Services for Teddy Wood, 42, were held Aug. 30, 2011, at the Eubank Cedar
Creek Chapel in Mabank. Interment followed in the Tool Cemetery in Tool,
under the direction of Eubank Cedar Creek Funeral Home in Mabank.
Wood was born Nov. 28, 1968, in Athens to Luzell and J.L. Wood and died Aug.
After graduating from Mabank High School, he went to work for Thermo
Sensors, Inc. of Garland for 18 years.
He considered his coworkers his family too! He kept them all on their toes –
not knowing what to expect from Wood next!
Wood was Baptist by faith.
He was preceded in death by sisters Terri Lynn Wood in 1974 and Cheryl Wood
McMillan in 2000; grandparents and his uncle David Wayne Asbill Sr. in 1983.
Survivors include his parents; brothers Chris and wife Laura, Eustace; Boyse
and wife Connie, Mabank; Chad and wife Robin, Houston; brothers by choice
David Asbill Jr. and wife Tammy; Keith Wood and wife Keri, Eustace; Nicki
Nichols, Bonita Point; Kelly Sanford and wife Sharon, Mabank; Mark Brown and
wife Lupe, Mesquite; daughter Amanda Nichole Wood, Gun Barrel; stepson Matt
Otts and wife Brittany; stepdaughter Meghan Otts and Randy; grandchildren
Skylar, Collin and Riley.
Wood leaves behind numerous nieces and nephews, friends too mant to count
and a great amount of everlasting memories.
Services for Larry Franklin Marshall, 56, will be held at 3 p.m. Thursday
(today), Sept. 1, 2011, at the Tomlinson Funeral Home in Malakoff. There
will be no graveside service.
Marshall was born Nov. 20, 1954, in Chelsea, Mass., to Lois Parks and Marion
Franklin Marshall and died Aug. 27, 2011, in Athens.
He graduated from Malakoff High School and then completed his training at
the Sheriff’s Academy of Dallas County in 1978.
In 1980, he went to the East Texas Police Academy at Kilgore.
He was a Malakoff Police Officer from 1980-81 and then served as a Reserve
Officer from 1984-92 at the Henderson County Sheriff’s Department.
Marshall spent most of his adult life in Henderson County.
He was the owner and operator of Marshall’s Custom Upholstery of Malakoff.
He enjoyed playing the guitar, billiards, fishing and working with metal.
He was preceded in death by his father and brother Terry Lee Marshall.
Survivors include mother Lois Parks Marshall, Malakoff; dear special friend
Shirley Hammond; Malakoff; daughters Patricia Anne Dupree, Malakoff; Lori
Nicole Fade, Log Cabin; Jacque Marie Marshall, Athens; son Peter Bryce
Marshall, Malakoff; brothers Perry Gene Marshall, Cincinnati, Ohio; Kerry
Daniel and wife Melissa Smith Marshall, Athens; stepbrother Bervin Hatton,
Plano; stepmother Janis Marshall, Athens; six grandchildren; eight nieces
and nephews; longtime friends Rusty Speake, Howard Hoskins, Danny Howard,
Larry Dee Warrick, Fred Vasbinder and Gary Walton.
In lieu of flowers, the family ask that donations be made to the American
Services for Kenneth Ray “Kenny Mo” Ashton, 50, of Eustace, were held Aug.
30, 2011, at Eubank Cedar Creek Memorial Chapel in Mabank. Interment
followed at the Payne Springs Cemetery, under the direction of Eubank Cedar
Creek Funeral Home in Mabank.
Ashton was born Oct. 14, 1960, in Eustace to Betty Katheryne Pipes and Arvie
Lee Ashton and died Aug. 23, 2011, at his home in Eustace.
He was affectionately known as “Kenny Mo.”
Ashton enjoyed cars, motorcycles and having fun.
He was Baptist by faith.
Ashton worked most of his life in concrete work and the oil fields.
He was preceded in death by his parents and grandparents.
Survivors include his wife Debra Ashton, Eustace; sisters Sue Gunnels and
husband Wayne, Haslet; Kay Starnes and husband Weldon, Dallas; brothers
David Lee Ashton, Seattle, Wash.; Randy Keith Ashton, Fort Worth; Bobby Dean
Ashton, Corsicana; Michael Wayne Ashton, Mabank; Donald Glen Ashton, Payne
Springs; nephew Michael Ashton, Eustace; other family members and many
Pallbearers were Michael Ashton, Joe Ashton, Clayton Bradley, Luke Bradley,
Josh Bradley, and Doug Eldridge.
Services for Ernestine “Ernie” Marie Aechternacht, 63, of Kemp, will be held
at 11 a.m. Thursday (today), Sept. 1, 2011, at Aley United Methodist Church
with the Rev. Eston Williams officiating, under the direction of Tomlinson
Funeral Home in Seven Points.
Aechternacht was born June 17, 1948, in Dallas to Edna Marie Martin and Jack
Chambers Allison and died Aug. 29, 2011, in Tyler.
She was a member of the Aley United Methodist Church and the Aley United
Aechternacht worked for Storm Printing in shipping for 35 years.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Phillip Aechternacht;
and grandmother Viola Glover.
Survivors include brother Sammy Allison, Kemp; sister Joyce Posey,
Wilburton, Okla.; nieces Mandy Allison, Antlers, Okla.; Tammy McCay, Bowie;
nephew Tommy Walker, Las Vegas, Nev.