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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - May 26, 2005, Galveston, Texas GALVESTON COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 26 2005 D3 OBITUARIES Darreil Wayne Williams Sr GALVESTON Darreil Wayne Williams Sr depart ed his earthly life on May 18 at a UTMB Hospital He was born on March to the union of James Leon Williams Sr and Brenda C Williams Darreil was a member of Mount Olive Baptist Church He attended Galveston public school and was employed by several businesses in the fastfood industry and at UTMB Environmental Services until his health failed He was a sports enthusiast who enjoyed playing football and spending time with his fam fly Visitation will begin at 5 on Friday May 27 at Mt Olive Baptist Church in Galveston followed by a wake from 7 to 8 at the church The funeral will begin at 11 on Saturday May 28 with the Kev Norris Burkley officiat ing Burial will follow at Lakeview Cemetery in Galveston Darreil was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers Tyrone Williams and Anthony Williams He is survived by his seven children Darreil Wayne Williams Tyrone Sedric Williams Nickisha Nicole Williams Darrah Niriee Williams Ernest James Williams Michael Leon Williams Christopher DeWayne Johnson three sisters Vemell Davis Nadine Jackson and Shelley Williams two broth ers James Leon Williams Michael Gene Williams 2 grandchildren Aurerial DaShay Williams and Darreil Wayne Williams TTT uncles Robert L Williams Tyrone Williams Eddie Anderson and Uncle Reese aunts Caroline Norwood Janice Johnson of Galveston and Sharon Simmons of Austin and a host of nieces nephews other relatives and friends Special thanks to Gambros Dialysis and staff for your professionalism and compassion Memorials cards and flowers may be sent to Wynn Funeral Home 602 32nd Street Galveston Texas 77550 Debra Norris Debra Norris passed away Wednesday May 18 2005 at the age of 43 when she succumbed to cancer after a courageous battle She was born on February and her life was dedicated to the well being of her family and friends She was preceded in death by her grandparents Joe and Cecilia Davila and Balbino and Geneva Gomez and niece Savannah Munoz She was survived by her husband William Norris father Esequial Davila and wife Dutch Davila and mother Esperanza Lingenfelter and husband Larry Lingenfelter Debbie will be dearly missed by her signifi cant other Terry McGuire and parents Michael and Patricia McGuire and her siblings Victor Gomez Mary Tolentino and husband Al Tolentino Paul Davila and wife Sonya Davila Melinda Davila and husband Deanne Lasker and hus band Dominique Lasker and stepbrothers Randy Thomas and Danny Norris Debbie was also survived by her five children LeAnn Brooks Marcy Boyle Kristina Norris Brian Norris and Tyler McGuire and grandchildren Briannah Zianne Tione Sheroy Kainen Sara and Travis Nieces and nephews left behind were Samantha Ashton Joshua Santana Kelsey and Kyle She will also be missed by numerous aunts uncles cousins and dear friends Debbie will always be the strength when we are weak the sun through the clouds and the happiness in our hearts A memorial service will be held at St Marys Church at the corner of 3rd Street and 8th Avenue in Texas City Texas Thursday May 26 2005 at 3 and a separate service will be held at St Bartholomews Catholic Church 5356 4th Street Katy Texas Friday May 27 2005 at For those desiring memorial contributions may be made to the Susan G Komen Breast Cancer Foundation Box 650309 Dallas Texas 752650309 Emma Stanley Mask GALVESTONEmma Stanley Mask 80 departed her earthly life on May 20 at a UTMB hospital Mrs Mask was born February to the late Levi and Florence Fisher in Clinton Louisiana She accepted Christ at an early age and was baptized at New Charleston Baptist Church in Jackson Louisiana She moved to Galveston in 1955 and unit ed with Sunlight Baptist Church She later joined St John Missionary Baptist Church and continued her service to the Lord by becoming an active member of the choir and the mission depart ment Visitation will begin at 5 at St John Missionary Baptist Church on Friday May 27 followed by a wake at the church from 7 to 8 Funeral services will begin at 1 on Saturday May 28 at the church with Reverend Louis Simpson officiating Burial follow at Lakeview Cemetery in Galveston Mrs Mask retired from St Vincents House Mrs Mask was preceded in death by her parents husband George Mask sis ter LeAnna Miles two sons David Henry Stanley and Ricky Stanley and a daugh ter Deloris Stanley She leaves to cherish her memo ry three daughters Margaret Stanley Walker Joyce Marie Toatley of Galveston and Emma Stanley of Austin Texas her sons and daughtersin law Henry Stanley San Diego California Arshell Stanley Long Beach California Howard Stanley Eddie Stanley James Stanley and Ira Dean Stanley of Galveston 28 grandchildren 23 great grandchildren 16 sisters and brothers devoted friend Brother James Hamilton special care givers Norvalin Smith and Floyd Simmons a host of relatives friends and the St John Missionary Baptist Church family Memorials cards and flowers may be sent to Wynn Funeral Home 602 32nd Street Galveston Texas 77550 Constance Evans TEXAS CITY Memorial services for Constance Connie Evans 92 will be held Saturday at 2 at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovahs Witness 2900 8th Ave No Maddox will officiate She was a faithful mem ber of Jehovahs Witnesses for the past 62 years a past school teacher and music teacher with a bachelor of arts degree She was a lov ing and elegant lady and will be missed by all those who knew and loved her Are you or someone you know in todays paper now offers lamination services to its readers Laminate Memories Obituaries and Articles Call Leona Charles Jones GALVESTON Mrs Leona Charles Jones Baby passed on May 22 at a UTMB hospital She was born September 8 1927 to the union of Charles and Etta B Jacquo in Beaumont Texas Visitation will held on Friday May 27 from 4 to 7 at Wynn Funeral Home followed by a quiet hour at the funeral home from 7 to 8 The funeral will also be at the funeral home at 3 Saturday May 28 with the Rev Jerry Temple of Spiritual True Church offici ating Burial will follow at Lakeview Cemetery Mrs Jones was preceded in death by her parents two sisters Eula Mae Jacquo Thessa Tackwood brothers Charles Jacquo Samuel Jacquo and Moses Jacquo She is survived by her sis ter Leotha Denson of Beaumont Texas sisterin law Mildred Jacquo two sons Harold Brown Kitty and Leland Brown a host of greatgrandchildren nieces and nephews Also left to cherish her memory are devoted friends Carrie Mitchell Leslie Cornett and many other loving family members and friends Mrs Jones was a member of Mt Pilgram Baptist Church and attended faith fully until her sudden ill ness Memorials card and flow ers may be sent to Wynn Funeral Home 602 32nd Street Galveston Texas Senior Care Private and Personal Care in the comfort of your home Senring all of Galveston County 424 Hours per day Home Health Providers 3020 Palmer Texas City 4099355101 Obituaries Obituaries are a paid feature of The County Daily News For information call or The deadline for obituaries and pending notices for Funeral Homes is 2 daily during the week For weekends Sat and for Holidays the deadline for bolh obituaries and pending notices is 12 noon Obituaries placed by individuals must be received by noon for the next day publication They should be typed EXACTLY as desired tor publication and sent to GCDN by fax 409 7447679 or email email@example.com or brought into the Mainland or Galveston offices For prompt service please call if you are coming into the office to make sure someone is available to assist you You will need to have some verification of the death and prepayment is requiredall credit cards are accepted Families and funeral homes are urged to ensure that information is accurate and all names are spelled coireclly The Daily News assumes no responsibility for inaccurate information provided to us CaH Us FOP A KEEPSAKE Are you or someone you 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