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Wendy Miller posted on 9/21/22

I worked for Mr Head for several years and learned so much from him. He was quiet and deliberate in his duties but willing to teach and had a funny bone. I have thought of him often through the years. Very nice respectable and knowledgeable. Loved his family.

Linda Varner posted on 9/20/22

Renee, Thinking of you during this time. I can't imagine what it must be like. Sending my love and prayers to your family and extended family and friends and especially his wife and those precious grandbabies.

Jackie Roberts Null posted on 9/19/22

Michelle. I’m so sorry to hear this. My prayers and condolences to you and your family. He was a great neighbor growing up.

Susie Stanford posted on 9/19/22

Earl, you will be in our hearts forever. Prayers for comfort and strength in the days to follow.

Stacey Olivarez posted on 9/19/22

April, I can't imagine the pain you are feeling, but I know God will not only send friends and loved ones to support you but He will walk with you and see you through every step of the way. You are not alone.

Erin Gray posted on 9/19/22

Tracy.... There Are No Words.....My prayers and deepest condolences to you and your family

Rhonda Alvarez posted on 9/19/22

Rest In Peace, mom. Until we meet again, I love you. Rhonda

Aunt Shannon posted on 9/19/22

I remember the day you were born. You were the first nephew, the one that made me an aunt. And then from them on, countless memories. You were such a kind gentle soul. I don't think that you had a mean bone in your body. I love you so much and I will miss you so much.

Shannon Veazey posted on 9/18/22

Legacy Church family will be keeping you in our prayers. We were so sorry to hear this news but look forward to the day that we are able to meet Brandon face to face. So thankful that we have that promise! God bless you and your family April. Sustaining grace is what we pray for & believe God will provide. You are loved & valued! ❤️

Landon Shaver posted on 9/18/22

Please accept my deepest, sincerest condolences and sympathies. I am so very sorry for your loss.Prayers on high for you and family.

Andrew Lucas posted on 9/17/22

We didn't always get along but I appreciate you pushing me to be better. Wish I would've listened a little more. I'm not that far from Andrews but it feels like a lifetime ago or a different one, didn't hardly recognize it last time I was there. Anyway, RIP coach. God Bless ya.

Bobby Davis posted on 9/17/22

I'm so sad for your lost. You have my condolences and prayers for you and the family.

Tonya Bielefeld posted on 9/17/22

I will miss you my kind hearted Nephew. You will never be forgotten. Till we meet again Brandon, until then you will be greatly missed by all that had the pleasure of knowing you. I miss you and love you so much.

Kim Beeler posted on 9/16/22

My condolences, I am so so sorry

Joyce Koehlhoeffer posted on 9/16/22

Liz, so thankful to have you as a part of our family. You were always there to help my mom and dad, sister and even me through our struggles. I love you deeply and look forward to meeting you and all our loved ones in our Heavenly Home.

Jessica, Dan, Daniel and Ryan Mason posted on 9/16/22

I am so glad my boys got so much time with you! I know they loved coloring with you, sharing popsicles, and making you laugh. You will be so deeply missed. Tell Ronnie we say hello!

Marcus Matthews posted on 9/16/22

Sending prayers to the family

Marcus Matthews posted on 9/16/22

Prayers to the family

Teresa Fanning posted on 9/15/22

Mom, I miss you more than mere words can say. I love you! Tree

Brenda Spahn posted on 9/13/22

Condolences & prayers for the family for this sad time!

Chris , Lee and Jaxon posted on 9/10/22

We are so sorry forThe loos of your mom . Thinking of you all . Sending you all strength at this time .

Cynthia Propp Vickers posted on 9/10/22

I have fond memories of Shirley, I remember taking her to my state board certification, she was my model. I remember watching you kids too. She was so kind to me! My sincerest condolences

Sue & Max Smith posted on 9/10/22

May the family rest in the knowledge that Sue loved them through many tough years and she now has joined her many loved ones in heaven. All pain is gone and she is in heaven with her Lord.

Butch johns posted on 9/7/22

We had a lot of fun when we were young he was a good man

Linda Eaton posted on 9/7/22

Uncle Billy was one of the most loving caring Christian men I know. I will miss you Uncle Billy. Until I see you in Heaven

Bobbi posted on 9/7/22

My sweet daddy. Nothing I can say would be enough to let you know how much I love ❤️ you and Miss you I know Jesus and mother are showing you around heaven. Until we see you and mother again my heart hurts

Nicole Blair Ludwig posted on 9/7/22

I know you are so happy to be reunited with Aunt Ollie and so many others! Yall weren't blood, but you were for sure family! Until we meet again.... bye for now. Love Always, Nicole & Lilly

Braeden Quintana-Jones posted on 9/7/22

I'll miss you Papa. We all will. I remember you'd always love seeing me when I visited.

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Linda Pierce posted on 9/6/22

I just found out of Mary's passing today. Mary was like a breath of fresh air when she came into a room or maybe more like that 1st winds of a tornado! I can still hear her laughter! If u told us some Church decorating idea couldn't be done we had everyone working together & got it done! She & i had some fun adventures. I reget not staying in touch but she will always be in my heart! She loved her boys & I'm so happy she finally got a girl!

Robert Propp posted on 9/6/22

Sorry to hear about your mom, I remember her fondly. Our condolences

Mike Molleda posted on 9/4/22

I met Spurg at work 4 years ago. Every time that my wife and I would see him at the cafe he would always speak to us. He was a real kind man. I will miss you my friend. Rest in Peace.

Dorothy and Bill McVoid posted on 9/1/22

Judy, your in our thoughts and prayers! May Kenneth Rest In Peace! Lots of love

janet moss posted on 9/1/22

i will miss spurgeon he was a great friend rest peacefully my friend

Donna Bean posted on 9/1/22

I'm so very sorry to hear about Spurg. He and his siblings shared a very dear aunt and uncle (Betty & Homer) with me. My prayers are with the entire family during this time.

Judy & Denton Brooks posted on 8/30/22

Our prayers for you and your family Judy. We love you and it was a pleasure knowing Ken.

Estela "Estee" Ellis-Cranford posted on 8/30/22

We will miss you greatly Geraldine Long (Gerri). You will always be in my prayers and thoughts. Though you are not with us anymore but we will always keep you alive in our talks, in our memories, in our hearts and in everything we shared. We love you sweet friend.✝✝✝Rest In Peace..

James & Sharon Hollabaugh posted on 8/30/22

Today we are sending our love & prayers to You & Yours as we hold you in our thoughts today.We send our condolences and prayers James & Sharon Hollabaugh

Jimmy and Debbie Williams posted on 8/27/22

Prayers for you all! Pumpkin was such a sweet lady that loves to laugh. She was a strong willed lady who cared deeply for her family! Love you all!

Sarina Martinez posted on 8/27/22

Fire it up! Jeff would get it. Rest in Peace, We love you

Sarina Martinez posted on 8/27/22

Fire it up! Only Jeff would know the story behind that. Rest in Peace Jeff, we love you

Bryan Suire posted on 8/27/22

KathySo sorry for your loss. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers and please know the NOV Team is here for you.

Al Blubaugh posted on 8/26/22

Positive Thoughts and Memories

Billy Keeble posted on 8/26/22

I am so sorry to hear this. Gerry was a good woman who loved her kids.Prayers for the family.

Bobbi & Ronnie Jones posted on 8/25/22

Such a sweet man. Judy your in our prayers.

Bobbi & Ronnie Jones posted on 8/25/22

Such a sweet man. Judy you are in our prayers

Jan & Jim Kingrea posted on 8/25/22

Judy, sending our sincere condolences, thoughts & prayers to you & your family. May Kenneth be at peace.

Larry & Anna Botello posted on 8/25/22

Our sincere condolences to the entire family of Mrs. Propp. May God give you all strength and comfort through these difficult times. She was such a sweet lady may she be rejoicing with our Lord. Rest In Peace Mrs Propp.

Sharyn Carvalho posted on 8/25/22

Kenneth was such a nice man and went home a little too soon

Sharyn Carvalho posted on 8/25/22

Kenneth was such a nice man and went home a little too soon.

Cheryl McDonald posted on 8/25/22

I am truly sorry to hear of the loss of June. She was an awesome lady for sure.I totally enjoyed every minute is spent with her. I did not find out about her passing until this morning or would have done my best to be there. June's Family, and large Circle of Friends are in my thoughts and Prayers. June was a Blessing to all!!

Sherreen Young posted on 8/25/22

Me condolences to the family. She will forever be in your hearts.

Janet Lambert posted on 8/25/22

I knew him, Van & Lisa many yrs ago. He was a kind, giving person that I had great respect for. Prayers for all his family & friends. RIP Mr Tidwell.

Tom Ellis posted on 8/25/22

God Bless Mrs. ProppShe was always so nice when I was her UPS man many Years ago. She and Don Left quite a Footprint in this world !

Sherry (Thompson) Gunn posted on 8/24/22

John 14:1-3May these verses give comfort to Mrs. Propp’s children & family. My deepest sympathy in the loss of your Mother.

Brenda posted on 8/24/22

It’s been a year and time goes so fast but you are still in our hearts and always will be. We know God has protected you, loves you and provides us the comfort that we know you’re our protective angel who stays near us everyday.Sending our love to you from all of us. Just think one day we will all be together againHugs to you ♥️

Debra Long posted on 8/24/22

Sorry for your loss. She sounded like a wonderful woman!

Bonnie Boykin posted on 8/24/22

Charles had a heart of gold & he could be a force to be reckoned with. He was a good man to work for, he treated me & Travis well & when Travis passed away he was very good to me. Thank you Charles for everything.

Debbie Fowler-Jones posted on 8/24/22

PRAYERS FOR COMFORT FOR ALL OF RANDY'S FAMILY!LOTS OF FUN TIME'S AND MEMORIES AS KIDS IN WESTLAND!

Patricia Hawkins posted on 8/24/22

Shirley Propp May the Lord bring you joy and His angels cover you in there wings. We pray for peace for your loved ones left behind.

Stephanie Berry posted on 8/24/22

Rest easy Randy you will be missed

Michael Lester / posted on 8/23/22

I am so sorry for the passing of Momma June kittrell I am praying for your loss your dad was a very big inspiration to me Kevin I appreciate you I miss you and my brother Freddy ass about you often anyway to the kittrell family the first family of lake Worth, I loved your father as well we were one of the first black families to live there and your mother father was always genuine and upfront and had open arms to my entire family again sorry for your loss please tell Kevin to give me a call 202-215-5082

Merry McNulty posted on 8/23/22

Charles was my next door neighbor for 17 years. He was a good friend & neighbor. He helped me rake up & bag leaves, always helping. He was truly a charmer & the Angels are loving him now. Charles had a powerful body & with it a strong sneeze & cough. Now When I hear Vann do the same things, he sounds just like his Dad & I look up thinking Charlie is back. I miss that handsome man.

Sharon Thomas Sumpter posted on 8/23/22

RIP

Owen & Belinda Puckett posted on 8/23/22

I’ve known this Family for years. Good Friends

Warren and Pam Sealy posted on 8/23/22

Ms Sandy and Doug, our hearts are saddened by your unexpected loss. May God pour grace and peace out abundantly on you and your family during this difficult time. Psalm 34:18

Mollie, Billy, Amanda, Benjamin and Destri posted on 8/23/22

We were so blessed to have been able to call you Pa!!!

Mollie, Billy, Amanda, Benjamin and Destri posted on 8/23/22

We love you Pa! We were so blessed to have had you as part of our family! I will never forget your kindness and understanding Rest In Peace Pa.

Mollie, Billy, Amanda, Benjamin and Destri posted on 8/23/22

Pa was such a great man, person , father and friend. I was so blessed to have had you in our lives. We love you Pa

Sandra (Sandy) Williams posted on 8/23/22

Your mom was a very special lady. As a little girl she was always kind to me. She would just let me come over and talk while she either ironed or cooked or just let me sit with her. I really was sad when y'all moved to.Azle. I loved her and she will always hold a very special place in my heart.

Ghiselle Paris posted on 8/23/22

Shirley, you are a lucky spirit now in the grace of our Divine. May God comfort those who loved you and that are still here on Earth. You will live in their heart. Yet one day all will be United. God Bless

Vonda Stubbs seliger posted on 8/23/22

So sorry for your loss. Rodent know her husband and kids outgrew up around her mom and Dad brother Jim sister Janice and sister Jean. Lovely family and friends. God bless you all. I am from Fairview to

Don Mckinley posted on 8/23/22

I’m so sorry for your loss Sandra. I wish I could’ve met your mother, she sounds like a fine lady. Prayers for the family.

Teressa and Fred Sontag posted on 8/23/22

We are so sorry for your loss. Prayers going out for all the family.

Brenda Mercado posted on 8/23/22

Sandy so sorry for your loss. Praying for you and your family.

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sonja dildy posted on 8/22/22

Kit, Kevin and Kim, Charles and I are so sorry to hear about the loss of your mom. We did not find out until the day after the visitation, or we would have been there for sure! Mrs. Kittrell was truly an amazing lady! We always enjoyed being around her and visiting with her. It should be a comfort to know that she lived a long productive life and was loved not only by her family, but many, many friends. Love to all, Charles and Sonja

Sue Shipp Wrinkle posted on 8/21/22

Kim and family, so very sorry for your loss. Your mom was a treasure to Lake Worth! Wonderful artist. Prayers for you and your family. Love, Sue

Susie Stanford posted on 8/20/22

Although it’s been more than 40 years since I last rode a school bus, how could you ever forget Mrs. Kittrell? We always hoped she’d be our driver, wherever we were headed! My heartfelt sympathies to her extended family, she truly was one of a kind.Susie Stanford Lakeside, TX

AMANDA F. ROBERTS posted on 8/19/22

REST IN PEACE, YOU WILL BE MISSED.

Johnny Phillips posted on 8/19/22

My deepest condolences to all the family and friends! June was the sweetest lady and always so full of fun and enjoyed life to the fullest! I'd never would've been to a Nascar or Indy Car event if not for her! God be with you all and ease the sadness in your hearts! Rest in peace sweet Mama June! Love ya Kittrell family! God bless y'all!❤

Mike Perkins posted on 8/19/22

I accepted Christ in Aug of 1969 at an A of G church and Big John Hall came to sing a few months later. He brought so much joy to our hearts as he sang and led us in Worship. His voice singing “They that Sew in Tears will Reap in Joy” has stayed worshipfully in my ears though I’ve not heard the song to this day. . Such a sweet and Holy Spirit of God fell upon us all.

Joyce Stovall posted on 8/19/22

Mrs June is now in the Arms of Our Lord and Savior, And, has joined the love of her life once again. They lived their lives for their children and for others children as well. I am one of them. Once was. Praying for the Kitfrel family and loved ones. Joyce Drain, Dean Stovall

Shelia Sellers posted on 8/18/22

Truly looked forward to watching you and the Snow Sisters and the others on the TV show. You brought humor to so many, may you Rest In Peace -

Tom, Lynn Gilley posted on 8/18/22

Condolences to you Bill, and the family!

Jennifer Brown posted on 8/17/22

RIP sweetie.....Love you❤❤

Terri Doss posted on 8/17/22

So very sorry for your loss.

Angela Lowe posted on 8/13/22

There is not a day that goes by that I don’t wish that you were here with us. Love you, forever, ever and always, Dad!

Sharon Duffy posted on 8/13/22

Dear Grace & family, I am so very sorry to hear of George's passing. I just found out today. George was always smiling and happy and I know he will be watching over you all from heaven. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Rest in peace, George.

Jim and Merlene Cox posted on 8/12/22

My Aunt Meralda was always a sweet and caring lady. She was a great wife to my uncle Frank (Junior) and wonderful mom. Such a kind aunt. Merl and I remember the great visits when we lived near them in Amarillo for a short time.

Barbara Reeves Downard posted on 8/11/22

Very special lady. Was always available for me and her sister Kathy when we were young for advice, adventure, and a quick cruise around Nicky’s Drive and Danny’s drive in, where we would giggle and rock to the music. Loved having chance to know here

Sandy Varner posted on 8/11/22

I played golf with both Ken n Anita. Anita was such a wonderful person and always the southern Lady. I missed her when they moved from Pecan. She will always fill my mind with fond memories when I think about her. Sadly I will miss the service as I’m out of town, but my Prayers n love go out to her family.

Raylene green posted on 8/10/22

I am so sorry for the families loss.. ❤️❤️❤️

Cindy Cone posted on 8/10/22

We are so sorry. Your Mom was so much fun to talk to. I’ll never forget her playing golf and told myself when I get her age, I’m playing golf. Give your Dad a hug from me

Cindy Cone posted on 8/10/22

We are so sorry for your loss. She was a delightful person. And you were the best son.

Marvin Penny posted on 8/7/22

Randy was my mentor, my teacher and my friend. Many things about law enforcement I learned from him. We shot together a lot, talked about many things I could never talk to anyone else about. I will miss my friend.

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Randy Morrissette posted on 8/4/22

She was a beautiful blessed woman of God and first wife of Kenneth Copeland KCM ministry! Terry Copelands mother!

Kathleen Kerr posted on 8/4/22

My sincere condolences. She sounds like a beautiful woman.

Shelley Temple posted on 8/4/22

I just found out about this and am so sorry to hear about this. What crazy is I hadn't seen him in Years and ran into him ay Walmart not even a few months ago. He was sweet as always and gave me a hug. Sending prayers to you all, I am sure is greatly missed.

Tarrant County College Foundation posted on 8/4/22

We are sadden to hear about the passing of Mr. Johnston, he was a wonderful colleague and even after retirement was still very active in student success at Tarrant County College by serving on the Scholarship Selection Committee. Our sincere condolences to his family.

Randy Swaim posted on 8/4/22

Although I never met Randy, I knew of his strong beliefs through his daughter Rachel and her childrenMy wife Julie and I want you all to know you all are in our thoughts and prayers!

Jamie Rhodes posted on 8/4/22

Randy wil be greatly missed. A mighty warrior for God and a true friend to many! Praying for you all! Wayne and Jamie

Lisa Hudson posted on 8/4/22

Daniel was a fine man- giving, steady and generous with his time and love. He will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you as you honor him today.

Sherri Miller posted on 8/4/22

My most heartfelt prayers go out to the Nettles family in this time of sadness. I pray that God will send you his presence and bless you with peace and continued hope.

Fred Salcido Jr. posted on 8/3/22

Sending healing prayers and comfort during this tough time

Paul Allen posted on 8/3/22

During JD's time here it was always nice to see him when he showed up for work. When he made his rounds he would say hi to his fellow co-workers and when we connected it wasn't hi or good morning we would start picking on each other in a fun way to which starting your day, having a smile, and having a little fun along with laughter goes along way. I will miss you bud. Thoughts and prayers to your family. You will be missed!!!

Andy Guerrero posted on 8/3/22

In the short time I known him, he was a stand up person, we would share stories of our past experiences. He would tell me about his kids the things they would do together JD you will be missed by me, I will never forget our talks. May GODS HANDS soothe your family's pain and anguish.

Andy Guerrero posted on 8/3/22

GOD be with your family. You will be missed.

Carlos Morales posted on 8/3/22

My condolences to all the family and friends of JD, I did not know him for very long but I will always remember him for always having a smile on his face and being as friendly and kind as anyone can be, we will miss you JD.

Sharon Christensen posted on 8/2/22

I’m so sorry for your loss. May God comfort you all with wonderful memories and God’s peace and presence.

Jim & Karen Stevens posted on 8/2/22

Our deepest condolences for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire family.

Joel and Susie Carranza posted on 8/2/22

Daniel was such a loving person. I am so glad we got to know Laura and Daniel through the TCC Counseling group. We enjoyed many dinners as a group and he was always so kind to all. He will be missed. We pray for you and your family and know Daniel is up in Heaven right now. We grieve with you and our hearts are heavy with the news of his passing. God Bless You and all persons that knew and loved Daniel Lee Johnston.

Andrea Chavez posted on 8/2/22

Sending love, thoughts, and prayers to you and your family during this tough time.

Andrea Chavez posted on 8/2/22

Sending love and prayers to the Johnston family. May his memory live on as we celebrate his remarkable life.

The Santiago’s posted on 8/2/22

Sending love, strength and prayers to the entire family

Donna Stott posted on 8/2/22

Dear Michelle,So sorry for your loss, but praise the Lord, we will see him again. I have wonderful memories of my time with y’all at Metropolitan. You and your family are in my prayers.Love you, Donna

Brenda Hamilton Johnson posted on 8/2/22

I always remember her precious smile and how much she loved my Daddy (her little brother) and gave him a hard time!!

Dee Anderson posted on 8/2/22

IM TRULY SORRY FOR JOHNNY... I DIDN'T KNOW HE HAD PASSED UNTIL TODAY " WELL NOW HE'S WITH MY MOMMA..

Penny Cook posted on 7/30/22

There are far too many precious memories to post here. One of my favorites is of you and I stealing Velma’s salt shaker for her tomato plants in her back yard. We had a good run, until we left her salt shaker outside

Penny Cook posted on 7/30/22

Our loving cousin has always had a special spot in my heart. My fondest memory of growing up always includes my times at your house. I will forever keep you in my heart

Uncle Johnny and Aunt Suzanne Hardin posted on 7/29/22

My heart goes out to this precious lady and her family. You will be missed! May you rest with the angels as they’ve been calling your name for a longtime, you just wanted to go when it was time. My heart goes out to your family as they will miss you for sure. Your uncle and I will miss you as well.

