L. D. Terrell and Dorothy "Dot" Williams Terrell
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Services for Dorothy "Dot" Terrell, 71, of Crosbyton were at 2:00 PM, Thursday, June 12, 2008 at the Greater Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Crosbyton with the Rev. Frank Williams officiating. Burial followed in the Crosbyton Cemetery under direction of Adams Funeral Home of Crosbyton.

Dot passed away Sunday, June 8, 2008 at Covenant Medical Center in Lubbock. She was born November 19, 1936 in Crosbyton to the late Z. D. Williams, Sr. and Mollie Lee Fullbright Williams. On May 17, 1986 she married L. D. Terrell, Sr. in Crosbyton. A lifelong resident of Crosbyton she was a member of the Greater Mt. Zion Baptist Church and a pillar of the community. Dot was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother.

She is preceded in death by a son, Bobby Lee Williams on October 21, 1998 a brother Z. D. Williams, Jr and a sister Mary Frances Harris on November 17, 2001.

Survivors include; her husband, five sons; Billy Joe Johnson, Jr. of Marlin, Byron Ray Johnson of Amarillo, Robert Coppage, Jr and Lavance Coppage both of Crosbyton, Rickey Charles Turner of Lubbock, three daughters; Mollie Thomas and Willie Faye Jackson both of Crosbyton, Deborah Hutchinson of Lubbock, three step sons; L. D. Terrell, Jr. and Darrell Terrell both of Amarillo, Billy Earl Terrell of San Antonio, three step daughters; Lori Jackson, Karen Johnson and Tammie Coleman all of Amarillo, a brother; L. C. Williams of Lubbock, 39 grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren a host of nieces and nephews and a dear friend Rev. Ruby Price. A wake will be held Wednesday, June 11, 2008 from 5 PM to 7 PM at Adams Funeral Home in Crosbyton.

Serving as pallbearers will be; Charles Frater, Gerald Simpson, Marcus Hays, Willie Don Jackson, Cory Quigley and Edward Coppage, Jr.

©Crosby County News, Friday, June 13, 2008

L.D. “Bubba” Terrell, 78, of Crosbyton went to be with his Lord on September 1, 2014 in Lubbock. He was born to W.T. and Rosie Jackson Terrell on July 23, 1936 in Coleman, TX. Bubba grew up in Coleman County and worked as a farm laborer at the age of 15. He moved to Crosbyton in the 1950’s and farmed at Lynn T. Smith Farms for 29 years. Bubba married Dorothy Williams on May 17, 1985. He was a member of the Greater Mt. Zion Baptist Church where he served as a Chairman Deacon, Sunday School Superintendent, and served as treasurer. Bubba loved to fish, watch westerns and Bar B Q.

He is preceded in death by his wife Dorothy Terrell, two sons; Bobby Lee Williams Sr., and Vincent Terrell; three sisters; Helen Young, Mary Mack, and Esther Lee Stanfield.

Bubba is survived by six daughters; Mollie Thomas of Crosbyton, Deborah Hutchinson of Lubbock, Willie Faye Jackson of Crosbyton, Lori Jackson of Amarillo, Karen Johnson of Amarillo, and Tammie Coleman of Amarillo, eight sons; Darrell Terrell of Amarillo, L.D. Terrell Jr. of New Mexico, Billy Earl Terrell of San Antonio, Billy Joe Johnson of Marlin, TX., Byron Johnson of Amarillo, LaVance Coppage of Crosbyton, Robert E. Coppage, Jr. of Crosbyton, and Rickey Turner of Lubbock, five siblings; Nancy Terrell of Brownwood, Willie Reed of Pampa, Isiah Terrell of Midland, Daniel Terrell of Santa Anna, TX., and Roy Terrell of Georgia.

Services will be held 11:00 A.M. Saturday, September 6, 2014 at the Greater Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Crosbyton. Burial will follow in the Crosbyton Cemetery under the direction of Adams Funeral Home. A Wake will be held Friday, September 5, from 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. at Adams Funeral Home in Crosbyton.

Obituary courtesy of: Adams Funeral Home

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