Rose Kauffman
Friday, 10AM

(Rosebud) Rose Kauffman, 46 of Lott, died Monday in a Waco hospital. Services are 10AM today at Faith Mennonite Fellowship in Travis, with burial to follow in Clover Hill Cemetery in Lott. Mrs. Kauffman was born in Pennsylvania and lived in Lott the past 10 years. She taught school and volunteered for Meals on Wheels in Rosebud. Survivors include:

       Owen Kauffman of Lott

       Jacob Kauffman
       Wyatt Kauffman, both of Lott

       Ana Kauffman of Lott

       Samuel and Sarah Fisher of TN

       Lee Fisher of Lott
       Raymond Fisher of TN
       Mike Fisher of VA
       Sam Fisher of KY
       Matt Fisher
       Marvin Fisher
       Gene Fisher, all of SC

       Linda Garber of TN
       Anna Mary Fisher
       Liz Kauffman
       Joy Fisher, all of SC

Cook-Gerngross-Green-Patterson Funeral Home in Rosebud is in charge of arrangements.

Craig Martin Leidig
Friday, 2PM

(Cameron) Craig Martin Leidig, 59 of Bangs, died Sunday in a Dallas medical center. Graveside services will be 2PM today at the Oak Hill Cemetery Pavilion in Cameron. Mr. Leidig was born in Ft. Worth. Survivors include:

       Josh Leidig of Fort Worth

Marek-Burns-Laywell Funeral Home of Cameron is in charge of arrangements.

R. Bruce Reat
Saturday, 10AM

(Rockdale) R. Bruce Reat, 80 of Lexington, died Tuesday in a Bryan hospital. Services are 10AM Saturday at First Baptist Church of Lexington, with burial to follow in Prospect Cemetery near Lexington. Visitation will be today from 5-8PM at the church. Mr. Reat was born in Tanglewood and attended school in Tanglewood before graduating from Lexington High School and Texas A&M. He served in the US Army and was a member of First Baptist Church of Lexington. He was director of automotive, trucks, and buses in Spring and Klein ISDs. He moved back to Lexington in 2003. Survivors include:

       Martha A. Reat of Lexington

       Britt B. Reat and partner Kendell Johnston of Plano
       Christopher T. "Chris" Reat and wife Rebecca June "Becky" of Pennsylvania

2 grandsons also survive.
Phillips & Luckey Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Henry Ehrmann Mooney
Saturday, 10:30AM

(Rockdale) Henry Ehrmann Mooney, 70 of Dickinson, died last Wednesday at his home. Visitation will be Saturday from 10:30AM-Noon at Hugh Wilson Cemetery in Tanglewood. Mr. Mooney was born in Cameron and lived in Tanglewood most of his life. He farmed and ranched and was part of the Lexington Living Christmas Tree. He was also active in the Lexington and Tanglewood Fire Departments. Survivors include:

       Carolyn Wright of Rockdale
       Janna Thomas of Dickinson
       Marsha Hembree of Abilene

       Fletcher Mooney of Tanglewood

Phillips & Luckey Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

James Randall Nink
Saturday, 2PM

(Rockdale) James Randall Nink, 56 of Rockdale, died Tuesday at his home. Services are 2PM Saturday at Phillips and Luckey Funeral Home in Rockdale. Mr. Nink was born in Rockdale and graduated from Rockdale High School in 1979. He was a bull rider, construction business owner, farmer, and electrician. He worked for Rose Electric in Hutto and Luminant in Rockdale. Survivors include:

       Rebecca Nink of Rockdale

       Jacob Nink of Rockdale
       Monty Northern of College Station
       Trent Northern of Rockdale

       Jaime Turman of Colorado
       Emily Northern of Rockdale
       Tara Underdown of Midland

       Betty Nink of Rockdale

       Phyllis Kleinschmidt of Lexington
       Leslie Chudej of Rockdale

       Raymond Nink of Smithville

7 grandchildren also survive.
Phillips & Luckey Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Bobby Ray Wilkinson
Saturday, 2PM

(Cameron) Bobby Ray Wilkinson, 85 of Branchville, died Wednesday in a Temple hospital. Services will be 2PM Saturday at Marek Burns Laywell Funeral Home in Cameron, with burial to follow in the Oak Hill Cemetery. Visitation will be today from 6-8PM at the funeral home. Mr. Wilkinson was born in Branchville and graduated from Yoe High School in 1949. He attended TCU for 1 year before being drafted by the New York Giants baseball club. He played 1 year in the minors as a pitcher. He later worked for Dow Chemical, Alamo Trucking, and Merchants Fast Motor Lines. He was a member of Maysfield Methodist Church where he served on the Board of Trustees. Survivors include:

       Kay Wilkinson of Branchville

       Doug Wilkinson & wife Paulanna of Houston

       Debbie Behling & husband Richard of Sugarland
       Pam Vaught& husband Karl of San Antonio
       Carol Gilbrech & husband Tony of Houston

       Eddie Horn of Austin

       Debbie Hair of Austin

       Marjorie Jolly of Houston
       Pat Moraw & husband Charles of Cameron

       Charles Ellis of Cameron

7 grandchildren, 1 great grandson, 2 step grandchildren, and 2 step great grandchildren also survive.
Marek-Burns-Laywell Funeral Home of Cameron is in charge of arrangements.

Pamela Elaine Ellis
Monday, 11AM

(Rockdale) Pamela Elaine Ellis, 62 of Rockdale, died Friday in a Round Rock hospital. Services are 11AM Monday in Springfield Baptist Church in Rockdale, with burial to follow in Oak Lawn Cemetery there. Mrs. Ellis was born in Rockdale and graduated from Rockdale High School in 1972. She was a homemaker and member of Springfield Baptist Church. Survivors include:

       Arthur Leon Ellis of Rockdale

       Larry Noble Jackson and wife Sandra of Austin

       Seewillow Avis Norwood of Temple
       Sandra Lou Richards of Rockdale

A host of loving nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews, family and friends also survive.
Phillips & Luckey Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

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