In Memory

Carl Lee Frymire (St Flying Tigers) - Class Of 1954

Carl Lee Frymire (St Flying Tigers)

Carl Lee Frymire

September 3, 1935 - September 7, 1997

Carl Lee Frymire
     EUNICE,  N.M.  -  Carl  Lee Frymire, 62, of Jal, N.M., died Sunday,
     Sept. 7, 1997, in Kermit.
     Service  will  be  at  2  p.m. (MDT) today at the Jal First Baptist
     Church  with  burial  in  Jal Cemetery. Arrangements are by Calvary
     Funeral Home.
     He  was born Sept. 3, 1935, in Taylor and moved to Jal in 1958 from
     Tuscola.  He  was  a  retired employee of El Paso Natural Gas and a
     Survivors  include  his  wife, Yvonne Frymire of Jal; a son, Sidney
     Frymire  of Crane; a daughter, Carla Wilson of Jal; three brothers,
     Arthur  Frymire  of  Sweetwater,  G.W.  Frymire of Brady and Harold
     Frymire   of  Abilene;  a  sister,  Rose  Meise  of  Odessa;  seven
     grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.

Carl Lee Frymire

JAL, N.M. -- Carl Lee Frymire, 62, formerly of the Big Country, died Sunday in a Kermit hospital.

Services will be at 2 p.m. today in Jal First Baptist Church with the Rev. Jim Green officiating. Burial will be in Jal Cemetery, directed by Calvary Funeral Home of Eunice, N.M.

Mr. Frymire was born in Taylor and married Yvonne Atkins in 1955 in Lawn. He moved to Jal in 1958 from Tuscola and worked for El Paso Natural Gas for 36 years until retiring. He was a past president of American Little League and was active with both Little League and girls softball. He was a member of First Baptist Church.

Survivors include his wife, of Jal; one son, Sidney Frymire of Crane; one daughter, Carla Wilson of Jal; three brothers, Arthur Frymire of Sweetwater, G.W. Frymire of Brady and Harold Frymire of Abilene; one sister, Rose Meise of Odessa; seven grandchildren; and several aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.