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Mostyn Mostyn Funeral services for Amelia A. “MooMoo” Mostyn, 79, of Fairfield, formerly of Lexington, were

held Monday, June 21, 2010, at Lexington United Met ho dist Church in Lexing ton. Burial was in Lexington Cemetery. Rev. Lance Richards officiated. Mrs. Mostyn died Thursday, June 17, at Providence Hospital in Waco.

She was born Oct. 20, 1930, in China Spring to Rupert L. and Annie L. (Harris) Saunders.

She married Kenneth A. Mostyn on June 2, 1950, in Waco.

Mrs. Mostyn was a homemaker and had lived in Fairfield the past year and four months.

She was a member of Lexington United Methodist Church, United Methodist Women’s, the Red Hat Club and Lexington Lions Club.

Mrs. Mostyn was preceded in death by her parents and two sisters, Gladys Prickett and Peggy Villines.

Survivors are her husband, Kenneth A. Mostyn of Fairfield; two sons, Kenneth Mostyn, Jr. and wife Barbara of Lexington, Craig Mostyn and wife Patty of Henderson; two daughters, Cindy Ralston and Ricky Rachall of Fairfield, Lee Ann Furfey and husband John of The Woodlands; and a sister, Margaret Jaynes of Waco; also 10 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.

Pallbearers were Jeff Ralston, Jake Mostyn, Matthew Ralston, Alex Krohn, Russell Schimank, Chris Bayer, Tom Bonner and Bradley Dame.

Honorary pallbearers were Luke Furfey, Jared Furfey, Fred R hodes, Bill Morr is, Rober t Ahrendt, Don Quinney and Neil Ahrendt.

Memorials may be made to Lexington United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 116, Lexington, TX 78947.


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