Funeral services for Posey Odell Amonett, 60, who lived in the Farmer Community for 30 years, were held at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday in Emma Church of Christ, Ralls.
Amonett died Monday afternoon in Methodist Hospital, Lubbock.
Neil Hall officiated at the services assisted by Elba Hall and James Eubank.
Amonett is survived by his wife; a son, Clifford Gaylon of the home; three daughters, Mrs. Arvil Campbell of Floydada, Mrs. Bob Reynolds of Lubbock and Mrs. Leon Hughes of Childress; four brothers, Leo, Petersburg, Willis of Haskell, Clyde of Lamesa and Thayne (Red) of Wellington; two sisters, Mrs. F.F. Stephens of Floydada and Mrs. Earl Whitaker of Flomot; and six grandchildren.
©The Crosby County News & Chronicle, August 4, 1967
Mr. P.O. Amonett of the Cone exchange and community north of Ralls, elected to the Board of Directors at the Annual Meeting of the members April 16, 1955, served continuously on the Board of Directors until he passed away July 31, 1967.
The Board of Directors, Management, and Employees of the South Plains Telephone Cooperative, Inc. express their sorrow at the passing of the P.O. Amonett, who served on the Board of Directors for over 12 years, but are pleased at having had the opportunity to have known him and to have worked with him to serve his fellow men for all these years. We appreciate and wish to thank the members of his family and his community for sharing him with us and allowing him to help make the South Plains area of Texas a better place to live for hundreds of families.
P.O. Amonett was elected to the Board of Directors at the first Annual Meeting on April 16, 1955, as a Director representing District 9, which includes the Caprock and Cone exchanges.
He served as Vice-President, Board of Directors from May 15, 1956 until May 16, 1959, and from that time on, he served as Treasurer on the Board of Directors.
There is no way to measure the good that this man has done for his fellow men, especially for those who knew him and worked with him. He was appreciated and loved by all those who knew him.
Above all, he was a servant of God, a member of the Church of Christ.
It is with sorrow and regret that we have lost such a fine man, and express our sympathy to his family and friends.
©Hear Here, South Plains Telephone Cooperative, Inc. 1967
Services for Jessie Mullins Amonett, 87, of Ralls were held at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 19, 1998, in the Emma Church of Christ in Ralls with Ken Free, minister and Elmore Johnson, minister of the Quaker Avenue Church of Christ in Lubbock, officiating.
Burial followed in the Ralls Cemetery under direction of Adams Funeral Home.
Mrs. Amonett died at 2 a.m. Saturday, April 18, 1998, in the Ralls Nursing Home following an illness.
She was born on Oct. 13, 1910, in Robertson County, Texas and married Posy Odell Amonett on Dec. 17, 1927 in Haskell County. He preceded her in death July 31, 1967. She was a member of the Cone Church of Christ and the Home Demonstration Club. She moved to Crosby County in 1936 from Haskell County.
She is preceded in death by a son, William Alvis Amonett who died Feb. 20, 1931, and a daughter, Billie Jo Hughes who died Jan. 14, 1994.
Survivors include a son, Clifford Gaylon Amonett of Lubbock; two daughters, Wanda Fay Campbell of Ralls and Marjorie Reynolds of Lubbock; 10 grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren.
©The Crosby County News & Chronicle, Friday, April 24, 1998.
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