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Dylan Thaggard

Sep 24, 1998 - Dec 03, 2023

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Amarillo, TX

Dylan Blaine Thaggard, 25, of Amarillo, passed away on Sunday, December 3, 2023. Services will be at 2:00 P. M. on Monday, December 11, 2023 at Brooks Chapel in Canyon with his brother, Alan Graham, officiating. Burial will follow in Dreamland Cemetery.Dylan was born on September 24, 1998 in Amarillo. He attended Amarillo High School and Canyon High School, and then studied at Maranatha Baptist University.Dylan was an avid outdoorsman and was passionate about fishing, hunting, and rock climb...Read More

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Socorro Hernandez

Jun 27, 1934 - Mar 02, 2024

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Amarillo, TX

Tribute Socorro Hernandez, age 89, of Vicente Guerrero Durango, Mexico, passed away on March 2, 2024, in Amarillo, TX. She was born on June 27, 1934. Socorro was a beloved homemaker who found joy in cooking, gardening, and spending time with her growing family. She is survived by her children: Jesus Angel Hernandez, Guadalupe Garza, Socorro Ordaz, Alicia Lara, Ana Hernandez, and Marina Hernandez all of Amarillo, TX; Jose Luis Hernandez and Nena Hernandez of Roswell, NM; Maria del Consuelo Hernandez of Monterrey, Mexico; Sylvia Hernandez of Goshen, IN; Angelica Hernandez of Memphis, TN. Socorro is also survived by over 47 grandchildren, over 55 great-grandchildren, and 1 great-great-grandchild. She was preceded in death by her infant son, Ponciano "Chanito" Hernandez, her husband Ponciano Hernandez, and her son Ponciano "Chano" Hernandez of Roswell, NM. Socorro Hernandez will be deeply missed by all who knew her, but her memory will live on through the love she shared with her family. To send flowers to the family, please visit our floral store. Read More

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Alma Gertrude Perkins

Jul 06, 1927 - Mar 02, 2024

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Amarillo, TX

Alma Gertrude Perkins, 96, peacefully departed from this world and stepped into glory on March 2, 2024, leaving behind a legacy of love, creativity, and grace. Visitation with the family will be from 6-7:00 p.m., Tuesday, March 5, 2024, at Boxwell Brothers Funeral Home, 2800 Paramount Blvd., Amarillo. Services will be at 1:00 p.m., Wednesday, March 6, 2024, at Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel, 2800 Paramount Blvd., Amarillo. Burial will follow at Northlawn Cemetery in Dumas, TX. Gertrude Perkins was born on July 6, 1927, in Blanco, Texas. She was the 11th of 12 children of Otto Sauer and Louise Deana Baethge Sauer. She moved to Schleicher County with the family in 1929. She married the love of her life Clyde Smith Perkins on 11/7/1953. Together they built a life and a beautiful family and spent most of their years in Dumas, Tx and then moved to Amarillo, Tx. They shared 70 remarkable years of marriage. Clyde called her Tillie, a name that carried with it a lifetime of shared memories, joys, and the profound bond they shared. Clyde knew from the moment he saw Tillie, she was the one God intended for him to marry. Their union was a testament to the enduring power of faith and devotion, inspiring all who knew them to cherish the sacred bond of marriage. They attended First Christian Church in Dumas, Tx. Gertrude was a devoted, kind, and caring mother, finding joy in the love and laughter of her children. She is remembered by her infectious laugh, a melody that echoes through their lives. Some of their fondest memories, are of them gathered together as she would read them books, her voice bringing to life the characters and adventures, leaving their minds full of wonder and enchantment that lingered long after the story was over. As a grandmother, Gertrude (Grammie) shared her love for Jesus with her grandchildren. She held a special place in the hearts of her grandchildren, who fondly remember summer breaks spent in her company. Together, they embarked on adventures in art classes, where she nurtured their creativity. Her gentle guidance and encouragement inspired them to explore new horizons and embrace the beauty of the world around them. She will be remembered for her steadfast devotion to fostering creativity and nurturing the minds and spirits of her grandchildren. In addition to her love and devotion to her family, Gertrude found joy in expressing her creativity through art, gardening, and music, all of which she viewed as gifts from God to be cherished and shared with others. Her artistic talents were boundless as she attended many art classes to learn different techniques and mediums. In addition to her love of art, she found joy in the tranquility of her garden. Tending to her flowers and plants brought her a sense of peace and connection to God & nature. Her green thumb and nurturing spirit were evident in every bloom and delicious vegetables that graced her garden. Gertrude enjoyed playing piano and singing old hymns. She was an exceptional seamstress, crafting garments with care and precision. Gertrude will be deeply missed by all who knew her. Her memory will live on in the beauty she created, the love she shared, and the lives she touched. In her own words, found written in her cherished bible is written a timeless message of faith and comfort, a reflection of her faith and belief in the power of prayer, “May God who hears and answers every heartfelt prayer we say be near to grant you comfort in His kind and loving way.” She is survived by her husband Clyde S Perkins of Amarillo, three children Gayle Nivens and husband Tom of Amarillo, Carl Perkins of Amarillo, Jan Blades and husband Johnny of Amarillo. Seven Grandchildren Laura Flores (Jason) of Amarillo, Tx, Matthew Blades (Allison) of Great Bend, Ks, Amy Warren (Steven) of Fort Worth, Tx, Ashley Allred (Cody) of Amarillo, Tx, Christy Perkins of Waco, Tx, Jessica Eaves (Levi) of Cleveland, Tn, Cory Perkins (Ryo) of El Paso, Tx. 22 great-grandchildren and 4 great-great-grandchildren.

