Ranger Exes Memorial - RHS Class of 1977

Lisa Barron Wright LISA BARRON WRIGHT, 60, of Eastland, TX passed away on April 30, 2019, with interment in Evergreen Cemetery at Ranger, TX. She was born to A.T. & Dorothy Barron on March 14, 1959, in Ranger, TX. Lisa attended Ranger High School in the Class of 1977. She married the late Ray Wright in Dec. of 1979 in Ranger. Lisa is survived by her mother, Dorothy Barron of Ranger; son, Jeremy Barron and his wife Joanna of Ranger; and daughter, Kayla Wright Pence (RHS-2000) and her husband Brad of Cisco, TX. She is also survived by brothers, Alan Barron (RHS-1980) and wife LeeAnne of Eastland, TX and Brent Barron of Sealy, TX; sisters, Cheryl Flatt and husband Mickey of Breckenridge, TX and Melody Nelms (RHS-1974) of Ranger. She is also survived by grandchildren, Zain, Macgregor, Sawyer, Oliver, Harper, Taelynn, Harlea, and Jaci; and numerous nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her father, A.T. Barron; daughter, Risa; and sister, Vickie Mitchell (RHS-1974). Lisa worked for sometime as a Certified Nurses' Aide and enjoyed her time helping others. After she married, she was a homemaker and spent her time with family and friends. She loved a good party & would welcome friends at any hour if they were in need. Lisa was very proud of her family and loved to share their accomplishments with anyone who would listen. She loved to read the bible, filling many journals with scripture and prayers that have been a comfort since her passing. MOTHER: DOROTHY THRONE BARRON, 87, went home to be with the Lord on March 9, 2021. Dorothy Jane Throne was born Nov. 19, 1933 in Eastland, TX to Earl & Jeanette Scott Throne. She attended school in Eastland. She married A. T. Barron in Dec. of 1958 in Breckenridge. She was a member of the First Baptist Church in Ranger. She worked for Walmart for 24 years. She loved her customers & even if someone did not know her name, they knew the lady who cheerfully helped them in electronics. Dorothy never watched a movie she could not fall asleep during. She loved to have family over and watch the newest blockbuster, of which she had an extensive collection that was ever traded among family. She was a huge animal lover and had a unique selection of animals she fed on a regular basis. In later years, when her eyesight began to fail, she might show you a new cat that came to her door only to discover the larges racoon in Eastland County. She loved to take pictures. She would not call herself a photographer, but she was a keeper of memories. You knew you were a part of her life when you had your picture taken in front of the wooden door in her kitchen. She loved music and loved to dance. If they made her think of good times, they were all her favorite songs. She loved talking with her friends and was excited to go shopping every chance she got. Dorothy will be remembered for a life well lived and for her capacity to love and laugh. She had a heart much bigger than her small frame portrayed and we are all blessed to have called her our Mother, Nanny, or Friend. Dorothy was survived by her children; Alan Barron and wife Leeann, Cheryl Flatt and husband Mickey, Melody Nelms, Brent Barron, and Jeremy Barron and wife Joanna, grandchildren-Mark, Chad, Dee, Melissa, Lacey, Kayla, Angie, Cal, Katie and many great and great-great grands. Jayton, Madi, Liam, Zoey, Meradie, Easton, Hud, Max, Hadley, Haley, Mason, Holly, Mitch, Thomas, Brittany, Michael, Kaitlyn, Macgregor, Sawyer, Oliver, Harper, Zain, Taelynn, Harlea, Jaycee, Hayden, David, Calli, Cheyanne, Paisley, Jace, Dax, Jax and Lucas. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband A.T. daughters, Vickie Mitchell and Lisa Barron Wright, and sister Dee Deichmann.