Friday, August 31, 2018

Our Sympathy...

Please keep the family of Allen Huddleston on your heart. Allen passed away suddenly this morning.  He was a local businessman.  No other details are known at this time.
His wife Stacey and his daughters, Ally and Hope would appreciate your prayers.

Thursday, August 30, 2018

ARMY STRONG....

Kaitlyn McCarter, daughter of Michael and Lindsay McCarter, posted this very exciting news:  
I am VERY PROUD to announce the past couple of days I have been at MEPS for the United States Army, as of today I have enlisted in the Army.
I’ll be a Combat Engineer, shipping out for basic training in Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.
June 10th of 2019. I am VERY excited for this next chapter of my life to start, and BEYOND thankful for the support I’ve had through all of this. ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ #ArmyStrong

Update on Allie Campbell...

Lori Campbell posted this update on daughter Allie:   We got back from the Dr with great news. He said most of swelling is now gone. Still a little going on with the right eye but big improvement. We left the hospital back in July not knowing what was actually wrong. Tests never were clear if it was viral or bacterial or what. We were told today that was more than likely bacterial meningitis. Thank you all for continued prayers.

Funeral Services...

Derald Bulls sent this updated information: Michael Camperell's grandmother, Eileen Wagoner will be laid to rest on Friday, September 14, at Riverside (CA) National Cemetery.

Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Our Sympathy...

Michael Camperell, the PJC soccer coach that has been attending LACOC, told Derald Bulls that his 92 year old grandmother passed away last night, in Riverside County, California.  He will be getting the details regarding her funeral soon.

Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Wednesday Night Plans

LACOC has LOTS going on tomorrow
night (Wednesday).  Here we go....

We'll have hotdogs for supper starting at 5:30 p.m.  Come join us for fellowship and classes following!






After class...you'll be ready for dessert!
Bring your favorite homemade ice cream...or, if you're like me and don't "make" ice cream... bring a gallon of your favorite cool treat!




THEN... We will be flying our flags for Labor Day and through Patriot Day (9/11). If you can help put them out Wednesday Night after classes (and ice cream of course) that would be much appreciated!




Monday, August 27, 2018

Prayer Request - 8/27

Joy Barnett called and asked that we keep her granddaughter, Cheyenne, in our prayers.  She is having some emotional issues and needs our prayers.

Sunday, August 26, 2018

OUR SYMPATHY is extended to Karen Kilmer, Keith, wife Michele Kilmer, Kelly (Kilmer), husband Jonathan Jordan, and the grandchildren as they mourn the passing of Dean this past week.  He was a former minister here at LACOC, for many years and loved by so many. 
Dean's service was Saturday morning at Brown Church of Christ in Waxahachie.

RESPONSE: Joy Barnett asked for prayers for her son Jerry and his family, that they will come back to the Lord.

PRAYER REQUESTS:
  • Eileen Castlebury fell and broke her hip. Was to have surgery today. 
  • Bill Jones was taken to Baylor/Plano.
  • Donna McGee - Will be having surgery next Friday (8/31).  Hopefully they'll get all the cancer.
  • Axton Garrett, son of Landon and Courtney, has a heart murmur. He is going to see a cardiologist. Hoping it is something that will go away as he grows!
  • Vickie Humprey - Cancer
  • Barbara Dean is at Heritage House for rehab.
  • Herschel McClain - Health 
  • Marie Faulkner - Health
  • Dorothy Pearce - Health
  • Daisy Redding - Recovering from knee surgery.
  • Jean Anthony - Health
  • Jackie Helm - Lung cancer
  • Webber Woodall - Health
  • Kristi Anthony - Physical and mental health
  • Mary Ann Newman had surgery this week and will start radiation.
  • Sarah Sappington, friend of Molly Denman's, passed away suddenly. She took a nap and never woke up. Please keep her family in your prayers.
  • Tyler McClour, grandson of Joy Barnett, is in California (deployed with his Army platoon) fighting the wildfires.
  • Jackie Smithson, Joyce Basinger's sister-in-law, has had pneumonia for 2 months.  She's back in the hospital, in Waco, in critical condition. 
  • Ann Levy, cousin of Terry Maxwell, has lung cancer.
  • Cooper Gibson (local 7 year old) is at home now, after being in the hospital since May. (Great nephew of Judy Gibson.)
  • Diane Maroschia is a friend of Judy Gibson's.  She has been diagnosed with a brain tumor. 
  • Helen Short (friend of Anita Roden) is experiencing health issues.
  • Paul Denney - Local architect - Health
  • Please keep our troops and first responders in your prayers for safety. 
  • Also keep our teachers and students in your prayers.
SHUT-INS:   Leston and Lareece Maggard, Lucy Staley, Peggy Wright, Sarah Smith, Roy Jones, Kristi Anthony.

