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By Bev Odom/The Red River Sun—
WELLINGTON — Collingsworth Pharmacy and the Ouellette family recently donated and planted two trees at Wellington Country Club in remembrance of Martha Morris and Edi Williams.
“Martha became one of Craig’s favorite first customers at the pharmacy when we moved to Wellington in 2005,” said Tracey Davis Ouellette, a pharmacist and the wife of pharmacist Craig Ouelette.
Martha Morris passed March 29 this year at the age of 81. A member of the Wellington Country Club, she served on the board of directors and as a member of the Ladies Golf Association.
“Growing up here, I remember Martha and Jarol being at the country club when I went out there with my grandparents, Henry and Bennie Sullivan,” Tracey said. “I’m big on trees for memorials because I think it’s a forever thing. Since the country club is trying to replace trees, this seemed like the perfect way to honor two special people.”
Edi Williams died July 13, 2019 at the age of 62. Although she devoted most of her adult life to riding and training barrel horses, her family spends a lot of time at Wellington Country Club according to Tracey.
“Growing up neighbors on El Paso St., Craig and I wanted to do something special for the Williams family too. The Wellington Community Fund promotes planting trees as well and I serve on that foundation. I want to take this opportunity to share a living tribute for loved ones.”