Texas authorities warn of more dangerous fire weather to come as a wildfire victim's family reflects on her life of service

Deputy Sgt. Barbara Fenley, right, is seen with her son in this undated family image.

(CNN)As authorities in central Texas battle several wildfires and warn of more dangerous conditions Sunday, the family of a sheriff's deputy killed in the flames say the reality of her death hasn't fully sunk in.

"You're thinking it's going to be like every other night," Jonathon Fenley, 28, told CNN. "We were just out looking for her when we got that phone call."
He spoke to his mother, Deputy Sgt. Barbara Fenley, Thursday night as she helped evacuate people in the town of Carbon, about 100 miles west of Fort Worth. She was last heard from while on her way to assist an elderly person, the Eastland County Sheriff's Office said.