D. J.
D. J. Humphrey 83 of Missouri City, TX and a former Glasgow resident died Monday Aug. 15th at in Sugarland, Texas. He was born in Barren County the son of the late James and Mary Elizabeth Allen Humphrey. He wife was the late Ruby Mae Steen Humphrey. Mr. Humphrey was a farmer and was a veteran of WWII. He was a former member of the South Green St. Church of Christ and more recently became a member of the Stafford Church of Christ in Stafford, TX. He is survived by a daughter Schelley Brown and husband Bill of Missouri City, TX; 3 grandchildren Andrea St. Jean and husband Chad of Missouri City, TX, Jarrod Brown and wife Allison of Honduras, Central America and Rebecca Brown of Missouri City, TX. Five Great grandchildren also survive. Graveside services will be held at the Glasgow Municipal Cemetery at 1:00pm on Saturday Aug. 20, 2005. Visitation will be on Friday from 7pm until 8pm at the A. F. Crow & Son Funeral Home.

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  1. DJ and I were good friends at WRA.

    The summer after graduation I spent some time at DJ parents Farm. We drove around in his gold or light brown Camero and ate quite a few of the steaks in the Farm freezer

    That Fall we traveled around the country a bit ( we both took a year off before college) and ended up in Washington DC where we worked at a Bar/ Restaurant for about 6 weeks. It was quite an experience.

    One weekend we went out to see the sights in DC and ended up on a playground where some guys were playing basketball. They were pretty decent ball players and we watched for awhile then DJ asked if he could play. He was in street clothes and some of the guys playing kind of rolled their eyes. In the next 20 minutes DJ must have scored at least 12 points with some long jump shots and artful layups, blocked shots, made some fancy passes and pretty much smoked everyone on the court…..He put on a real show.

    A year or so later I was attending a small college in central Ohio and was on my way to Cincinnati and stopped by to visit DJ for the afternoon. That was the last time I saw him and we lost touch w each other.

    DJ was a good friend, a great guy, and a darn good basketball player.

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