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Hunsinger

Funeral services for Vivian Hunsinger, 88, of Lexington were held Sunday, June 6, at Phillips and Luckey Funeral Chapel in Rockdale with Rev. Jeff Jones of Baitman Baptist Church officiating. Burial followed in Lexington Cemetery.

Mrs. Hunsinger died Wednesday, June 2, at her home in Lexington.

She was born March 27, 1922, in the Tracy community near Rockdale to James Richard and Rosa Lee (Griffieth) Hobbs.

Mrs. Hunsinger lived in Lexington for over 30 years.

She was a waitress for 36 years at Singers Grill, A1 Cafe, City Cafe in Rockdale, the Railroad Cafe in Dickenson and other cafes.

Mrs. Hunsinger attended the Baptist Church and enjoyed yard work, gardening, quilting, crocheting, canning vegetables, making jelly and taking care of her chickens. She also loved to spoil her grandchildren and was an avid domino player.

She married Bennie Hunsinger on May 13, 1998, in Thorndale and he preceded her in death on April 4, 2004.

Mrs. Hunsinger was also preceded in death by her parents; a son, John Wesley Mauldin; a daughter, Mary Elizabeth roberts; five brothers, Earl Hobbs, Rudolph Hobbs, Elmer E. Hobbs, R ichard Hobbs and William Barkley Hobbs; and a sister, Ollie E. Tyler.

Sur v ivors are three sons, Grant Mauldin and wife Sharon of Temple, Glenn Mauldin and w ife Jeanese of Tanglewood, Thomas Carl Mauldin and wife Mary Ann of Tomball; two daughters, Kathy Cohlmia and husband Jack of Andrews, Betty Sue Bowen and husband Spud of Sheppard; a sister, Esther Simpson of Lexington; and a special nephew, Mike Hobbs of Lexington; also, a number of other nieces and nephews, 21 grandchildren, 27 great-grandchildren and 10 great-greatgrandchildren.

Pallbearers were Grant Mauldin, Glenn Mauldin, Thomas Carl Mauldin, Mike Hobbs, Fredrick Dickson, Coleman Mauldin, Jerry Collins and Wesley Hobbs.

Memorials may be made to A-Med Community Hospice c/o Shoal Creek, Suite 242 S., Austin, TX 78757.


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