David Maxie, age 62, of Murphy, Texas, passed away December 27, 2013, in Plano, Texas. David was born July 27, 1951, in Zwolle, Louisiana, to Arvil and Aline (Coan) Maxie. He married Marleen Ballard on April 14, 1973, in Hobbs, New Mexico. David was an avid bass fisherman and hunter. He was baptized in Jesus Christ in June of 2013. David loved his three granddaughters dearly. He was a wonderful husband, father, and grandfather.
He is survived by his wife, Marleen Maxie of Murphy, Texas; daughter, Angela Jackson and husband, Ty also of Murphy; son, Paul Maxie and wife, Rendi of Longview, Texas; granddaughters, Abigail, Olivia, and Sophia; sisters, Mae Chick and husband, Jerry of Big Lake, Texas, Linda Morse and husband, Billy of Malakoff, Texas, and Debra Bolen and husband, Roy of Midland, Texas; brothers, Charles Starnes and wife, Betty of Knox City, Texas, Bobby Maxie and wife, Cheryl of Garden City, Texas, and Sammy Starnes of Cody, Wyoming.
Betty Eurthia Siegenthaler entered her heavenly home on Saturday, December 21, 2013. She is now walking hand in hand with her husband, Mack.
Funeral services were held Monday, December 23, 2013 at First Baptist Church in Big Lake at 2:00p.m. J.B. Bitner and Gerald Bastin officiated. She was laid to rest in Glen Rest Cemetery in Big Lake.
Our beloved Wayne went home to be with the Lord while surrounded by family at his home in Big Lake, Texas on Monday, December 9, 2013. He was born in Carlton, Texas to James Druid and Nan Levena Jones on September 20, 1931.
Wayne was a servant of the Lord and a member of the First United Methodist Church of Big Lake. He had served his community for twelve years as City Councilman at the City of Big Lake. He was a veteran of the military, serving in the United States Army at Fort Bliss from February 1952, until his medical discharge in August 1952, after suffering for many months with rheumatic fever.
BIG LAKE - , 22, died Thursday, Dec. 12 in an automobile accident south of Alpine, Texas.
He was born on Easter Sunday, March 31, 1991 in Austin, Texas. Although he was with us only a short time, he touched many lives. He was always willing to lend a helping hand. He loved the outdoors and always wanted to be on the family ranch near Comstock helping with all the ranch work.