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From Lift to right Joe Donald Offutt, John Paul Offutt, Barbara Offutt, Claudia Ann Offutt, Tina Lynn Offutt Allen, Deborah Lou Offutt Reynolds, Virginia Frances Best Offutt, Susan Renea Heap, George Edmund Heap, Edna Lou Offutt Heap, friend of Whitney Lane Berry, Whitney Lane Berry, Cabrina Offutt, Robert George Heap
Descendants of John Craven Offutt
Generation No. 1
1. JOHN CRAVEN1 OFFUTT was born 1835 in Montgomery Co., Maryland, and died 09 Jan 1917 in New Edinburg, Cleveland Co. Ar.. He married SARAH ABIGAIL GILL, daughter of WILLIAM GILL and SARAH WOODLEY. She was born 28 Jun 1844 in Alabama, and died 20 Mar 1909 in New Edinburg,Cleveland Co. Ar..
More About JOHN CRAVEN OFFUTT:
Burial: Smith Morgan Cemetery
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Census: Buried at Smith Morgan Cemetery
Children of JOHN OFFUTT and SARAH GILL are:
2. i. GEORGE2 OFFUTT, b. 14 Sep 1866, Chulahoma, Marshal Co. Mississippi; d. 24 Mar 1952, Cleveland Co., Ar..
ii. CHARLES OFFUTT, b. 1868, Chulahoma, Marshal Co. Mississippi; d. 1877.
3. iii. JOHN C. OFFUTT(JR.), b. 18 May 1870, Chulahoma, Mississippi, Marshal Co.; d. 24 Jun 1962, Cleveland Co. Ar. Buried Smith Morgan Cemetery.
iv. DAISY OFFUTT, b. 13 Dec 1873, Chulahoma,Marshal Co. Mississippi; d. 06 Dec 1936; m. CALVIN LAFFETTE HARGUS.
4. v. CHARLES OFFUTT, b. 19 Nov 1878, Parkdale Ar. Ashley Co.; d. 28 Sep 1969.
5. vi. EDWARD BURTON OFFUTT, b. 14 Jan 1883, Parkdale Ar. Ashley Co.; d. 12 Jan 1949.
vii. LILLY OFFUTT, b. 24 Dec 1886, Parkdale Ar. Ashley Co.; d. 06 Sep 1926; m. W. S. WOOLFORD, 29 May 1909.
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Marriage: 29 May 1909
Generation No. 2
2. GEORGE2 OFFUTT (JOHN CRAVEN1) was born 14 Sep 1866 in Chulahoma, Marshal Co. Mississippi, and died 24 Mar 1952 in Cleveland Co., Ar.. He married ELLEN WORD 1887 in Pine Bluff, AR. Jefferson Co.. She was born 19 Nov 1864 in Kingsland, Cleveland Co., and died 17 Nov 1934 in Cleveland Co., Ar..
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Burial: Smith Morgan Cemetery
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Burial: Smith Morgan Cemetery
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Marriage: 1887, Pine Bluff, AR. Jefferson Co.
Children of GEORGE OFFUTT and ELLEN WORD are:
6. i. RICHARD3 OFFUTT, b. 18 Jul 1888, New Edinburg, Cleveland Co., Ar.; d. 18 Jul 1968, V. A. Hospital Little Rock, Pulaski Co., Ar..
ii. EDNA OFFUTT, b. 18 Dec 1890; m. OLIVER CARTER, 27 Feb 1930.
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Marriage: 27 Feb 1930
iii. ETHEL OFFUTT, b. 18 Dec 1890; m. CLAUDE SAUNDERS (SANDERS)?, 08 Aug 1936.
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Marriage: 08 Aug 1936
iv. MAMIE OFFUTT, b. 15 Mar 1894; m. ALFERD BELL, 22 Jun 1916.
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Marriage: 22 Jun 1916
v. LESLIE OFFUTT, b. 09 Mar 1899; d. 18 Dec 1962; m. NELA WAKEFIELD, 20 Oct 1935.
