill Ricky Hill, 65, died Tuesday, May 6, 2014. Graveside services were held on Wednesday, in Childress Cemetery with Trey Morgan, Pastor of Childress Church of Christ, and Dr. A lifelong resident of Childress, he loved the outdoors.
Services were held Saturday in Cox Funeral Home Benton Chapel with Charlie Cox officiating. When weather permitted, he could often be found hunting, fishing or camping.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to CRMC Hospice at PO Box 1030, Childress, TX 79201, to Cottage Village at 204 5th St NE, Childress, TX 79201, or to First Baptist Church at 300 Ave C NW, Childress, TX 79201. His family life was even more prolific than his public career.
As grandfather to nine, his free time was spent entertaining them both at home, and through annual trips to the San Diego Wild Animal Park and Disneyland.
Survivors include his wife, Diane Morris of Childress; a son, Jeff Morris of Childress; a daughter, Larissa Williams and husband, Keith of Childress; aunt and uncle Dorothy Miller and husband Donald of Childress; an aunt, Glenda Gibson of Wichita Falls; three grandchildren, Evan Williams and wife Twyla of Lubbock, Dustin Williams of Childress and Jakob Williams of Childress; a great niece, Lauren Morris of Childress and a great nephew, Landon Jones of Memphis. Fred Herren Fred Herren, age 78, passed away on Monday, May 5, 2014. He is preceded in death by his parents and one sister, Margaret Ann Bennett of Fort Worth, Texas. Most recently, he was involved in sales and service of office equipment.
Fred is survived by his wife, Janis; daughter, Kathleen Herren Jones of Garland, Texas; son-in-law, Carl Jones; sister and brothers-in-law, Frances and Ken Doshier of Lubbock, Texas, Jon Bennett of Fort Worth, Texas; grandchildren, Landon Jeffery Jones, Nicholas Bryant Jones; two nieces; three nephews; and many cousins and friends. Jim was an avid pilot and golfer; he enjoyed playing at the El Dorado Country Club.
An article in several farm magazines quoted: Hail and high winds make this a tough place to farm.
A firm believer in the Right to Bear Arms, Lon was a member of the National Rifle Association. He was preceded in death by his parents, John Thomas and Janie Irene Morris. He graduated from Childress High School in 1953 and attended Texas Christian University and The University of Texas. Fred will always be remembered for his love of laughter and devotion to family and friends. on Saturday, May 10, 2014 at Seaside Funeral Home Chapel with Interment to follow at Seaside Memorial Park. He served in the 8th Air Force, stationed in England, where he flew missions over Germany during World War II.
He was also a member of the Childress Church of Christ. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to We Can Care, Inc., c/o Tracey Lambert, PO Box 7, Childress, Texas 79201. He was Life Member of Mensa, Life Member of The University of Texas Exes, member of Harley Owners Group, and member of South Shore Christian Church. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to South Shore Christian Church or Loaves & Fishes. A long time Houston resident, Jim was in the insurance business for many years.
The funeral will be on Saturday, May 17 at Calvary Baptist Church in Childress. He was raised in Childress, where he graduated from Childress High School before his enlistment in the Navy. Survivors include his wife, Lesa Roberts of Amarillo; two sons, Ricky Dale Hill Jr.
There will be a luncheon for friends and family at am, the funeral at pm, with burial immediately following at Northfield Cemetery (near intersection of FM94 and FM656). of Amarillo and Greg Hill of Dallas; two stepchildren, Erika Evans and Dylan Roberts; three sisters, Nancy Bragg of Amarillo, Patricia Bragg and husband Gayland and Becky Young, all of Wichita Falls; and five grandchildren, Zakory Hill, Brooklyn Stach, Tyler Evans, Lacy Roberts and Zadie Roberts. Lon Ray Morris Lon Ray Morris, 72, died Sunday, May 4, 2014 in Childress. Lon Ray was born on March 19, 1942 in Childress to John Thomas and Janie Irene (Miller) Morris.
Survivors include three children: Walter Ivy Lambert, Jr. Never a better example of Tom Brokaws greatest generation, he went on to be one of the U. Navys first Master Chief Petty Officers in 1960, being selected among the initial 30 individuals in his rating. Navy, James earned his real estate broker license and became a leader in the Rancho Bernardo and North Poway, California real estate community, eventually opening his own business, Stone Ridge Realty.