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Funeral Announcements





Clarence Alfred Voisin

June 7, 1929 - February 13, 2017


Funeral services for Clarence Voisin, age 87, of Buffalo, Texas, will

be held at 2 P.M., Sunday, February 19, 2017 at the Walters' Buffalo

Funeral Home in Buffalo, Texas.

Bro. Billy Bob Evans will officiate the service.

Interment with military honors provided by the U.S. Marine Corps

will follow the service at the Russell Cemetery.

A public visitation will take place on Saturday, February 18th from

6 P.M. to 8 P.M. at the funeral home.

Clarence Alfred Voisin was born on June 7, 1929 in Houston, Texas

to Samuel Clarence Nolte & Ora Belle Voisin.

He made his living working as a retail salesman.

Clarence sold and serviced vending machines, juke boxes, pool

tables, and pin ball machines.

Playing cards and dominoes were his favorite hobbies, as well as

poker and reading the occasional western.

Clarence loved children and was known to give them a one dollar

bill as a gift.

He had lived in the Buffalo area for the past sixty years.

Clarence passed away on February 13, 2017 in Teague, Texas.

He was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Bonnie (McLeod)

Voisin: son, Tommie Alfred Voisin and step-father, Buck Choate.

Surviving family members include son, Billy Jim Brotherton (Tina)

of Freestone; daughters, Sheri Reed (David) of Fairfield, Jill

Robinson (Glenn) of Donie and Carla Ann Freeman of Waco; seven

grandchildren; six step-grandchildren; ten great grandchildren;

thirteen step-great grandchildren and two great, great grandchildren.

Clarence is also survived by his brother-in-law Johnny McLeod

(Hilda) of Fairfield; several nieces, nephews, cousins and

special friends Phylis Hayes and her children, Sandy Murphy, Linda

Ryan, and Sadie Jo Vaughn. Pallbearers will be Will Brotherton, Travis Brotherton, Marshall

Robinson, Michael Fulmer, Kyle Freeman, James Reed and Kerry

"Lilman" Gibson.

Honorary pallbearers will be Larry Maxwell and Joey "Red"

Winters.

The family of Clarence Voisin would like to extend their sincere

thanks to all of the staff of Virginia's Hospice, Copper Creek

Nursing Home, Fairfield Nursing and Rehabilitation, and Teague

Nursing Home, as well as, Dr. Michael Orms for their excellent

care.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Virginia's

Hospice, contact@virginiashospice.com,

the Disabled American Charitable Service Trust (DAV Charitable

Service Trust), 3725 Alexandria Pike, Cold Spring, KY 41076 or

https://cst.dav.org/donate/Default.aspx, or the charity of your

choice



Emory Fain McDuffie

September 8, 1929 - February 9, 2017


Emory Fain McDuffie, 87, of Cross passed away peacefully at

home on February 9, 2017. He was born in Cross, TX, on Sept 8,

1929, to William Fleming McDuffie and Winnie Alice Franklin

McDuffie. At the age of 17, Emory served his country by joining

the Air Force and attained the rank of staff sergeant. He was

head bombardier on a B36 and served his country for two tours

of duty during the Korean War. He was a carpenter and built

many of the homes in the Cross and Iola area. Emory was a

faithful deacon at Cross Baptist Church for most of his adult life

and was an excellent Bible scholar. He was a member of the

Bedias Masonic Lodge, was a volunteer fireman in Iola, and

served on the Iola School Board during the 70's. He enjoyed the

outdoors, fishing on the Navasota River, hunting, life on the

farm, and spending time with his family, grandchildren, and

great grandchildren. He lived on his home place where McDuffie

reunions were held for over 60 years. He was the next to last of

11 children and was predeceased by three brothers and seven

sisters. He is survived by the mother of his children, Orita Hayes

McDuffie Tedder, three children, Sharie Watson and husband

Kent, Sally Johnson and husband Kevin, and Tim McDuffie and

wife Sissy, five grandchildren, Brandon Surface and wife

Danielle, Eric Surface, Cherie Brasuell and husband Timothy,

Ashley LaFlash and husband Kevin, and Scott McDuffie. He is

also survived by eight great-grandchildren, and many nieces,

nephews, cousins, and friends.

