Rojelio Garcia, Sr.
Friday, 10AM


(Rockdale) Rojelio Garcia, Sr., 60 of Sharp, died last Friday at his home. Mass will be 10AM Friday at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Rockdale, with burial to follow in Sharp Cemetery. Visitation will be Thursday from 1-8PM, with Rosary at 7PM, at Phillips and Luckey Funeral Home in Rockdale. Mr. Garcia was born in Brownfield and worked as a water proofer for A-Tex Waterproofing. Survivors include:

Wife:
       Gloria Garcia of Sharp

Daughters:
       Regina Garcia Criswell and husband Jordan of Wichita Falls
       Ariel Garcia of Sharp
       Elisa Garcia of Sharp

Sons:
       Atilano Garcia of Temple
       Rojelio Garcia, Jr. of Sharp

Brothers:
       James Garcia
       Robert Garcia
       Nasario Garcia, Jr. all of Sharp
       Jimmy Garcia of Tahoka

Sisters:
       Maria Alonzo
       Patricia Alonzo both of Sharp

9 grandchildren also survive.
Phillips & Luckey Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.


Louise Young
Saturday


(Rockdale) Louise Young, 71 of Rockdale, died Sunday at her home. Services are Saturday at Phillips and Luckey Funeral Home in Rockdale. Visitation will be from 1PM until the service. Mrs. Young was born in Minnesota and graduated from school in Hawaii. She lived in Rockdale the past 42 years. She worked in the Tobacco Barn at Brookshire Brothers for 12 years. Survivors include:

Daughters:
       Tina Field of Spring
       Lisa Dockall and husband Larry of Waco
       Jennifer Hales and husband Brad of Georgetown
       Jessica Skrhak and husband Mark of Rockdale
       Jodie Skrhak and husband Michael of Rockdale

Son:
       Johnny Schmitz and wife Ashley of Alabama

Step-Son:
       Steve Young of Ft. Worth

Cousin:
       Karen Logan of New Mexico

Best Friend:
       Mary Henderson of Wichita Falls

15 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren with one on the way also survive.
Phillips & Luckey Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.


Kevin Harmon
Saturday, 11AM


(Cameron) Kevin Randolph Harmon, 69 of Cameron, died Saturday at his home. Services will be 11AM Saturday at Marek Burns Laywell Funeral Home, with burial to follow in Greathouse Cemetery in Temple. Visitation will be 1 hour prior to the service. Mr. Harmon was born in Kentucky and graduated from Copperas Cove High School. He attended Temple Junior College and graduated from the University of Texas in Austin. He was a partner at Dusek Pharmacy in Cameron, retiring in 2008. He was also a founding member of the Cameron Volunteer Ambulance Service in 1981, member of the Texas Pharmacy Association, Board of Directors for Central Texas Hospital, and Board of Directors for Cameron Housing Authority. Survivors include:

Wife:
       Betty of Cameron

Children:
       Colby Harmon and wife Paula of Austin
       Celeste Adams and husband Andrew of CO        
       Karen Munns of Richardson

Brother:       
       Bruce Harmon and wife Ann of Kempner

4 grandchildren also survive.
Marek-Burns-Laywell Funeral Home of Cameron is in charge of arrangements.

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