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JAMES KEITH ENDERBY
1957
May 5, 1995
CLASS OF 1975
JIM ENDERBY
September 13, 1939
September 19, 1959
CLASS OF 1957
MARK STEVEN ENDERBY  
June 2, 1954
Disappeared around 1970
CLASS OF 1972
VICTOR RAY EPPERSON
February 12, 1958
January 12, 1981
CLASS OF 1977
GLENNA EUSTACE MABE (1938-2010)
CLASS OF 1957

Memorial services for Glenna Eustace Mabe will be held at 2 p.m. Monday, Feb. 1, 2010 at Clement-Keel
Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Lonnie Dotson, Pastor of Shady Grove Methodist Church officiating. Services
are under the direction of Clement-Keel Funeral Home.

Mrs. Mabe, 71, of Gainesville died Friday, Jan. 29, 2010.

Glenna Mabe was born Dec. 25, 1938 in Olney to Glen and Mildred (Peacock) Eustace. She married Ronnie
Mabe Sept. 13, 1974 in Ardmore, Okla. She was a cashier at Sack-N-Save Store.

Survivors of Glenna Mabe include her son, Michael Eustace of Houston; daughter, Cindy Peevey of
Gainesville; son-in-law, Delbert Peevey of Gainesville; granddaughter, Amelia Collins of Gainesville;
grandson, Jonathan Peevey of Gainesville; granddaughter, Roni Collins of Gainesville; brother, Fred Eustace
of Gainesville; sister-in-law, Lydia Eustace of Gainesville and aunt, Oneva Muse of Gainesville.

She was preceded in death by her husband and parents.
PAUL ENDERBY
DATES PENDING
CLASS OF 1967
CAROL ANN (EVANS) KING  (August 19, 1937 - March 20, 2014)
TEACHER/EDUCATIONAL DIAGNOSTICIAN GISD
CLASS OF 1955

Funeral services for Carol Ann King, 76, of Gainesville, Texas will be held
Sunday, March 23, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. at Meador- Clement-Keel Funeral
Home Chapel with Dr. Bennie Slack officiating. Visitation will be Saturday,
March 22, 2014, from 6 to 8 pm at the funeral home. Mrs. King died
Thursday, March 20, 2014 at the Gainesville Convalescent Center.

She was born in 1937 in Gainesville, Texas, to Amos Carroll Evans and
Elizabeth Ann (Springfield) Evans. She grew up attending Gainesville
schools, including McMurray Elementary. She attended First Baptist
Church and through the years helped run the Audio Visual room during
the church services. She also helped in the church library and was active
in WMU and Circle. She began teaching in 1959 in Era. She taught one
year in Era and 3-4 grade in Muenster from 1960-1966. After moving to
Gainesville in 1966 with Carl and the three children, Carol taught 2nd
grade for several years and then entered the Special Education program
and eventually became an Educational Diagnostician serving Cooke
County.

She was active in Texas State Teacher's Association, Delta Kappa
Gamma, and Educational Diagnostician's Society and Red Hat Society.
She loved her family and friends and was loved by them so much. She
touched so many lives through church and school and will be greatly
missed.

She is survived by husband, Carl King of Gainesville; son, Craig King and
wife, Stephanie Lee of Dallas, Texas; daughters, Carla Hogan and
husband, James of Nixa, Missouri, and Crista Rosada and husband, Oscar
of Gainesville, Texas; Granddaughters, Brooke Spencer of Edison,
Maryland; Allison Larabee of Nixa, Missouri, Natalie King of Dallas, Texa,
and Grandson, Devan King of Dallas, Texas; Sister and brother-in-law,
Barbara and Jerry Albert of Lawton, Oklahoma, and sister, Shirley
Wicker of Gainesville, Texas, as well as, 8 nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Amos and Elizabeth Evans.
Pallbearers will be Jon Wicker, Chris Wicker, Lanny Lyons, Johnny
Leftwich, Milburn Cravens, and James Ray Polk. Honorary pallbearer will
be Jerry Albert.
GARY EVANS (September 24, 1953-June 19, 2009)
CLASS OF 1972

Graveside services for Gary Evans, 55, of Garland are set for 11:00 AM, Tuesday, June 23, 2009 at the
Fairview Cemetery with Bro. Arthur Green officiating.

