Obituary: Glenda Sue Crowell

Glenda Sue Crowell
Glenda Sue Crowell

Services for Glenda Sue Crowell, 61, of Athens, are scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday, May 18, 2013 at Eubank Chapel with Bro. Don Rogers, officiating, under the direction of Eubank Funeral Home, Canton.

Burial will be in Tarver Cemetery, Van Zandt County.

She passed away May 15, 2013 in Athens.

Mrs. Crowell was born Sept. 20, 1951 in Dallas to Eugene Horace Lewis, Sr. and Videll Bowers Lewis.

Glenda Grew up in Dallas. She was a member of the Eastern Hills Church of Christ. Glenda was a CNA for over 30 years and she enjoyed her job and loved her patients. She was a very Continue reading “Obituary: Glenda Sue Crowell”

County kids celebrate after post contest

(MICHAEL V. HANNIGAN PHOTO)
(MICHAEL V. HANNIGAN PHOTO)

 

(See more photos on our Facebook photo album.)

District Attorney’s Office press release

For the second year in a row, Henderson County District Attorney Scott McKee stood in front of almost 200 Henderson County fourth graders from Eustace, Malakoff and LaPoynor ISDs and asked them for their help. McKee told the students that as an Army soldier, he and every other soldier has a battle buddy to look after them.

“I need each of you to promise me that you will look out for your buddy and tell a teacher, counselor or parent if you think things aren’t going well at home with your friend,” said McKee. McKee also asked them if they would be his soldiers in his war against child abuse. They all responded with a resounding “Yes, sir!”

The 2nd annual Kids Day was the capstone event to the month-long Go Blue campaign. The campaign begins in early April with a proclamation by Commissioners’ Court and culminates with the big day. Throughout the month, the Henderson Continue reading “County kids celebrate after post contest”

Henderson County Black Rodeo Association ribbon cutting

Henderson County Black Rodeo Association
(MICHAEL V. HANNIGAN PHOTO)

The Henderson County Black Rodeo Association held a ribbon cutting today with the Athens Chamber of Commerce at the Henderson County Fairpark Complex. The HCBRA will be holding its annual Juneteenth Rodeo on June 15.

For more photos, please see our Facebook photo album.

Peace Officers Memorial

(MICHAEL V. HANNIGAN PHOTO)
(MICHAEL V. HANNIGAN PHOTO)

The 2013 Police Officers Memorial was held on the Courthouse Square in Athens Thursday afternoon. The annual event is to remember the Henderson County peace officers who have died in the line of duty, and to pay tribute to those who go out every day and put themselves in harm’s way for us.

For more photos, please see our Facebook photo album.

TVCC honor roll lists released

Trinity Valley Community College has named a number of students to the President’s Honor Roll and the Honors List for the fall 2012 semester.

TVCC students named to the President’s Honor Roll must complete at least 12 semester hours with a perfect 4.0 grade point average for the semester.

Students named to the Honors List also must complete at least 12 semester hours and earn at least a 3.5 grade point average for the semester.

The following students were named to the President’s Honor Roll (listed alphabetically by hometown):

  • ARLINGTON: Tom M. Kenya.
  • ATHENS: Erik L. Angel, Marilyn M. Avila, Calli M. Bane, Sandra K. Bohannon, Brandon Burkhalter, Shalyndrea Burroughs, Kathy C. Carrillo, Tyler L. Carroll, Morika Cheng, Paula A. Contois, Carrie J. Evans, Pedro J. Galvan, Debra K. Gordon, Jerod A. Justice, Tammy L. Kinzer, Sarah L. Leach, Eduardo Limon, Amber L. Lindsey, Jessica K. Loper, Juan M. Lopez, Flora C. Lynd, Kenta Maeda, Jonathan K. Miller, Brittney Munns, Misael B. Ochoa, Nallely C. Palma, Claudio Rizzi, Continue reading “TVCC honor roll lists released”