Murline Shoop

 


Funeral services for Murline Shoop, 77, of Centerville, were held  Thursday, February 1, 2018, at the Walters Funeral Home in Centerville, Texas. A graveside service was held at the Lehrer Memorial Cemetery just north of Garwood, Texas.
Geneva Murline Shoop was born January 26, 1941. She was the last of eleven children born to Henry Clay and Vira (Thompson) Williams. She worked as homemaker her whole life, always available to support her own large family. Murline enjoyed making dolls, completing large jigsaw puzzles and going to the Senior Center where she was able to visit and play various games. She also loved spending time with her family and was very proud of each one of them. Murline had lived in Centerville since 1991, coming from Garwood, and had attended the North Creek Baptist and Calvary Missionary Baptist Churches when she was able.
Murline passed away January 26, 2018, in Bryan, Texas.
Preceded in death by both of her parents; husband, Rex Allan Shoop; children, Linda Sheridan, Ricky Sheridan, Chester Sheridan, James Sheridan and Lonnie Shoop and siblings, Vernon, Thelma, Clay, Pauline, Elton, Delton, Bill, Sherman, O’Daniel and Johnny.
Surviving family members are children, Wayne Sheridan of Oakwood, Timmy Sheridan of Centerville and Farrah Shoop of Centerville; grandchildren, Courtney Wayne Sheridan, Misty Sheridan, Kristy Sheridan, Olivia Sheridan, Catherine Sheridan, Desirea Botard, James, Brandon, Rachel, Michael Sane III, Ethan Shoop, Haylee Shoop and Heaven Shoop and great-grandchildren, Hunter Sheridan, Hailey Sheridan, Jade Odefey, Patrick Jackson, Kynleigh Reed and Joseph Popp; special friends, Lonnie and Roger Maus of Leona and a host of nieces, nephews and extended family members.
Pallbearers were Michael Sane III, Courtney W. Sheridan, Wayne Sheridan, Steve Seward, Roger Maus, Tyler Lupole, Mark Williams, Mitchel Smith, David Machulka, Mike Ramsey and J.P. Krenek.
Walters Funeral Home in Centerville, Texas was in charge of all arrangements.  www.waltersfuneralhome.com

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