  



HAITI TRIP: Clint Spencer is planning a trip to Haiti on January 4th. We'll have more details later.

RAINBOW ROOM: Lice kits, little girls underwear and jeans ALL sizes (school age).

PANTRY NEEDS: WE MOVED HIM OUT TODAY!!!!  Thank you for your response to fill our pantry!!!

SIMPLE SUPPER:  Starts back on September 5th.

KEEP THE DATE:

Aug 29: End of Summer Celebration
Aug 29: Wed PM Speaker - Andy Garner

Sept 2:  Promotion Sunday
Sept 3:  Office Closed due to Labor Day holiday
Sept 4:  Men's Breakfast
Sept 5: Simple Supper Resumes
Sept 9:  Faithful Readers
Sept 12: Ladies Bible Class begins
Sept 16: Baby Boy Shower for Andy and Kara Garner


Sept 16: Life Groups resume
Sept 29: Young At Heart "Rusty Bucket"
Nov 7:  Blood Drive

Love you - MEAN IT! 
 

Friday, August 24, 2018

Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Services for Dean Kilmer

Services for Dean Kilmer will be on Saturday at 10AM at the Brown Church of Christ in Waxahachie, TX.  Visitation will be Friday from 6 to 8PM.
Please keep his sweet Karen and family in your prayers.
If you would like to send a card to Karen & the family, their address is: 
716 McMurry Dr. 
Waxahachie, TX 75165



Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Our Sympathy...

We received word this morning that Dean Kilmer passed away unexpectedly. Dean is a former minister of Lamar Avenue. Please keep this family in your prayers. We will post service information as it becomes known.

Sunday, August 19, 2018

Weekly Update - 8/19


Thank you Randy for bringing the lesson on "Here I Am, Send Me", with the text taken from Isaiah 6:1-8.

He also challenged us to continue to SACK THE PULPIT!!!  There's still room to add more sacks of groceries!!!  We have one more week!!!

We also heard from Coach Mike Long asking us to PRAY FOR OUR STUDENTS!

OUR SYMPATHY is extended to: 
  • Cari, Selena, Sofia and Sue Johnson and their extended families on the passing of Lance this past Monday, after his long battle with ALS.  His services were held on Saturday.
  • The Pruett family as the mourn the passing of Hayden. He won his fight with cancer.

RESPONSE: Alyssa Nutt asked for prayers for personal issues she is dealing with.

PRAYER REQUESTS:
  • Johnny Nabors - Had a heart cath on Friday - NO STENTS!!
  • Donna McGee - Cancer
  • Vickie Humprey - Cancer
  • Webber Woodall - Was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease this past week.
  • Barbara Dean is at Heritage House for rehab.
  • Herschel McClain - Health 
  • Marie Faulkner - Health
  • Dorothy Pearce - Health
  • Daisy Redding - Recovering from knee surgery at home.
  • Jean Anthony - Health
  • Jackie Helm - Lung cancer
  • Kristi Anthony - Physical and mental health
  • Tyler McClour, grandson of Joy Barnett, is in California (deployed with his Army platoon) fighting the wildfires.
  • Jackie Smithson, Joyce Basinger's sister-in-law, has had pneumonia for 2 months.  She's back in the hospital, in Waco, in critical condition. 
  • Ann Levy, cousin of Terry Maxwell, has lung cancer.
  • Cooper Gibson (local 7 year old) is now in rehab in Dallas. (Great nephew of Judy Gibson.)
  • Diane Maroschia is a friend of Judy Gibson's.  She has been diagnosed with a brain tumor. 
  • Helen Short (friend of Anita Roden) is experiencing health issues.
  • Paul Denney - Local architect - Health
  • Please keep our troops and first responders in your prayers for safety. 
  • Also keep our teachers and students in your prayers.
SHUT-INS:   Leston and Lareece Maggard, Lucy Staley, Peggy Wright, Sarah Smith, Roy Jones, Kristi Anthony

THANK YOU to all who helped serve around 425 teachers this week!!!