Joyce Lambert posted on 7/29/22

When storage buildings started springing up all over, didn’t Dr Larry want to buy or build some? Look how many there are… they are everywhere ☺️

Sharon Rasco posted on 7/29/22

They say your cousins are your first friends. It’s true. So many childhood memories come to my mind, seems there wasn’t a weekend that went by that our families weren’t together. That’s where we learned about family love. Cheryl carried out that legacy to the max. Always ready to talk about anything or help out when needed. My love to Lloyd, Butch, Donna, Brenda & more than I can name here❤️

Johnny Barrington posted on 7/29/22

I met Cheryl & Lloyd in 1988 when I married into the family. From Day 1 they treated me as family and loved me. The family was very close then and is still very close now. I have many memories including asking Delbert Mr Clinton for his autograph for her, going to Main Street Arts Festival, and getting together practically every weekend to play music and celebrate. Even though I am no longer married into the family, this will always be family in my heart. Lloyd and Cheryl went out of their way to always make sure the family stayed connected by having regular family dinner gatherings. My heart goes out to Lloyd, Butch, Donna and every other member of this special family. She will be dearly missed.

Monica Thomas posted on 7/29/22

The memories I have with momma Cheryl I will forever hold in my heart. Momma Cheryl took me and my family in like we were truly her own and I appreciate that from the bottom of my heart. She was a amazing friend and the best God Mother that I could ask for. I will truly miss her. Butch and Donna THANK YOU BOTH for sharing your Mother with me and my family. Love yall!! #resteasymommacheryl

Victoria Vallejo posted on 7/28/22

I have millions of memories with my sweet nana. I could always run to her, for anything, she could see me do no wrong. I’m gonna miss her so much, I already do. She was truly a queen, and I will be sure to remind my son as he’s older how much his Big Nana loved him. Fly high Nana, I love you beautiful.

Sarah Sams Uyeshima posted on 7/28/22

Thinking of you both. Saw that Trina had gone home earlier this year. My condolences for you and your family Ross.

Robert Waggoner Howie posted on 7/28/22

A loving wife and mother that I met years ago through her son Butch. We played in a band. She loved her music. An inspiration to anyone. Rest in peace.

Sandy Smith posted on 7/28/22

I am sorry for your loss. I worked for Dr. Huber for several years. He was a great doctor. He was very knowledgeable and took the extra time to listen to his patients and give the excellent care.

Doug Pritchard posted on 7/27/22

I was so sorry to hear of Larry's passing. He was a dedicated Doctor, who actually cared about his patients, I remember him saving the lives of those who had been misdiagnosed by other doctors. leading a life helping others is a true legacy to be proud of. The world is better place for his having been on it.

Teddy Brannon posted on 7/26/22

Will miss her loving and sweet smiles.Helped when WJ died and my mother.

Teddy Brannon posted on 7/26/22

I am so very sorry for loss of Diane.Our boys were same ages and went through school together. Diane helped me after WJ died. So kind!!

Debbie Thrasher posted on 7/26/22

Prayers and love for all the family on both sides.Diana was such a sweet person .

Waffa posted on 7/26/22

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Winter Soul posted on 7/26/22

IF LOVE COULD HAVE SAVED YOU....YOU WOULD HAVE LIVED FOREVER!With a little spunk ~ Tilt that new Crown upon your head, just a bit. Dust off them boots, just a bit. Shades on! Now spread them chrome tipped wings and race across the sky. And Yes, we're all watching you fly. Much Love to you... and yours.

Shelly Turner posted on 7/25/22

Jim met my parents Judy and Gerald Davis, through the travel club. He was a great friend to them was like another son to my grandmother. Jim was such a help to my mom after my dad passed. He was such a sweet man. He even came up to Dallas and helped my husband and I move. He is truly missed and loved.

Gary and Judy Podsednik posted on 7/25/22

Prayers for the Wright family. Friends from way back in our youthful days. Fun times we shall never forget. Our deepest sympathy,Gary and Judy Podsednik

Jeff Lee posted on 7/24/22

So sorry to hear about Jason passing. My thoughts and prayers are with the whole family

Dr. Tyla S. Holsomback posted on 7/23/22

Our family appreciates you reaching out, Travis. I hope you are well & happy, friend.

Joanne Onstott posted on 7/23/22

Prayers for Vernon and all of Diane’s family. We worked for many years together, a friend and co-worker. A life well lived! Love and prayers

Rick & Diane Karna posted on 7/23/22

Our prayers are with Vern and Diane's families now and in the days to come. It has been a blessing, to us, to have such wonderful neighbors for many years.

Betty Degner posted on 7/23/22

My prayers are with Diane’s family. I worked with her years ago.

Lygia Dunsworth posted on 7/22/22

Until we meet again dearest friend.

Patrick Lambert posted on 7/21/22

Amy and I are very sorry to hear of Larry’s passing. Wishing peace, comfort and strength for the family during this difficult time.

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Steve Barter posted on 7/21/22

Dr. Moore kept me flying for 25 years. God rest your soul Dr. Moore.

Kevin Dwyer posted on 7/20/22

Doc Moore was a true advocate for company pilots - always did a wonderful job of keeping us both airborne and healthy! God bless you, Dr Moore!

Travis Albritton posted on 7/20/22

Tyla, Ann was such the sweetest lady and I loved being her previous banker. I will always remember her. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.

Michael Lambert posted on 7/20/22

We are so sorry to hear of Dr. Larry’s passing. We know he is now in a better place and May he rest in peace

Joyce Lambert posted on 7/20/22

Upon picking Jan up for a first date at our home he later said he couldn’t tell if her family was poor or rich as our Mom decorated the living room with antique furniture only. I was a younger sister and found that observation funny as I wondered the same thing as I was growing up!A second memory was shortly after marrying Jan she made French Toast for their breakfast. He described his breakfast as they had a loaf of bread ….☺️❣️

Rachel Wines posted on 7/19/22

Roger, Pat and family I’m so very sorry to hear about your son's death. My family and I are thinking about you and praying for you. We love you all and think about you often!Love you all!

Ronald Knight posted on 7/19/22

He was my neighbor at possum kingdom lake Tx. He had so many stories. Very nice man

Janet Katz posted on 7/19/22

Jim was so sweet to travel to Austin, TX in the fall of 2014 to visit his cousin, my dad, James A Allen, while he was in the hospital. I remember how thrilled my dad was to see him and what a great time that had talking together. My deepest sympathies to the entire Mims family.

Gina & David Marx posted on 7/18/22

We are so very sorry for your loss. Our hearts are with you and the entire Dickey Family. We will continue to pray for peace and want you to know how much we love you all. God Bless you, Love Gina & David Marx

Allegria Guenoun posted on 7/18/22

Aunt Claire you were such a giving and beautiful soul. You’ve always helped our family in so many ways and your love and generosity will always be remembered. We will miss love you always auntie Baruch Dayan HaEmet.

Judy & Gary Montgomery posted on 7/16/22

Blessings to your beautiful, sweet family.

Sherri Martin posted on 7/15/22

To the best husband,father, and son anyone could ask for. You my dear are my soulmate for life. Gone way to soon but I will see you again. I love you forever and always. Thank you for the great memories!

Dorothy Wright posted on 7/15/22

You took me in and treated me like your daughter. For two years I lived in your home. You showed me how important it is to have family. I was able to be a kid and not worry about life. I owe that all to you (and Uncle Harry). Your generosity extended not only to my siblings, but to countless other family members and friends. I saw you in a dream on July 3rd. You were beautiful as always with Uncle Harry by you. I know you are Aunt Claire again, at peace and happy.

Susan and Don McGlone posted on 7/15/22

Dear Aunt Claire, may you Rest In Peace knowing your kindness, sense of humor and the comfort you provided to others will be missed. When Don and I moved from Texas, it saddened Don and myself to leave you and Uncle Harry. You always treated us like a son and daughter. I recall all the many wonderful conversations and laughs we shared around your kitchen table. Memories of you will be forever cherished.

Rebecca Coy posted on 7/15/22

I’m so sorry for this loss my heart aches for the loved ones left behind. Your all in my thoughts and prayers.

Susan Davis posted on 7/14/22

Sorry to hear of Judy passing away. She was always so much fun in high school-Classmates of CHS '82.

Diane Macik posted on 7/14/22

I remember living in Tatum when Mark was probably four or five and I remember going over to their trailer house and Mark would be under the front porch barking like a dog. He loved his dog. I don't remember the dog's name but he played with that dog all day long when Granville was in school and there would be days that he would just bark all day long and wouldn't talk. Such a fun memory makes me laugh

Kathy Kessler posted on 7/14/22

Rest in peace Tata. You did so much for so many. Your generosity was something everyone could learn from. I can't imagine where we would have been without you. I'll never forget the summers I spent with you. They were such a wonderful distraction. You were like a mother to my mom. I know she enjoyed your companionship all those endless days and nights on the phone. I just found the most beautiful picture of you and my mom. I hope you find each other again.

Patty Almonrode -Yetta posted on 7/14/22

I can remember the times that we all went trick or treating together when the kids were small it was lots of fun. We would all gather at Donna's house and go trick or treating from there we love you Mark and you will be missed

Shawntell Chapman posted on 7/13/22

We never met. I got to know you thru Sheri's posts. She loves you with all she has, help watch over her as she navigates thru this part of her life. Look around up in heaven and find my g son Eathen, he will be the life of the party in heaven.

Amy Mcclean posted on 7/13/22

Mark ,You Won Bud !!! You are a True Warrior ,Man of God.Sheri ,You Have been a shining example of what a wife is to be during both good times and bad and sickness and in health .You Are Truly a Ministering Angel.God is For You,God is With You.You Are Not Alone.I Love You Always.

Denise McDowell Clayton posted on 7/13/22

Sherri, I love you and am praying for you. Wished I could be there to comfort you.

Vivian Temitope-Yusuf posted on 7/7/22

I came into his life as his aide, and he has been very kind to me and my children. He has a heart of gold, very easy going, very understanding, very accommodating, and very caring. Always looking out for me and my children. We love you, and you'll greatly be missed.

Jim Norman posted on 7/5/22

I am so sorry to hear this, Brad and I had a lot of fun hunting and fishing playing football and hanging out together in School, in 1979, he and my wife's best friend set us up on a blind date, it's been 43 years ago, 2 children and 7 grandchildren, prayers for your family and God Bless.

Ricky and Lisa Keeling Burkett posted on 7/5/22

Our deepest sympathy for you all. Prayers for all your family.

Yyuvone Heidelberger posted on 7/5/22

My prayers are with each of you. My memories of Brad are from church and school in Whitehouse. Many years have come and gone since those days but I still have fond memories in my heart. May God be near to each of you who loved him.

The coffee club posted on 7/5/22

Thank you for all the gifts that you and yours sent to us overseas.....fair winds and following seas....

Debbie Proulx posted on 7/3/22

Pastor Terri and family I didn't know Sandra but I'm so thankful for her and the gift we have of you because of her. God bless you all. We love you and thank God for you.

Jessica posted on 7/3/22

He will be missed me n my kiddos loved this man he was a teacher a friend and so much more I’m sorry we didn’t find out sooner sending lots of love and light

Sandra Walker Handley posted on 7/3/22

I did not know Sandy Sharp personally but she has one fine daughter Praise The Lord she is obeying God!!! Pastor Terry I’m sorry for your loss but we know you’ll be together again. I love you and thank you for your service.

Yolonda Adams-Lee posted on 7/3/22

Sorry for your mom's departure Pastor Terri and family. Thinking of you!!

Shannon Brady posted on 7/2/22

Today is another day that you aren't here with us...we all love you and miss you! We will all be together again soon.Miss you...my wonder-twin brother..I will never be the same..Love, Shannon

Beverly Edwards posted on 7/1/22

Sorry for your loss, My deepest condolences to you and your family. What a Great Mom she is and forever.. R.I.P. I know she is smiling down on you..

Lou Ann McLaughlin Burnham posted on 6/29/22

Arianna and Shannon, I am so sorry for the loss of your father. No words can bring comfort, but lean on each other and your mother during this difficult time. God is there with you—-lean on him to bring you peace and comfort as he is the only one who can provide true peace. Love you both and know I am praying for you. ❤️

Kayla Rose posted on 6/29/22

So sorry for your loss. Prayers for you all.

Susan Weems posted on 6/29/22

My deepest condolences .Uncle Rex you will be forever in my heart as I will always remember you as such a kind Man .May you Rest In Peace and all the beautiful memories help keep your family strong .Sending love and lots of prayers to all my Texas family .Uncle Rex you will be truly missed .

Teri Langford posted on 6/28/22

I am so sad to hear about Brad. He was a wonderful man and good friend.

Nilda posted on 6/28/22

May he rest in RIP. Am so sorry for your loss.

Bill and Leah Sessum posted on 6/28/22

We are deeply saddened for the Perry family. We know Brad’s passing is a devastating loss for all who knew him. May you feel God’s comfort through the coming days. Our prayers are with you.

ELLA M WATSON posted on 6/27/22

I love you, Willie B! I'll miss you forever until we meet again.

ELLA M WATSON posted on 6/27/22

I love you, Willie B! I'll miss you forever until we meet again.

Frances Lumby posted on 6/25/22

I don't have a memories of Ms. Sharp, but I know she was a beautiful person because her daughter shines with love and compassion that she had to of learned from her example. Pastor Terri, I love you and I am lifting you and your family in praise for God allowing us to have witnessed your mom's love through you and prayers for the hard days when you miss her presence. Be blessed and victorious fabulous lady.

Sandy Gaber-Coffey posted on 6/25/22

Prayers for the family. My heart goes out to the family and friends. This is not the news you want to hear of your child passing before the parent. Hugs to you all.

Jennifer Bass posted on 6/24/22

It hit me today my friend. No more frantic calls where you would calm me down or make me laugh. No more lunch or dinners where we would stay longer than we should have. No more bridal or baby showers, birthdays or get togethers where we have both families together. God knows I wasn’t finished being your friend, but what is finished is your pain. It’s Gods turn to have you now and I know you will always be my Angel in Heaven! Rest In Peace my sweet friend, you will always have a piece of my heart ❤️!

James Norwood posted on 6/24/22

We haven’t spoken in a while but I always knew no matter what you would hold it down for me. Watch over us up there homie. Much love on this side. <3

Betty (Garner) Duncan posted on 6/24/22

I grew up with Debbie in Proctor. She had a wonderful personality and a kind heart. She was a very special person and always there if anyone needed help. She will be missed dearly by all that knew her.

Franchele Pennington posted on 6/23/22

I’m so sorry to hear about Ty. Praying for you and the family

Terri Gutierrez posted on 6/23/22

Rest In Peace TyPrayers for all the family…..

Melissa Picha posted on 6/23/22

I clicked with Debbie the moment I met her at the first retreat she attended at The Compass Centre - probably the little bit of wickedness in us both! Debbie loved all of her family and Ian was such an unexpected joy when he came into their lives. Wayne ... what can I say, she adored you and your easy going laid back personality. Kourtney and Baker ... she was so very proud of the two of you and the wonderful adults you have become. Debbie and her retreat "moo-moos will be missed." Some of us called her the "Flashing Missionary". (quite a story behind that one!)

Lolita DeMello posted on 6/23/22

Sending prayers and condolences to Wayne and the entire Family. Sincerely, Lolita DeMello & Family Shreveport,La.

Christie McNeill posted on 6/23/22

I met Debbie in 1985 when her daughter Courtney started taking dancing. We hit it off and became very very close friends. She was the most fun person I have been around in a long time. she was so caring and adored her two children. This world will truly miss her she touched a lot of peoples lives. I feel very blessed that I got to know her and she was one of my dear friends . I gave her a plaque for mother of the year at one of my read titles. if anybody’s deserved it it was her. We would sit for hours and talk and laugh and laugh and laugh. we love you Debbie and we will miss you!

Rhonda Mayo Harris posted on 6/23/22

So sorry for your loss. Ty”s smile always brightened any situation. Such wonderful memories of him playing sports. I know Coach Mayo welcomed him with open arms in heaven. Remember always in your heart!

Candace Day posted on 6/23/22

There’s to many great memories to pick one. I will cherish every memory and moment I had with my dad. He always shared his interests with his family either it be trips to Disney or just playing chess. He was such an intelligent and honest man. He taught me so much and even though he probably didn’t think I was listening I always was. He will be extremely missed.

Sharon Elizabeth Adkisson posted on 6/23/22

I am saddened to hear of your passing. My condolences to your family. Prayers.

Cheryl Neal posted on 6/22/22

Debbie will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.

Karen Stephens posted on 6/22/22

I am so sorry for your loss. Every time I saw Jody she always had a smile. Y'all are in my thoughts & prayers.

Cynthia wagemann posted on 6/22/22

Miss you bubba.

Linda York posted on 6/22/22

Worked for Dr Moore and not only was he a boss he was a friend. The world lost generous and wonderful man

Glen & April posted on 6/22/22

Prayers for peace & comfort for all. We love y’all!!

Judy Mcanally posted on 6/22/22

I meet Mike when he married my sister Melinda. He was always very nice and very smart. He introduced me to my husband Dewey. When my grandson Kane was in chess, Mike advised us about chess tournaments. He will be missed.

Leah Wicker Thomas posted on 6/22/22

I love all the Healy family so much. I'm so sorry for all your hurt and pain. I will be praying for you all in the time to come and all the firsts ahead.

Cindy Holguin posted on 6/22/22

My heart is with you and your family.

Justin brown posted on 6/22/22

We will miss you good friend

Andrea Malick posted on 6/22/22

RIP Ty You always made me laughed when we were there visiting you will be missed. I hope you get to kick with my grandson Michael ( y’all will have a blast) ❤️❤️❤️❤️ It isn’t goodbye it’s cya later

Karen Taylor posted on 6/22/22

Our hearts, thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time. May God’s grace and your precious memories help you find some peace. Much love,Karen & Bill Taylor

Randi Clifton posted on 6/22/22

My deepest sympathies and condolences to you and your family. I cannot imagine the pain you all are going thru. We are all still in disbelief Prayers to you and your entire family in this difficult time.

Kacie Green posted on 6/22/22

I’m so very sorry for the loss of such a young man. My heart breaks for the family and all of his loved ones.

Kyle Gregor posted on 6/22/22

Ralph was a great man. I always looked forward to family and friend gatherings when Ralph attended. He had a solid handshake, wisdom for those who asked and a great guy to shoot the breeze with. You will be missed, but never forgotten bud.

LaRanda Clayton (& David & Darci) posted on 6/22/22

My heart is with our Texas family. I am sad that we will not be there in person for you all in the coming days. Please know you continue to be in our prayers. I'm grateful for the memories spent in Azle around the dinner table with Aunt Jody just listening to her talk & laugh. What a blessing to be a part of her life! Until we meet again over the Jordan, I will miss you~

Danielle M Peraino posted on 6/22/22

Im so sorry Kevin for your loss I’m just now seeing this thoughts and prayers if you need anything let me know prayers

Byron Harris posted on 6/21/22

One of my fondest memories of Papa was when we were driving one night. He told me to hold my hand out of the window and slowly raise my hand up until the wind blew it back. Exhilarating, it was one of the many things he taught us, and one of the many that will last forever.

Crystal wyatt posted on 6/21/22

Uncle Mike was always a hoot! Love you to my aunt and sweet cousins.

Kristina Costa Culver posted on 6/21/22

Candace and I are best friends that grew up together. I spent many days and nights at Candace's house and had the pleasure of having many conversations with Mr. Day. He was such an intellectual person with so many facts and stories. I always learned something new when I was over there. He even taught me tricks on playing chess. Of course I don't remember any of the moves. I am glad I got to know him and know he will be deeply missed by his family.

Janet moss posted on 6/21/22

Jodie was a good neighbor she will be missed rest in peace

Martha Wyandon-Henderson posted on 6/20/22

Wayne and Family: “Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. Love leaves a memory no one can steal.” – Irish headstone ~ Cherish your sweet memories. You have my deepest sympathy.

Janie Mooneyham posted on 6/20/22

Few people come into your life that you experience an instant rapport with. Debbie was that special person for me. There are no words to describe our sadness at her passing. She was so loved by so many and , needless to say, will be missed by all.

Cody Scoggins posted on 6/20/22

We love you dad.. We were not ready for this.. it wont be the same without you.. Adios

Linda Weeks posted on 6/20/22

My heart hurts but I know that Debbie is where God wants her to be. I met Debbie at a quilt retreat and immediately fell in love with her quick wit and friendly personality. She always wanted to know about my granddaughter (Camryn) and her funny little sayings. Before too long she was telling me about Ian and his funny little sayings. She actually gave one of the other quilters her Native Indian name (Chief Sewing Dot). When it was time for bed she always had to check in with Wayne and Ian and then go change her costume(her way of saying she was putting on her pjs). I truly loved her and miss her and know that I will get to see her again in heaven!

chris merrill posted on 6/19/22

my heart is sad, debbie, was a beautiful talented person. she was a good friend in our quilting group...will miss that friendly, helpful smile chris mirrell

Tonya Bielefeld posted on 6/18/22

I miss you my friend. I have so many memories of going Fishing after work with you and the guys. You were such a true gentleman and a honest man. I was so blessed to have met you. I pray for your sweet wife and beautiful daughters

Rita Birdwell Crew posted on 6/18/22

Thank you for your service. You are a hero!! My deepest sympathies to his family from another Buffalo

David Borg posted on 6/18/22

There's not a whole lot I can say .Everything in Genes obit tells it like he was.He was such a giving Man , I mean I will nevet meet another person as generous as he was .Ive tried to be good to other people , but Gene puts me in the shade. I've known him for over 40 years and bar none , not just because he was my Brother in Law, He was one of the best Friends I ever have had in my life and most anybody that you meet at his funeral Monday that really knew him will tell you the same .He was always there for me and many others. Gene, I'll Miss You Forever , Your One and Only (Besides Jerry and God Bless him too , Both of these Guys where jusst the Same RIP Jerry) Brother in Law, Davy

Steve and Stacy Beeson posted on 6/17/22

Steve and I are so sorry for the loss of your father. He was a great man and such a jokester. I know he will be missed by so many. Hugs and prayers to the family.