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Margaret Amelia Kenney

Oct 05, 1934 - Mar 01, 2024

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Amarillo, TX

Margaret (Marge) Amelia Kenney Marge was born Oct. 5, 1934, in Greenville, PA, to Raymond & Irene Pierotti. She married George Kenney Jr. on Sept. 24, 1955, at the Sandia Base Chapel in Albuquerque, NM. During their 68 years of marriage, Marge and George loved camping, traveling, and spending time with family and friends. Especially doing arts and crafts with her grandchildren. , Marge was involved in St. Mary's Youth Program for over 30 years. She was instrumental in getting a full-time paid director for the parish by developing a long-range plan. Marge volunteered her time and talent to keep the program running and helped implement new ideas, program retreats, leadership conferences, and lots more. The fantastic thing about Marge is that she did not have a teenager through this time. She just believed in and loved young people. Marge established several traditions at St. Mary's. One is the Annual Senior Citizens Banquet sponsored by the youth to honor all the parish's Senior Citizens. Marge started the Young at Heart Senior Citizen program at St. Mary's Cathedral. She was passionate about providing a sense of community for the senior citizens and was known for the favors that she made each month. Along with all her service at St. Mary's Marge was the church secretary for 25 years. Marge was Chairperson of the Renew Small Group Committee and was responsible for setting up, training, and assigning people to all these small groups. Marge was part of the Homebound ministry of the parish. Marge was actively involved in Girl Scouting for over 50 years. From 1964 through 1983, she served as a Girl Scout troop leader, starting when the oldest of her three daughters entered the program and continuing until all the girls in her youngest daughter's troop had completed their senior program. Marge was honored by the Texas Plains Council with the Thanks Badge, the Outstanding Volunteer pin, and the "Thank You for Gold Award Service" recognition. She also received an Award of Honor from the Diocese of Amarillo for Outstanding Service in 1981, which was followed by being awarded the first "Women of Distinction" award in 1995 by the Girl Scout Council. Marge was a devout Christian who deeply loved her family and friends. Marge is survived by her husband, George E. Kenney Jr.; her four children, George Kenney III and his wife Heiadi of Amarillo, TX; Margaret Newsome of Eagle Nest, NM; Elizabeth Garcia of Rio Rancho, NM; and Patricia Andrews and her husband Thomas of Sandy Springs, GA; and her eight grandchildren Ryan Kenney, Bret Kenney, Michael Garcia, Catherine Keller, Christopher Garcia, Sara Newsome, Harrison Andrews, and Kennedy Andrews; and two great-grandchildren Christopher and Ezra. The family suggests that memorial donations be made to the St. Mary's Youth Program, 1200 South Washington, Amarillo, Texas 79102, or the Girl Scouts of Texas Oklahoma Plains, 7620 Hillside Road Sp. 300, Amarillo, Texas 79119

