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Nash Jackan Funeral Homes Inc Bruce Chapel

125 East Arthur Avenue
Bruce, WI 54819
(715) 868-4155
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Gary Strawn

Monday, June 26, 2017

Gary Bruce Strawn Sr., 68, passed on June 1, 2017, at home in Crowley, Texas. Gary was born on January 17, 1949, in Paris, Texas to the late Walter L. Strawn and Billie R. Sampley.Gary “The Old Man” was a loving Father, Grandfather (Pops or Papa) and friend. He had a lifelong love for drag racing and for his ’67 Camaro which was his prized possession. He was an Elvis fanatic and Graceland was his favorite place to be. He loved being with family, watching his grandchildren and great-grandchildren, they were the absolute joy of his life.He is survived by his son: Gary Bruce Strawn Jr. and his wife, Wendy of Joshua, TX; daughter: Tobi L. Shepherd-Strawn and her wife, Ann of Henderson, NV; seven grandchildren: Cody Burns and his wife, Courtney, Taylor Thomas and her fiancé, Keegan Ivins, Savannah Shepherd, Shelby Strawn, Sydnie Strawn, Madison Thomas and Shyanne Strawn; two great-grandchildren: Bentley Burns and Adalyn Ivins; sister, Susan McGinty and her husband, David; along with numerous...

Henry J. Pennartz - Times Record News

Monday, June 19, 2017

Wichita Falls, and Roy Pennartz of Windthorst; one sister, Helen O’Niel of  Florida; twenty-six grandchildren; and numerous great-grandchildren.He was preceded in death by two sons, Clyde and Bruce; two daughters-in-law, Frances Pennartz and Neoma Pennartz; five sisters and four brothers.The family suggests memorials to Hospice of Wichita Falls, 4909 Johnson Road, Wichita Falls, Texas 76310 or the American Red Cross Blood Center 1809 5th Street, Wichita Falls, Texas 76301.Read or Share this story: http://wtrne.ws/2sHDDFy...

Ingram remembered as loving grandfather, hard worker - Effingham Daily News

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Diss. “He did all the major work. He was the heart and soul of the business.”Diss said as far as the repair business goes, he's not sure what his future holds. Ingram's brother, Bruce, will be stepping up to help.“I could never replace him,” said Diss. “I don't know for sure what I'm going to do yet. There are a lot of unanswered questions.”Ingram's sister, Melissa White, said the two were close growing up, but hadn't seen each other in several years.“He took me for my driver's test,” said White. “He would take me fishing. He had a big heart. He would do anything for anybody.”White, who lives in Neoga, said they had a large family with 13 siblings who are now across the U.S. Lowell Ingram also has a twin brother, Lyle.“You just don't realize how precious life is,” said White. “I've been in touch with his kids today and I heard how he was crazy about his grandkids.”A friend, Zennia Snow of St. Peter, said Ingram was a loving father and grandfather and when he wasn't being a mechanic, he loved to fish.Funeral arrangements are being handled by Pagel Funeral Home in Edgewood. No details were available Wednesday.Contact Dawn Schabbing at dawn.schabbing@effinghamdailynews.com or 217-347-7151, ext. 138...

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Gary Strawn

Monday, June 26, 2017

Gary Bruce Strawn Sr., 68, passed on June 1, 2017, at home in Crowley, Texas. Gary was born on January 17, 1949, in Paris, Texas to the late Walter L. Strawn and Billie R. Sampley.Gary “The Old Man” was a loving Father, Grandfather (Pops or Papa) and friend. He had a lifelong love for drag racing and for his ’67 Camaro which was his prized possession. He was an Elvis fanatic and Graceland was his favorite place to be. He loved being with family, watching his grandchildren and great-grandchildren, they were the absolute joy of his life.He is survived by his son: Gary Bruce Strawn Jr. and his wife, Wendy of Joshua, TX; daughter: Tobi L. Shepherd-Strawn and her wife, Ann of Henderson, NV; seven grandchildren: Cody Burns and his wife, Courtney, Taylor Thomas and her fiancé, Keegan Ivins, Savannah Shepherd, Shelby Strawn, Sydnie Strawn, Madison Thomas and Shyanne Strawn; two great-grandchildren: Bentley Burns and Adalyn Ivins; sister, Susan McGinty and her husband, David; along with numerous...

Henry J. Pennartz - Times Record News

Monday, June 19, 2017

Wichita Falls, and Roy Pennartz of Windthorst; one sister, Helen O’Niel of  Florida; twenty-six grandchildren; and numerous great-grandchildren.He was preceded in death by two sons, Clyde and Bruce; two daughters-in-law, Frances Pennartz and Neoma Pennartz; five sisters and four brothers.The family suggests memorials to Hospice of Wichita Falls, 4909 Johnson Road, Wichita Falls, Texas 76310 or the American Red Cross Blood Center 1809 5th Street, Wichita Falls, Texas 76301.Read or Share this story: http://wtrne.ws/2sHDDFy...

Ingram remembered as loving grandfather, hard worker - Effingham Daily News

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Diss. “He did all the major work. He was the heart and soul of the business.”Diss said as far as the repair business goes, he's not sure what his future holds. Ingram's brother, Bruce, will be stepping up to help.“I could never replace him,” said Diss. “I don't know for sure what I'm going to do yet. There are a lot of unanswered questions.”Ingram's sister, Melissa White, said the two were close growing up, but hadn't seen each other in several years.“He took me for my driver's test,” said White. “He would take me fishing. He had a big heart. He would do anything for anybody.”White, who lives in Neoga, said they had a large family with 13 siblings who are now across the U.S. Lowell Ingram also has a twin brother, Lyle.“You just don't realize how precious life is,” said White. “I've been in touch with his kids today and I heard how he was crazy about his grandkids.”A friend, Zennia Snow of St. Peter, said Ingram was a loving father and grandfather and when he wasn't being a mechanic, he loved to fish.Funeral arrangements are being handled by Pagel Funeral Home in Edgewood. No details were available Wednesday.Contact Dawn Schabbing at dawn.schabbing@effinghamdailynews.com or 217-347-7151, ext. 138...