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Today's CADDO MILLS AREA Weather At A Glance

  Temperature Feels
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Wind
Speed
Wind
Gusts
Humidity Barometer

Rainfall

Current 78 85 0 1 100 30.06 Since Midnight: 0.00
High
(Time)
79
14:43
87
14:43
5
14:13
5
14:13
100
0:00
Steady This Month: 2.30
Low
(Time)
54
6:19
61
6:19
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0:00
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0:00
100
0:00
Rate
-0.006
This Year: 26.25
Normal High: 73   Record High 91 in 2003   Record Low 37 on 2005 MTD Average Precip 0.00  


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KTXROCKW1 From The Caddo Mills Area Rockwall / Hunt Counties

10/24 17:54:57

78

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29.30

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KTXFARME14 Farmersville Merit

10/24 17:50:49

81

63

55

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30.00

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KTXNEVAD5 Nevada Nevada Neighborhood Weather

10/24 17:45:01

81

62

51

8

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29.85

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KTXGREEN6 Greenville Hunt

10/24 17:48:19

78

64

62

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30.10

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KTXGREEN8 Greenville Greenville C1006/198

10/24 17:50:32

80

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KTXFARME7 Farmersville GooseLakeRanch

10/24 17:55:05

79

63

58

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KTXUNION2 Union Valley The Oaks

10/24 17:55:04

82

61

50

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30.02

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KTXROYSE5 Royse City McKamy Meadows

10/24 17:55:09

82

57

43

6

WSW

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30.10

0.00

KTXROYSE6 Royse City McKamy_Meadows

10/24 17:55:00

82

59

46

6

WSW

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30.07

0.00

KTXFARME12 Farmersville Farmersville (Gaddy West)

10/24 17:54:58

81

62

52

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30.04

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KTXGREEN5 Greenville Farmers Electric Coop

10/24 17:55:05

82

64

55

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4

30.32

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KTXQUINL2 Quinlan Weiland

10/24 17:55:05

81

61

51

3

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6

29.97

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KTXFATE4 Fate Woodcreek

10/24 17:50:29

83

62

49

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8

29.40

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KTXPLANO76 Plano Amateur Radio Station K5AHT

10/24 17:55:08

81

60

49

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8

29.84

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KTXFATE3 Fate Woodcreek

10/24 17:55:10

78

60

53

6

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29.42

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KTXTERRE3 Terrell T48 Airport - Poetry, TX

10/24 17:54:55

80

64

58

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30.07

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KTXCELES3 Celeste County Road 1040

10/24 17:55:04

81

62

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29.85

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KTXPRINC4 Princeton Princeton Lakes

10/24 17:53:54

79

64

61

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30.05

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KTXROYSE11 Royse City FM548 & Poetry Rd

10/24 17:54:13

81

64

56

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30.06

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KTXQUINL4 Quinlan Deer Park

10/24 17:55:09

77

63

63

4

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4

30.61

0.00

KTXPRINC1 Princeton Climax

10/24 17:52:01

78

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0.00

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KTXPRINC2 Princeton 3 miles south of Princeton

10/24 17:55:10

80

64

58

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30.04

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KTXROCKW18 Rockwall Stone Creek

10/24 17:54:02

81

62

52

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30.07

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KTXROCKW25 Rockwall Rockwall Heath C69

10/24 17:50:27

80

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KTXPRINC6 Princeton Lafon's Lakeview RV Park

10/24 17:55:00

80

64

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30.02

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KTXROCKW19 Rockwall Pinnacle 1

10/24 17:40:08

80

63

57

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30.05

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KTXROCKW24 Rockwall Rockwall, TX

10/24 15:35:11

85

63

48

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30.09

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KTXROCKW20 Rockwall RCEC

10/24 17:55:08

80

61

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30.62

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KTXWYLIE5 Wylie Lavon Yacht Club

10/24 17:52:10

80

64

58

5

SE

8

29.98

0.00

KTXWYLIE7 Wylie Stiles Ranch - Wylie, TX

10/24 17:54:19

79

63

59

3

SE

4

30.03

0.00

KTXSTPAU2 St. Paul Legend Trail Estates

10/24 17:55:09

82

64

55

7

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8

30.12

0.00

KTXSOUTH25 South Sulphur Scatterbranch

10/24 17:55:07

78

62

58

4

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11

29.99

0.00

KTXROWLE27 Rowlett Waters Lane

10/24 17:50:48

77

64

64

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30.08

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KTXWYLIE8 Wylie Birmingham Farms