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Marriage: 20 Oct 1935
3. JOHN C.2 OFFUTT(JR.) (JOHN CRAVEN1 OFFUTT) was born 18 May 1870 in Chulahoma, Mississippi, Marshal Co., and died 24 Jun 1962 in Cleveland Co. Ar. Buried Smith Morgan Cemetery. He married SALLIE LOUISE MOSLEY 30 Jan 1892. She was born 01 Nov 1868 in Alabama, and died 17 Feb 1947 in Cleveland Co. Ar. Buried Smith Morgan Cemetery.
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Marriage: 30 Jan 1892
Children of JOHN OFFUTT(JR.) and SALLIE MOSLEY are:
i. ANNIE LEE3 OFFUTT, b. 28 Jan 1893, Cleveland Co. Ar.; d. Aug 1983; m. TED LORIE HICKS; b. 28 May 1890; d. 01 Dec 1972, Cleveland,Co. Ar.,Buried Smith Cemetery.
7. ii. HUGHIE OFFUTT, b. 17 Jan 1895, Cleveland Co. Ar.; d. 01 Jul 1940, Cleveland Co. Buried Smith-Morgan Cemetery.
iii. MAUDE OFFUTT, b. Jul 1897.
iv. OLSON OFFUTT, b. 1901.
8. v. JOHNNIE MAE OFFUTT, b. 10 Oct 1904; d. 04 Sep 1979.
vi. PAUL OFFUTT, b. 11 Apr 1906; d. Feb 1984.
4. CHARLES2 OFFUTT (JOHN CRAVEN1) was born 19 Nov 1878 in Parkdale Ar. Ashley Co., and died 28 Sep 1969. He married LUCY BELLE NEAL 09 Apr 1917. She was born 19 Nov 1887, and died 12 Aug 1971.
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Marriage: 09 Apr 1917
Children of CHARLES OFFUTT and LUCY NEAL are:
i. JOHN NEAL3 OFFUTT.
ii. CHARLES OFFUTT, b. 01 Jun 1919; d. 28 Apr 1967, Cleveland Co., AR..
More About CHARLES OFFUTT:
Census: 1967, Buried at Jewell Cemetery.
5. EDWARD BURTON2 OFFUTT (JOHN CRAVEN1) was born 14 Jan 1883 in Parkdale Ar. Ashley Co., and died 12 Jan 1949. He married MARY S. ST. JOHN 05 May 1913.
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Marriage: 05 May 1913
Child of EDWARD OFFUTT and MARY ST. JOHN is:
i. JOHN C.3 OFFUTT, b. 1914, ArKansas.
Generation No. 3
6. RICHARD3 OFFUTT (GEORGE2, JOHN CRAVEN1) was born 18 Jul 1888 in New Edinburg, Cleveland Co., Ar., and died 18 Jul 1968 in V. A. Hospital Little Rock, Pulaski Co., Ar.. He married ELIZABETH BLANCHE DUNCAN 17 Nov 1923 in North Little Rock, Pulaski Co. Ar., daughter of WILLIAM DUNCAN and FORANCE STEINSIEK. She was born 06 Dec 1896 in Conway, Faulkner Co., Ar., and died 23 Jul 1988.
More About RICHARD OFFUTT:
Census: 20 Jul 1968, Buried at Smith Morgan Cemetery
More About RICHARD OFFUTT and ELIZABETH DUNCAN:
Marriage: 17 Nov 1923, North Little Rock, Pulaski Co. Ar.
Children of RICHARD OFFUTT and ELIZABETH DUNCAN are:
i. RICHARD DUNCAN4 OFFUTT, b. 17 Sep 1924, Fordyce, Dallas Co., Ar.; m. HELEN MARGART WOODRUFF, 17 Sep 1945, Vernal,Unitah Co.Utah; b. 20 Apr 1926, Vernal, Unitah Co., Utah.
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Marriage: 17 Sep 1945, Vernal,Unitah Co.Utah
ii. FLORENCE JEAN OFFUTT, b. 23 Sep 1928, Fordyce, Dallas Co. Ar.; m. WALTER DAVIDSON, 26 Sep 1952.
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Marriage: 26 Sep 1952
iii. CHARLES GORDON OFFUTT, b. 23 Jun 1930, Fordyce, Dallas Co. Ar.; m. RACHEL SUE CURRY, 28 Mar 1949.
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Marriage: 28 Mar 1949
iv. GEORGIA SUE OFFUTT, b. 20 Mar 1936, Fordyce, Dallas Co. Ar.; m. BILLY GENE GOBER, 02 Nov 1953.
