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UPCOMING BIRTHDAYS



•   Mary Reeves (Boysen)  6/23
•   Michael Mazoch  6/24
•   Cheryl Coker (Yockey)  6/25
•   Helen Falcon (Rojas)  6/26
•   Steve Rutherford  7/3
•   Mary Ann Reed (Kainer)  7/15
•   Ray Wilson  7/20

PROFILE UPDATES


•   Monty Williams  2/23
•   Jack Swanson  10/23
•   Bob Little  9/17
•   Patricia Merta (Harmon)  7/3
•   Charles Mader  6/22
•   Debbie Wisnieski (Chappell)  6/19
•   Elaine Phelps  6/15
•   Calvin Pfeil  6/13
•   Richard "Michael" Caviel  4/12
•   Chris Wendel  8/14
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MISSING CLASSMATES


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El Campo High School - Class of '69
Class Of 1969

Welcome to the El Campo High Class Of 1969 web site. I hope this site gives everyone a chance to connect with someone with whom they have lost contact.

** NEW ** We are also on Facebook.  Once registered on www.elcampo69.com you can connect to Facebook by selecting "Class Connection" under Member Functions.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Classmate, Doris Williams Varnell, passed away June 3, 2021.  Her obituary is below along with a link to the funeral home website.  Correspondence may be sent to her family at 129 Barton Valley Circle, Dripping Springs, TX.  78620.  Condolences to the Family of Doris.

 

 

https://www.harrellfuneralhomes.com/obituary/588857/doris-w.-varnell/media/

 

OBITUARY

On Thursday, June 3, 2021, Doris Ann Williams Varnell passed away at the age of 70 after a long battle with Multiple Sclerosis.

Doris was born on March 24, 1951 in Victoria County to Raymond and Eva Lois Williams. She grew up and graduated from El Campo High School.

Doris married Edward Glenn Varnell in 1974 and started a family in Humble TX. With Glenn's job, they moved to Ransom Canyon, TX where she attended Texas Tech University in Lubbock, TX and graduated in 1987. In 1994, Doris went to work for the State of Texas, working for the Texas Commission for the Blind and later for the Texas Rehab Commission, where she retired in 2006 after 12 years of service.

Doris devoted much of her time to the MS Society as well as always being at the finish line cheering on the riders in the annual MS150 bike ride. She also devoted much of her time by reading to students and helping them with homework at Walnut Springs Elementary and Your Growing Child in Dripping Springs. From these students and her grandchildren, she acquired the name of "Grandma Wheels" as she was considered a Grandma to many.

She loved to sew, bake, and watch her grandchildren play in all their sports including baseball, football and volleyball. She enjoyed all her time with family, especially around the Holidays and time spent playing canasta. Doris had a great sense of humor and never met a stranger.

Doris is survived by her two sons: Brian (Holly) Varnell of Dripping Springs and Chad (Starlene) Varnell also of Dripping Springs. She had five grandchildren: Justin Schulle, Colton Varnell, Clayton Varnell, Tyler Varnell and Emily Varnell. Mother: Eva Lois Williams of El Campo TX. Brother: William "Billy" (Brenda) Williams of El Campo TX. Sister-in-law: Raguell Williams of San Antonio TX. She also had many nieces, nephews and cousins.

She is preceded in death by her father, Raymond Williams, her brother Gene Williams, Glenn Varnell, Steve Upchurch, and Thomas Herrington.

Visitation will be from 6:00PM to 8:00PM, Tuesday, June 8, 2021 at Dripping Springs United Methodist Church. Funeral services will be at 10:00AM, Wednesday, June 9, 2021 also at Dripping Springs United Methodist Church. Burial will follow at 4:00PM at Masonic Cemetery in Weimar TX. In lieu of flowers please make a donation in Doris's name to the National MS Society. www.nationalmssociety.org/txh

A luncheon was held January 23, 2019 at El Campo Seafood & Grill. Click on "Class Photos" on left hand panel.   You can then view photos of the luncheon or other event photos posted.

Hello All - The photos from the reunion held September 23, 2017 are now available to view.  Go to "Class Photos" in the left hand panel.  When you click n that link a new page will open with different galleries to view.  Click the gallery you wish to view.  Click on the first photo and a slide show will open with the photo changing every 12 seconds.  If anyone has additional photos to share send them to me at cfw3662@live.com and I can add them to the gallery.  Be sure and send them "full size".  Thanks.

Chris Wendel