10/24 17:47:02

82

63

52

1

SSE

4

30.00

0.00

KTXHEATH4 Heath Rabbit Ridge

10/24 17:55:07

80

66

62

9

SSE

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30.06

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KTXROWLE26 Rowlett Lakeshore Park Estates

10/24 17:55:03

77

66

69

3

SSE

3

30.04

0.00

KGVT Greenville Official Station

10/24 17:35:00

81

59

48

6

South

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30.09

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KF46 Rockwall Official Station

10/24 17:35:00

81

61

51

5

South

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30.07

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KTKI McKinney Official Station

10/24 16:53:00

82

60

47

8

SSW

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30.08

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KTRL Terrell Official Station

81

81

60

49

7

South

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30.08

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Current Average Wind Speed Wind Gusts Over The Past 60 Minutes

Temperature Over The Past 24 Hours: Temperature On Left, Time At Bottom Barometric Pressure Over The Past 24 Hours: Pressure On Left, Time At Bottom

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Wind Direction Over The Past 24 Hours: Direction On Left, Time At Bottom Rainfall Over The Past 24 Hours-Caddo Mills

 

Thursday Allergy Level Forecast For The
ROCKWALL And HUNT County Areas:
MEDIUM: 6.5 (on a scale of 0-12)

Predominant pollen:
Osage Orange, Oak and Grass

HIGH: Pollen levels between 8.1 and 12.0 tend to affect most individuals who suffer from the pollen types of the season.

MEDIUM: Symptoms may become more severe during days with high pollen levels. Pollen levels between 4.1 and 8.0 will likely cause symptoms for many individuals who suffer from allergies to the predominant pollen types of the season.

LOW: Pollen levels between 0 and 4.0 tend to affect very few individuals among the allergy-suffering public

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Rainfall History By Month In Rockwall

Year Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Total
1997 1.56 8.86 4.32 9.71 4.33 6.42 0.30 3.74 0.34 4.50 1.59 6.24 51.91
1998 3.53 2.91 3.02 1.04 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A ??.??
1999 1.94 0.54 2.48 1.47 10.68 1.02 0.70 0.01 1.09 1.28 2.08 4.85 28.15
2000 1.84 1.94 2.65 2.83 8.36 10.68 0.01 0.00 1.02 4.52 9.52 2.95 46.32
2001 2.83 7.23 5.44 .84 3.92 1.67 .52 5.43 6.74 4.52 1.86 5.95 46.95
2002 2.40 1.18 5.02 2.24 4.23 1.40 4.80 2.24 2.47 8.34 .57 3.90 37.41
2003 .21 2.99 1.25 1.21 2.68 3.09 .53 .85 3.07 .81 3.04 1.50 21.23
2004 4.10 4.79 2.20 3.20 1.41 6.48 5.94 1.24 1.64 Moved ~ ~ 36.00 Estimated
2005 1.49 .91 .66 .26 From Rockwall High School
2006 2.57 4.03 6.12 1.60 1.47 ~ ~ ~ ~ 2.82 ~ ~ From Various Sources
2007 4.23
4.30
.43
.44
5.08
4.00
1.71
1.98
8.09
5.84
4.09
11.89
4.66
4.51
1.52
1.99
4.65
3.82
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Rainfall History By Month Near Caddo Mills