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Rebecca Jones

Mar 25, 1961 - Mar 01, 2024

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Amarillo, TX

Rebecca “Becky” Jones, 62, of Amarillo, passed into the arms of Jesus on Friday, March 1, 2024. Memorial services will be 10:00 AM Wednesday, March 6, 2024, at Cox-Rowley funeral home, 4180 Canyon Drive, Amarillo, Texas, with Pastor Ben Handon Officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Cox-Rowley Funeral Home. Becky was born on March 25, 1961 in Dallas, Texas to Birdie and Bonnie Jones. She graduated from the Amarillo College nursing program. Becky worked as a nurse for well over twenty years. She was an avid reader, specifically the James Patterson novels. She also enjoyed a good mystery television show, including but not limited to, Dateline and 20/20. Becky loved spending quality time with her family, playing games together and working puzzles. She was a very loving and devoted Nana to her grandchildren and enjoyed attending every sporting event she could. She was loved by so many and will be deeply missed. Becky was preceded in death by her parents; her step father, Gerald Vinyard and her great nephew, Jules Moore. Survivors include her daughter, Leslie Fowler and husband Charlie; son, Josh Sharber and wife Andrea all of Amarillo; daughter, Cassie Bennett and husband Brian of Lubbock; one brother, Ron Jones also of Lubbock; her bonus daughters, Adina Hernandez and husband Saul of Amarillo; Melissa Vallia of Louisiana; her sister in law, Linda Jones; two nieces, Amanda Moore of Amarillo and Aubrie Owens of Hawaii; one nephew, Hayden Jones of Georgia; ten grandchildren, Averie, Keelie, Taegan, Tate, Simon, Brooklynn, Aaron, Hudson, Cooper and Ryan; Great niece and nephew, Hannah and Jacob. Survivors also include a host of extended family and close friends. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to National Multiple Sclerosis Society. To to the family, please

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Sergio Santiago-Maciel

Feb 22, 1993 - Mar 01, 2024

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Amarillo, TX

Sergio Santiago-Maciel, de 31 años de Amarillo, murió el 1 de marzo de 2024, rodeado de su familia. Las visitas públicas serán desde las 12:00 p.m. hasta las 5:00 p.m. el lunes 4 de marzo de 2024 en Angel Funeral Home, 2209 South Arthur. El servicio del rosario será a las 6:00 p.m. El funeral será el martes 5 de marzo de 2024 a las 12:00 p.m. Seguirá el entierro en el Cementerio Llano East. Tenga en cuenta que no habrá escoltas policiales, por lo tanto, no habrá procesión fúnebre formal. Familiares y amigos se reunirán en Llano Cemetery East. Sergio nació en Jalisco, México, el 22 de febrero de 1993, de sus padres, Sergio Alfredo Santiago y Olga Maciel Trujillo. Se casó con Jo Muñoz en Amarillo el 15 de noviembre del 2014. Era un joven juguetón y divertido, pintor de profesión; él siempre estaba sonriendo. Un alma bondadosa que contagia felicidad a todos. Sergio tenía unos ojos verdes más increíbles que cautivaron a todos. Le precedieron en la muerte sus tías Margarita Santiago y María del Refugio Santiago Barboza y su tío Francisco Maciel. A Sergio le sobreviven su esposa Jo Santiago; sus padres, Sergio Alfredo Santiago Barboza y Olga Maciel Trujillo; sus hermanos, Iván Santiago y Jazmín León y Omar Santiago y Cristina; su cuñada Carina Muñoz; sus abuelos, Rita Trujillo Hernández y Francisco Maciel González; su amado compañero canino, Max y su gatita, Mia.

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David Lee Tinker

Sep 06, 1952 - Mar 01, 2024

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Amarillo, TX

David Lee Tinker, age 71, of Amarillo, Texas passed away on Friday, March 1, 2024. A celebration of life for David will be held Monday, March 11, 2024 at 10:00 AM at Griggs-Schooler-Gordon, 5400 Bell St., Amarillo, TX 79109.

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Stephanie Renee Babbitt

Jun 30, 1987 - Feb 27, 2024

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Amarillo, TX

"Stephanie Renee Babbitt, 36, of Amarillo passed away on February 27, 2024. Stephanie was born June 30, 1987 in Portales, New Mexico to Lynetta and Kerry Babbitt. She was raised in Clovis, where she graduated in 2005 from Clovis High School. She was a devoted Christian who loved the Lord. Stephanie hobbies included spending time with her cat “Stormy”, listening to music and reading. She was a devoted mother to her two beautiful daughters, Lexi and Bella. Stephanie cherished time with her family, especially spending time with her Mom and Dad. One of Kerry’s fondest memories is cruising with Stephanie in his 1967 Nova. She was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents, Charles and Betty Riggan; her paternal grandparents, Clifford and Thelma Babbitt and two uncles, Harry Babbitt and Jerry Babbitt. Stephanie is survived by her parents, Kerry and Lynetta Babbitt; two precious daughters, Lexi Hohstadt and Bella Babbitt and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and extended family."

