Paris Morning News in Paris, Texas
4 Nov 2010

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4 Nov 2010

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Paris Morning News (Newspaper) - November 4, 2010, Paris, Texas Thursday a a 903-785-8744 the Paris news a november 4/2010 a Page 5 obituaries la Alty quot let everyone be cities tor there is no authority except that Ivanich god has authorities that exist have been established by god quot romans 13 1 character first hospitality cheers buy Maring food shelter or conversation to Benefi others death notices Preston Eugene Houston 85, of round Mountain died thursday nov. 4, 2010 Fry amp Gibbs funeral Home. Talk Back the Paris news publishes obituaries confirmed by a licensed funeral Home. A mail fax and mail submissions Are accepted. The Paris news reserves the right to edit or refuse to Rubush any submission. Charges apply in some cases. Be mail obituaries a it Theta Risnes. Com. Fax 903-785-1263 a mail the Paris news . Box 1078, Paris to 75461. Miche Alroy Rod Sims Micheal Roy quot Rod quot Sims 44, of Pattonville a died tuesday nov. 2, 2010, in Paris. Memorial services Are to be conducted at 7 . Thursday in the Fry amp j Gibbs funeral Chapel. Visitation is to be from i 6 . Until service time at the funeral Home. If desired memorials May be made to a Trust fund set up oat the Liberty. National Bank 305 Lamar ave., Paris Texas 75460. Doris Jean Jenkins Doris Jean Jenkins 82, of Sumner died wednesday nov. 3, 2010, at Paris regional medical Center. Bright Holland funeral Home has scheduled services for 11 . Saturday nov. 6, at victorious life Church with Rev. Chad Lamb Rev. Don Shovan and Rev. Charles Scarborough officiating. Burial is to follow in Evergreen cemetery. The family is to receive friends at the Church from 10 . Saturday until service time. The daughter of John d. Quot Doc quot and Delia Faye Vinson Kennemer was born dec. 10, 1927, in Lamar county. She married David Howard Jenkins on dec. 21, 1946, building 62 years of family and memories before his death on aug. 8, 2009. They owned and operated Jenkins services Chicken farm in the Bluff Community for 25 years was a member of victorious life Church. She was preceded in death by her parents two Sisters Johnnie Faye Smith and husband Dale and Laverne Waggoner and husband Floyd and one brother James d. Kennemer and wife Peggy. Survivors include three children Dewayne Jenkins and wife Brenda Kay of Paris Kevin Jenkins and wife Kaye of Sumner and Barbara Hoskins and husband Dwight of Detroit grandchildren Jason Jenkins Chad Jenkins Delvin Hoskins Kristen Jenkins Archer and Kasey Jenkins Black along with her great grandchildren Amber Jenkins Colton Jenkins Troy Jenkins Jacie Jenkins Levi Hoskins Brandt Archer Breann Jenkins Archer Bryce Archer Ashley Coursey and another great grandson Joseph Black due in february. Casket bearers Are to be Jason Jenkins Delvin Hoskins Chad Jenkins Levi Hoskins Jeremy Archer and Robert Black. To leave a message or tribute for the family visit . Rachel Valentine wadis grand Prairie a Rachel Valentine Wallis died monday nov. 1, 2010. Services Are scheduled for 11 . Friday nov. 5 at the Church on Rush Creek in Arlington under the direction of bean Massey by re funeral Home in grand Prairie. Visitation is scheduled for 6 to 8 . Thursday at the funeral Home. Survivors include parents Dan and Kathleen Wallis twin sister Sarah brother David grandparents Charolette and Doug Webster Don and Sandra Wallis Johnny and Francis Norris great grandparents Wanda Norris John and Frances Wise and Helen Wallis aunts and uncles Wynona and Kyle Keeley John and Chrissie Norris de and Jing Wallis and Angela Sugg and numerous p-1 Light up the sky. The single by the same name has been picked up by mtg s quot the Hills quot for the show s final season. Tickets for the nov. 12 concert Are $8 in Advance $10 the Day of the show or $5 each for a group of 10 or More. Tickets for the nov. 18 concert Are $15 in Advance $18 the Day of the show $12 each for a group of 10 or More or $25 for a Gold Circle meet and Greet ticket. A combination ticket for both concerts is $15, purchased in Advance. Tickets for both concerts can be purchased at the journey Calvary Chapel living water Bookstore or online at . For More information on either concert Call 800-965-9324. Both concerts Are to be held at Calvary Chapel of Paris. The doors open at 6 30 and the concerts begin at 7 . Quot although these concerts bring Superior entertainment to Paris my belief is that much More than entertainment is tak ing place quot Edwards said. Quot in these concerts people Are finding a deeper relationship with god they Are building relationships with other Young people and for us connections Are being made that i believe will Lead to much greater things in the the journey concerts Are being promoted on Power pm radio with contests for free tickets and a drawing for a grand prize of a Paris Texas getaway. The radio promotion has the added Bonus of working to promote Paris As a City but Edwards said the concerts Are about More than that. Quot in the past few weeks it has been brought to the forefront that our Young people Are in great turmoil quot Edwards said. Quot we have kids from Good families committing crimes and mothers shooting their own children then taking their own lives. This has to change. These concerts Are entertaining but for us it is about much More than that. We desire and Pray for lives to be transformed and to begin to have an Impact on our City that will bring lasting read the Paris news online at Robinson insurance 53�d if jews in insurance 2301 Lamar 784-3552 Mark Dryden Mark Dryden 60, of Paris died saturday oct. 23, 2010. No formal funeral services Are scheduled. He was preceded in death by his parents and one brother. Survivors include one sister Debbie Smith and husband and their children and grandchildren two daughters april and Rebecca and their spouses two grandchildren and three nieces in California and oth a family i Alberl Tong time companion Alisa and Loving sidekick lady girl and close friends. Dane Mclamore agent 1 a a or. 2360 Lamar Avenue quot a a quot Paris 175460 a 90.v7h<us41 rus. 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