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Marriage: 02 Nov 1953
7. HUGHIE3 OFFUTT (JOHN C.2 OFFUTT(JR.), JOHN CRAVEN1 OFFUTT) was born 17 Jan 1895 in Cleveland Co. Ar., and died 01 Jul 1940 in Cleveland Co. Buried Smith-Morgan Cemetery. He married KATIE LOU KILPATRICK 09 Feb 1917 in Arkansas. She was born 20 Aug 1895 in Dallas Co. AR., and died 21 May 1996 in Fordyce, AR. Buried in Smith-Morgan Cemetery.
Notes for KATIE LOU KILPATRICK:
Katie Lou Kilpatrick Offutt, age 100, of Fordyce, died Tuesday, May 21, 1996, in the Fordyce Heathcare.
Born August 21, 1895, in Dallas County, she was a daughter of the late James Richard Kilpatrick and Mary Edna Jordan Kilpatrick.
She was a retired school teacher and a member of the Temple Baptist Church of Fordyce.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Hughie Offutt and one son, Hugh E. Offutt.
Survivors include three sons, Rex W. Offutt of Mountain Home, John Paul Offutt of Prentiss, Miss., and Joe Donald Offutt of Kingsland; two daughters, Evelyn Offutt Howell of Mt. Juliet, Tenn., and Edna Lou Offutt Heap of Marshall, Texas.; 17 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren and one great-great grandchild.
Funeral services will be held at 3:00 p.m. Thursday, May 23, in the Benton Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Todd West and Rev. Gary Kennedy officiating. Burial will be in Smith-Morgan Cemetery by Benton Funeral Home, Inc.
More About HUGHIE OFFUTT and KATIE KILPATRICK:
Marriage: 09 Feb 1917, Arkansas
Children of HUGHIE OFFUTT and KATIE KILPATRICK are:
i. HUGH EDWARD4 OFFUTT, b. 01 May 1918, New Edinburg,Cleveland Co.,Ar.; d. 07 Jul 1984, St. Elizabeth Hospital, Beaumont,Texas; m. ELLEN NANCY COX, 02 Aug 1936, New Edinburg,Cleveland Co.,Ar.; b. 27 Sep 1918, Clark County,Ar..
Notes for HUGH EDWARD OFFUTT:
Marjorie Ann Offutt sent the information on the Hugh Edward Offutt family to Deborah Offutt Reynolds on September 30, 1997.
More About HUGH EDWARD OFFUTT:
Census: 02 Aug 1936, Married at Smith Chapel
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More About ELLEN NANCY COX:
Census: 02 Aug 1936, Married at Smith Chapel
More About HUGH OFFUTT and ELLEN COX:
Marriage: 02 Aug 1936, New Edinburg,Cleveland Co.,Ar.
ii. REX WILLARD OFFUTT, b. 15 Apr 1920, New Edinburg, Cleveland,Co.,Ar.; d. 13 Feb 2006, Harrison, AR; m. MATILDA JANE MARSHALL, 09 Nov 1947; b. 05 Apr 1925, Olkahoma; d. Nov 1984, Arkansas.
Notes for REX WILLARD OFFUTT:
Rex W Offutt's Obituary and picture
Rex Offutt, age 85, of Harrison, died Monday, February 13, 2006, February 13, 2006, at his home. He was born April 15, 1920, in New Edinburg, Arkansas, the son of Hughie and Katie Lou (Kilpatrick) Offutt. He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Matilda J. (Marshall) Offutt; two brothers, Hugh Offutt and Joe Offutt; and a sister, Evelyn (Offutt) Howell.
Rex was a former resident of Pine Bluff, Arkansas and a native of New Edinburg, Arkansas. He was a decorated veteran of World War II. He was a devoted husband and father. Rex was Vice-President of the National Bank of Commerce in Pine Bluff until 1970 and an employee of First Federal Bank in Harrison. He raised cattle on his farm in Harrison. He was an accomplished amateur woodworker and musician.