Year Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Total
2003 .-- .-- .-- .-- .-- .-- .-- 1.14 2.75 .54 2.79 1.66 8.88 (Since August)
2004 2.84 5.59 2.14 3.88 1.32 9.76 1.80 1.81 .44 4.36 7.35 1.18 36.99
2005 5.19 1.83 2.43 1.17 1.75 .48 3.54 1.10 1.03 1.21 .96 .40 21.14
2006 1.95 3.55 6.39 1.08 3.06 .47 1.28 2.39 1.58 4.46 3.03 4.97 34.21
2007 4.60 .65 4.66 2.37 6.87 9.04 6.64 1.79 5.05 3.72 1.71 3.25 50.35
2008 .62 3.88 9.11 4.19 6.86 3.94 .51 2.44 2.06 1.80 2.97 .80 39.35
2009 1.30 1.00 5.53 6.29 6.92 .28 3.60 1.63 5.93 9.61 2.50 3.00 45.93
2010 4.99 3.31 4.12 1.46 2.97 1.29 3.03 1.07 3.92 3.06 3.89 2.13 35.95
2011 1.20 2.17 .26 .36 5.01 .02 .92 1.00 1.25 25.23
2012 4.25 2.29 6.26 2.20 2.43 2.01 2.24 2.25 1.85 2.33 .36 2.17 30.55
2013 2.57 1.63 2.74 2.30 26.25
Record Rainfall:  Single-Day - 03/19/2006 4.65 Inches   Single-Storm - 03/17-20/2006 6.07 Inches:



Hunt County Burn Ban IS NOT in Effect -
The Burn Band for Hunt County has been lifted, October 8,2013
 


 
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Rockwall County Burn Ban Is NOT in Effect

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AREA LAKE LEVELS
Note That The Daily And Monthly Graphs Below Show Lake Levels With Respect To Feet Above Sea Level (MSL=Mean Sea Level)
At The Surface  Of The Water And That The Yearly Charts Below Refer To "Acre-Feet," Which Is Not The Same Thing.
An Acre-Foot (Acre-ft) Is The Quantity Of Water Required To Cover 1 Acre To A Depth Of 1 Foot
And Is Equivalent To 43,560 Cubic Feet Or About 326,000 Gallons.

Reference:   http://wiid.twdb.state.tx.us


Lake Tawakoni Water Level Summary
Normal Water Level Should Be 437.50 Feet Above Sea Level

Unofficial Maximum Depth = 70 Feet

 

Lake Tawakoni Long Term Summary
The Chart Below Is A Graphic Representation Of Lake Levels Over The Past Few Years In Acre-Feet
And Per Cent Full. An Acre-Foot (Acre-ft) Is The Quantity Of Water Required To Cover 1 Acre
To A Depth Of 1 Foot And Is Equivalent To 43,560 Cubic Feet Or About 326,000 Gallons.
This Chart Should Be Updated After The End Of Each Month.

 

Records:  Lowest - 12/29/2006 = 424.90 = 12.60 Feet Low;  Highest - 05/06/1966 = 442.58 = 5.08 Feet High

Lowest Level We Observed In 2006: 12/28/2006 = 424.90 = 12.60 Feet Low!
The HIGHEST Level We Observed Was On 07/07/2007 - 440.23 - 2.73 Feet HIGH


Lake Ray Hubbard Water Level Summary
Normal Water Level Should Be 435.50 Feet Above Sea Level
Unofficial Maximum Depth = 40 Feet

Lake Ray Hubbard Long Term Summary
The Chart Below Is A Graphic Representation Of Lake Levels Over The Past Few Years In Acre-Feet
And Per Cent Full. An Acre-Foot (Acre-ft) Is The Quantity Of Water Required To Cover 1 Acre
To A Depth Of 1 Foot And Is Equivalent To 43,560 Cubic Feet Or About 326,000 Gallons.
This Chart Should Be Updated After The End Of Each Month.

Lowest Level We Observed In 2006: 10/10/2006 =  430.61 = 4.89 Feet Low!
The HIGHEST Level We Observed Was On 07/06/2007 - 435.97 - .47 Feet HIGH


Lake Lavon Water Level Summary
Normal Water Level Should Be 492.00 Feet Above Sea Level
Unofficial Maximum Depth = 59 Feet

 

Lake Lavon Long Term Summary
The Chart Below Is A Graphic Representation Of Lake Levels Over The Past Few Years In Acre-Feet
And Per Cent Full. An Acre-Foot (Acre-ft) Is The Quantity Of Water Required To Cover 1 Acre
To A Depth Of 1 Foot And Is Equivalent To 43,560 Cubic Feet Or About 326,000 Gallons.
This Chart Should Be Updated After The End Of Each Month.

