Memorial contributions can be made to Community Retirement Home, 3141 Procter Street, Port Arthur, TX 77642 or Hillcrest Baptist Church, 3324 Park Drive, Nederland, TX 77627. Details and online guest registry available atMelancons.org. Margaret “Granny” Glaze, 88, of Nederland passed away Monday, January 31, 2011 at the Medical Center of Southeast Texas in Port Arthur. Funeral services will be 11:00 AM Wednesday, February 2, 2011 at Melancon’s Funeral Home, 1605 Avenue H in Nederland with Rev. Micah Howell officiating; with interment to follow at Memory Gardens Cemetery in Nederland. A gathering of family and friends will be from 4 to 7 PM Tuesday at the funeral home. Granny was born September 22, 1922 in Morgan City, Louisiana to the late Walter and Lola Malozz Carson, and lived in Nederland for 65 years. She was a homemaker and a member of Hillcrest Baptist Church in Nederland where she worked in the nursery for over 40 years. She was a loving Christian woman, whose gift was cooking, and doing for others. Granny was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Earl Glaze; son, Walter Arnaud; and daughter, Brenda Howell. She is survived by 2 daughters, Earlyne Delahoussaye and husband, Danny of Nederland, and Paula Tallant and husband, David of Nederland; son, Harold Glaze and wife, Tami of Nederland; son-in-law, Doctor Lanny Howell of Nederland; nine grandchildren, Jerry and Jeffrey Arnaud, Tamara Domino, Tawne Glaze, Joshua and Travis Tallant, Lance, Micah, and Jenna Howell; also seven great-grandchildren.
Lamar sports informationLamar came away with only one set win through three games at the Jacksonville (Alabama) State invitational. Lamar finished its season-opening run in the tournament Saturday with a 25-6, 25-10, 25-14 loss to Little Rock. Seniors Ivette Dim and Tomar Thomas each made five kills to lead the Cardinals (0-3).Lamar opened with a 25-18, 25-22, 17-25, 27-25 loss to Mercer and followed with a 25-23, 25-15, 25-21 loss to Jacksonville State. Freshman Abigale Nash finished 12 digs against Mercer and 10 against JSU. Lamar will open its home slate with its own Cardinal Classic starting Thursday, when it hosts Texas Southern at 7 p.m. Other matches in the classic include: Texas Southern vs. Howard at 10 a.m. Friday, Southern at Lamar at noon Friday, TSU vs. Southern at 4 p.m. Friday, Howard at Lamar at 7 p.m. Friday, and Howard vs. Southern at 10 a.m. Saturday.
Matthew Arnold (57th, 33:36.1), Kyle Garcia (82nd, 34:11.7), James Stockings (106th, 34:56.3), and Nejc Ferle (DNF) also competed at the NCAA South Central Regional for the men.Katie Buckley had the best Big Red finish for the women with a time of 21:54.6 in the 6k race. Sophie Wood took 69th with a time of 22:43.8, Julie Emerson captured 83rd with a race of 22:56.0, and Katy Whiteoak finished 87th with a mark of 23:00.1. Mollie Williams (129th, 24:23.6) and Sarah Foster (150th, 26:03.9) rounded out the Cardinal docket. Lamar sports informationCOLLEGE STATION — In sixth place through the first 2,000-meters and third place through 6,300-meters, Lamar’s Jamie Crowe ran the race of life Friday to win the NCAA South Central Regional individual title. The senior from Glasgow, Scotland, is the first Cardinal to ever win an NCAA Regional race, and the first Southland Conference runner to compete at the NCAA Championships since 2015. Crowe wasn’t the only Cardinal with an impressive day. Southland Newcomer of the Year Jordan Rowe was 15th through the first 2,000 meters of the race, then moved up nine places into sixth by the 6.3k mark. He managed to stay within the top 10 by the end of the race, finishing seventh with a time of 31:49.1. Rowe’s finish qualifies him for the All-South Central Regional team and keeps him in conversation for the NCAA Championships. The top two teams from each regional and the top four individuals from each regional not on those teams qualifies for the NCAA Championships, taking place at the Zimmer Championship Course in Madison, Wisconsin, on Saturday, Nov. 17. Next Up“This was a great performance for Jamie,” said cross country coach Tony Houchin. “We have had a lot of great athletes come through this program and Jamie is our first ever regional champion. And to have Jordan finish in the top seven and be in the conversation for qualifying to the nationals is big for the program.”Crowe became the 19th Cardinal to qualify for the NCAA Championships and the sixth in the past six years after running a time of 31:36.3. He reached the first split in 6:15.4, trailing runners from Arkansas, UTRGV, North Texas, Rice, and Texas A&M. Crowe began to make his move by the 6.3k split, reaching that mark in third place with a time of 19:49.8. He completed his incredible race in 31:36.3, one of the best performances at the Texas A&M cross country course by any Southland runner in the last decade.
