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AC Hoyt

Funeral services for Mr. AC Hoyt, lifelong resident of the Centerview Community in Leon County, were held 2 P.M., Wednesday, February 6, 2019 at Walters Funeral Home in Centerville. Bro. Terry Gibson officiated the service and Bro. Paul Wilson gave the eulogy. Interment followed in New Salem Cemetery, east of Centerville in the Centerview Community.

Pallbearers: Larry Keller, Joe Tubb, John Brundrett, Rob Brundrett, Cad Hoyt, Brendan Ramirez

Honorary Pallbearers: Bobby Grapp, Ricky Barnett, Edward Tubb, Bobby Burleson, Ray Grissett, Ton Pyle, Harvey Wood

AC Hoyt was born April 25, 1933 to Alva Rueben & Martha Victoria (Manning) Hoyt very near the same location of his present day home in the Centerview Community. He was raised in Leon County and attended the old New Salem School and later, Centerville High School. AC enlisted in the U.S. Army where he served his country in the “Hell on Wheels” unit during the Korean War. He was responsible for driving and maintaining a truck carrying a large gun.

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Billie Carroll Brim

Mrs. Billie Brim, 73, of Fairfield, passed away Saturday, February 2, 2019 in Waco.

Funeral services were held on Wednesday, February 6, 2019 at the Cowboy Heritage Church in Tegaue with Pastor Jimmy Cotton officiating. Interment followed at the Fairfield Cemetery.

Billie Carroll Brim was the sixth of 12 children born to Jack and Grace Guyton Carroll on August 7, 1945. At Fairfield High School she was a class favorite and a basketball queen. She married Jerry Brim in 1964, and they followed his coaching career across all corners of Texas. She was proud to be Coach Brim’s wife, and together they were the parents of two daughters, Rachel and Amanda.

She worked many years in the refineries in and around Baytown, and eventually retired from Brown & Root after many years with the company.

Billie was known for her lightning-quick sense of humor, but even more for her loving heart and generosity to those she loved.

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