Rex W. Offutt is survived by his sons, Jimmy R. Offutt, of Ft. Smith, Arkansas and Ray Offutt of Harrison; his daughter and son-in-law, Claudia Ann (Offutt) and Lynn Gray, of Harrison; his brother, John Paul Offutt, of Prentiss, Mississippi; his sister, Edna (Offutt) Heap, of Marshall, Texas; two granddaughters, Sarah Offutt of Ft. Smith and Katy Shaddox and her husband Justin of Harrison; numerous nieces and nephews; and a host of friends throughout the community.
Rev. Raymond Edwards officiated the funeral service.
Pallbearers were Rex's nephews.
Interment was in Smith-Morgan Cemetery, New Edinburg, Arkansas
speaks about horrors of war
By Frank Wallis Bulletin Staff Writer Baxter Bulletin
Offutt talks about some harrowing moments during World War II
There is nothing glamorous about war, according to Rex Offutt, every machine gun operator with the armies 78th Field artillery Battalion during World War II in Europe .
It dirty. It's monotonous. You're scared to death. Your mouth gets dry, and your jaw muscles are tensed up all the time, said Offutt." I suppose you might get used to some of that, but you don't get to the point you’re not bothered by what's around you. At least I didn't.
Offutt fought in the campaigns of Sicily, Normandy, northern France, Ardennes, Rhineland and central Europe. He witnessed a fresh aftermath of D- Day and fought in the Battle of H
Hedgerows in France and the Battle of the Bulge and witness the aftermath of the Malme
Offutt said he saw the snow-covered “pile" of 86 captured American soldiers who were gunned down by German soldiers as they fled in the Battle of the Bulge at Malmedy. At 84, Offutt still winces as he remembers the Malmedy scene.
"The Germans were vicious… right there," Offutt said. "God almighty, what they did."
Offutt and the 78th landed with the 2nd Armored Division on Omaha Beach two days after D-Day. Many American soldiers were still washing up on shore from two previous days’ landings. The 78th was harassed by sniper and artillery fire, making for a chaotic landing.
Offutt was in the middle of the fighting in the Battle of the Hedgerows across the north of France. He found himself in the sights of German guns for the first time during that battle.
"I’11 never forget the first time I got shot at," said Offutt. "There was a break, and I thought it would be a good time to write home. So, I had my tablet out and I thought I
was hid when a German fighter flew over and opened up on me." The strafe narrowly missed. Offutt said he balled up and cradled his face in hands. "I didn't want to be shot in the face. I stayed that way for three or four minutes before I had the nerve to look up."
Offutt would be in the line of fire many more times. He dreaded artillery fire more than rifle fire. "When you're within rifle range and you know it, you can move around and take cover," he said. ”Artillery can be coming from over a ridge, and you don't know where it’s going to land.”
Being on the ground when 500-pound bombs are falling is uncomfortable, too.
"Me and a buddy were looking out the back door of a house where we had taken cover during one of our bombing runs when one of those 500-pound things hit just right there close by," he said. "When that thing went off, it was just like someone slugging you in stomach."
The machine gun he operated was mounted on a half-track. He was an open target to snipers in the many villages
the 78th rolled through. The snipers, however, generally reserved their opportunities to "pick off the officers." Still, Offutt kept the muzzle of his machine gun trained on the high places where snipers might be stationed. He often fired where there wasn't a target just to keep any hiding snipers guessing.
The frequent snipers who remained in the liberated villages of north France weren't the only guns the 78th had to worry about. The dreaded German 88 millimeter, acclaimed the best gun of its kind in Europe, was lethal against tanks and half-tracks within ranges of 1,000 to 2,000 yards. Offutt remembers a colonel who was notorious for a cavalier attitude in the field who learned about the 88 the hard way.
During the 78th's jog across France, the column was once stopped cold in its tracks at the apex of a sharp curve on a rural dirt road. The colonel in command drove to the front of the column, where a sergeant explained an 88 was zeroed-in on the curve and was firing on everything that ventured
around it. Offutt said the colonel cursed the sergeant and boarded a half-track at the front of the column and ordered it to get moving and the column to follow.
As the half-track rounded the curve into the 88's range, a projectile hit its armored front.
