Mary Sue Brimer
Funeral services for Mary Sue Brimer, 67, of Emory were held on October 24 at Wilson-Orwosky Funeral Home Chapel. Bro. Robert Burns officiated. Interment followed in Dunbar Cemetery.
Mrs. Brimer died on October 22 in Dallas. She was born on July 28, 1947, in Greenville to Betty Jane Williams Sisk. She married Billy Leon Brimer in Hugo, Oklahoma, on March 17, 1965.
She was a homemaker, mother and most importantly, grandmother. She worked as a beautician for many years.
She is survived by her husband; sons, Billy Lee Brimer and wife Karen and Buddy Allen Brimer and wife Tonia, all of Emory; daughter, Sherry Jane Brimer Smith and husband Matt of Emory; sister, Thelma Jo Sisk of Sulphur Springs; brothers, Paul Henry Sisk of Yantis and Gary Weldon Sisk of Louisiana; grandchildren, Bobby and wife Laci Jo, Brandon, Bryce, Jacob, Cole, and Brooklyn; great-grandchildren, Brynlee, Brylie, Lillian and Gage; extended children, Teresa Phillips, Tony Sisk, Eddie Sisk, Robin Knight, Courtney Sisk, Trent Sisk, Jeff and Kelly Roberts; extended grandchildren, Kyle, Kolten, Kolby, Louis, Logan, Cee Jay and Kinley; nieces, Rhonda, Melanie, Mindy, Marla and Sonya; nephews, Justin, Travis and Ken Tangy; and numerous other nieces and nephews.
Mrs. Brimer was preceded in death by her mother in 1958; daughter, Tina Sue Brimer in 1968; brothers, Kenneth Sisk, Louis Sisk and Earl Sisk; and sister, Betty Louise Sisk.
James Alvin Redmon
Funeral services for James Alvin Redmon, 77, of Point were held on October 25 at First Baptist Church of Point. Bro. Ray Crumpton and Bro. Keith Cogburn officiated. Interment followed in Woosley Cemetery.
Mr. Redmon died on October 21, 2014, at his residence. He was born in Mansfield on July 12, 1937, to George Washington and Evelyn Elizabeth Long Redmon. He married Jimmie Lavern Latham in Dallas on December 31, 1968.
He worked for and retired from Gifford-Hill American in Grand Prairie. He also served in the U.S. Army Infantry.
Mr. Redmon was a member of First Baptist Church in Point and attended the adult married couples Sunday school class.
He is survived by his wife of Point; sons, Bobby Alvin Redmon and wife Sissy of Purdon, Jerry Wayne Redmon and wife Rita of Frost and Anthony Lane Redmon and wife Elizabeth Ann of Emory; daughter, Teresa Rene' Brown and husband Guy of Emory; sisters, Lorita Farmer and husband L.D. of Ben Wheeler and Anna Bell Morgan of Randolph; brother, Larry Martin Redmon and wife Peggy of Waxahachie; grandchildren, Christina, Kasondra, Kristin, Felicia, Mathew, Ethan, Kurt Nicholas, Tiffany, Matthew, Justin, Dalton, Cameron, Kelsey, Erica, Abigail and Nathan; 14 great-grandchildren and one on the way; and numerous other loving family and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents; brothers, Rodney, George and Pat; and sister, Betty Farmer.
Services are pending for Ramiro Jimenez of Cumby with West Oaks Funeral Home in Sulphur Springs.
Mr. Jimenez died on October 22.
A complete obituary is expected to be published in next week's issue of the Rains County Leader.