Jauniva “Katherine” Revious, 87, of Amarillo, TX died Monday, May 23, 2022.
Services will be at 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, May 31, 2022, at Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.
Katherine was born December 29, 1934, to John Jackson and Cleo (Jackson) Jeffers in Mangum, OK. She graduated from Amarillo High School. After graduation, she met and married the love of her life, Clyde Revious. She worked many years as a secretary at Red Ball Motor Freight company and then Mesa Petroleum. She decided to retire early in 1986, the year her first grandchild was born. The joy of her life was taking care of her family. She was the quintessential “Granny” to her grandkids.
She also enjoyed her weekly card game with the “girls” and watching the classic movies (the oldies but the goodies, according to her). She was a member of Hillside Christian Church.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Clyde Revious.
Survivors include her daughter, Renee McNeely and husband Virgil, her brothers, Freddy Jackson and Scooter Jeffers, all of Amarillo, TX; two granddaughters, Allison Huddleston and husband Michael, of Kauai, HI, DeAnna Acklin and husband Ethan, of Plano, TX; grandson, Bradley McNeely, of Oklahoma City, OK; and great-grandchildren, Mylah, Maven, Kaisen, and Noa.
will receive friends from 3:00-4:00 p.m., Sunday, May 29, 2022, at the funeral home.
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5 Replies to “Jauniva Katherine Revious”
Met Katherine at Red Ball Motor Freight around 1967. Always a lovely lady. Rest in peace.
I was Katherine’s Tuesday meals on wheels driver. She was always sweet and thoughtful, handing out valentines and Easter treats for the drivers. I enjoyed having a little chat with her each Tuesday morning. May you feel God’s comfort. I will miss seeing her.
I remember meeting Aunt Kathleen and Uncle Clyde one summer at my grandparents (Noel & Lucille Revious ) house. I enjoyed Listening to the stories that they told of long ago. Rest in peace, you are flying with the angles.
I loved meeting and knowing Katherine and Clyde in Caprock Cruisers. They were fun traveling companions. She will be missed by so many. Love you, Sweet
Katherine ment a lot to me. She was my dear friend. I thought of her often. Katherine was generous and caring. She was also “salty”. We enjoyed each other and enjoyed playing cards first at ASCA ; then every Sunday at 1pm at Paulette’s house. I will miss her. I send condolences and Love to the family and friends left behind. 💔