Seminole Sentinel (Seminole, Tex.), Vol. 95, No. 61, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 12, 2004 Page: 3 of 12
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Gene Denison. 80, father of Jan Jeffries of Seminole, passed away
Tuesday, May 11, 2004 at Home Hospice in Odessa. Graveside servic-
es are scheduled for 2 p.m., at East Hill Cemetery in Ft. Stockton with
Rev. Jimniy "Braswett officiating. Faintly"vtsttattorv will be Friday, May
14, 2004 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to
Hubbard-Kelly Funeral Home.
He was born September 24, 1923 in Hennepin, Oklahoma to his
parents, Lumon W. & Francis Elfie Wisdom Denison. They preceded
him in death Mr. Denison was self-employed through Texaco and
Shell and also worked for the State Comptrollers Office. He was a past
member of a Masonic Lodge, and a current member of the American
Legion. He formerly was a school crossing guard. He attended Sul
Ross State University in 1963-1966. He moved to Odessa in 1966
from Ft. Stockton. He was a veteran of the US Navy during WW11,
and was a Methodist.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Loren Elizabeth Hillger
Denison in 1973, an infant daughter Kelly Eugenia Denison in 1954
and a granddaughter Sheree Elizabeth Gregonis in 1976.
He is survived by his wife, Doris Hatcher, his son, Michael
Eugene Denison of Roundrock, his 2 daughters, Susan Elizabeth
Gregonis of San Angelo, and Janice . Lea Jeffries of Seminole, 6
grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren.
NEW ARB MEMBERS
Three new members of the Appraisal Review Board (ARB) were sworn
into office during a special meeting Tuesday. Gayla Harridge, recording
secretary of the ARB, is pictured at far left administering the oath of office
to, from left, Paul Elam, Brenda Wood and Candace Greenroad. They will
join holdover members Peter Bergen and David Murphree on the board.
Keshia Latrelle Jones
Services for Keshia Latrelle Jones of Dallas, formerly of Seminole,
will be held Thursday, May 13, at the East Cotton Church of Christ in
Longview. Interment will be in Wright Cemetery in Henderson with
services under the direction of Craig Funeral Home
She died Sunday, May 9 in Tyler.
She was born June 28, -1975 in Texarkana and was an honor
graduate of Seminole High School in 1993. She was involved in UIL
activities, band, athletics,' was a member of the 1990 basketball court
and was the first female in Seminole to participate on the All-State
basketball team. She received an Associate of Science Degree from
New Mexico Junior College, where she was a member of the basketball
team for two years and tied the unbroken three-point record in one
game. She then graduated from Texas Tech University with a Bachelor
of Arts in Communications. Also at Tech, she was coordinator for the
Texas Tech Raider Recruiters and interned for Estee Lauder.
Survivors include her parents, Christopher and Diane Jones
of Seminole; a brother, Christopher Jones, 11 of Seminole; grand-
parents, Jessie L. and Ora Vee Walker and Mary Louise Jones, all
of Tatum; and many uncles, aunts and cousins and other relatives
Officers Elected, New Members
Sworn In at Special ARB Meeting
) New officers were elected and After the oath of office chairman, David Murphree,
401 (K) ROLLOVERS
three new board members were
sworn into office at a special meet-
ing of the Appraisal Review Board
(ARB) of the Gaines County Ap
praisal District Tuesday morning.
was administered to new board
members Paul Elam, Candace
Greenroad and Brenda Wood,
new officers were elected
Peter Bergen was chosen
18 True Bills Issued
by County Grand Jury
chairman and Candace Green
ARB members also adopted
rules and procedures for this
year's ARB hearings in July, ap-
proved submission of appraisal
district records and approved min-
utes of the 2003 hearings.
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Timothy John Villanueva, Jr.
Funeral mass for Timothy John Villanueva, Jr., infant son of Timo-
thy and Crystal Villanueva of Seminole, was held today (Wednesday,
Ma^l2) at 10 a.m. at St. James Catholic Church in Seminole with
Father Renaldo Reyes officiating. Burial was in Gaines County Cem-
etery South, with services under the direction of Boyer Funeral Home
The infant died Saturday, May 8, at Seminole Memorial Hospital.
He was born February 28 in Seminole, -» __*■ -
Survivors include his parents; a gfjffSrl TEfyltS"Villanueva of
the home; paternal grandparents, Butch and Maria Villanueva of
Seminole; maternal grandmother, Louisa Casarez of Seminole;
maternal grandfather, Valentine Casarez of San Angelo; paternal
great-grandparents, Felix and Jo$e Villanueva of Seminole and
Junior and Janie Jimenez of Seagraves; paternal great-great-
grandmother, Ramona Lopez of Seminole; paternal great-great-
grandfather, Telesford Jimenez of San Antonio; and maternal
great-great-grandmother. Candia Alvarado of Sinton.
ODESSA-The Permian Basin Senior Celebration, cosponsored
by the Area Agency on Aging, the Permian Basin Regional Planning
Commission and the Texas Department on Aging, will take place
Thursday, May 20 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at Music City Mall in Odessa.
Among activities are music, exhibits, dancing, door prizes and
More information is available by calling 1-800-491-4636 or (432)
WEST TEXAS BEACHFEST’
POST--The “West Texas Beachfest" will take place Saturday,
July 3, at the “Two Bit Ranch," located on Farm-To-Market Road 651
north of Post.
Activities include live music, beach volleyball, horseshoes, ping
A total of 18 true-bills were is-
sued by the Gaines County Grand
Jury at its regular session April 30.
Twelve of the indictments
were served, while, as of press-
time. six have not been served.
Those served include, Ricky
Fidencio Arguijo, 31, of Denver,
City, possession of a controlled
substance--cocaine, currently in
a Lubbock jail on an unrelated
charge; William Daniel Browder.
37, of Hobbs, New Mexico, use
of anhydrous ammonia equip-
ment, currently in custody in lieu
of bond; Juan Vincente Contreras,
43, of Santa Fe, New Mexico, use
of anhydrous ammonia equip-
ment, currently in custody in lieu
of bond; Cesar Diaz, 23, of Den-
ver City, driving while intoxicated
(third offense or more), currently
in jail in lieu of bond; Dustin My-
ron Dell, 17, of Seminole, burglary
of a building, pled in district court
and sentenced to four years of
deferred adjudication; Earon Mi-
- chael Hudson, 17, of Seminole,
burglary of a building, pled in dis-
trict court and sentenced to four
years deferred adjudication; Troy
Lee Allen. 28. of Seminole, two
separate indictments for engaging
in organized criminal activity and
forgery, currently in jail in lieu of
bonds; and Norma Marie Allen,
27, of Seminole, four separate
indictments for engaging in orga-
nized criminal activity and three
indictments for forgery, currently
in custody in lieu of bonds.
Not served as of presstime
Tuesday were indictments for pos-
session of a controlled substance^
unlawful possession of a firearm
by a felon; two for engaging in
organized criminal activity; and
two for forgery.
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Seminole Sentinel (Seminole, Tex.), Vol. 95, No. 61, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 12, 2004, newspaper, May 12, 2004; Seminole, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth825134/m1/3/: accessed January 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gaines County Library.