Arlee, Julius, Nelson, Melvin, Raymond, Alvin and Donald Cox and son Parker.
Teresa’s hobbies included listening to classic country and golden oldies —which she dearly loved —and playing games on her tablet.
She also enjoyed crocheting, social media and riding horses.
While attending NCBC, Lois Montag and her friends wanted a ride to the park.
Lois knew that Fred had a Buick so she asked him for a ride.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Ray and Vivian Watson, her sister Kitty Hollifield, grandson Jayson Moore, and nephew Dakota Wood.
Survivors include her daughter Brandy (Tim) Thatcher of Hubbard, Dawn Moore of Missoula, and son James Piel of Malone; sister, Donnice Sorrell of West, Texas; sister Sherry (Cliff) Wood of West, Texas; and brother Don Watson of St.She had four husbands, which Floyd Hopkins was her last one and the true lover of her life which the feeling was mutual.She had a very good sense of humor which was infectious.Marie.; four grandchildren, Mallori Slaughter, Destynie Moore, Caleb Moore, Katelyn Brown and Thomas Thatcher; and one great grandchild, Averi (who will be a ‘Big Sister’ this summer). Memorial service was held on January 15th at Hubbard Cowboy Church. box 1533, Hillsboro, TX 76645, or NAMI (National Alliance for Medical Illness) at 800-950-NAMI or [email protected] was arranged by Lake Shore Funeral Home in Waco. Fred William Cool, age 90, passed away at Whidbey General Hospital from a head injury.She was a wiz at crossword puzzles, word finds and Lottery scratch off tickets.