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Mrs. Mary  Josephine  Willis  Edwards

Navasota, West End  neighborhood

September 23, 1944-----February  21, 2019

  Mary  leaves  a  legacy  through  her children,

 Tondra Thompson and Marcus Thompson;

and CBB Jay ;  three grandchildren;

 sisters,  Annie  W. Brooks, Lillian W. Wesley 

and Sallie W. Williams;

brothers, George Willis and Robert Willis;

and other collateral relatives.

She was preceded by her parents,  a sister, Mattie

and a  brother Eddie, and  a son, Dantè Ronrico;

and canine CBB "Baby Boy King Kong".

Mary was laid to rest, next to her husband,

Robert Earl Edwards,  in the Earl Frazier section of the

 City of  Navasota, Oakland Cemetery.



SAMMIE    LEE  BLACKSHEAR,  JR.

NOVEMBER 22, 1936---FEBRUARY  09, 2019

Sammie  married  Sylvesta Robinson of Grimes Co. Tx., creating a blended  family  of six .   Upon  his  demise , he  was  a  Trustee Board member of the  Stonehamville  United Methodist Church. 

He was predeceased by  his parents, daughters, Johnnie M. Robinson and Sheronda "Jeannie" Blackshear;  brothers, John, Charlie, Louis and Robert Blackshear;  sisters, Willie R. B. Nickerson and Oletha Blackshear- Payne; and in 2016, his wife Sylvesta .

He  leaves  cherished  memories  with  his  children ,  Jerry  Blackshear,  Kati  B. Rigsby,  Leola R. Taylor and  Leon Robinson;   four grandchildren,  two  great grandchildren ; sisters, Joyce, Lucille, Linda &  Gloria; brothers, Minor and Ronnie and   other collateral relatives  and  friends.

Sammie  was laid to rest  next to his wife, Sylvesta in the City of Navasota ( Oakland ) Cemetery,  Earl Frazier Section.

LINNEY

  Jack  Linney, Sr., 89, passed  Jan. 14, 2019 @ Hospice Brazos Valley, Bryan, Tx. , following a brief  illness.

He was a  resident of Navasota's Nursing & Rehab. Ctn.

Jack, Sr. served  his country,  during the Korean Conflict, with the U. S. Navy;  and  Honorably discharged, as a Machinst Mate.

Survivors include Jack C. Linney, Jr., Debra, Fawn and Chrystal Linney.

Mr. Linney was cremated the weekend of Jan.17, 2019.