More About REX WILLARD OFFUTT:
Burial: 16 Feb 2006, Smith Morgan Cemetery, New Edinbury, Arkansas
More About MATILDA JANE MARSHALL:
Burial: Smith Morgan Cemetery, New Edinbury, Arkansas
Census: 1930, Elixir, Boone, Arkansas
More About REX OFFUTT and MATILDA MARSHALL:
Marriage: 09 Nov 1947
iii. EVELYN JANET OFFUTT, b. 18 Feb 1923, New Edinburg,Cleveland Co.,Ar.; d. 29 Jan 2004, Tennessee; m. IRA HOWELL, 19 Jan 1946; b. 18 Feb 1903, Dexter, MO; d. 01 Mar 1978, Liberty, TX.
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Marriage: 19 Jan 1946
iv. JOHN PAUL OFFUTT, b. 17 Nov 1931, New Edinburg,Cleveland Co.,Ar.; d. 29 Sep 2007, Prentiss, MS; m. BARBARA ANN ROBINSON, 15 Nov 1956, Vidor, Orange Co.,Texas; b. 27 Jun 1937.
JOE DONALD OFFUTT
Notes for JOHN PAUL OFFUTT:
Obituary and Picture of John Paul Offutt
Mr. John Paul Offutt, 75, died at his residence on September 29, 2007 after an extended illness. Funeral Services will be held Tuesday, October 2, 2007, at 2:30 p.m. at Saulters-Moore Funeral Home Chapel. Visitation will be Monday evening from 6 until 9 p.m. at the Funeral Home. Interment will be at Smith- Morgan Cemetery near Fordyce, Arkansas Wednesday at 2:30 p.m.
Mr. Offutt was a native of Cleveland County, Arkansas, and was an Air Force veteran of the Korean War and a retiree of Georgia Pacific Paper Company.
He is survived by his wife, Barbara Robinson Offutt of Prentiss; three sons, Mark of Prentiss, Tony of Flagstaff, Arizona and Mike of Prentiss; five grandchildren, Sandy Offutt of Hazlehurst, John Offutt of Prentiss, Cabrina Offutt of Prentiss, Brandon Offutt and Bryan Offutt both of Onalaska, Texas; one sister, Edna Lou Heap of Marshall, Texas.
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Marriage: 15 Nov 1956, Vidor, Orange Co.,Texas
v. JOE DONALD OFFUTT, b. 19 Apr 1934, Kingsland, AR.; d. 22 Aug 2004, Kingsland, AR.; m. VIRGINIA FRANCES BEST, 28 Jun 1952, Smith Chapel Church, Kingsland, AR.; b. 12 Feb 1935, Kingsland, AR.; d. 02 Oct 2015, Rison, AR
Notes for JOE DONALD OFFUTT:
Pine Bluff Commercial Tuesday, August 24, 2004
Kingland- Joe D. Offutt, 70 of Kingland, died Sunday at his home.
He was born April 19,1934 at New Edinburg ( Cleveland County), a son of the late Hughie Offutt and Katie Lou (Kilpatrick) Offutt.
He was a retied millwright.
He was a member of Rison United Methodist Church.
He was precede in death by a brother Hugh Edward Offutt: and a sister Evelyn Howell.
Survivors include Viginia (Best) Offutt; one son Randal Joe Offutt of Rison; two daughters, Deborah Lou Reynolds of Hot Springs and Tina Lynn Allen Of Kingsland: two Brothers, Rix Offutt of Mountain Home ( Baxter County) and John Paul Offutt of Prentiss, Miss.: one sister, Enda Lou Heap of Marshall, Texas; 11 grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be at 10 A.M. today at the Benton Funeral Home at Fordyce with the Rev. Don Johnson officiating. Burial will be in Smith-Morgan Cemetery.
JOE OFFUTT OBITUARY
1934 - 2004
Joe D. Offutt, 70, of Kingsland, died Sunday August 23, 2004. Mr. Offutt was born in New Edinburg, AR on April 19, 1934 to the late Hughie & Katie Lou Kilpartick Offutt. He was a retired Millright and a member of the Rison United Methodist Chruch.
Mr. Offutt is survived by his wife of 52 years, Virginia Best Offutt of Kingsland; a son and daughter in-law, Randall Joe & Debbie Offutt of Rison, AR; two daughters and sons in-law, Deborah Lou & Robert Reynolds of Hot Springs, AR, Tina Lynn & Kim Allen of Kingsland, AR; two brothers, Rex Offutt of Mountain Home, AR, John Paul Offutt of Prentiss, MS; a sister Edna Lou Heap of Marshall, TX; eleven grandchildren, five great grandchildren, and numerous friends.
