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Ruben Rodriguez Magana
2/19/2020

Ruben Rodriguez Magana
Funeral services for Ruben Rodriguez Magana, 54, of Levelland, will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, February 22, at Cactus Drive Church of Christ with pastor Aaron Scott officiating.
Interment will be held at a later date, under the direction of Head Duarte Funeral Home of Levelland.
Visitation will be held  Thursday, February 20, and Friday, February 21, from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. at Head Duarte Funeral Home.
He passed away February 18, 2020, in Lubbock.

Juan Alonzo Quilantan
2/19/2020

Juan Alonzo Quilantan
Funeral services for Juan Alonzo Quilantan, 66, of Levelland, will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, February 21, at St. Michael’s Catholic Church with Father Jonathan Phillips officiating.
Burial will follow in the City of Levelland Cemetery, under the direction of Head Duarte Funeral Home of Levelland.
Visitation will be held from 9 a.m until 5 p.m. Wednesday, February 19, and Thursday, February 20, from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. with the reciting of the Rosary to be held at 7 p.m. at Head Duarte Funeral Home.
He passed away February 18, 2020.

Thomas Clifford Beck
2/19/2020

Thomas Clifford Beck
Funeral services for Thomas Clifford Beck, 92, of San Angelo and formerly of Hockley County, were held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, February 19, in the Krestridge Funeral Home Chapel. 
Interment followed in the City of Levelland Cemetery, under the direction of Krestridge Funeral Home of Levelland.
He passed away February 12, 2020.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Moose Charities, 155 International Dr., Mooseheart, Illinois 60539, or a favorite charity of your choice.

James “Dock” Arthor Haile
2/18/2020

James “Dock” Arthor Haile
Funeral services for James “Dock” Arthor Haile, 89, of Levelland, will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, February 19, at the First Baptist Church of Levelland.
Interment will follow in the City of Levelland Cemetery, under the direction of Resthaven Funeral Home of Lubbock.
Visitation will be held from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. Tuesday, February 18, at Resthaven Funeral Home.
He passed away February 15, 2020.

Wayne Vincent Kuehler
2/18/2020

Wayne Vincent Kuehler
Wayne Vincent Kuehler, 83, of Wheeler passed away Sunday, February 16, 2020, in Wheeler.
Rosary was recited at 6 p.m. Monday, February 17, in Robertson Funeral Directors in Wheeler. 
Mass will be celebrated at 1 p.m. Tuesday, February 18, in St. Mary's Catholic Church in Wheeler with Fr. Jo Konkala as the celebrant and Fr. Nicholas Gerber as concelebrant. 
Burial will follow in Wheeler Cemetery, under the direction of Robertson Funeral Directors of Wheeler.
Wayne Vincent Kuehler was born June 15, 1936, the eldest of nine children, to Louis and Elizabeth Kuehler in Munday, Texas. 
He graduated from Morton High School in 1953. 
Wayne ran a local grocery, farmed and worked in the cotton gins and fields of Cochran County. 
He then moved to Dallas and was a store manager for Kroger. There he met and married Toni Willoughby in 1972. 
They moved to Wheeler to join the family farming and ginning at M&M Gin and farms.
Wayne was a founding member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Wheeler, where he served as the head of finance until December of 2019. 
He was a former member of the Wheeler School Board, and a lifetime donor to Coffee Memorial Blood Center. 
Wayne retired from farming and raising cattle and moved to his house in town in 2000. 
He spent countless hours driving the Blue Bird and Frye Ranches, checking cattle, ponds, fences and wells and loved them like his own. 
Wayne also devoted his time as a caregiver and companion to friends, Vern Lohberger, Ruth Ledbetter, Glen Elmore and Tom Frye Sr. (and Tippy). 
He loved sports, fishing, crossword puzzles and the Rosary.
He was preceded in death by his parents; his in-laws, WD and Mary Mitchell and Bob Willoughby; his son-in-law, Ed Rice; brothers, Melvin and Clem; and sister, Debbie Rice.
He is survived by his wife of 48 years and 1 day; his daughter, Vicki Rice of Morton; son, Richard Kuehler and wife, Treva, of Morton; daughter, Bobbie Bruhn and husband, Damian, of Amarillo; and daughter, Reese Munoz and husband, Carlos, of Floydada; 10 grandchildren: Michael Rice, Holly Boggs and husband, Derrick, Kasey Kuehler Brown and husband, Kris, Kody Kuehler, Grant Ledbetter, Grady Ledbetter, Mikaela Bruhn, Hannah Bruhn, Sadie Bruhn and Eli Munoz; four great-grandchildren: Abi, Ethan, Kayleigh and Britton Boggs. 
He is also survived by his sister, Betty Lyon of Morton; brothers: Glen Kuehler and Donnie Kuehler and wife, Kellye, of Lake Alan Henry; and sister, Joan Sowder and husband, Terry, of Morton; sister-in-law, Lynne Kuehler of Granbury; sister-in-law, Carolyn Hefley and husband, Jerry, of Wheeler; brother-in-law, Skip Lovejoy and wife, Jodi, of Claremore, Oklahoma; and countless cousins, nieces and nephews and God children.
The family request memorials be sent to Alcove Care or St. Mary's Catholic Church in Wheeler.
Sign the online guestbook at www.robertsonfuneral.com.