Donna Bruton posted on 6/17/22

Thinking of you today. Wishing I had another day to just sit and talk with you and bring you some morning coffee.

Christie Smith posted on 6/16/22

Don had been our neighbor in Keller for almost 2 yrs. He was a wonderful anbd generous man, who always had a smile on his face. He loved his wife, Polly, and all his children.He lived a life of "Reaped Blessings". We will miss his loving spirit!

Katie Lawrence posted on 6/16/22

Debbie took me under her wing when I met her in Jinju, South Korea. She is a true gem. I’m so sad to hear of her passing.

ELIZABETH METZ posted on 6/16/22

You will be so missed, I enjoyed working at the Sheriff's Dept. with you for almost 10 years. Fly high my friend thank you for your service through the years and thank you for the fun and laughs at work.

Marcia posted on 6/16/22

Dominic was a wonderful friend, he will be missed by so many.

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The Schrantz's posted on 6/15/22

Was a sweet man. I remember the bantar back and forth with Will. I would also stop and talk to him in the mornings on the way to work whenever he would be out working. You will be missed!

Darrel Cunningham posted on 6/15/22

Sorry to hear of Don’s passing, a childhood close friend from many years ago. I am glad we had the chance to have a phone conversation some months ago.

Hogye Hogle posted on 6/15/22

We will certainly miss our coffee drinking friend. He entertained us for many years.Deepest sympathy to Polly and family.We will always miss his humor!

Todd and Sue Gibson posted on 6/15/22

We met Wayne and Debbie in Japan as well. It was our first and only foreign work assignment and we were excited, nervous, a little sad at leaving children and grandchildren behind, but looking forward. Debbie immediately took us under her wing and became -along with Wayne- a wonderful friend, helper, teacher and shopper. “It’s an Adventure!” We had greattimes there and when we all came home we were so happy to live close by. Thank you Debbie and Wayne for everything. Debbie you are and will be missed. We will do our best to stand by your Wayne! Until we meet again dear friend. ❤️

Helen & Gregg Derevyanik posted on 6/15/22

Our sincerest condolences to the Huffman family. Our hearts go out to all of you, and we are thinking of you during this difficult time.

Joyce Hall Law. posted on 6/14/22

May your faith sustain you at this time. Cherish all the memories.

Patricia (Shelton) Wilson, Reno, NV posted on 6/13/22

Thinking and praying for you and the family, may beautiful memories comfort you during this difficult time.

Henry E. Raven posted on 6/13/22

I am praying for you & your family Wayne. May the Lord bless, comfort, strengthen, encourage, & bring healing to your hearts in His time. Blessings!!!

Lelia Prim Downing posted on 6/13/22

May the Lord be your comfort and strength during your time of sorrow God bless you and keep you

Gail Washington posted on 6/12/22

My sincerest condolences to you and your family

Eek posted on 6/12/22

We still miss you so much Grandad. Not a day goes by. Hope you’re flying higher than those airplanes could ever.

Akiko Ota posted on 6/11/22

Debbie appeared in my life when I was a young mother of two little girls. We met as neighbors when she started to live in Japan, and instantly became good friends. Being with Debbie and Wayne was always fun for my daughters and the love they poured on little girls was precious, giving me great comfort and encouragement . I wanted to see Debbie again taking my grown-up daughters, talk a lot and renew our old friendship. Debbie, you are special and will be forever. We will miss you.

Kevin Reyes posted on 6/11/22

Ralph was always my favorite since I first met him on one of his rental repairs. He was a definitely a non stop go getter type. I will miss you my friend.

Stephanie Boysen posted on 6/11/22

Jennifer, you were a beautiful soul with a radiant smile. You will be missed! Rest In Peace ✝️

Randy Stevens posted on 6/10/22

Going to the Texas Motor Speedway with Ralph and Sharon was always a hoot. When you add the boys from Iowa (FBI) it was an awesome time. As we get older all we can is enjoy our memories. RIP Ralphy we will miss you and you will always have a place in our hearts.

Mary and Carl Mittag posted on 6/10/22

Our hearts are filled with pain and sorrow for the family. We will lift all up in prayer during this heartbreaking time

Jennifer Teague Cummings posted on 6/10/22

I knew Jen in high school and into her adult years. Even back then she was absolutely awesome. The sort of girl who could make you laugh just by hearing her laugh. Her sense of humour was stellar. Sassy as she wanted to be, she would turn heads at the drop of a hat with her stunning beauty and amazing long auburn hair. Everybody envied that long auburn hair of hers!One of the best memories that always comes to mind is that of Jen and her cousin Sheri and I in Sheri’s living room and seeing Jen dance around with Sheri’s daughter, Jessica. Jen loved that little girl. She would dance and sing to her while Jessica would laugh and laugh. Pure happiness in that moment. It will always make me smile. After marriage, I sadly moved away and our friendship just got lost in time as so many of the best friendships do in life. But I’ll never forget her infectious laugh, her beautifully wild spirit and her deep and endless love for her family and friends. She is sorely missed and will never be forgotten.

Randy Richardson posted on 6/10/22

Ralph was always good for alot of fun .Went on many fishing trips up north with us .I was running the boat and helped him catch his biggest walleye he ever caught even after his equipment got tangled up .A fter it was all over we had a big laugh and a great story to tell

Kristin Helbing posted on 6/9/22

I have no word for what great loss this is. I loved Dylan. He was one of the few boys I loved and found to be a good influence over the years. I have not seen him since 2017 but I never fathomed that would be the last time. He always was so respectful, kind, and sweet...Just a sweet natured person. I can't imagine this world without such an amazing young man in it. My heart goes out to the family and I have and I will continue in prayers for you. Dylan was an absolutely amazing child. May our Lord Jesus hold him and keep him in everlastin love until we meet again. Many hugs for the family.

Jim &Angie Peiffer posted on 6/9/22

Thinking of you at this time.

Jim &Angie Peiffer posted on 6/9/22

Sorry to hear of your dads passing.Thinking of you.

Karen and Scott Steffler posted on 6/9/22

Gordon and Brenda are dear friends, mentors, and counselors to our family, for which we will forever be grateful. Gordon's influence on our church class is continuing to this day, and all of us have been inspired and encouraged, most of all to pray for one another. Gordon was a gift from God. We are thankful to have known him.

Charlisa Knight posted on 6/9/22

Jennifer was a bright light on this earth and will never be forgotten ♥️

Yondale Mears posted on 6/9/22

Nothing the heart gives away is gone. It is kept in the hearts of others in perpetuity.

Yondale Mears posted on 6/8/22

Debbie’s obituary is beautifully written and perfectly her. She was exuberant. She was a blessing. I met her when I arrived in Chinju, South Korea. She was the mama bear of the ladies’ group, to both Americans and Koreans! She was also a shameless back seat driver when I drove us around in my old car “Mabel”. I too look forward to seeing her again in heaven one day!

Jeff Lecceadone posted on 6/8/22

I have very fond memories of The Captain of which I always addressed - he shipped often at the FedEx Office I worked at in Hurst - he always brought me candy from all over the world & always fun to talk to - Aa Great Guy who will truly be missed by many

Shaunna Rooskie Erwin posted on 6/7/22

Hey buddy, it broke my heart to hear the news. I’m so sorry Renae… and to all the friends and family I’ve met over the years through and because of you. You were my first real friend here, you took me under your wing & made sure I was safe and had a person here and a place to go when things were the hardest in my life. I was always in awe of your art, the sheer talent and good nature you possessed, your knowledge and love of and passion for so many interesting and obscure things and your crazy style and weird sense of humor that became a part of my life and things I enjoy, because of your presence in my life. I’ll always treasure all the pictures and videos from our apartment and the years after, all those crazy fun times we had in our 20s together, working at Saltgrass together, taking you back to Ohio with me for a crazy ass weekend, and all the times in between and since. I regret that I haven’t seen you in so long and now I’ll never get the chance to have one of your huge, genuine hugs ever again. Rest well, old friend. I hope you’re skating like a pro, making bad ass art, and living free now. Miss you forever. <3

Dianna Riffle posted on 6/7/22

Debbie and I met in Japan and became fast friends. She had a passion for quilting that was catching and, before I knew it, she taught me to quilt. Just recently, I picked up a project we were doing together in Japan called Miniature Magic. It had tiny blocks to teach us how to be precise. In those moments of us selecting fabrics and sewing, we shared our lives. I enjoyed being with her, listening to her laugh, and attribute my love of quilting to Debbie. Outside of quilting, we traveled and shared holidays together. She made us laugh often with her quick quips. I especially loved her one-liners like “hold your pose”. I will always treasure our friendship and look forward to seeing her again someday. Love you friend!

Jenny Padilla posted on 6/7/22

I did not have the pleasure of meeting this amazing woman, I read about, but would have loved to know her personally. Instead I do have the pleasure of meeting her son “Baker” who was raised by such a beautiful soul, and obviously show the values and morals bestowed in him. My thoughts and prayers are with my friend and his family through their loss. May the good Lord provide you with his presence and comfort. God bless you all ♥️

Stephanie Grzybowski posted on 6/7/22

Thinking of Wayne, Courtney, Baker, Brandon, and all those that loved Debbie. Debbie was a beautiful soul and blessed so many of us during her life. Our paths crossed when I was a young mother of a one year older living in a foreign country. Debbie became my second mom and my daughter called her Grammy. She and I were together nearly daily during this very special time in our lives. She was quick to calm my overly anxious tendencies raising my daughter. She taught me the ropes of living in Korea. She loved to sew my daughter many precious outfits.Eventually we ended up in the Fort Worth area and Debbie and Wayne followed. I had a second daughter and the two of them bestowed their love on both of our children. Debbie would come over Christmas morning before the kids woke up just to capture their expressions.Debbie was a gift to our family and our life in Korea and Fort Worth would not have been the same without her in it. We will miss Debbie (Grammy). We send our love.

Grace Apodaca McIntyre posted on 6/6/22

So sorry to hear of the passing of Reggie, I hope and pray that you are doing ok, God Bless you.

Mike Boxberger posted on 6/6/22

Praying for the family. Scottie was a great guy, fun to work with and shoot the stuff with. World's gonna be a darker place without him in it.

Marjorie McAloon posted on 6/5/22

Scottie made the best cheesecake and his banana cake was like no other. So sorry for you loss, Summer.

Norma and David Scovell posted on 6/5/22

Aunt Maggie’s Love for the Lord Jesus was radiant!

Ramona Valadez posted on 6/5/22

Our deepest condolences to the families. ! Tina Mage I love you. May you RIP

June Brown posted on 6/4/22

So sorry for your lost.she was amazing woman

Omid & Jasmine posted on 6/4/22

Scottie, You will be always in our hearts. Your neighbor, Omid and Jasmine

Betty Williams posted on 6/4/22

My thoughts and prayers are with Summer and the family of Scottie. Scottie was my neighbor who was so helpful with fixing things around my house. He would cook meals and bring them over. The kids and I have great memories of the camping trips with Scottie and Summer.

jeannie walston posted on 6/3/22

RIP

Charlie Diaz posted on 6/3/22

Our deepest condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Today and always, may loving memories bring you peace, comfort, and strength. Charlie and Letty Díaz and Family

Cindy Jones-Hopkins posted on 6/3/22

Well I spelled Aunt MoDine wrong and I know better!

Karin England posted on 6/3/22

Sheila Renae.My prayers are with you.

Cindy Jones-Hopkins posted on 6/3/22

I loved Aunt MoDean and Uncle Richard so very much. Aunt Dean stepped in and became a momma to me and Uncle Richard stood by my Daddy's side when it mattered so very much. Uncle Richard was always an extremely loving and caring man. He taught his sons well. My cousins have all been wonderful men. Even though as boys they thought I was pest! And, they were right! But, I loved them anyway! I'm so sorry I can't be there today. But, I'm there in my memories. I love y'all.

Patsy Diaz-Warden posted on 6/3/22

My deepest Condolences to the Family. My thoughts and Prayers are with all of you.My beautiful Tia Mage,your smile, laughter ,loving and caring ways will always be remembered. Thank you for the wonderful memories. May you Rest In Peace.

NATASHA S JANG posted on 6/3/22

My prayers and thoughts are with your family

Glenn R Michaels posted on 6/3/22

Scottie will be sorely missed. I had the opportunity to work with him for a few years. He made work situations fun, and funny. If you were one of his "homies" he'd call you "homes" or "hoss". He was always there to lend a hand. Rest In Peace, brother.

Debbie Watson posted on 6/3/22

Scottie was one of the best man I’ve known! My heart aches with you! ❤️ Sending hugs!

Glenn R Michaels posted on 6/3/22

My sincerest condolences to the entire family.

Laura McFaddin posted on 6/3/22

My dear sweet aunt Mage,There aren’t enough words to express my appreciation for everything that you have done for me through out my life. I will miss our conversations and your beautiful personality . Heron is so happy to have you again and your sisters and brothers as well. Tell my mom I miss her so much, I will miss you too. I love you ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Gayle durham posted on 6/3/22

RIH my beautiful friend. Keep flying high with the angels.

The Sundheim’s posted on 6/3/22

Sending prayers and love to our friend Ryan and his family.

Pablo & Marisa Valadez y familia posted on 6/2/22

To my Tia Mage, whom ALWAYS had a BEAUTIFUL smile that lit up any room as she entered. We can only imagine how that smile is smiling down on us as she was reunited with Tio Heron , and all her loved ones, in the presence of our Heavenly Father. Our condolences to all of her family, ( my primos) , May God give them the comfort and peace they need to get thru this difficult time. We pray that ALL THE WONDERFUL MEMORIES that she left, will give you’ll the strength to continue on with the legacy of happiness and strength that I will always remember about my Tia Mage. We love you’ll!!

Pablo & Marisa Valadez y familia posted on 6/2/22

Mage Juarez

Rose carr posted on 6/2/22

I am so sorry for your loss I know there r no words to take the pain away. my prayers r with you. God bless and keep you.

Bethy posted on 6/2/22

Scottie loved you so much! He made others feel comfortable. May all your best memories of him comfort you at this time. Love you sis

Lyssa Relaford posted on 6/2/22

I will forever miss you my friend!!

Kim Dunsworth posted on 6/2/22

Scottie was truly a man who, "Didn't have a bad bone in hi body." I never remember his saying anything bad about anyone and he helped out anyone in need. He's a great man and a great person in general.He'll be missed by everyone who knew him .

Randy Stieben posted on 6/2/22

Praying for the family.

Randy Stieben posted on 6/2/22

Praying for Scott’s family!!Scott was like a brother to me when we were growing up. He was like a Uncle to my kids.Remembering the good times growing up.

Lucy Guest posted on 6/2/22

Rip little brother. I love you and I will see you again.

Chale and Becky Vasquez posted on 6/1/22

My most beautiful Tia thank you for the wonderful memories. RIP

Gene Perry posted on 5/29/22

Hit it straight Chuck. I enjoyed our many rounds.

Randy Stafford posted on 5/28/22

I always loved the deep bass voice of Big John Hall. The best rendition I ever heard of "It's My Desire" was the one John performed on a REVIVALTIME broadcast I guess back in the late '70s or early '80s. I was working in Christian radio at the time and made a cassette copy of that song from the broadcast tape. I still have that after all these years, and it still thrills me to hear it. What made it so special . . . it was just John singing to the accompaniment of a Hammond B3 organ. Don't know who the organist was --- someone on the REVIVALTIME team obviously --- but I will always treasure that song. No one in my opinion has ever done it better. I will request it when I get to Heaven!!

Beth Ann Williamson posted on 5/28/22

George would like you to know how very sorry he is for the loss. We are praying for peace for all of you.

Charlie McDade posted on 5/27/22

So So Sorry Kathy was a very good person and friend prayers for the family She will be missed by many

Christy Pearson posted on 5/27/22

RIP Kathy...you will be remembered in our hearts...

Joaquina Flores posted on 5/26/22

Mi más sentido pésame para toda la familia y que descanse en Paz, y brille para ella la luz perpetua!

Barbara McEntire Tuggle posted on 5/26/22

I will always remember our breakfast mornings at the table. I loved making you and Grandpa smile

Kala Robl posted on 5/25/22

It’s hard to believe you’re gone Grandma. I will love you and miss you always.❤️❤️❤️

Les and Carol Smith posted on 5/25/22

A beautiful lady a sweet spirit and lovey person /

Brandie Smith posted on 5/25/22

Love her smile and laughter

Laura Miller posted on 5/25/22

Sheila was one of the kindest, nicest, beautiful women I have ever met. My brother, Mike Miller, had great taste when choosing Sheila as his date for the Senior prom. Maybe Mike will be able to ask her for another dance in heaven. I am so sorry for the loss that her friends and family are going through.

Tom Bennett posted on 5/25/22

I went to East Central High in Tulsa, OK and had several classes with Sheila. She was an amazing young lady who passed way too young. Thoughts and prayers to her friends and family.

Chris Sanford posted on 5/24/22

"Requiescat In Pace", Nelson Contreras. I will pray for your Holy Repose.

Donald tuggle posted on 5/24/22

Grandma you were always there for me. You believed in me when other people didn't . I love you and miss you already. Praying for you.

Jennifer Hodgens posted on 5/24/22

Gary was a staple in my life for almost 40 years. He was a father figure and friend. I have so many great memories including him taking me to my first Texas Rangers game and letting Shadi and I get our own ice cream in a mini helmet.❤️He was a special man and Gare-Bear has left an imprint on my life that I am so grateful for. We love you! Your smile, hugs and conversations will missed horribly. Rest In Peace until I see you again and get that hug.

Tammy Davis posted on 5/23/22

Sue was unfailingly kind to our family since we joined the church she called home. We will miss her sweet smile and hands raised in praise during worship!

Tammy Davis posted on 5/23/22

Sue was unfailingly sweet and kind to us since we joined the church she called home. We will miss her easy smile and hands raised in praise during worship!

Joe Lanza posted on 5/21/22

My condolences to the family. I first met Reg at the 457th Fighter Squadron when I was a young Lieutenant. Over the years, he always made time to stop and chat when we ran into each other at DFW. Godspeed, my friend.

mike mulcahy posted on 5/19/22

Reg, I’m glad that we got to reminisce just the other day at the DFW USO. We remembered the times we sat in the bleachers at Grapevine High School basketball games and our connection at American Airlines. Nothing but blue skies and tailwinds for you now. RIP Captain.

Katie Godwin posted on 5/18/22

Gene Coe was a very nice man. I had the privilege of knowing him and getting to see his personality come alive. I will miss you Gene. Rest in peace.

Lisa Casillas posted on 5/17/22

Max and buckey

Lisa Casillas posted on 5/17/22

God bless you Reg and your family. You will be missed this Christmas! Love from the Casillas family. Say hi to max and buckey for the kids. ❤️

Ruth Cooper posted on 5/16/22

What a full life of service to other and love for his family. Gene touched so many lives. He will be greatly missed.

Linda Smart Merrill posted on 5/15/22

Mark and Cathy, sending hugs and prayers to your families. I am so sorry for your loss. I remember when Courtland swam on the YMCA Swim Team when he was six. Our boys had so much fun! Courtland was precious, fun and the life of the party.

Jennifer Huxel posted on 5/15/22

Continued prayers

Manny amenta posted on 5/15/22

I’m so sorry to hear this news , I have many memories of him , Tom my thoughts and prayers are with the entire family .

Manny amenta posted on 5/15/22

I’m so sorry to hear this news, Tom I have memories of meeting him ,a good guy . Thoughts and prayers

Janie Johnson posted on 5/14/22

Wow! What a Beautiful life Well-Lived! I', So Glad I got to meet him by way of computer pictures and cards. I Love his family So Much! I know he is 'In the Arms of Jesus" ! Praise the Lord for a life that was a Beautiful Reflection of our Lord and Saviour!

Betsy Windisch posted on 5/11/22

Warmest thoughts and memories of Joey. Dear Donna and Family my love and prayers are with you. Glad he could have these last years closer to all of you. Blessings --- Betsy

Paula lindsay posted on 5/10/22

Paulalgraves@gmail.com

Ken and Mary posted on 5/10/22

My best friend growing up. I will miss you and your humor. You taught me so much as we grew up together. Joey and his family were always “there” for my wife and me, and we will always be “there” for them as well.

Kim Apel posted on 5/9/22

RIP Joey Gallup remembers you and your family

Pat Hittle posted on 5/9/22

Donna, my heartfelt condolences to you and all your family.God bless you all.

Jordyn Runge posted on 5/8/22

It was an honor to help take care of Mr.Coe at legacy oaks of azle. He was always a free spirited man and loves to tend to our flowers in the courtyard!! You will be missed ❤️

Teresa Cano posted on 5/5/22

Sending my deepest sympathy and prayers to you all during this difficult time. Hold those cherished memories in your heart and share the stories that bring you happiness.

