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PLATTER - Jerrie Elaine Reynolds of Platter, Okla. entered this life on September 3, 1948 in Bucyrus, Ohio to Fred and Lorene (Crisp) Washer. Jerrie went home to be with her Lord and Savior on April 12, 2014 at the age of 65 years, 7 months and 9 days. Jerrie came to Bryan County in 1951 from Bucyrus, Ohio and has lived in the area for most of her life. She attended Platter Elementary and Colbert High School where she was a part of the 1966 1st Alternate All-State Basketball team. On March 1, 1968 at the Platter Baptist Church, Jerrie and Larry Reynolds were united in marriage. She worked as a Post Master in Platter for most of her life. Jerrie loved attending her Church at Platter Baptist where she enjoyed teaching her 1st through 3rd grade students. Jerrie loved children, feeding the youth group every Wednesday night was a passion she enjoyed very much. In her free time she enjoyed camping, fishing, gardening, canning vegetables from her garden, spending time at the cabin, going to town with her sisters, shopping and traveling, especially to watch Jeff fish in his tournaments. In 2010 Jerrie, along with her 1965-1966 basketball team, was inducted into the Bryan County Hall of Fame. Jerrie will be greatly missed by all that knew and loved her. Jerrie is survived by her loving husband Larry Reynolds of the home; son Jeff Reynolds and wife Amanda of Platter; sisters Barbara Sexton and husband Gerald of Platter, Carolyn Patton of Platter; sister-in-law Betty Reynolds and husband Kenneth of Denison, Texas; along with numerous nieces, nephews and great-nieces and nephews. Her parents Fred and Lorene Washer preceded her in death. Funeral services to celebrate the life of Jerrie will be held 10 a.m. Wednesday, April 16 at the Platter Baptist Church with Bro. Roger Speers officiating and assisted by Bro. John Heath. Interment will follow at the Garden of Memory Cemetery in Colbert, Okla. with Ronald Washer, Bob Krueger, Chuck Townsend, Dub Porterfield, Nathan Brixey and Charlie Geiger serving as pallbearers. Family will receive friends on Tuesday, April 15, 2014 from 6 - 8 p.m. at the Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers the family request that donations be sent to the Platter Baptist Church. Online condolences can be made to the family at www.brownsfuneralservice.com. Arrangements are under the direction of Brown's Funeral Service, Durant. Read Obituary
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DENISON - Bobby R. Rubarts, age 79, of Denison passed peacefully from this life on April 12, 2014. He was born in Whitewright, Texas on May 11, 1934, the son of Mr. and Mrs. B.W. Rubarts. Bobby attended Whitewright High School and was a graduate of Baylor University. He was married to Naomi Yowell of Sherman on February 24, 1956. He was predeceased by Naomi in August, 2012 after 56 years of marriage. She credited him with the attainment of everything she had ever dreamed of having or being. He considered this to be his most meaningful lifetime accomplishment. He was a member of First Baptist Church of Sherman for over two decades and has maintained many friendships from there, but most recently was a member of a non-denominational church. Jack R. Taylor of Melbourne, Florida was his long time pastor and spiritual overseer. As the top economics student when he graduated from Baylor, he was recruited and offered a scholarship to obtain his doctorate in economics from Purdue University. He chose instead to accept a position with Sinclair Oil as a management trainee. Bobby later became a general manager of a wholesale auto parts distributorship in Sherman. Within a year he became CEO and was also co-founder of a management services company. Five years later both companies were acquired by a San Antonio based firm. He stayed on as manager for another year before leaving to start a management services company and wholesale auto parts distributorship in Sherman. He was also the majority shareholder of three corporations that owned and operated five auto parts stores in Texas and Oklahoma. He was a cofounder and President of Christian Tape Ministries in Sherman. In addition to a cassette tape lending library which was available through volunteers, he and his associates provided Christian counseling services without cost to recipients. Bobby and Naomi enjoyed travel and an active social life, but their priority was their four children. They taught leadership skills by example. They conveyed to them that they had capabilities not everyone enjoyed and they should aspire to be leaders rather than