Funeral services for Mrs. Fannie Mae Fuqua, 67, were held Monday at 2 p.m. in the First United Methodist Church with Rev. Archie Echols officiating, assisted by Rev. Truett Kuenstler, pastor of the First Baptist Church, Jayton.
Mrs. Fuqua was dead on arrival at the Rotan Hospital January 17. Born in Kent County in 1907, she resided there until 1953. She had been a resident of Dickens County since 1965 and was a member of the Methodist Church.
She is survived by her husband, A.N. Fuqua, Spur; one daughter, Mrs. Nolan Grice, Jayton; two sons, Macey Fuqua, Friona and Andy Fuqua, Hugston, Kansas; one sister, Mrs. Dick Cravey, Post; and nine grandchildren.
Pallbearers included Bill Wyatt, Cleo Murray, Clyde Grisham, Alvin Smith, Dwain Hudson and Jim Wyatt. Burial was in the Spur Cemetery.
©The Texas Spur, January 23, 1975From the records of Lillian Grace Nay; submitted by Kay Laster
Funeral services for Alfred Newton Fuqua, 65, were held Tuesday at 3 p.m. in the First United Methodist Church. Rev. Archie Echols, church pastor, officiated, assisted by Rev. Truett Kuenstler, pastor of the First Baptist Church, Jayton.
Mr. Fuqua died Monday in the Aspermont Nursing Home. A resident of Kent County in 1953, he had made his home in Dickens County since 1965. He was a member of the Methodist Church and had farming interests. His wife died in January 1975.
Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Nolan Grice, Jayton; two sons, Andy Fuqua, Houston and Macey Fuqua, Friona; one sister, Mrs. Doyle Fry, Post and his mother, Mrs. Tom Williams, Spur; nine grandchildren and one great grandchild.
Pallbearers included Bill Wyatt, Jim Wyatt, Cleo Murray, Clyde Grisham, Dwain Hudson, Alvin Smith and Jimmy Stewart.
Burial was in Spur Cemetery
©The Texas Spur, July 17, 1976
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