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Donald Schofield

Sep 24, 1944 - Dec 07, 2023

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Amarillo, TX

Donald Frank Schofield "Don", 79, of Amarillo, TX passed away on December 2, 2023. A Memorial Service will be held at 11:00 A. M. , Friday, December 8, 2023, at Saint Stephen Church with Travis Bennett and Perry Hunsaker officiating. Burial will be at Llano Cemetery. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd. Don was born in Springfield, Massachusetts on September 24, 1944, to Lois and Delbert Schofield. He would often talk about growing up in the Northeast, and...Read More

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Elisa Lancaster

Feb 11, 1931 - Feb 21, 2024

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Amarillo, TX

Elisa Lancaster, 93, of Amarillo, Texas passed away on February 21, 2024. Services will be at 11:00 A.M., Tuesday, February 27, 2024, in the Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel with Dr. G. A. Roach officiating. Burial will be at Llano East Cemetery. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd. Elisa was born on February 11, 1931, in Colorado, to Paula (Flores) and Frank Martinez. She married Jessie A. Lancaster in 1952 at Clovis, N.M. Elisa was a member of Fairview Assembly of God. She loved the Lord, traveling, dancing, and spending time with her family. She was preceded in death by her husband, Jessie A. Lancaster; and great-grandson, Aaron Lancaster. She is survived by a son, Randall Lancaster and wife Laurie, of Tyler, Texas; daughter, Susan Lancaster, of Amarillo, Texas; grandchildren, Kristie Lancaster, of Amarillo, Texas, Randy Joe Lancaster, of Tyler, Texas, and Freddy Platt and wife Michelle, of Tyler, Texas; twelve great-grandchildren; seven great-great-grandchildren; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins. Viewing will be available on Monday, February 26, 2024, at Boxwell Brothers Funeral Home from Noon – 8:00 P.M.

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Carrol Newcomb

Aug 13, 1932 - Feb 16, 2024

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Amarillo, TX

Carrol Newcomb, 91 of Amarillo died Friday, February 16, 2024. Graveside services will be Tuesday, February 27, 2024 at 2:00 PM at Memorial Park Cemetery, I-40 and Whitaker, Amarillo. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd. Carrol was born on August 13, 1932, in Clinton Oklahoma. He grew up in Butler and attended school there. He and his family moved to Amarillo in 1973 where he spent the remainder of his life. Carrol’s profession was as a Chief Surveyor for the Bureau of Reclamation. He assisted on the Foss, Thunderbird, and Arbuckle Lakes in Oklahoma. He is preceded in death by his parents, a son, Kent, and his beautiful wife, Helen. Survivors include Joal Newcomb of Diamondhead, MS, Barbara and husband, Melvin of Canyon, TX, Jeff Newcomb, Linze and Heath Hunter, MyKayla Hunter and Jaxen, all of Amarillo, Justin Hunter, Ashli and Will of Fritch, TX. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials be sent to Pathfinders Sunday school class, St. Stephen Church, 4600 South Western Amarillo.

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Barbara Ann Curtis

Nov 11, 1932 - Feb 18, 2024

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Amarillo, TX

Barbara Ann Curtis of Amarillo, Texas passed away February 18, 2024. No services are scheduled. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors. Barbara was born in Statesville, North Carolina on November 11, 1932 to Evelyn Tevepaugh Mitchell and Fred Mitchell. She graduated from Crossnore High School in 1951. Barbara married Robert Edgar Curtis on December 8, 1951. They met at Crossnore and were married until his passing in 1999. They were a military family and were very active and dedicated to the Elf Louise project in San Antonio for many years. Barbara was a longtime member of Beta Sigma Phi service sorority volunteering for countless charities. She worked as a bookkeeper and in retail for 40 years. They were parents to five children. Pamela Kay, Robert Wayne, Kathryn Lynn, Donna Lee, and Darla Kiy. Barbara moved to Amarillo in 2014 and made many new friends at Country Estates and the Clairmont retirement communities. She was an avid bridge player and loved all games. She was preceded in death by her husband, CMSgt Robert Curtis and her daughter, Pamela, Kay Yenowine. Survivors include her children, Robert Curtis, Kathryn Woolery, Donna Wilkinson, and Kiy Curtis. She was blessed with nine grandchildren and eight great- grandchildren.

