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Herbert Haschke Jr

Dec 09, 1938 - Oct 09, 2023

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Clifton, TX

Herbert (Herbie) P. Haschke, Jr. went to heaven October 9. 2023 following a short illness. He was born to Herbert and Olga Haschke in Houston, Texas December 9, 1938. He graduated From Lamar High School, Houston. He attended The University of Texas, receiving a BBA Degree (Accounting) and a Law Degree from The University of Texas School of Law. He practiced law with Price Waterhouse for 25 years before retiring in 1982. He had a private law practice in Tulsa where he also was extremely busy with...Read More

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Mabel Marie Redden Kemp

Oct 06, 1921 - Jan 31, 2024

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Clifton, TX

Mabel Marie Redden Kemp was born in Shive, Texas to Forrest Winston and Mary Alice Shipp Redden on October 6, 1921. She passed away on Wednesday, January 31, 2024 at the Sunset Home in Clifton at the age of 102.Mabel attended Union School and completed her 12th year at Hamilton. On January 18, 1941 she was united in marriage to Rufus Lesley Kemp in Hamilton. In 1944, R.L. joined the Navy and while stationed in California, Mabel left her two children with her parents and three sisters and hitched a ride to California in the back seat of a car caring for their baby while the baby's parents drove straight through to California. Mabel spent several months working in California and visiting with R.L. before he was shipped out. After his discharge they moved to Meridian in 1950 where R.L. worked for the Texas Highway Department for 42 years. Mabel worked at the Armour Turkey Plant in Meridian and spent a number of years working for Oldham's, William's and Hall's Dry Goods Stores in downtown Meridian. They were blessed with three children, Roger Alan, Glenda Gail and Sandra Kay and spent many fun hours watching them participate in school and sports activities.Mabel was preceded in death by her parents, husband R.L., son Roger, grandson Kyle Lesley Kemp, who passed at the age of 7, son-in-law Curtis Myrl Allen, brother and sister-in-law Joe and Kay Redden and three sisters, Mary Donelson and husband Seth, Doris Love and husband Travis and Evelyn Darling. She was the last surviving sibling in her family. She is survived by her daughters, Glenda and Sandra and daughter-in-law Cathy Kemp, six grandchildren, Brett (Kimberly) Kemp, Troy (Mara) Kemp, Brad (Jessica) Allen, Corey Allen, Chad (Allison) Smith and Kelly Smith, eleven great grandchildren, Riley Kemp, Reece Kemp, Kyle Kemp, Mason (Chelsea) Allen, Madi (Jonah) Johnson, Jaydin, Jayci and Kaylin Campbell, Hudson Smith, Claire Smith, Graham Smith, and three great-great grandchildren, Margot Johnson and Emma and Sutton Allen, brother-in-law Thomas Glenn (Kathleen) Darling, four nieces and five nephews.Mabel was one of the oldest members of First Baptist Church, joining with her family in May 1953. A loyal, devoted, and caring Mother who loved her family, loved her work and loved her God. In honor of her favorite color, the family will be wearing red.Funeral services will be Monday, February 5 at 1 pm under the direction of Lawson Funeral Home with visitation from noon to 1 pm prior to the service at First Baptist Church, 207 N Hill in Meridian. Burial will follow at the Meridian Cemetery. Pallbearers will be her grandchildren, Brett and Troy Kemp, Brad and Corey Allen and Chad and Kelly Smith.Memorials may be made to Bosque County Veterans Memorial, PO Box 19 Meridian, 76665;Meridian Cemetery Association, PO Box 205 Meridian, 76665; Meridian VFD, PO Box 722 Meridian, 76665 or charity of one's choice.Arrangements were entrusted to Lawson Funeral Home, Meridian, Texas 254-435-2792.

