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Crockett Crockett Funeral services for Marjorie N. Crockett, 89, were held Monday, Dec. 31, 2012, at First Baptist

Church in Rockdale. Burial was in Oak Lawn Cemetery in Rockdale. Rev. Jack Chelf and Chaplain Margaret Clemings officiated.

Mrs. Crockett died peacef ul ly at her home in Rockdale on Wednesday, Dec. 26, surrounded by loved ones.

She was born May 10, 1923, in Breckenridge to Ira Benjamin and Algia Mae (Brown) Bullock.

Mrs. Crockett was a longtime resident of Rockdale.

She had owned and operated the Rainbow Courts Motel & Apartments in Rockdale.

Among the many things that she enjoyed were traveling, gardening and being a lifetime member of Linwood Acres Garden Club, her church, cooking, especially for her family and friends, crossword puzzles and the Republican party.

She was known as a gracious hostess and for her family, which included her kitties. Christmas was her favorite holiday, so it is no surprise that she chose this time of the year to leave her family and friends with another reason to celebrate her life and the holiday season.

Mrs. Crockett was preceded in death by her parents, Algia Mae and I.B. Bullock; a brother, Floyd Bullock; a sister, Royce Lee Patton; her husband and father of her children, H.H. “Mack” McKinney; and her husband, H.A. “Speedy” Crockett.

Survivor are a son, Hal Mc­Kinney and Patti Stevens of Rockdale and Sante Fe, New Mexico; three daughters, Johnnielyn Brown and husband Doug of Rockdale, Susan McFarland and husband Bob of Austin, Joan Ratliff and husband Dan of Rockdale; three grandchildren, Peri Janis and husband Patrick of Gilbert, Arizona, Rob Tracy and wife Angie, and Ryan Tracy, all of Lawrenceville, Illinois; and five great-grandchildren, Emma Grace Glaser, Jack Janis, Lili Janis, Rowe Tracy and Reese Tracy.

Memorials may be made to PAWS (Pet Adoption Welfare Services) of Rockdale, c/o Dr. Lucile Estell, 611 W. Bell St., Rockdale, TX 76567 or Odyssey Hospice, 2626-B S. 37th St., Temple, TX 76504.


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