Chance Lee Trebing
Services for Chance Lee Trebing, Mabank, were held May 25, 2006, at
Laurel Oaks Funeral Home Chapel with interment in Laurel Oaks Memorial
Trebing was born Aug. 14, 1997, in Dallas and died May 21, 2006. He was
preceded in death by his great-grandfather James Boyd.
Survivors include his mother Kandice and husband Cole; father Benjamin
Lee Trebing; grandparents Kim Miller, Louanne Trebing, Philip Crofton,
John Trebing, Ronald and Vickie Boyd and Curtis Wilson;
great-grandparents Billie and Guy Couthran, Mary and Fred Trebing,
LaVerne Boyd, Ernie and Ann Gonzales and Dean and Nancy Bartlett; uncles
Randy Crofton, Drew Trebing, J.T. Boyd, Clay and Margaret McKinley and
Clint McKinley; best friend Dodge; numerous other family and friends.
Services for Ben Ingram, 74, Payne Springs, were held May 24, 2006, at
the Eubank Memorial Chapel with Jim Kennerk and Niles Cotton
Burial was in Dallas/Fort Worth Cemetery under the direction of Eubank
Cedar Creek Funeral Home in Mabank.
Ingram was born Jan. 18, 1932, in Brinkley, Ark., and died May 19, 2006,
in Payne Springs.
Previously of Irving, he had lived in Payne Springs for the past 11
years and was of the Baptist faith.
He was a truck driver and a past member of the American Legion Post 310
and a member of the Teamsters Union in Dallas.
He was a veteran of the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War.
Survivors include his son Benny Ingram, Malakoff; daughters Brenda
Ingram, Gun Barrel City; Eva LaTrese Lewis, Dallas; and Rhonda Rene Poe,
Whitewright; brother Floyd Ingram, McAlester, Okla.; eight
grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews; other
family members and many friends; first wife Dorothy Jean Ingram, Irving;
and second wife Carrol Johnson.