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Rocklin "Rocky" Howard

Oct 27, 1953 - Mar 01, 2024

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Amarillo, TX

"Rocklin \u0026quot;Rocky\u0026quot; Howard, 70, of Portales, NM, passed away on March 1, 2024, in Amarillo, TX following a sudden illness. He was born on October 27, 1953, in Farmington, NM. Rocky was an electrician at ENMU from 1988 until his retirement in 2013. He is survived by his beloved wife of 52 years, Nikki, sons Cameron Howard (Reina), grandchildren Ethan, Reanne, and Samuel, all of Portales, NM and Jared Howard (Corey) of Raymond, ME. He is also survived by his mother Lila Watkins of Amarillo, TX, sisters Tresban Giron (Orlando) of Pojoaque, NM, Tracy Velasquez (Bert) of Amarillo, TX, brothers Rory Howard of Plano, TX, Billy Howard (Brenda) of Talihina, OK, brother-in-law Eldon Hays (Sissy) of Portales, NM, and numerous nieces and nephews. Rocky was preceded in death by his father, Jerry Howard, and step-father, Donald Watkins. Rocky took pride in his property, always keeping it looking nice and tidy. He was a sportsman at heart, enjoying many activities throughout the years, but his favorite activity was spending time with his 3 grandchildren. No formal services will be held. A private memorial will be planned at a later date. lf desired, contributions in Rocky\u0027s memory may be made to the Christian Children\u0027s Home, 1356 NM-236, Portales, NM 88130."

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Nela Rook Clement

Dec 19, 1955 - Feb 26, 2024

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Amarillo, TX

"Nela was born on December 19, 1955 in Amarillo to George and Roberta Rook. Nela loved her family and her Dogs, Teddy, Big Ear and Ugly Baby “Bubba.” She loved to go out dancing and enjoyed being at home, gardening and cooking. Most of all, Nela loved God and it showed in all she did. She is survived by her husband, Robert Anthony Clement of Amarillo; daughter, Melanie Rook of Fort Lauderdale, FL; step-son, Tony Clement and wife Kerry; step-daughter, Sallie Portillo; sisters, Kathy Bybee and husband Lonnie of Potwin, KS and Teresa Stevens and husband Mark of Amarillo; brothers, George and Irma Rook of Rocksprings, TX and Kevin Rook of Dallas; grandchildren, Cory and wife Diamond Clement, Kristen, Kaitlyn and Bailey Clement, and Andrew and Brianna Portillo; great grandchild, Jayce Clement; nieces and nephews, Renee and Patrick Bybee, Trey, Chris and Vanessa Rook and Arther “Bubba” Stevens; brother and sister-in-laws, Carol Dean of Plano, Kathy Black of Amarillo, Janet and husband Jack Davis of Ansel, TX, Pamela Gibson, Monica Scott; Geri Toniolli and husband Jimmy and Donald Clement, all of Amarillo as well as numerous other nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews left to cherish her memory. Nela was preceded in death by her parents; sisters, Gina Meshell, Ginger Rook and her beloved son, Shaun Rook."

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Jim Shafer

Jan 02, 1947 - Feb 18, 2024

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Amarillo, TX

"Jim was born on January 2, 1947 in Coahoma, TX to Bill and Margie Shafer. He was raised in Coahoma, graduating from Coahoma High School in 1964. He then moved to Lubbock, attending Texas Tech University, where he received his Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting. Jim was then drafted into the United States Army, serving until his honorable discharge in 1971. Upon his return, he went to work for Leon Hoyt and Co, eventually becoming partner, where he worked for over 35 years. He later began Shafer-Hicks CPA, working until his retirement in 2022. Jim married Tanga Kay Neel on September 29, 1983 in Amarillo. Together, they made many memories, traveling, visiting their children and grandchildren and vacationing to many beautiful places. He was a devoted member of the Amarillo Downtown Lion’s Club, where he served as secretary for many years and made many close friends. One of his favorite activities was the bell ringing at Christmas time, where he enjoyed the company of his 2 sons, Ty and Eric as he volunteered. He enjoyed fishing, watching the Texas Rangers play ball, spending time with his wife, Tanga and going to see his grandchildren as often as possible. Above all, he loved his family and cherished all the time he spent with them. Jim is survived by his wife, Tanga Shafer of Amarillo; 2 sons, Ty Shafer and wife Stephanie of Lufkin and Eric Shafer and wife Candice of Amarillo; 2 daughters, Amber Friemel and husband Kelby of Phoenix, AZ and Tara Eickenloff and husband Rhett of Blanco; 2 sisters, Peggy Davis and husband Tommy of San Angelo, TX and Barbara Wallace of San Antonio and 8 grandchildren, Daphne, Anthony, Cooper, Carson, Rush, Crew, Isla and Ben. He was preceded in death by his parents."

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