Micah Sloan posted on 5/5/22

Hi im Micah, Bob and Patti Sloans son. I always go to my parents sunday school when im in town and I remember Paul very well. I am so sorry for the loss . My heart goes out to Paul and his wife and family. Thanks

Tracy Rosenau posted on 5/5/22

RIP Leon. Thank you for always being kind to me.

Randy and Missy Velasquez posted on 5/5/22

Dear Sandra and family, You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

Peter Aragon Jr (505-545-7291) posted on 5/5/22

My thoughts and prayers our with you Auntie Sandra and family. God bless you.

Greg Scheuerman posted on 5/4/22

He was my neighbor many years ago. We had alot of good times when we were kids. Our families were very close for many years.. he was a great guy. And the world will never be the same...

M.Celeste Carabajal posted on 5/4/22

My condolences to my Auntie Sandra and all my cousins during this time. May God bless you all, Love Celeste

Dee Anderson posted on 5/4/22

Jill & family, we were so sorry to hear that Paul had passed. He was a great man who always had a big old hug for everyone he met! There is no doubt in my mind that he is in the golden gates of heaven right beside the Lord watching down on everyone. Find peace in knowing you will see him again one day. We love you all so very much. Dee & Jeff Anderson & Hurene Morrow

Donn and Dortha German posted on 5/4/22

Judy, we are very sorry for the loss of your beloved husband. We hope that your memories and loved ones offer you some comfort during this difficult time. From another BHS trombone player and friend, Donn

Alice Boler posted on 5/4/22

Dearest Judy and family: Sending condolences, prayers for comfort, and a special hug to you, my friend. May the Lord bring you peace as you cherish your memories.

Don and Polly Huffman posted on 5/4/22

Our personal lose and the Adult 7 class Ash Creek Baptist Church lose. He was such a kind person, friend and always had a postive outlook on life. Heaven has received a great Christian man. Our prays to Judy and the Murphree faimly.

Max Smith posted on 5/4/22

Paul will be missed by our whole family. He has been a true friend to us. We will continue to pray for Judy,Tara,Jill,David,Faye,Brent,Vickie and the whole Murphree Family. Heaven's gain has left a huge place to fill in our church.

Tonya Weiss posted on 5/3/22

Jill-We are so heart broken ya'll are mourning your daddy. I am praying for all of you!! He is in Heaven now and watching over you!!! He is singing with the angels!!!

Kathryn Gray posted on 5/3/22

So sorry, Judy

Joan Lay posted on 5/2/22

We loved Leon's corny jokes and agree he was the best dobro player we've been privileged to hear. Loved when he would come to Pearl to jam with all the talented players there. He will be missed.

Darrell Morris posted on 5/2/22

Leon, A friend to everyone, a respectful and gentle man, a wonderful musician, most of all because he had the Holy Spirit to guide him through this life. Yes! Leon is now experiencing The Joy of Heaven !See ya later Brother.

Ken & Sherry Slate posted on 5/2/22

Leon Joplin. So many of us know that where there was music, there was always Leon Joplin. A kind and encouraging man. He will surely be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family for it is a great loss. He would always request that Heritage Harmony sing “The Joy of Heaven” for him. We always did and we know now he is experiencing that JOY firsthand.

Dan Fitz posted on 5/2/22

The Ditchhawk sez 'Aaww....'I always will know where to talk to you every Nov 22. Hug so many for us all. Love ya brother )

K-Mart Reeves posted on 5/1/22

Bobby's passing is devastating. I am heartbroken. He was such a giant in Dallas entertainment. His accumulated works in the local art scene is remarkable. His TV show is a comedy masterpiece. He was a genius and he will be missed. HIca Yama Daily, my friend!

Hayley Clark posted on 4/30/22

Renee always shared her amazing secret recipes with me, and giggled when I messed them up

Stacy Gundrum posted on 4/30/22

God bless Sigi. It’s been so many years, and I don’t know if her children will see this condolence, but my mother, Dolly Gundrum, and I lived next door to the Brown family when they lived in Lebanon, PA. My mom, who passed away in 2010, adored Sigi, and the two of them used to have some good laughs. I thought Sigi was so beautiful, and the times she came to our house was always a delight. I don’t know why, but I thought of Sigi today and decided to search online to see if I could find out what happened to her. As soon as I saw her photo, I knew it was her, although the long black hair she once had was no more. I’m sorry to see she passed away, but like my mother, it looks like she had a wonderful life. I’m glad my mother and I had the pleasure of knowing her.

Mona Parker posted on 4/30/22

I'm so sorry to hear of Leon's passing. Prayers for peace and comfort in your time of sorrow.

Evlyn Ann Gollehon (Holley) posted on 4/30/22

We are all thinking of you and your families. Our prayers are with you.

Robin Beshear posted on 4/30/22

You are the light in our hearts and I promise your light will never go out in mine. I will truly miss you! - Robin

Patrick Logan posted on 4/29/22

I will forever love and miss you momma. You were the most amazing and strong woman I ever knew. Thank you for your life and for making me better because of it.

Jaqui Murphy & D.R. Allen posted on 4/29/22

She was such a sweet lady and a bright light in so many lives. While she is without pain and is currently rejoicing with the Lord, I understand how difficult this time is for family and friends. We will continue to pray for the family.

Compas and cousins Stan & Velia Luna posted on 4/28/22

Dear Comadre Sandra, Denise, Christina, Roger & Randy: Our condolences to all of you. There are many fond memories of Roger from me and Velia. One memory that I will never forget was the time that I spent time in Bernalillo with Roger when we were very young. We went horseback riding to the foothills of the Sandia Mountains. When we got there, we were enjoying the views, etc. Roger suddenly began shouting that we were surrounded by Indians. We proceeded to hightail it back to Bernalillo. We always got a kick out of this. Of course, it was all in the fun of it. Needless to say, our cousin and Compa Roger will be greatly missed. Our hearts and prayers go out to you all.

carolyn vance posted on 4/28/22

To the Cranford Family..So sorry for the loss of your beloved mother, She was always plesant to visit with. Always a smile upon her face. Sending prayers to you. May GOD comfort you in these trying times. sending our love..

Anthony J Luna posted on 4/27/22

Dear Sandra, Roger, Denise (Carol), and Christina: My heart goes out to all of you. I always was fond of Roger. I will never forget the times we grew up together, you all have a special place in my heart. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

Renegade and Angela posted on 4/27/22

She will be forever in our hearts!!

Renegade and Angela posted on 4/27/22

You will be forever in your hearts!!!

Renegade and Angela posted on 4/27/22

You will be forever in our hearts!!!

Pam Jones posted on 4/27/22

She will be missed very much. I'm glad I got to get close to her, in the last few years. She was so funny..

david and karen posted on 4/27/22

I remember Bobby coming into Keener's barefoot and bellbottoms picking up parts for the garage. All kinds of pictures and Roads end stories

Pam & Don Hoopert posted on 4/27/22

We remember many fun social family visits with Donna and Charles. Donna will be sorely missed by many.

Marco Kathuria posted on 4/27/22

Bobby had been part of my life for nearly 30 years. He was both a good friend, but also a wonderful artist to collaborate with. Bobby's talent ranged so far and wide, it's hard to believe that one person could product as much art as he was able to in the 64+ years of his life. He was an inspiration and mentor to me with my own work, but also a dear and beloved friend with whom I'd spend hours on the phone with chatting about this and that. Bobby was once of the funniest people I ever met. His drole and laconic humor was such that if you weren't paying attention, some of his classic one-liners or funny quips would be missed.I'm sure other friends feel as I do: Bobby was so much more than a very good friend. He was the older brother you sometimes wished you had always had, who, after boxing you around the ears as kid, would immediately turn around and give you a huge bear hug with those huge hands and arms of his.I will miss you, brother.

Elsie Majalca posted on 4/26/22

To Sandra, Denise, Christina, Roger, & Randy, my condolences to all of you. You’re in my thoughts and prayers. Please know that I may not be with you during this trying time, but you’re in heart ❤️. Know that I love ❤️ you all. God Be With All of You. Many Blessings to all. God Bless you always.

Chinista McGee-Mooney posted on 4/26/22

You are in our thoughts and prayers. Our condolences to the family. Love Tim & Chinista Mooney

Zip posted on 4/26/22

i was fortunate enough to be a part of the Bobby Jack Pack Show Comedy Show from 1998-2006. Roughly 400 laugh filled, Thursday nights. When my head hit the pillow, I knew that I had just spent the evening as a part of the coolest, funniest activity taking place in the entire city of Dallas. Lucky me. I learned so much and made great friends that I stil see to this day.Thank you, Bobby, for being Bobby! Rest in peace brother!

Deborah Carlton/DC posted on 4/26/22

There are so many great memories of our times working together in Deep Ellum at Club DaDa and the many laughs we shared. And to such an extraordinary person that I was thankful to know & call my buddy all these years! Love to our beloved BJPJ!!!

LISA ARNESEN posted on 4/26/22

Prayers for Peace and healing during this time. Seems like he had a good life and did what made him happy, so he lived.

Alvarez posted on 4/25/22

Siento mucho el fallecimiento de su ser querido. Es un dolor muy profundo que deja un vacío en nuestras vidas y corazón. Dios mediante su palabra la Biblia nos da consuelo y esperanza de poder reunirnos con ellos aquí en la tierra cuando vuelva a ser un paraíso como en el principio de la creación con Adán y Eva antes de pecar. Como lo sabemos? En el libro de Salmos 37:29 Dios promete y nos asegura: Los justos heredarán la tierra y vivirán en ella para siempre. Como pudieron leer es aquí en la tierra adonde resucitará la gran mayoría de los millones de personas que han muerto junto a sus familias y amistades para vivir para siempre aquí en la tierra. Que esperanza tan maravillosa! Como sabemos que nuestros seres queridos resucitarán aquí en la tierra? Dios nos dice y nos hace esta promesa que se encuentra en Juan 5:28, 29 (a): No se asombren de esto, porque viene la hora en que todos los que están en las tumbas oirán su voz y saldrán. Cuanta emoción! Podremos reunirnos con nuestros seres queridos igual que Jesús hizo con Lazaro! Que dice la palabra de Dios la Biblia que debemos hacer para estar allí y recibirlos? Por favor escríbanme a mi correo electrónico o visitando a JW.org y pidiendo un estudio gratuito de la biblia. Con mucho gusto lo ayudaremos. Deseo de todo corazón que estas palabras les traiga consuelo y esperanza de las maravillosas promesas que Jehová Dios y su hijo Jesús tienen para nosotros en un futuro muy cercano.

Cathi posted on 4/24/22

I'm so sad to find out.

Lettie Thompson posted on 4/19/22

I know words can't take away the hurt you're feeling,but I want you to know how much I care.Sending you love and strength in the time of loss. Look forever to God.

Alvarez posted on 4/19/22

Siento mucho el fallecimiento de su ser querido. Es un dolor muy profundo que deja un vacío en nuestras vidas y corazón. Dios mediante su palabra la Biblia nos da consuelo y esperanza de poder reunirnos con ellos aquí en la tierra cuando vuelva a ser un paraíso como en el principio de la creación con Adán y Eva antes de pecar. Como lo sabemos? En el libro de Salmos 37:29 Dios promete y nos asegura: Los justos heredarán la tierra y vivirán en ella para siempre. Como pudieron leer es aquí en la tierra adonde resucitará la gran mayoría de los millones de personas que han muerto junto a sus familias y amistades para vivir para siempre aquí en la tierra. Que esperanza tan maravillosa! Como sabemos que nuestros seres queridos resucitarán aquí en la tierra? Dios nos dice y nos hace esta promesa que se encuentra en Juan 5:28, 29 (a): No se asombren de esto, porque viene la hora en que todos los que están en las tumbas oirán su voz y saldrán. Cuanta emoción! Podremos reunirnos con nuestros seres queridos igual que Jesús hizo con Lazaro! Que dice la palabra de Dios la Biblia que debemos hacer para estar allí y recibirlos? Por favor escríbanme a mi correo electrónico o visitando a JW.org y pidiendo un estudio gratuito de la biblia. Con mucho gusto lo ayudaremos. Deseo de todo corazón que estas palabras les traiga consuelo y esperanza de las maravillosas promesas que Jehová Dios y su hijo Jesús tienen para nosotros en un futuro muy cercano.

Dee and Jim White posted on 4/18/22

We are going to miss our Uncle George so much. I will miss his calls....If I was not home I save his messages on my machine to listen to over and over. Thinking of Honey and all you kids and sending much Love, Comforting Hugs and Prayers. RIP Uncle Georgie Love you

Rebecca Gibson-Laemel posted on 4/16/22

Uncle George will be missed by all his nieces and nephews across the country. He is the last of his generation that was loved so very much. George lived with Mom and I for a few years during the war, so he was like a "big brother" to me....so much fun and so many great memories with him and all his friends.... always a smile and a laugh.....just as my brother mentions in an earlier post. I send my deepest sympathy to all my TX cousins and to Aunt Grace.

Rich Gibson posted on 4/15/22

Uncle George, my last uncle or aunt to move upstairs to the party! And as we all know he will be the life of the party! There will be a few foursomes waiting for him to tee it up including my father. George was always ready for a game on the course or a party off the course and we were always ready for a good story or two. He was always known for his love of family, friends, and looked forward to friends he had not met. We will miss him forever…Rich, Carol Gibson and family

Charlie and Lina German posted on 4/15/22

The German Family of California sends our condolences. We are so grateful to have known Peewee/Honee and felt her love and support for so many years.

Charlie and Lina German posted on 4/15/22

The German Family in California sends our condolences and love. We are so grateful to have known and felt Peewee's/Honee's love and support for so many years.

Fabian Vega posted on 4/15/22

Our Prayers with you all.

Billy and Laura Campbell Jr. posted on 4/15/22

So sorry to hear about the passing of your father. We are prating for you and all of your family during this time. Know that you are loved.

Marty and Heather Flowers posted on 4/14/22

Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. Love y’all!

Keith Kelley VP62 CIV posted on 4/14/22

My condolences to the family! Kevin, you will be missed! Love you brother!

Norman posted on 4/13/22

Memaw we will miss you

Hao posted on 4/13/22

May God receive Kevin and he is in a better place now.

Randy LeBlanc posted on 4/13/22

My son is just a few years younger. This is so hard to imagine. My deepest condolences to you and your family.

Susan Swain posted on 4/13/22

So very sorry for your loss but excited for her freedom in glory!

Larry Applewhite posted on 4/13/22

My condolences to the family. I have had the honor and pleasure to have known the Holcomb Family for many years. We were neighbors in Lake Worth. I remember Mr. Holcomb taking us kids to the State Fair in Dallas as well to the Fort Worth Stock Show. I have many fond memories of him and the family over the last fifty plus years. Mr. Holcomb, may you Rest In Peace.

Kay Phillips Roy posted on 4/12/22

PeeWee and Susie are together again and laughing at each other in Heaven!

Zane Reinard posted on 4/12/22

Kevin was great guy and sailor, I pray he and his family find peace now and in the next life.

Jessica Remmer posted on 4/11/22

I remember how much she loved to cook. As a teenager I was over at the house alot... one afternoon she said... let's make some pasta for dinner. Then out came all the pasta gadgets and do dads.lol together we made spaghetti noodles, or linguine noodles and ravioli. That was so cool to me! I have never made homemade pasta since then. Oh this is just one of many memories we had. I love you and you will never be forgotten.

Kathi Marten posted on 4/11/22

Nancy, I was so sorry to hear about your husband's passing. I miss you, kiddo! Blessings and prayers - Kathi

Evettte Williams posted on 4/9/22

I knew you through your father which is my Mother Lamar Benson good friend from Texas Instruments of Mckinney, Texas well over 40 years. To your family from ours. Rest In Peace. A loving soul gone to soon!

Tom Butcher posted on 4/9/22

One of the best men I have ever met. John and Carole were family, we had so many good times together. RIP in peace my brother, go rest high upon that hill. Love to the family, keep the faith.

Kelly Curiel Ramirez posted on 4/8/22

May God bless you and your family. I am so sorry for your loss. If there is anything you need. We are here for you. We love you very much!

Audrey Baker posted on 4/8/22

Beautiful Service: Jeremy will be missed. Rest on Jeremy in JESUS arms

Edie & Faron Davis posted on 4/8/22

Beautiful service Michelle! Faron and I are so sorry for your loss! We will keep you and your families in our thoughts and prayers.

Tonya Alexander posted on 4/8/22

Jerry and Tammy,That was a beautiful service and tribute to Jeremy. God bless you both.

Felicia Nevels posted on 4/8/22

May you RIP Jeremy, My Condolences to you and the family Michelle

Judy Porter Hearnsberger posted on 4/8/22

So sorry for your loss.

Alvin Johnson posted on 4/8/22

My condolences to you and your family. Rest in peace my brother.

Sherry Inzer-Laminack posted on 4/8/22

Sorry for your loss. You’re in my prayers. I have fond memories of this family from school days.

Malfred Price posted on 4/7/22

My condolences to Mr. Jerry Alexander and family

Dr and Mrs Michael Bumagin (Myra) posted on 4/7/22

Everyone who had the honor and privilege of knowing this man can attest to what a fine and good Christian man he was. We are shocked to hear of his passing and will miss him. While it is such a loss to us all here on earth it is a day of celebration in Heaven for Bruce to be called home. His family will be in our thoughts and prayers.

Joe Warner posted on 4/7/22

My condolences to Jerry Alexander and his family

Evette Jones posted on 4/7/22

My condolences to Mr. Jerry Alexander and family

Pat Millar posted on 4/7/22

I will miss Lecia. She was a great person and we worked together for many years.

Brad Morris posted on 4/7/22

Jerry and Tammy, Penny and I are very saddened by your loss and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

Rich & Maureen Simmons posted on 4/7/22

What a beautiful tribute to Jeremy. Sending our deepest condolences to you all.

Kent Darr posted on 4/6/22

Lecia was an incredible woman! We met about 7 years ago and instantly became friends. She, Joe and Joey took me in as part of their family. I considered her my little sister and will always miss her sweet kind smiling face! Lecia had many health obstacles placed in her way but she always rose above and showed us how to live graciously. She taught me many lessons about what it means to live a Christian life simply byher example. The world is a much better place because of the life Lecia led so I wish her peace now to rest with her family members who have gone before her

Dave & Eileen Cufr posted on 4/6/22

What a beautiful service. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Bobbi Michelle posted on 4/5/22

My Precious Aunt Best loving Aunt ,what a blessing she has always been My mothers Only Sister Precious memories growing up I will treasure forever I will love you always and miss you untill , one day in heaven we meet again I love you so much

Kamil Karamzadeh posted on 4/5/22

Lecia was like a second mother to me. I have known and loved her ever since I can remember. She always told the best stories, and told them with such enthusiasm. She was so generous and always had so much love to give. She treated me as if I was her daughter and my kids as if they were her grand babies. We all loved and will miss her so much ❤️

Brittney Gutierrez posted on 4/5/22

Lecia was my god mother and no matter how much time had past she’d always tell us how big we’ve gotten and how happy she was to see us.

Tom Hunt posted on 4/5/22

Jerry and family, May the Lord bring you comfort at this time of grief.

Janelle Vaughn posted on 4/5/22

Lecia was the most generous person I know. I loved her like a sister! She will be missed by my entire family!

Don and Judy Riley posted on 4/5/22

Tammy and Jerry, We are very sad for your loss. I know you will miss Jetemy a lot. May the Lord lift you and the whole family up as we offer prayers to the Lord on your behalf. Love, Don and Judy

DON ADAMS posted on 4/5/22

Jerry and Tammy, our heartfelt condolences for your terrible loss. Our prayers are with you.

Sheryll McClenny posted on 4/5/22

My prayers are and will always be with the Alexander family. I have been friends with this wonderful family for well over 45 years. Jeremy will always have a special place in my heart. My love to them all during this very difficult time.

Rick and betty Messman posted on 4/5/22

Our hearts go out to the family

Audrey Baker posted on 4/5/22

Michelle, so sorry about the loss of your Wonderful Husband& my Friend: It’s nice to know that He’s flying high with our Heavenly Father. Prayers are Continuing for the Family, and other Love Ones….

Scott and Debra Davis posted on 4/5/22

We’re so very sorry for your loss. We will keep the family in our thoughts and prayers.

Elicia (Lisa) White posted on 4/5/22

God bless this family I am so sorry this happened. My prayers for Michelle and family. RIP young man.

Teresa MAGANA posted on 4/5/22

rest in peace

Teresa MAGANA posted on 4/5/22

rest in peace mr jeremy

Les and Wilma Jean Alexander posted on 4/5/22

May all those you left behind have peace that only God can provide!

Brenda Peters posted on 4/5/22

Prayers for God to wrap his arms around all of you and give you comfort and peace.

Mike posted on 4/5/22

May you rest in peace

Miechell Short posted on 4/5/22

The best Granny a girl could have. I will hold you in my heart until we meet again

Debbie Miller posted on 4/4/22

Margaret, I will miss our occasional lunches and phone visits. Enjoy the beauty of heaven.

karen p langdon posted on 4/4/22

Margaret Spears ,If there was a ladder in haven I would walk right up there and bring you home again, you are missed by everyone who knew u. I miss u now and always,

Bill Newby posted on 4/3/22

Sorry to read about Bruce. Our deepest sympathy. Bill Newby. Carolyn Newby. (Nancy's cousins)

Robert and Ramona Harris posted on 4/2/22

Will miss your smiling face at church.

