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Services for Margaret Bryan, 87, of Lexington were held Monday, Jan. 18, 2010 at Faith Temple Church in Lexington with Rev. Doug Springer of Rockdale Full Gospel Church officiating. Burial was in Lexington Cemetery.

Mrs. Bryan died Saturday, Jan. 16, at Richards Memorial Hospital in Rockdale.

She was born Feb. 19, 1922, in Lee County to Lawrence Hooper and Hazel (Gay) Hooper.

She married Hugh Bryan on July 15, 1940, in Lexington.

Mrs. Bryan was a homemaker and lifelong resident of Lexington.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Hugh Bryan, on Aug. 19, 1990; and a sister, Marie Kotrla.

Survivors are two sons, Ronnie Bryan of Lexington, Randy Bryan of Fulshear; two daughters, Margaret Bexley and Pam Cox, both of Lexington; two brothers, Lawrence Hooper of Lexington, Earnest Hooper of New Hampshire; three sisters, Margie White and Earlene Peterson, both of Lexington, Judy Mundine of Cedar Park; 11 grandchildren, Keith Bexley, Kerry Bexley, Marty Bryan, Nathan Bryan, Candace Wa lch, A my Hobbs, Kend ra Smart, Justin Bryan, Drew Bryan, Lauren Frankeny and Lindsey Bryan; 20 great-grandchildren, Jordan Bexley, Amanda Bexley, Hailey Bexley, Larissa Abshire, Julian Bexley, Allyson Abshire, Madison Bexley, Magen Walch, McKaley Bryan, Grant Peimann, Colby Bexley, Kegan Walch, Kylie Hobbs, Madison Bryan, Kinsey Hobbs, Brooks Bryan, Lincoln Bryan, Ryker Frankeny, Brayden Bryan and Jace Bryan; and a great-great-granddaughter, Hayden Bexley.

Memorials may be made to Faith Temple Church, P.O. Box 356, Lexington, TX 78947.


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