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Church service for , age 84, of Muleshoe, Texas, is scheduled for 11:00 AM, Friday, June 29, 2018 at Calvary Baptist Church in Muleshoe with Brother Jeff Coffman of Muleshoe officiating. Burial will be in Muleshoe Memorial Park. Lester died Tuesday, June 26, 2018 in Lubbock, Texas. He was born December 27, 1933 in Seymour, Texas to Marion Martin and Ethel Jaunita (Jones) Morgan. He married Marjorie Webb in Matador, Texas on May 29, 1953.
Lester retired as a sales manager with Coca Cola after 42 years. He was a member of Calvary Baptist Church in Muleshoe. Lester is preceded in death by his parents; a sister, Edna Mae Welch; and three brothers, Bill Morgan, Jerry Morgan and Ricky Morgan.
Lester is survived by his wife, Marjorie; his daughter, Pam Thomason and her husband, Charles of Muleshoe, Texas; two sisters, Lucille Barker of Midland, Texas and Anita Moss of Burkburnett, Texas; one brother, Bud Morgan if Wichita Falls, Texas; two grandchildren, Brandon Thomason and his wife, Jana and Bradley Thomason and his wife, Kala; and four great-grandchildren, Mackenzie Thomason, Braylee Thomason, Seth Thomason and Kinley Thomason.
The family suggests memorials be sent to Muleshoe Meals on Wheels, 300 South 1st Street, Muleshoe, Texas, 79347 or Calvary Baptist Church, 1725 West Avenue C, Muleshoe, Texas, 79347. Online condolences may be made at www.ellisfuneralhomes.com.
Madge Cannon, 82, of Littlefield, went to be with her Lord Tuesday, June 26. 2018 in Littlefield. She was born February 21, 1936 in Bula, Texas to John A. Johnson and Talhina Trussel Johnson.
Madge married Jimmy Cannon January 14, 1956 in Bailey County. She graduated from Texas Tech, and then obtained her Master’s Degree at Northwestern Oklahoma State University. She taught Elementary school for over 30 years at Littlefield Independent School District. She was a dedicated teacher who taught many and loved each and every student, and education was a top priority for her. Madge was also a member of the Order of the Eastern Star, and the Texas retired Teachers Association. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Littlefield, where she also attended the Yak Class, and completed the Disciple Bible study class, all four years. Madge was most affectionately called “Ma” by her grandchildren and great grandchildren, and she loved her family. She was an accomplished cook and seamstress, and homemaker. She enjoyed traveling to the mountains with her family and traveling with other various groups after Jimmy passed. Madge also valued the time she spent with her girlfriend groups, playing dominos or just getting together.

Rhea Gonzales

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