She worked for the United States Postal Service for 30 years; many of those years were spent as postmaster of several Texas Panhandle towns including serving as Postmaster in Panhandle from 1994 to 2001. She grew up with a love for horses and being on the ranch, where she developed a lifelong appreciation of the West Texas climate and Panhandle landscape.
She was a master gardener, enjoyed genealogy and researching family histories for friends. She loved long drives on weekends, road trips, hiking and exploring new areas.
She is survived by her three children, Kathryn Rawlins Treece, Harry Erle Rawlins IV and Victoria Rawlins Sweet; grandson, Tanner Sweet; two brothers, Alan Witcher and
Jones Witcher; niece, Beverly Witcher Aycock; and nephews, David Witcher and Brian Witcher.
She was a loving mother, caring grandmother, loyal friend, and beloved by her family. She will always be remembered and greatly missed.
A private inurnment will be held at Llano Cemetery, next to her mother and father in Amarillo, Texas.