Dale Edwards

19381119 –

 20170517

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Obituary

Dale was born on November 19, 1938, to Elmer and Alice Edwards in Floydada, Texas. On August 30, 1984, Dale married the love of his life, Patricia Berry in Wolfforth, Texas. Right out of high school he worked as a cowboy at the McNeill Ranch. He then moved to Lubbock from Spur, Texas, and worked at Milam’s Toyland, Lubbock Manufacturing, and finally as an Ag mechanic working on tractors, strippers, and all other types of farm machinery. He was a charter member of the Woodrow Volunteer Fire Department and served as the chairman of the board for many years. He loved to dance and for many years square danced with the Hub City Wheelers. He loved animals and especially horses. He was an outdoorsman loving fishing, hunting, and camping. He went on yearly trips to New Mexico and Colorado for deer and elk hunts.
Survivors include his wife, Patricia Berry Cole Edwards; their children, Annette Edwards, Scotty Cole and wife, Christine; Matthew Cole; grandchildren, Justin Edwards, Bo Black, Clayton Cole, Sean Orr, Tosha Edwards, Jaci Black, Kayla Johnson, Amanda, Courtney, and Hannah Cole; and Suvanah Orr; 7 great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews; and sister, Lynn Lamb.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Elmer “Cotton” and Alice Pearl Edwards; son, Wesley Brian Edwards; siblings, Barbara Billings and Ross Bateman Edwards.

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9 thoughts on “Dale Edwards”

  1. Dale was a classmate and a good friend in Spur. He was friendly and had a great personality. Our birthdays are just 8 days apart. I offer my prayers and condolences to his family.

  2. Maurice strphenson

    Dale was fine man. He was also a very good square dancer. I off my condolences and prayers to Pat and his family. Dale will be mossed

  3. Mike and Dolores Hurst

    We suffer the lose of a dear sweet man. Our thoughts prayers and condolences go out to all his family especially Pat. We have enjoyed dancing and the fellowship with you both.

  4. Jerry Waddell Bowers

    I am so sorry to hear about Dale. He was a friend from Spur Elementary, Spur junior and Senior High. We graduated in the class of 1957. Condolences to his wife Patricia, and his children. RIP Dale.

  5. Dale will definitely be missed. Always a smile and kind words. Such a pleasure teaching him and Pat to dance. Know you are dancing in heaven and still smiling big.

  6. Bonnie Bassinger

    Prayers for the family…Knew Dale well when our children went to western hills and he was a member of that church…My girl was soooooo in love with his son Wesley when they were in about the 4th grade…very sweet family that love the Lord …Will always think of Dale as a wonderful God fearing man…great family man..and for a time in the course of my life good friends…Rest in Peace Dale…

  7. Winnie Cammack

    My condolences to you Trish and all the family. I know he will be missed. I remember him always saying “Hello you Christian ladies” to Doris and I at church. We enjoyed that!

  8. Helen Mccauley

    Pat, I was sorry to hear about Dale. May the Lord send special Blessings to you and your family. God Bless you.

  9. Weldon and Pat Preston

    We lost a good friend and a very good person, I worked with Dale many years and knew him as honest, hard working, and always had your back. He will be missed!!! Pat I am sorry I was not able to be with you and your family at the memorials.

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