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Groveton News - Obituaries
For the Week of April 12, 2007 - April 19, 2007
Copyright 2007 - Polk County Publishing Company

   Funeral services for James Clifford (Jamie) Magee, 69, of Groveton, Texas were held Tuesday April 3, 2007 at 11:00 am in the Groveton Funeral Home with Bros. Jones and Parrish officiating.  Interment followed in the Pennington Cemetery.
   Jamie was born December 11, 1939 in Pennington, Texas and passed away Saturday March 31, 2007 at his residence.  He was the owner of Magee’s Grocery and was affiliated with Shepherds’ Chapel.
  Survivors include his wife Jenny Magee of Groveton, Texas; daughters and sons in law Cinda and David Norsworthy of Pennington, Texas, Pam and Jason Kemper of Woodlake, Texas, and Brenda and Stephen Parrish of Crockett, Texas; step-son James Due of Groveton, Texas; step-daughter Belinda Greenville of Lufkin, Texas; mother Erma Magee of Pennington, Texas; sister Maxine Mabry of Pennington, Texas; grand-children Erika and Josh Milner, Amber  Holcombe, Tera and Ty Furrh, Kyle Parrish, Stephanie Westbrook, Kyle Dodd, Nicole Alsbrooks, Megan Parker, Cliff Parker, Amy and Chancy Cleaver, Amanda Norsworthy, Crystal Due, and Niki Due; great grandchildren Blake and Troy Milner, Madison Nash, Sydney Furrh, Kyle Dodd, Kaylon and Haley Alsbrooks, Chad and Allisya Cleaver, and Cailey Carrico;  and numerous other relatives and many friends.
   Pallbearers were Josh Milner, Chancy Cleaver, Ty Furrh, Kyle Parrish, Brandon Alsbrooks, and Don LaRoe.  Honorary pallbearers were Jerry Sanfish, James Fry, and Jim Henry Reynolds.
   Groveton Funeral Home, directors.

  Charles Richard “Charlie” Carpus was born in Buffalo, New York on February 11, 1930 to the late Joseph and Alice Keller Carpus and passed away on March 30, 2007 in Crockett, Texas. 
  Charlie retired after more than 30 years of employment as a Developmental Aid from West Seneca Developmental Center. He loved to go camping, listen to music and he enjoyed ice cream.
    Charlie is preceded in death by his parents, brothers Donnie and Joseph, and sister Margaret Carpus.
   Survivors include his children Richard Carpus, Robin Carpus and friend James LaVoie, Timothy Carpus and wife Barbara, Joel Carpus and fiancée Elizabeth; two grandchildren, Giovanna Marie and Zachary Taylor Carpus; brother Robert Carpus and wife Margaret; nephew and care-giver Paul Carpus and wife Annette; nephew, Robert Carpus and wife Phyllis; and numerous other relatives.
    Waller-Thornton Funeral Home in charge of arrange-ments.








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