Funeral services are 10:00 AM Tuesday August 24, 2004 at the Benton Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in Smith-Morgan Cemetery, with the Rev. Don Johnson officiating. There will be no family visitation.
More About JOE DONALD OFFUTT:
Burial: 23 Aug 2004, Smith-Morgan Cemetery, Cleveland County, Ar
Notes for VIRGINIA FRANCES BEST:
Benton Funeral Home - Fordyce, Ar - Fordyce Obituary
Picture of Joe and Virginia Offutt
Virginia Frances Best Offutt, age 80, of the Smith Chapel Community, arrived at
her heavenly home on October 2, 2015. She was born February 12, 1935 to the late
Floyd Satchler Best and Pebble Lorene Easterling Best. Virginia was a homemaker
and a member of Rison United Methodist Church in Rison. She was preceded in
death by her loving husband of 52 years, Joe Donald Offutt. She is survived by
her children, Deborah Reynolds and husband Robert of Hot Springs, Randy Offutt
and wife Debbie of Dardanelle, Tina Allen and husband Kim of Kingsland; one
brother, Teddy Best of Mt. Ida; eight grandchildren, five step grandchildren,
and 19 great grandchildren, and one very special friend, Patsy Wilson of Green
House Cottages in Rison. Memorials may be made to Hospice Angels or Alzheimer's
Arkansas Program and Services. Funeral services will be 10:00 am Monday at
Benton Funeral Home in Fordyce with Rev. Don Johnson officiating. Burial will
follow at Smith-Morgan Cemetery. Arrangements by Benton Funeral Home in Fordyce.
To sign the online register visit www.bentonfuneralhome.net.
More About JOE OFFUTT and VIRGINIA BEST:
Marriage: 28 Jun 1952, Smith Chapel Church, Kingsland, AR.
vi. EDNA LOU OFFUTT, b. 06 Sep 1937, New Edingbury, Cleveland CO.,Ar.; m. ROBERT
GEORGE HEAP, 31 Dec 1959, Pine Bluff Ar.; b. 15 Dec 1933, Trinidad, Colorado; d.
11 Dec 2015, Marshall, Texas.
Notes for ROBERT GEORGE HEAP:
IN LOVING MEMORY OF
Robert George Heap
Birth Date: Dec 15th, 1933 Death Date: Dec 11th, 2015Robert G." Bob " Heap passed away on Friday, December 11, 2015. He was born on December 15th, 1933 in Trinidad, Colorado as the second child to Florence and George Heap. He spent a happy childhood, enjoying mountain climbing, fishing, and baseball. After graduating from high school, he went on to obtain a degree in chemical engineering from the University of Colorado at Boulder.He obtained a position with Shell Chemical Corporation in Pittsburg, California. After working there over a year , he was drafted into the Army Chemical Corps at Pine Bluff, Arkansas. It was there he met his wife, Edna Louise Offutt. They were marriedDecember, 1959, and lived in Concord, California where he resumed work for Shell Chemical.In 1963, he obtained a position with Thiokol Corporation at the Longhorn Army Plant in Karnack, Texas where he worked for 32 years. Bob and Edna had two children, George Edmund Heap of Katy, Texas,and Susan Renee Heap of Hurst, Texas. Bob and Edna were longtime members of St Marks Methodist Church in Marshall, where he taught an adult Sunday School Class for twenty five years. He was proceeded In death by his parents and his brother, Walter. He is survived by his wife and his son and daughter.
More About ROBERT HEAP and EDNA OFFUTT:
Marriage: 31 Dec 1959, Pine Bluff Ar.
8. JOHNNIE MAE3 OFFUTT (JOHN C.2 OFFUTT(JR.), JOHN CRAVEN1 OFFUTT) was born 10 Oct 1904, and died 04 Sep 1979. She married DLOMAN AUBRY VANCE. He was born 1906.
Children of JOHNNIE OFFUTT and DLOMAN VANCE are:
i. EMMA JEAN4 VANCE, b. 14 Jan 1926; m. SIMS.
ii. DOROTHY RHEA VANCE, b. 22 Jun 1930; m. MOSLEY.
iii. THOMAS LEONARD VANCE, b. 30 Sep 1936.
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