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COLLIE, Elaine Griffin Elaine Collie died at the age of 93 after a long illness. She was born and raised in Sioux City, IA to James D. and Winifred Griffin, and was the youngest of four siblings. She served as a Red Cross nurses' aide in WWII, after the war working as a grand jury clerk in Woodbury County, IA and then as executive secretary to the District Attorneys of Denver, CO and Dallas, TX. She married Dallas attorney Waller M. Collie, Jr. in 1950, and is survived by son Waller "Sonny" Collie and wife Cathi, daughter Christine Collie, daughter Carol Redwine, and five beloved grandsons -- James Buchmeyer, Turner Collie, Kelly Pierce, Dillon Redwine and Keelan Redwine. Elaine was a member of Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Dallas Lawyer's Wives Club, Canterbury Review Club, and the Junior Matheon and Matheon Clubs. She enjoyed oil painting, reading, music, bridge, travel, the performing arts, and her Dallas Mavericks. Throughout her life, she was devoted to each adopted dog who was lucky enough to live with and be loved by her. Intelligent, articulate and overflowing with Irish humor and beauty, Elaine shared her love of life with all who knew her, and was a devoted and loyal daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother, and a dear and fiercely loyal friend to many. Her ceaseless interest, support and unconditional love for her family defined her, and will never be forgotten. We have been blessed indeed by her presence in our lives. A private graveside service will be held at Sparkman/Hillcrest Cemetery at 1:00pm on Tuesday, January 27th. In lieu of flowers, it is suggested that donations be made in Elaine's honor to the SPCA of Texas, Dallas Chapter. In lasting remembrance of Elaine and her Irish wit, put a small garden leprechaun in a magical place in your garden. Elaine's Irish spirit will bless you always! To express online condolences, please visit www.sparkman-hillcrest.com .
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COX, SR., Webb Henry Webb Henry Cox, Sr., age 88, of Dallas, Texas, passed away January 22, 2015, in Dallas. Webb was born June 22, 1926, in DeSoto, Texas, to Hayes and Woodie (Stevenson) Cox. He graduated from DeSoto High School in 1944 and went on to proudly serve in the United States Army as a Staff Sergeant during World War II. Webb married Dorothy Skinner on December 20, 1948 in Rockwall, Texas. He earned a bachelor degree in dairy manufacturing and production from Texas A & M University. Webb began his career in dairy manufacturing and later became a school teacher and later sold insurance. Most significantly, he pioneered the business of packaging government loans for small businesses which enabled hundreds to begin or expand and achieve success. Webb loved his work and also enjoyed traveling. He is survived by his wife, Dorothy Cox of Dallas, Texas; son, Henry Cox, Jr. and wife, Karen of Dallas, Texas; daughters, Barbara Cox, of Dallas and Betty Rosenthal and husband, Brent, also of Dallas; and grandchildren, Crystal Rosenthal and husband, Scott Gleeson, Benjamin Rosenthal, Lauren Rosenthal, and Leah Rosenthal, all of Dallas. He was preceded in death by his parents, brother, Thomas Cox, and sister, Stella Cox. A funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, January 27, 2015, at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Chapel in Allen, Texas. Interment with military honors will follow at Ridgeview Memorial Park in Allen. The family will receive friends during a visitation from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m., Monday evening at the funeral home. To convey condolences or to sign an online registry, please visit www.tjmfuneral.com .
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