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Spurgeon E. (Buck) Jordan

September 10th, 1943 - November 4th, 2016

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Spurgeon E. "Buck" Jordan died November 4, 2016 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at the age of 73 years 1 months 25 days. Funeral Services are scheduled for 2:00 PM, Tuesday, November 8, 2016 at the First Baptist Church in Lexington, Oklahoma. Interment will follow at Box Cemetery entrusted to the care of Wadley’s Funeral Service.

Buck was born September 10, 1943 in Valdese, North Carolina to Preston and Mary (Barnes) Jordan. He was raised and attended school in North Carolina. Buck met the love of his life, Juanita (Neugent) Sanders on November 3, 1978, and then married on February 9, 1979. They celebrated every November 3 with a hamburger at Ruby’s. Buck owned and operated Cornerstone printing for years. He was the founder and Pastor of Grace Chapel in Lexington until his retirement in 2014, then became Pastor Emeritus. Buck loved driving around and sight-seeing, singing, fishing, praying and telling others about Jesus. He was an avid joke teller and people watcher. Buck never met a stranger, and often broke out in song wherever he was. He loved spending time with his family, his church family and eating. Buck loved to go to the Golden Corral or "Golden Trough" as he called it.

Buck is preceded in death by his parents, Preston and Mary Jordan; sister, Linda; brother, Howard; and mothers-in-law, Reverend Dovie Scalf, and Florence Neugent. Survivors include his wife, Juanita of the home; son, Clint Sanders and wife Darla of Lexington; daughters, Terresa Bullock of Mountain Home, Idaho; Diana Logan and husband, Rick of Midwest City, Michelle Ryker and husband, Reverend Russell of Wewoka, Judy Baine and husband, James of Bethany; grandchildren, Thomas, Linsey, Brandon, Nikki, Nathan, Sara, Kymberly, Jordan, Chase, Jacklynn, Dalton, Grace, William, Benjamin, David, Lynn, Cody, Leanna, Elisabeth, Erial, Emaleigh; 20 great grandchildren; sisters, Jean Price and husband, Harold, Lois Terry, Doris Hall and husband, Dan, and numerous other relatives and friends.

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Margaret Marie Neugent (McDougall)

September 21st, 1921 - June 20th, 2018

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Marie was born September 21, 1921 in Mount Pleasant, Texas to Walter and Margaret (Horn) Survivors are her son David Charles McDougall of Rice, Texas. Grandson: Daniel Christopher McDougall of Midland, Texas. Sister: Shirley Jane Neugent of Garland, Texas and several nieces and nephews. Marie was preceded in death by her husband Robert Charles and one grandson David Charles McDougal II.

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Dean Neugent

February 7th, 1935 - February 23rd, 2016

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Dean Neugent, extraordinary husband, son, brother, father, grandfather, uncle and friend passed away on Tuesday, February 23, 2016, at the age of 81.

Funeral services are scheduled for 3 p.m. Saturday, February 27 at Porter Loring North on 1604. There will be a visitation there with the family before the service beginning at 2:00.

Dean was born to Maggie and Walter Neugent near Mount Pleasant, Texas. Dean married Floydell Reed, and they had 5 children together and celebrated
their 50th wedding anniversary just months before her death in 2003. Dean met May Nell Machen at Trinity Baptist Church and they were married on February 10, 2007, and recently celebrated their 9th anniversary together. Dean was a member of the Founders Lion Club of San Antonio for 40 years, and a member of Trinity Baptist Church for over 30 years. Dean worked for Mrs Bairds Bakeries for over 40 years where he started as a route sales driver and retired as a Vice President of the company. After his retirement from Mrs Bairds, he opened Papa Dean's Popcorn in Alamo Heights and owned that until his second retirement in 2008. Dean was a giant of a man who walked humbly through life. He will always be remembered for his integrity, sense of humor, devotion to family, and kind spirit.

Dean was also preceded in death by his parents and brothers, Burton and "Buddy". He is survived by his wife May Nell; sisters, Marie McDougal of Cisco, and Janie Neugent of Garland; sons and daughters-in-love, Brad and Stephanie Neugent of Dallas, Chris and Leslie Neugent of Minneapolis, Kevin and Brenda Machen of San Antonio; daughters and sons-in-love, Melanie and Cris Webster of San Angelo, Terry and Tim Ball and Michelle and Scott Cummins, and Tara Machen, all of San Antonio; and over two dozen grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

In lieu of flowers, memorials are requested to the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation

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Earl Dean Neugent

April 18th, 1932 - June 16th, 2017

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Earl Dean Neugent, 85, a long time resident of Waco, passed away Friday, June 16, 2017, surrounded by his family, after a courageous battle with cancer.

Visitation: Monday, June 19, 2017 from 5:00PM to 7:00PM at Lake Shore Funeral Home, 5201 Steinbeck Bend in Waco

Graveside Service: Tuesday, June 20, 2017 at 10:30AM Mount Antioch Cemetery, FM 339 between Mount Calm and Prairie Hill in Limestone County.

Earl was born April 18, 1932 in Broken Bow, Oklahoma to the late John and Mary Matilda Cameron Neugent. After school Earl joined the National Guard and was called up to active duty in 1954. He served his country honorably in the United States Army for over six years, part of which he served overseas in Korea.

Earl was a true entrepreneur, over the years started several successful businesses. With his artistic nature, Earl was always working with his hands, creating beautiful candles, furniture and even numerous musical instruments. Earl worked for many years in the auto body repair industry; he had his own artistic way of repairing a car that no one else could do. He was instrumental in the start of the Auto Body Program at TSTI (TSTC). Later he worked for Central Texas College over in Germany, teaching service personnel the art of auto body repair. In his younger years, Earl enjoyed racing motorcycles, go-carts and boats.

Earl never truly retired, he always stayed busy, working on computers, repairing TV’s, he was an amateur archery enthusiast and making instruments and furniture for family. One of the last artistic tributes Earl created was music, he wrote his own farewell song that will be played at his service. He created guitars, violins, a bass, ukuleles and banjos. His handy work will be a part of his family’s heritage for many years to come. Beating cancer three times in his life, he was strong and determined. Earl married Betty Ruth, August 21, 2007. Together they enjoyed country western dancing and were members of the "Young At Heart Dance Club" at the Sul Ross Senior Center. Earl was on the board for the dance club and was still active in spreading the word of upcoming events and dances. Earl was preceded in death by his parents, John and Matilda Neugent; two brothers, J.D. Neugent and Clifton Gene Neugent.

Earl is survived by and leaves to continue his legacy, his loving wife, Betty Ruth Neugent; his children, James Earl Neugent and wife Shirley and Janice Ruth Sutton and husband Steven; sisters, Audrey James and Nelda Sue Brewer; seven grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; along with numerous other loving family and a host of friends.

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