followers. Their greatest desire was for each of them to enjoy a sense of security and to love and honor the Lord Jesus Christ and be directed by the Holy Spirit in all they do. Bobby was predeceased by his wife, Naomi, his parents, his oldest brother Leon, Leon's wife, Josephine and his only sister's husband, Fred Crockett. He is survived by his four children, Becky Rubarts Freeman and husband, Doug of Houston, Bobby Mark Rubarts and wife, Cary- Elisa of Dallas, Barry Lynn Rubarts of Sherman, and Brian Cory Rubarts and wife, Tammy of Plano. He is also survived by grandchildren, Michael, Jonathan, Emily, Benjamin, Sophia and Lillian, brother, Glen Rubarts and wife, Trula of Clovis, California, sister, Glenda Rubarts Crockett of Sherman and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Interment was beside Naomi at Oak Hill Cemetery in Whitewright under the auspices of Waldo Funeral Home. Graveside service was for immediate family members only. Memorials may be made in honor of Emily to Purple Songs Can Fly, 4203 Yoakum Boulevard, Suite 200, Houston, Texas, 77006, in honor of Benjamin to Oak Hill Academy Learning Garden, 9407 Midway Road, Dallas, Texas, 75220, or to Master Potter Ministries, 6285 East Spring Street #212, Long Beach, California, 90808. Read Obituary
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VAN ALSTYNE - On April 4, 2014, Johnny Stanley passed away after a brief battle with cancer. He was born on October 20, 1957, the eldest of twin boys, to Bob Stanley and Shirley Adams Stanley. Johnny grew up and attended schools in Sherman. He attended church at St. Mary's Catholic Church. He married Lora Fincher on August 1, 1982. They had two sons. Prior to his illness, he worked as a truck driver for Jerry's Trash Service in Van Alstyne. Previous employment included Billy's Country Trash, AAA Little John and Discount Steel Service. In addition to commercial driving, he was also a certified welder. Johnny will be remembered most for the simplicity in which he lived his life. He never desired to leave his hometown or his family. He was happy working, coming home and going to karaoke at the Elks Lodge on Friday nights. To him, Sundays were meant for visiting family he hadn't seen all week. He is survived by two sons, Aaron Stanley of Cleburne and Darrin Stanley, wife Kaylen, of Sweetwater; mother, Shirley Richardson, of Whitewright; sisters, Connie Stanley of Sherman, and Deborah Stanley, of Bells; twin brother, Ronny Stanley, wife Melissa, of Rogers, Ark.; brothers, Terry Stanley, Rodney Stanley, Mark Gann, and Mike Gann of Sherman; two grandchildren, Emma Robinson and Jayden Stanley of Sweetwater; and ten nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, Bob Stanley, mother, Dolores Stanley, and his son, Michael Gunter. At his request, no funeral arrangements are scheduled. Arrangements were under the direction of Waldo Funeral Home in Sherman. Read Obituary
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VAN ALSTYNE - On Friday, April 4, 2014 Johnny Stanley passed away after a brief battle with cancer. He was born on October 20, 1957, the eldest of twin boys, to Bob Stanley and Shirley Adams Stanley. Johnny grew up and attended schools in Sherman. He attended church at St. Mary's Catholic Church. He married Lora Fincher on August 1, 1982. They had two sons. Prior to his illness, he worked as a truck driver for Jerry's Trash Service in Van Alstyne. Previous employment included Billy's Country Trash, AAA Little John and Discount Steel Service. In addition to commercial driving, he was also a certified welder. Johnny will be remembered most for the simplicity in which he lived his life. He never desired to leave his hometown or his family. He was happy working, coming home and going to karaoke at the Elks Lodge on Friday nights. To him, Sundays were meant for visiting family he hadn't seen all week. He is survived by two sons, Aaron Stanley of Cleburne and Darrin Stanley, wife Kaylen, of Sweetwater; mother, Shirley Richardson, of Whitewright; sisters, Connie Stanley of Sherman, and Deborah Stanley, of Bells; twin brother, Ronny Stanley, wife Melissa, of Rogers, Ariz.; brothers, Terry Stanley, Rodney Stanley, Mark Gann, and Mike Gann of Sherman; two grandchildren, Emma Robinson and Jayden Stanley of Sweetwater; and ten nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, Bob Stanley, mother, Dolores Stanley, and his son, Michael Gunter. At his request, no funeral arrangements are scheduled. Arrangements were under the direction of Waldo Funeral Home in Sherman. Read Obituary
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