Dyan Wood posted on 4/2/22

So sorry for your loss. Prayers for you and yours during this difficult time. I didn't know Bruce personally but wanted to lift family up.

Sharon Duffy posted on 3/31/22

Bennie & Kristen, I am so sorry for your loss. Praying for peace and strength now & in the days to come.

Susan Igram posted on 3/31/22

Bennie and Kristen I am so sorry to hear of Teri's passing. My heart is hurting for you. I will be praying for peace and comfort now and in the coming days. Love and hugs to you both.

Shela Miller posted on 3/30/22

My thoughts and prayers to all of you not only today but the coming months as well. Terri was an inspiration to all who knew her.❤️

Mary and Rex Heflin posted on 3/30/22

The world is different now, your lives are definitely different now. I can’t begin to imagine how you gain the strength to accept her loss. Terri was one of a kind. She was an amazing friend, she made an impact on our lives and we will treasure all our memories. Her spirit is alive in you Bennie and Kristen, and our hearts hurt with yours.

Kristy Steele posted on 3/30/22

Bennie & Kristen I am so Sorry for you Loss. We had Good times in School! Im Sorry we lost touch, I thought of Terri often. Sending you Big Hugs & Prayers❤️

Mary Ann Nold, Freeburg IL posted on 3/29/22

My sincere condolences to Richard's family. May God grant you all peace. I did not know Richard but reading his obituary I can feel how loved and respected he is. We share being a CPA, Seems that accountants and CPAs run in the family.

Sharon Hennessy posted on 3/29/22

Wish I had known her. I do know she has a beautiful, sweet and thoughtful daughter. Sending hugs and prayers to Terri’s family and friends.

Stephen Stovall posted on 3/28/22

Ben and Kristen, I know you both are heartbroken just as we are heartbroken for you. Please know that you are in our prayers and we are here for you if you need anything. We love you with all our hearts.

Karen Brown posted on 3/28/22

Thinking of the Drain and Gilliland families and sending love to all of you. She was a beautiful lady inside and out and she will me missed. She and Butch are together now - no telling the trouble they will get into! We are lucky to have such wonderful guardian angels.

Kevin Smith ( Son of Mary Drain Smith) posted on 3/28/22

From our family to yours, the deepest of loving thoughts and prayers for comfort for all the family during this time.

Joyce Drain Stovall posted on 3/28/22

Ben, and Kristen, my heart aches for you both. I Love Terri so much, I looked up to her always. She had such Grace always, and I know she had only one regret, having to leave you. Your lives were a Love Story, a great one. You ere her favorite two people in the world, she yours. I know her beautiful loving spirit will always be with you. I Love y’all and you’re in my prayers.

Heather Lockwood-Robinson posted on 3/26/22

I met Shaggy (Kevin) N high school n Kingsville Tx! He was one of the best guy friends a girl could ask for. We used to write notes back and forth. I still have them and am glad I do! Kevin u had a smile that could light up any room. In one of ur letters to me u said “I’m not going to homecoming” yet… we have a photo of u at homecoming with us! I love u Shag. I will miss u greatly! If u ever come across a man n Heaven named Pernell Lockwood that would b my daddy tell him I love him. Till we met again Kevin!

Rachel Brockman posted on 3/26/22

To be taken so young and so quickly. The only explanation to me is that God is calling his angels home. You will be truly missed by the lives you have touched. You have definitely left your mark down here, so go get um up there too. I love you Sarah

Roland, Diane and Bailey Hidy posted on 3/25/22

We will miss you, Clarence. Thank you for wonderful memories and making a difference in this world. You were a great cousin and friend.

Chriz posted on 3/25/22

My heart is saddened about the loss of my dear sister in Yah. She has run her race well and was faithful and persevered in everything she did. She was a true example of a Berean and as a Proverbs 31 woman.My prayers are with you, Ross! She is a treasure... may her memory be a blessing

Steve & Lynette Soden posted on 3/25/22

Sue, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Pat Adams posted on 3/25/22

I am happy that you are not suffering, but your presence here on Earth will be greatly missed. Rest peacefully in God's loving arms.

Jennifer Patlin posted on 3/24/22

I have several memories of Shaggy. We had several classes together in school. Lunch. After school hang outs. Our conversations. 3 way calls. I know we drove Miss Jeanette crazy with the phone calls and Jessica with the kid crazy music and dancing. When I first met him, it was an instant connection. Both military kids both fans of Scooby doo. I remember when the movie came out. We went across the street from school to the music store 'On Cue'. When cds were still a hit. On the counter were boxes and boxes of cookie crackers cakes 'Scooby Snacks'. I think we bought the stock and saw the movie 4 times. He hated having his picture taken then which is why the only picture I have is literally the back of his head. I have many more memories of him and I'm so thankful for the time we shared together in and out of high school. He was so proud when he got his car he drove to Granbury where I lived and showed it off. His baby. We were the lucky ones to have you in our lives Shaggy. You will be missed dearly.

Karla (Hester) and Gary Harris posted on 3/24/22

My heart is broken over the loss of Clarence, it seems like he was always a part of my life. My dad's co-worker and best friend and later, dispatcher for my husband. I always knew Gary was in good hands when Clarence was at the helm, he was the best dispatcher ever. I am, and always will be happy that he was such an influence in my life and will keep his memory tucked in my heart until I meet up with him again. I know my dad met up with him and they are having a great reunion, I smile at the thought. He was my rock whenI lost dad way too early. Know that we are thinking of you all and keep you in our prayers. Hugs to you all.

Dorthea J Martin posted on 3/24/22

We met Aloha over 28 years ago through Ministry on the North Side of Fort Worth and her and her family are amazing people.I pray for Comfort and Peace to the entire Family.

Janette Del Bosque posted on 3/24/22

My dad lost not only a coworker, but his best friend this week. I’m sure he will miss the many phone calls & their time together. I’m so grateful for Clarence and his wife for being there for my folks & for my family over the years. True friends are hard to let go, but we will be reunited again. Thanks Clarence and all our love to Sue. Go Bid Red!

Danny Nothnagel posted on 3/24/22

My deepest condolences to Clarence’s family. I had the privilege of working with him on the railroad in McCook. He was not only a great guy to work with, his ability to dispatch trains was one of the best! I loved working with him…it saddens my heart to hear of his death.

Frank A Marr posted on 3/24/22

Clarence Hidy was a coworker for 36 years andcamping/fishing buddy for an additional 16 years.He will be missed by many.

Robert Sutton posted on 3/24/22

May you rest in peace old friend. You will be soley missed.

Susan Zodin posted on 3/24/22

Uncle John was a wonderful person. He was quiet and humble, but had a deep caring for family and friends. He was a hard-working person who enjoyed learning new things and traveling. His kindness, helpfulness and support to me over the years is much appreciated. I love him and will miss him. May the Lord give the family good memories and comfort.

Ben hidy posted on 3/23/22

He was my cousin and friend. Had many good times together. He will be very much missed.

Melissa Carnes posted on 3/23/22

Mrs. Terry you will be truly missed! Rick and I are blessed to have met you and Jeff. Love y’all like family. Rick and Melissa Carnes

Melissa Carnes posted on 3/23/22

Mrs Terry you will be truly missed. Rick , myself and kids love y’all like family. We our blessed to have met you and Jeff. Till we meet again Rick and Melissa Carnes

Melissa Carnes posted on 3/23/22

Mrs. Terry Rick and I loved you dearly. We are blessed to have met you and Jeff. We love like family! You will be truly missed. Love you!Rick and Melissa Carnes

Pat Eells posted on 3/23/22

Loved working with him on the family time tree. Had many conversation and email correspondents with him. You will be missed

Pat Sides posted on 3/23/22

Clarence was my dispatcher for about 20 years and was one of the best men i have ever known R.I.P.

The Kubes Family posted on 3/23/22

We are sorry about your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Linda Roderick posted on 3/23/22

So sorry for your family’s loss. I worked with Aloha at Lockheed. She was one of the sweetest people and always so kind.

Darla Odom Smith posted on 3/23/22

There are no words are that will ease your pain or mend your heartache. II have very fond memories of Linda; all of our time at Wichita Street Baptist, junior high & high school. She always had a smile on her face and a laugh which was contagious. She never met a stranger and was loved by all who knew her. Please know there are many who care and share your loss. May you find peace and comfort through God’s love and the love and support from your family and friends. Rest In Peace my friend until we meet again!

Scott pipkin posted on 3/23/22

Spending many hours and many nights talking to sara at ihop:) Some of the most memorable times of my life. What a wonderful person she was. It’s been so long since we have talked,but I can never forget her. Happy birthday Sara!! Miss you so much.

Megan & Andrew Skewes posted on 3/23/22

Grandpa was a great man and lived an amazing life. May there be comfort in knowing that someone so special will never be forgotten and will remain in our hearts forever.

Beverly Murray posted on 3/22/22

Aloha was a school friend of mine at Carter-Riverside High School in Fort Worth. She was a good friend - full of laughter and fun. If I remember correctly she drove a really cool Oldsmobile in high school. I will remember her friendly nature and smile. I notice that her daughter lives in Saginaw - as do I. RIP sweet friend.

Vito Jimenez posted on 3/22/22

We shared many years of Birthday celebrations.

Barbara White posted on 3/22/22

Condolences to his family and friends. He was a classmate, and even though we were not close friends, so sorry for this loss to his family.

Sharon Kummerow posted on 3/19/22

Our hearts are broken for Sarah's family. She is a great loss at such a young age. We understand your pain. Jack and Sharon Kummerow, Lottie's

George Lovas & Barbara Walters posted on 3/18/22

A lady with a beautiful smile! Our prayers to your family.

Aunty Tausaafia and Family posted on 3/18/22

We are sending our love and prayers. Rest in love Trina. May the Lord comfort all of you. God bless and Alofa atu

Jackie posted on 3/17/22

I love you, sweetness. I pray that these tears of sadness will one day be lightened. For now all I can do is mourn all the beautiful gifts you would have shared with this world. You were always a light in my life. I miss you so much already.

Norman David Smith posted on 3/17/22

Leader of Clark Street in the Fifties. R.I.P. John you helped shape my childhood for the best.

Steve Newhart posted on 3/17/22

I worked with Sarah at DFW airport as her manager for many years. She was a wonderful, amazing employee and a pleasure to be around. She Lite up a room each time she entered. She will be surely missed by many people. Rest in Peace Sarah❤️

John & Becky Schilinski posted on 3/17/22

Our condolences and love to y’all.

Lloyd and Melinda White posted on 3/17/22

Our deepest condolences to Ross and family at the loss of beautiful Trina.

Becky posted on 3/17/22

Sarah was such a great person. I had the pleasure of working with her for a short time. She was a Big ray of sunshine. So sorry to hear of her passing.

Connie Boster posted on 3/17/22

DeLynn and family, we are so sorry to hear about the passing of Beth. She was so sweet and loving. Beth always had a kind word and she could be so funny. She will be greatly missed.Love from the Library girls,Andie, Janet, Cherrish, and Connie

Deana Galdeano posted on 3/16/22

The sweetest and most genuine person I have known. You will be missed.

Marianne posted on 3/16/22

May you Rest In Peace Brett. Heaven just gained a special soul. Prayers for all your family. I know that you left a lot of emptiness. Cindy sending you hugs as I know how much you loved your Bubba.

Nelda Mays posted on 3/16/22

Nan was my Best Friend. She was beautiful, smart, funny and bossy. Her faith was strong. I thank God for such a special friend. Prayers for her family.

Steve Strader posted on 3/16/22

Such a beautiful Celebration of Life service at FBC Saginaw. A champion in service to others. She loved people and served unconditionally.

Layla holland posted on 3/16/22

Sarah we had great times at work and even better time when off… I will miss our talks and hanging out we had a blast .. I love you .. till we meet again..

Jerry Tonya posted on 3/15/22

Sarah, you always had a smile on your face and making everyone feel important. Rest In Peace ❤️

Barbara posted on 3/15/22

So very sorry Karen& Dave it’s really hard to lose a child sending prayers & hugs

Dale Wallace posted on 3/15/22

I worked with Danny for many years at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Fort Worth. Me and my wife would stop at Danny’s and his wife donuts shop in Lakeworth. Beside being a co-worker, he was a great friend. I just found out the passing of Danny. My prayers go out Mrs Seyler and family. I hope that God loves donuts.

Linda Long posted on 3/15/22

The Lord is rejoicing with your presence Ms Wanda. The angels are singing welcome home good and faithful servant. You are missed but we rejoice that you are with the Lord now free of pain and no more cancer. I will miss our weekly visits but I know you are in a beautiful place. Love and miss you sweet lady.

John Moseley posted on 3/14/22

A wonderful and talented man who was quite supportive of me and the company I worked for, White Swan Foodservice.

Kathy Loyd posted on 3/13/22

My sincere condolences. I have no words for the loss only prayers that she is in the presence of her lord and savior and greeted by her family! I am so grateful for this lady, we prayed for one another we laughed together. I am so blessed to have known her , and better for it. She is finally no longer in pain, no longer confused by treatments. She is free of cancer! I will miss our visits, seeing her smile and that sweet chuckle in her laugh, but know I will see her again and we will catch up again. Love you Wanda, continued prayers for the kids and grands!

Julie Gandy posted on 3/13/22

DeLynn, So sorry for the sudden loss of your mom, Beth. I enjoyed keeping touch with her on Facebook these last several years. I'm sure Bob was happy to welcome her to heaven with a hug. May God bless & comfort you and your loving family! Love, Julie

Sally & Joe Daniels posted on 3/13/22

Hi Julie,We were so sorry to hear of Terry's passing. He will be sorely missed.I always like to see you and Terry arrive at a meeting, it meant that there would be some good AA that night..We will keep you in our prayers.

Joni Partridge. posted on 3/12/22

Uncle Lucky,We didn’t get to go on that bike ride. But I know, your finally up their with your big brothers and y’all are riding your Harleys together. We will miss you greatly.We love you,Your niece Joni Partridge andYour family from the other side.

Jim and Lynn Benoit posted on 3/12/22

It seems Terry went through very difficult times in his early life, but he learned so much and grew much more than most. The Terry we knew was such a good person with a heart of gold. It was wonderful that Terry found Julie (and vice versa). He adored Julie and what a blessing that they had their time together. He will be missed. May he rest in peace, and may Julie find peace and courage to live out her life to the fullest. He would surely want that. Much love, Uncle Jim and Aunt Lynn

Ashlynn York posted on 3/12/22

She was such a great grandma to her grandchildren. I remember all the times me and kk would play at her house all the time and always got treated with the best snacks lol. She was such a good soul.

Michele D Boyles posted on 3/12/22

How much I loved your mom. I so remember the wonderful dinners she always made. And how she always made everyone feel like family.

Bruce & Barbara Bunch posted on 3/12/22

Terry was such a thoughtful guy and so likable! He went to the hospital to be with Bruce when Bruces’ son was having surgery which was such a nice gesture! He also was in our HGTV pilot of Household Gold and even got paid for it!! We deeply enjoyed our friendship with Terry! Terry was a good friend and we will miss him a lot!!! Our prayers are with Julie and his family

Pat Holder posted on 3/12/22

Some of my fondest memories of your Mom are of the gatherings at the dinner table! Playing WaHoo or Racko!! Such fun times we had back then. I remember baking days also! She was a fast talking Yankee, saying to Wayne "don't you Mama me Vernon Wayne!" I'll never forget that! She was one of my Mom's bestest friends, it was honor having Ruby in our lives ❤

Christopher Armstead posted on 3/12/22

From the very first time we met a few years ago, until the last time me met less than a year ago, Trina was always an extremely joyful and willing to help in any way she could. A smile would appear on her face the moment she saw you. Always, every time. I enjoyed chatting with Trina whenever we were working together at the Boothbay Legion and Veteran Memorial Committee. We (Trina, Ross, and I) shared a true passion for music, and this tended to be the topic of many of our discussions. The more I got to know Trina and Ross, the more I loved them. I will remember Trina for being a very kind, knowledgeable, and helpful person filled with love and empathy for others. Ross, know that you and your family are in our thoughts and I hope that you can feel the Love that we send.

Pharra McDonald posted on 3/12/22

Terry was the most amazing husband, father and friend. He was so loving and caring. He took care of his family, and loved Julie with all his heart. He taught me how to live life to the fullest, love others unconditionally, and push through adversity. It was an honor to have been a part of his life.

Cheyenne Greene (Mouton) posted on 3/11/22

I have so many memories from my childhood that include Beth. There were many fun youth Sunday activities, VBS, and Sunday school. She is a big part of why I am who I am today. She will be greatly missed.

Betty Terry Johnsyon posted on 3/11/22

I’m sorry for your loss and prayers are with you.

Jen Weldon posted on 3/11/22

Thank you, Nan. Your grace and dedication serving the city of Saginaw will never be forgotten. We grieve with hope.

Lacey's Spectrum Business Team posted on 3/11/22

We didn't know Terry, be we know and love working with Lacey! We've all been concerned about her and her mom and send all the love and comfort we can give through all means necessary! May you all be comforted with a village of love and support!

Sondra Williams posted on 3/11/22

Thomas, I miss you and still cannot believe you are not here on Earth with us. I know Delaney misses you too. You were taken to heaven way too soon for us here. I thank God every day for being able to see your bright, smiling eyes again that day on the plane, and for the friendship we were able to have. Rest In Peace and keep smiling on us from above. My prayers have been and always will go out to your loved ones. Miss you,Sondra

Cindy Hixon Bengs posted on 3/11/22

Joanie and family- my heartfelt condolences to your family. The Houx's were our first friends when we moved to the neighborhood back in the day. I have so many wonderful memories from growing up - school, softball games, time at the farm, Sunday nights at the Jones' and laughter...lots of laughs. I always looked forward to the annual Christmas letter and catching up on the kids and the current critter count. Frank had a way to make everyone feel like they were his best friend. I will miss my friend and the wonderful human that he was. I will be covering you in prayer during these difficult days ahead. If you get to Aggieland, please come by for a visit.

Kimberly Osborne Dodge posted on 3/11/22

I have so many great memories of Beth! I have known her all my life and we lost contact now and again. I loved running into her at Walmart and we always had good conversations. She always made me laugh and my day was so much better for having seen her. I’ll see you again one day, Beth!

Jennifer Heinz posted on 3/11/22

Beth was so loving and kind! We always had a good chat while working together at Sam’s. She always worked very hard and gave everything her best! I always called her Bethy and she just loves that nick name! I will cherish our memories together and look forward to seeing her in Heaven one day!!

Frances Johnson posted on 3/11/22

A Kind, Caring, Considerate Lady! Nan was a beautiful soul. Giving so much to others. My deepest sympathy to her family.

Sue Crockett posted on 3/11/22

Dennis and I enjoyed living next to the best neighbors (Steve, Nan and Ryan) that anyone could have. They were so considerate and kind to help the old people that lived next door. I will miss you, Nan!

Barbara A Downes posted on 3/11/22

Lois, you were a kind, loving, warm person. You will truly be missed. May the Lord shine His perpetual light upon you.

Barbara A Downes posted on 3/11/22

Lois, you were a warm, kind, loving person. You will be truly missed. May the Lord's perpetual light shine upon you.

Kurt and Tami Walsdorf posted on 3/11/22

So many wonderful memories… Kurt and I especially remember his golf motto ATB baby and now use it frequently for everything ! We loved him!

Sue Burge posted on 3/11/22

I met Trina over the internet as she was researching life in Boothbay Maine as you had just bought a home on the peninsula. She stumbled upon my name through a non profit event “Set For Success” I was in charge of on the peninsula. Trina was excited to learn more more about the yearly effort gifting school supplies to all students here. The Lord truly amazed both of us as it did not take long to realize you both would be “Neighbors Across The Way”. Once you settled into your gorgeous antique farmhouse our relationship began. Trina and I got to know one another by texting or emailing one another most every morning before she began working from home. We had tea and worked together at the American Legion Auxiliary, she volunteered at Set For Success each summer, but most importantly we lifted one another up through our shared belief in Jesus Christ. So many lessons, so many hugs, breakfasts, lunches, dinner together and a multitude of blessings over the shortened time you lived in Boothbay. My heart is broken over her loss but Trina knew where she was going and is wrapped in the arms of her Savior. Memories of goodness surround me here. Trina was a gorgeous soul that shared amazing goodness to all she came along beside. Her Love lives on in my heart.

Ellen Wagner posted on 3/11/22

I remember riding with Terry in his truck and I was scared shitless. The man drove wild and crazy. He also helped my husband in his some of his darkest hours. He is missed and loved!

Janice Caraway Elliott posted on 3/11/22

Nan was such a sweetheart, her beautiful smile will be greatly missed.

Dara Smith posted on 3/10/22

What a beautiful obituary. I have very fond memories of going out to dinner after AA. I will truly miss you Terry. What a good guy. God bless you up in heaven.

Jennifer Huxel posted on 3/10/22

Blessings to all family and friends.

Laurie Gandy posted on 3/10/22

Beautiful soul

Paul and Charlotte Lennox posted on 3/10/22

I am so sorry to hear of Nan's passing. God be with Steve, Angela and Ryan and the rest of her family and friends. Nan was always a great person and a hard worker.

Timothy Hampton - Kelley posted on 3/10/22

I pray peace and comfort to those left behind. I have so many happy childhood memories with Inez growing up with him and going to school with him.

