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Rodgel Hudgins

Feb 17, 1927 - Nov 20, 2023

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Marshall , TX

Funeral Services for Rodgel Hudgins will be held 10:00 AM Tuesday, November 28th, 2023 in the Little Chapel in Algoma Cemetery.

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Connie Kathleen Morgan

Jul 28, 1924 - Feb 16, 2024

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Marshall , TX

Connie Kathleen Morgan was born in Webb City, Oklahoma, July 28, 1924 and passed peacefully into the arms of Jesus, February 16, 2024. Connie was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Virgil "Doc" Morgan; sons Bruce and Robert Morgan; and brother John. She is survived by her daughter, Sharon Morgan Powell, and son Keith Morgan (Debbie); sister, Roberta; 6 grandchildren and numerous great grandchildren, great-great grandchildren, nieces and nephews. The family would like to offer a heartfelt thanks to special friend, Robert Woods, and to Accent Hospice for the support and help they have offered through the years. Per Connie's wishes, there will be no service.

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Rilla Mae Shepard Woodruff

Jun 01, 1932 - Feb 16, 2024

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Marshall, TX

Beloved mother, Rilla Mae Shepard Woodruff, affectionately known as Mawmaw Rilla passed away peacefully on February 16, 2024, in Marshall, Texas, after a brave battle with Covid Pneumonia. Born on June 1, 1932, in Ore City, Texas she grew to become a pillar of strength and love in her community. Rilla's early years in Ore City were the foundation of a life marked by resilience and determination. Her pursuit of education led her to earn her GED in Marshall, Texas. She was employed at Joe Weisman and Co., an Insurance Agency, and A.W. Dunn Transfer and Storage. A natural leader, Rilla shone brightly as the President of the American Business Women's Association, where she championed the advancement of women in business. Her community involvement extended to being an active member of the Marshall Elks Lodge where she was selected as the first Sweetheart of the Elks Lodge and a member of T&P Family Ties, where she formed lasting friendships and contributed generously to the lives of those around her. Rilla was a devoted member of Eastern Hills Church of Christ in Marshall, Texas. Rilla's personal life was rich with interests and hobbies that spoke of her zest for life and her nurturing spirit. Sewing, shopping, and sitting on her front porch visiting with neighbors were activities that brought her immense joy. She was often described as the biggest cheerleader for her children and grandchildren, a testament to her loving and supportive nature. Her laughter was a frequent companion while watching her favorite shows, "The Golden Girls" and "Wheel of Fortune," and her kitchen was renowned for the world-famous chicken and dumplings that brought comfort to many souls. Rilla's delight in flea markets, picking flowers and berries, and tending to her garden with Louis reflected her appreciation for life's simple pleasures. Her fondness for Dr. Pepper and Oatmeal Crème Pies became a sweet signature of her personality. Rilla is preceded in death by her beloved husband, Louis Reed Woodruff; her parents, Arvel Preston Shepard Sr. and Aurie Lee Perkins Shepard Worden; siblings, Bertha Brown; Wilma Caraway; Mary Morgan and Jerry Shepard. Also preceded in death by several nieces and nephews. Her legacy of love and warmth lives on through her children, Wayne Woodruff and wife, Debbie; Randy Woodruff; Teresa McGuire and husband, Jay; and Rhonda Morris and husband, Tommy. Nine grandchildren who were the light of her life, Michael Woodruff and wife, Heidi; J'Cee Carothers and husband, Jeff; Scott Woodruff and wife, Tara; Andy and Johnny Woodruff; Jason and Jeff McGuire; Holly Cotton and husband, Keith; Christopher Morris and wife, Brittany. Seventeen great grandchildren that will cherish her memory, Lexie Berryhill and husband, Eric; Jake Woodruff; Addison, Cash, and Carly Carothers; Emma, Ella, and Reed Woodruff; Mackenzie, Kyndall and Kameron McGuire; Kylie, Natalee and Laney Cotton; Sadie and Shane Morris. Rilla's joy was further multiplied with the arrival of her two great-great-grandchildren, Ellie and Cooper Berryhill. She is also survived by her brother, Arvel Preston Shepard, Jr. and his wife, Louise; her first cousin, Margie Hendry; and numerous nieces and nephews who were all touched by her caring and friendly nature. Rilla always said she believed she was related to Queen Elizabeth so "Long Live the Queen." A Life Celebration® funeral service for Rilla Mae Woodruff, will be held at 2:00 PM Tuesday, February 20, 2024 in The Chapel of The Cammack Family Sullivan Funeral Home.

