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In Remembrance
William “Dale” Kershaw
Carnes Brothers Funeral Home

William "Dale" KershawWilliam “Dale” Kershaw age 50 went to be with the Lord, Tuesday, June 19, 2007 at John Sealy Hospital in Galveston.  Funeral services will be 6:00 pm Tuesday, June 26, 2007 at Carnes Brothers Funeral Home with Reverend Robert Dowdy officiating. The family will receive visitors at the Funeral Home on Tuesday from 12:00 noon until service time.

Dale was born January 18, 1957 in Galveston, Texas to Joseph Denver Kershaw, Sr. and Leona Mae DeVille Kershaw. He was in the 1974 class of Ball High School. He was a welder by trade working many years for the G & M Welding Company. Dale loved to dance and listen to Cajun music. He was an outdoors man who enjoyed hunting and fishing. His greatest joy was his daughters and grandchildren who brought much joy and happiness to him and his wife Teresa.

Preceded in death by his parents and two close friends, Petey McMahon and Robert “Chico” Sanchez; survivors include his wife of 33 years, Teresa Kershaw, daughters, Kristy Kershaw and Melissa Kershaw and fiancé Joseph Aguirre all of Galveston;  sisters, Mae Kershaw, JoAnn Kershaw, and Janelle Achord and husband Eric all of Hitchcock; brothers, Joseph Denver Kershaw, Jr. and wife Janet of Santa Fe, and Jerry Dean Kershaw of Galveston; grandchildren, Joshua and Jason Olguin; father in law and mother in law, Royce & Peggy VanNess of Jacksonville, Texas; grandmother in law, Lucille VanNess of La Marque; sisters in law, Donna Smith and husband Charlie of La Marque, and Sharon VanNess of Galveston; brothers in law, Freddy VanNess and wife Susan, Roger VanNess and wife Irene, and Steven VanNess and wife Kim all of Hawaii; and his dog, “Coon”;   numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends, and a special thank you from the entire family to close friends, Floyd Meyers, Mark Turner, and Joe Taylor for being there for Dale in his time of need.

The family would also like to express special thanks to Becky Little for all her love, compassion and friendship for Dale.




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