James Carl Morin and Eurena Hoover Morin
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Funeral services were held in the Spur Church of Christ Tuesday at 2 p.m. for James Carl Morin, 53, Douglas Cohre, Brownfield, officiated.

Mr. Morin was a contractor and laid brick on several buildings and homes in Spur. He died Dec. 16 in a Ft. Worth hospital. He had made his home in Brownfield and later in Germany. He served as a missionary from the Glen Garden Church of Christ, Ft. Worth and was a elder in the Church. He was a World War II veteran of the U.S. Army.

He is survived by his wife, Eurene Morin, Ft. Worth; two daughters, Mrs. Rotha Cloyd, Midland and Miss Carrol Morin, LCC, Lubbock; five brothers, Ben Morin, Oklahoma; Glenn and Art Morin, both of Ft. Worth; Clarence Morin, Lyle, Washington and Merle Morin, Mountainlake, Terrace, Washington.

Three sisters, Mrs. Mamie Henry, Waynesville, Mo.: Mrs. Verda McCleary, Sullivan, Mo.; and Mrs. Hazel Randolph, Marion, KS; two grandchildren.

Burial was in Spur Cemetery.

©The Texas Spur, Thursday, December 21, 1972, page two

Services for Eurena "Renie" Morin, 72, of Midland were at 1 p.m. Saturday, October 14, 2000, at the Golf Course Church of Christ. Graveside services were held in Spur Cemetery at 5:00 p.m. under the direction of Ellis Funeral Home.

She died on Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2000. She was born January 20, 1928 in Spur to A.M. Hoover and Ada Belle (Embry) Hoover. She moved to Ft. Worth and married Jim Morin. They then moved to Brownfield. Then she and Jim performed missionary work in Canada and Germany. She resided in Lubbock for 27 years, where she worked as a secretary for Lubbock Christian University and the Lubbock public schools administrative offices. She was a member of the Sunset Church of Christ. She moved to Midland in January 2000, where she lived in Saddleridge Lodge.

Morin was preceded in death by her husband, Jim; per parents, A.M. Hoover and Ada Belle Hoover; five brothers and three sisters.

Survivors include two daughters, Rotha Cloyd and husband, Warren of Midland and Carol Smith and husband, Steve of Redlands, Calif.; a brother, Travis Hoover of Spur; four sisters, Marie Brantner of Jayton, Leooma Cross of Spur, Norma Arnold of Spur, and Robbie Briscoe of Levelland; three grandchildren, Jamie Cloyd and wife, Shanna, and Randy Cloyd and wife, Misty and Tiffany Smith; four great-grandchildren, Josh, Abigail, Cody and Kaleigh.

©The Texas Spur, Thursday, October 19, 2000, page 8v

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