Roger Macon posted on 3/10/22

Nan was a great boss, mentor, and best of all, a dear friend. Her courageous fight over the last 13 years has served as an inspiration for me to keep going, no matter the odds. I'll miss you every day.

Amy Nardone posted on 3/10/22

Ross and family, I am sorry for your loss. I worked with Trina and got to see and know her beautiful soul. She was an amazing person who will be missed by all. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

Jannie Brown posted on 3/10/22

You will be missed. She always had a great sense of humor. She loved telling stories. Is what will remember.

Kelley Moskal Erwin posted on 3/10/22

Some of my favorite childhood memories were the evenings my family spent with the Maxwells. We shared many Saturday nights together and countless Christmas evenings at either their house or ours, getting to play with our new toys together. Thank you for the sweet memories!

Bill Noah posted on 3/9/22

Just seeing this March 9, 2022. My heart goes out to Pam and the whole family.

Mary posted on 3/9/22

Trina always called Jesus, Yeshua and I will always remember her kind and compassionate words to me. So glad you are with Yeshua, my sister. Tell Him to come back sooner. Love you

Luke Henley posted on 3/9/22

Bonded by the Spirit of God is how I would describe my relationship with Ross and Trina. Although I’m very saddened at Trina’s passing and the grief of Ross losing a loved one. I lift my spirit in knowing the fact that when she awakens she will see the Lord high and lifted up. What a woman of God. Rest in His peace.

Valerie Robinson posted on 3/9/22

Trina was so full of life for the love of Christ she will be truly missed. She is with the Father now in her new body!! Praise God!! He was ready to call her home. We love you Ross and you are in our prayers Brother

Annemarie Cullen posted on 3/9/22

Dear Ross and family,I was shocked and saddened to hear of Trina’s passing. I was blessed to have known Trina since meeting on Nantucket. She was a loving and dynamic woman. She lived her life committed to sharing her faith as that was her greatest gift of love to all she came in contact with. She truly was a Proverbs 31 woman and will be greatly missed.

Tammie Caram posted on 3/9/22

My prayers go out for the family she will be missed

Jason Corder posted on 3/9/22

You were my Grand Aunt and you were grand indeed. You always had a great smile every time we met. I will miss you.

Keith Robinson posted on 3/9/22

I first met Ross and Trina I believe in the year 2013 or so back on Nantucket. We bonded on the spot. I can truly say that I shall miss Trina's Yeshua loving spirit immensely! Oh how I loved her spirit! One can go throughout their entire life without having known such a rare spiritual gem as Trina! My heart and prayers are with Ross and the rest of family as you now move forward towards healing and comfort, I pray our Heavenly Father provides.Love you all very much!

Jeanie posted on 3/9/22

You are all in my prayers for peace and strength to all who love her. I never met her but what I did know of her was from Carolynn and she couldn't speak any higher of her❤️. Much love to you all ❤️

John& Jesses w. ELDER posted on 3/9/22

Thanks for being my friend

Pamalee Hodges posted on 3/9/22

I’m so sorry for your family’s loss. You will be in our prayers. Love, Pam and Calvin Hodges.

Tammie Caram posted on 3/8/22

I knew Wanda since 1986 she was a very good friend and neighbor and my walking partner I will miss her very much

Ann LeVine posted on 3/8/22

I was prileged to be part of the Ruth class since 1999. Geneva was the quietest sweet lady. Beautiful smile. Enjoyed our Chicken Foot evenings. She was so much fun. Prayers for her family

Linda Black posted on 3/8/22

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Linda Black posted on 3/8/22

Trina was a kind and caring friend. I had the great please of working with her. Always quick to help with the most please attitude. She will be greatly missed.

Lisa Smith posted on 3/8/22

Ross and Family, I am heartbroken and so sorry for the loss of Trina. She was a big part of our Blue Cow Software family for the last six years and will be missed. - Lisa

John Morris posted on 3/8/22

Ross and family, please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. With much love, The REPAY and BlueCow Teams

BRIAN ROBECK posted on 3/8/22

Buck, we will all miss you. He was always a gentleman and friend. It's sad we have lost a brother but we cherish in memory all those moments with him. May he be in peace with God

Susan Novia Cone posted on 3/8/22

Such a huge loss for all of us who knew and loved her. My heart hurts for you Ross and family. She will always be a treasure to me.

Adriana Baker posted on 3/7/22

Thank you for all the laughs and love for all my live and especially over the last 4 years. It was an honor to get to be there for you, to take care or you, and to create such a special bond with you. I am glad you are at peace and no longer suffering. You have nothing to be sorry for. I Love you Granny!

Larry Tonne posted on 3/7/22

Frank you will be missed by the Tonne family at Special T Hunting. For the last 20 years we looked forward to your friendly smile and positive attitude. So glad you were able to have your last pheasant hunt with us. Rest in peace dear friend! Larry, Rose Ann, Troy, Trevis and Lori

Carolyn Cottrell Kennedy posted on 3/7/22

Susan, it was great talking to you and letting me know about Brett. He was a great guy and have known him since 1979. Take care and please let me know if you need anything.

Clay Parcells posted on 3/6/22

One of the most caring, fun loving brothers I have known. Bucker would do anything for his family and friends. Rest In Peace friend with your loving companion Woodrow. Praying for the entire family.

Julia LeVine posted on 3/6/22

I am so sad to learn of my friend Sandra's passing. We worked at Azle Manor for many years. She was a excellent nurse and loved by so many She taught me how to do handwork, but I could never match her work. So many happy memories.

Dan DuBois posted on 3/6/22

He was one of the best. Steeped in honor, a great storyteller, generous to all and one of the best friends I ever had. RIP dear friend and you will be forever missed.

James Summers posted on 3/5/22

A true man's man. I will think of you often and smile my friend. God bless and rest in peace

Cindy Bryson posted on 3/5/22

My thoughts and prayers to you and your family.

Phil Reeves posted on 3/5/22

RIP Frank! You will be missed. I very much enjoyed working with you and for you at Cabelas. Frank is for sure one of the good'uns.

Anthony Jara posted on 3/5/22

One of the things I’ll miss about Frank is his stories!! He always had by a story to tell. If you spent any time around him you know what I mean…you will be truly missed my friend!!!

Larry Stewart posted on 3/5/22

I was a friend of Frank's at TCU. Over the years it was always good to see him. He was smiling and had something good to say. Great guy.

Cathleen Wirth posted on 3/5/22

Condolences Kara to you & your family.

Cherie Elliott posted on 3/3/22

Love you and miss you always.

Mark posted on 3/3/22

Truly saddened to hear of Ken's passing. Thoroughly enjoyed working with him over the past 15 years. My condolences to the Bohn family.

Ronnie Parkhurst posted on 3/3/22

My thoughts and prayers to Ken's family. Ken and I had a comfortable relationship. We shared our many secrets freely. I so looked forward to going fishing with Ken when he retired. Don't worry Ken, we will fish together in the near future. I will never forget you.

Carolyn Reney posted on 3/2/22

Nanny was born in Coryell County Texas. She went to Pearl High School and graduated as a salutatorian. She married C H Mosely on December 24, 1946. Her and C H moved to Lake Worth when Donnie was a toddler. C H passed in January of 1983 and she remained single for the remainder of her life. She stayed in her home in Lake Worth until her death last week. She will be buried on Friday at King Cemetary and for those who need the address it is 6730 FM 1783, Gatesville, TX 76528.

Jan Short Brown posted on 3/2/22

Jerry and I hadn't been able to get together for some time, but we talked on the phone often just to keep in touch. I will miss him dearly. My love and sympathy to all his loved ones.

Denise & Randall Roten posted on 3/2/22

Ken’s family is a testament to the wonderful man he was. It was an honor to know him. There are great memories for everyone that had the pleasure of spending time with him. Ken Bohn’s destiny on earth was fulfilled and he will be missed dearly. It is a comfort knowing he is healthy and happy in his new heavenly home with Jesus.

Sharon Bless Nanney posted on 3/2/22

Susan, although I never met Brett, I can see that he had great love for you & your family. I know that you must have great memories, & that these will get you thru the days ahead. God will give you strength, & remember that friends & family are always here for you.

Wiseheart Families posted on 3/2/22

Prayers and condolences a donation in his honor was made by the Wiseheart Families

Vicki Ganske posted on 3/2/22

May you find comfort and strength in the memories of times spent with Kenneth. We will always remember his warm welcoming smile.A donation has been made to Hero Squad in his memory.

Ann Robbins posted on 3/2/22

Lovely lady, you have such beautiful memories

Ben Byrom posted on 3/1/22

It was an honor and privilege to call Kenneth my brother-in-law. I enjoyed taking you flying and also fishing at your Uncle Jack's place in Rockport.We will miss you greatly but know without a doubt that you are in the most beautiful place we could ever imagine being embraced by your Lord Jesus Christ whom you've known for many years and loved so much. We will all see each other again and I will be blessed to see that wonderful, beaming, smile of yours again.Prayers outgoing to your wonderful family. We are so proud of them all.Love you Ken ! Until we meet again.Ben

Denease Denease posted on 3/1/22

Aunt Kathryn. I have so many memories of visiting you and C. H. when I was a child. I loved your house. Daddy asked about you the other day. He will be sad to know you have gone home. Say hi to Mom. My prayers, thoughts, and hugs to my cousins, Carolyn and Samantha. I love you bunches

Lola L Kennedy posted on 3/1/22

My thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends. May you find comfort and peace with your faith, family and friends.

Leslie Camino posted on 3/1/22

I’m profoundly sorry for Ken’s passing. He was an amazing co-worker who always brought a smile to my face. May his family feel his presence watching over all of you. Heaven is gaining a wonderful angel.

McKamie Wilson posted on 3/1/22

To the Family of Ken Bohn:We at CEVA Inc are devastated to hear of Ken's depth. We worked with Ken for over thirty years to help him manage his Sid Richardson rail fleet. He was always pleasant to work with and we shared a common sense of humor and a devotion to our jobs. I counted Ken as a personal friend and I will miss him.My son and I offer our sincere condolences to his family.McKamie WilsonDerek WilsonCEVA INC - Spotlight Rail Management ServicesMidlothian, Virginia

Tonya n Jerry Lynch posted on 3/1/22

Will Love and Miss you and our talks. We had so much more to about.

Mickie Moreland posted on 3/1/22

Michael, Uncle Jerry was a special person in my life. He spent a lot of time with us. Mom and Dad were more like parents to him and he was a big brother to me. He would play his guitar and we would have a sing along many a winter evening or really many night period. He ate supper us and watched TV. Even slept over. Every Christmas he, Uncle Bill and their friends would "guard" the Christmas tree so we wouldn't come in the living room and start opening presents too early. When usually the guys and my parents would be up late putting our toys together and playing with them so they fell asleep! He will be greatly missed. Our prayers are with you and my heart is heavy. Love you guys!!

Laura Watts posted on 3/1/22

Carolyn, I am so sorry for your loss. I remember spending time with you and Kim over at her house. Prayers for you all.

Teresa Adkisson Quinn posted on 3/1/22

"Mary" such a sweet lady. When I met her we were in grade school. She always had this pretty smile, although she was more on the quite side, you knew she was there.Most memories where in high school when she was in the band. The bus trips to the games or in the stands or on the field she "lit up". Class of '88 :) She was such a sweet person and she will be missed.My condolences go out to her family and friends. May she RIP..

Teresa Adkisson Quinn posted on 3/1/22

My condolences go out to my dear friend "Susan" and her family..This is such a beautiful eulogy!! As I read thru the eulogy, I feel the love for others that she had. She is a person that people look up. One that was cherish with the presence of friends, but I feel the love she had for her family. She was a true blessing.Although I didn't know Sandra very well, the time I met her, or seen her she ways so kind. She reminded me so much of my grandma.She will be missed is a under statement. I pray for comfort for her friends and family.Sandra Rest in peace sweet lady, no more pain, you are free. Heaven has gained one of the best "Angels"

Andrew posted on 2/28/22

Many laughs and then some more. Miss you much.

Deanna king posted on 2/28/22

Ken loved his family and was a funny man who could always bring a smile to your face. He will be missed by so many. He will I know be peeking in watching over his wife, kids and grandchildren. His spirit will live in us forever.

Jim and Sandy Short posted on 2/28/22

Our cousin brought so much joy into this world and into our family. He had a heart of gold and was always eager to help another. We will miss his kindness, friendship and love. And we will miss Cousin Jerry's telephone calls just to "catch up" and his wonderful laugh. Your Dad loved you both so much. You brought so much joy and happiness into his life. We send you our love and prayers during this time.

Jenni Kaipust posted on 2/28/22

Ken was one of my favorite Union Pacific customers. I always enjoyed working with him and was sad that I didn't get to travel to Ft. Worth one last time before his retirement. He was such a great asset to the Sid Richardson team! He will be missed.

Margie Loeb posted on 2/28/22

I want to express my most heartfelt condolence and love to Charles, my dear nephew, and to Mary's beloved parents, Mary Ann and Kenneth. Mary was a wonderful person, always smiling and laughing. It was uplifting to be in her presence. Such a gift from God to have her on this earth for a time. God bless you all and give you everlasting peace. Love, Margie

Sally posted on 2/28/22

My heart goes out to Donna and the kids, my prayers are with them Daily. Ken was one of most good hearted guys I know , we will all miss him dearly!God has gained one special angel. Rip ken we love u always.

Lei Holder posted on 2/28/22

Momma H...You will always hold a special place in my heart. For 45+ years, you treated me as if I were one of your own children. You always made me feel special, as you did with every one who stepped through your door. Although our hearts may be breaking at this time, I know you will always be watching over your family. Love You!

Sheila Hill posted on 2/28/22

Donna, family, and friends, I am so sorry for your loss. My memory of Ken is meeting him about 5 years ago. Several of the CHS exes and spouses were at Lake Worth. Ken overheard me asking for volunteers to help with Gifts From the Heart events. He told me to, "catch up with Donna!" He admired you, Donna. He said, "if you get her involved, you'll need to hang on tight!" I loved his admiration and love for you, Donna. Prayers for you and yours.

Peggie Muir posted on 2/28/22

He was simply the best...son, father, husband, uncle, friend, employee. It is so hard to comprehend that he is gone but the cares of this world have been lifted from his shoulders and he is at peace. It is left to us to grieve and suffer. My prayers continue for Ken's beautiful family and for his friends.

Marchell Cross posted on 2/28/22

One of the best people I have ever had the honor of knowing. I never saw him without a smile on his face and always a kind word to pass. It hurts my heart that he is gone and I am so sorry he has been called home but pray the great memories of him and the kindness and laughter he shared with all will bring you joy, peace, and comfort. We have lost a very good man.

Sheryl Becan posted on 2/28/22

Mary Ann and Kenneth - Anthony and I are shocked and saddened to learn of Mary's passing. We know the devastating grief of losing a beloved daughter, and our hearts are breaking for you. Mary was a bright light whose presence made any event livelier and more fun! She and her lovely smile will be greatly missed by so many people. Amid the sorrow, please know that Mary could simply not have had any better parents than you two. The devotion and love the three of you shared was evident to all. We pray the happy times you spent together will provide treasured memories to comfort you in the days ahead. With Love, Anthony and Sheryl Becan

Stella M Sicina posted on 2/28/22

Tia Helena is one of the coolest and beautiful woman in my life.. i have many fond memories of her growing up. I loved her smile and laughter both infectious and she lit up the room when her presence was known. I hope to be the same light to others in my lifetime. You will be missed and you are truly loved❤ Now go rejoice with your siblings and watch over us from the heavens. My condolences to the entire family

Pat Williams posted on 2/27/22

Sending hugs and prayers to you and the rest of the family, Susan. Brett is loved by many and will be missed by many. How blessed you were to have had such a good husband, companion, father and grandfather in your lives.

Kathleen Hibes posted on 2/27/22

So very sorry for your loss… Praying for you and the family

Victoria Holton posted on 2/27/22

My thoughts and prayers are with your family. Please let me know if you need anything

Gail Dean posted on 2/27/22

Sending prayers for peace, comfort, and healing for you Susan and your family.

Brends Logue posted on 2/27/22

I always admired how much Brett loved his family. It was so obvious how much you all meant to him.May God comfort you and give you peace. With Love, Brenda Williams-Logue

Sharron Connelly posted on 2/27/22

God bless you and your wonderful family.

Sharron Connelly posted on 2/27/22

God Bless you all,

Michelle Murphy posted on 2/27/22

Mary Anne Krivanek she was sweet person and kind and I knew her since I came a member at the Hall Lodge 92 and I have been member there for a long time and she will be missed. From Michelle

Fernanda & Mark Pelletier posted on 2/26/22

Tia Lenita was a not only a great Tia but she was also one of my best friends , she will be missed very much. It is comforting to know she is with he brother and sisters that have passed before her. Our condolences go out to the entire family. We love you all, Fernanda & Mark

Karen posted on 2/26/22

Rest In Peace my sweet friend

Debbie Vaught posted on 2/25/22

Jeanie was beautiful, vibrant and warm. She was always there when we needed her. Medical advice when the kids weren’t feeling well. Organizer of our many family events. Calendar to all the birthdays or anniversaries. An ear when you wanted sound advice. Mom’s best friend that kept our family growing. So much more to us than I can explain. We will miss you Jean. Love you ~ The Vaught’s

Kitty Rippin posted on 2/25/22

Mary Ann & Kenneth, my condolences & prayers to you & your family. May God comfort you at this sorrowful time.

Chandra posted on 2/24/22

He was a very sweet man who will be dearly miss!! My deepest condolence to the family

Tim, Charlene and Charles Franko posted on 2/24/22

May God's mercy and grave give comfort and strength to Charles, Mary Ann, Kenneth and all of Mary's family and friends. She was such a sweet, wonderful and funny girl. We wil miss seeing her at all the St Thomas and SPJST events.

Marty McCoy posted on 2/24/22

Charles, Mary Ann and Kenneth, your entire family remains in our thoughts and in our prayers. Mary Cecilia will certainly be missed and always very well remembered. God bless.

Marty McCoy posted on 2/24/22

Extending deepest condolences. Charles, Mary Ann and Kenneth, your entire family remains in our thoughts and in our prayers. Mary Cecilia will certainly be missed and always very well remembered. God bless.

Jessica Jackson posted on 2/22/22

Kathy was the sweetest person I had worked with at Joy James.

Shirley Adams posted on 2/22/22

Kathy had the sweetest heart of any one I knew. Loved her

Gustavo Brito posted on 2/21/22

Im memory of my grand pa joe cox..i send condolences to all the family .../gus brito

Gustavo Brito posted on 2/21/22

Grand pa joe...He was like my real grand pa and my spiritual confident together with god..Lessons of live and forgiveness...I will missing hes voice whend always tellme ( i love you gus )....I know now i will have credits with got because of my grand pa joe...

Pragyan Grimm posted on 2/21/22

Deepest respect for you, for all the respect you gave me during the dance in Wanblee, touched deeply by you..... for always in my heart.

Kirk and Gena Baker posted on 2/21/22

Dr. Kurth is one of the kindest men I ever met. Ann, you and your family have blessed, encouraged, helped and loved us on our journey more than you realize. You all are such an example of love in action! What a beautiful legacy Dan, the Patriarch of your family, has given. We are sorry for the loss felt of his presence here, on earth, but we rejoice with you in the fact that you all will be together again and nothing can separate you from the love of Christ! Blessings to you all, Kurth family. We love you and we love Dan!!

Jim Ver Meer posted on 2/20/22

Faithful. Constant. Determined. Welcoming. For a little while I will miss you, my friend!

John Lilak, PLS posted on 2/20/22

My condolence's and prayers with all of David's family. I worked with him in unison at TranSystems from early 2000's until he departed for TXDOT. Staying in touch periodically just to get war stories updated and new jokes heard. The Land Surveying profession has lost a huge member with his loss. David was a great fellow surveyor and friend. Rest in Peace David!!

Carolyn Turner posted on 2/19/22

Thanks for being a good neighbor for so many years. We fought cancer together and I was blessed to call you my friend.

Natasha Jabali posted on 2/18/22

Condolences during this time to the family. I'll always have great memories of growing up with Bonnie and Roy as our long time neighbors. I'll be keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.

Sarah Nichols posted on 2/18/22

I miss you every day. I know you’re with me all the time but it’s not the same. I wish we could share our music and love for cooking together and just watch some funny movies together. I will never stop missing you and your family too. And now you have your mom and my mom to keep you company and I’m so glad all of you are together again and your dad too. I just wish we could all be together again, I love you dad.

Cindy Whitmarsh posted on 2/18/22

Bonnie was such a vibrant lady with a kind spirit. Prayers for you all during this time for peace and comfort. What a blessing to have such a person in your life.

Nancy Rowan posted on 2/18/22

Roy, We are so sorry for your loss of your soul-mate, friend and confidant of 42 years! I pray that you are finding peace in the fact that she is without pain and in the arms of Jesus, our Savior in Heaven!

Nancy Rowan posted on 2/18/22

Bonnie was one of the most selfless, giving people I know! She always had a listening ear, a voice of concern and always an "I Love You!" -- I miss her so much, but am looking forward to seeing her again in heaven with our Savior and King, Jesus! My love to our family and friends as we say good-bye to my sweet sister, Bonnie!

Tena & Eric Smith posted on 2/18/22

In Memory Of Charles

Tena & Eric Smith posted on 2/18/22

Our Deepest Condolences For Your Loss..He Will Be Missed...

