Obit for W.J. LaFever in Amarillo Globe-News
I am not related to this person that I know of but thought someone out there may be related in some way. Thought I would post his obit to help reserchers of family.
Posted in Amarillo Globe-News Monday,October 22,2001
W.J."Red" LaFever,88,died Saturday,Oct.20,2001.Sevices were Tuesday in Sunray Baptist Church with the Rev. Philip Hilton, pastor, Officiating. Burial was in Lane Memorial Cemetery by Morrison Funeral Directors of Dumas.
Mr.LaFever had been a Moore County resident since 1944. He was a veteran of the Army. He was born 6 Sep 1913 in Hardeman Co. He married Dorothy Blackman on 8 May 1937 in Eldorado,Okla. He was a deputy sheriff for Moore Co. for 23 years & was a member of Sunray Baptist Church.
He wa preceded in death by his wife in 1998.
Survivors include two Daughters,one of Amarillo one of Sunray,a brother of Lubbock,TX; two grandsons one of Sunray & one of San Antonio;two granddaughters of Amarillo,two Gr grandaughters one of Amarillo & one of Sunray.
Anyone wanting copy of obit email me & I will email you a copy. The names of survivors is listed in obit but don't want to post them on internet.Picture is also in obit.
Hope this helps someone out there. Debbie