Jul 24, 1932 - May 28, 2023
Conrad "Connie" W. Winborn Jr.
Aug 19, 1930 - Feb 18, 2024
"Memorial services will be 11 am Saturday, February 24, 2024 at the First United Methodist Church. Visitation with the family will be in the Cook Foyer of the church following the service. Private family burial will be at Rosewood Park."
Karren Renea Vanhoose Latham
Aug 06, 1961 - Feb 14, 2024
"Karren Renea Vanhoose Latham, born on August 6, 1961, to parents Kenneth Vanhoose and Judith Hilton Vanhoose Rose. Karren finished her earthly journey during a peaceful sleep at her home on February 14, 2024. In earlier years, her home was open to any friend or family member that needed a warm bed or a hot meal. For years, the home she kept was where weekend and holiday gatherings occurred. There were countless occasions with every bed and every sofa was filled; the living room floor filled with sleeping bags and pallets of blankets and pillows. She made room for all. And all the children! Through the years of baby sitting and taking in friends in need, she was “Aunt Karren: to all of them. Summertime yielded a yard full of kids or a pick-up truck full of them headed to the lake for fun. They were all her children in her heart. Even now, all grown up, they still are. In more recent years, life was more settled and calm. Karren preferred to stay home mostly with her husband and her mother. They attended church services as often as health would allow. Doctor appointments, and grocery runs proved to be enough for the sake of an outing. Karren was always content to just be at home. Maybe that is how she became “home” to so many. And now she is finally at her eternal home with our Lord. To cherish fond memories, she leaves her husband Ronnie Latham; two step-children Denise Taylor and Christopher Latham; granddaughter Danielle Taylor; her mother Judith Rose; Father and step-mother Kenneth and Eunice Vanhoose; siblings Shannon Vanhoose and Sheila Palmer, Regina and Collin Harris, Shelia Griffin, Alvin Mobley, Carlon and Clyde O’Neal, and James Russ. Her mother-in-law, Linda Williams; brother-in-law Joey and Angie Latham and Willie Williams; sister-in law Windy Fischer; nephews Russell Fletcher, Phillip and Brandi Allen, Kinney Harris, Shane Holt and Dustin O’Neal; nieces Andria Hathaway and Christian Tosh, Sara Vanhoose, Meghan Harris and Stacy and Brad Isbell, Ruth O’Neal. Two very close cousins Brenda Morgan and Winona “Sissy” Allen; as well as many more relatives and friends."
Jimmy Art Cardwell
Mar 28, 1935 - Feb 13, 2024
"Jimmy Cardwell passed away peacefully on February 13, 2024, surrounded by his family. Jimmy Art Cardwell was born on March 28, 1935, in Peacock, Texas. He was born to Lorene Copeland Wallis and Artie Lee Cardwell. He married his high school sweetheart, Bertha Modrall on May 25, 1953. After a short career with the railroad, he found his passion in the oilfield industry. JImmy began his 29 year career with Dowell as a equipment operator in 1962.During his 29 years he continued to advance into management ending his career as the manager for the ARK-LA-TEX district in 1991. Through the years the Cardwell family developed a love of camping together during vacations and holidays. This led to Jim and Bertha\u0027s exploration of the states in their motor home during their retirement years . Jimmy loved to work with his hands and created many treasures for his family and friends in his wood shop. He also enjoyed spending time with his grand and great grandchildren. Jimmy leaves behind his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren to cherish his memory. He is survived by his daughter Becky Marino Falgout and husband Louis, son JD Cardwell and wife Debbie. His grandchildren Travis and Alicia Cardwell; Jason and Nicole Cardwell; Trent and Sarah Marino; Morgan and Johnny Bebeau; Brittany and Jason Kelly; and Tyler Cardwell, HIs great grandchildren Caraline, Brayton, Caleb, Adelyn, , Samuel, Ellee and his sister-in-law Winona Thompson. He is preceded in death by his wife Bertha Cardwell and son Bryant Cardwell. Services will be held in the Chapel of Rader Funeral Home on Saturday, February 24, 2024 at Noon. The family will receive friends at the funeral from 11:20 to noon prior to the service. In lieu of flowers the family would appreciate a donation to your favorite charity of the East Texas Alzheimer\u0027s Association."
