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Tommy Harbert

December 31, 1946 — July 21, 2021

Thomas Estel Harbert, Jr., 74, of Dumas, passed away on Wednesday, July 21, 2021. Funeral Services are scheduled for 11 o’clock in the morning on Saturday, July 24, 2021, at First Baptist Church with Pastor Matt Price officiating. Visitation will follow the funeral service. Interment will be held that afternoon for family at the Harbert Family Cemetery. Services are under the direction of Beeson ~ Morrison Funeral Directors.Tommy was born in Amarillo, TX on December 31, 1946, to Thomas and Leona (Albers) Harbert, Sr. He graduated from Dumas High School and then went on to earn his degree in Agriculture Business from Texas Tech. Tommy was a life-long farmer and rancher. He married the love of his life, Mikala Austin, on August 16, 1968, in West Camp, TX.Tommy was an amazing father who loved his family. He was bestowed with the nickname “Bull” because he never did anything half-heartedly. He had a deep love for his wife Mikala that was beyond compare. He was an avid studier of the Word of God; his faith in the Lord was unwavering. Tommy was a member of the First Baptist Church where he also taught bible study. He was always one who favored taking the long way home in search of adventures. His life was full of just that, adventures.He was preceded in death by his parents and brother-in-law, Jesse Hooper.Tommy is survived by his loving wife, Mikala, of the home: children: Latisha Eggleston and husband Dusty of Magnolia, TX, Quentin Harbert and wife Amanda of Dumas, TX and Lacey Martindale and husband Brad of San Antonio, TX; grandchildren: Braxton Martindale and wife McKenzie, Hannah Eggleston, Avery Martindale, Jentry Harbert, Chesna Harbert, Zoey Martindale, Wyatt Eggleston, and Anna Harbert; sisters: Kay Fowler of Edmonds, WA, Diana Ryan and husband Vernon of Rochelle, TX, and Jan Hooper of Springtown, TX; and numerous other extended family members.The family requests, with gratitude, memorials be made to The Gideons International Processing Center, P.O. Box 97251, Washington, DC 20090-7251.
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