The visitation will be held Tuesday, June 23, 2009 from 9:00 to 10:30 AM at the Geo. J. Carroll & Son Funeral
Home.

Mr. Evans was born September 24, 1953 in Gainesville to Hubert (Red) and Avis Monkres Evans. He was a
faithful member of the White Rock Community Church in Dallas. Gary loved music; he played the organ and
piano beautifully. He was also blessed with the gift of learning sign language. With these gifts he loved to
communicate music to the deaf.

He is survived by his sister and brother in law, Donna and Alan Ward of Irving; brother and sister in law,
James and Diana Evans of Austin; his aunt and uncle, Billie and Willard Williams; aunt, Bobbie Cooke; a
niece and her husband, Kelly and Danny Ripley of Grapevine; a niece and her husband, DeAnn and Barry
Muth of San Antonio; a nephew and his wife, Andy and Stephanie Evans of Glastonbury, CT; nephew and his
wife, Matt and Holly Evans of Austin; and 7 great nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents and his life partner, Charlie Cravens.

Birth:         Sep. 24, 1953
Gainesville
Cooke County
Texas, USA
Death:         Jun. 19, 2009
Garland
Dallas County
Texas, USA

Family links:
Parents:
Hubert Matthew Evans (1916 - 1996)
Avis I Monkres Evans (1919 - 2006)

Spouse:
Charles Dennis Cravens (1952 - 2008)

Burial:
Fairview Cemetery
Gainesville
Cooke County
Texas, USA
MARY JANE "ENDERBY"
MANN   
July 3, 1941
April 17, 2004
CLASS OF 1959
GLENNA "EUSTACE" MABE
December 25, 1938
January 29, 2010
CLASS OF 1957
RODGER EUGSTER
December 19, 1946
February 21, 1990
CLASS OF 1965
CLASS OF 1957

Birth:         Sep. 13, 1939
Death:       Sep. 19, 1959

Inscription:
Son of Davie Mae & Samuel Charles Brother of Mary Jane

Burial:
Fairview Cemetery
Gainesville
Cooke County
Texas, USA
Plot: Section K
MARY JANE "ENDERBY" MANN (July 3, 1941 - April 17, 2004)
CLASS OF 1959

Birth:         Jul. 3, 1941
Death:       Apr. 17, 2004


Burial:
Sunset Memorial Park
Nacogdoches
Nacogdoches County
Texas, USA


CLASS OF 1952

Birth:         1933
Madill
Marshall County
Oklahoma, USA
Death:       1976
Muenster
Cooke County
Texas, USA

Murlin Joe Evans married Lupe Marie Grajeda on January 18, 1969 at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Dallas.
He was the father of Murlin Ray and Douglas Winfield Evans. He suffered a fatal heart attack that took his
life.  He is survived by his parents Ray and Pearl Evans, his wife Lupe and sons Murlin and Douglas.

Family links:
Parents:
Raymond Emmett Evans (1908 - 1994)
Ella Pearl Dickerson Evans (1911 - 2002)

Burial:
Sacred Heart Cemetery
Muenster
Cooke County
Texas, USA
Plot: Section B, Row 6, Plot 27
DAVID CARROLL ESTES  
October 16, 1943
June 29, 2015
CLASS OF 1962
CAROL ANN (EVANS) KING   
August 19, 1937
March 20, 2014
TEACHER/EDUCATIONAL DIAGNOSTICIAN
GISD
CLASS OF 1955
GWENDOLYN ESTES
DATES PENDING
CLASS OF 1965
DAVID CARROLL ESTES  (October 16, 1943 - June 29, 2015)
CLASS OF 1962

Memorial services for David Carroll Estes, 71, of Gainesville are set for Thursday, July 2, 2015 at 2:00 P.M.
at First United Methodist Church. Pastor Don Yeager will officiate.

Dave went to be with the Lord on June 29, 2015.

