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Imogene Nall

Feb 10 1921 - Aug 04 2006

Imogene Nall, formerly of Brownfield, Texas, died on August 4, 2006 in Dallas, Texas. She was a precious mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, servant and friend. She passed from a physical life to an eternal life in the glorious presence of her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. She was born in Young County, Texas on February 10, 1921 to Sam Houston and Fannie Gertrude Kelly Jones. Imogene graduated from Graham High School, attended Sul Ross State College and Texas Tech University. On August 31, 1943, Imogene married her high school sweetheart, Derwood Dewey 'Mose' Nall. They had three children - Sammie Jean Nall who died at birth, Derwood Dewey 'Woody' Nall, Jr., and Ronald Mark Nall. Imogene died as a result of complications due to Parkinson's disease and dementia with Lewy Bodies. She was preceded in death by: husband Derwood Dewey 'Mose' Nall, daughter Sammie Jean Nall, granddaughter Regina Dyan Nall; sisters: Thelma Ireta Jones Allen and Mattie Mildred Jones Shepard; brothers: Harvin Kelly Jones, twin brother Samuel Eugene Jones, and Norman Jeddy Jones. Survivors include two sons, Woody and his wife, Linda, and Mark and his wife, Jill; four grandchildren - Chad Alan Nall and his wife, Deana, Kimberly Nall Simmons, and her husband, Grant, Kelly Elizabeth Nall, and Chaney Katherine Nall; and six great-grandchildren. Imogene lived most of her adult life in Brownfield, Texas. She became a widow in 1970 when the Lord took her beloved Mose home due to a heart-attack at the tender age of 50. She worked at Brownfield High School and Main Place where she always had a smile for everyone. Imogene was a faithful follower and servant of Jesus Christ, her Lord and Savior. She was a long-time member of First United Methodist Church of Brownfield. In 2003, Imogene moved to Dallas and lived at C.C. Young, a retirement home where she resided at the time of death. Her family greatly appreciates the loving caregivers at C.C. Young and the VNA hospice care workers; in addition to her numerous and dear friends, neighbors, and relatives who loved and supported her through the years. The family will have a visitation at the MacMillan-Satterwhite Funeral Home in Graham, Texas on August 8, 2006 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., immediately followed by a graveside service at the Loving Cemetery in Young County, Texas at 12:30 p.m. A memorial service will be held the next day, August 9, 2006 at 10:00 a.m. at First United Methodist Church, 1004 E. East Broadway, Brownfield, Texas.
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