 

 
RAINBOW ROOM: Lice kits, little girls underwear and jeans ALL sizes (school age).

PANTRY NEEDS: Thank you for your response to fill our pantry!!!

SIMPLE SUPPER:  S.S. is taking a summer break.

KEEP THE DATE:

Aug 20:  Monday Movie Night
Aug 22: Wed PM Speaker - Paul Castleman

Aug 29: End of Summer Celebration
Aug 29: Wed PM Speaker - Andy Garner
Sept 2:  Promotion Sunday
Sept 3:  Office Closed due to Labor Day holiday
Sept 4:  Men's Breakfast
Sept 12: Ladies Bible Class begins
Sept 16: Life Groups resume
Nov 7:  Blood Drive

Love you - MEAN IT! 

Our Sympathy....

Hayden Pruett, the 14 year old with cancer that we've been praying for, passed away last night. Please keep his family and friends in your prayers.

Also, one of my co-workers husband was tragically killed yesterday afternoon. Jace Short was an employee at Hargis Electric.
Please keep his family and friends in your prayers.

Friday, August 17, 2018

REMINDER - Monday Night!!!


PRAISE REPORT - 8/17

Johnny Nabors is out and everything is good with his heart, they didn’t have to do a stent or anything. Loretta hasn't talked to the doctor yet, but the nurses said everything was good....they said they would make sure the Dr came to talk to me before we left in two hours.

Thanks!!!!


Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Lance Johnson Services...

Lance Michael Johnson 48, of Paris, died at 10:00 PM, Monday, August 13, 2018 at his home.  A memorial service is set for 1:00 PM, Saturday, August 18, 2018 at the Lamar Avenue Church of Christ.  The family will receive friends following the service in the foyer of the church.  Fry & Gibbs Funeral Home has charge of the arrangements.
Lance was born January 21, 1970 in Tyler, Texas to Horace and Nina Sue Nelson Johnson.  He graduated from Robert E. Lee High School in Tyler and attended Tyler Junior College receiving his bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at Tyler.  He married Cari Doรฑel Smith on July 18, 1992 in Tyler.  Mr. Johnson coached soccer, volleyball, and tennis at North Lamar High School and was an All American Soccer Player.  Lance was a member of Lamar Avenue Church of Christ.
Survivors include his wife, Cari Smith Johnson; his two daughters, Selena Skye Johnson and Sophia Grace Johnson; his mother, Sue Johnson; two brothers, Eric Johnson and wife, Nicole and Ted Johnson and wife, Beth; mother-in-law, Peggy Smith; sister-in-law, Robyn Figgins and husband, Russell; brothers-in-law, Brad Smith and Rebecca Sheley and Jay Smith and wife, Penny; and numerous extended family.  He was preceded in death by his father, Horace Johnson; one brother, Jay Johnson; and his father-in-law, Jerry Smith.

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Teacher Appreciation 8/14

Thanks so much to all those who helped yesterday and today prepping and serving to help make this another successful luncheon. Thanks for all those that provided delicious desserts!  We had about 425 teachers and staff come through this afternoon and it went great.

Our Sympathy...

Lance Johnson passed away last night.  Please keep Cari, Selena and Sophia and his mom Sue in your prayers. 
A memorial service will be held Saturday with Fry-Gibbs Funeral Home is in charge of services.

Monday, August 13, 2018

The Vanderpool's

The Vanderpool's are featured in an on-line article today!  Please click on this link to read it!

Sunday, August 12, 2018

Prayer Request 8/12

Please add Johnny Nabors to your prayer list. He has a heart cath scheduled on Friday (8/17). His stress test showed some "slight" differences than last years test.  

Weekly Update - 8/13

Please keep our teachers and students in your prayers, as they get this new school year started.

OUR SYMPATHY is extended to Mrs. Ora Henderson.  Her grandson, who lives in California, was killed in a hit and run accident. Mrs. Ora is asking for prayers.

