Clodine  Thornton
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Clodine Thornton was born November 4,1933 to Edna Ponder Thornton and Thomas Jefferson Thornton in Henderson county.
The youngest and late arrival of their family. Clodine, late again, arriving to meet them in heaven October 3,2019.

Graveside services have been scheduled for October 5, 2019 at 1:30 P.M. at Asbury cemetery in Van Zandt County on FM 2239 north of Murchison under the direction of Autry's Carroll-Lehr Funeral Home, Athens.

She married Erbie Ray Voyles August 1,1949. Together they had and raised 7 children. She is proceeded in death by her parent's, Thomas and Edna Thornton, sister Hazel Pinkston, brothers Burl, Elmo, Raymond Thornton, son David Ray Voyles and Granddaughter Angeline (Angel) Oshust.

Survived by daughters Cynthia Dorine Allen and husband Jesse Allen of Montalba Tx., Phyllis (PJ) Avery and husband Richard Avery of Gun Barrel City Tx., Sons Glen Voyles and wife Sharon of Livingston Tx., Erbie L. Voyles and wife Carolyn of Terrell Tx, Daniel Voyles of Crawford Ok. ,Edward Voyles of Murchison Tx,.

Ten Grandchildren: James Allen, Travis Allen, RJ Avery, Melissa Young, Brandon Harris, Justin Voyles, Destiny Freeman, Houston Voyles, Angie Perkins, Adam Smith.

25 Great grandchildren: Meagan Clemons, Kayla Allen, Lindsay Allen, Shelby Graham Allen, Katherine (Katie) Allen, Olivia Oshust, Michael Oshust, Emerson Avery, Sophia & Atticus Avery, Hannah Bryant, Hailey Bryant, Hasten Bryant, Tyler Young, Terris Voyles, Molly Harris, Libby Harris, Samantha Freeman, Evelyn Freeman, Trenton Nix, Cynthia Great house, Johnathan Perkins, Joshua Perkins, Kaylee Perkins.

In Lieu of flowers please donate to Asbury Cemetery % Richard Barker 5035 FM 2339 Murchison Tx.75778 or Hospice of East Texas
4111 University Blvd.
Tyler Tx.75701
Published on October 5, 2019


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