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This page is dedicated to those members who have passed on to Heaven One. Please let us know if you have any information that we can use on this page by sending an email to:

Mike Burton

Our Loved Ones have gone
before us to prepare a place
for us; We all shall rejoice
with them in the presence
of our Lord.

Name Date of Death
Patrick Walsh 1/7/2019

Clyde Dale Morgan 8/14/2018
Clyde is survived by his wife Gloria and children. Kathy Pizana Morgan and David Morgan of San Antonio, and 7 grandchildren He retired from the Army after 20 years and was a Viet Nam Vet. He loved military history. He was a member of TX XXI Blue Knights motorcycle club since 2004. His hope was to get healthy again so he could continue riding. He was proceeded in death by his oldest son, Shawn last year, two brothers and his parents. Clyde loved his family and will be greatly missed.

Monte C. Grimes 4/11/2016

Dick Erwin 1/15/2016
Dick K. Erwin, 78, passed from this life into the presence of his Lord and Savior on January 15, 2016. He was born January 13, 1938 in Upshur County, TX to John H. Erwin and Ada Simpson Erwin. Dick is preceded in death by son, Alan Kent Erwin; by parents, John H. Erwin and Ada Erwin; by brothers John H. Erwin, Jr. and Jack D. Erwin and step-son, Mike Naylor. He is survived by his wife of 31 years, Linda Erwin; children: Sandra Brayer (Corey), Kristy Brandt (Kevin), David Erwin (Paula), and their mother Opal Erwin, step-son William Fulghum, 9 grandchildren, 3 great grandchildren, nieces and nephews. After graduating from Harmony High School and one year at Texas A&M University, Dick served in the U.S. Army before transferring to the Texas National Guard where he served an additional twenty-seven years attaining the rank of Command Sergeant Major. He joined the Dallas Police Department in 1963 and retired in 1995, the last twenty-eight years of which were spent as a motorcycle officer. During this time he also graduated from Sam Houston State University. After retirement from the City of Dallas, he joined the Ellis County Sheriff’s Department where he served for three years before complete retirement. A man of great faith, Dick loved to ride his motorcycle, to work in his garden, to travel to historic places and spend time with family and friends.

Dick was a member of the Blue Knights Law Enforcement motorcycle Club Chapter TX XXI in Waxahachie.

Billy Farrell 1/13/2014

Cloratho Reamy 12/6/2010

James Parmley 9/25/2010

Arthur Guy 3/31/2009

Dan Mosier 8/20/2002



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