The LOWEST Level We Observed Was On 11/05/2006 - 474.86 - 17.14 Feet LOW!
The LOWEST Level We Observed In 2011/2012 Was On 11/19/2011 - 478.77 - 13.23 Feet LOW!

The HIGHEST Level We Observed Was On 07/11/2007 - 501.67 - 9.67 Feet HIGH!


Location Of Weather Station Near Caddo Mills:
Longitude:96º11.770''' Latitude 33º01.480'" Elevation: 474 feet

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In March of 2007, Caddo Mills Lost A Patriot, Sgt. Emerson Brand, In Iraq.  This Small Town Honors Its Heroes In A Big Way.

Memories
If You Could Not Be There To Experience Sgt. Brand's Arrival To Majors Field And Then The Trip To The Funeral Home In Caddo Mills, Please Click On The Link Below Or The Picture To The Left.

An Unforgettable Tribute As Sgt. Brand Arrives Home
For A Slideshow Of Photographs Of The Commemoration Ride To The Church And To The Cemetery, Click The Link Below.  The Slideshow Begins With The Patriot Guard Riders, Shows The Flag-Lined Streets Of Caddo Mills, And Then Covers The Services At The Cemetery.  Photos

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1st Lt. Gwilym J. Newman, 24, Rockwall

DoD Identifies Army Casualty

The Department of Defense announced today the death of a soldier who was supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom.


1ST Lt. Gwilym J. Newman, 24, & died April 12 in Tarmiyah, Iraq, of wounds sustained from enemy small arms fire while on dismounted patrol. He was assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 8th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, Fort Hood, Texas


Click On Above For Update
04/23/2007.

Memories
Demon 2-8 Cav, 1BCT, 1CD lost one of our heroes yesterday, 1st Lt. Gwilym Newman.  He was a killed by a sniper while in Iraq.

 He is survived by his wife and a year old son, who will be turning 2 years old on April 27th, the same birthday as his father.

1st Lt. Newman arrived Friday at Major's Field and was escorted to a funeral home in Mesquite.

1st Lt. Newman’s funeral services were held in Rockwall on Monday 04/23/2007.

Sgt. Jimy M. Malone, 23, of Wills Point

Sgt. Jimy M. Malone, 23, of Wills Point, Texas, died June 23, 2007 in Taji, Iraq, of wounds suffered when an improvised explosive device detonated near his vehicle

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The Department of Defense announced the death of four soldiers who were supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom. They died June 23 in Taji, Iraq, of wounds suffered when an improvised explosive device detonated near their vehicle. They were assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 8th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, Fort Hood, Texas.

Memories

23 year old Army Sergeant Jimy M. Malone decided to enlist when he was a senior at Wills Point High School.

The Army took Sergeant Malone on two tours to the Middle East, where he saw first hand the costs of war. He shared those experiences with students at his alma mater who were considering a military career. Now, his picture will be added to the school's wall of honor so his sacrifice will not be forgotten.

He leaves behind his wife and their five month old baby girl.  He will be buried in Arlington National Cemetery.

PFC. David Wayne Webb, 26, of Quinlan

PFC Webb died January 27 at the Post Conn Barracks in Schweinfurt, Germany.  b

Funeral services with full military honors were held on February 5, 2008, at Goggans Funeral Home in Quinlan.

He was born July 29, 1981, in Houston.  He attended schools in Houston and Dallas.  His passion was golf.

Spc. Jonathan D. A. Emard

Hometown: Mesquite, Texas, U.S.

Age: 20 years old

Died: June 4, 2008 in Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Unit: Army, 1st Battalion, 87th Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division

Incident: Killed in Tikrit along with two fellow soldiers when their unit was attacked by enemy forces using small arms fire and hand grenades.

Spc. Jonathan David Arthur "J.D." Emard of Terrell joined the Army in March 2006, when he was a 17-year-old high school senior. He became an Airborne Ranger assigned to 1st Battalion, 87th Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division based in Fort Drum. N.Y., and was deployed to Iraq last August. /font>

Spc. Emard, Sgt. Shane P. Duffy, 22, of Taunton, Mass., and Sgt. Cody R. Legg, 23, of Escondido, Calif., all died of wounds they received when their unit was attacked by enemy forces in Sharqat, Iraq. "They were in a pretty heavy mission," said his mother, Debbie Emard of Terrell. "There was a purpose: he was doing his job in defending his country and family."