David was born October 16, 1943 in Gainesville to Aubrey Joyous Sr. and Mildred Lee Greer Estes. He
graduated from Gainesville High School in 1962. He attended CCJC, NTSU and SMU. Dave married Vikki
Rivoire Freeman on May 4, 2002. Their love story started in 1960 when Dave was working in the hay field
and saw Vikki visiting her dad. After dating through high school, then going their separate ways the Lord
brought them back together again. They blended two families plus two non-DNA daughters. Dave was
adored by all eight.

Dave was a proud member of the U. S. Army serving in Vietnam.

When David retired he was Regional Manager for Outside Sales covering the Southwestern part of the
United States for Associated Reprographic Products, Inc. While living in Sugar Land, Texas Dave was
Chairman of the Planning and Zoning Board, Chairman of the Airport Advisory Board and Chairman of
Zoning Board of Adjustments. He served for 6 years as a member of the Cooke County Appraisal District
and was elected as its Chairman this year.  In 2007, Dave along with Scott Robinson rejuvenated the
Historic South Gainesville Neighborhood Association; he served as Treasurer, Vice President and President.
Dave was also a member of the Gainesville Planning and Zoning Board and served on the Board of Directors
for the Grayson County Builders Association. Dave was a member of the First United Methodist Church.

David is survived by his wife, Vikki Rivoire Estes, daughter, Gina Hammer, of Austin; step-daughters,
Melissa Freeman of Dallas and Melanie Freeman of Gainesville; granddaughters, Kristina and Brooke Simons
of Austin; sister, Margaret Wald of Anderson, Mo.; and many nieces and nephews and great nieces and
nephews.

David was preceded in death by his parents, A.J. and Mildred Estes; sister, Joyce Malinowsky and husband
Walter Stanley (Millie); brothers, A. J. Estes, Jr. and Robert Neal Estes and wife Beth; and mother-in-law,
Parker Rivoire.  Memorial contributions may be made to Home Hospice and First United Methodist Church.
GARY EVANS
September 24, 1953
June 19, 2009
CLASS OF 1972
L.KEN EVANS (June 01, 1936-February 21, 2016)
CLASS OF 1953

Graveside services for L. Ken Evans, 80, of San Antonio, are scheduled for 1:00 p.m. on Monday, February
29, 2016 at Fairview Cemetery with Fr. Gary Picou officiating.

Mr. Evans passed away February 21, 2016 in San Antonio. He was born June 1, 1936 to Margaret and Lyle
Evans.

Survivors include: son Jonathan Evans of Oakland, CA and brother Bill Evans of Dallas.
L.KEN EVANS
June 01, 1936
February 21, 2016
CLASS OF 1953
MURLIN EVANS
1933
1976
CLASS OF 1952
RANDALL LEE ESTES
November 06, 1962
April 25, 2016
CLASS OF 1981
RANDALL LEE ESTES
CLASS OF 1981

Randall Lee Estes, of Valley View, Texas, passed away April 25, 2016 in
Denton, Texas. He was born November 6, 1962 to Laverna Liedtke and
Ray Guy Estes, both of Gainesville, Texas.

He grew up in Gainesville with his three brothers and it was there that he
married his soulmate and the love of his life, Kathy Frederich Estes on
November 26, 1988. Randall and Kathy were married for 27 years and
had three beautiful children; Ryland, Krystal, and Kaytland.

Randall had the ability to light up a room with his infectious smile and
personality and a laugh that could brighten any person’s mood. He loved
and cherished Kathy and his children more than life itself and was a
wonderful husband and father. His passion for helping others and making
a difference in his community will forever be remembered and revered.
He was President of the Gainesville Kiwanis Club and a member of
Friendship Church in Saint Jo, Texas.

Randall was preceded in death by his father-in-law, Vernon Frederich,
and his aunt, Norma Jane Estes.

Randall is survived by: wife, Kathy; children, Ryland, Krystal, and
Kaytland; mother, Laverna, and her husband, Frank; father, Ray Guy;
mother-in-law, Bonnie; brothers, Steve and his wife, Rene, Kyle and his
wife, Debbie, Glenn Ray and his wife Tawni; sisters-in-law, Tina and her
husband, Danny, Brenda and her husband, Mike; brother-in-law, Parker
and his wife, Cindy; and several nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles.

