I went to school with Emmett in Galveston. I also worked with Claire at UTMB. I was one of "her" radiology technicians while we were both at Jennie Sealy in the 70's. She was a very sweet hard working lady.
Rayedene Seal Graves
Galveston Daily News
Aubra Haynes, 69, of 2120 avenue P1/2;, Galveston, died at
1 a.m. Tuesday in St. Mary's Hospital, after a lengthy illness.
Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday at Sacred
Heart Church. Galveston. Father T. W. Kappe officiating.
Burial will be in Rosewood Cemetery, Houston.
Johnnie Mae McPeak
Johnnie Mae McPeak passed
away Saturday. March 4, 2000, at Columbia Mainland Center
Hospital, Texas City, Texas. Service- arrangements are pending with Broadway Funeral Home, Galveston.
Johnnie Mary Haynes McPeak
TEXAS CITY - Johnnie Mary Haynes McPeak passed
away on Saturday, March 4, 2000, at Columbia Mainland
Center Hospital in Texas City, Texas. A Mass of Christian
Burial will be held at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 8, 2000, at St. Peter The Apostle Catholic Church, Galveston, with Fr.William Bartniski, pastor, as celebrant. Entombment will follow services Wednesday in the Mausoleum at Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Dickinson, Texas. A vigil service
will be held at 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, March 7, 2000, in the
Memorial Room of Broadway Funeral Home, also in Galveston.
Mrs. McPeak's family will be receiving friends at the funeral home Tuesday evening after 5:00 p.m.
Mrs. McPeak was born August 28, 1915, in Bonus, Texas,
and, prior to her moving to the Galveston County area, was a
longtime Bay City resident, graduating from Bay City High
School. She was a very loving wife, a wonderful mother and
grandmother and her memories left to share among her family
will be held within their hearts. She leaves behind her husband,William Lee McPeak of La Marque, Texas; her daughter,Johnnie Mary Verschoyle and husband Rowe of Galveston, Texas; and her son, AD. Haynes and wife Juanice of Houston,Texas. Also saddened by this loss are Mrs. McPeak's stepchildren, Margie Jones and husband Art of Kentucky; Liz Frisbee, also of Kentucky; Bob McPeak and Bill McPeak, both of California; her three grandsons,
Curtis Garland, Joseph Garland and Stephen Haynes;
her two great-grandchildren, J.R. Garland and Lindsay Garland; and also her two stepgrandchildren.
Sharing in this loss, too, are Mrs. McPeak's four
sisters, Clara Billiott of Galveston, Cecilia Reil of Pasadena,Veronica Allen of Hitchcock and Eloise Serafine of Bay City,Texas; and her brother, Joseph Nolan of San Antonio, Texas. Pallbearers will be Curtis Garland,
Garland,Joseph Garland, Stephen Haynes, Patrick Garland III,
Alex Billiott and Dorrance Ganter. Honorary pallbearers
will be Joe Dial and Bob Ford.
Clara Mae Billiott
LA MARQUE-Clara Mae Billiott passed away peacefully at her residence in La Marque, Texas, on Wednesday, October 23,
2002. One of nine children, Clara was born in Eagle
Lake, Texas, on February 2,1913, to her parents, John J.
and Ella Nolan. Her father's employment brought them
to-Bay City, Texas and as a young child, she and her
eight siblings grew up to be part of that community.
Becoming the family's homestead, Clara would frequently
visit back to Bay City when such times would allow, bringing her children back home to enjoy her childhood family homestead.
Clara was married to Alex B. Billiott, Sr. and upon this
union, she and Mr. Billiott relocated to Galveston,
Texas. She was a hard working individual who dedicated
herself to taking care of her family. In her young adult
life, Clara was employed at W.T. Grant's, working diligently
for many years. Upon gaining working experience and a desire to better herself, Clara became employed by The University of Texas Medical.Branch, working as
manager of the Coffee Shop there at the University. She
later transferred to the Radiology Department
where she worked for some 25 years before retiring from
Mrs. Billiott is survived by her children, Alex B. Billiott.
Jr. and wife, Helen of Galveston, Texas, Dolores F.
Curry of Huntington Beach, California, and Emmett M.
Billiott of Seoul, South Korea. Also saddened by her
loss are Mrs. Billiott's grandchildren, Frank J.
Curry, Judy K. Perry, Jason Curry, Steven M. Curry,
Rebecca L. Curry, Stephen W. Billiott, Nicole M. Billiott, Michael Billiott, Peggy Billiott and Jeffrey Billiott and also her greatgrandchildren, Brittany Billiott, Deyen Billiott, Dylan Billiott, Claudia F. Curry, Isabella M. Curry,Justin Michael Perry and Anders K. Perry, her daughter-in-law, Linda Billiott Langford of Dickinson,
Texas, a host of other relatives and friends. She will
be sadly missed.
Broadway Funeral Home
Alex B. Billlott Sr.
GALVESTON — Alex Bernard Billiott, Sr,, 86, longtime resident of Galveston, died Tuesday September
1, at Avalon Place Care Center in Texas City. He was born
May 5, 1906 in Lockport, Louisiana. He was retired from
the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and from the Letter Shop. He was also a member of the Catholic Church.
Mr. Billiott is survived by two sons, Alex B. Billiott, Jr. of Galveston, and Emmett M. Billiott of Wellston, Oklahoma; one daughter, Dolores F. Curry of Huntington
Beach, California; grandchildren, Frank Curry, Judy Perry,
Steve Curry, Rebecca Curry, and Jason Curry all of Calif., Stephen Billiott and Nicole Billiott of Galveston,
and Michael Billiott and Jeffery Billiott of La Marque, great grandchildren, Peggy Billiott of Oklahoma, Justin Perry and Anders Parry both of Calif.
J. Levy & Bro. Funeral Home
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