Callaway Allee Funeral Home
Callaway Allee Funeral Home
700 East Houston Avenue
Crockett, TX 75835
Phone: (936) 544-2121
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Wed, Nov 16, 2011
Mathis sued Barnes, claiming he damaged beaver dams, affected wildlife and made drainage necessary.Mathis alleged negligence, gross negligence, nuisance and trespass.At trial before Houston County 349th District Judge Pam Fletcher, Barnes argued that upstream events caused the flooding. He produced evidence that Mathis's property lost no value.Jurors rejected all Mathis's claims, and Judge Fletcher entered take nothing judgment.The 12th District appellate court affirmed Judge Fletcher on negligence and gross negligence, but reversed her on nuisance and trespass, finding insufficient evidence to support the verdict.They found as matters of fact that Barnes built the road, the road disrupted the creek's natural flow and waters crossed the property line."Furthermore, the evidence is conclusive that Mathis had owned the property for approximately 40 years and used the land in question as a site on which to cultivate wetlands, which facilitated his further use of the land as a watering, nesting, and roosting place for waterfowl," 12th Court of Appeals Justice Sam Griffith wrote."Finally, the evidence is uncontroverted that, after the flood waters receded, the beaver dams that once occupied the property were no longer functional," he wrote.Griffith wrote that Mathis conclusively established that the road caused the waters to enter upon Mathis's property."Damage or injury is presumed as a result of the trespass," he wrote.Chief Appellate Justice James Worthen and Justice Brian Hoyle concurred.However at the Texas Supreme Court, all nine justices rejected the appellate justices' reasoning."Barnes contends that the court of appeals erred by focusing on evidence that failed to persuade the jury. We agree," they wrote."Uncontested evidence may establish a fact as a matter of law, as when scientific proof yields only one conclusion, even if a jury disagrees," they wrote. "In this case, however, the jury was required to evaluate the cause of an otherwise nat...
Sun, Nov 6, 2011
D, Minn. - Edna L. Rustad, 89, died Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011, at Good Shepherd Lutheran Home in Rushford.
Edna Lillian was born to Nick and Ida (Thorson) Overby on May 26, 1922, in Yucatan Township of Houston County, Minn. She attended the Baker Country School. She married Raymond Rustad on June 16, 1946. Raymond preceded Edna in death Nov. 3, 1988. She kept busy on the farm with Ray and kept up a beautiful lawn and flower gardens and... (Winona Daily News)
Tue, Oct 11, 2011
Training for Teachers and became a school teacher in rural schools in Alamakee County, Iowa. She married Raymond Fruechte on June 10, 1937, and helped him with the family farm on Portland Prairie, Houston County, Minn. She was active in St. Luke's UCC as a Sunday school superintendent and Sunday school teacher. Esther taught Vacation Bible School, Religious Release Time classes and joined the Calvary Evangelical Free Church in Spring Grove, where she was very active in the church.
In 1996, she was awarded Outstanding Senior Citizen of Houston County at the Houston County Fair. Esther also worked several years as a volunteer with the American Cancer Society. Esther enjoyed traveling. They made several trips around the U.S. and Canada, to the Holy Land, and most recentl... (Winona Daily News)
Tue, Oct 11, 2011
Training for Teachers and became a school teacher in rural schools in Allamakee County, Iowa. She married Raymond Fruechte on June 10, 1937, and helped him with the family farm on Portland Prairie, Houston County, Minn. She was active in St. Luke's UCC as a Sunday school superintendent and Sunday school teacher. Esther taught vacation Bible school, Religious Release Time classes and joined the Calvary Evangelical Free Church in Spring Grove where she was very active in the church. In 1996 she was awarded Outstanding Senior Citizen of Houston County at the Houston County Fair. Esther also worked several years as a volunteer with the American Cancer Society. Esther enjoyed traveling. They made several trips around the United States and Canada, to the Holy Land... (La Crosse Tribune)
Tue, Oct 4, 2011
Caledonia, died Friday, Sept. 30, 2011, at Mayo Clinic Health System, Mankato, Minn .
Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Wilmington Lutheran Church, Wilmington Township, Houston County, Minn. Burial with military honors in the church cemetery. Friends may call at the church Thursday from 10 a.m. until the time of service. Jandt-Fredrickson Funeral Home, Caledonia, Minn., is in charge of arrangements.
(Winona Daily News)