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Funeral Announcements





June McKinley

June 24, 1933 - April 14, 2017


Funeral services for June Bourne McKinley, age 83, of Houston and formerly of

Marquez are set for 11 AM, Tuesday, April 18, 2017 at the Marquez Baptist

Church in Marquez. Bro. Charlie Robinson, pastor of the Marquez Baptist

Church will officiate and burial will follow in the Marquez Cemetery. There

will be no visitation or viewing. Services are under the direction of Walters

Funeral Home in Centerville.

June McKinley was born June 24, 1933 in Houston, Texas to Maurice Walter

and Roberta Esther (Martindale) Bourne. She was a Christian. She taught art for

a while and was the Director of the non-profit Kidney Foundation in Corpus

Christi, Texas. She was a founding member of the "Bayfest" in Corpus Christi

that is now an annual event. June also was involved in a "Musk Ox Revival

Program" in the state of Alaska during the 1970's. While living in Marquez, she

helped to found a public library that is named after her mother.

June was preceded in death by her parents and by her daughter, Cynthia Joan

Gordon. Surviving family includes four sons, Charles John McKinley,

Christopher James McKinley of Houston, Carlton Joseph McKinley of Bastrop

and Curtis Jason McKinley of Houston; three brothers, Dudley Bourne of

Arizona, Maurice Bourne of Marquez and Cecil M. Bourne of Corpus Christi; a

sister, Martha Whinery of Drippings, Texas; twelve grandchildren and three

great grandchildren.


Graciela Gonzalez

April 27, 1960 - April 10, 2017


Graciela Gonzalez was born in Durango, Mexico on April 27, 1960. She had

lived in Buffalo, Texas for the past 35 years. She enjoyed cooking for her

family and talking on the telephone to her friends and relatives. She passed

away in Tyler, Texas on April 10, 2017.

A Requiem Mass is set for 9:00 am, Friday, April 21, 2017 at St. Kateri

Tekakwitha Catholic Church in Buffalo. Burial will be in the Buffalo

Cemetery. On Thursday evening, a visitation is scheduled at the Walters'

Buffalo Funeral Home from 6:00 pm until 7:30 pm with a Rosary held at

7:30 pm.

Mrs. Gonzales is survived by her mother, Fidela Perez of Buffalo; sons,

Pablo Gonzales, Jr. and Aron Gonzales, both of Buffalo; a daughter, Laura

Gonzales (Eduardo) of Buffalo; brothers, Rodolfo Gonzalez of Buffalo and

Pedro Sanchez, Gerardo Gonzalez and Juan Gonzalez all of Mexico; sisters,

Tomsa Gonzalez and Martha Duran, both of Buffalo and four grandchildren.

Walters' Buffalo Funeral Home in Buffalo, Texas is in charge of all

arrangements.


Connie Dee Regan

July 19, 1961 - April 13, 2017


Connie Dee Regan, age 55, of Iola, passed away on April 13,

2017 in College Station, Texas.

She was born on July 19, 1961 in Houston, Texas to William

Jessy & Florence Annette (Phillips) Montgomery.

Connie graduated from Madisonville C.I.S.D. in 1979 and

worked as a Customer Service Analyst for the City of College

Station.

She enjoyed arts, crafts, painting and journaling.

Connie especially loved spending time with her grandson.

She had a lot of friends and a big family, all of whom with she

loved to spend time and visit.

Connie was preceded in death by her father, William

Montgomery.

She is survived by mother, Florence Montgomery; son, Noah

Regan (wife, Ciera) of Aris, PA; daughter, Nicole Regan of

College Station; brother, Jessy Andrew "Drew" Montgomery

(wife, Kathy) of New Braunfels and sisters, Tracy Carter

(husband, James Otis) and Monica Porras (husband, Luis) of

College Station.

Connie is also survived by her grandson, Israel Regan and one

grandchild on the way.

Madisonville Funeral Home in Madisonville, Texas is in charge

of all arrangements.



Nancy Ann Whited

November 1, 1960 - April 15, 2017


Graveside services for Nancy Whited, age 56, of Buffalo, will be held at 2

P.M., Thursday, April 20, 2017 at Lummus Cemetery in rural Leon County,

Texas.

A public visitation will take place from 6 P.M. to 8 P.M. on Wednesday,

April 19th at the Walters' Buffalo Funeral Home.

Nancy Ann Whited was born on November 1, 1960 in Dallas, Texas to James

Earl & Lola Amanda (Penland) Whited.

She held many jobs throughout her life, the latest being the Donut Palace in

Buffalo.

Although Nancy had no children of her own, she considered her nieces and

nephews as her children.

She loved to spend time with them, as well as all of her family.

Nancy's greatest quality was her giving nature.

She would go without many things if it meant helping someone in need.

Nancy had been a lifelong resident of Buffalo and was Baptist in faith.

She passed away on April 15, 2017 in Buffalo, Texas.

Nancy was preceded in death by her mother and all of her grandparents.

Surviving family members include father, James Earl Whited of Lancaster;

sisters, Brenda Kay Morin & Susan Lynn Whited both of Buffalo; nieces,

Malina Gail Morin, Amanda Lynn Ramirez and Ana Christina Gonzalez and

nephews, Karl Douglas Woods, Willie Frank Woods, Dennis Ray Sandoval

and Gilbert Luna Barco.

Nancy is also survived by two great nieces; eight great nephews and

numerous cousins and friends.

Walters' Buffalo Funeral Home in Buffalo is in charge of all arrangements.