Janet posted on 2/18/22

I will never forgot how you (Ann) and Dan has always been there for me. Whenever, I was in Dans presence you could tell he had a relationship with Jesus because of his gentle and kind heart. You my friend will be missed and I am so grateful for the time that the Lord has given me to know you.

Janet posted on 2/18/22

I will never forgot how you (Ann) and Dan has always been there for me. Whenever, I was in Dans presence you could tell he had a relationship with Jesus because of his gentle and kind heart. You my friend will be missed and I am so grateful for the time the Lord has given me to know you.

Tom and Chris Heermans posted on 2/17/22

Ann, I remember how gracious and generous you and Dan were in getting our boys home from Europe! Another show of generosity and willing to give up something of value for the other. True hearts that loved enough to go the “extra mile”— many miles” Thank-you again for that.

Tom and Chris Heermans posted on 2/17/22

Dear Ann and family, This comes with heartfelt sadness and loss for such a kind, Godly and generous man. Dan was always a delight to be around and his gentle demeanor always put one at ease. Jerrod just let us know of his passing. Tom and will pray for our Lord, Jesus Christ, to hold you close and bring some sense of comfort to you and your lovely family, and be surrounded by the Holy Spirit as you walk through this next journey. Love to you all....Tom and Chris.

Judy Nimer Muhn posted on 2/17/22

Joe was a teacher, mentor and storyteller to me. We camped by him during the Dance ... how I loved conversations with him. Learned SO much from him. May he rest in peace. Love to Linda, Odis and the whole family.

Bill Behar posted on 2/17/22

Dan impacted so many lives mine include. He did not talk much, but some of the best conversation I had with him was when I was face down on his table. Such a kind and gentle man. I will miss my friend.

Cheryl Forrester posted on 2/17/22

I was a childhood friend of Billy, Just found out about his passing today... I knew billy from six grade and graduating with him in Grand Prairie High school... He will by greatly missed! He had a character and hieght that would always grab attention!! He was truly a great human being!!! Until we meet again brother! ❤️

Howard and Vanessa Pierce posted on 2/17/22

Such sad news for those who remain here. I know he has only changed addresses and is celebrating in the presence of the Lord and with all his family who have gone before him. He was always such a kind man and expert in his field. Howard and I are praying for you all for the Peace that passes all understanding.

Linda Wright and Stephanie posted on 2/17/22

Dr. Kurth will be greatly missed. Stephanie and I always enjoyed our appointments. He was so full of joy and happiness. We always left feeling better than when we arrived. Ann and family, our love and prayers are coming your way.

Sandy Carter posted on 2/17/22

I'm so sorry for your loss David. Prayers for you and your family.

Avril posted on 2/17/22

Joe was one of the greatest inspirations to many, but most importantly my husband and friend Ryan. Joe touched his life with such depth that words cannot describe. It was an honor to know him and be a part of his life. I’ll be forever grateful for his love and compassion that he shared.

Susan Ruddy posted on 2/16/22

My condolences to Linda and the family. Joe sounds like a wonderful person and no doubt you will miss him terribly. May God surround you with His love and give you peace.

Amy Young posted on 2/16/22

What a sweet man who always had the best stories. I will miss seeing you Jo! Condolences to all who loved you.

Barbara Rumph (Faa janitorial Sup. posted on 2/16/22

My deepest condolences to you and your family

Allen Dent Jr posted on 2/16/22

Linda, My heart goes out to you and your family.

Cm..Armstrong posted on 2/15/22

Journey. We'll. Brother. You will be always in our Hearts.

Anonymous posted on 2/15/22

Eternal rest, grant unto him, Lord. And may perpetual light shine up him. May the souls of the faithful departed rest in peace.

Teresa Berry Sanderson posted on 2/14/22

My deepest sympathies during your time of loss, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. I got to know Bonnie when we worked together at Overton Bank and then at Frost Bank. ♥️

Mildred Foster posted on 2/13/22

A wonderful son, and a big help when I moved. I miss him very much.

Natasha Peavy posted on 2/12/22

Forever in my Heart!!! Rest In Peace dear Bonnie!! ❤️❤️

Jenny Bradley posted on 2/12/22

aunt Bonnie you will be truly missed. I love you and it just breaks my heart you are gone, but you are no longer suffering and you will never be forgotten. Give grandma and grandpa a hug for me.

Dana Brooks posted on 2/11/22

Dorothy was my Aunt. My mother's only sister. She was my 2nd mama. I will miss her very much. Knowing her reunion in Heaven with her oldest son Benny and our other loved ones that went to Heaven before us; we know they are all together again. I love you Aunt Dorothy RIP.

Verdonna Durham posted on 2/11/22

Bobby and I are so sorry for your loss. We just saw Shelby a few weeks ago at his favorite place to eat, West Side Cafe. Shelby was a special person and we have only great memories of him. Our prayers and love to the family. Bobby & Verdonna Durham, Ft. Worth, Tx.

Roy Carter posted on 2/11/22

LockHeed Buddy For years Shelby will be missed.

Johnny & Margie Reyna posted on 2/10/22

Our very deepest condolences Jennifer and your bother Justin . Mr Shelby will be dearly missed.

Karen Taylor posted on 2/10/22

My heartfelt condolences to the McMinn family. May you find solace in your precious memories and comfort in God’s loving embrace. God bless you all. (Emily’s grandmother)

Teresa Steward posted on 2/10/22

My deepest sympathies for your loss. May the Grace of God comfort you in this time of sorrow.

Wendy Kay McNeill Jones posted on 2/9/22

Bonnie, I cannot tell you how much my heart hurts to just talk to you again on the phone. You were such an amazing person, God truly blessed me when he made you my big sister. You were such a blessing to so many, anyone you ever met, just fell in love with you immediately. The love you had for people was just so beautiful. You were and will always be my true hero. I Love you so much.

Pat & Tim Nickerson, and Chris McNeill posted on 2/9/22

We love you sister, will miss our talks. You were such a wonderful person, never met a stranger. You had a personality, that just made everyone feel at ease, and those who are close to you very loved! Tell everyone hi for me, till we are all together again!

Pat & Tim Nickerson, and Chris McNeill posted on 2/9/22

My dear sister, We miss You so much! Just didnt have long enough with you, Say Hi to everyone, for me till we are all together again!a

Pam Livergood posted on 2/9/22

I worked with Jan for many years. She was always so happy and always had a smile for everyone. She will be missed by all of her family and friends. My condolences.

Phillip Burns posted on 2/9/22

Jan and I were close cousins during our youth. We spent countless great times at our Grandparent’s, Nanny & Pampa, house at Lake Bridgeport along with Jan’s parents and my Mother. We lost touch over the years but she always had and will continue to have a place in my heart. She will be greatly missed by anyone who knew her. She was truly a kind sweet soul.

Melissa Zandi posted on 2/8/22

Momma Jan never met a stranger and loved everyone. I'll miss texting her and her love you punkin before we hung up. I was not her only punkin either she just truly loved everyone AND we love her.

Margie Maroney posted on 2/8/22

Rest In Peace in the arms is Jesus.

Margie Maroney posted on 2/8/22

Bonnie was the oldest of the 24 grandchildren of our grandparents. Us cousins all looked up to her as the leader of the pack. Bonnie was 3 years old when she was one of the flower girls in my parent’s wedding. That day was also Bonnie’s 3rd birthday. Bonnie’s laugh was contagious and her smile infectious. Bonnie will be greatly missed by myself and the entire family. Rest In Peace my sweet cousin. I love you.

Danny Copeland posted on 2/8/22

To Lisa Leal & Family. We are deeply saddened by the loss of you husband. My brother and I were more than honored to be his friend and team mate. I looked up to Elena with the highest respect. For he was and will always be Special to us now and forever. May God be with you and enlighten your hearts. As for me and my brother. We will be there for family. Do not. Repeat Do not hesitate to reach out to us if need be. This is my way of saying what is on my mind and in my Heart. ❤️Love You All. Dan & Jim Copeland

Danny Copeland posted on 2/8/22

Memories of my buddy and the best softball team mate anyone could ask for. He was more than just an ordinary person. Llano set the bar high for himself as a husband, father, grandfather,co-worker and friend. Two words to describe Llano Leal is dedication . And the other is Unique. This word to me says it all. You will always be in our hearts and on our mind. One day we shall be together again my friend playing on God’s softball field.. Until we meet again my brother. May the blessings of heaven rest upon your family. We are all family,. And family will always be there for each other no matter what. ❤️Dan & Mary Copeland

Tambra White posted on 2/8/22

I miss you always will I thought of you and was able to calm down. Feel at peace know. That it wasn’t worth getting upset about. I still wish you was here. I know your busy. In heaven. Thanks so much for everything.

Reese Murphy posted on 2/7/22

I love you and will miss you forever, Pawpaw. Rather than flowers, I have donated $100 to the Collin County Animal Shelter in your loving memory. You’ve always had such a big heart for God’s creation.

Karen Kidd posted on 2/6/22

So sorry Lisa for the loss of your beloved husband. Just seeing all your pictures shows how much he enjoyed his life with you! Keeping you all in my prayers.

Tammy Peugh posted on 2/6/22

One of the sweetest men I’ve ever known. My heart is so sad for the family , but take comfort in knowing that Robert is flying high in heaven, no longer in pain. He has won his battle and is now in the arms of Jesus ! Many prayers to Kathy my dear sweet friend , their children and all the family.

Katie "Wilbanks" Jimenez posted on 2/5/22

She was my kindergarten teacher in 1990 at Wake Village elementary. She was the absolute sweetest teacher. I will always remember her.

Tim and Kathy Kelly posted on 2/4/22

To the Sorrels family… our thoughts and prayers go out to you all. We know the great fight Robert put in to kick cancer and the love and support of his family kept him going each and every day. Tim and I will keep all the great memories in our hearts forever. Kathy, may God hold you and the family close in these days ahead…. We love you ❤️

Jan & Jim Kingrea posted on 2/4/22

We are so sorry to hear about Robert. He fought the good fight & now has a place with God the Father. Sending our love & hugs to you & your family.

Shella Hood posted on 2/4/22

Kathy, I am so very sorry for your loss. My condolences to you and your family. God’s peace to you all.

Phillip E. Maybery posted on 2/4/22

Robert, Shak & I used to ride our horses on back trails from our our house on Knob Hill Road back to his house. Shak always rode a donkey. We had a great time riding and being together. I am so very happy that my wife and I came home to see him and catch up. I will miss him so.

Shellie & Rachael Guedry posted on 2/4/22

Beloved Grandpa, Great Grandpa and Father-in-law

Eddie Dickard posted on 2/4/22

So sorry for your loss will be praying for you and all the family and friends. Love in Christ, Eddie Dickard.

Patty Beall posted on 2/4/22

Tammy sending many prayers and a great BIG hug...Daddies are a girls 1st love..

Swindell family posted on 2/4/22

We’re. so very sorry for your loss. Our family will keep your family in our thoughts and prayers

Marie and James Oakes posted on 2/3/22

Carolyn and family we are Thinking of you all at this sad time It was a pleasure to have had the chance of meeting Julie she was a beautiful lady may she RIP

Teress posted on 2/3/22

Stan, I have thought about today for several months now, the last week truly to find the words, and still dont know what to say... Just knowing this day will always be a hard day..I pray for comfort to Cheryn and the boys. My heart goes out to each of them, Im also thinking of your momma and brother and extended family as today goes on. When I woke up this morning I seen u, the smile on your face, and that smirkey, but cute laugh. I cherish the time we had with you here on earth, you are missed by so many. Until we meet again. Hugs and kisses

Deb McAllister-Jones posted on 2/3/22

Johnny grew up with both my sons. Ian & Sean McAllister. I was used to seeing Johnny's smiling face. My heart goes to Mandy, Toni and Cruz in their loss.

Shellie Palmore-Guedry posted on 2/2/22

Grandpa Gene, you were a loving husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother, son and father-in-law and friend. Your infectious smile brightened a room, you will be truly missed.

Darien Shelton posted on 2/2/22

Cathy, thinking of you during this time. I am praying for you and your family and am virtually hugging you tight!! Love you much.

Lisa Hamann posted on 2/2/22

Cathy- I am so sorry for your loss. I send you my love, hugs, and prayers for strength in healing from this loss.

John posted on 2/1/22

We are so sorry for your loss. We love you. John and Ethel Edgin

John and Ethel Edgin posted on 2/1/22

We are so sorry for your loss.

Ethel Edgin posted on 2/1/22

May Jehovah keep you in his love and soon reunite your family on the other side. This hope is all that keeps me going and strengthens me also. Love Endures.

Terri posted on 1/31/22

Mike was my brother I never had. I met him when I was 11years old. My sister fell in love and Mike became part of my life. He was always there for me ! I loved him so much.... He will forever be in my heart ❤

Tasha and Family posted on 1/29/22

We love you Uncle Mike May you RIP

Marcus Barnett posted on 1/29/22

Johnny was a great friend. I know he was great man. If the men to come modeled their self to Johnny's standard the world will be a better place. He will be remembered and missed by many.. My condolences to the family for their loss.

Annette Burgess posted on 1/28/22

My favorite memories of you will be when we came when Memphis was a tiny baby and he played on the old red rocking horse in your living room ! I love and miss you and can’t weight to see u at heavens gate . Wish we would of made time before it was too late

Tom Hughes posted on 1/28/22

We love you Uncle Pete! So many great memories of Mimi and Uncle Pete in Edgewood, Port Aransas, and Lake Worth.

Gary Widener posted on 1/27/22

Everyone loved Leannie, her heart as big as Texas, always giving 110%, Thx for the memoriers.

Mary posted on 1/27/22

For one of the boy's always smiling.

Steve Dempsey posted on 1/27/22

Aunt Billie was always loving and kind to me as a kid. She took care of me and my siblings when my parents were going on trips. She knew of abusive child hood growing up. And always made me feel love. Aunt Billie gave me hope that one day I would be grown and gone from all of the abuse in our home. Aunt Billie you are loved and miss. Thank you

T.B. posted on 1/27/22

Juan was a fun and caring guy. No matter what your mood, it was sure to end in a laugh.

A. Cruz posted on 1/27/22

My deepest condolences to the Perez family. He was a great gentlemen to work with and always telling a story.

sandor and emese greksa posted on 1/27/22

We are so very sorry for the loss of your husband, father to the children, we are praying for the family.

Royal Ward posted on 1/26/22

Our family loved Leigh Ann. Many fond memories. We are so sorry for your loss.

Marla Parker posted on 1/26/22

When you lose someone you Love, you gain an ANGEL you know. In Loving Memory of Leigh Ann Gauntt. 1984 - 2022

Marnie Watson posted on 1/26/22

I have no words that can express how sorry I am for your loss Mandy! Please know you, the kids and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

Wendy Beltran posted on 1/26/22

My heart breaks for my good friend Mandy and her children Toni, and Cruz for the unexpected loss of their loving Father and Husband. My favorite quote about loss is "Grief is Unexpressed Love': Holding onto it is a way of staying close to the people we’ve lost." No amount of time with Johnny would have been enough because we never get enough time with the ones we love. I am praying for peace and beautiful memories to be shared with laughter and love for all the joy that Johnny brought to this world. He will be missed by many. My beautiful friend Mandy I am here for you with love and support.

Tim Laughlin posted on 1/26/22

So sorry for your loss!

Aretha Thornton posted on 1/26/22

I knew Johnny from Luella Merrett through high school. I am a better person for having known him. My heart breaks for my old friend Mandy and his family. Sending you love and peace, always Re.

Leslie Pierson posted on 1/26/22

Our fun times at the State Fair will always be remembered and cherished. Always knew where the best fries chicken was to be had. RIP friend

Jerry and Janet Leever posted on 1/26/22

My deepest condolences to Mandy, Joyce, Otha Monica and all of Johnny’s family. I have known the family since the kiddos were in elementary. They have grown into such beautiful adults. My thoughts and prayers are with you all . I am just a couple of blocks from Joyce and Otha, if y’all need anything please let me know.

Wendy Hankins posted on 1/26/22

My thoughts and prayers are with the family. I went to high school with Johnny and have many memories of him lighting up the classroom with laughter.

Babbie Cortez posted on 1/26/22

Our condolences Monica. May our dear Lord give you peace and be with you and your family now in your time of need.

Carmen Payne posted on 1/26/22

My deepest condolences for your loss. I truly understand what you are going through, having lost my son the same unexpected, tragic way. My heart breaks for you. May God comfort you and help you get through this,

Charla Alston posted on 1/25/22

I’m so sorry for your loss!

Mark Thrash posted on 1/23/22

A wonderful man and a very good friend. A tremendous churchman and a friend to pastors. My family enjoyed many a meal at the Davis' table. I will miss Ken greatly.

Tim & Eleisa Mikulec posted on 1/22/22

We will always hold Ken dear to our hearts. A wonderful example of a man of God. Love this precious family like our own.

Tim & Eleisa Mikulec posted on 1/22/22

We will always hold Ken dearly to our hearts. What a wonderful man of God. He set and example before us all. Love this precious family like our own.

Percy posted on 1/21/22

May you soar high Bubba j love yea Brother till we bump a nose again

Jaden Flores posted on 1/20/22

She was the best grandma you could ever wish for, I still cry from time to time because I never got to say goodbye. It’s been six months I think and every family event just doesn’t feel the same. I miss you grandma.

Matt Greer. "Tiny" posted on 1/19/22

Scooter will truly missed. We all know that he is now making everyone in Heaven smile while Clowning around with our Joey's who have gone on before.R.I.P. Scooter.

William Parker posted on 1/19/22

Sending my most heartfelt condolences and prayer for comfort to the family during your time of sorrow.

Shirley and Joe Teal posted on 1/19/22

Joe and I are so sorry for your loss. I was fortunate enough to meet Sammie and Donna in Branson by accident in May 2020 and learned I think that Sammie and Joe were cousins. They had not seen each other in over 40 years. Anyway such a lovely couple and we are so sorry for your loss.

Rosemarie Roose posted on 1/18/22

We moved to Decatur the summer of 1994 and met Donna and her family at Memory Lane and through FBC Decatur. She was always so helpful to anyone she met. Our hearts go out to her children and their families in this great loss.

Virginia D Henley (Ginny) posted on 1/18/22

Rarely does a week pass by when I do not think fondly of Susan. She was the best art and travel buddy anyone could ever have had.

Mary Alice Westrup posted on 1/18/22

Jim what a blessing you have been to my family. You were always there willing and ready for whatever we needed. You always made us laugh, I don’t think you ever met a stranger. This world needs more of you. Thank you for gracing your presence in mine and my family’s. Don’t ride the highways in heaven to fast. Tawnya love you girl and you know I’m only a skip away.

Leslee Gilley posted on 1/18/22

Auntie, you will be missed. I have so many good memories of you and how you took care of my mom. I will always remember your smile and your laughter. I close my eyes and I see you laughing! I love you Your niece LesleeTell everyone hello until we see each other again ❤️❤️❤️

Adam Kat an kids. posted on 1/17/22

You will be missed by so so many. These kids just can't wrap there little minds around it all... We love you so much...

Jaylee wood posted on 1/17/22

Love you forever and always uncle Jim your jokes will live on forever

Jaylee wood posted on 1/17/22

Love you always uncle Jim

Dee Ann Archer posted on 1/17/22

Correction: I moved to Decatur in 1987.

Dee Ann Archet posted on 1/17/22

My wonderful friend Donna was a woman of many talents. I moved to Decatur in 2987 and came to know Donna through Memory Lane and First Baptist Church Decatur. She is an example of Proverbs 31:10 - 31. A few examples she was : she is worth far more than rubies, she sets about her work vigorously, she opens her hands to the poor, she makes linen garments and sells them, she is clothed with strength and dignity, charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting , give her the reward she has earned, and let her works bring praise at the city gate . Donna you are now in heavens beautiful realm. I am going to look you up girlfriend when I get there! Rest in Orace dear one .

Scottie posted on 1/17/22

Dee Dot was a Dandy She was good about giving a smile every time we met. She will be missed.

Bill & Janet Lankford posted on 1/17/22

I thank God for every remembrance of my precious friend Donna Teal. She was such a light and had a wonderful smile that could light up any room. She loved everyone, and never left anyone out. She always made sure everyone was invited into her beautiful home, and she went out of her way to make Bible studies so comfortable and inviting. I could never find enough words to say about this beautiful soul. I loved her so much. Donna, thank you for loving me and everyone with your beautiful heart of gold. I know you are enjoying Heaven and I know Heaven is enjoying you!!

Bob Shaw posted on 1/17/22

So sorry, I didn’t know. How I miss her at the store, so friendly and sweet. Fine lady, she won’t be forgot.

Lynda Betts posted on 1/17/22

My sweet, loving sister Margie is one of the greatest treasures in my life. From early childhood she loved and cared for me. We grew up on a gravel road in Mississippi. We didn’t have much but we were rich in love. I have so many sweet memories of life when she was living at home and afterwards. When I was about to transfer from Rawls Springs to Junior High at North Forrest I came down with the mumps. I had to stay with her since I had already exposed them. That was not a bad thing for me. Being with her made me feel better about going to a new school having missed the 1st 2 weeks. She loved me so much that she wondered if she would be able to love her own as much as me. When she had her children there was no longer any worries about whether she would love them as much. She loves Stephen, Susan & Robert immeasurably along with their spouses. She loved her Grandkids & the Greats too. I’m so thankful & blessed that I got to call her my Sister. I love you Margie

Penny Chandler posted on 1/17/22

She was to be admired. She was purposeful until God called her home.