LeRoy Belcher
2/17/2020

LeRoy Belcher
LeRoy Belcher, 76, Texas Tech alum, of Pettit,  passed away January 29, 2020, in Albuquerque following a sudden illness. 
He was born in San Pedro, California, October 4, 1943.
LeRoy is survived by a large and loving family, a daughter and two grandsons of Taos, New Mexico, and two older brothers, Bobby, of Lubbock and Jerry, of Temple.
He  was preceded in death by his parents, Robert Marvin Belcher and Annie Onita Belcher of Pettit, where he grew up; and by his younger brother, Donald Lee Belcher of Big Spring,  where Roy headed the office of Jackson-Hewitt for a time. 
LeRoy will be remembered by a multitude of co-workers in the oil and gas business from Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and across the world who loved him for his generosity and guidance. 
He sat on the board of directors of Amarex, Inc. where he was Executive Vice President and was head of the GMBH of that Company in Munich, Germany until the company closed. 
In his younger years, LeRoy worked as CPA for Arthur Andersen Company in Fort Worth and was instrumental in setting up the first computer systems for Maremont Corporation in Chicago, where he became Head of their Western Division, at age 25. 
LeRoy never met a stranger, greeting everyone he met; he was modest and generous to a fault.
He retired in Taos during his later years where he loved to walk to the library every day and was know around town as ‘the walking man.’ 
“Be happy and enjoy the day,” was his motto, and he will be remembered as one who brought joy to others.

Janie A. Castro
2/14/2020

Janie A. Castro
Funeral services for Janie A. Castro, 61, of Levelland, will be held at 1 p.m. Monday, February 17, at Maranatha Church of the Living God at 4313 Ave. D in Lubbock, under the direction of Wilsons' Funeral Directors of Wolfforth.
She passed away Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2020.

Thomas Clifford Beck
2/14/2020

Funeral services for Thomas Clifford Beck, 92, of San Angelo, formerly of Levelland, will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, February 19, in the Krestridge Funeral Home Chapel.  
Interment will follow in the City of Levelland Cemetery, under the direction of Krestridge Funeral Home of Levelland.
Visitation will be held from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. Tuesday, February 18, at Krestridge Funeral Home.  
He passed away February 12, 2020.

Walter Earl Moeller
2/12/2020

There are many qualities that make a man stand out in a crowd.
Walter Earl Moeller had many of those qualities and the most obvious was his stature. 
The average man or woman found themselves craning their neck to look at Walt’s face. His six-foot, six-inch height was imposing for some and a bit unnerving for others. 
This was especially true of the rookie Air Force recruits under his command or a new boyfriend knocking on the door to pick up his daughter, Vicki. 
A son, Mark, had the perfect view from his daddy’s shoulders. Grandsons and great- grandchildren also benefitted from the strong arms that lifted them into the higher than normal air. 
But daddy would always gladly bow down to his five-foot nothing wife, Leta, for a sweet kiss. 
Sundays would find him on the back row of the choir at church with mom on the front row. 
Other than the strong love he had for his God and his family was his love for his St. Louis Cardinals. 
Walt was born in St. Louis, Missouri, on June 16, 1931, to parents, Louis and Neona Moeller. 
Walt and his brothers and sister grew up in several towns in Missouri until he enlisted in the Air Force. 
His love for the Air Force and jet planes extended for 20 years. After his return from Vietnam, he retired from the Air Force. 
Several jobs later found him as part owner of Levelland Kawasaki. 
His final retirement came on his 78th birthday and he and mom spent their time enjoying grandsons, Jonathan, Nathan and Ryan. 
In 2014, the Moellers moved to Houston to await the first of three great-grandchildren, Emerson, Kinley and Bryson.
Daddy and Mom were married 63 years when he reached down one last time to give her a kiss. 
On February 8th, daddy closed his baby blue eyes one last time and the next time he opened them, he was safe in Jesus’ arms.
He will be buried next to momma at the Houston National Cemetery. Services are pending.
The family asks that in lieu of flowers that donations can be made to the Airforce Aide Society at https://secure.afas.org.

