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18, 2016 Richard Wilton Powers, 90, of Waco, Texas, passed away on Saturday, June 18, 2016. Burial will be at 6 p.m., at Blue Ridge Cemetery, Reagan, Texas. Powers was born May 15, 1926 in Reagan, Texas to Herschel and Arrilla (Cobb) Powers. He was preceded in death by his parents; twin brother, Herschel Milton; son Bill; sister, Faye; brother, Tom; and his loving wife.
Services will be at 4 p.m., Saturday, June 25, at Oak Crest Funeral Home, with Rev. He attended local public schools and served in the U. He is survived by his daughters, Laura Powers of Robinson, Lisa Jobe and husband, Mike, of Arlington, and daughter-in-law, Dianne Powers of College Station; sons, Rod Powers and Jerry Powers both of Waco; grandchildren, Scott Powers, Jennifer Campbell, Dan Cathey, Amy Smith, Amanda Walker, Cara Powers, Chris, Brandon, and Justin Jobe; and 14 great grandchildren; sisters, Dorris Childs and Shella Moore; brother; Robert Powers; and brother-in-law, Bud Hagner Milton Eugene “Hoppy” Hopkins, 59, of Marlin was called home on Friday June 17th after fighting a brave battle with cancer.