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Daniel Montemayor Leal Jr.

Apr 14, 1955 - Feb 19, 2024

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Amarillo, TX

Tribute Daniel Montemayor Leal Jr., 68, passed away February 19, 2024, in Amarillo, Texas. He was born April 14, 1955, in Monterrey, Mexico, to Daniel Leal and Felisa Montemayor. He moved to O’Donnell, Texas with his family at the age of five in 1960 where he left school to help work for the family. He moved to Abilene, Tx, in his late teen years where he worked as a Chevy Service Mechanic. He moved to Amarillo in the early 1970s where he held many jobs prior to his employment at IBP. While at IBP he met his best friend Jimmy and was introduced to the love of his life Lonita. They married a year later on October 19, 1977. He eventually retired from IBP now Tyson in 2015. Daniel was preceded in death by the love of his life Lonita, his parents Daniel and Felisa Leal, his brother-in-law Cale Diaz, his father-in-law James Stout, and his mother-in-law Juanita Forrest, and sisters in law Brenda, Judy, Betty, brothers-in-law Tommy and Loney. He is survived by his three daughters Terri and husband Charles, Rebecca and husband Efrain, Pamela and husband Gilbert, and a bonus son Michael and wife Dora. His grandchildren are Matthew, Joshua, Cody, Esperanza, Fabian, Isaiah, Liliana, Jesslynn and Melody. He also had 11 great-grandchildren, three sisters Gina Diaz, Tina and husband Eli Mendez, and Senaida Johnson, and three brothers James and wife San Juana Leal, Rod and wife Polly Leal and George and wife Doris Leal, brother-in-law Larry Wagner, sister-in-law Denice Stout, as well as many nieces, nephews and cousins. Daniel was a die-hard Dallas Cowboy fan who also loved to dance and go camping every chance he could get. He loved Palo Duro Canyon, Lake Meredith, Ponderosa and Red River, New Mexico. He enjoyed going with his family to watch hockey games and spent lots of time watching western movies. He could be considered a bit strict and stubborn, but he dearly loved his dog Misty who passed away just a few months ago. His friends were very important to him, but he had a love for his family that was unmeasurable and talked to his brothers and sisters nearly every day. He loved his wife dearly; the love he had for her was nothing short of devotion. The romantic side he showed for her only persisted even after she passed away. He wouldn’t go out on Valentines' Day because he missed her so much. He and his family still celebrated her birthday at the Big Texan leaving her a place every year. He also celebrated their anniversary by going camping, something they loved to do together. He continued to care for her flowers carefully. His thoughts were always on “the love of his life.” He missed her so much, and we know they are happy together again. To send flowers to the family, please visit our floral store. Read More

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Eddie Gomez

Jul 03, 2000 - Feb 17, 2024

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Amarillo, TX

Eddie Gomez, 23, of Amarillo, died Saturday, February 17, 2024.Rosary will be at 6:00 PM, Wednesday, February 21, 2024, in Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel. Mass will be at 10:00 AM, Thursday in St. Laurence Catholic Church. Burial will be in Llano East Cemetery. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Bld.Eddie was born on July 3, 2000, in Amarillo, Texas.In loving memory of Eddie Gomez, a charismatic and radiant soul whose love illuminated the lives of everyone fortunate enough to know him. A beacon of joy, Eddie was a ray of sunshine, bringing light and warmth to the world around him. As a dedicated student at WTAMU, majoring in Dance and Education, he pursued his passion with unparalleled enthusiasm.Eddie’s magnetic personality extended beyond the dance floor. He embraced life with an energetic spirit that touched the hearts of all who were fortunate to meet him. Loved dearly by his family, Eddie had a unique ability to make friends feel like cherished members of his own kin. His love knew no bounds, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts of those lucky enough to call him family or friend.A true legend, Eddie’s legacy lives on through the memories of his joyful presence, his love for dancing, and the echoes of his singing that filled the air. In the dance of life he moved with grace, leaving behind a legacy that will forever be remembered and cherished.He is survived by his mom, Maria Felicitas Gomez Garcia; dad, Salvador Gomez; mother, Bertha Gomez; sisters, Mayra Gomez and Emily Aguilar; brothers, Samuel Gomez, Salvador Gomez, and Noe Aguilar; aunts, Guera Gomez, Maria de la Cruz Gomez, Felicitas Gomez, Anita Gomez, and Alicia Gomez, uncles, Angel Gomez and Gustavo Gomez; and his cousins, Yesenia, Mickey, Hope, Alexis, Hugo, Paula, Giselle, Yareli, and numerous more.Eddie will be available for viewing on Wednesday, February 21, 2024, from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM.