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Alexis Ann Drumgoole Suggs

Aug 19, 1947 - Feb 11, 2024

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Marshall, TX

Alexis Ann Drumgoole Suggs, a beloved daughter, sister, wife, and cherished member of her community, peacefully passed away on February 11, 2024, at the age of 76. Her life was a testament to love, faith, and resilience, and her memory will forever be cherished by those who had the privilege of knowing her. Born on August 19, 1947, in Jefferson, Marion County, Texas, Alexis was the daughter of William Adell Drumgoole, Sr. and Ire Lee Sentell Drumgoole. She grew up in a close-knit family, surrounded by love and guided by strong values instilled by her parents. Alexis attended Central High School in Jefferson, Texas, where she graduated with the Class of 1965. She continued her academic pursuits at Huston-Tillotson College in Austin, Texas, where she earned her undergraduate degree as part of the Class of 1969. Alexis joined Nu Omega Chapter, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. in 2017 having already achieved Sliver Star and Life Member status. Her commitment to education and personal growth laid the foundation for a successful and fulfilling professional career. Throughout her professional journey, Alexis served as a Lab Analyst and Supervisor at Reynolds Aluminum Company in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. Her dedication, expertise, and leadership left an indelible mark on her colleagues and the industry as a whole. In matters of faith, Alexis embarked on a profound Christian journey, beginning at Pine Grove Baptist Church in Jefferson, Texas, and later becoming a member of First Baptist Church in Tuscumbia, Alabama, before finding her spiritual home at Bethesda Baptist Church in Marshall, Texas. Her faith was a guiding light in her life, providing comfort, strength, and purpose. Alexis was united in marriage to the late George H. Suggs, sharing a bond of love and companionship that transcended time and space. Together, they navigated life's joys and challenges with unwavering devotion and mutual respect. A woman of many interests and talents, Alexis found joy in cooking delicious meals, exploring new destinations through travel, and indulging in the simple pleasure of shopping. Her zest for life and adventurous spirit enriched the lives of all who knew her. Alexis was preceded in death by her parents, William Adell Drumgoole, Sr. and Ire Lee Sentell Drumgoole, her beloved husband George H. Suggs, and one brother. She is survived by her siblings, William A. (Gwendolyn) Drumgoole, Jr., Emmitt E. (Stephanie) Drumgoole, Sr., Edward L. (Wanda) Drumgoole, and Della (Gerald) Ray. Additionally, she is survived by three aunts, numerous cousins, nieces, nephews, a host of other relatives and friends. Though she may be gone from our sight, Alexis will forever remain alive in our hearts, remembered for her warmth, generosity, and unwavering love. Her spirit will continue to inspire and guide us through life's journey.

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Alexis Ann Drumgoole Suggs

Aug 19, 1947 - Feb 11, 2024

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Marshall, TX

Alexis Ann Drumgoole Suggs, a beloved daughter, sister, wife, and cherished member of her community, peacefully passed away on February 11, 2024, at the age of 76. Her life was a testament to love, faith, and resilience, and her memory will forever be cherished by those who had the privilege of knowing her. Born on August 19, 1947, in Jefferson, Marion County, Texas, Alexis was the daughter of William Adell Drumgoole, Sr. and Ire Lee Sentell Drumgoole. She grew up in a close-knit family, surrounded by love and guided by strong values instilled by her parents. Alexis attended Central High School in Jefferson, Texas, where she graduated with the Class of 1965. She continued her academic pursuits at Huston-Tillotson College in Austin, Texas, where she earned her undergraduate degree as part of the Class of 1969. Alexis joined Nu Omega Chapter, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. in 2017 having already achieved Sliver Star and Life Member status. Her commitment to education and personal growth laid the foundation for a successful and fulfilling professional career. Throughout her professional journey, Alexis served as a Lab Analyst and Supervisor at Reynolds Aluminum Company in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. Her dedication, expertise, and leadership left an indelible mark on her colleagues and the industry as a whole. In matters of faith, Alexis embarked on a profound Christian journey, beginning at Pine Grove Baptist Church in Jefferson, Texas, and later becoming a member of First Baptist Church in Tuscumbia, Alabama, before finding her spiritual home at Bethesda Baptist Church in Marshall, Texas. Her faith was a guiding light in her life, providing comfort, strength, and purpose. Alexis was united in marriage to the late George H. Suggs, sharing a bond of love and companionship that transcended time and space. Together, they navigated life's joys and challenges with unwavering devotion and mutual respect. A woman of many interests and talents, Alexis found joy in cooking delicious meals, exploring new destinations through travel, and indulging in the simple pleasure of shopping. Her zest for life and adventurous spirit enriched the lives of all who knew her. Alexis was preceded in death by her parents, William Adell Drumgoole, Sr. and Ire Lee Sentell Drumgoole, her beloved husband George H. Suggs, and one brother. She is survived by her siblings, William A. (Gwendolyn) Drumgoole, Jr., Emmitt E. (Stephanie) Drumgoole, Sr., Edward L. (Wanda) Drumgoole, and Della (Gerald) Ray. Additionally, she is survived by three aunts, numerous cousins, nieces, nephews, a host of other relatives and friends. Though she may be gone from our sight, Alexis will forever remain alive in our hearts, remembered for her warmth, generosity, and unwavering love. Her spirit will continue to inspire and guide us through life's journey.