Guella Murphy Casey
Jun 15, 1918 - Feb 10, 2024
"Guella Murphy Casey was born on June 15, 1918 and passed away on February 10, 2024. A private graveside service for Mrs. Casey will be held at McDonald Cemetery in New Summerfield, TX."
Lina Jo Lippe Owen
Feb 21, 1930 - Feb 06, 2024
Lina Jo Lippe Owen was born on February 21st, 1930 and went to the Lord on February 6th, 2024. She was predeceased by her husband, Raymond Leonard Owen, sons: Mark Thomas Owen and Craig Lippe Owen, grandsons: Henry Alexander Owen and Christian Duvall Owen, parents: Ola (Kelly) and Raymond Wills Lippe. She is survived by sons, Randall Ray Owen, Steven Kirk Owen and wife: Kelly Carlisle Owen, daughter-in-law: Jami Huber Owen, grandchildren: Amanda Lippe Owen, Kaitlin Jewel Owen, Aurora Katherine Elizabeth and her husband: Clayton Carter, Cashford Edward Owen and his wife: Kathryn Brkovich Owen and Gavin Thomas Owen as well as great grandchildren: Sophia Grace Owen and Shepherd Mark Owen. There are many second cousins, nieces and nephews and longtime friends who mourn her passing as well. Mom was always the life of the party striving to make sure everyone had everything they needed and more. She was a strong, kind and loving wife, daughter, mother and grandmother. She admirably raised four busy boys who were constantly into everything and still somehow maintained her sanity.Mom enjoyed antiquing. She and Raymond were some of the first Coca-Cola collectors and amassed a sizable collection. They traveled around the country participating in numerous antique shows. She helped run Cashford’s, a downtown antique store. Lina loved the theater and participated in many plays in her younger years.She also enjoyed gardening, sewing, refinishing furniture and playing bridge. Every Christmas she would read “The Littlest Angel” out loud to all in attendance. She will be missed…until we meet again sweet and loving Mom! John 14:1-4 “Do not let your hearts be troubled. You believe in God; believe also in me. My Father’s house has many rooms; if that were not so, would I have told you that I am going there to prepare a place for you? And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come back and take you to be with me that you also may be where I am. You know the way to the place where I am going.” A viewing will be held at 11:00 a.m., Monday, February 19, 2024 at the Hilligoss Shrader Funeral Home, 705 South Main Street, Tuscola, IL followed by a graveside service at the Tuscola Township Cemetery.Online condolences may be shared via hilligossshraderfh.com
Susan Weatherly Luman
Dec 23, 1959 - Feb 06, 2024
"On Monday, February 6, 2024, beloved mother, wife and sister, Susan Weatherly Luman, left with the sunrise to join her Lord in Heaven. She was born Susan Annette Weatherly on December 23, 1959, in Victoria, Texas to loving parents, William Kent and Laura Belle Weatherly. As a child, Susie was energetic and loved playing outdoors and taking road trips with her family. The family moved often, following Kent’s job. She later told stories of her childhood to her own children. She grew up loving laughter and drama. After her family settled in Longview, TX, Susie took up theatre as a teenager, attending three years at Longview High School and graduating from Kilgore High School. In September of 1983, she found her calling as a mother, and was blessed again in 1985. Susan was the kind of mother that always put her family first, that loved and supported her children through the good times and the hard times. In 2009, Susie met and married the man that would love her and make her happy for the rest of her life. Her husband, Robert Kevin “Spooky” Luman, stood by her side for every moment. They walked in faith for the remainder of her years, through fourteen years of marriage. They have had the kind of love most only dream of having. Susie was diagnosed with Glioblastoma Multiforme in March of 2023. Initially given mere weeks to months, she fought for each precious moment with her family. She passed peacefully, surrounded by people that love her, in her sleep as the sun rose. Susan is