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Johnny Cook

Jul 03, 1963 - Dec 06, 2023

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Amarillo, TX

Johnny R. Cook, 60, of Amarillo, passed peacefully on December 6, 2023. Service and obituary details will be made available as they are ready.

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Donnie Sue Griffin

May 09, 1936 - Feb 23, 2024

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Amarillo, TX

Donnie Sue Griffin, age 87, of Amarillo, Texas passed away on Friday, February 23, 2024. Donnie was born in Finley.

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Helen Margaret Wisdom

Oct 20, 1926 - Feb 22, 2024

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Amarillo, TX

Helen Margaret (Judd) Wisdom, 97, of Amarillo peacefully passed from this life on February 22, 2024. The family will receive guests at Schooler Funeral Home, 4100 S Georgia on Sunday February 25th from 4-6pm. Funeral Services will be held at Hillside Christian Church Chapel, 6100 S. Soncy on Monday February 26th at 2pm, with Bill Miller, Mrs Wisdom's son in law, and Rev. Chris Condit co-presiding. Interment will follow in Llano Cemetery. Helen was born on October 20th, 1926 in Wellington, TX. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and a faithful Christian. She was number 12th of 17 children. She attended Samnorwood School and graduated from Wellington High School in 1943. She went on to marry (57 years) the love of her life, Claude Emmett Wisdom on August 12th, 1944 and cared for him until his last breath. They began to grow their family having 6 children. Their home was always open to all the family and friends that wanted to come over. They were always welcomed with open arms and a meal. She lived such a full life living to this age that she was able to see her children grow, her grand children, her great grand children and her great great grand children. She is survived by her daughter Elaine Loukas and husband Alek of Amarillo, her daughter in law Darla Wisdom of Grand Prairie, her daughter DeAnna Ashton and husband Glen of Amarillo, her daughter Brenda Melvyn and husband Joe of Amarillo, her daughter Carol Miller and husband Bill of Olathe KS, her daughter Tina Stephens Brofft and husband Richard of Amarillo along with 13 grand children, 20 great grand children, and 8 great great grand children. Plus numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband Claude Emmett Wisdom, son Danny Claude Wisdom, son in law David Keith Griffin, grandson Jeremy Joe Melvyn, and all of her 16 siblings. A very special and heartfelt thank you to BSA Hospital and staff. Also ACSC of Amarillo for loving her the last 9 years.

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Michael "Rabbit" Butler

Jan 16, 1951 - Feb 16, 2024

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Amarillo, TX

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Cory Alan Lehman

Mar 28, 1975 - Feb 14, 2024

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null, TX

Cory Alan Lehman was born on March 28, 1975, in Plainview Texas. He was second born to Ray and Betty Lehman. Cory passed away on February 14, 2024. He was preceded in death by his father. Cory lived life large and always seemed to be the center of attention. He enjoyed outdoor activities including fishing, camping, gardening and probably his favorite was smoking briskets and other meats. Cory adored his family and friends. The last couple of years were difficult as he suffered from heart and Long-Covid related issues. He has two sons, a daughter and two granddaughters left here on earth to help carry on his legacy.

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Chanel Dewey-Ann Haley

Apr 25, 1970 - Feb 21, 2024

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Amarillo, TX

Chanel Dewey-Ann Haley, 53, of Claude, TX, passed away on February 21, 2024, in Amarillo surrounded by her loved ones. Chan's journey began on April 25, 1970, in Canyon, TX, where she entered the world as a cherished daughter to Don Spearman and Kathy Whipple. She grew up to be a proud graduate of Hereford High School, and continued to pursue higher education. Chan attained her Masters in Education with a specialization in diagnostics from WTAMU, marking the beginning of a dedicated career that spanned over two decades. Chan went through many titles in her life, first a daughter, then sister followed by becoming a mother at the age of 22 to Devin Haney. She met the love of her life and married Terry Haley at the age of 33. Their marriage brought a new son by the name of Cutter Haley into this world. Of all the titles that she had the most cherished was when she took on her own great grandmother’s title of Mimi for her granddaughter Elizabeth Haney. Chan was proceeded in death by her mother, Kathy Whipple, and stepfather, Dallas Whipple. She is survived by her father, Don Spearman and partner, Leslie Clark of Carlsbad, New Mexico. Husband Terry Haley of Claude, and two sons Devin Haney and wife Chelsie of Amarillo, Cutter Haley of Claude, “The Favorite” grandchild, Elizabeth Haney. Two Sisters, Deidra Reese and Randy of Canyon, Texas, Erin Hubbard of Hereford, Texas, Two brothers, Cole Whipple of Amarillo, Texas and Duston Spearman of Artesia, New Mexico. Niece Allison Hubbard of Hereford, TX, Nephew Landon Reese of Canyon, and Niece Emily Whipple of Amarillo.

