OBITUARY

Clifagean Palmer

October 6, 1931February 12, 2021

Clifagean Ethridge Palmer was born in Lovelady, Texas on October 6, 1931 and left us on February 12, 2021 at the age of 89.

She is preceded in death by her parents, William Clifton and Pauline Dobson Ethridge; husband of 59 years, Wayne Cellis Palmer; daughter, Karen Palmer McFarland; brothers, William Harvard “Rooster” and Robert Glenn Ethridge.

She is survived by daughters, Linda Bowles and husband Barney, and Deborah Palmer; 6 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren, and 1 great-great granddaughter; sisters, Jo Ann Bolton and Shirley Rodgers; numerous nieces and nephews; sister-in-law Georgia Ann Muniz, and Aunt Hazel Rogers.

She enjoyed family gatherings, traveling, shopping and playing bingo. She loved her children and grandchildren with all of her heart and treasured her time with her family.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Brent Bowles
  • Eric McFarland
  • Cody Bishop
  • Hayden Bishop
  • Aaron Rodgers
  • Samuel Rodgers

Services

2 March

Funeral Service

2:00 pm

Earthman Resthaven Funeral Home

13102 North Fwy
Houston, Texas 77060

2 March

Committal Service

Earthman Resthaven Cemetery

13102 North Fwy
Houston, Texas 77060

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Visitation

    Monday, March 1, 2021

Memories

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Allison Kay

March 1, 2021

Love you grandma ❤️ Give mom a big hug and kiss for us.

Lauri Ethridge Kalivoda

February 26, 2021

Always smiling and showing strength. Loved being with family. Tell daddy and uncle rooster and uncle Wayne mamaw and papa and my momma hi and hug them for me . I love you ❤️

Esther Brown

February 25, 2021

We are keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers as precious Aunt Clifagean's light continues to guide you and fill your hearts with warm memories. Our memories are certainly filled with her kindness, wit and passion for working their garden. I always loved Aunt Clifa's witty reactions and laugh at my Dad's razzing . Dad nick named her Olive Oil as your Dad was Popeye for his pipe. I can only hope to have the strength and will Aunt Clifa had to rehabilitate her self back to walking and the sharp mind she had at her age. She absolutely amazed us last year at Moms funeral. The way she stayed by Uncle Wayne and cared for him during his years of memory loss. Is a lesson in love and compassion that she passed down to her family that is worthy of the respect , admiration and love we have for Aunt Clifagean. Wishing the Family love, light and healing.
Esther, Carol and family

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY