Dolores Ann Reynolds

Dolores Ann Reynolds

Dolores Ann Archer Dillon Reynolds, 92, loving Mother, Sister, Aunt, Grandmother, Great-Grandmother, and Great-Great-Grandmother gained her angel wings on November 22, 2022. Dolores was born May 18, 1930, and was preceded in death by her parents, Johnny and Ruby Archer, her husband, Raymond Reynolds, and a son, John Michael Dillon.

Dolores is survived by her sister, Linda Archer Wood, and husband Steve, daughter, Cindy Dillon, and her sons Denny Dillon and wife Melody, Rex Reynolds and wife Tammy, and Sam Reynolds and wife Julia. Daughter-in-law’s, Deborah Dillon and Vicky Reynolds remained close to her.  She was the proud grandmother of Him Bob Jennings, Tammy Steinert, Dustin Dillon, Dawn Dillon, Michael Dillon, Josh Reynolds, Holly Reynolds, Jeremy Reynolds, Adam Reynolds, Shane Reynolds, and Aaron Lynch. Her legacy also includes the following great-grandchildren: Parker, Samantha, Birkleigh, James, Justin Christian, Bryan, Tanner, Tyler, Gentry, Chesna, Anna, Chance, Cassidy, Cole, Chloe, Coy, Kinsley, Ava, and Jude.  Great-great-grandchildren are Abigail and Alexander.  She had to many friends to name them all but the family would especially like to acknowledge Ann Cook for her dear friendship.

Dolores worked  very hard all of her life at the City of Amarillo, Heartly County, Randall Count, Dr. Brooker’s Office, United Market Street, and as Avon and Mary Kay Representative. In these many jobs, she worked on her steady feet in jobs ranging from cook and waitress to crossing guard and jailer.  She lived to share her stories of living through the Great Depression, a World War, and many, many tales like learning to fly an airplane as a teenager and delivering a grandson in the back of an ambulance.  her greatest passion and favorite job was to be the best mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and great-great-grandmother.  she was a queen to us all and will be terribly missed.

Graveside service will be at Dreamland Cemetery, Canyon, TX.  Service date is pending at this time.

Bryson Dunleavy Chandler

Bryson Dunleavy Chandler

Bryson Dunleavy Chandler, 35, of Amarillo, Texas passed away on October 8, 2022, in Amarillo at his home. Services will be held at a later date.

Bryson was born March 5, 1987, in Amarillo, Texas. Bryson enjoyed playing on his laptop, cooking and talking about sports. He was full of life, even after his traumatic brain injury in 2015, he tried to enjoy life.

He was preceded in death by his brother, Joey.

Those left to cherish his memory are his mom, Jill; his brothers, Evan (Rachel) and Sean; his nephew, Ryley; his niece, Lucy; his grandma, Anne Nyquist, as well as aunts, uncles and cousins.

James Dale Ford

James Dale Ford

James Dale Ford, age 66, of Amarillo, Texas, passed away November 9, 2022, after losing his battle with cancer, in Amarillo.

Memorial Services will be held at 11:00 a.m., December 3, 2022, in the Sanctuary at South Georgia Baptist Church, 5209 S Georgia St, Amarillo, Texas.

James was born December 29, 1955, to Christine Ford and Eugene Ford Sr. in Oxnard, California.

He graduated from Rio Mesa High School in 1974 in Oxnard California. His hobbies included learning about birds, plants, reptiles, fish, and genealogy. He loved reading novels, enjoyed watching DVDs, and listening to his music.

He was preceded in death by his father Eugene Ford Sr.

He is survived by his mother Christine Ford; two brothers, Don Ford, and Eugene Ford Jr.; two sisters Mary Miller, and Donna Clark and husband Tom Clark; a daughter Jessica Lynch and husband Glen Lynch, as well as numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins; He is also survived by his loving cats Rascal and Ginger.

Koloa Redburn

Koloa Redburn

Koloa Redburn, 69, of Amarillo, Texas, went to be with her Lord and Savior surrounded by her family on November 13, 2022, in Amarillo. Koloa was born February 27, 1953, to Thomas Nelson Kelly and Bessie Glendene Carter in El Dorado, Kansas.

She was preceded in death by her husband, James Redburn; her parents, Thomas Nelson Kelly and Bessie Glendene Carter; her sister, Debra Catalano and her nephew, Lonie Basina.

Those left to cherish her memory are her children, Raymond Redburn, Kaloa Warren and Nolana Redburn; her grandchildren, Yasmin Ortiz, Ramiro Sanchez (23), Christopher Sanchez (22), Ofelia Sanchez (20), Thomas Vanwey (31), Matthew Vanway (27), Sarah Warren (15), Raymond Redburn Jr. (6); six great-grandchildren; five sisters; three brothers and many nieces and nephews.

Robert Lucio

Robert Lucio

Robert Lucio, 65, of Amarillo, Texas, went to be with his Lord and Savior on November 8, 2022, in Amarillo.

Memorial services will be held at 12:00 PM, Wednesday, November 16, 2022, at St. Matthews Methodist Church, 1631 S. Roberts, St., Amarillo, TX 79102.

Robert was born May 13, 1957, to Pedro Lucio and Maria Carman (Hernandez) Lucio in Quemado, Texas. Robert was a long-time resident in Pharr, Texas but spent 20 years or so in Amarillo, Texas with his family. He was an agricultural farm hand. Robert was also a very talented mechanic. He loved oldies, low riders and cruising’. His greatest enjoyment was talking on the phone with family, he always made friends wherever he went. Robert was a giving man, and he will always be remembered as having a golden heart. Robert was cherished dearly and will be greatly missed.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

Those left to cherish his memory are his son, Sergio Lucio; his daughter-in-law, Jessica Lucio; his grandchildren, Steven, Charles, Emma, Kanna, Edgar, Eric, Jason, Allison and Sergio Lucio Jr.; his siblings, Antonia Retana and Jesus of Texico, Jose M. Lucio, Arturo Lucio, Arnulfo Lucio and Kim of Amarillo, Rosa Martinez and Tony as well as his nieces and nephews.