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•   Edward Booth (1990)  26/4
•   Mindy McDonald (Broadfoot) (1992)  13/4
•   Amber Cowen (Bullard) (1999)  11/4
•   Hilary Langley (Pippin) (2000)  4/4
•   Corey Morris (2000)  3/4
•   Sarah Crawford (Price) (2013)  12/3
•   Tedra Kennemur (Harrell) (1987)  4/3
•   Rebecca Suniga (1995)  3/2
•   Von Clendenen (1989)  31/1
•   Patti Snodgrass (Davis) (1986)  21/1
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•   Kay Gill (Wilson) (1961)  7/5
•   Sherry Hefley (Gilmore) (1968)  7/5
•   Ashley Kelley (Rhea) (2003)  7/5
•   Hilary Langley (Pippin) (2000)  7/5
•   Cathy Prather (Ciesko) (1987)  7/5
•   Mendy Fry (1992)  8/5
•   John Bross (1999)  9/5
•   Jared Clever (1987)  9/5
•   Callie Hutcheson (Dacus) (1999)  9/5
•   Mark Cary (1980)  10/5
•   Ross Cook (2007)  10/5
•   Felicia Rogers (Miles) (1986)  10/5
•   Scott Evans (1982)  11/5
•   Tonja Stamey (Kacsir) (1982)  11/5
•   Trent Tankersley (1984)  11/5
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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.


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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.


Jeannie Carol Mayfield (Graham)

Jeannie Carol Mayfield Graham

February 7, 1949 - April 11, 2021

Carol Graham

Ovalo - Jeannie "Carol" Graham (Granny Carol), 72, went to be with our Lord peacefully in her sleep April 11, 2021. She was born to Joe and Marcheta Mayfield in Abilene, TX on Feb 7, 1949.

Carol was raised in Bradshaw, graduated from Jim Ned High shortly before marrying Preston Williams. They were married 26 years and had four children: Tommy, Ginger, Carla, and Gene. She later married Virgil Graham of Guion. Together they worked Graham Farm for 27 years.

She was passionate about all Jim Ned sports, her grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. She was a long-time member of Ovalo Baptist Church, where she taught Senior Sunday School and enjoyed every service.

Carol is preceded in death by her parents Joe and Marcheta Mayfield, her brother Tommy, Preston Williams, and Virgil Graham. She is survived by brothers Jim (Phyllis) and Mike (Ginny), sisters Marsha and Lorie (Johnny), all of Lawn; children Tommy (Theresa) of Midland, Ginger (Dave) of Midlothian, Carla (David) of Irving, Gene (Malissa), of Tuscola, and "extra" son Cody Cadjew, of Guion, 15 grandchildren, 31 great-grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews. She was "Granny" to many others.

Visitation will be Tuesday, April 13 from 5-7 pm at Fry-Smith funeral home in Tuscola. Funeral service at Lawn Baptist Church on Wednesday, April 14 at 10 am, burial to follow at Dewey Cemetery in Lawn, officiated by Pat Voce, directed by Fry~Smith Funeral Home, Tuscola

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Ovalo Baptist Church, 134 Fm 382, Ovalo, TX 79541, or Dewey Cemetery, PO Box 97, Lawn. Tx, 79530.


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Published in Abilene Reporter News from Apr. 12 to Apr. 13, 2021.

Class Of 1958

Linda Gayle Stockton (McMillan)

Linda Gayle Stockton McMillan

November 11, 1939 - March 20, 2021


Linda McMillan, 81 of Midland, passed away on Saturday, March 20, 2021. A memorial service will be held at 2:00pm, Wednesday, March 24, 2021 at Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home Chapel. Linda was born on November 11, 1939 in Abilene, Texas to Hugh and Grace Stockton. She attended Jim Ned High School in Tuscola, Texas, and then went on to San Angelo Jr College as a Majorette. She was soon married and as her young family grew, she made their own clothes (including Barbie clothes!), became a drug and alcohol counselor, and even started a business as a successful designer and seamstress, making wedding dresses and pageant gowns. To know Linda was to love her. Most everyone knew her as Nana. She loved life, loved to laugh, and her joy was infectious. One of her true loves was her Mid-Cities Church family, building friendship, fellowship, and support with some of her closest friends. Her priorities in life were Jesus, family, and friends, starting her days with The Word, prayer, and a phone call to a loved one. If you needed prayer, one call to Nana and you were covered. Linda is survived by daughters Terrie Hawkins and Melinda Vinson; stepson, Chad McMillan and wife Nancy Jane; stepdaughter Marki McMillan; brother, Jerry Stockton and wife LeNora; 9 grandchildren; and 8 great-grandchildren. Linda is preceded in death by her husband, Bobby McMillan and her sister, JoAnn Martin. Arrangements are under the direction of Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home & Crematory of Midland. Online condolences may be made at


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Published in Midland Reporter-Telegram on Mar. 23, 2021.

Father of Sherry, Donna, Steve and Laura.

" “There’s a rebel lying deep in my soul” -Clint Eastwood.

Donald Charles Insall of Abilene, Tx marched into heaven on November 22, 2020. He was 78 years old
“Don” “Would say he truly lived an exciting life!”

Donald Charles was born October 14, 1942 to Glen Everett and Opal Inez Ray Insall in Carlsbad New Mexico. Donald Charles served in the United States Air Force 444th division and was stationed in Charleston South Carolina. After his time in the service, he married and had children. Sherry, Donna, Steven, and Laura. Donald Charles in his later years enjoyed watching Clint Eastwood and John Wayne westerns. He loved the outdoors, the sunshine, his coffee and most importantly his cigarette. He had an unquenchable thirst for fun and adventure! He never failed to provide a great story by the camp-fire. He lived life his way..

Donald is survived by his Brothers Bobby Insall of Baron, Ca; Glen Insall of Cleburne, Tx. Children Sherry Insall Scarborough and husband Richard of Tuscola, Tx; Donna Schuman and husband Don Schuman of Mansfield, Tx; Steve Insall of League City, Tx; and Laura Insall Boley and husband Todd of League City Tx. Carla Pitts of Dallas Texas; Stacy D’Ambrosio of Las Vegas Nevada. Grandchildren Amanda Sue Clements Braden ; Taylor Insall ; Evan Williams; Kelby Clements. Great grandchildren, William Ryan Mather; Lucas Roland Braden; Chloe Swaim; Lucas Swaim; Paisley Strickland; Ella Insall; and Lorelei Williams.
He is proceeded in death by his parents Glen Everett and Opal Inez Insall. A brother Ray Dean Insall; His grand-children Christopher Thomas Insall and Andrea Diane Clements.

A memorial officiated by Rev. Larry Baird will be held at the Texas State Veterans Cemetery in Abilene, Tx on February 12, 2021 at 2:00pm

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