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Giovanni Massucci

Sep 08, 1935 - Feb 12, 2024

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Amarillo, TX

Giovanni Massucci, age 88, of Amarillo, Texas passed away on Monday, February 12, 2024. A detailed obituary coming soon.

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Gatha Mae Bodine Webb

Oct 20, 1935 - Feb 19, 2024

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Amarillo, TX

Graveside Services for Gatha Mae Bodine Webb “Jackie Webb” will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, February 23, 2024 at Carey Cemetery with Alan Egerton officiating. Mrs. Webb passed from this life on Monday, February 19, 2024 in Amarillo. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Johnson Funeral Home. Jackie was born on October 20, 1935 to Chester Otto and Cordelia Ammons Bodine in Cheyenne, Ok. She married James Travis Webb and from this union they had one child, Joe Webb. Jackie worked as a bookkeeper and also at Gorey’s and Hawbaker’s Auctions. She was a member of Christ Lutheran Church in Amarillo. She was also an avid animal lover except for skunks and snakes, loved to oil paint and go to flea markets and garage sales. Those left to cherish her memory are her son; Joe Webb of Merritt Island, FL., and her longtime special friends and neighbors Jeff and Mattie Roof; Dewayne and Lorie Ellis; Mike and Chandra Graf all of Amarillo, Tx. She is preceded in death by her husband, James Travis Webb, her parents Chester Otto and Cordelia Bodine, sisters; Billie June Wahley, Paula Jean Vick, and brothers; Winston Bodine, and Donald Bodine. In lieu of flowers, the family has suggested that memorial donations be made to the ASPCA Humane Society.

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Joseph "Joe" Stubblefield III

Dec 07, 1942 - Feb 16, 2024

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Amarillo, TX

Joseph “Joe” Stubblefield III, 81, of Amarillo, Texas passed away on Friday, February 16, 2024, in Amarillo. Joe was born on December 7, 1942, in Hale Center, to Joseph Stubblefield II and Minnie Elizabeth (Gibson) Stubblefield. Joe attended school and graduated from Hale Center High School. He went on to receive his bachelor’s degree at West Texas A&M University. He is a long-time resident of Amarillo, Texas. Joe was self-employed working as an Agriculture Financial Consultant. He married Peggy Green and they have shared 35 beautiful years together. Joe was a kind, friendly, entertaining man who loved to tell a long story, strike up a conversation, and give a history lesson or two. He was a true cowboy enjoying roping, riding, fishing, and spending time at his home in Colorado.Those left to cherish his memories are wife Peggy Stubblefield of Amarillo, Texas; two stepsons Keith Todd of Amarillo, Texas and Kris Stubblefield and wife (Allison) of Elkhart, Texas; several grandchildren; two sisters, Joe Beth Shackelford and husband Dick of San Angelo, Texas, and Rita Dye of Colorado; and numerous cousins.He is preceded in death by his parents Joseph and Elizabeth Stubblefield and son Joseph Stubblefield IV.A Graveside Service will be on Saturday, February 24, 2024, at 11:00 A.M. at Rest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Hereford. Arrangements and Cremation Services have been entrusted to Mendez and Mullins Family Funeral Home of Hereford. You may sign the online guestbook at www.mendezandmullins.comTo plant Memorial Trees in memory of Joseph "Joe" Stubblefield, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store. Memorial DonationThere are no gallery images.#recaptcha-container label {display: none}Upload a PhotoLabel: *Image: *Gallery:Obituary Photos Required Confirmation: Upload Gallery Image

