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Burkburnett Flower Shops
109 N Ave D
Burkburnett, TX 76354
Burkburnett TX News
Apr 22, 2016
Brenda L. Thames
Apr. 20, 2016 after a long battle with Cancer. She was born December 20, 1958 in Lansdale, PA to John and Anna Bottos. Brenda graduated from Burkburnett High School in 1977 and graduated from the Vernon College Nursing School in 2005 to become a licensed LVN.
Brenda was an avid supporter of the National Wildlife Federation and an outdoor enthusiast. She loved long hikes through the forest and mountains, from the trails of the Wichita Mountains to the majestic scenery of the Rocky Mountains of New Mexico and Colorado. Her love of the many songs of John Denver compelled her to the first of many visits to Colorado. Her favorite season was fall with the many colors and ending of the Texas heat. She loved Christmas and decorating the house with her many snowmen. Brenda was also an avid reader with many favorite authors. She loved to cook and even had a couple of her recipes published in a national food magazine. Her love of cats began when she was a little girl and she took care of any that came her way. Brenda was fond of antiques and had the most fun during the thrill of the hunt — be it a flea market, antique store or garage sale. Her greatest love, however, was for her family; husband David, son Christoph... (Times Record News)Feb 3, 2016
Thursday, February 4, 2016 at Edgemere Church of Christ, with Joe Williams, Ken Holsberry and Michael Harbour officiating. Burial will follow at the Burkburnett Cemetery under the direction of Lunn's Colonial Funeral Home.
The family will receive visitors from 6:00-8:00 p.m., Wednesday, February 3, 2016 at the funeral home.
Paul was born on September 2, 1933 in Spring Hill, Tennessee to Walter B. and Rosa Bell (Smith) Avrit. Paul was in the Army from 1953 to 1956 during the Korean War. He spent 32 years working for Sears in Wichita Falls in retail sales. He also owned Farmers Feed for five years. Paul was active in the community and was on the board of directors for Sonshine House for many years, he ran the bus ministry at the Burkburnett Church of Christ for fourteen years, he was on the board of directors for the Quartz Mountain Christian Camp for 12 years, was on the Burkburnett City Council for six years and was an active member of the Sunrise Optimist Club. Paul was preceded in death by his parents Walter B. and Rosa Bell Avrit; his stepmother Jennie Mae; his sisters Catherine Klein, Ida Mae Haislip and Nannie Margaret Avrit; and brothers Carl, Bobby Ray, Bernie and Harold Avrit.
He is survived by his loving wife of 58 years, Paula Avrit of Ennis, Texas; son Tim Avrit and wife Karen of Corsicana, Texas... (Times Record News)Feb 2, 2016
BURKBURNETT — Susan Mary Mitchell Hutchison, 66, passed away Friday, January 15, 2016 at her daughter's home in Rowlett, Texas surrounded by her loving family.
Sue was born September 22, 1949 in Plymouth, England to William and Lilian Mitchell. After finishing school and moving to Germany to work in a hospital, she met William Hutchison who was serving as a medic in the Army. They married December 14, 1968 and shared 41 great years until his death in 2009. Together they opened the Hutch Flowers & Gifts of Burkburnett in 1976, and Sue was the smiling face that greeted and helped customers for almost 40 years. An avid reader that served as President of the Burkburnett Library Board, she especially loved cooking, her daily cup of hot tea, loving and worrying over her grandkids, going on cruises, watching Survivor or Amazing Race, and keeping up with politics.
She is survived by daughter, Penny Greeno and husband David of Rowlett; daughter, Nana Gregg and husband Don of Rowlett; grandc... (Times Record News)Jan 8, 2016
William Boucher Jr.
Wichita Falls High School. He was endeared as "Mr. Boucher, the best substitute". Bill also enjoyed being a substitute for Burkburnett ISD for 14 years. Bill was happiest when he was at church. He was a dedicated choir member and Sunday school teacher, serving in the nursery, elementary children, youth, and senior adults. Since 2006, he has been an active member of First United Methodist Church in Wichita Falls, singing in the choir, serving as a choir officer, teaching the Keystone Class, and serving on the Adult Council.
Bill's hobby was gardening. He always had a yard full of seasonal flowers that were adored by neighbors and passersby. His favorite Christmas tradition was being Santa Claus at the Kell House. He was producer of various musicals at the Wichita Theatre and Backdoor Theatre and writer and producer for First Baptist Church's Living Christmas tree five years in a row. Bill was a very compassionate man who loved people and was actively interested in the welfare of his friends. The loves of his life were his grandchildren and he loved being called "Pop Pop".
Bill was preceded in death by his parents, Olive and Lee Boucher; and his granddaughter, Madiline Arainia Newell.
He is survived by his wife, Karlene Boucher; his daughter, Ashely and Jeannot Jonte-Boucher of Grand Prairie; daughter, Bethany and Aaron Newell of Wichita Falls; sister, JaNella and Lynn Savage of Kyle; beloved niece, Markita Savage of Kyle; nephew, Mark and Loni Savage of San Antonio; great-nephew, Hunter Savage-Pierce; grandchildren, Caleb Newell, and Abigail Newell; and a host of loving friends.
Serving as Pallbearers will be his lifelong friends, William Breland, Ed Daniels, Lee Grace, Noros Martin, Elton Milford, and Bill Niles.
The family will receive friends from 7 until 8 p.m. Friday, January 8, 2016 at Owens & Brumley Funeral Home of Wichita Falls. For those desiring, memorials may be made to the Music Ministry of First United Methodist Church, 10th & Travis, Wichita Falls, TX 76301. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.owensandbrumley.com
... (Times Record News)Dec 30, 2015
Wanda was the youngest of the six kids and grew up a strong, independent woman, ready to take on the world. She graduated from Burkburnett High School in 1946. After graduation, Wanda moved to Oklahoma City where she would fall in love with her husband, Bill Jones.
Bill and Wanda moved to Wichita Falls, Texas, in 1957 and Wanda began working in Civil Service at Sheppard Air Force Base.
Wanda and Bill started a family in 1951 and had a baby boy named Paul Glen Jones. A few years later, Paul would become a big brother to another little boy, Clay and a feisty little sister, Malinda.
The three kids would grow up with a loving mom who taught them the importance of family and values. She was an incredible mother. She taught them all how to be strong, resilient, loving and caring.
Wanda loved family. She became a grandmother in 1976 and from then on, it was all about the grandkids. Christmas, birthdays and special weekends were the happiest of times for the Jones family.
Wanda retired in 1995 and moved to Yukon, Oklahoma in 1997. Since then, she was always near friends and family and attended 1st United Methodist Church of Yukon, Oklahoma. She was active in the Methodist Women's Group and loved her Genesis Sunday school class.
On December 17, 2015, the Lord decided it was time to promote Wanda from mother, grandmother and great grandmother to angel. He was in need of an angel who could cook up the best fried chicken and could tell Him wonderful... (Times Record News)