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Cory Alan Lehman

Mar 28, 1975 - Feb 14, 2024

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null, TX

Cory Alan Lehman was born on March 28, 1975, in Plainview Texas. He was second born to Ray and Betty Lehman. Cory passed away on February 14, 2024. He was preceded in death by his father. Cory lived life large and always seemed to be the center of attention. He enjoyed outdoor activities including fishing, camping, gardening and probably his favorite was smoking briskets and other meats. Cory adored his family and friends. The last couple of years were difficult as he suffered from heart and Long-Covid related issues. He has two sons, a daughter and two granddaughters left here on earth to help carry on his legacy.

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Doug Armstrong

Sep 29, 1931 - Feb 21, 2024

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Amarillo, TX

Doug Armstrong, beloved husband, father, and friend, passed away peacefully on February 21, 2024 at the age of 92. He will be deeply missed by his family, friends, and all who knew him. Born on September 29, 1931 in Olden, Texas. Doug worked for El Paso natural gas for over 50 years before retiring and moving to Amarillo, Texas. Doug was determined to build a life that provided a strong foundation for his family for generations to come. He lived a life filled with love, laughter, and compassion. He touched the lives of many with his kindness, generosity, and unwavering spirt. Doug was a dedicated family man and a pillar of his community. He was known for his tireless work ethic, his passion for helping others, and his intense love of his family. Whether he was spending time with his family or sharing stories with friends, Doug always brought warmth and joy through his ornery sense of humor. Of the many memories, here a few we have kept close. Whether being asked "is that your dog behind you?" to being the go-to man to ease the fear of things like pulling teeth, he was a comfort to many. He was always full of sage life lessons like the three things in life to most look out for; rattlesnakes, electricity and married women. Every family meal, you couldn't sit at the table without "did you wash your hands Roger?" His most recent favorite he could be quoted as saying was, "growing old is not for sissy's." One of Dorothy's most fond memories is a day that "her cup runneth over." It was the day Doug and their two children shared in being baptized on the same day. Doug lived and loved life to the fullest and left us with many many memories we will cherish for a lifetime. Doug is survived by his loving wife, Dorothy armstrong; his children, Alan Armstrong and wife, Debbie of Amarillo, and Becky Hunnicutt and husband, Ken of Tyler; his grandchildren, Crystal Pryer and husband, Jeremy of Amarillo, Keri McDonald and husband, Tim of Tyler, April Reep and husband, Jerod of McKinney, Ryan Hunnicutt of Tyler, and Adam Armstrong and wife, Amanda of Amarillo; and 12 great-grandchildren who will continue to cherish his memory and legacy. A celebration of life will be held on February 23, 2024 at Trinity Baptist Church at 1pm. In Lieu of flowers, family has requested donations be made to Trinity Baptist Church in memory of Doug Armstrong. "If we lie, we live for the Lord; and if we die, we die for the Lord. So, whether we live or die, we belong to the Lord." Romans 14:8

