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Herman Randolph Daymude, Sr
1932 - 2016

Herman Randolph Daymude, Sr., 83, passed away Sunday, March 27, in Iowa Park.

Funeral services were held Wednesday at Faith Baptist Church with Mr. Norman Hodges, Dr. Ted Spear, and Deacon Jim Bindel officiating.

Graveside services followed at Highland Cemetery Pavilion under the direction of Dutton Funeral Home.

Herman was born July 21, 1932, in Arlington, VA., to Willie Jacob and Augusta Nettie (Fox) Daymude. He married Mary Lou Haynes, on Feb. 13, 1954, in Seymour. He served 13 years in the United States Air Force and worked in Civil Service 22 years as an electrician, retiring from Sheppard Air Force Base in 1989. He worked numerous years as an electrician in and around the Iowa Park area. He also served many years on the Planning and Zoning Board for the City of Iowa Park., as a Deacon in his church, and a Mason, and as a member of the Iowa Park Lions Club. He enjoyed spending time with his family, working in his shop, drinking coffee with friends, the Washington Redskins, listening to Southern Gospel and Bluegrass music, and eating ice cream.

Herman is preceded in death by his parents and five siblings.

Survivors include his wife of 62 years, Mary Daymude of Iowa Park; three daughters, Debra Frazier of Iowa Park, Vicki Cluley of Wichita Falls, and Becky Lowe aof Carnegie, OK.; two sons, Randy Daymude of Fountain Hills, Az. and Mike Daymude of Arlington; two sisters, Audrey Palmer and Dona Daymude, both of Ohio; three brothers, Ralph of Oxon Hill, MD., Gilbert of Washington, D.C.; and Pete of VA.; 16 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren.

The family suggest memorials be made to Hospice of Wichita Falls.

To leave condolence messages for the family visit duttonfuneralhome.com


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