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Dylan Clay Atkins

Jun 05, 2007 - Feb 01, 2024

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Clifton, TX

Dylan Clay Atkins, 16, of Clifton, Texas passed away Thursday, February 1, 2024 in Clifton, Texas.Funeral services will be Saturday, February 10, 2024 at 10 A.M. at the Clifton ISD Preforming Arts Center. Dylan was born on June 5, 2007, in Rock Hill, South Carolina. He came to live with his grandparents, David Ramsey and Gayle Taylor at the age of 10. He adored them as well as they thought he hung the moon. Dylan was both proud and protective of his younger brother, Mason. The two had a typical relationship, but there was nothing that Dylan wouldn’t do for his little brother. Dylan loved his aunts, uncles, and cousins and especially loved family gatherings. He was a bright and talented student who loved to learn. His kind and caring personality was always willing to help others. He loved working at West Shore Grill and considered those he worked with as his family. Dylan had many hobbies to include, football, hiking, swimming, track, fishing, hanging out with his friends, but most of all his love was spending time with his family. Dylan was very proud to receive his letterman jacket for football recently. He was an honor student who had already received letters from colleges that were pursuing him. His excitement to share with others while looking forward to attending college and becoming successful radiated through his smile. Dylan will be deeply missed by his family and friends.Dylan is survived by his grandparents David Ramsey, Gayle Taylor, and Brenda Ramsey; siblings, Adrian Ramsey and Mason Davis; number of other relatives and many friends; and his mother Glenda Ramsey.Pallbearers will be David Ramsey Jr, Mike Krumtum, Caleb Ramsey, Jim Roden, Justin Gardner, T.J. Malott, Tristan Hammond, Jayestin Smith, Brayden Rockett.Honorary pallbearers will be his Clifton High School Graduating Class of 2025 and close friends.In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to Lawson Funeral Home for the funeral expenses.Condolences may be sent to the family at www.lawsonfuneralhome.netArrangements entrusted to Lawson Funeral Home, Meridian, Texas, 254-435-2792.

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Chadwick William Leake

Feb 02, 1977 - Feb 20, 2024

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Clifton, TX

Graveside service for Chadwick William Leake, affectionately known as Chad, will be 12 PM on Monday, February 26, 2024 at Hillcrest Cemetery in Temple, Tx with H.K. Ballard officiating.Chad was born on February 2, 1977, in Taylor, TX to Robert E. Leake, Jr and Cheryl Ann (Warner) Kubicko.Chad passed away on February 20, 2024, in Clifton, TX. Throughout his life, Chad worked in management and touched the lives of many with his leadership. Chad had a passion for speed racing and motorcycles, which brought him immense joy and fulfillment.Chad was preceded in death by his grandfather, Robert E. Leake, Sr.Chad is survived by his father, Robert E. Leake, Jr., and wife Cindy of Salado, TX; his mother, Cheryl Ann Kubicko; his son, Chadwick William Leake, Jr. of Gatesville, TX; a sister, Rosemary Stolle and husband Russell of Austin, TX; three brothers, Robert E Leake, III and wife Abby of Austin, TX, Jason Christopher Splawn and wife Stacey of Temple, TX and Michael David Splawn and wife Jenny of Salado. Additionally, his faithful Pitbull companion, Capone stood by his side through thick and thin.Visitation will be Sunday, February 25, 2024 at Crotty Funeral Home & Cremation Services in Belton from 5:00 PM to 6:45 PM.Chad will be dearly missed but never forgotten. May he rest in peace.Arrangements are entrusted to Crotty Funeral Home & Cremation Services of Belton.

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Larry Lee Kneller

Jun 19, 1936 - Feb 13, 2024

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Clifton, TX

Larry Lee Kneller, 87, passed away on Tuesday, February 13, 2024. Larry was preceded in death by his parents, his first wife, Carolyn Ann Kneller, his second wife, JoAnn Kneller, and his most recent wife, Grace Carolyn Kneller. Larry met and married Grace Carolyn on June 14, 2008, they had a wonderful life together until her death on January 14, 2024. He will be lovingly remembered by his Children, Cindy D. Archer (Gary), Linda Staley (Gary), Kirk. A. Kneller (Sue); Step-children, Diane Brown (Scott), Robert Brown (Rhonda), Debbie Krum, Mike Hackfeld (Gerri), Darrell Hackfeld, and Sherri Hennig (Gary). 10 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren. Larry was a dedicated agent with State Farm Insurance Company in Fort Wayne, Indiana for many years. He was known for his hard work and commitment to his clients. Larry also had a passion for working on his rental properties, constantly striving to improve and upgrade the houses. In his free time, Larry enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. He loved the outdoors and would often spend his summers outside Columbia City, Indiana, and his winters in New Braunfels, Texas. They eventually moved to Clifton, Texas in February 2016. Larry will be deeply missed by his children, his grandchildren, and many friends and family. He leaves behind a legacy of hard work, dedication, and a love for improving the world around him. A private memorial service will be held for Larry's family and close friends. Instead of flowers, the family kindly requests that a donation be made to a charity of your choice in Larry's memory. To to the family or in memory of Larry Kneller, please

