Nadine Randolph Brumbelow

Obituaries in Stephenville, TX | Stephenville Empire-Tribune
Obituaries in Stephenville, TX | Stephenville Empire-Tribune
Mulkey-Bowles-Montgomery Funeral Home

Nadine Randolph Brumbelow

Stephenville - Nadine Randolph Brumbelow, age 93, born September 17, 1928, entered eternity on November 26, 2021, in Stephenville TX with her husband of 75 years, Herman Brumbelow, by her side. Graveside service 11:00 am Wednesday December 1st in Lubbock Cemetery in Lubbock, TX.

Nadine was born along with her twin sister Geraldine Dunagan in Lubbock, TX to John Wesley Randolph and wife, Augusta Gertrude Randolph.

"The Twins" graduated in the Class of '46 from Frenship High School, Wolfforth, Texas, where they were cheerleaders together throughout high school. They both, along with their younger brother, Joe, attended the Dunagan Studio of Music in Lubbock for several years where they learned to play the acoustic guitar, and Joe played steel guitar, as well. They traveled together with the Studio to national competitions. "The Twins" grew up singing together and enjoyed doing so all throughout their lives. Nadine always had a special love for gospel music.

In 1946 Nadine met Herman B. Brumbelow and they married on November 23, 1946, in Lubbock, TX. And they were blessed with 75 years and 3 days of marriage.

Along with being a housewife, Nadine worked many years at Stombough Drug Store in Lubbock and at the Ben Franklin store in Stephenville TX.

Nadine is survived by her husband Herman Brumbelow, daughter Carol Fidler and husband Ricky of Stephenville, daughter Jo Evelyn Conner and husband Marvin of Springfield Mo., grandson Brent Chow and wife Maur of Denton TX, and niece Linda Petty and husband Jerry of Leonard TX. and special friendships of countless friends and neighbors.

She is proceeded in death by her parents, brother Jo Randolph and sister Geraldine Dunagan.

"The Twins "favorite song together has now become sight ….

"Beyond The Sunset"

Online condolences may be made at www.mulkeybowlesmontgomery.com

Posted online on November 30, 2021

Published in Stephenville Empire-Tribune

Obituaries in Stephenville, TX | Stephenville Empire-Tribune
Obituaries in Stephenville, TX | Stephenville Empire-Tribune

Nadine Randolph Brumbelow

Mulkey-Bowles-Montgomery Funeral Home

Nadine Randolph Brumbelow

Stephenville - Nadine Randolph Brumbelow, age 93, born September 17, 1928, entered eternity on November 26, 2021, in Stephenville TX with her husband of 75 years, Herman Brumbelow, by her side. Graveside service 11:00 am Wednesday December 1st in Lubbock Cemetery in Lubbock, TX.

Nadine was born along with her twin sister Geraldine Dunagan in Lubbock, TX to John Wesley Randolph and wife, Augusta Gertrude Randolph.

"The Twins" graduated in the Class of '46 from Frenship High School, Wolfforth, Texas, where they were cheerleaders together throughout high school. They both, along with their younger brother, Joe, attended the Dunagan Studio of Music in Lubbock for several years where they learned to play the acoustic guitar, and Joe played steel guitar, as well. They traveled together with the Studio to national competitions. "The Twins" grew up singing together and enjoyed doing so all throughout their lives. Nadine always had a special love for gospel music.

In 1946 Nadine met Herman B. Brumbelow and they married on November 23, 1946, in Lubbock, TX. And they were blessed with 75 years and 3 days of marriage.

Along with being a housewife, Nadine worked many years at Stombough Drug Store in Lubbock and at the Ben Franklin store in Stephenville TX.

Nadine is survived by her husband Herman Brumbelow, daughter Carol Fidler and husband Ricky of Stephenville, daughter Jo Evelyn Conner and husband Marvin of Springfield Mo., grandson Brent Chow and wife Maur of Denton TX, and niece Linda Petty and husband Jerry of Leonard TX. and special friendships of countless friends and neighbors.

She is proceeded in death by her parents, brother Jo Randolph and sister Geraldine Dunagan.

"The Twins "favorite song together has now become sight ….

"Beyond The Sunset"

Online condolences may be made at www.mulkeybowlesmontgomery.com

Posted online on November 30, 2021

Published in Stephenville Empire-Tribune