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In lieu of floral donations, it is requested that donations be made to First Baptist Church, Alzheimer's research or a charity of your choice. and Monica; grandson and wife, Billy Snook and Laura; great-grandchildren, Cody and Taylor Ross, Allie Botello, Dylan and Ryan Snook, Jenna and William Snook, Logan and wife Amber and Colton Clary; great-great-granddaughter, Elaina Clary; sister, Nanette Daic; brothers, George Snook and Gerald Snook and wife Clara; sister-in-law, Ann Wiggins; numerous other relatives and friends. JACKSON LIVINGSTON -- Robert Andrew "Andy" Jackson, M. Education and a strong work ethic were instilled in him early on and he was always proud of his Czech heritage. Holbert was born April 23, 1931 in Paris, Texas, to John Holbert and Delphia (Flemmings) Holbert, and died Dec. He is preceded in death by his parents; sisters, Mary Ruth Sutherland, Muarine Rasco, Bertha Rasco, Patsy Garrett, Betty Levitt and Joyce Allan; brothers, Leroy Holbert and Rascoe Holbert and great-grandsons, Geblin Graves Clements and Joseph Ray Clements.

Pallbearers were Tommy Ray Snook Jr., Billy Lloyd Snook, Kevin Snook, Logan Clary, Colton Clary and Mack Ross. She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Candy and Mark Schrader of Magnolia; son, Drew Capps of Tyler; daughter, Christy Carroll of Magnolia; brother and sister-in-law, Billy and Lisa Singleton of Spring Branch; sister, Linda Loudenslager of Onalaska; grandsons, Dalton Skelton and Trey Schrader, both of Magnolia, and Durian Capps of Tyler; numer-ous other relatives and friends. His father, a business owner and school superintendent, moved the family to Galveston in 1944. He is survived by his daughters, Velma Ann Holbert of Livingston, Doris Jean Clements of Livingston, Gladys May Holbert of Shepherd, Barbara Gail Clements and husband, Ralph Steven Clements Sr. RODRIGUEZ LIVINGSTON -- Funeral services for Elijah Reuel Rodriguez, 38, of Kinder, La. 6, 2014, in the Alabama-Coushatta Entertainment Center in Livingston, with Bro. Interment followed in the Alabama-Coushatta Indian Reservation Cemetery. Rodriguez was born April 21, 1976 in Woodville, to Armando Rodriguez and Boni Sue (Poncho) Rodriguez, and died Dec. He is preceded in death by his mother; grandfather, Norris Poncho; grandmothers, Rebecca Thompson and Clara Mae Castillo; aunt, Jackie Thompson and uncle, Ellison Poncho.

After the war they returned to Livingston and she returned to working in retail.

Many customers relied upon her opinion in purchasing fine clothing at the dress shop she managed for the Davis family.

Those who had the special privilege of being loved by Boots and getting to care for her in her final years were her stepson, Bobby Cooper and his wife Helen of White Mountain Lake, Ariz. Boots stated many times that Helen was the daughter she never had and Helen has said Boots was a mother to her. 10, 2014, in the Cochran Funeral Home Chapel in Livingston, with Bro. Military honors were provided by VFW Post 8568 Interment followed in Bluff Creek Cemetery in Livingston. Snook Jr.; granddaughter, Chelsea Ross; brothers, Eugene Bert Snook, Olan Norwood Snook and James Reese Snook and sister, Lena Mae John-son.

Pallbearers will be Joe Henry Smith and Wallace (Babe Ray) Atchley, Brett Acuff, Michael Mitchamore, Joe Keith Puckett and Ronnie Wood. He is survived by his son and daughter-in-law, Tommy Ray and Donna Snook; daughter-in-law, Patricia Snook; grandson, Kevin Snook; granddaughter and husband, Wendy Ross and Mack; grandson and wife, Tommy Snook Jr. Family and friends say the world lost a great man when he slipped away. 12, 1934 in Industry (Austin Co.), to Robert Wilburn Jackson and Tillie Zanek Jackson.

In that stoic determination that she had developed while growing up in a large family in a log cabin, she met adversity and did not flinch.

Cochran Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. LEWIS LIVINGSTON -- Funeral services for Velma Rae Lewis, 67, of Livingston were held Wednesday, Dec. Pinckard; her parents and daughter, Donna Lynn Pinckard. Meuth was born May 27, 1954 in Houston, to Fred Goodson Sr. He graduated in 1951 from Ball High School and every summer rode his bicycle miles down the Seawall to work on the island roller coaster to start saving. Memberships include: AMA; TMA; Harris County Medical Society; Houston Society of Internal Medicine; Boy Scouts of America, Sam Houston Area Council, Board of Directors 1980-2008, chairman of Health and Safety Committee, scout master, Silver Beaver/Highest Award in Leadership; Family of the Year; member of South Main Baptist Church, deacon since 1985, Youth Sunday School instructor, Youth Camp for 15 years and Bible Study Fellowship, 1987-1993. He worked at Xcel and then later became president of Southwestern Liquids Inc. His love was shared in music on the steel guitar, meeting many friends along the path. Interment will follow in Peebles Cemetery in Livingston. Pallbearers were Roberto Guardida, Renning Koster, Maynard Williams, Shane Poncho, Simeon Williams, Jeffrey Morris, Destin Castillo, Greg Willis and Clint Willis.

Boots relocated to Arizona with Harwell and they shared 19 wonderful years together before his death in August of 2009.

In May of 2010 she returned home to Livingston and was cared for by the staff at The Gardens until she relocated to Bay City on April 15, 2014, to be near her caregivers there. In the years that she spent back home in Texas, she and her nephew Bill (always Billy to her) enjoyed reliving the stories of her growing up and taking care of her younger siblings, adventures with friends and Grandma Henderson. During her years at The Gardens she especially treasured visits from her nephews Joe Henry Smith and Wallace (Babe Ray) Atchley.

She gave up that position to become involved in various business ventures with her husband.

Then, in September 1956, Boots and James were blessed with the child they had long desired with the birth of their son, Jimmie Wayne. In July of 1984 Boots found herself without her partner when James was suddenly taken in an accident.

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