Janie Ojeda
2/12/2020

Janie Ojeda
Funeral services for Janie Ojeda, 57, will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, February 14, at St. Michael’s Catholic Church of Levelland.
Visitation will be held from 12 p.m. until 8 p.m. Thursday, February 13, at Krestridge Funeral Home, with the reciting of the Rosary to be held at 7 p.m.
She passed away Monday, February 10, 2020, in Lubbock.
Arrangements under the direction of Krestridge Funeral Home of Levelland.

Bettye Camille Wilson
2/11/2020

Bettye Camille Wilson
Bettye Camille Wilson, born September 30, 1954, changed her address from Vernon, Texas, to the streets of gold on February 4, 2020. 
Camille's life made a profound impact on everyone she loved and she will be forever missed.  
She taught us how to love, nurture and the show the love of Christ in her words and actions.
Vernon, Texas was the scene of her birth and she lived there for more than half of her life. 
Camille graduated from Vernon High School in 1973, received her associates degree from Vernon College two years later and her elementary education degree from Texas Tech University in 1978.
She began her teaching career in Levelland in 1979.  
For over thirty years, Camille loved being a first grade teacher at West and South Elementary in LISD.  Education was her "calling" and she enjoyed every student that graced her classroom. 
Even when the children promoted from grade one, they did not leave her influence; their birthdays were remembered and every success was noted by their former teacher. 
Each May, Camille would host a graduation party for those seniors who had begun their education with her. This relationship between teacher and student continued long after commencement. Camille followed them on Facebook and celebrated their successes, occupations, travels and children.
Her faith strongly impacted her life. The Holy Family of Nazareth Catholic Church in Vernon and St. Michael's Church in Levelland were the two churches of which she was a member. 
Camille enjoyed the companionship of the nuns who were based in Levelland and made many trips to meetings with them. 
The Pro-Life movement was dear to her heart; and, she participated in marches in Lubbock supporting this belief.
Camille loved people and had numerous friends of all ages.  She touched many lives with her kindness and generous heart. 
Through her virtues of devotion and service to her family and friends, Bettye Camille Wilson has provided a legacy for living a meaningful Christian life.
Survivors include: Mia, a very special four-legged companion; her brother, Tommy Wilson of Vernon; brother, Kyle Wilson and Heidi, of Keller; and sister, Laura Beebe and David, of El Dorado, Arkansas; nephews, Daniel Wilson of Keller and Wilson Beebe of San Francisco, California; and niece, Rebekah Wilson of Keller; aunt and uncle, Leon Pechacek and Ginger of Quanah; and aunt, Dorothy Henderson of Wichita Falls; and many cousins and countless friends.  
Preceding her in death were her mother and father, Marge and Warren Wilson. 
A funeral mass will be held  February 27, at 11 a.m. at Holy Family of Nazareth Catholic Church in Vernon.  
The family will receive friends in the parish hall following the service.  
In  lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Camille's favorite charities: Wilbarger Humane Society or the Benedictine Sisters of Erie.
"Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His faithful servant." Psalms 116:15.

