This page is dedicated to the remembrance of our Deceased 1960 Classmates. If you know of others or
have obituary information that can be added under the name and picture of our deceased classmates, please send that
information to John@Bisons1960.net so we may honor them by including
them on our remembrance page. Female classmates
are alphabetized by their maiden names.
Ronnie passed away on March
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Patricia Ann Boynton
Myron Weldon Brigman, Jr.
Sara passed away on April 17, 2015
at the age of 72. She was buried on April 23, 2015 at Ridgeview Memorial Park in Allen, Texas.
Richard "Dick" Andrew Click
Sue Culbertson Johnson/Huley
Dana Ludean Dotson Koepke
(Joey) Foreman, Jr.
Richard Arlington Gray
Richard was born on May 21, 1942. He joined
the U.S. Army and served for three years and had attained the rank of First Lieutenant before his death. Richard was
transferred to South Vietnam on October 3, 1966. He died at the age of 25 in service to his country when the airplane
he was in crashed in Gia Dink Province in South Vietnam on June 9, 1967.
Faye Murphy Hedgepeth
Patricia Ann Willis Henderson
Barbara Ann Holloway Hildebrand
Barbara was born on October 31, 1941 in Dallas and died in Fort Worth on August
6, 2015 at the age of 73. She was the eldest of three children and was a graduate of Texas Tech University
where she was an active member of the Gamma Iota chapter of Alpha Phi sorority. Barbara married James "Jim" Hildebrand
in 1964, and they had three children. She enjoyed a long career in elementary education in the Dallas ISD.
Barbara was a volunteer in her church and was active in her Sunday school class for many years.
She had a vast appreciation for music of all genres, from frequenting the Dallas Opera to singing in her church choir
and supporting the DeSoto Marching Band and Drum Corps International. She was also highly involved in the
Girl Scouts organization, spending many years as a troop leader and day camp counselor. Above all, her
family was most important to Barbara. As a PTA member, room mother, band booster, drill team mom and just
"Beebe", she was always supportive of her children and grandchildren. She was survived by her
husband, Jim, and their daughters Ashley Turner (Dan) and Katherine Wilson (Chris), her son Stefan Hildebrand (Christina),
sister Nancy Rutledge (Tom), brother, W.H. "Tracy" Holloway III, seven grandchildren; and numerous cousins, nieces
Calvin Horton, Jr.
Everett Cecil Hullum, Jr.
was a loving husband, father and grandfather, a faithful friend, devoted churchman and versatile, award-winning Atlanta journalist.
He died of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) on July 12, 2015 in Princeville, Hawaii at the age of 73.
Everett was born on January 10, 1942, in Vicksburg, Mississippi, to Mary Evelyn Webb and
Everett Cecil Hullum, Sr. The family moved to Dallas in 1954 and Everett graduated from Sunset High School in 1960. He earned a Bachelor of Journalism degree from the University of Texas at Austin in 1964 and worked as
a sports reporter on the Waco News-Tribune before moving to Memphis, Tennessee to edit publications for the Southern Baptist
Brotherhood Commission. After working three years at the commission, serving a stint in the U.S. Army and
earning a Master of Journalism degree at Syracuse University, Everett moved to Atlanta to work for the Southern Baptist Home
Mission Board. As assistant editor, then editor of "Home Missions" magazine, he produced a cutting-edge publication
that won numerous regional and national editing, writing and photography/design awards. Following his successful
career in religious journalism, Everett worked for NationsBank (later Bank of America) as editor of publications. "He
was a salt-of-the-earth kind of man and a great friend and teammate," one of his co-workers recalls. “Talented,
good-humored, generous and demanding of quality in a deceptive, 'aw-shucks' kind of way. He made us look good, then gave us
the credit. Working with Everett made you better.” After retiring from the bank, Everett continued
editing and designing publications for various nonprofits, including The Carter Center, Heifer International,
Agnes Scott College and Georgia Tech. Everett was married to Cheri Johnson for twenty-four years
and they had three children together. Later, Everett married Rebecca Parrot and they enjoyed many years
of fun-filled retirement in Taos, N.M. and Princeville, Hawaii where Everett served faithfully in various charitable ministries
of local Episcopal congregations. He was preceded in death by his mother and
father and his greatly adored sister, Janice Rebecca Hullum Edwards. He is survived by his loving and devoted
wife Rebecca Parrott Hullum of Princeville; son Matthew Jay Hullum, daughter-in-law Anna and grandsons Webb and Mills of Austin,
Tx.; daughter Jane Hullum Berglund, son-in-law Don and grandson Everett of Atlanta; son Khanh Duong, daughter-in-law Kitty
and grandchildren Kris, Keifer and Kate of Roswell; stepson Michael Holcomb, and stepgrandsons James, Dylan, Shane and Caleb
of Flower Mound, Tx.; stepson Dr. James Long of Corinth, Miss.; brother-in-law George Edwards of Austin; niece Louisa Edwards
White and nephew-in-law Nick White of Austin; niece Georgia Edwards, nephew-in-law Jeff Carey and great-nephew Sam Carey of
Gales Ferry, Connecticut.