Game 2 of the series begins at 8 p.m. Saturday with Jason Blanchard on the mound. The Cards went down in order through the first five innings but found something in the sixth. Anthony Quirion broke up the perfect game with a bloop single to left field, then reached second on a single by Reese Durand and third on a single by Rhett McCall, both through the right side. With the bases loaded Avery George singled to center field and scored Quirion, though McCall was thrown out at second by the right fielder. A single by Cole Girouard scored Durand and put George on third, and a homer by JC Correa with two outs gave Lamar a 5-4 lead.Gonzaga answered with two runs in the bottom of the inning. The Zags got a lead off walk to second on a 4-3 grounder and got two on with a two-out hit-by-pitch. Back-to-back singles with two outs scored the two who got on for free and gave GU a 6-5 lead through six innings.Quirion again came through with one out in the seventh. The junior from Dixville, Quebec, Canada, took one pitch before doubling down the left field line. McCall then earned his 11th RBI of the year with a two-out single and reached third on an error by the catcher. George tried to bring him home with a line drive at the pitcher, but he was about a half second too slow to beat out the through to first. As the fans stood and stretched the game was tied at 6-6. Erickson struck out the first two batters he faced, and a walk was nullified when McCall caught him attempting to steal second. Through seven innings the game was tied at 6-6.Gonzaga took the lead for the final time in the bottom of the eighth, again riding the long ball. After a liner to left field the next batter homered to right, smashing a ball off the scoreboard about 350 feet away. The Cards went down in order in the bottom of the inning and Gonzaga escaped with a 7-6 decision over Lamar. The loss puts LU at 7-18 in games decided by two or fewer runs in 2019. Kristjan Storrie and Ryan Erickson threw three and two-thirds innings of relief for LU with three runs runs on three hits and two walks. They combined for two strikeouts.A solo shot in the bottom of the first was the only offense for either team in the first inning with the ball traveling roughly 340 feet. The Zags got another two runs on a one-out single and a two-out homer to the left corner that barely cleared the wall reading 328 feet. After two innings Gonzaga led 3-0.In the fifth a lead-off double reached third on a grounder and scored on a wild pitch, giving Gonzaga a 4-0 lead. Lamar sports informationSPOKANE, Wash. — A solo home run in a very small field proved the difference Friday in the first of three games between Lamar (16-32) and Gonzaga (26-20). The Cardinals overcame an opponent’s perfect game through five innings with a five-run, six-hit sixth inning, but the Zags got long balls in the first, second, and eighth innings to eke out a 7-6 win over Big Red.Starter Noah Sills went four and a third innings with four runs on five hits, though most of Gonzaga’s offense early on came on two homers to left field that would be easy outs in Lamar’s ballpark. A fourth run scored on a wild pitch in the fifth inning.
Election filing for spots on Groves and Port Neches councils and Port Neches-Groves Independent School District board of trustees ended with only two contested races on the Groves City Council.Two seats are open in Groves. The Ward 1 seat is currently held by Chris Borne, who was appointed to replace former councilman Cross Coburn after Coburn was ousted in a recall election. Borne has filed to run for the seat, as has an opponent, Cindy Kreutzer.Ward 3 incumbent Sidney Badon Jr. has filed to keep his seat. He has one opponent, newcomer Barbara Edington. In PNGISD, the Place 4 seat currently held by Lana Parker and Place 5 seat held by Brandon Cropper are up for grabs and both have filed for the respective seats.Important datesOct. 7 — The last day to register to vote in the Nov. 5 election.Oct. 21 — First date of early voting.Nov. 1 — Last day of early voting.Nov. 5 — Election Day. Port NechesIn Port Neches, the seats held by Place 1 councilmember Chris McMahon and Place 2 councilmember Adam Anders are open and both have filed for reelection. Neither drew a challenger.PNGISD
Next Up He is preceded in death by his two sisters Dirae Sanders and Brooklynn McCray.Forever to cherish his love and memories are his parents Tonya Toson and Xavier Clayton; one son, Kori Clayton; one brother, Jamil Hamilton, Jr.; three sisters Cornethia Green (Joseph Fontenot), Ra’vn Clayton-Batiste and Khadijah Davis; a loving companion Teanna Venzant; grandparents Sandra Clayton-Alexander (Herbert), Mary Toson and Ruben Whittle; nieces and nephews, Jamil Hamilton III, Co’Ryan Green, J’Cion Fontenot, Jo’Riyah Fontenot and Jo’Liyah Fontenot; and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.Funeral service will be 2 p.m. Saturday, November 2, 2019 at Gabriel Funeral Home Chapel, 2500 Procter Street, Port Arthur, TX with visitation from 12 noon until service time. Burial will follow in Greenlawn Memorial Park. DeShandric Ji’Shaun Clayton, 23, of Port Arthur passed away Friday, October 18, 2019.