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Pearline Irving

Jan 29, 1930 - Feb 09, 2024

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Marshall, TX

On February 9, 2024, the Spirit of God descended from Heaven and rested on Pearline “Ray” Irving as He said, “well done thou good and faithful Servant, thou have been faithful of a few things,” enter thou into the Joy of the Lord.Pearline “Ray” Irving was born to the parentage of Mr. Henry Phillips and Mrs. Emma Franklin Phillips on January 29, 1930, in Marshall, Texas. Both parents preceded her in death at an early age. Pearline accepted Christ in her life and became a member of Longridge C.M.E. Methodist Church. She attended Marshall I.S.D.Pearline’s goal was to have her own restaurant and she accomplished that goal when she opened Ray’s Fine Food servicing the people and the Wiley College Basketball Team for many years. She loved to sew and had approximately 200 quilts. Some of her hand sewn quilts are currently being enjoyed and displayed throughout the U.S.She was preceded in death by her parents, Henry and Emma Phillips and her two sons, Frankie Joe Boyd and Johnny Roy Irving.She leaves to cherish her memory, a devoted son, Bill A. Boyd (Monica); three grandchildren, Shandon Boyd (Kim), Shawanda Hicks and Frankazia Boyd; one nephew, Curtis Phillips (Lovie) and one niece, Susie Jennings along with other family and friends.Services will be held at 11:00 a.m., Monday, February 19, 2024, in the Chapel of Downs Funeral Home. Interment will follow at Rose Hill Cemetery in Marshall, Texas.To send a flower arrangement or to plant trees in memory of Pearline Irving, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Lisa Taylor

Jul 07, 1966 - Feb 12, 2024

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Marshall , TX

The family will receive friends for a time of visitation Sunday, February 18th, 2024 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM A Life Celebration service will be held 2:00 PM Monday, February 19th, 2024 A full obituary will be published upon receipt from the family.

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Joan Ayanna Garcia Lewis

Oct 13, 1964 - Feb 13, 2024

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Marshall, TX

Funeral Service for Joan Ayanna Garcia Lewis Saturday, February 17, 2024 1:00 PM Texas and Louisiana Association Building 2907 Karnack Highway Marshall, Texas 75670 Visitation Friday, February 16, 2024 6:00 PM-8:00 PM Black's Family Center 2308 S. Washington Marshall, Texas 75672 Interment McJohnson Cemetery Marshall, Texas

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Morgan Muse Sr.

Apr 29, 1944 - Feb 11, 2024

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Marshall , TX

Visitation will be held on Friday, February 16, 2024 from 5:00 P.M. till 7:00 P.M. at The Cammack Family Sullivan Funeral Home in Marshall, Texas. A private family service will be held at a later date.

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Melviena Eloise Muse

Oct 08, 1944 - Feb 08, 2024

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Marshall, TX

Melviena Eloise Muse, age 79, passed away in Marshall, TX on Thursday, February 8, 2024. She was born on October 8, 1944 in Tennessee. A private graveside service will be held at a later date. Full obituary to follow.

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Booker T. Washington

Jan 01, 1856 - Nov 14, 1915

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Marshall, TX

Memorial services honoring the life of Mr. Booker T. Washington, a beloved father, brother and friend will be held on February 16, 2024 in California. Call this number (310) 748-3455 for the time and place of service.

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