Jackie Nadine Flake
2/11/2020

Jackie Nadine Flake
Jackie Nadine Flake, 63, of Sundown, passed from this life on February 9, 2020.  
A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, February 13, in the Krestridge Funeral Home.  
Inurnment will be held at a later date in the Sundown Cemetery.
Jackie was born March 8, 1956, in Camp Pendleton, California, to Jack Earl and Florence Nadine (LeCroy) Sanderson.  
She  married Johnny Franklin Flake on January 24, 1970. 
Jackie was a very loving and caring wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend.  She never met a stranger.  Everyone was family to her.
She was preceded in death by her parents; and sisters: Terrie Jones, Toni Sanderson and Debora Flake.
Jackie is survived by her husband, Johnny; children: Shawny (Daniel) Nicholson of Las Vegas, Nevada, Heather Flake of Sundown and Richey (Christy) Flake and Aaron Young, both of Lubbock; brothers: Chris Jones, Gary (Melinda) Jones, Jerry Jones, Sam (Sandy) Flake and Mike (Laura) Flake; grandchildren: Chanice Nicholson, Alicia and Chris Bardwell, Cory Young, Jason (Ashley) Young, Dakota (Hope) Howard, MaCaliy and Cruz Flores, Desirae Flake, Danny Ray Young, Felicia Flake and Johnny Leon Flake; great-grandchildren: Kayden, Chase, Brentley, Hannah, Xaiver, Cooper, Zylye and Zoey; and many nieces and nephews.
Arrangements are under the direction and personal care of the professionals at Krestridge Funeral Home, 806-897-1111.

Carolyn Harper
2/10/2020

Graveside services for Carolyn Harper, 97, of Granbury, 
will be held at 3 p.m. Friday, February 28, at the City of Levelland Cemetery, under the direction of Resthaven Funeral Home of Lubbock.
She passed away on January 22, 2020.

Elijah Noah Lebario
2/11/2020

Elijah Noah Lebario
Funeral services for Elijah Noah Lebario,  2, will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, February 13, at St. Michael's Catholic Church in Levelland, with Father Rudy Crasta officiating and music provided by Johnny Vasquez.
Burial will follow in the City of Levelland Cemetery, under the direction of Head Duarte Funeral Home of Levelland.
Visitation will be held from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Tuesday, February 11, and Wednesday, February 12, from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. at Head Duarte Funeral Home Chapel, with the reciting of the Rosary to be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday. 
He passed away February 4, 2020, in Lubbock.
Elijah was born April 3, 2017, to Richard Mason Lebario  and Samantha Dawn Mathis, in Levelland.
He enjoyed singing his favorite song the wheels on the bus go round and round and he loved to dance.   
Elijah enjoyed making Christmas ornaments, going shopping, blowing bubbles, wearing their favorite costumes Paw Patrol and Power Rangers. Elijah loved going to the park with his grandmother and brother, Malachi to fish.
He is survived by his parents, Richard Lebario of California and Samantha Mathis of Levelland; brother, Malachi Lebario of Levelland; sister, Alexis Maldonado of Midland; and grandparents: Edward Mathis of Sundown, Lorie Little of California, Maria Guadalupe Guajardo of Levelland and Richard Lebario of Midland; and great-grandparents, Tommy and Debbie Mathis of Levelland.
Pallbearers include:  Matthew Guajardo, Anthony Guajardo, Ryan Lebario and Cole Lebario.
Honorary Pallbearers are  Tommy Mathis and Gerald Garth.

Jackie Nadine Flake
2/10/2020

Jackie Nadine Flake
Jackie Nadine Flake, 63, of Sundown, passed from this life on February 9, 2020.  
A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, February 13, in the Krestridge Funeral Home.  
Inurnment will be held at a later date in the Sundown Cemetery.
Jackie was born March 8, 1956, in Camp Pendleton, California, to Jack Earl and Florence Nadine (LeCroy) Sanderson.  
She  married Johnny Franklin on January 24, 1970. 
Jackie was a very loving and caring wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend.  She never met a stranger.  Everyone was family to her.
She was preceded in death by her parents; and sisters: Terrie Jones, Toni Sanderson and Debora Flake.
Jackie is survived by her husband, Johnny; children: Shawny (Daniel) Nicholson of Las Vegas, Nevada, Heather Flake of Sundown and Richey (Christy) Flake and Aaron Young, both of Lubbock; brothers: Chris Jones, Gary (Melinda) Jones, Jerry Jones, Sam (Sandy) Flake and Mike (Laura) Flake; grandchildren: Chanice Nicholson, Alicia and Chris Bardwell, Cory Young, Jason (Ashley) Young, Dakota (Hope) Howard, MaCaliy and Cruz Flores, Desirae Flake, Danny Ray Young, Felicia Flake and Johnny Leon Flake; great-grandchildren: Kayden, Chase, Brentley, Hannah, Xaiver, Cooper, Zylye and Zoey; and many nieces and nephews.
Arrangements are under the direction and personal care of the professionals at Krestridge Funeral Home, 806-897-1111.

