Ranger Exes Memorial - RHS Class of 1947

Betty Ann Daskevich BETTY ANN DASKEVICH YEAGER, 85, of Ft. Worth, TX passed away Oct. 25, 201, with interment at Evergreen Cemetery in Ranger, TX. Betty was born July 31, 1930, in Mingus, TX. She attended Ranger High School in the Class of 1947 at Ranger, TX. Her family was the most valued thing in her life. She worked many enjoyable years for Target Stores. Betty was an active member of St. Paul's Catholic Church altar society for many years before joining Holy Family Parish, where she remained a member. Betty was preceded in death by her husband, Edgar Glenn Yeager. Her sister was Barbara Daskevich Basham (RHS-1953). Survivors: sister, Louise Daskevich McGee; daughter, Kay Jeffrey and husband, Keith; sons, Mickey Yeager and wife, Nancy, and Tony Yeager and wife, Terri; daughter, Betty Bachim and husband, Terry; grandchildren, Brent and wife, Angela, Blaine and wife, Sareena, Lance and wife, Lisa, Andrea & husband, Brian, Madison, Allison, Katie, Lauren, Kelsey and husband, Brandon, Kourtney, Jacob, Joseph, Lauren and husband, Andrew, Sarah and Brandon; great- grandchildren, Isabelle, Jonathan, Reagan, William, Lucy, Nicholas, Joseph and Claire; & numerous nieces & nephews. SISTER: LOUISE VALERIE DASKEVICH MCGEE, 98, of Westworth Village, TX died comfortably at home in the company of her loving family on Oct. 6, 2022 after a brief illness. Interment was at Evergreen Cemetery in Ranger, TX. Louise was born on July 17, 1924 in Mingus, TX where she grew up with her five beloved Daskevich siblings. After graduating as valedictorian of Mingus High School, she moved to Fort Worth for a short time before settling in Ranger, her home of 50 years, with her adoring husband, Everett McGee. In Ranger, Louise and Everett worked, raised their children, made lifelong friends, and were active members of St. Rita Catholic Church. Family was the center of Louise's life and in 1993, she and Everett retired to Westworth Village to be nearer to their family. Louise was a member of Holy Family Catholic Church in Fort Worth, and she was the model of a faithful Catholic motherhood. Louise was dignified, resilient, loyal, and proud of her family. She lived a simple, beautiful, long, and rewarding life. She glorified Christ in her life and in her death. Louise was preceded in death by her parents, Joseph and Valeria Daskevich; brothers, Joe and Anthony; sisters, Helen, Betty, and Faye; husband of 66 years, Everett; and son, Johnny. Survivors include her daughter, Mary Price and husband, Jack; daughter-in-law, Sharon McGee; grandchildren, Jack Price, Jr. and wife, Jodi, Matthew McGee and wife, Rachel, Trent McGee and wife, Rachel, and Valerie Beck & husband, Simon; great-grandchildren, Mary Ellen, Ben, and Juliana Price and Elizabeth and Collins McGee; & many dear nieces, nephews, cousins, neighbors, and friends.