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Carrie Renea Knight
9/4/1965 - 11/13/2021
Carrie Renea Knight, age 56, an Ector, TX resident, was born on Saturday, September 4, 1965, to Walter Allen and Neomi Lovita (Nelson) Moore, at Antlers, OK. Carrie passed away on Saturday, November 13, 2021 at her home in Ector, TX after a long fight with cancer surrounded by her loved ones. She graduated from Kiowa High School in 1984. Carrie was in the food service and retail business. She married Roland Knight on September 14, 2000 in Denison, TX. They spent 21 wonderful years together. Carrie enjoyed playing darts and dominoes. She also liked to cook, go line-dancing, bowling, watching movies, listening to music, being a pet mom and relaxing.

Carrie is survived by her husband, Roland Lee Knight of Ector, TX; children, Brittany Hearrell of Dallas, TX, Amanda Hearrell of Dallas, TX, Zachary Knight of Ector, TX; grandson, Dorian Huey of Dallas, TX; siblings, Consetta Leflore of Stringtown, OK, Michael Moore and wife Ranay of Atoka, OK, Bryan Moore and wife Khrystle of Durant, OK, Natalie Kennedy and husband Larry of Ada, OK, Walter Moore Jr. and wife Tina of Atoka, OK.

Carrie was preceded in death by her parents, Walter and Neomi Lovita (Nelson) Moore; grandparents, Theodore and Carrie Nelson

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Atoka, OK
Stephanie Louise Girard Farmer
10/30/1981 - 11/8/2021
Stephanie lived life as a free spirit . She loved to paint in bright colors and especially loved to do tie-dye. She was involved with her sister-in- law in a project to obtain children's clothing that was gently used and get it to other families who were in need. Stephanie leaves behind 21 month old twin daughters. Her death was unexpected and she didn't have life insurance. This is an expense that her mother, Joan, was not prepared for. Any funds that are donated will be used for Stephanie's funeral expenses and care of the girls as we navigate their future.

$6,600 of $6,000 raised
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Rensselaer, IN
Cassandra Ann Shafer
6/9/1967 - 11/6/2021
Cassandra Ann Shafer, 54, ofColumbia, MO, formerly of Marshall, MO passed away on Saturday, November 6, 2021. Arrangements are pending.

The family is accepting contributions for the celebration of life as this was unexpected. Any amount is a blessing to the family.

$575 raised
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Boonville, MO
Mary Lou Martinez
2/16/1954 - 9/27/2021
Mary Lou Martinez, 67, of Filer, Idaho, passed away Monday, September 27, 2021, at home.
Arrangements are under the care of Serenity Funeral Chapel & Cremation Services of Idaho, 502 2nd Ave. N., Twin Falls, Idaho. For tributes and condolences go to

We are asking at this time, if you have the means to assist this family with basic cremation expenses, anything would be greatly appreciated. Thank you and God Bless. The families of Chrystal, Nichole, and Marcus, and Cremation Services of Idaho.

All donations are paid directly to the funeral home.

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Alan Saligan
5/5/1968 - 11/5/2021
Alan passed away unexpectedly. He worked many years at the Downtowner Restaurant. Alan does not have any family, just friends. His last wishes were to be buried not cremated and his friends could use some help with his services. Thank you

$4,620 raised
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Lafayette, IN
Robert "Ray" Collins
11/14/1968 - 11/3/2021
Though born in Clermont, Florida, Ray was a true Indiana man. He grew to find his life calling as a daddy and an independent business owner. If you asked a million people who Ray Collins was they'd all tell you a different story. A superhero, a handyman, a brother, a uncle, a son, a hunter, a gun enthusiast, a dog lover, a mountain lover, a Harley rider, a Colts watcher a music lover, Play-dough eater, a hard worker, a smoker, the tallest man in the world, a long haired hippie country man... or maybe Ray was none of these things or perhaps he was all of them.

He loved hard and with everything he had. He kept his word and his loyalty ran deep. His motto has always been "You're only as good as your word". It's no surprise though Ray played so many rolls in so many people's stories. But the greatest role he ever played was a dad.