He will also be remembered by his life-long friend and “brother”, Andy
Crow, and his wife Kelly, and their children, Jordan and Andrew.
Family will receive visitors on Thurday, April 28, 2016, at 6:00 pm at Geo.
J. Carroll & Son Funeral Home. The funeral will be Friday, April 29 at1:00
pm at Geo. J. Carroll& Son Funeral Home. Graveside Service and burial
will immediately follow in Fairview Cemetery. Services will be officiated
by Curt Simmons.

Donations in his memory and his life long support of the children in our
local communities can be made to Gainesville Kiwanis Club PO Box 335
Gainesville, Texas and Valley View Friends PO Box 38 Gainesville, Texas.

Pallbearers are Darren Hutcherson, David Jones, Patrick McCage, Bret
Mitchell, Michael Murphy, and Brad Stewart.
ROBERT NEAL ESTES
October 27, 1934
November 2011
Class of 1952
DONALD EVANS
July 18, 1938
January 18,2017
CLASS OF 1956
DONALD EVANS (July 18, 1938-January 18,2017)
CLASS OF 1956

Donald Evans, 78, went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, January 18, 2017 at Medical City of Dallas.

Memorial service was at 2:00 pm, Sunday January 22, in Lewisville at Lakeland Baptist Church.

Donald Lee Evans was born July 18, 1938 in Gainesville, TX to James and Oleta Evans. Don graduated from
Gainesville High School in 1956.  He continued his education at Gainesville Junior College. After graduation,
he started his career in print at the Gainesville
Daily Register newspaper. He then went to work for Cooke County College (Today known as NorthCentral
Texas College) where he was the Manager of the Printing department for 35 years. He retired from the
college in 2010. Don was a member of Central Baptist Church for 30 years before moving to Lewisville 7
years ago and becoming a faithful member of our church here at Lakeland Baptist. Don enjoyed bowling,
playing 42 and especially watching all sports. Some of best times were “talking Sports” with his dear friend
T.A. Mooney. He also enjoyed gardening at his home in Lindsay where he and Kay raised the boys and called
home for 30 years.

He is survived by his beloved wife of 41 years, Kay Miler Evans. Son and Daughter-In- Law Danny and
Brianna Evans of Lantana,TX and their sons, Landyn and Casyn. Daughter and son-In-Law Vickie and Steve
Burkhart of Gainesville, TX her daughters, Natalie, Lacey and
Brittney. He had 7 great grandchildren and 1 great great grand child.

He was preceeded by death of his dearly beloved son Larry Don Evans, who passed away at the young age
of 24 in a 4-wheeler accident in 2002. Also by both of his parents James and Oleta.
JACKIE EVANS
January 22, 1955
October 14, 2016
CLASS OF 1973
CLASS OF 1973

A visitation and memorial service is planned for Jackie Boy Evans, 61, of
Callisburg, Texas on Monday, October 24th, from 5:30-7:00 p.m. at the
Hillcrest Church of Christ in Gainesville, Texas. Pastor Ben Willingham of
the Callisburg Church of Christ will officiate. Jackie passed away
peacefully on Friday, October 14, 2016 after a more than five year battle
with pancreatic cancer. He was holding his wife's hand when he died.

Jackie was born on January 22nd, 1955 in Nocona, Texas to Orba Olen
Evans and Mary Olean Chaffin Evans. He was a graduate of Gainesville
High School where he was a member of the golf and tennis teams. Jackie
worked most of his life at area golf courses and was employed by Ward
Custom Metal at the time of his cancer diagnosis. Jackie continued to golf,
fish, garden, raise cattle and spend time with family and friends
throughout his illness. He also found a new hobby he loved in traditional
bow shooting.

Jackie was preceded in death by his parents, as well as his stepfather,
Barney Hall of Gainesville.

He is survived by his wife Glenda Evans, and sons Cody Evans and Chris
Evans, along with their families which include grandchildren Jesse, McCoy
and Crew Evans, all of Callisburg. Jackie was also expecting a
granddaughter in December. He is also survived by stepchildren Seth
Chase, Cindy Wagoner, Crissy Johnson, numerous step grandchildren,
brother David Evans and family of Gainesville, and sister Linda Walters
and family of St. Jo.

Jackie was a true fighter and will be missed by many.