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Brenda Dixon (May)

Brenda Irene May
July 25, 1940 - March 30, 2014

Wheeler, TX; – Graveside services for Mrs. Brenda Irene May, of Wheeler, TX will be at 10:00 AM Wednesday, April 2, 2014 at Washita Cemetery in Hemphill County with Bro. Aaron Laverty, officiating. Burial will follow under the direction of Peppers Family Funeral Home in Wheeler, TX.

Mrs. May, 73, passed away Sunday, March 30, 2014 in Dallas, TX.

Mrs. Brenda Irene May was born July 25, 1940 in Wheeler, TX to the late Mr. Marvin Lewis Dixon and Mrs. Irene Bell (Green) Dixon. She graduated from Borger High School. Brenda worked as a sales associate. She attended First Baptist Church in Gageby, TX.

She is preceded in death by her parents and a brother, Audie Dixon.

Mrs. May is survived by two sons, Jerry Lance May and wife, Brenda Alice of Arlington, TX and Chad Bryan May of Lantana, TX; and two granddaughters, Alicia Michelle May and Jennifer Christine May of Arlington, TX.

The family suggest memorials be sent to American Cancer Society, 8900 John W. Carpenter Fwy, Dallas, TX 75247.

(Published by Peppers Family Funeral Home, April 3, 2014)

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04/03/14 12:17 PM #1    

Jimmie Darrell Brown

Brenda was one of my favorite classmates all through our high school years at Borger High School. She was always an "A" student.....a very intelligent person who was always prepared for class and examinations. I am very sad to learn of her passing.

Jimmie D. Brown


04/04/14 12:08 PM #2    

Shirley Riley (Creacy)

Oh my!!  Seeing her photo brings back memories of volleyball.  What a good player she was.  Wonderful person.  She will be missed.  Prayers to family and friends.

Shirley Riley Creacy

04/06/14 03:05 PM #3    

Lester Dan Langley

What an intelligent, well-adjusted, and extremely likable person she was. We dated off and on in my junior and senior year, but by graduation we were not seeing that much of one another. I always considered her one of the two smartest people in our class. (The other was Gary Birdsong.) She had that rare human quality of detachment without conveying indifference. One always sensed she really cared about others but did not permit anyone to define who she was. She marched to her own drumbeat. She helped me deal with a personal problem that has troubled me since my early teens, the kind that never goes away but one a person can deal with through faith, determination, and love when others are saying, "you are who you are so live with it," or "it's God's will." She would have made a successful psychologist. I will never forget her. Dan Langley

07/25/21 06:47 AM #4    

Lester Dan Langley

Happy Birthday. Dan

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