Donald Blake Harless, 21, of Cameron died Tuesday, June 19, 2018.
Funeral services were held Saturday, June 23, at the Milano High School gymnasium in Milano with burial following at Burns Cemetery in the Blue community, near Lexington.
Mr. Harless was born April 18, 1997, in Houston to Ty Harless and Jennifer (Barfield) Mueck.
He graduated from Milano High School, where he played on the Milano Eagles football team. Following high school, he attended Texas State Technical College in Waco.
Mr. Harless worked for Dudley Construction of College Station as a construction worker for the past five months and was a member of First Baptist Church in Milano.
He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Bobby Earl Harrison; his grandmother, Shirley Stifflemire; grandparents Evelyn and Lawrence Mueck; and his great-grandparents, William Brown, Dewey Huddleston, Jean Delefosse and Ola Mae Barfield.
Survivors are the love of his life, Aliya Arredondo of Rockdale; his mother and other father, Jennifer Mueck and husband Richard of Cameron; his father and other mother, Ty Harless and wife Reneé of Hickory Creek; his brothers, Jacob Harless and Caleb Mueck of Cameron, Branson Harless and Trevor Owens of Hickory Creek; his sisters, Breanna Wicker of Lake Dallas, Cheyenne Owens of Hickory Creek, and Arianna Dellermon of Cameron; his grandparents, Donny and Naomi White of Milano, Bo Barfield of Cameron, David Harless of Kenifick, Theresa Huddleston and Terry Mortin of Milano; and his great-grandparents, Whistle and Billie Jo White of Jones Prairie, Minnie Brown of Cameron, Bill and Julie Stifflemire of Lexington, and Corolita Huddleston of Rockdale; also, a niece and nephew, numerous aunts, uncle, cousins and extended family members.
Serving as pallbearers were Jacob Harless, Trevor Owen, Brandon Harrison, Christian Grimes, Cole Sheppard, Tanner Willems, Dillon Liscum and Brian Judson.
Honorary pallbearers were Branson Harless, Caleb Mueck, Payden Bell, Rance Bell, Wyatt Cotton, Jared vonGonten, Mason vonGonten, Wesley Morgan, Josh Lewis and the Milano Eagle football team.