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James Alan Cunningham

Jul 17, 1959 - Feb 20, 2024

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Amarillo, TX

James Cunningham, 59 year old Perryton resident, passed away Tuesday, February 20, 2024 in Amarillo, Texas. Graveside funeral services will be held at 2:00 pm Tuesday, February 27, 2024 in the Elmwood Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of the Billings Funeral Home. James Alan Cunningham was born July 17, 1959 to Jim and Patricia "Betty" Mae (Long) Cunningham in Flint, Michigan. James grew up in Turkey, Texas but spent most of his life in Perryton. James worked as a rough neck in the oilfield for many years. James enjoyed listening to country music, hanging out with his family and friends and playing a game of darts. He loved going on road trips with his best friend Ben. James is survived by three brothers, Jack Cunningham, Jimmy Cunningham and Dennis Cunningham; three sisters, Sherry Gipson and husband Wayne, Cindy Brook and Linda Cunningham; nephew, Brandon; seven nieces, April, Lori, Andrea, Samantha, Amanda, Ashley and Kynzee; great nieces and nephews, Branon, Natalie, Dakota, Cheyenne, Kaydee, Zbo, Hazelynn, Alyana, Lina, Ava, Amare, McKinze, Charles, Jonha, Jr, Dominique and Lindsey.He was preceded in death by his parents Jim and Betty Cunningham.

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Sandra Arline Foust

Oct 09, 1941 - Feb 20, 2024

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Amarillo, TX

Sandra Arline Foust, 82, died peacefully on February 20 in Amarillo, Texas. She was born October 9, 1941, in Borger, Texas, to Cecil and Cletta Bowling. Sandra is survived by her four children, Shanna Peeples, Rondi Foust, Colin Foust, and Melanie Waren, and her brother, Ronald Bowling; nine grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her father, her stepfather, Mooney Stall, her mother, and her brother, Kerry Bowling. Sandra was a woman of passionate interests. She worked in different fields, but her mission as a devoted wound care specialist and physical therapy assistant was helping others heal. For over two decades, Sandra gave exceptional care to Northwest Texas Healthcare System patients. She was direct, caring, and supportive, and helped many people recover and improve their lives. She had a gift for connecting with her patients and followed her mother's legacy as a healer. As a young mother, she took her toddlers onboard the small Cessna; she flew to Oklahoma City as one of the first female private pilots in Hutchinson County. On the ground, she began collecting antiques at a time when everyone wanted advanced technology and studied the past when everyone was wild about the future. To her last days, she continued her study of archeology, geology, and the Southwest's indigenous history. A lifelong resident of the Texas Panhandle, she delighted in patient exploration of its landscape for the particular curve of a piece of flint or the shards of ancient pottery. She rescued battered relics from forgotten junkyards - bringing old toys, vintage signs, and other long-lost odds and ends to prominence in her home.

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Joseph Wayne Potts

Jan 03, 1970 - Feb 21, 2024

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Amarillo, TX

Joseph Wayne “Joe” Potts, 54, of Borger, Texas passed away February 21, 2024 in Amarillo, Texas. His Memorial Service is scheduled for 10:00 a.m. Saturday, February 24, 2024 at Eternal Light Church in Borger. Arrangements are under the direction of Burgin Funeral Home in Borger. Joe was born in Borger on January 3, 1970 to Jody and Vickie Potts, and was a lifetime resident. He graduated from Borger High School in 1988 and worked at Phillips Petroleum for more than 30 years. He loved spending time with his family and friends. His favorite activities were hunting and riding four-wheelers with his Dad in Colorado; and attending concerts, sporting events and nascar races with his family and friends. He loved his Mom’s home-cooked meals and looked forward to their weekly family dinners. Anyone who knew Joe, knew his favorite holiday was the Fourth of July. He would show up with a truckload of the biggest and most expensive fireworks to share with everyone. He wanted to make sure everyone had a good time. Joe was known for his generosity and giving heart. He would help anyone who was in need without hesitation. He loved giving to his nieces and nephews. They knew they could expect an envelope on every Christmas and birthday from “Uncle Joe.” No matter what his circumstances were, he made this a non-negotiable priority. Left behind to cherish his memory are his parents, Jody and Vickie Potts; sister Dana Burgin and her husband, Lee; sister Becky Starnes and her husband, Earl; nieces, Kaylee, Kaci, Kinley, Kurrie, Jaelyn, Brinlee, and Maci; nephews, Ryan and Kolter; many great-nieces and nephews; along with numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

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