Colette Hameline

Dallas, Texas

1942 - 2012

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Colette..I am just learning about your passing today. All my childhood memories is wrapped around my family and yours. I can not think of many where our families weren't doing things together. You made my young child hood brighter with the fondest memories always. I still from this day, make hot spinach salad. One of my favorites. My love goes to all in the family and comfort to their time of need. You will never be gone Colette, because you will never be forgotten. I know once my family...

Mom Love and Miss you so much !!!!! You had always been our families ROCK and always will be in our hearts. Not a day goes by that I don't think or talk to you. Love you Always Dianna Drumm

I love you grandma you are and always will be a strong and amazing woman. You will always be missed but never forgotten!

May the love of family and friends be a source of comfort in this time of sorrow and may God give you strength to carry on with each passing day. Ps 18:2

I never forgot the years we spent making trouble, playing bingo,going to the movies and eating out...sometimes all in one night. Colette was a huge part of mu life for many years and I miss her in so many ways. My sympathy and prayers go out to her family.

There never was better friend, and no distance could keep us far apart. I can still hear her telling me to "get over it", but missing Colette will be very hard to "get over" Her family is in our thoughts and prayers. May we all be ever grateful she was in our lives.

Special Special Lady, God Bless you and comfort your family! Your laugh and humor always made my day!I miss you, and Jean and I are not even to Rockport yet.


We had some great times at the lake with Phil and Judy. You were a sweet lady and I will miss those Sunday afternoons at the lake

My deepest sympathy to the family. I only knew Colette for a short time but what a fun lady she was to be around. She was always up for a game of hand and foot. Will miss her at Rockport.

Jean and Ken Campbell


Colette's Obituaries

Of Rogers, Arkansas and Rockport, Texas, passed away December 4, 2012 at the age of 70. She was born June 28, 1942 to Lillian and Steve Brik of Omaha, Nebraska and graduated from Marian High School in 1959. She enjoyed a spontaneous life, filled with laughter and a love of travel and boating,...

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