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Herbert Wes Hays Sr
Jan 14, 1927 - Jan 17, 2019
Posted by Martha Reddout

Marietta Monitor
25 Jan 2019,  Page 4

Herbert Wes Hays, Sr., 92, of Allen, Texas, passed away Thursday, January 17, 2019.

He was born on January 14, 1927 to William Oscar and Zona (Lynch) Hays in Thackerville. Herbert proudly served his country in the United Navy. He was a chemist for Valero.

He was preceded in death by his parents; great-granddaughter, Bella A. Williams; brothers, James Warren Hays, Bill Hays, Edwin Ray Hays, Al Hays, Elmo Hays and Clint Hays; and sister, Lessie Hays.

Survivors include his son, Herbert Hays, Jr. and wife of Lorie of Allen; granddaughters, Jennifer E. Hays and Sarah A. Hays; great-granddaughter, Kiana N. Smith; great-grandson, Avery C. Smith; great-great-granddaughter, Dally R. Crolick; and numerous other loving family and friends.

A memorial service will be held at a later date with an inurnment at Lakeview Cemetery, Marietta.

Online guest book: TJMFuneral.com Turrentine Jackson Morrow

A photo of Mr. Hays was included with his obituary.

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