The Dallas Journal, Volume 46, 2000 Page: 33
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Contributed by Eleanor Evans Borkenhagen
623 - 13th Street
Huntington Beach, CA 92648-4039
AWALT, Louis Cass "Lou", born in Dallas,
Texas, August 13, 1925; died July 29 1998
in Whittier, CA.
Survived by his wife of 47 years, Lorene;
four children and nine grandchildren, Evelyn
Ruth (Evie) Schilling (Johan, Sr.), Johan Jr.,
Chris, Megan and Amy, Louis Cass Await III
(Esther), Aislinn and Maria Cassandra,
James Arthur Await (Sharon) and Anita
Louise Wilhite (Paul), Brian, Nicole and Eric.
Also survived by his sister Evelyn Bowman,
of El Paso, Texas; sister and brother-in-law,
Ruth and Charles Douglas of Guthrie ,
Oklahoma; and one niece and three
Lou worked 13 years for National Gypsum
Company, in Texas, Michigan and California.
He Joined Donald D. Rea & Co. in 1968,
and retired as President and Partner in
He was past President of Downtown L. A.
Optimist Club, Member of the Tawas Lodge
724 of Free and Accepted Masons of
Michigan, and most dear to him was his
church family at St. Matthew's United
Methodist Church, located at 15653 E.
Newton St., Hacienda Heights, where
Memorial Services will be held Saturday,
August 1 at 11 am. Visitation Friday, July
31, 6pm-9pm, Forest Lawn Mortuary,
Covina. Graveside Services Saturday,
August 1, 1998 a 2pm. Forest Lawn
Memorial Park, Covina.
Donations can be made to the National
Forest Lawn Mortuary, Covina Directing,
(L. A. Times July 31, 1998)
HOLLAND, Mary Louisa Shumate, of
Tarzana, California; passed away on
January 20, 1999. Born in the year 1900 in
Dallas, Texas, Mary Louisa was the
granddaughter of Reverend Silas Dean
Davenport, the Dean of Dallas St. Matthew's
Episcopal Cathedral during the wild west
days of the 1860's. She moved to Los
Angeles in 1939 with here husband, Curtice
Holland, and executive of the California-
Arizona Cotton Assn. Mary Louisa was a
charter member of the Jane Douglas
Chapter of the DAR in Dallas, and the
Wilshire Ebell Club in Los Angeles. She is
survived by her daughter, Mary Louisa (III);
grandchildren, Scott, Kimberlee, Kristina
Louisa and Baron; great grandchild, April
Louisa, lan Nickolas and Serafinga Maria
Louisa; great-great granddaughter, Keira
A family memorial service will be held in the
(L. A. Times January 22, 1999)
McCABE, Martha Louise, 73, of Glendale,
California. Beloved wife of John P. McCabe
(deceased). Born in Dallas, Texas, on
January 9, 1926, she passed away April 25,
1999. Mrs. McCabe is survived by her
children and grandchildren, Dr. Mary
McCabe Martinez, Dr. Jorge Martinez,
Patrick, Jessica, Eric and Vanessa of
Diamond Bar, John and Elizabeth McCabe,
Lauren, Jack and August, of Mission Hills,
Susan Manghelli, Nicholas and Marisa of
Sunland, Patricia L. McCabe, Esq., Scotty
and Chiquita of Glendale.
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