Vernon Coody entered his Heavenly Home on Sunday, January 26, 2020 in Beaumont, TX.Vernon CoodyHe was born in Shannon, Texas on October 15, 1919, but he resided in Port Arthur for most of his adult life.He attended Bethany Nazarene College where he met and married Aline, his wife of 72 years. Next UpThey raised their 3 children in Port Arthur.Vernon and Aline were devout and faithful members of the First Church of the Nazarene in Port Arthur.After Aline passed away in 2015, he moved to Kountze to live with his daughter and son-in-law, Carol and Harold Schram. Vernon is preceded in death by his wife Aline, and a sister and brother, Zela Baugh and Darwyn Coody.He is survived by his brother, Don Coody and wife Clara Lou of Edmond, OK, sister-in-law Marie Coody of Bethany, OK; two daughters, Sandra Wright and husband Dennis of Beaumont, TX and Carol Schram and husband Harold of Kountze, TX, and son, Gary Coody of Silver Spring MD; grandchildren Kevin Schram, Kim Alcorn, Tamara Miller and Jennifer Lyles; 10 great grandchildren; 1 great-great-grandchild and numerous nieces and nephews.Memorial contributions may be sent to Calvary Baptist Building Fund, 395 Fletcher Rd., Lumberton, TX 77657.The family would like to thank Ray Medina of Lenrose Place and his dedicated staff, especially Olivia and Ro, for their loving care.A gathering of friends and family will take place from 1:00 p.m. until 2:00 p.m. Thursday, January 30, 2020, at Calvary Baptist Church North Campus in Lumberton, where he was a member.Services will be conducted at 2:00 p.m. Thursday at Calvary Baptist Church with burial to follow at Greenlawn Memorial Park in Groves, TX.To sign the “Guest Book” you may go to the website at www.grammier-oberle.com. He was a member of Calvary Baptist church in Lumberton, TX.He worked as a chemist in the laboratory at Neches Butane (now Texas Petrochemical) until his retirement.He had an unbridled curiosity and numerous hobbies and self-taught skills.Some of his hobbies include photography, wood carving (started at 75), rock collecting, making jewelry, beekeeping, repairing electronics and appliances, and gardening, including grafting Camellias for entry in flower shows.
The chance of rain for Mid and South County is never expected to get above 10 percent.A high of 88 and a low of 74 is forecasted.Wind gusts shouldn’t top 12 mph. Clear and partly cloudy skies are expected throughout Friday (June 19), weather experts said.
Correctional officers attempted CPR before the cellmate was taken to a local hospital, where he was pronounced dead.Hayes is 40 years old and from Mobile, Alabama. BEAUMONT — A prisoner in a Mid-County facility saw his incarceration extended by three decades following a deadly encounter.U.S. Attorney Stephen J. Cox said the federal inmate was sentenced for killing his cellmate.U.S. District Judge Marcia A. Crone sentenced Carroll Ellis Hayes to 30 years in federal prison. Friday’s sentencing followed Hayes’ Jan. 27 guilty plea to second-degree murder.According to information presented in court, Hayes was serving a sentence for federal firearms violations and was in the Special Housing Unit at the Federal Correctional Complex’s Medium Facility in Beaumont.On Feb. 9, 2018, another prisoner moved into the same cell as Hayes, and within an hour, a correctional officer discovered the new cellmate motionless on the floor — he had been beaten and strangled. The Bureau of Prisons investigated the case, which Assistant U.S. Attorney Michael Anderson prosecuted.
Mr. Patrick Bronnon Sr. was born May 27, 1968 and transitioned from his earthly home to his heavenly home on Monday, July 27, 2020. A visitation will be 11:00am to 12:30pm Saturday, August 1, 2020 at Hannah Funeral Home.Graveside Service 1:00pm at Live Oak Memorial Park 12563 West Port Arthur Road, Beaumont, TX 77705.PLEASE WEAR FACE MASKS AND EMPLOY SOCIAL DISTANCING.Services entrusted to Hannah Funeral Home, Inc.