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Oran M. Roberts

Oran M. Roberts

Chapter 440

United Daughters of the Confederacy®

Houston, Harris County, Texas

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In Memoriam

Vicki Linda Lyle Mudd

Vicki Linda Lyle Mudd (Mrs. Kenneth Ray Mudd)


Whereas, the Officers and Members of the Oran M. Roberts Chapter 440, United Daughters of the Confederacy® (UDC) express our deepest respect and sympathy on the loss of our member, Vicki Linda Lyle Mudd on Monday, 27 December 2010 in Seguin, Guadalupe County, Texas; and,

Whereas, Vicki was born on Sunday, 20 September 1942, in Galveston, Galveston County, Texas and was the daughter of Frank August and Ethel Mae (Ankerson) Lyle; and,

Whereas, on Monday, 31 December 2007, Vicki's application for membership in the Oran M. Robert Chapter 440, UDC, was approved by the Registrar General, on the service of her great-great-grandfather, Private Burrell (Burwell) Lyle, who served during The War Between the States in Company A, City Troop (Mobile), Capt. E. T. Arrington and Capt. William Cottrill’s Company, Alabama Mounted Volunteers and Company B, City Troop (Mobile), Capt. Augustus Brooks’ Cavalry Company, Alabama; and,

Whereas, during years of her membership in the Chapter, Vicki served as the Chapter's Secretary until illness precluded her from regular participation; and,

Whereas, on Sunday, 10 September 2006, she was preceded in death by her husband of 37 years, Kenneth (Ken) Ray Mudd; and,

Whereas, she is survived by her sister, Kathryn (Kit) Lee Lyle Mudd (Mrs. Ronald Lee Mudd); niece, Michelle (Miki) Leigh Mudd Gulbrandsen (Mrs. Thomas Reider Gulbrandsen); nephew, Michael Lyle Mudd; great-nieces, Madilyn Aliyah Mudd, Maya Gabrielle Mudd, Grace Michelle Gulbrandsen and Kathryn (Kate) Diana Gulbrandsen; and,

Whereas, Vicki’s memorial service was held on Monday, 3 January 2011, at the Crespo Funeral Home, Houston, Harris County, Texas, with burial next to her husband at South Park Cemetery in Pearland, Brazoria County, Texas; and,

Whereas, her death will leave an immeasurable loss as we remember her devotion, loyalty, friendship and leadership to the Oran M. Roberts Chapter 440, UDC.

Now Therefore, Be It So Resolved, the Officers and Members of the Oran M. Roberts Chapter 440, UDC, hereby extend their deepest sympathy to her family and acknowledge to them our gratitude and deepest admiration for her many years of faithful and devoted membership in our Chapter that she cared so much about; and,

Be it Further Resolved, this resolution be spread upon the permanent records of the Oran M. Roberts Chapter 440, UDC, with copies to be sent to the President, Texas Division; Chaplain, Texas Division; Chaplain General; and, to the Murphy Family.

Adopted, on Tuesday, the 28th day of December, 2010.

Lynna Kay Shuffield, President

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