Dads are someone to look up to, someone to follow, someone to admire, someone to be proud of and someone to brag about, someone to hold and someone to cry with, someone to learn from and someone to respect, someone to listen to and someone to talk to, someone to try and impress, sometimes rebel against, and, someone, most of all, with whom to share everything this wonderful life has to offer.

I am so incredibly grateful and happy that I can stand here today and tell you that I have had all this and much, much more. On July 4, 2021 I took my dad to the hospital. He had been sick for awhile and he thought it was just a bug. So they did some test and they came back in and sat us down. They told us “Ray you have cancer”. A few short days later we found out he had stage 4 and it was spreading fast. Dad went through surgery, chemo treatments, and yet he just kept getting worse. We called the ambulance on Friday the 29th. They ran a bunch of tests and found out the cancer had spread to his brain and throughout his whole body, and was causing a lot of pain and suffering. He was later put on a ventilator.

The doctors came in and said there isn't anything else we can do for him; we are sorry you have to make the call. God took Ray home on 11-3-2021. I am asking for any help. Ray passed away very quickly. Unfortunately he has had no life insurance and his family could use some help paying his final expenses. Any donation and share helps. Thank you.

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Tipton, IN
Mary Garcia
11/19/1952 - 11/1/2021
Mary had a heart of gold. She was a beautiful soul with compassion for everything that crossed her path, from a baby chick to people she didn't even know. She was always there if you needed her, and would take time out of her busy day to listen to your needs. So many times, she put your needs above her own. She also had the best sense of humor and laughter that was truly contagious. She wasn't afraid to speak her mind and stand up for the weak, sick disadvantaged or different. She was a true gem. Cancer was the villain that took her life way too soon as it has taken so many good souls. Mary has helped, and opened her arms to so many people and now it is time to return the favor and help Mary and her Family with some of her funeral expenses. Any donations would be appreciated. Mary and her Family would appreciated any help you can give.

$1,531 raised
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Clarendon, TX
Terry Agee
4/17/1952 - 10/16/2021
Terry Agee, 69, of Columbia, MO, passed away on Saturday, October 16, 2021 at his home with his children Kendra McClain and Brian McClain by his side. Arrangements are pending.

The family is accepting donations towards the homegoing celebration for Terry. Any amount is a blessing to the family.

$925 raised
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Boonville, MO
Glenda Cruse
12/26/1953 - 10/14/2021
Glenda C. Cruse, age 67, of Rinard, Illinois, passed away Thursday, October 14, 2021.

She was born December 26, 1953, in Flora, the daughter of Dennis and Aline (Rinehart) Fitzgerald. She was united in marriage to Gary Cruse on March 29, 1997, and together they have shared 24 wedding anniversaries.

Glenda worked at Sparton Manufacturing, and later as an assistant manager at Pizza Hut and Burger King. She loved playing pool, reading, Bingo games, and listening to country music and Elvis Presley. She enjoyed fish fries and time spent outside. Glenda was a lover of all animals, especially ponies, cats, and kittens and served as past President of the Flora Eagles Auxiliary where she was a member for over 20 years.

She is survived by her husband: Gary Cruse of Rinard; 2 children: Misty Kistner of Cisne and Derek Koch of Flora; 5 grandchildren: Bryan Williams, Tristen Wilson, Dakota Wilson, Maleah Wilson, and Knox Lee Scara; and 3 great-grandchildren: Brody Williams, Pasleigh Wilson, Corbin Wilson.

She was preceded in death by her parents, and a sister: Elly Colclasure.

A funeral ceremony will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, October 20, 2021, at Frank & Bright Funeral Home in Flora with Pastor Richard Artis officiating. Visitation will be 5 p.m. until time of service on Wednesday evening at the funeral home. Memorial donations are suggested to assist with final expenses and will be accepted through the funeral home. Please make checks payable to Frank & Bright Funeral Home. To share a memory or condolence visit:

$100 raised
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Flora, IL

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