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CAMERON—Funeral services for Maurice Scarborough Heitman, 96, of Cameron were held Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2009, at Marek- Burns-Laywell Funeral Home in Cameron. Burial followed in Oak Hill Cemetery.

Mrs. Heitman died Saturday, Aug. 8, at her home.

A homemaker, she was born July 12, 1913, in the Ad Hall community of Milam County to J. Hardie and Prudence (Hall) Scarborough.

Mrs. Heitman was a graduate of C.H. Yoe High School.

She married Joseph J. Heitman on Jan. 27, 1937, and he preceded her in death in 1989.

Mrs. Heitman was a member of First Baptist Church in Cameron, Daughters of the American Revolution, the China Porcelain Club, Cameron Garden Club and the Fluer de Lis.

She was also preceded in death by a son, Bobby; three sisters, Mable Patillo, Inez Phillips, Lucille Bailey; a brother, Feaster Scarborough; and a grandson-inlaw, Justin Lynch.

Survivors include a son, Jerry A. Heitman and wife Carol of Cameron; a daughter, Cheryl Heitman Synatzske and husband David of Sandia; a daughter-inlaw, Jane Heitman of Angleton; five grandchildren, Stacey Kanak and husband Gary of Sandia, Jennifer Rodriguez and husband Randy of Agua Dulce, Brian Synatzke and wife Cara of Little Elm, Jason Heitman and wife Tiffany of Midland, Kimberly Lynch of Mesquite; and a great-grandchild, Logan Kanak.

Memorials may be made to First Baptist Church of Cameron Building Fund or to the Alzheimer's Association.


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