OBITUARY

Winnie V Spears

October 31, 1921May 30, 2018

Winnie Vee Spears, 96, died May 30, 2018 in Amarillo, TX. Winnie was born October 31, 1921 in Denison, Texas to Richard and Alice Shockley. Mrs. Spears married A.C. Spears in 1955 in Amarillo. They moved to Borger and raised their family there. Mr. Spears was City Manager in Borger for 32 years. Winnie was very active in the community, especially with The Boys Club. She was also a member of the Dance Club and the Elks in Borger. She was an active member of the First Christian Church of Borger. Upon moving back to Amarillo she was active with the Senior Citizens and played in their band and loved calling Bingo. She was also very active with the AMVET Association.

She was preceded in death by her husband A.C. Spears October 6, 2017. Her son David Charles Spears in 1958, and son Donnie Gene Hunter in October 2017. She is survived by her daughter Deborah Spears McManus and husband Dave of Amarillo. four grandchildren; Leneta Gevonne Robison, Deborah Leighann Wyche, Samantha Lee Seago-Clarke and David Charles McManus. She also leaves 10, great-grandchildren and 7 great-great-grandchildren.

  • FAMILY

  • Deborah Spears McManus, Daughter
  • PALLBEARERS

  • David, McManus
  • Beau, Taylor
  • Daikon , Blaylock
  • Justyn, Clarke
  • Anthony, Dilworth
  • Hugo, Santiago

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Visitation Friday, June 1, 2018
  • Funeral Service Saturday, June 2, 2018

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Burial
REMEMBERING

Winnie V Spears

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Bobbie Lancaster

May 31, 2018

My Aunt, my inspiration, my mentor. Many , many memories and to many to list. We always had to go to the big Texan when I came home to visit. She gave my grand daughters Dr Pepper and donuts when they stopped to visit on the way to Atlanta.

She loved to tell the story when Dave and I ask her to ride to Coos Bay , Or. on a day trip. We were in an El Camino and three of us could fit easily in the seat but her friend wanted to go to so we all squeezed in and had a tight ride for 100 miles with her friend on her lap.

With her Texas accent she always called Dave (Dive). When I got my Cadillac , Dave called me mini Winnie, as I had her big red hair as well.

So kind to me all my life and to my children and grandchildren. RIP

FROM THE FAMILY