PRAYER REQUESTS:
  • Donna McGee - Breast cancer - had surgery this week.  Dr. thinks they got it all.
  • Barbara Dean is at Heritage House for rehab.
  • Herschel McClain - Health 
  • Robert Wilson - Is now back at Stillhouse in Room B24.
  • Marie Faulkner - Health
  • Dorothy Pearce - Health
  • Vickie Humprey - Cancer
  • Daisy Redding - Recovering from knee surgery at home.
  • Jean Anthony - Health
  • Charlotte Grooms - First mammo since her surgery... Got a great report from doctors this week.
  • Carol Murphy - Health
  • Jackie Helm - Lung cancer
  • Sarah Smith - Health
  • Lance Johnson - ALS
  • Kristi Anthony - Physical and mental health
  • Hayden Pruett - His cancer has grown and spread. He'll start a new treatment. (Friend of Kimberlynn Lee.)
  • Cooper Gibson (local 7 year old) is now in rehab in Dallas, after suffering from a brain bleed. (Great nephew of Judy Gibson.)
  • Diana DeNoon (Tanya Welch's Mom) - Health
  • Diane Maroschia is a friend of Judy Gibson's.  She has been diagnosed with a brain tumor. 
  • Helen Short (friend of Anita Roden) is experiencing health issues.
  • Paul Denney - Local architect - Health
  • Please keep our troops and first responders in your prayers for safety. 
SHUT-INS:   Leston and Lareece Maggard, Peggy Wright, Roy Jones, Kristi Anthony, Lance Johnson.

DON'T FORGET SACK THE PULPIT!!!  Be sure to pick up your sack and grocery list this week!  Let's crowd out the preacher!  Please bring all your paper sack full of pantry items to the front anytime up to our deadline of NEXT SUNDAY, August 19th.

BACK TO SCHOOL SUPPLY DRIVE:  If you haven't already, please take the time to shop and drop off much needed school supplies and/or backpacks to help out some of the kids at Justiss Elementary.  Specific lists are available at the table with the grey tote.  Please help if you are able!  Deadline is Wednesday August 15th!



 
RAINBOW ROOM: Lice kits, little girls underwear and jeans ALL sizes (school age).

PANTRY NEEDS: EVERYTHING IS NEEDED

SIMPLE SUPPER:  S.S. is taking a summer break.

KEEP THE DATE:

Aug 14:  Teacher Luncheon
Aug 19:  Sack the Pulpit
Aug 20:  Monday Movie Night
Aug 29: End of Summer Celebration
Aug 29: Wed PM Speaker - Andy Garner
Sept 2:  Promotion Sunday
Sept 3:  Office Closed due to Labor Day holiday
Sept 4:  Men's Breakfast
Nov 7:  Blood Drive
Love you - MEAN IT! 

Thursday, August 9, 2018

House of Hope

This Monday, August 13 2018 from 10-2, House of Hope will be giving out school supplies. We will have backpacks prepared and ready to go.
We will require you to
bring a school supply list for each child to verify their school.
We will ONLY be open for supplies, no shopping
.
You do not have to bring kids with you.


House of Hope
135 West Division
Blossom

Prayer Request - 8/9

UPDATE ON HAYDEN PRUETT, FROM HIS MOM:  Today has been a rollercoaster. This morning as you know we were coming to Dallas for an appointment to start Hayden's next treatment. As we stopped for breakfast I noticed the white of Hayden's eyes seemed yellowed. After checking Hayden's blood work his liver levels had almost tripled, his white blood count went from 7K to 32K, his creatine level had increased and most of his electrolytes were too low. An x-ray was done of his chest and CT of his brain. The x-ray showed that he has fluid built up in his lung and by feeling his abdomen they could tell the tumors had increased in size from last week. It was after his chest x-ray that everything seemed to close in on us. We were asked to decide if we wanted to put him through the procedure and it possibly not work or let him go home to spend what time he had left with his family. After discussing the chest tube Hayden had almost decided home might be the better choice but then we were told it is possible he just has an infection and it isn't just the tumors. If it is just an infection we might be able to start new treatment. We were first under the impression the treatment was off the table and that we were just looking for options to make him more comfortable. We also had to decide if Hayden started to get worse did we want life support intervention. He and I decided for moderate intervention but not full life support. We are now praying and hoping that tomorrow's chest tube will give us answers. Hayden's CT was clear and after getting fluids and electrolytes he is now able to stay awake and seems to be functioning better overall. We still have a lot to consider and still don't know what this will mean as far as his care yet but right now we are just trying to enjoy the time we have, and trying to remain hopeful. Thank you all for prayers today and as soon as I know what the next step will be I will let you know...
Oh yeah he is going back on previous treatment because it was slowing the tumor growth some so hoping it will help until his body is able to handle the next treatment if it is an option. God bless!

Wednesday, August 8, 2018

PRAISE REPORT - 8/8

Jason McGee just posted this update about Donna:  Mom is in recovery and doing well! They should be able to come home this evening. Thank you all for your prayers and well wishes during this stressful time. God is good!