Lyndell Hopkins Edgemon
2/10/2020

Lyndell Hopkins Edgemon
Lyndell Hopkins Edgemon of Littlefield passed away peacefully on February 8, 2020, at the age of 76, after a battle with cancer.
   Lyndell was born in Lubbock, on June 25, 1943, to D.R. and Floy Hopkins. 
After graduating from Lubbock High School, she went to Texas Tech University. There, a member of Chi Omega Sorority, she found many friends and was active in the sorority for the rest of her life.   
While at Tech, she also met the love of her life, Charlie Edgemon, a member of the Texas Tech Football team.  They would have celebrated 56 years together this March. 
They moved to Anton and began cotton farming. 
While raising their three boys she finished her degree in psychology and ran multiple businesses.  
She loved to play tennis and would run the Anton tournament as well as many tennis parties at the racquet club.  
Whatever activity that her boys were involved in, she would be "all in," from a den mother to a 4H leader to booster club and more. She would also be found at all her children's events from football to basketball to tennis to band.
After 25 years of farming and raising children, she and Charlie went into the Peace Corps and served in the Tonga Islands.
There she taught school and Charlie worked with prison ministry.  
They then spent four years in Volkov, Russia, where they worked with over 20 farmers and helped them create a  COOP.  
She was an amazing cook, too, and while in Russia she wrote cookbooks and cooked Texas cuisine in Russia. 
After their return to the states, she finished her career by working 20 years for the United States Census Bureau. She so loved meeting people and working with her team. 
In 2015, she received a coveted national award, the Census Award of Excellence.
Lyndell was preceded in death by her parents; and brother-in-law, Dan Gurley.  
She is survived by her husband, Charles; sisters: Lovetta Gurley and Karmen Hopkins (Donna Gullette); three sons: Lance Edgemon (Linda), Kyle Edgemon (Robin) and Trevor Edgemon (Tammy); 11 grandchildren: Kenny, Nathan (Jen), Luke (Cori Jo), Joel (Lincoln), Jake, Kaylee, Kaitlyn, and Kyndal; and two great-grandsons: Asher and Levi; and many nieces, nephews and cousins she loved.
The family of Lyndell Edgemon would like to thank the staff at Lamb Healthcare Center, Dr. Carreon, Dr. Rodriquez, Terri Stansell and Rey Silvas.
The family visitation will be held Sunday, February 9, from 6 p.m until 8 p.m. at the First Baptist Church in Anton.
A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, February 10, at First Baptist Church in Anton.
In lieu of flowers, if desired, memorials may be sent to the Lyndell Edgemon Memorial Scholarship, International Order of the Rainbow for Girls, Horizon Assembly #384, 8609 Knoxville Avenue, Lubbock, Texas, 79423.

