Coleman County, Texas Obituaries for February 1997



 

February 1, 1997


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February 2, 1997


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February 3, 1997


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February 4, 1997


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February 5, 1997


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February 6, 1997


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February 7, 1997


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February 8, 1997


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February 9, 1997


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February 10, 1997


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February 11, 1997


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February 12, 1997


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February 13, 1997


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February 14, 1997


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February 15, 1997


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February 16, 1997


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February 17, 1997


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February 18, 1997


Hazel Olive Featherston, 87

Hazel Olive Featherston, 87, of Abilene, died Tuesday, February 18, 1997 in an Abilene hospital.  Graveside services were 10 a.m. Friday in Garden of Memories Memorial Park in Lufkin, directed by Corrigan Funeral Home.

Mrs. Featherston was born in Cherokee, Oklahoma, and worked as a bookkeeper for Mehl Machinery for many years.  A former resident of Corrigan, she was a member of First Christian Church in Abilene and was the widow of Charles M. Featherston, Jr.

Survivors include one daughter, Margie Nell Eaton of Lake Coleman; five grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.

(Coleman Chronicle and Democrat-Voice, Coleman, Texas, February 25, 1997.)


 

February 19, 1997


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February 20, 1997


Ada Irene Henderson, 98

Ada Irene Henderson of San Antonio, Texas, formerly of Coleman, died Thursday, February 20, 1997 in San Antonio.  Services were held 11 a.m. Monday at Stevens Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Reed Justus officiating.  Burial followed at Coleman Cemetery, under the direction of Stevens Funeral Home.

Born June 29, 1898 in Coleman, Texas, she was the daughter of John Franklin and Dora Dean Hardin Henderson.  She was preceded in death by her sister, Belle Henderson, and her brother, John F. Henderson, Jr.  Ms. Henderson graduated from Coleman High School, being senior class president and received her Bachelorís Degree from Baylor College in 1922, being the class historian, and her Masterís Degree from Southwest University in 1939.  She also studied at Teacherís College, Boulder, Colorado, St. Maryís University and Incarnate Word University, San Antonio.  Her teaching career began at Featherston School in Coleman County, West Ward in Coleman, Hondo High School and Sonora High School.  She then taught English at Brackenridge High School in San Antonio until she retired in 1966.  Ms. Henderson was a life member of the San Antonio Retired Teachers Association and the Texas Retired Teachers Association.  She served as president of San Antonio English club, secretary of Alpha State Delta Kappa Gamma, president of Beta Chapter Delta Kappa Gamma, regent of Alamo Chapter DAR, president of Southwest Genealogical Society, Provisional member of San Antonio, Jamestown Society, Inc., San Antonio Regents Council, Wesleyan Service Guild, National Society of Ladies of the Thistle.  She was a member of First United Methodist Church, Coleman and attended Travis Park United Methodist Church in San Antonio.  She also received the State Distinguished Award from Delta Kappa Gamma.

Survivors include her niece, Mary Henderson Ebinger of Schuykill Haven, Pennsylvania; three great-nieces, Elaine Miller, Theresa Luckenbill, Elinda Lado; three great-great-nephews and five great-great nieces.

Pallbearers were Lucien Love, Jim Snodgrass, Neil Hudson, Marvin Dozier, Ray Cross and Nick Poldrack.

(Coleman Chronicle and Democrat-Voice, Coleman, Texas, February 25, 1997.)


 

February 21, 1997


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February 22, 1997


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February 23, 1997


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February 24, 1997


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February 25, 1997


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February 26, 1997


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February 28, 1997


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