Services for Spc. Emard were held at Lake Pointe Church in Rockwall. He was buried in Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery in Dallas.

Born in Dallas, Spc. Emard grew up in Garland and Terrell. He attended Garland Christian Academy and public schools in Terrell. He was a freshman at Quinlan Ford High School and transferred to Boles High School in Quinlan, Texas.

Spc. Emard's family understands that his military decorations will include a Purple Heart with two Oak Leaf Clusters, signifying he had been wounded three times, and a Bronze Star. They are awaiting official notification of his honors.

In addition to his mother, Spc. Emard is survived by his father, David Emard of Terrell, his sister, Jennifer Marler of Terrell and his grandmother, Jean Emard of Garland.

SSG. Shawn McNabb

Shawn McNabb, a 2003 Terrell High School graduate, was killed in action Sunday in Afghanistan. McNabb, a combat medic, was among a group of soldiers killed when their helicopter went down shortly after completing a mission. Two other soldiers survived.

McNabb, the son of David and Ann McNabb, was a member of the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment based at Hunter Army Airfield in Georgia. During his six-year military career, he had served a tour in Korea and three tours in Iraq. After his original unit disbanded, McNabb received extensive training and became a combat medic. McNabb's parents said their son was a patriot who knew the dangers of his job.

"He planned to become a physician's assistant," his father said Tuesday morning of his son's long-term goals. McNabb also was planning on running a marathon when he returned home in February.

McNabb is survived by a sister, Heather Gray, and her husband Josh, of Waxahachie and his fiancée Sarah Kirk of Savannah, Ga.

 

SSPC JOSEPH MICHAEL LEWIS

SPC Joseph Michael Lewis, of Terrell, passed away Nov. 17, 2009 while defending our nation’s freedom in Afghanistan. SPC Lewis was born Sept. 25, 1983 in Dallas and attended L.D. Bell High School in Hurst, as well as Trinity Valley Community College in Terrell.  SPC Lewis completed basic training at Fort Knox in Kentucky in 2005.  He was a Calvary Scout at Camp Casey in Korea for 1 1/2 years and at Fort Lewis in Washington before being deployed to Afghanistan. SPC Lewis was serving in Afghanistan in the 8th squadron, 1st Calvary Regiment, on the 5th Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division.  

Joseph is survived by his wife, Teresa Lewis of Terrell; his infant daughter, Abiageal Lewis of Terrell; parents, Mike and Pam Lewis of Terrell; sister, Amanda Lewis Rodriguez and husband, Josh, of Fort Worth; nephews Jackson Thomas and Benjamin Rodriguez; niece, Natalie Thomas; grandparents:  Carl and Betty Baker of Terrell and Barbara Hall of Terrell as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and a host of friends who loved him dearly.  


A funeral service with full military honors was held at 2 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 28 at Good Shepherd Episcopal Church, 200 W. College Street in Terrell with interment following at Highland Memorial Gardens in Terrell.  

 

SSPC JAROD HEATH OSBORNE

Spc. Osborne died July 5 in Yakuta, Afghanistan, of injuries sustained when insurgents attacked their unit using an improvised explosive device. The soldiers were assigned to the 4th Squadron, 73rd Armor Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division, Fort Bragg, N.C.


Jerod graduated from Rockwall-Heath High School in 2008, after spending his senior year preparing to go into the Army to become a medic. Jerod began his Army career in boot camp in Ft. Leonard Wood, and then was assigned to the 82nd Airborne. He transferred to Ft. Benning, GA, for Airborne training. Jerod received several medals for his dedication above and beyond regular duty. In August 2009 he was sent to Afghanistan after a visit with family and friends.

Jerod Heath  Osborne

Jerod is survived by his parents: Sharon Grillett and husband Gary of Rockwall, TX, and Allan G. Osborne, III, of Caddo Mills, TX, sister: Hayley Grillett, brothers: Wau-tash, Nako and Nah-tah-ni Grillett and grandparents: Charlotte Henson of Rockwall, TX, Marilyn Osborne of Baltimore, MD, and Patricia Burchwell of TX.

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