Eddie Bigley
Services for Eddie Bigley, 59, Tool, were held Aug. 28, 2007, at the Oaklawn Cemetery in Mabank, with the Rev. James Jacobs officiating under the direction of Eubank Cedar Creek Funeral Home in Mabank.
Bigley was born Jan. 11, 1948, in Summerville and died Aug. 25, 2007, in Tool.
Previously of Arlington, he had resided in Tool for the past three years and was of the Baptist faith.
He was a commercial printer at TS Printing. He will be remembered for his quick wit, great sense of humor and love for his family.
Survivors include is wife Carrie Bigley, Tool; sons David Bigley and wife Jennifer, Alvarado; and Shawn Bigley, Tool; brother T.C. Bigley, Gun Barrel City; sister Donna Holbrook, Arlington; granddaughters Katelyn Bigley, Arlington; and Mason Bigley, Alvarado.
Pallbearers were T.C. Bigley, Kevin Johnston, Billy Porterfield, Jerry Coleman, George Floyd and Jeremy Summer.

Peggy Sue McGuire
A memorial service for Peggy Sue McGuire, 64, Gun Barrel City, will be held at a later date. Her body was donated to the Southwestern Medical Science Center in Dallas.
McGuire was born in Arlington May 19, 1943, to the late Ola Mae Hubbard and Alvin Johnson.
For the past two years, she was a library aide at The Library at Cedar Creek Lake in Seven Points and also worked with the Malakoff Elementary School cheerleader dance team.
Before moving to Gun Barrel City, she worked for the IRS.
Survivors include her husband James McGuire, Arlington; daughter Dora Morris, Gun Barrel City; sons Darwin and Donald Willis, Arlington; brothers Doyle and his wife Betty Jean Hubbard, Cleburne; Ray Johnson, Corsicana; sister Ruth Galloway, Fort Worth; grandchildren Ashley, Aron, Austin and Michael Morris; nieces, nephews, cousins; and many friends at The Library at Cedar Creek Lake.
Family members wished to express thanks to the Green Oaks Nursing Home employees for their care.

Ira Dean Marvin
Services for Ira Dean “I.D.” Marvin, 76, Trinidad (formerly of Arlington), were held Aug. 29, 2007, at the Tomlinson Funeral Home Chapel in Seven Points. Burial was in Mankin Cemetery.
Marvin was born Sept. 30, 1930, in Tulsa, Okla., son of the late Clara Mae and Glenn Herman Marvin and died Aug. 25, 2007, in Navarro County.
He was a supervisor in telephone communications working for AT&T.
He was a Master Mason in the Malakoff Masonic Lodge and a veteran of the Korean War.
He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars in Trinidad and member of MacArthurs’ Honor Guard.
Survivors include his wife Betty Lou Marvin; son Glenn Marvin, Dallas; daughter Mary and husband Ron Kent, Spanish Fort, Ala.; brothers Don Marvin, Longmont, Colo.; and Leroy and wife Ann Marvin, San Jose, Calif.; aunt Ione Hemphill, Athens; five grandchildren and one great-grandchild.