Serving as pallbearers:

Brandon Surface, Eric Surface, Scott McDuffie, Timothy

Brasuel, Charlie McDuffie, Vernon Eastepp, Larry Harvey and

Todd Buckner.

Honorary pallbearers: Ron Inman, Barney Clary, James Nevill

and Mason Nevill.

Visitation will be Sunday evening, Feb. 12, 2017, from 5-8 at

Madisonville Funeral Home, 1511 E Main, Madisonvill





Nejlah Magouirk

August 29, 1958 - February 10, 2017


Graveside funeral services for Nejlah Magouirk, age 58, of Buffalo have been

set for 3 PM, Wednesday, February 15, 2017 at the Keechi Cemetery east of

Buffalo. A visitation is scheduled for 6 PM through 8 PM on Tuesday

evening at the Walters' Buffalo Funeral Home.

Nejlah Magouirk was born August 29, 1958 in Houston, Texas to Lloyd

Griffith and Gloria Faye (Pate) Griffith. She was raised in Buffalo and

graduated from high school there. She lived in Dallas for many years and

worked as a supervisor for Muratech, a company that refurbished and sold fax

machines. She and her husband, James Dee Magouirk, moved back to Buffalo

about 15 years ago. For several years, she and James Dee owned an insurance

adjusting business and traveled all over the U.S. Nejlah enjoyed cooking and

eating healthy. She liked playing volleyball and was physically fit. She liked

to walk and loved all of her animals and was a real "country girl". Nejlah

passed away in Bryan on February 10, 2017. She was preceded in death by

her [parents: Lloyd Griffith and Gloria F. (Pate) Griffith Garner.

Surviving family includes her husband, James Dee Magouirk of Buffalo; son,

Carl Dee Magouirk of Dallas; daughter, Misti Charmaine Magouirk of Dallas;

brother, Raymond Allen Griffith of Madisonville and sister, Lisa Ann

(Garner) Burns of Buffalo.

Walters' Buffalo Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements





Emory Fain McDuffie

September 8, 1929 - February 9, 2017


Emory Fain McDuffie, 87, of Cross passed away peacefully at

home on February 9, 2017. He was born in Cross, TX, on Sept 8,

1929, to William Fleming McDuffie and Winnie Alice Franklin

McDuffie. At the age of 17, Emory served his country by joining

the Air Force and attained the rank of staff sergeant. He was

head bombardier on a B36 and served his country for two tours

of duty during the Korean War. He was a carpenter and built

many of the homes in the Cross and Iola area. Emory was a

faithful deacon at Cross Baptist Church for most of his adult life

and was an excellent Bible scholar. He was a member of the

Bedias Masonic Lodge, was a volunteer fireman in Iola, and

served on the Iola School Board during the 70's. He enjoyed the

outdoors, fishing on the Navasota River, hunting, life on the

farm, and spending time with his family, grandchildren, and

great grandchildren. He lived on his home place where McDuffie

reunions were held for over 60 years. He was the next to last of

11 children and was predeceased by three brothers and seven

sisters. He is survived by the mother of his children, Orita Hayes

McDuffie Tedder, three children, Sharie Watson and husband

Kent, Sally Johnson and husband Kevin, and Tim McDuffie and

wife Sissy, five grandchildren, Brandon Surface and wife

Danielle, Eric Surface, Cherie Brasuell and husband Timothy,

Ashley LaFlash and husband Kevin, and Scott McDuffie. He is

also survived by eight great-grandchildren, and many nieces,

nephews, cousins, and friends.

Serving as pallbearers:

Brandon Surface, Eric Surface, Scott McDuffie, Timothy

Brasuel, Charlie McDuffie, Vernon Eastepp, Larry Harvey and

Todd Buckner.

Honorary pallbearers: Ron Inman, Barney Clary, James Nevill

and Mason Nevill.

Visitation will be Sunday evening, Feb. 12, 2017, from 5-8 at

Madisonville Funeral Home, 1511 E Main, Madisonville