Obituaries: March 2006
Mary Louise HelmsCampbell, 89, of Montgomery, Ala., died Dec. 5. She waspreceded in death by her husband, Barney. They were charter members of theformer Cloverdale Church of Christ, Montgomery, where they met in 1938.
Survivors include oneson, a son-in-law, two daughters, a sister, a sister-in-law and a cousin.
Fannie Jewel Harbin,98, died Jan. 5 in Albuquerque, N.M. Her husband, A.L., was aminister for 60 years, and they both did domestic and missionary work. She wasa loving, dedicated, faithful and always supportive wife and co-worker, friendsand family said.
She was preceded indeath by her husband, daughter Virginia (at age 2) and all seven of herbrothers and sisters. Survivors include two daughters, four grandchildren andone great-grandchild.
Margaret B. Holland,73, died Jan. 30. She was a teacher of women’s and children’s classes in Oklahoma, Oregon, Arizona and Texas.Funeral services were Feb. 2 at the Turnpike church, Grand Prairie, Texas.Survivors include her husband of 54 years, Roy L., five children and 10grandchildren.
Willard AlfredLemons, 86, died Feb. 2 in Albuquerque, N.M. He served in World War IIand participated in missions to South Africaand various U.S.locales.
He was an elder ofthe Britton Roadchurch, Oklahoma City,for 22 years. Later he was a member of the Rio Rancho, N.M., church.
Survivors include hiswife, Edna, a daughter, a son and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Alfred White, 75, of Odessa, Texas,died Jan. 12.
Born in the Republic of Panama, Alfred worked as a substituteteacher for 15 years and also worked for Texas Instruments for a decade. He wasan elder of the Sherwood church.
Survivors include hiswife, Essie, a son, five daughters, 11 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Jake B. Woodall, 88,died Dec. 28 in Sherman, Okla. He was a firefighter for 28 years atPerrin Air Force Base in Sherman.His wife of 64 years, Sallie, preceded him in death.
He served as a deaconand an elder of the Grand Avenuechurch and elder of the Parkview church, both in Sherman.
Survivors includethree daughters, three sons-in-law, seven grandchildren and 11great-grandchildren.
Jonathan Van Rheenen
Jonathan Van Rheenen,34, of Louisville, Ky., died Feb. 13.
He was a truck driverand was in the sleeper cab when his co-driver collided with another truck.
Survivors include hiswife, Nicole, two children, parents Gailyn and Becky Van Rheenen of Dallas, twosisters and a brother.