Survivors include four children, Frankie Long and wife Donette of Hollis, Lonnie Long and wife Renee of Altus, Okla., Brad Long and wife Mary of Harrah, Okla. He served with the Khiva Shrine in Amarillo from 1966 through 1995.
and Marcy Sessions and husband Jon of Wellington; seven grandchildren, Steven Long and wife Amy of Piedmont, Okla., Shelby Long and wife Holly of Hollis, Landon Long of Alexandria, Va., Jackson Long of Altus, Yury Rouba and wife Heather of Edmond, Reed Sessions of Wellington and Riley Sessions of Wellington; six great grandchildren, Marek Long, Keetin Long, Ayden Long, Iliana Rouba, Oliver Rouba and Estelle Rouba; one sister, Tennie Pritchard and husband Jerry of Shamrock; one brother, William Horton and wife Billie of Shawnee, Okla.; two brothers in law, Larry Long and wife Linda of Elk City and Gary Long and wife Linda of Blanchard; and many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. In 1995 he became a member of the Bedouin unit in the Moslah Shrine in Fort Worth where he remained active until his death.
Pat attended the First Baptist Church in Morton where she was a member of the church choir.
She was also a member of the Emily Smith Study Club of Morton.
Survivors include his wife, Mary Nell of Wellington; a son, Jimmy Patterson and wife Alice of Carnegie, Okla.; two daughters, Janet Brown and Beverly Cooper and husband Jeff of Wellington; seven grandchildren, Jared Patterson and wife Robin, Joe Patterson and wife Bree, John Patterson and wife Lauren, Brandi Childers and husband Seth, Kari Eudey and husband Andy, Kirbi Turner and husband Lonnie and Kristin Emmerson; and seven great grandchildren, Coyt and Colt Patterson, Riggin Patterson, Wade and Hadlee Patterson, Bryson Brown and Carson Childers. He then entered the petroleum industry where Mike worked for various companies in all aspects of the petroleum and manufacturing industry all over the U. He worked in the Houston area the last 23 years as a senior buyer and procurement specialist in the petroleum industry. Survivors include her three children, Bill White and wife Susie of Amarillo, Beth Graham and husband Bugs of Mount Juliet, Tenn.
Pallbearers were Jared Patterson, Joe Patterson, John Patterson, Andy Eudey, Lonnie Turner, Lupe Lopez and Seth Childers. Jude Place, Memphis TN 38105 or the Wellington Cemetery Association, PO Box 321, Wellington TX 79095. Sidney Michael Barjenbruch Sidney Michael Barjenbruch, age 62 of Kingwood, formerly of Wellington, passed away suddenly Saturday, May 17, 2014. at the First United Methodist Church in Wellington with Rev. Mike had many loves in his life -- his family, faith, spending time in the outdoors and most especially fishing. and Jim White and wife Janeane of Claude; a grandson, Ky White and wife Ami of Calif.; and two sisters, Ladell Popwell and husband Leo of Wellington and Kay White of Richardson.
She shared a single bed in that house with four of her sisters sleeping three at the head and two at the foot.
Emma met her husband, George Estes, shortly after she graduated from Wellington High School in 1929, and ran away after a brief courtship to marry him on September 10, 1929 just weeks before the fall of the stock market and the start of the Great Depression.
He loved working with his hands, doing carpentry work and working with computers.
Donations can be sent to Robert Yeary Loaves and Fishes, 2380 FM 1780, Morton, TX 79346 or the First Baptist Church of Morton, 202 SE 1st Street, Morton, TX 79346.
Online condolences may be made at ellisfuneralhomes. Emma Estes Emma Estes, the salt of this earth, age 104 of Weatherford, passed from this life during the early afternoon of March 29, 2014 from injuries suffered in an accidental fall a week earlier still possessing an iron will and a lions heart.
Survivors include a son, Dan Thompson Trew and wife Jeanne; twin daughters, Tammy Rehkemper and husband Michael and Terry Fuller and husband Mark; and his grandchildren, Jesse Fuller, Alice Fuller and Travis Rehkemper.
The family requests memorials be made to the Moslah Temple Shrine, 1100 Henderson, Fort Worth, TX 76102-4583. Arrangements were by Johnson Funeral Home of Childress. Statham was born June 9, 1932, in Childress to Pierce Ben and Roxie Faye Heckathorne Snider.
After establishing their first home in Hollis, Tillie was a homemaker for many years until she began working as a teachers aide for Hollis Schools. Travis later married Janece Jesse in 1975 in Wellington. Wilbur and husband Chuck of Wellington; two step children, Sonya Bouldin of Euless and Billy Bouldin of Dallas; a grandson, Kye L. Pallbearers were Brandon Porter, Tim Paschal, Jared Patterson, John Patterson, Mickey Anglin and Joe Patterson. After receiving an MS in Computer Sciences he joined Amarillo College as a professor in 1968 where he remained until his retirement as an educator in 1983.