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•   Kim Burns (2005)  9/6
•   Amy Mitchell (Biggs) (1993)  2/6
•   Edward Booth (1990)  1/6
•   Meagan Tomlinson (2014)  21/5
•   Luke Quinney (2017)  17/5
•   Lou Ann Grant (Mullings) (1975)  10/5
•   Mindy McDonald (Broadfoot) (1992)  13/4
•   Amber Cowen (Bullard) (1999)  11/4
•   Hilary Langley (Pippin) (2000)  4/4
•   Corey Morris (2000)  3/4
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JOINED CLASSMATES


Percentage of Joined Classmates: 25.5%


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B:   2435   Not Joined
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4 live in Virginia
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1 lives in British Columbia
1 lives in Australia
1 lives in Denmark
1 lives in Ecuador
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2 live in South Korea
2 live in United Kingdom
2,416 location unknown
994 are deceased

UPCOMING BIRTHDAYS



•   Fred Quinney (1972)  24/6
•   Kenneth Lammons (1978)  26/6
•   Patti Moulton (1999)  26/6
•   Shawn Brown (1988)  28/6
•   Karen Boulter (Morris) (1984)  1/7
•   Cara Roberts (Lemm) (1987)  1/7
•   Stephen Thompson (1973)  1/7
•   James R. Atwood (1964)  2/7
•   Jim Conley (1986)  2/7
•   Hunter Cooley  2/7
•   Darla Mayes (1995)  2/7
•   Janna Reid (Best) (1981)  4/7
•   Martha Denny (Weatherby)  5/7
•   Gina Gohmann (Wharton) (1993)  5/7
•   Hope Hammack (Beatty) (1997)  6/7
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Please keep Regena Haile Johnson and family in your prayers as her husband has passed away.  Regena attended Jim Ned with the class of 1985.

BUFFALO GAP: Howard Preston Johnson, 65, passed away on Saturday, May 8, 2021. A graveside service will be held on Saturday, May 22, 2021 at 11 AM in the Buffalo Gap Cemetery, directed by Fry~Smith Funeral Home, Tuscola. A visitation will be held on Friday, May 21, from 5 to 7pm at the funeral home.

            Howard was born to August 12, 1955 to Jack and Johnnie (Towers) Johnson in Marlen. At seventeen years old, he wanted to go to Vietnam and fight for his country, because he was not old enough to enlist, his parents had to sign for his enlistment. He served three years as a radio technician in the First Calvary of the Army.

            Howard met the love of his life, Regena Haile in 1986. They truly became one and complement each other in everything they did.

           Amongst his many gifts and talents Howard had, it was Pool Shooter was his one talent he was wildly known for, and not only was he an exceptionally good pool player, but he taught many people, young and old, the art of playing pool in the world of cue sports.

            He is survived by his wife, Regena Johnson; son, Aaron Johnson; daughter, Diane; five grandchildren, Mandy, Destiny, A.J., Cody, and Faith; he is also survived by one great grandchild.

            In lieu of flowers donations can be made to local Cancer Services Network, PO Box 2026,

Abilene, TX 79604.

Condolences can be left at www.fry-smith.com.

Class Of 1950

Roy Earl White

November 14, 1931 - April 16, 2021

Roy Earl White

Tuscola - A good man left this earth April 16, 2021 to join his Heavenly Father.

Roy Earl White was born November 14, 1931 in Ovalo, Texas. He was the eldest son of Willie Wayne and Mable White. He was joined later by a brother, Alfred, and sister, Billey Ruth.

Roy attended school in Ovalo and graduated from Jim Ned, known then as South Taylor. He received two scholarships, one athletic and one academic. He attended Hardin-Simmons University. He served two years in the Army and 10 years in the reserves of the Army National Guard. He met and married Bonnie Lou Ellinger and they welcomed the birth of four children, Dana, Kelleye, Mark and Seth. Ray and Bonnie were happily married for 53 years.

Roy was in the retail lumber business as Abilene Lumber for many years. He was proud of the fact that he helped many get started in the building trade. He was a proud Abilenian and served on many boards.

Roy accepted Christ at a revival meeting in Ovalo, Texas when he was 12 years old, and was baptized that afternoon in a neighbor's stock tank. He was a long time member of Pioneer Drive Baptist Church. He proudly served his Lord while working with the Bill Glass Prison Ministry, The Nehemiah Group and the Texas Church Builders. He was always trying to help someone.

Roy leaves behind to remember his love Dana and husband Jerry Teel, and their children Taylor, Lane, Elliot and Celia and Cody Shields; Kelleye and husband Charlie Crawford and their children Kathryn and Caroline; Mark and wife Kelli and daughter Miranda; and Seth and his children Hudson and Layla; and four great-grandchildren.

Roy will be deeply missed by many, including his second wife, Sheron and step-children and grandchildren Sarelda and David Haynes and their children Gerrit and Sidney; Glen and Darlene Cox and their children William and Glen; Correne and Johnny Allen and their children Joshua, Caleb and Megan; Roy's stepdaughter Cindy Cox Moore predeceased him. Her children Alex and Rachel Moore, and their father, Lee and wife Rhonda also survive him. There are nine great-grandchildren from the above families.

Roy lived a good, long life. He was hard working, honest, and glad to be called a man of God. Now he is at rest in his heavenly home.

Roy's wishes were to be cremated and buried next to his wife Bonnie in the Buffalo Gap Cemetery. There will be a family graveside service, and a memorial service is tentatively set for July 17, 2021.

In lieu of flowers, Roy's request is that remembrances be made to College View Baptist Church Missions Program or the charity of your choice.

 

To Plant Memorial Trees in memory, please visit our Sympathy Store.

Published in Abilene Reporter News from Apr. 17 to Apr. 18, 2021.

Class Of 1971

Bobby Mac Reeves

October 26, 1952 - Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Bobby attended Jim Ned through 1969.  No obituary available.  His body was creamated.  North's Funeral Home in Abilene welcomes you to provide your thoughts and memories on their Tribute Wall. Bobby Reeves Obituary - Abilene, TX | North's Funeral Home

A memorial service may be at a later date, but not confirmed as of 19 Apr 2021.

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