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Bryan Aaron Sanders

Mar 28, 1975 - Jan 17, 2024

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Clifton, TX

Bryan Aaron Sanders, 48, passed away on Wednesday, January 17, 2024. Arrangements are pending at this time. Full obituary forthcoming. To to the family or in memory of Bryan Sanders, please

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Wilma Fay (Amundson) Meissner

Nov 10, 1943 - Jan 17, 2024

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Clifton, TX

Wilma Fay (Amundson) Meissner, 80, passed away on Wednesday, January 17, 2024. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 A.M. Tuesday, January 23, 2024 at Our Savior's Lutheran Church at Norse. Burial will follow at Rock Church Cemetery. Visitation will be held one hour prior to the service at the church From 10:00-11:00 A.M. Full obituary forthcoming. To to the family or in memory of Wilma (Amundson) Meissner, please

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Grace Carolyn (Crouch) Hackfeld Kneller

Sep 09, 1935 - Jan 14, 2024

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Clifton, TX

Surrounded by a loving family, Grace Carolyn (Crouch) Hackfeld Kneller, age 88, of Clifton, Texas went to be with the Lord on His day, Sunday, January 14, 2024. Carolyn was born in Waco, Texas on September 9, 1935 to LoVella (Baker) Crouch and Earl Crouch. She attended McGregor High School where she not only graduated Class of 1954 but met the first love of her life, Milford Charles Hackfeld. They married on April 21, 1955 and lived in the McGregor area where they raised three beautiful children and attended Zion Lutheran Church. Carolyn not only worked full-time for Central Freight Lines in Waco, Texas, and later Naler Insurance Agency in McGregor, Texas but was a loving Mom who was actively involved in her children’s lives. From baking delicious desserts, throwing creative birthday parties, serving as Cub Scout Mom, shuttling her kids around to all their activities, and attending all of their sporting/club events, Carolyn’s love of family never wavered. Although Carolyn was a proud, native Texan, she did enjoy summer vacations to the beautiful mountains of Colorado. Summer of 1984, Carolyn and Milford moved to Big Spring, Texas to manage the Central Freight Lines terminal until they retired in 1992 to full-time RVing. After the death of her husband Milford in 1999, Carolyn met and married Larry Kneller on June 14, 2008. They shared a wonderful life together living in New Braunfels, Texas during the winter months and outside Columbia City, Indiana during the summer months. They eventually moved to Clifton, Texas in February 2016. Carolyn was preceded in death by her first husband Milford Hackfeld, her loving parents LoVella and Earl Crouch, and her sister Sally (Crouch) Elmore. She is survived by her second husband Larry Kneller, son Mike Hackfeld and wife Gerri, son Darrell Hackfeld and girlfriend Robbie Grass, daughter Sherri (Hackfeld) Hennig and husband Gary, step-children - Cindy Archer, Linda Staley, Kirk Kneller, Dian Brown, Debbie Crum and Bobbie Brown, sister Peggy Lehrmann, grandkids - Stephanie (Hackfeld) Polasek and husband Bradley, Kaci (Hackfeld) Luedke and husband Ron, Meagan (Hackfeld) Semora and husband Willie, Dane Hackfeld, Jacob Hackfeld, and wife Noelle, Ethan Hackfeld, Brad Hennig and wife Samantha (Sam), Shane Hennig and wife Christine and Shelby Hennig and wife Jenna, ten great grandkids with another one due in June, several nieces and nephews, and several wonderful friends. While Carolyn’s family grieves her loss, they are choosing to remember her in a way that honors her spirit. In the Spring when flowers are blooming and hummingbirds are flying, they will host a Celebration of Life Ceremony. To to the family or in memory of Carolyn (Crouch) Kneller, please