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Kodey Da'Juan Dunn

May 15, 1996 - Feb 13, 2024

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Amarillo, TX

Kodey loved his family. He was the 3rd of 4 boys and had his mama’s heart. He and his parents, Roscoe and Kim had an unbreakable bond. Kodey and his brothers were inseparable and nothing or no one could reciprocate their love for one another. Kodey became a father to a beautiful little girl, Ka’liyah Dunn who also stole his heart. Kodey started school at Hamlet Elementary. He went to middle school at Johnny Allen 6th Grade Campus and Horace Mann. Kodey graduated from Palo Duro High School in May of 2014. After graduating from high school, Kodey attended Amarillo College. He attended Job Corps and received credentials as a Plumber Pre-Apprentice. Kodey’s first job was at Burger King. He also worked for Tyson Foods and at Amazon Distribution Center. Kodey was introduced to sports at an early age, such as track, t-ball, baseball and basketball. He was a standout athlete and really blossomed his 7th and 8th Grade year running the 400 meter run for Horace Mann’s track team. Kodey had a genuine love for basketball. He started playing basketball in the 2nd grade and continued through High School. Kodey played AAU basketball with the 2014 Amarillo Gators, where he built everlasting friendships with his teammates (brothers). The team was coached by Marlon Sims and Jimaine Westmoreland, who both played a vital role in his upbringing. Kodey also lettered on Palo Duro’s Boys Basketball Varsity team for 4 years. Kodey was always reserved and shy but had a unique personality. He developed relationships with many people throughout his young life. He will be missed by so many, but his memories will remain, especially his unique smile. Kodey was preceded in death by his great-grandparents, Houston and Virginia Frazier, Essie B. Kates, grandmothers, Linda Dunn and Carrye Tropez and grandfather, Jerry Jennings. Those left to cherish his memories are his daughter, Ka’liyah Dunn, his parents, Roscoe and Kim Flanagan, and Bryce Jennings, brothers Kolby Dunn, Kolton Dunn, and Jalen Flanagan of Amarillo, Jamond Loftis of Plano, TX, and Bryce Jennings, Jr. of Mansfield, TX, sisters, Bria Jennings of Dallas, TX, and Nakia Napue of Denver, CO, grandfather, Eddie Ray Dunn, grandmother with love, Brenda Frazier, and grandmother, Barbara Greene, uncle, Timothy Dunn, nephews, K’Den, Xy’erion, Braizlyn, and Domari, sisters in love, JaJuana Harvey, Tacie Barnes, Valencia Johnson, and Saundra Rosas. Kodey also touched the lives of his nieces, aunts, uncles, cousins, family, teachers, and friends. To to the family or in memory of Kodey Da'Juan Dunn, please

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John Wesley Brown

Dec 21, 1934 - Feb 13, 2024

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Amarillo, TX

John was born in Jasper, Texas to the late Oscar and Minnie Brown. He attended Jasper Schools during his early years of life. He accepted Christ at an early age. He later moved to Amarillo, Texas, becoming a long-time resident until the end of life. He was a member of Jenkins Chapel, Amarillo Texas. He was a former worker of Asarco of Amarillo Refinery. John found great enjoyment in watching his favorite game show Wheel of Fortune, reading the newspaper, and drinking coffee (cup after cup). He was a servant at heart in his neighborhood providing snacks to the neighborhood kids. He always had a song in his heart and many times in his church he would request to lead the songs. He always had a smile, and, in his presence, there would be love and laughter. Family was very important to him. He had a special bond with all his children. A hard worker, a provider, a man of great example; all these things is what family and friends will truly miss the most. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, Wilma Faye Brown; three sisters: Kathy Wells, Minnette Brown, and Imogene Brown Polite; one brother, Ira Brown; one great-grandson Christopher Charles Brown, II. He leaves to cherish his memories, five sons: Thomas Eugene Gaither, John Chris (Adana) Brown, Jerry Cornell Brown of Amarillo, Texas, Jeffery Charles (Teobolen) Brown of Dallas, Texas, and John Wesley Brown Jr. of Houston, Texas one daughter, Gloria Faye Russell of Amarillo, Texas, ten grandchildren, ten great-grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews, and friends. To to the family or in memory of John Wesley Brown, please

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