Calvin Horton, Jr.
Lynn passed away on April 25, 2011
Casey Jones, Jr.
away in Grapevine, December 24, 2015 at the age of 73. He was born on May 1, 1942 in Dallas and he grew up in Oak Cliff. He
attended Hampton Place and Calvary Baptist Churches. Warren went to school at Lida Hooe Elementary, Greiner Junior High and
Sunset High Schools. He earned his Bachelors Degree at the University of Texas Arlington. His first career job was with the
Pillsbury Co. who enabled him to go back to school, following which he worked for the Curtiss Candy Co. He then moved on to
Wrangler Jeanswear. He enjoyed early retirement so he could pursue many hobbies including golf, fishing, gardening and collecting
cars. He had time to reestablish friendships with several old school chums. Warren Casey really enjoyed his family and friends.
He was devoted to his lovely wife and their time together. He was preceded in death by his father, Casey Jones; mother, Dorothy
Robinson-Humphreys (Jones), and sister, Barbara Bull. He is survived by his wife of 51 years, Linda Jones; sons Terry Jones
(Glendale, CA), and Tim Jones (Conroe, TX). Grandchildren; Ashleigh Jones, Bradley Jones, and Madison Watson; nieces; Glenda
Polk, Cynthia Irvin, and nephews; Kenneth Bull, Chris Bull, and David Bloyed.
Charlotte Ruth King Irwin
Charlotte K. Irwin, loving mother, grandmother, "Ga Ga," and friend, passed away Sunday, Jan. 18,
2015, after a long struggle with multiple health problems. Her son was by her side. She was 72. Charlotte was born to
Helen Muckleroy on Sept. 22, 1942, in Cleburne. She received her bachelor's degree from North Texas State University,
where she met her future husband. Charlotte married Michael Howard Irwin in 1965. She was a career financial professional
working for Tate Springs Baptist Church, Jesko & Associates, and Fielder Road Baptist Church, all of Arlington. After
many years of service, Charlotte retired to be a full-time grandmother, a job she took very seriously, and a Disney enthusiast,
often visiting the parks without her grandchildren. She loved everything Mickey. Charlotte was an active member of Walnut
Ridge Baptist Church where she attended Sunday school with many friends. Charlotte was preceded in death by her husband, Mike;
and mother, Helen. Survivors: Son, Greg and wife, Melissa Sandoval Irwin; daughter Michelle Keen and husband, Chris Keen;
and grandchildren, Olivia, Jack, Emma Kate, Talen, Vance, Cooper and Chance.
Jerry passed away on January 7, 1996
(Kathy) Katherine May
Jerry Wayne Nolen
Jerry was a long-time resident of Dallas. He
was reared in Oak Cliff and was a retired Southwestern Bell employee. Jerry's focus in life was his belief in God, his
love of family, his loving wife- Jody, and his childen-Randy and Julie. He enjoyed his friends, holidays, good food and
live entertainment. Jerry passed away on January 12, 2012.
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William Hoyt Pilkilton, Jr.
Hoyt lived on Preston Peninsula on Lake Texhoma
near Pottsboro, Texas. He died on November 23,2012 at the age of 71 while visiting Bangkok, Thailand.
(Linn) D. Santere
Martin Singleton, Jr.
Sandra Lynn Thurston Collier
Stephen (Steve) Vermillion
Patricia Ann Willis Henderson