FLOYD EARL CARAWAY, 74, of Ranger, TX passed away
on Aug. 22, 2002, with burial in Evergreen Cemetery
Mr. Caraway was born in Ranger, TX, on Jan. 8,
1928 to W.O. and Mary (Crawford) Caraway. He was a
graduate of Ranger High School. He married Bennye
Berryhill in January of 1946 in Lamesa, TX. Floyd
owned and operated Caraway Auto Parts from 1954 until
he retired because of health reasons. He was a member
of the Ranger Masonic Lodge AF and AM #738, Eastland
County Antique Car Club a charter member, and served
on the Eastland Water Board for several years. Floyd
was a charter member of the Ranger Historical Preser-
vation Society and a member of the Second Baptist
Church. He also enjoyed hunting, fishing, and antique
Mr. Caraway is survived by his wife, Bennye Caraway
of Ranger; grandson, Eric Marshall; and great-grand-
daughter, Makla Marshall.
He was preceded in death by his son, Floyd Irlan Caraway
on June 12, 2002.
WIFE: BENNYE CARAWAY, 78, passed away May 7, 2007 in
Abilene, TX, with burial in Evergreen Cemetery at Ranger.
She was the treasurer of the Ranger Historical
SON: FLOYD IRLAN CARAWAY, 50, passed away on June 12,
2002 in Ranger, with burial in Evergreen Cemetery at
Mr. Caraway was born on August 7, 1951 to Floyd Earl
and Bennye R. (Berryhill) Caraway. He attended school
in Ranger and Olden, and was affiliated with the Second
Baptist Church in Ranger. He worked at the family business,
Caraway Auto Parts.
At the time of his death, Mr. Caraway's survivors include
his parents, Floyd and Bennye Caraway of Ranger; one son
and daughter-in-law, Eric and Cynthia Marshall of Abilene;
one granddaughter, Makala Marshall of Abilene; two special
aunts, Wanda Porter of Ranger and Annie Doorman of Mabank;
and numerous nieces and nephews.