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Paul Thompson Mangum

Mar 24, 1944 - Jan 11, 2024

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Clifton, TX

Paul Thompson Mangum, (79), of Clifton, Texas, passed away peacefully on January 11, 2024. Paul was born to Granville and Irene Mangum, on March 24, 1944, in Clifton, Texas. He was a two-time resident of Clifton, growing up and later returning in retirement. Growing up in Clifton, Paul was involved in Cub Scouts, singing in the church and school choir, and playing clarinet in band. In high school, he participated in sports, lettering in basketball and football. Paul was Valedictorian of his eighth-grade class and Salutatorian of his 1962 senior class. In 1966, Paul graduated with high honors from Arlington State College (now known as the University of Texas at Arlington), with a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics. Paul married Sherryl “Sherrie” Blewett on January 23, 1966. The two were each other’s lifelong companions and friends. They were blessed with three children, Jennifer, Chris, and Heather, and six grandchildren, Emma, Kenneth, Andrew, Matthew, Olivea, and Marie. Paul worked as a software engineer for several companies throughout his career, most notably as Group Leader of the Guidance and Control Simulation Group for TRW Systems in Houston, Texas, contributing to the success of the Apollo 11 moon flight. He later moved to Lewisville, Texas where he was employed at Xerox Corporation, and then worked at the White House as part of the Communications and Defense Group at the Boeing Company, where he retired after 30 years of service. After retiring to Clifton, Paul contributed his time to the Planning and Zoning Commission as Vice Chair and Chairman from 2009 – 2011. In his youth, Paul was an active member of the First Presbyterian Church in Clifton, Texas, in his later years, he served as a Session Elder. Paul enjoyed spending retirement playing with his grandchildren, improving his home with Sherrie, and researching investments. His favorite pastime was relaxing in front of the TV. Paul was loved by many and will be missed by even more. The family is planning a private service. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to the First Presbyterian Church Clifton, Texas or plant a tree in memory / honor of Paul Mangum. To to the family or in memory of Paul Mangum, please

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Mary Lou Crawford

Dec 17, 1928 - Jan 13, 2024

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Clifton, TX

Mary Lou (Remington) Crawford, 95, passed away on January 13, 2024. She was born on December 17, 1928. Visitation will be held from 12:30-1:30 P.M. Thursday, January 18, 2024 at Clifton Funeral Home. Graveside services will follow the visitation at 2 p.m. Thursday, January 18, 2024, at Clifton Memorial Park. Mary Lou was married to the love of her life, Ted Franklin (T.F.) Crawford on June 1, 1947. The couple celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary before T.F.’s passing in 2012. Mary Lou was preceded in death by her parents Emma Belle (Frazier) and Carl F. Remington as well as her sister Vera Turner and brother Carl Remington Jr. Surviving family includes two daughters Kathie Lynn (Chuck) Mapes of Dallas and Ginger Ann (Steve) Harrison of Gulf Shores, Alabama. Grandchildren are Heather Glenn Duke (Devon), Ryan Glenn, Ted Crowder (Lindsey), Justin Mapes (Monica) and Kyle Mapes (Laura) as well as ten great-grandchildren. Mary Lou was a life-long resident of Clifton. She graduated from Clifton High School and attended Clifton College. Mary Lou and T.F. were faithful members of the First Baptist Church of Clifton for over 60 years and were involved in many charitable and community organizations. After T.F. retired as Regional Division Manager of Texas-New Mexico Power in 1992, Mary Lou and T.F. enjoyed traveling all over the world. Mary Lou worked for Clifton Bank and Goodall Witcher Hospital and Clinic. She loved to go to Las Vegas and the horse races. She enjoyed playing bridge with friends and the annual dove hunts. She will always be remembered for her grace, style and beauty. She had a wonderful laugh and smile that would light up a room. To to the family or in memory of Mary Lou Crawford, please

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Don Ellison Cox

Jun 15, 1941 - Jan 12, 2024

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Clifton, TX

Don Ellison Cox of Clifton passed away peacefully at his home on January 12, 2024. Graveside services will be held at 2:00 P.M. Saturday, January 20, 2024 at Trinity Lutheran Cemetery. Visitation will be held from 12:30-1:30 P.M. Saturday, January 20, 2024 at Clifton Funeral Home. Don served in the U.S. Army from 1958-1978 and served in the Vietnam War as a tank driver in the HHB 1st Battalion 66th Armor 2nd Armored Division. He received the National Defense Service Medal; Vietnam Service Medal with two bronze service stars; Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal; Good Conduct Medal Clasp; and Bronze five loops. He was also a member of the Masons. He married Butonne (Newsome) Cox on October 28, 1972 in Waco, TX. They were avid motorcyclists and members of the HOT Road Runners Motorcycle Club for several decades. He enjoyed watching Westerns and the Dallas Cowboys. He was preceded in death by his wife; son, Mike Cox; father, Carroll “Jack” Cox; stepmother, Katherine Cox; and biological mother, Christine (Finstad) Cox. He is survived by his sister, Carol Dickerson of Temple, TX; grandson, Scott Michael Cox; several nieces, multiple cousins, and numerous friends. To to the family or in memory of Don Cox, please

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