preceded in death by her parents, her sister and brother- in-law, Deborah and Johnny Lang, and brother-in-law, Jim Davis. She is survived by her loving husband, Kevin Luman, sister, Pamela Davis, Brother and sister-in-law Nanette Weatherly, daughter and son-in law Elissa and Christopher Good, son and daughter-in-law, Loyal Chance and Michelle Gilbert, daughter, Casey Luman Moore, daughter, Ashton Luman, and son, Joshua Luman, as well as many loving grandchildren: Haley Horton, Bailey Horton, Annwyn Worsham, Mackenzy Moore, Joseph Kramer, Silas Gilbert, Ayla Gilbert, John Asher Good, and Isaiah Luman and many nieces and nephews. We would like to extend our special heartfelt thanks to Dana Shankle for your love, friendship and special care; to Dr. Kathleen Wiendorf-Harris, Dr. Kavita Nirmal, and Dr. Narasimha Jatavallabhula for your exquisite degree of care and diagnostics; to David and Deborah Gilbert, for being a loving and open support system and great prayer warriors and supportive family even when you didn’t have to; to Reginald, Kwame and the team at the Albertson’s pharmacy, for caring above and beyond and always doing more than what was expected; to the team at the Longview Cancer Center for the generous and meticulous treatment of cancer and always treating each person as an individual and not just a patient; to Hospice Plus for the kindness, guidance, help and care that sustained us and Susie through the end; and finally to the thousands of prayer warriors who have supported our family and Susan through this battle journey. We could not have done it without each of you. You have our deepest gratitude. Viewing and Visitation will be Thursday evening February 8, 2024, at Radar Funeral Home from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Service will be on Friday February 9, 2024, at Radar Funeral Home with graveside service to follow at Pyle Prairie Cemetery in Kemp, TX."
Connie Lue Alfred
Dec 04, 1938 - Feb 05, 2024
"Connie Lue Alfred was born on December 4, 1938 and passed away on February 5, 2024. There will be a private family burial for Connie held at Rosewood Park. Full obituary is currently pending."
Jack Gregory Sullins
Jun 11, 1956 - Feb 03, 2024
"A full obituary will be forthcoming. As per his wishes private cremation will take place. There will be no services. Cremation arrangements are under the care of Rader Funeral Home."
Mar 18, 1942 - Jan 30, 2024
"Ray Niccum was born on March 18, 1942 and passed on January 30, 2024. Ray Worked for many years as a clerk at EZ Mart on Pine Tree Rd. Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Rader Funeral Home of Longview."
Malcolm Wesley "Rusty" Brumit
Nov 05, 1943 - Jan 21, 2024
"Malcolm Wesley \u0026quot;Rusty\u0026quot; Brumit passed away peacefully with family at his side on January 21, 2024, after a lengthy battle with Parkinson\u0027s disease. He was preceded in death by his beloved wife of 31 years, Suzanne. Born in Dallas, Texas, on November 5, 1943, to Malcolm and Edna Mae Brumit, he was the oldest of four boys. Rusty graduated from Sunset High School in 1961, where he discovered his love of music and drumming. He attended Hardin Simmons University in Abilene before joining the United States Navy, where he proudly served as a telecommunications specialist in the Vietnam War. Rusty was a Godly man and did his best to serve Him during his time on earth. He loved music and enjoyed cooking, taking great pride in his go-to favorite, spaghetti with homemade meat sauce. An avid fisherman who never had to be asked twice to go, his pole and tackle box were never far away. He was a character, always ready with a witty quip or pun. Even as his disease slowly took his words, his wit never failed him. We will remember his corny jokes and love of nature, country, family, and God. His family and friends will forever hold him dear in their hearts. Rusty was preceded in death by his wife, Suzanne Brumit, and his brother, Brian Brumit. Mourning his loss but rejoicing in his homecoming are his son Wes (Cyndi) Brumit, daughter Tricia Brumit, son Ray Tarrant (Yasmeen Hart), and daughter