PRAISE REPORT - 8/8

Charlotte Grooms just posted:  "Wahoooooo my mammogram was all CLEAR!!!!!!! Go back in 6 months for another one."

Our Sympathy...

Mrs. Ora Henderson's grandson, who lives in California, was killed in a hit and run incident. Mrs. Ora is asking for prayers.

Prayer Request - 8/8/18

Tanya Welch's Mom, Diana DeNoon, is in Lubbock having a heart angiogram done today. 

Update on Donna McGee - 8/8

Donna McGee will be having the procedure done today at 1:40PM @ Baylor Plano to remove the tumor in her breast. Please lift her little anxious heart up to God AND that the doctor is able to get it ALL!!! Amen!

Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Update on Charlotte Grooms 8/7

Charlotte posted this request:
"Ok all my praying warriors I go for my first mammogram, since surgery, in the morning. Thanks in advance."

Monday, August 6, 2018

He didn't...


Teachers and Administrators

When God is in the Classroom
Posted by MRSACKLEY

I’ve heard it said in various ways, “They have taken God out of the classroom.” I’ve even been asked, “How can you work in a public school when you can’t share your faith with the kids?” I’ve watched teachers walk away from public education with great frustration because of politics, evaluation systems, state standards, pay, and lack of support.
If I am being honest, there are days in which I ask, “Why am I still here?”
Yet, every time I ask myself that question, I hear a soft whisper in my soul… “Because I am here.”
God is in your classroom.
From the depths of my soul, I believe that God has never, can never, and will never be removed from the classroom–even a public school classroom.  One, He is bigger than that. Besides the fact that He is omnipresent , He is the “indwelling spirit” that fills you completely.  If you are in the classroom, He is there too. And that is why we stay when it is ridiculously tough. The kids that God brings into our classrooms need us– they need Him.

You are His Hands and Feet

The greatest among you will be your servant.” Matthew 23:11
Don’t think of your inability to freely talk about Jesus as a hindrance; rather, think of it as an opportunity to let every action be seasoned with the love and service of Christ. Jesus was the greatest servant of all time. Let the image of Jesus kneeling down to wash his disciples feet fill your mind for a second.  Creator God washed creations’ feet. Dirty, dusty, yucky feet. God humbled himself and served others throughout His entire time on the earth: feeding, healing, encouraging, and raising the dead. As a follower of Christ, He asks us to serve one another humbly in love–to be his hands and feet in the world.
How many shoes have you tied? How many messes have you bent down to help clean? How many kids have you leaned down to hug? How many tears have you wiped away? How many words of encouragement have you spoken? How many hours of your free time have you given up for your kids? Every day, you give all you have for the kids–all for their greater good. When you humble yourself and serve your children–you are being the hands of feet of Jesus in the classroom. And teacher, you do it ALL the time every day.
When you serve and love your students–God is in your classroom.
He is in the actions of your hands. He is in the actions of your feet. You are His hands and feet in the classroom.
That is why you stay.

Jesus Really Loves Children

Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of Heaven belongs to such as these.” Matthew 19:14
We may not always think highly of the children in our classroom, but Jesus certainly does. He loves them. Deeply. And God help us to think of them highly too. Because when we think highly of them, loving them becomes second nature. When we love our students, we are loving them with the love of God.
Love looks different in every moment, but it is love all the same. Love looks like you responding in patience. Love looks like you expressing  joy that your students showed up to school. Love looks like treating the kids with kindness when they deserve your wrath. Love looks like discipline all because you have high expectations for your kids–you believe in them. What?! Whatwould your classroom look like without love!? Your students need your love–they need the One through which your love comes.
When you love your kids, God is in your classroom.
That is why you stay.
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May you know that you are not alone; you are partnered with God. Your loving actions, however small they might seem to you, make a difference in the lives of children. The things you do for your students that are as natural and thoughtless as breathing, move the heart of God. Loving and serving people is second nature to you–you are a teacher. Daily, you lay down your life for your students. You are needed. You carry the presence of God. Every day, you humble yourself. You kneel down and serve your students. Your servant-heart does not go unnoticed by the greatest servant of all. He is proud of you. He is with you. He is in your classroom. 

Sunday, August 5, 2018

Weekly Update - 8/5


OUR SYMPATHY is extended to Ruth Ann Stallings and family as they grieve the passing of her brother, Ollie Jack. 

