Verna Inez Dye

Verna Inez Dye

b: 20 Dec 1914
d: 6 Nov 1978
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Ron Slaughter
My mother was a sweet gentle person taking after her parents. Mother provided all the love and attention that any youngster would need. And, she was quick to let you know she was proud of you and what you may have done. She generally was the peace maker in family arguments. She was well educated for that time having done work at Decatur Baptist College before marriage and many years later obtaining a teaching certificate from Midwestern U. in Wichita Falls. I do not remember her teaching school. She was a talented artist and did both painting and ceramic work. She tended to be somewhat disorganized and would aggravate my father by having several projects going at once (often not completed). She was kind and gregarious and, I suspect, often taken advantage of. But, she never found fault with human nature and was not judgmental.
Mother suffered from some type of "arthritic condition" later in life after I left home and, to my regret, I do not know exactly what it was nor what kind of treatment if any she might have had. She also acquired "old age" diabetes as did my grandmother Dye for which she took oral medication. Just two weeks before her death she was hospitalized for a comprehensive examination and placed on insulin. She was reported to be in excellent health. An autopsy was not done, but I will always suspect that her death was some kind of accident to do with the new insulin regimen.
Biography
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Ron Slaughter
My mother was a sweet gentle person taking after her parents. Mother provided all the love and attention that any youngster would need. And, she was quick to let you know she was proud of you and what you may have done. She generally was the peace maker in family arguments. She was well educated for that time having done work at Decatur Baptist College before marriage and many years later obtaining a teaching certificate from Midwestern U. in Wichita Falls. I do not remember her teaching school. She was a talented artist and did both painting and ceramic work. She tended to be somewhat disorganized and would aggravate my father by having several projects going at once (often not completed). She was kind and gregarious and, I suspect, often taken advantage of. But, she never found fault with human nature and was not judgmental.
Mother suffered from some type of "arthritic condition" later in life after I left home and, to my regret, I do not know exactly what it was nor what kind of treatment if any she might have had. She also acquired "old age" diabetes as did my grandmother Dye for which she took oral medication. Just two weeks before her death she was hospitalized for a comprehensive examination and placed on insulin. She was reported to be in excellent health. An autopsy was not done, but I will always suspect that her death was some kind of accident to do with the new insulin regimen.
Facts
  • 20 Dec 1914 - Birth - ; Bellevue, Texas
  • 6 Nov 1978 - Death - ; Henrietta Cemetary, Clay County, Texas
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Verna Inez Dye
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FVerna Inez Dye
Birth20 Dec 1914Bellevue, Texas
Death6 Nov 1978Henrietta Cemetary, Clay County, Texas
Marriage1934to Verna Inez Dye
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PARENT (F) Verna Inez Dye
Birth20 Dec 1914Bellevue, Texas
Death6 Nov 1978Henrietta Cemetary, Clay County, Texas
Marriage1934to Verna Inez Dye
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Descendancy Chart
Verna Inez Dye b: 20 Dec 1914 d: 6 Nov 1978
Verna Inez Dye b: 20 Dec 1914 d: 6 Nov 1978