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Nina Peysen

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Nina was born Nov. 2, 1933, in Vernon, to Roscoe Marion Leffingwell and Thelma Louise (Givens) Leffingwell. She married Frankie Joe Sears on Aug. 31, 1950. Together they had three children. Nina and Frank owned Frank Sears Construction Co. Raising the children they so loved and running their own company was their dream. Frank passed away May 14, 1989. On Oct. 30, 1993, Nina was blessed to be married to a second man who loved her dearly. On Oct. 30, 1993, in Windthorst, she married Raymond B. Peysen and they lived in Buffalo Springs for a number of years until their move to Windthorst. They were blissfully married and totally devoted to each other, until his death, May 13, 2008. In August of 2018, Nina moved to Royal Estates to retire from life’s little headaches. No longer cooking, no house to maintain gave her all the time she wanted to watch her favorite television shows, go to dinners and movies with her great-grandchildren, play her favorite games of Forty-two and Chickenfoot, and whatever else her heart desired! Nina was a social butterfly who grew and blossomed there as she enriched the lives of the other residents along her way!
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Harold Mainer

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O. Harold Mainer of Fort Smith, Ark., passed away on Aug. 16, at Heart of Hospice in Fort Smith, a few days shy of his 99th birthday. A coal miner’s son, he was born to the late Clarence and Ruby (Core) Mainer on Aug. 22, 1921, in Paris, Ark. Harold loved his family and his family loved him. He was affectionately known as “Pa” to his grandchildren and great- grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Ella (Hickman) Mainer, and the mother of his three children, Sue (Spain) Mainer.

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Ryan “Bud” Wade Owen

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“Bud” Ryan Wade Owen of San Angelo, went to be with the Lord on Sunday, March 22. He blessed us for 41 days on this earth. Ryan was born on Feb. 10, with his twin sister, at 22 weeks 2 days gestation, to parents Ethan and Kayla Owen.

Bud loved to hold Mommy, Daddy and the nurses fingers. He also very much enjoyed sticking his tongue out and licking saline swabs. Regardless of how his day was going, he always loved his oral care. Bud may have been a tiny 1 lb 4 oz but he was a mighty, mighty fighter.

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Bobby Wayne Tarr

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Bobby Wayne Tarr, age 61, of Graham, passed away, Thursday, Aug. 13, in Weatherford.

Services were held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 18, at Aulds Funeral Home with Frankie Bailey officiating. Interment followed in the Archer City Cemetery under the direction of Aulds Funeral Home of Archer City.

The family received friends from 6 p.m. until 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 17, at Aulds Funeral Home.

Bobby was born Aug. 21, 1958 in Olney, to Jerry Marvin Tarr and Vinita Frances Adams Tarr.