Friday, June 21, 2024

Mound News

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Mound lost a dear wife, mother, wonderful grandmother, and sister.  Mrs. Nancy (Lois) Hopson Dixon, died Monday, Feb. 20, 2023. 

Funeral services were held on Saturday, Feb. 25, at White Mound Baptist Church Tabernacle.  Burial was in the Mound Cemetery.  Nancy was born Nov. 28, 1953, to the late Truett and Lois Cole Hopson of Mound.  Nancy Dixon will truly be missed by her husband, Kenneth Dixon, and her children, grandchildren, brothers, sisters and numerous nephews, nieces, and other relatives.

  The Elmo Winkler family lost its leader on Sunday, March 12.  He was surrounded by his family, and he will be greatly missed.  Elmo is survived by his wife of 60 years, Peggy Winkler. Three children; daughter, Susan Winkler Dossey and husband, John Dossey. Son, Mike Winkler and wife, Marci Winkler. Son, Matt Winkler and wife, Jill.  Seven grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, one brother, Glenn Winkler and wife, Mary, and numerous nephew and nieces.

  Gracyn and Hudson May of Gatesville spent Saturday night with Cheryl Ford. Cheryl Ford and her brother, Billy Bob Ford, took the Kids to the Topsey Exotic Animal drive-through.

  Jenson Kinnear celebrated his sixth birthday with friends and family at Mound Cowboy Church Saturday, March 18. It was toy story, Wild Kratt and Kirby themed, along with tons of glow sticks and a cake.  The party was given by his parents, Devan and Staci Kinnear.

  Carolyn Blakley has been recovering from breaking one of her legs.  She had surgery Friday and has been at home recovering.  Mrs. Bettie Blakley of Pearl has come to help Carolyn.

  Mrs. Betty McFarlin had Gaylene Smith, Jalene Sutton, Ellen Ann Gummelt, and Sue Jones Thursday for lunch.

  Colleen Palmer of Temple and Sue Jones visited Monday in Waco with Aunt Sugie Williamson.

  Rev. Bruce Cox of Robinson, Barbara Herndon, Doris Hoff of Gatesville, Ray and John Stephens, and Elizabeth and Benjamin Phillips were Sunday dinner guests of Martha Lawhorn.

  Martha Lawhorn and her grandson, Benjamin Phillips, attended a cattle sale in Crockett Saturday afternoon.

  John Paul Stephens and family of Flower Mound spent a few days with Ray and John Stephens.

  Those who had birthdays in the month of March were Alicia Reuter, Kelby Shults, Staci Combs, Gary Heavin, Cheryl Ford, Paul Hopson, Sherrie Barton, Beth Haines, Mary Sue Winkler, Lauren Goins, Keva Campos, Brance Spencer, Billye Rhudy, Jennifer Mann, Pat Schoenewolf, Rachel Hopson, Lou Ann Cashel, Nancy Suson, Samantha Penny, Cynthia Lynch, Sue Jones, Phillip Jones, Kelli Tatum, Corey Ayres, Karen George, Allison Hopson, Sara Poynter, Ronnie Harris, Angie Cupps and Ray Evetts.