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The Genealogy of Robert and Christina Barritt

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39801 “[Robert] served in the US Army from 1954-59 and was stationed in Korea. He moved to Ingram, Texas in 1960.

“He retired in 1998 after 38 years with Hill Country Telephone Cooperative of Ingram. After retirement, he did contract telephone splicing throughout the Hill Country for 6 years, some with his current wife. He was a hard worker. He moved to Pipe Creek in 2004, establishing a home for 13 years.

“He was an avid motorcyclist. He signed in 1984 to ride for the Christian Motorcyclists Association of Mena, Arkansas. He rode many years with Texas Roadrunners, was a TMRA member, and GWRRA member riding with Country Wings Chapter K2 of Kerrville, TX. He did a 5000 mile, 13 state motorcycle trip in 2003 to the west coast and back. He made a ride to Washington DC in 2008 with RunForTheWall, making 13 more states. He enjoyed lots of other motorcycle riding and camping adventures throughout his life time.” 
POSIK, Robert James (I52149)
 
39802 “[Ronnie] graduated from Brazosport High School in 1967 and then worked at Dow Chemical for 30 years before retiring in 1998. After retirement, he kept himself busy working around the house and land, where there was always something to do. He was always ready and willing to lend a hand to anyone who needed it. Whether it was family, friends, neighbors or complete strangers, Ronnie could be counted on to help.” SNOW, Ronald James (I52777)
 
39803 “[Ron] was raised in Eunice, NM and graduated from Eunice High School in 1976. He graduated from New Mexico Junior College in Hobbs in 1978. He moved to Andrews from Eunice and has lived in Andrews for 35 years. He married Sandra Kay Brock on August 11, 1985 in Andrews. He had worked for Chevron-Texaco for 35 years and was a field specialist. Everyone knew him for his kind heart, a hug, a kiss, his jokes, and his generosity. He never knew a stranger and will be remembered by many. ‘And we can’t forget a dollar for a coke!’ He loved to hunt and fish but loved his old company work truck, which will carry his cremains to the cemetery on the day of the service. He enjoyed spending time with his family and was Church of Christ.” STOVER, Ronald D. (I51041)
 
39804 “[Scotty] graduated class of 1950 from Cedar High School and went on to play football at Branch Agricultural College.

“While at college, Scotty was drafted by the United States Army, but continued his football career, playing at Fort Rucker, Ala., and Fort Benning, Ga. In 1954 he was named to the Camp Rucker All Star Team, one of the top rated teams in the army. After his tenure in the army, he joined the Las Vegas police force.

“Scotty was an option for the Chicago Bears and the San Francisco Forty-Niners in 1954, while employed with the Las Vegas Police Department under Sheriff Ralph Lamb. His football career fell short after he was injured in the line of duty.

“Following the accident, he worked in the casino business until retirement. Scotty was an avid outdoorsman and spent his summers fishing and winters hunting at his cabin on Lake Navajo, Utah for nearly 60 years. When he wasn’t at the cabin, Scotty could be found building model airplanes, racing model boats or restoring cars and building inboard racing boats on Lake Mead. However, his greatest pastime was spending time with his family.” 
SCOTT, Romer Richard (I53100)
 
39805 “[Sharon] worked as a purchasing assistant with Warm Springs Rehabilitation Hospital in Luling for 10 years. She enjoyed gardening and working in her yard. Her hobbies also included crafting and sewing. Sharon and her husband Jack loved making road trips in their various hot rods throughout Texas. Most of all she was a devoted mother and grandmother. She loved time spent with her grandbabies.” HARBORTH, Sharon Jeanne (I28102)
 
39806 “[Stuart] lived in Wisconsin, California, Oklahoma, and Texas before moving to Hot Springs Village after retirement. Recently he and his wife, Ruth, made West Shores Retirement Community in Hot Springs their home. Stuart was a longtime member of Faith Lutheran Church in Hot Springs Village.” ZIMMERMANN, Stuart G. (I32601)
 
39807 “[Verga] married Roy BINION in 1945 at Perryton. They moved to Keller in 1959, where they lived until 1986 when they moved to Booker. She was a telephone operator for General Telephone for many years.” GARTON, Verga Adella (I48433)
 
39808 “[Viola] was a member of St. John Lutheran Church. She was a charter member of the VFW Auxiliary, Woodmen of the World, Social Member of Herman Sons and the Treasurer of Mary Circle.” SCHAVRDA, Viola Louise (I51435)
 
39809 “[Virgil] retired from United States Air Force and also the United States Postal Service.” HOLMAN, Virgil Eugene (I50144)
 
39810 “[Waurane’s] family moved to the Leander area shortly after she was born and she remained there. Waurane was a long time active member of the Leander Church of Christ. Waurane met the love of her life, Joe Smith Cluck in Leander and they were married on January 26, 1946. She enjoyed traveling with her family all over but her favorite destination was Red River, New Mexico. Waurane had a talent for quilting and enjoyed sharing her artistic creations with friends and family. Many memories will be cherished by her skillful hands. Being an avid Longhorn fan, she cheered them on every opportunity she had to watch. Waurane spent the last few years living with her daughter and son-in-law, Cathy and Charles Broun, they will always cherish the precious time they were given with her in their home.” JONES, Waurane (I41036)
 
39811 “[Wink] was a Major in the U.S. Air Force for 23 years, retiring in 1964, and worked for the U.S. Postal Service for 10 years, retiring in 1975. He loved anything to do with aviation, coin collecting and was a member of Sergeant Pilots Association. Major Winkler was a veteran of World War II, Korea and Vietnam. He also flew in the Berlin Airlift.” WINKLER, Winfred Clair (I48237)
 
39812 “‘Chockie’ was born in Fred and lived most of his life in Silsbee. He was Co-Owner of West Texas BBQ. He proudly served his country with the US Army during the Korean Conflict.” NOLEN, Richard Edward (I50883)
 

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