Marie Herrera Tienda
2/7/2020

Marie Herrera Tienda
Marie Herrera Tienda, 74, of Levelland, passed from this life on February 4, 2020.  
Visitation will be from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. with the reciting of the Rosary to be held at 7 p.m. Sunday, February 9, at Krestridge Funeral Home.  
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday, February 10, at St. Michael’s Catholic Church.
Mary was born January 27, 1946, in McDade, Texas to parents, Antonio and Francisca Renteria Herrera. 
She  married Nick Tienda, Jr. on October 3, 1964, at St. Michael’s Church.  They had 3 children: Eddie, Tommy and Angela.  
In 1975, the family opened Tienda’s Mexican Restaurant and Tortilla Factory.
Mary was a loving daughter, sister, cousin, aunt, wife, mother, grandmother and friend.  
She was a child of God who had very strong faith and regularly attended St. Michael’s Church where she completed all of her sacraments. 
Her favorite color was mauve.  She was very creative and loved to spend time making and painting ceramics and other crafts.  
Mary also enjoyed crocheting, cooking, gardening, traveling with their friends, dancing and babysitting. 
She was a very strong woman who raised her children very well.  Mary also had her hand in helping raise all of her grandchildren and several great grandchildren.
Although they owned a restaurant, Mary would make breakfast, lunch and dinner daily for her husband, Nick.  She was a wonderful housewife, but would help at the restaurant regularly.
Mary was preceded in death by her husband, Nicolas “Nick” Tienda, Jr.; son, Edward Tienda; father, Antonio Herrera; mother, Francisca Herrera; brother, Antonio Herrera, Jr.; and sisters, Katy Coronado and Anita Gonzales.
She is survived by her daughter, Angela Tienda Catt (Brian); son, Thomas Tienda; daughter-in-law, Kimberly Tienda; sisters, Lupe Herrera and Delores Vasquez; sister-in-law, Carmen Herrera; grandchildren: Tiffany Tienda, Edward James Tienda, Angelica Tienda LeCroy (Anthony), Gary Grant, Jr. (Vaness), Michael Grant, Nicholas Grant (Sofia), Diamond Tienda, Thomas Edward Tienda, Acileana and Jacky Catt; and great- grandchildren: Jaxon Tienda, Dallas Gonzales, Addie, Marley and Dania Tienda, Zaiden and Zameron LeCroy, Novalie and Jaxx Grant, Hailyn and Roger Grant, Austin Grant, Ruby Tienda, Guadalupe and Max Tienda.
Arrangements are under the direction and personal care of the professionals at Krestridge Funeral Home, 806-897-1111. 

Jack Reeves
2/7/2020

Jack Reeves
Jack Reeves, 81, of Morton, passed away Tuesday, February 4, 2020, in Morton.
A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, February 22, in the Cochran County Activity Building in Morton.

James Harder
2/7/2020

James Harder
James Harder entered his eternal home on February 5, 2020. 
His life of 93 years will be celebrated on Saturday, February 8, 2020, at 11 a.m. at LakeRidge United Methodist Church Wesley Chapel in Lubbock.
Graveside services were held at 9 a.m. at the Levelland Cemetery.  
Friends are invited to share memories and expressions of sympathy for the family to cherish at www.memorialdesigners.net.
James Harder was born on August 12, 1926, to Carroll and Ruth Harder.  
He graduated from Plainview High School and later attended West Texas State in Canyon where he received a bachelor’s degree in Education.  
James served in the United States Navy from 1944 until 1946.         
He married Kathryn Brooks on June 5, 1949, and they were blessed with two children, Larry Harder and Kim Harder Williams. 
He began his teaching career in Levelland. After three years in education, James pursued a career in the insurance business.  
The insurance agency of Paxton, Foster and Harder continued for many years and later became the Harder Agency, which was run by James and his son, Larry Harder.  
James was a member of many civic organizations in Levelland and always a faithful supporter of Levelland High School and South Plains College athletic events.
After his retirement from the agency, James and wife, Kathryn enjoyed spending time together. 
Their retirement years revolved around family, golfing, playing bridge and participating in various bible studies.  Time spent at their home in Ruidoso was a favorite past time.  
They were devoted volunteers for Meals on Wheels and faithfully visited nursing home residents.  
James and Kathryn were members of the First United Methodist Church in Levelland where they served on many committees, and James taught the Open Door Sunday School class.
Survivors include his daughter, Kim (Rob) Williams; daughter-in-law, Pat Harder, all of Lubbock; grandchildren: Kristin (Trent) Booher, Kasey (Blake) Brazelton, Reagan (Chase) Alexander and Alex (Matt) Miller; and 11 great-grandchildren.
Along with his parents he was preceded in death by his wife, Kathryn; his son, Larry; and a brother, Jerry Harder.
The family of James Harder has designated the Larry Harder Memorial Scholarship at South Plains College or a favorite charity for memorial contributions.

Donald Richmon Williams
2/4/2020

Donald Richmon Williams
A memorial service for Donald Richmon Williams, 76, of Levelland, will be held at 5 p.m. Saturday, February 8, in the Krestridge Funeral Home Chapel. 
He passed away January 30, 2020.
Inurnment with full military honors will be held February 14, in the Santa Fe National Cemetery, under the direction  of Krestridge Funeral Home of Levelland.

 
 
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