Sylvia Raymond

Sylvia Raymond

Sylvia Raymond, 69, of Canyon, Texas went to be with the Lord on June 13, 2024, at home surrounded by loved ones. Sylvia was born in Burnet, Texas on December 11, 1954, to Domingo and Elena Hernandez. At age six she was blessed with her dad Conrado Perez Sr.

Sylvia married the late Roman Garcia Sr. and together they had three children: Roman, Margie, and Christi. She later married Steve Raymond, gaining two more children: Amy and Jeremy. They resided in Friona, Texas before moving to Colorado, then Oklahoma. Upon retirement they moved to Canyon, Texas.  They were married for 34 years.

Sylvia was a hard worker. She worked at Cargill for 29 years and Memorial Hospital of Texas County for 11 years. She was a devoted Christian who enjoyed teaching Sunday school, singing on the praise and worship team, and serving wherever she was needed. She loved family vacations, puzzles, and reading. She will be remembered for her servant’s heart, positive attitude, and beautiful smile.

She was preceded in death by her parents.

Those to carry on her legacy include her husband Steve Raymond of Canyon, Texas; five children: Roman (Jessica) Garcia of Friona, Texas, Margie Garcia of San Antonio, Texas, Christi (Fredie) Merino of Canyon, Texas, Amy (Edgar) Hernandez of Mineola, Texas, and Jeremy (Angie) Raymond of Friona, Texas; 15 grandchildren; 8 great-grandchildren with one on the way; seven brothers: Henry Hernandez, Manuel Hernandez, Conrado Perez Jr., Garry Hernandez, Ricky Hernandez, Sonny Hernandez, John Hernandez, and three sisters: Terry Coburn, Sally Aguirre, and Rachel Prieto.

The family would like to extend a special thanks to BSA Hospice of the Southwest: D’Dee, Lindsey, Brenda, and volunteer sitter Charlie.

A Memorial Service will be held at 1:00 pm Friday, June 28, 2024, at Iglesia Rios de Agua Viva, 610 W 7th St Friona, Texas.

Bruce Edward Dainwood

Bruce Edward Dainwood

Bruce Edward Dainwood, 65, was born on Oct. 5, 1958, to Vernon A. (Buck) and Mae Dean Dainwood and departed this life on June 15, 2024, in Amarillo, Texas.

Bruce was born and raised in Foreman, Arkansas. He graduated from Foreman High School and began a long-standing career of welding, and later, a welding inspector. This work took him around the world. In line with his exceptional talent for welding and metal work, he enjoyed making beautiful knives.

To truly know Bruce was to know he loved his family, friends, fun, and occasional debates. Bruce lived life to the fullest, never met a stranger. His family loved him dearly and they called him Pops. He was an avid outdoors man and was involved in the Southern Sportsmen Foundation, a group of outdoor enthusiasts who want to share our love for the outdoors with people who have disabilities, including children and veterans.

As a proud member of the Rocky Comfort Masonic Lodge, Bruce believed that God is in control of his world, and He has provided a life beyond the grave. Bruce joined Rocky Comfort Masonic Lodge #468 in Foreman, Arkansas in March of 1992 and was a perpetual member. The family wishes to thank everyone for your kind words, love, and prayers during his passing.

He was preceded in death by his parents and brother, Vernon A. Dainwood Jr.

Left to cherish his memory are his wife Gail, who was the love of his life; their children Shannon Kirby and wife Keisha, Chad Giovengo and wife Selene, Brannen Kirby and wife Kenda, Brandon Hattaway and wife Brooke, and Clint Hattaway and wife Carrie; 17 grandchildren, and 12 great-grandchildren.  He also leaves behind one sister and brother-in-law, Virginia and Bill Hickox of Marshall, Texas; one niece; two great-nieces, and several relatives, extended family members and numerous friends.

Cremation was handled by Lighthouse Funeral Home in Amarillo, Texas.

A Memorial Service will be held at the First Baptist Church in Foreman, Arkansas on Saturday, June 22, 2024, at 2:00 p.m.

Cris Arras Lucio

Cris Arras Lucio

Cris (Arras) Lucio – beloved mom, aunt, sister and grandmother -passed away peacefully in her home on June 8, 2024, after a 3-month battle with cancer. Cris was born in Pecos, Texas to Ernesto and Rosa Arras.

She was a devoted mother to five children, Cori Flores (and partner David Bales, of Erick, Oklahoma), Ruben Lucio Jr. (and partner, Melissa Castillo, of Hereford, Texas), Ricky Lucio (of Hereford, Texas), Carmen Sustaita (and spouse Valentine Sustaita, of Amarillo, Texas) and Connie Lucio (and partner William Ramos, of Amarillo, Texas) – all of whom were her pride and joy – each in their own special way.

Cris was always quick to tell others that her children were her saving grace – and each of their births changed her life for the better. Her children felt that in love she gave, and the countless ways in which she supported them through her never-ending prayers.

Cris was preceded in death by her father, Ernesto Arras; her mother, Rosa Arras; two sisters, Norma Arras and Lidia Ornelas; her husband Demetrio Tarango, and a granddaughter Johanna Eliseth Lucio.

