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Dans greatest pleasures in life were being able to spend summers with Elaine, kids and grandkids on happy road trips all across the U. Dan was preceded in death by Elaine, his loving wife of 60 years, on Sept 1, 2013; son John Robert Trew in 1960; and his sister, Nell Burrous of Amarillo in 2006.
Survivors include his wife of 39 years, Julie Barjenbruch; a son, Rob Barjenbruch and wife Lorena of Port Lavaca; a daughter, Erica Mitchell of San Antonio; his mother, Beth Sherrod of Wellington; a brother, Larry Adams of Wellington; his step father, Sam Adams of Wellington; and four grandchildren, Michael and John Barjenbruch and Sunny and Penelope Mitchell; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Interment followed at the Fairmount Cemetery under the direction of Harmon County Funeral Home of Hollis. Long was born in Hollis January 5, 1931 to William O. Attending Arnett School, Tillie graduated as valedictorian of her class in 1949. Bettye was born January 21, 1926 in Wellington to Jesse Grover and Willie Preston White Hunt. Dan was born October 18, 1928 near Wellington to John B. He grew up on the family farm in the Rolla community outside of Wellington before graduating from high school in 1946.
Memorials may be made to Cal Farleys Boys Ranch, PO Box 1890, Amarillo TX 79174 or the Wellington Cemetery Association, PO Box 321, Wellington TX 79095. On February 26, 1950 she married the love of her life, Odis Neal Long and they spent the next 51 years together before his death October 14, 2001. Franks; and a special caregiver, Juanita Hinojosa of Wellington. She married David Conant on December 28, 1959 in Amarillo. He earned BS and MS degrees in Education from West Texas State University and was a public schools principal from 1952-1968 in the Hereford, Borger, and Canyon ISDs.
A much loved Mother, Grandmother, great Grandmother and great great Grandmother, she was born in Plainview on November 21, 1909 to Jesse and Cora Goodson.
Emma met her husband, George Estes, shortly after she graduated from Wellington High School in 1929, and ran away after a brief courtship to marry him on September 10, 1929 just weeks before the fall of the stock market and the start of the Great Depression.She followed her husband from state to state and across half of Texas, from one construction job to the next, making a home and raising four children, two girls and two boys.After her husbands retirement they moved to Mansfield to be near her brothers. Survivors include his wife of 27 years, Gloria Thompson; a son, Donald Christopher Thompson; a stepson, Jacob De Leon; a brother, Jim Thompson; his lifelong friend, Dan Minter; numerous nieces and nephews; and a faithful companion, Harley Davidson Thompson. Arrangements were by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd., Amarillo. 24, 1928 in Wellington to Buford and Mary Chandler. He loved working with his hands, doing carpentry work and working with computers.