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Corrigan Times - Obituaries
For the Week of July 30, 2007 - August 6, 2007
Copyright 2007 - Polk County Publishing Company

CORRIGAN  --  Funeral services for Katina Gray, 25 and unborn child Kyree White, of Corrigan will be held Saturday, July 14, 2007 at 1 p.m. at Faith Temple Evangelistic Center in Corrigan.  Pastor Charles White officiating.  Interment will follow in Union Springs Cemetery.
Katina was born December 14, 1981 in Lufkin, she passed away on Saturday, July 7, 2007 in Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas,
She was preceded in death by her grandmother Doris Jean Gray; great-grandmother Rosie Lee Parker; great aunt Maggie Lee Butler; uncle Derrick Mitchell; and uncle Van Freeman.
She is survived by parents Joe and Kyrita Settler and Timmy Freeman; son, Patrick KeShawn White; brothers, Derrick Gray and JaCosky Coutee; sisters, Gracia Hoarce, Mabelyn Calvin, LaTondra, Jessica and JoRita Settler and Janelle Freeman; uncles, Clabon and Clifton Frazier, Richard Dale Gray, Ricky, Johnny, Don, Larry and Perry Freeman, Michael, Willie, James and Leonard Settler; great uncles, C.L. Mitchell Sr., L.J. Mitchell Jr.; aunts, Rolanda Ryans, Sharilla Tucker, Tornia Gray, Betty Foreman, Dorothy Ann Lee, Patricia Settler, Mabelean Settler, Shirley Jackson and Lottie Arline; great-great aunt, Erma Jean Sells; godparents, Dunnis and Constance Jolly; godsisters, Phelicha and Chaunta Jolly; god brother, Dunnis Jolly Jr.; best friend, Jermaine Hulett; and a host of nieces and nephews. 
A lifelong resident of Corrigan, she attended Corrigan-Camden High School.  She graduated in 2001.  She then went on to attend Lon Morris College in Jacksonville for two years with a major in Criminal Justice.  She was employed by the Lufkin State School for a year and a half. 
As a young girl she attended Macedonia Baptist Church.  As a young woman she was a member of Spirit of Integrity in Livingston.  She always had a smile on her face and she never met a stranger.
The family will welcome friends and loved ones for visitation Friday, July 13, 2007 from 7 to 9 p.m. at Faith Temple in Corrigan.
Duncan Funeral Home, Livingston is in charge of arrangements.

Rev. Judy Anderson
CORRIGAN  --  Judith Ann Anderson, 42, died Saturday, June 30, 2007 at Methodist Hospital in Houston.
She was preceded in death by her father William Hendrix.
She is survived by her mother Nancy Rose Hendrix of Judsonia, Ark; husband, Rev. Rick Anderson of Nacogdoches; sons, Robert Warren of Huntsville, Caleb Anderson of Nacogdoches; daughter and son-in-law Rachal Lee and Brandon of Livingston; daughter, Lucy Anderson of Nacogdoches; granddaughter Emma Lee of Livingston; sister, Kathryn Hendrix of Tyler; brother, William Lee Hendrix of Montgomery; sister and brother-in-law, Michell Cryer and Tim of Willis; numerous nieces and nephews.
She was born January 27, 1965 in Fort Knox, Kentucky, the daughter of William and Nancy Rose Hendrix.  She was working towards her Master’s Degree in Pastoral Counseling at Asbury Theological Seminary.  She was instrumental in starting a food bank in Corrigan, where she was selected as Small Church Local Pastor of the Year by the Texas Annual Conference of the FUMC in 2003.  She was an active First United Methodist Pastor since 1999, including; Cade Memorial UMC in Chester; First United Methodist Church in Corrigan; Bible Memorial UMC in Moscow, while currently serving as Youth Pastor at the FUMC in Nacogdoches.
In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Christian Mission through your local church or The American Cancer Society.
Funeral serves were here July 3, 2007 at First United Methodist Church in Livingston.  Rev. Mike Mayhugh and Rev. Keefe Krooper officiated.







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