300 South Avenue M

Olney. TX 76374

Phone: (940) 564-5533

Fax: (940) 564-5535

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George McDaniel, Sr.
May 9, 1935 - September 17, 2020

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Cindy Herrin

Surprise, AZ

I will forever LOVE you, my father!! Until we meet again someday!!
You will be missed here by all of us who loved and knew you!!

**Lunn Funeral Home**
Kent & Rodney were so detailed oriented and understanding of our family dynamics & personable. I have personally used Lunn Funeral Home for my Brother, Mother, and now my Father. Thank you for all that you do Kent and Rodney!!
Much appreciation,
Cindy :)

Monday, October 5, 2020


Leah Hassell

Fort Worth, TX

I have some great childhood memories with my Uncle Mickey! I smile when I think of him and my dad laughing together. Your brother will never be the same with you gone. So thankful you both got to spend so much time together, especially in the last year. We will continue to laugh at all the pranks you two played on each other throughout yalls life! You will be missed greatly! Until we meet again... I love you!
Wednesday, September 23, 2020


Kristy O'Hare

Cheyenne, WY

I only met George a couple of times, at Bill and Cindy's wedding and at their home in Phoenix. I am glad I got to know him a little bit. I know he meant the world to his family and they will miss him dearly. May God grant you all peace as cherish you memories of him.
Wednesday, September 23, 2020


Judi Winslow

Olney, TX

George and Shirley were members of the Hamilton Hospital Auxiliary for a few years and George was truly a gentle man. I was so sorry to hear about his passing and my prayers go out to my friend Shirley.
Monday, September 21, 2020


Brad Owen

Olney, TX

Such a kind respectful man. Always had a smile on his face when he came into clints. I told him I needed him to bring me the keys to my dually... He would ask if he could borrow it just a couple more days. R.I.P MY "MY DUALLY FRIEND!!!" See you on the higher side one day...
Sunday, September 20, 2020


Mary Reed

Graham, TX

A Cousin that I will always keep in my memories, as of young kiddos we had a lot of fun times as we use to visit in Ar. & when he & family would come to Tx to visit, as we grew older, time & distance, we lost
contact with one another, but when he retired, he moved to where we could visit again, which we did a few times, He will be remembered in my memories as a great cousin..
Prayers & Peace to all of the family members, May God Bless You,,Mary Ingram Reed

Friday, September 18, 2020