She is survived by two sisters, Modesta Acevedo and Mary Chavez, both of Hereford; a brother, Alfredo Arras, of Amarillo; her five children; 19 grandchildren, and 18 great-grandchildren – all of whom will never forget the love and joy she brought to their lives.

Cris took special joy in spending quality time with her grandchildren. She loved to cook and bake – for and with them. Her favorite tradition was making sure that everyone had their favorite cake and meal on their birthday. But, in addition to good food and baked goods – she always took extra special care to also feed their souls. She did this by making sure there was always room in their hearts for the truly important things, such as laughter, joy, silliness, music, dancing, and Jesus.

She was a creator of moments and cherisher of memories. Her favorite hobbies were playing volleyball, taking photographs, and planning sleepovers, movie nights, food fights, and other family outings and random adventures.

Cris maintained a spirit of kindness, grace, strength, and faith up until the very end of her time here on earth. Despite her last battle being an extremely difficult one – she always kept a positive spirit, never faltered, and not once did she allow her trials to rob her of her smile. Cris overcame adversity and laid a strong foundation in the paths of those she leaves behind.

Her imprint on this world will be the contribution of those she leaves behind – her legacy – one that is rooted in Christ and based on love and respect (for self, and others.) She will be dearly missed, and a void will be felt in the hearts of all who loved her.

Hiram Wayne “Hie” Robison

Hiram Wayne “Hie” Robison

Hiram Wayne “Hie” Robison, 53, of Perryton, Texas, passed away surrounded by his loving family on June 14, 2024.  He was born March 4, 1971, in Amarillo, to Lynn Robison and Brenda Hustead.

A Memorial Service will be held at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, June 22, 2024, at Community Worship Center, 2210 SW 15th Ave, Perryton, Texas.

Hiram graduated from Perryton High School in May 1991. He then joined the Army and was stationed in Berlin Germany. On December 7, 1991, he married Melea Smith and in February she was able to join him in Berlin. In March of 1993 their lives were blessed with the birth of their first daughter Taryn. Hie worked as a mechanic in the Army keeping all the things in the motor pool running. There were lifetime friendships made there that became family. After three years in Berlin Germany, Hiram was stationed in Ft. Hood Texas. The second Robison girl was a month away from being born. In August of 1994 Nikki made her arrival and Hie was the proudest Daddy in the world to two beautiful daughters, he loved them with every fiber of his being. 

After four years of service, he moved his family to Perryton Texas. He worked for Schlumberger for 18 years. Due to illness from Multiple Sclerosis, he was left with no choice but to quit working. He spent 10 years at home being a great Pawpaw until his body required more care. He moved to Ussery Roan Veterans Home in Amarillo, Texas and made lots of friends, especially his best buddy there, Tom Jones. This was his home for three years where he brightened everyone’s lives. When Hie was 53 years old, after 31 years of battling MS, he went to be with Jesus. 

Hie loved spending time with friends and family any chance he got. He loved giving his grandbabies, or anyone who would fit on his scooter, a ride as fast as it would go. Hie loved grilling and making brownies for his grandbabies. Hie loved hunting, shooting guns, fishing, going to the mountains, and really anything outdoors. Hie loved a lot of things, but one thing he didn’t like was the word “can’t.” Hiram’s saying was “Can’t never did nothing for nobody,” and he sure lived his life that way. You would never find him feeling sorry for himself or giving up. Oh, and one more thing Hiram loved his football, HOW ‘BOUT THEM COWBOYS!!!!

Hiram was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents Floyd and Melba Hustead, his paternal grandparents L.D., and Mary Robison, and his sister Cindy McLerran. 

Hiram is survived by his wife Melea Robison; his two daughters Taryn Lizardo and her husband Teto, and Nikki Evans and her husband Joseph; his three grandsons Kadeias Nelson, Grason Lizardo, and Reagan Nelson; and his two granddaughters Rhylin Evans and Bexleigh Evans; his mother Brenda Dunn and husband James; his father Lynn Robison and wife Nora; his brothers, Curtis Robison and wife Stacie, and Billy Robison and wife Kay Ann, and his sister Sheree Evans and husband Brandon. 


Heather Renee Garcia

Heather Renee Garcia

Heather Renee Garcia, 42, of Amarillo, passed away June 10, 2024.  She was born August 17, 1981, in Montgomery County, Virginia to Alton Ray Boyd and Mary Ellen McKinley.

Heather was a beloved mom, daughter, sister and aunt, most importantly, a friend to all. She enjoyed camping, hiking, painting, attending music festivals, but most of all, spending quality time with her son, Ramon. Heaven has gained an angel, but we will miss her very much. We will share her celebration of life at a future date.

She was preceded in death by her stepfather, Bill McKinley.

Heather is survived by her husband, Rudolfo Garcia, Jr.; a son, Ramon; her beloved mother, Mary McKinley, and two brothers, Robert Lovell and John Lovell.  Heather had an amazing gift training dogs to be well behaved.  She is also survived by her Pitbull/Husky (Pitski) Jeremy.