ANGELS ARE SINGING:  Bailey Fowler was baptized this past Sunday afternoon.  She is the daughter of Heath and Shelle Fowler.


PRAYER REQUESTS:
  • Donna McGee - Breast cancer - will be having surgery, this Wednesday at Baylor/Plano.
  • Barbara Dean is at Heritage House for rehab.
  • Herschel McClain - Health 
  • Robert Wilson - Is now back at Stillhouse in Room B24.
  • Allie Campbell - Health
  • Marie Faulkner - Health
  • Vickie Humprey - Cancer
  • Daisy Redding - Recovering from knee surgery at home.
  • Jean Anthony - Health
  • Charlotte Grooms - Health
  • Carol Murphy - Health
  • Jackie Helm - Lung cancer
  • Sarah Smith - Health
  • Lance Johnson - ALS
  • Kristi Anthony - Physical and mental health
  • Hayden Pruett - His cancer has grown and spread. He'll start a new treatment. (Friend of Kimberlynn Lee.)
  • Cooper Gibson (local 7 year old) is now in rehab in Dallas, after suffering from a brain bleed. (Great nephew of Judy Gibson.)
  • Diane Maroschia is a friend of Judy Gibson's.  She has been diagnosed with a brain tumor. 
  • Helen Short (friend of Anita Roden) is experiencing health issues.
  • Paul Denney - Local architect - Health
  • Please keep our troops and first responders in your prayers for safety. 
SHUT-INS:   Leston and Lareece Maggard, Peggy Wright, Roy Jones, Kristi Anthony, Lance Johnson.

RAINBOW ROOM: All sizes and gender summer clothes.  PJ's, shorts and tennis shoes.

PANTRY NEEDS: peanut butter, grape jelly, soup, crackers, canned fruit, canned mean, spaghetti sauce, cereal, bath soap, deodorant, shampoo, toothbrushes, toothpaste, and toilet paper.

SIMPLE SUPPER:  S.S. is taking a summer break.

 

KEEP THE DATE:

Aug 1:  Blood Drive
Aug 1:  Love Bears All Things - Jody Garner
Aug 5:  Pick up a sack & shopping list
Aug 8:  Love Believes All Things - Doug Page
Aug 12:  Faithful Readers
Aug 14:  Teacher Luncheon
Aug 19:  Sack the Pulpit
Aug 20:  Monday Movie Night
Aug 29: End of Summer Celebration
Aug 29: Wed PM Speaker - Andy Garner
Sept 2:  Promotion Sunday
Sept 3:  Office Closed due to Labor Day holiday
Sept 4:  Men's Breakfast
Nov 7:  Blood Drive
Love you - MEAN IT! 

Friday, August 3, 2018

Update on Robert Wilson - 8/3

Robert Wilson is back at Stillhouse/Room B24.

Jack Funeral Services

Ollie C. Jack, Jr., age 94, of Dallas, Texas passed away Tuesday, July 31, 2018 in Dallas. Services will be 11:00 am Saturday, August 4, 2018 in the Gene Roden Memorial Chapel of Roden Pryor Funeral Directors with John Cannon as officiant. A time of visitation with the family will take place immediately after the service at the funeral home. A private interment will take place in Evergreen Cemetery.
Ollie was preceded in death by his wife; a brother, Colonel James Henry Jack; two nephews, Johnny Stallings and Bryan Jack, who was killed on 9-11 in the plane that crashed into the Pentagon, where he worked. He is survived by his two sons, James Marshall Jack and Robert Oliver Jack, both of Dallas; sisters, Ruth Ann Stallings and husband, Gene, of Paris, and Martha McGinty, of Houston; nephews, Colonel James Terry Jack and wife, Iris, of New Mexico and Paul McGinty and wife, Laura, of Houston; nieces Anna Lee Stallings Young and husband, Tim, of Dallas, Laurie Stallings Vanderpool and husband, David, of Haiti, Jackie Stallings Chalk and husband, John, of Argyle, Texas, Martha Kate Stallings Gunn and husband, Keith, of Waco, Leanne McGinty Perry and husband, Brian, of Houston, and Janie McGinty of Houston. 

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Teachers Luncheon


Our Sympathy....

Ruth Ann Stalling's brother, Ollie Jack Jr., passed away yesterday after a battle with cancer. The services will be this Saturday at 11am at Roden's Funeral Home. Visitation will follow.