Janie Romine posted on 1/16/22

Mother you were so loving, so selfless, ready to do whatever was needed for your children and grands, great grands and great great grands. Your legacy goes on. See you someday soon.

Barbara Stinnett posted on 1/15/22

Aunt Jimmy you will be missed by all who knew and loved you.

Karen Dixon posted on 1/15/22

Sorry for the loss of your brother Kenneth and Kathy, old friend from Liberty Mutual days

janet moss posted on 1/14/22

god bless you

janet moss posted on 1/14/22

sorry for your loss god bless you

Hogye Hogle posted on 1/14/22

Our favorite Frog Fan and friend. Not a better person to be found. We will miss you forever.

Rhonda Halderman posted on 1/13/22

What a kind man your father was! Donating a kidney to his nephew among many other things. I am so glad I knew him. God be with you all.

John L. Price posted on 1/13/22

Manning and I shared morning coffee for many years at the EMSISD administration building. We solved the world's problems, sorted mail and enjoyed our coffee.I will always remember Manning and our times together. My prayers and condolences to his family.

GlenSonnier posted on 1/12/22

Greg Lopez I will truly miss you.I’m so thankful for all the good times and will cherish all the great memories .I will keep the family in my thoughts and prayers .

Linda S Wagner posted on 1/12/22

Well I don't know where to start... He was such a dear friend of mine and like a big brother. He started cutting my hair in 1973 and I wouldn't let anyone else cut it for 39 years. He was always there for me whether it was a funeral or a wedding or a birthday. He will truly be missed. I am so sorry for your loss! My heart goes out to the family. Till we meet again my dear friend...

Vicki Hunter posted on 1/12/22

My close friend Linda Dumis and I are 53 years from NASA worker and message text. I missed Linda now. I didnt come over to her funeral home and her burial because Covin19.

David Betts posted on 1/11/22

Margie you were the best sister-in-law I could ever ask for and I will always remember your smile. Thank you for all the great memories. You will always be in my heart! ❤️U

Aneice Wheaton posted on 1/10/22

May God bless you Craig and precious family members. Many of us have known, loved and worked with Dear Linda; sharing many wonderful years. We will truly remember her gracious, adoring smiles; her lovely personality and presence in our lives will remain in our hearts endlessly. Oh how much we will miss her in this earthly realm; rest well, Dear Friend...

Penny Evans posted on 1/10/22

I miss you everyday. Life is not the same without you. Your baby, Penny

Debbie Ewing posted on 1/10/22

Margie ; There will always be a place in our hearts for you! Will join me in the spring while the birds will be singing! Join in my family visit! (I will know which one you are for you will be leading the song). Till we meet again! Fly high my Angel Fly high! We Love You Debbie &Jimbo Ewing

Carolyn Campbell posted on 1/10/22

My heart is broken......I miss you so much already... Fly high my beautiful, sweet friend/mom. RIP

Mike Becker posted on 1/10/22

Linda was my supervisor during the early 1980s when we were putting together training manuals for the Space Shuttle. She was a real pro and everybody in our department liked and respected her. It was a privelege to have worked for her

J.J. & Annie Huang posted on 1/10/22

I have known Linda and Charlie when we worked together at NASA since the 90's. Working with Linda was a blessing. She was always willing to lend a helping hand. Many friends come into our lives — but only a few leave extraordinary marks on our hearts like Linda. I’m so lucky to have had Linda in my life, and that’s why it’s so hard to say goodbye. I wanted to extend my sympathies to Craig and the entire family for this loss. Linda will always be in our hearts. Rest in Peace.

Sam Stone posted on 1/9/22

Unconditional love and welcoming smile even when years separated our time together. I just found out she has left us, but I can see her picture and still feel that same love. I will truly, truly mourn a long while, then be sad even longer. But I will never forget.

Richard and Diane Sellers sr. posted on 1/9/22

Richard and I met Bubba in June of 1979. He was a friend , more like a little brother and it stayed that way over 40 years. Bubba was one of a kind, he was funny , loyal and generous , he never met anyone that wasn’t a friend. He loved to play music and Richard would sing. We would hang out at the horses everyday and go on trail rides. Bubba , Richard, and Mike Lemmer would play and sing and the next thing we knew the whole camp ground came over and partied with us. They would all sing along,cook hot dogs and roast marshmallows on our fire . He called us all the time to check on us and especially the holidays because that was the kind of man he was. We were planning to meet him in Texas this summer. The last phone call was right before Thanksgiving. He always had a joke to tell. He loved to laugh and tell jokes. We will miss him so much . We still can’t believe he is gone. We love you Bubba Rest In Peace until we see you again.

Jim and Beverly Graham posted on 1/9/22

Linda was a very special friend, and we enjoyed many activities and memorable fun times with her and Charlie when they lived in New Boston. May they both Rest In Peace!

Marian Sawin posted on 1/9/22

A friend who will be greatly missed. Rest In Peace Linda.

Tiffany Holmes posted on 1/9/22

Prayers for peace and comfort for the family.

Vaughn Pelloni posted on 1/8/22

Sending Love & prayers to you all. I am filled with the memories of "More Better Than Better" Hot Sauce, pecan pies, a wolfman Halloween costume, many laughs, but most of all the unfaltering friendship and love. I have no doubt Madelaine met him at the gate with a big hug and a "I missed you so much".

Dennis and Linda Fischer posted on 1/8/22

LaurieThoughts and prayers are with you at this time of need. Glenn always had kind words to say . Will miss seeing him around. Hold onto your precious memories. May God be with you. Our condolences once again.

Brenda posted on 1/8/22

Bubba you will live forever in our hearts until we see you again all of our Love to you..Brenda and Jeff.

Brenda posted on 1/8/22

Bubba you will live forever in our hearts..until We See You Again all of our Love To You Jeff and Brenda.

Shirley Schirmer posted on 1/8/22

Memories of our families in days gone by!Sorry for your loss! Love and prayers to all! It was great seeing you at the funeral of my kids dad (John Schirmer) Your dad and he were good friends when living in North Platte. RIP Glen❤️

Wedeking posted on 1/8/22

My first great friends to accept me and my family on arrival to Ft Worth, Barbara and Greg Lopez, remain family even in death. Their family are a Godly example of love for everyone.Greg will be missed for so many and for so much. God bless those who remain.

Wedeking posted on 1/8/22

Jackie

Samia Chedid posted on 1/8/22

I’ve known her since the nineties when we worked together at NASA. Linda was a dear friend, kind, creative and tenacious; she enjoyed our fun filled lunch outings and loved the diverse ethnicity of restaurants in the Clear Lake area. Linda’s smile and kind heart are greatly missed. May God grant her everlasting joy and solace and comfort to dear Craig and all her loved ones.

natalia posted on 1/8/22

I will miss you forever my little texan friend. I can still hear your laugh so clear, I’d truly do anything just to hear it one last time. I love you to the moon and back and back again. I’m forever grateful for our friendship over the last 7 years, no one will ever compare to you.

Dennis Webb posted on 1/7/22

I knew Linda and Charlie at NASA long ago. Special coworkers and friends who managed to do the impossible, one day at a time. Rest In Peace.

Eleanor Lloyd posted on 1/7/22

He had the biggest heart of any person I’ve ever known. He was a constant, steady beacon of love that never wavered or changed to all who knew him. He was just Bubba, the same every day. He was funny, generous, hard working, honest, and he loved people for real. He was my hero. He’ll always be my hero. Thank you for being the dad you didn’t have to be. Laurie, I love you. I’m so sorry for this incredible loss. I know your family loved him so well, and that he loved you guys more than life. Thank you for loving him.

Beverly Roy posted on 1/7/22

Laurie, my heart aches for you and your family. My heartfelt sympathy and prayers are with you.Love,Bev

Billy Hiles posted on 1/7/22

We were young and full of ourselves when I first met Phil Land, so my first impression evades me. But I can easily say that my lasting impression was respect and admiration. It has been thirty-something years since I last saw Phil, but his name would come up often while talking to mutual friends. I think that speaks volumes of the impression he made on people who knew him. I have not seen him in all these years, but I miss him already. My heart aches for his family and friends.

Ellen Hayes posted on 1/7/22

I was not fortunate enough to know Linda for a long time but the time I did was a true blessing. She was one of the nicest, sweetest ladies I have ever known. She was a true blessing to all who knew her. Comfort for her family. Rest now Linda in the Lord's arms.

Courtney Carter posted on 1/7/22

Bubba will forever be missed. I remember a few years ago he was telling me how much he loved my mom even if she was “difficult” as they had one of those relationships where nothing was going to break it. We are so blessed to have had him and wish we had been given longer to love him. The world definitely lost a great one.

Kelly Brock posted on 1/7/22

I came across the most wonderful and befitting poem. I thought I would share it here, particularly for Teresa Morenus and family, but also for any others who knew Phil and who are grieving his loss at this time. "I Know You’ll Miss This Man"By Baxter BlackThe Lord spoke to the heavy hearts that stood with hats in hand“Your sadness pains me deeply and I know you’ll miss this man.But, it’s true what you’ve been hearing, Heaven is a real place.That’s no small consolation. You should use that fact to faceThe emptiness his parting left that seeps into your bones,And draw on it to ease your pain, for he is not alone.You see, all his friends are up here and all his loved ones too.‘Cause it wouldn’t be a Heaven without each one of you.And heaven for a cowboy is just what you might expect.It’s horses that need tunin’ up and heifers that need checked.It’s long rides with a purpose and a code that lights the way,And a satisfying reason to get up every day.It’s the ranch he’s always dreamed of and never knew he’d find.And if you think about it, you can see it in your mind.Him, leanin’ in the saddle with his ol’ hat on his head,Contentment set upon his face like blankets on a bed.The leather creaks a little as he shifts there in the seat.The bit chains give a jingle when his pony switches feet.And you somehow get the feelin’ that he’s sittin’ on a throne,A’gazin’ out on paradise just like it was his own.I can promise you he’s happy, though I know you can’t pretendYou’re glad he made the journey; It’s too hard to comprehend.The earthly way you look at things can never satisfyYour lack of understanding for the answer to the ‘Why?’So, I offer this small comfort to put your grief to rest,I only take the top hands ‘cause my crew’s the very best.And I know it might seem selfish to friends and next of kin,But I needed one more cowboy and Phil fit right in.”

Rondoe Smith posted on 1/7/22

When we young, her parents would visit family in Coleman, Brenda, Betty while in Coleman my brother and I was to keep them busy, and we did, I remember the trip off Jackass hill in Coleman Brenda was sitting in the middle front seat, between my brother and I , as we go off the hill, you look out in space, my brother and I swung out on the doors, and left her looking out , I think she peed her pants, we swung back in , and look on her face was well worth it , we had many more good times, even when we visited them at Lake Worth, I will miss her

Chelly Melton posted on 1/7/22

She was such a sweet, caring lady. She will be dearly missed.

Ken and Diane Lewis posted on 1/7/22

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time

Alicia Eckert posted on 1/7/22

Our deepest sympathy to all of the family at the home going of Doug. May God’s grace and the wonderful promise of heaven, help you through this time of sorrow.We are so very grateful for his unselfish service to our country and his sacrifice for Our freedom. Love and prayers, Ron & Alicia

Deborah Loesxh posted on 1/6/22

Lori, Randy believed in Brad when others didn’t. He took a chance on a 24 yr old young man simply based on his character. Brad has never forgotten how Randy gave him a chance to succeed and he did exactly that. His kindness and belief in people made him so special. We loved him and love you for helping Owen when no one else would. Forever grateful for you and Randy, Brad and Deborah Loesch

Gwen Shelton posted on 1/5/22

Lori, you and your family are in my prayers.

Garry Hutchins posted on 1/5/22

So sorry to see this notice, God Bless Phil and Family. Phil and I worked at Central Freight Lines Ft Worth Facility during our younger days in the 70-80’s. He was always ready to help, ready to laugh and tell a joke, just a great guy to be around. God Bless Garry & Betty Hutchins

Ben Trevino posted on 1/5/22

My Condolence to David's Family,I worked close with David, An Awesome! Co-worker and a great Friend. He will greatly be missed here at TXDOT along with his wittiness and his Friendship.

Melissa Larson posted on 1/5/22

First and foremost, my thoughts and prayers are with each of you... In life we encounter those people who will forever have an impact on us. Big Gregg was definitely one of those. He loved big... family, friends, life. Always put a smile on your face with a joke ( that I couldn't tell the way he did, ever) Or the generous fried chicken wrapped in a pyrex dish to the boys baseball games. I could go on... he lived and lived well... surrounded by love of a great bunch. That's the best life.... Thanks Big Gregg, Love,Missy "Misty"

Patsy Lay posted on 1/5/22

Each and every time thru the years when I would see and talk with Sarah’s Mama Boots she always had the beautiful smile and the kind caring voice that radiated her testimony of her love of God and her Jesus! She was a true blessing to all who knew her.

Rita Saldibar Jasso posted on 1/4/22

Our deepest condolences and prayers go out to the Lopez Family. There once was a man back in 1996 who showed up to a small country wedding with an industrial frozen margarita machine. It was a huge hit amongst the guest. Everyone had to know who the man was who thought of such an brilliant idea for a late August wedding. Uncle Greg was that man! He loved and was loved by so many. I will treasure our family memories and our reunions. May you Rest In Peace.I love you, Uncle Greg!

Lorri Bradshaw posted on 1/4/22

Our deepest condolences to all of your family!

Rick hollars posted on 1/4/22

I’ve known Greg since he worked at razors edge had some good time together. Lot of good memories. My son got his first hair cut with Greg. We even ran into each other at the court house once. Best pecan maker I know. Best grandpaw too. Last time we talk I told him I would come see him when he got home from the hospital. I had some pecans for him from my trees. I will miss him. Jesus said I am the resurrection and the life The one who believes in me will live even though they die. And whoever lives by believing in me will never die.

Carole Boyd posted on 1/4/22

From my earliest memories my Dad's darling cousin Boots was a dearly loved other mother! See you soon, forever!

Stacy Mccoy Kidd posted on 1/4/22

My thoughts and prayers go out to the Lopez family. Greg was a very nice man, and I have enjoyed several of his stories. I always enjoyed the hot sauce he made. The best thing I enjoyed about Greg was the love of his family. He will be missed by many, RIP Greg!

Don Fox posted on 1/1/22

Worked at NCR together for 35 years.

Michael Lester posted on 12/29/21

Shelley (Cuz), Although we are now unable to perceive the shape of you...We find you all around us.The energy of your essence fills our hearts and eyes with love...We are overwhelmed...For you are everywhere.

Mary Ann Padglick posted on 12/28/21

To Barb’s family:I worked with Barb at the power plant in Arizona. Barb was one of only a few women in the industry at the time. She rose to the challenge and was brave and stood her ground and was a mentor to new people, men and women. This was not an industry for lightweights and Barb held her own and was considered an expert in her area of expertise. Not only that but she was FUN. She was an inspiration to me and for other women in the power plant.

Laura posted on 12/28/21

My sincere condolences to Sharon who is loved by all and the family. Delvin is one of the sweetest and kindness man that I have ever met. It was God's Plan and a sure blessing to have Sharon and Delvin as my neighbors. I pray God gives Sharon the strength to continue her work as one of his angels. I miss Delvin daily and hurt to know when I pull out of my driveway, I won't see his smiling face. I have comfort in knowing he is with God in Heaven. Love, Laura

Leanne & Gerard Chick posted on 12/28/21

our thoughts are with you all, Shelley had a smile that would light up the room and we can see her now smiling upon us all. Shelley was such a beautiful person and she will always live on and be in our hearts and memories.Love you always Leanne and Gerard xxxxx

Andrew & Abby Haas posted on 12/28/21

Aunt Shelley was the kindest, most patient, amazing human being and ALWAYS knew how to make you smile, even in her most weakened state. She was such a shining beacon of happiness and love… she will be missed but always remembered in our hearts. We love you, Shelley. We can’t wait to see you again at the Mongolian Grill in Heaven Love forever, Andrew & Abby

Belinda Sydenham posted on 12/27/21

The biggest heart, Shelley sparkle and full of joy. You will be missed by all who were blessed knowing you. Rest in peace Paul, Belinda, Luke and Ray. Xxx

Christy Green posted on 12/27/21

Thank you Lord for my family, and allowing me to know one of your most treasured servants. Joanna was an inspiration of humility and loving-kindness . Her obedience and love for the Lord was transparent. Laura and Mark, today celebrate your parents lives, be thankful for the numerous lives they touched and know they are both home celebrating with their Lord and Savior. Love yall both.

Sheila Stevenson posted on 12/27/21

The sweetest person and best friend to me! I will miss her so. I love you Shelley

Eyvonne O’Neal posted on 12/26/21

So sorry for your loss, my prayers are going to cover the family. You all have my condolence.

Ethel Hudson posted on 12/26/21

Laura , Mark and Family our thoughts and prayers will be with you tomorrow as you give thanks for Joann's life. She's in the presence of the Lord she loves and served. She was a dear friend here in Ireland. God be with you all.

Taylor Griffith posted on 12/26/21

I will forever miss you grandma. Take good care of Cade for me till I get there. I love and miss y’all both. I’m a total mess without you

Sandra Riedesel (niece) posted on 12/25/21

Our dear Aunt Margaret was the matriarch of our family. She looked after everyone and was always concerned with everyone’s well being. We always had fun traveling to North Carolina, Branson, Missouri, and even Graceland in Tennessee. The family stories of long forgotten relations will be missed as Aunt Margaret remembered all distant relative’s names into her 90’s. The funny stories about her mischievous brothers will be missed but not forgotten. The stories of an early to mid 1900’s Fort Worth were fascinating. Our dear Aunt Margaret was the last of The O.C. & Robbie Jenkins family. I know she was greeted in heaven with arms wide open.

Crissey phillips posted on 12/24/21

I love you, rest on my King!

Crissey phillips posted on 12/24/21

I'll always love you, rest my King. Until we meet again!

Crissey phillips posted on 12/24/21

Christeane Phillips

Patricia Popovich posted on 12/24/21

Dear family of Barbara, she was a great friend and I will forever remember her for her sense of humor and the fun times we shared after meeting through our love of Josh Groban. I will miss her very much. Rest In Peace with your Beloved Terry. ❤️

Collin Hays posted on 12/23/21

I have just learned of Victor’s passing. I had him for CIS at WT (tough professor!!), worked with him at BSA, and played many rounds of golf with him, including a trip or two to angel fire with the BSA golf gang. Victor was a great man. He loved his wife and daughters. Always polite, always a gentleman. Thank you Victor.

Becky Wambsganss posted on 12/23/21

I have fond memories of Joan from our time in Spain. We had some good times together. When we got to Spain we both had infants. Laura snd Mark were the same age as my two children. We had some fun times together. She was very generous sharing her love of books with me. The sweet lady will be missed. I’m so glad I had her as a friend.

stella brooks posted on 12/23/21

OH Peggy, I thought you would make the 100 mark or I had hoped. Peggy would load up the station wagon with kids when you could pack as many would fit and drop the first one off at the elementary school then off to the middle school and finally the hghschool. She taught me to drive in the parking lot of Security Bank in a car without power steering--SHE turned. I thought all cars had that problem. ha! She took me to take the driving test, tennis lessons. But the most wonderful thing about Peggy was she was my mother's friend-GOOD friend for 60 years.

Oscar Perry posted on 12/23/21

Bobby Jo and I were classmates at BBS. Class of 1960. I remember well when they met and married. Good memories. Send our prayers to family.

Joe Armstrong posted on 12/23/21

Margaret Wilson was my aunt. She had a very positive influence on those around her and we dearly love her and will miss her. Her family was what gave her joy in life. She loved to travel and converse with friends and family.

Greg and Valarie Smith posted on 12/23/21

What a wonderful woman! Our prayers to Steve and Jennifer and family.

Mary A Schwartz posted on 12/22/21

My thoughts and prayers are with the Ward family for which I was blessed to be a part of throughout the years. Shelley's sweat smile and love could always be felt at many occasions. ADPI love sister. I will always remember being your Haynesie Mae sister.

Ella M Watson posted on 12/22/21

A precious and amazing cousin! I love you, Sweet Doris Ann! You are flying high with the all the other Angels! I love you!

Ceena Gans posted on 12/20/21

My sincere condolences to the to Amanda Coufal and the Sullivan family.

Duff Greenwell posted on 12/20/21

My sincere condolences to her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. —Grandpa Duff

Judy Hiltunen posted on 12/20/21

Oh my I am so sorry to just see this! Tami and family, I am so sorry for your loss! Mike always had a smile on his face! Prayers for you all! Love and hugs! Judy Hiltunen

Margie Norris posted on 12/20/21

My memories of Doris Ann are her huge smile, quiet demeanour and devotion to her Son’s and Grandchildren. She was a wonderful person. Ricky is an exceptional son who’s love and devotion extended her her life on this earth. I pray God surrounds Ricky and all Doris’ love ones with an abundance of peace and comfort right now. I pray you can feel Gods presence. Please know I’m praying over everyone that loved Doris. ❤️ Love Margie

Abby Deese posted on 12/20/21

Barbara you were such a warm, funny and delightful soul. You were a good friend to many and I feel privileged to have been among those in your circle. You are and always will be missed.

Melinda Miller Davis posted on 12/20/21

My Aunt Doris, # my mom !! The strongest woman EVER !!! Life on this earth will never be the same without you, thank you for loving me and always being there !!! I know you are being welcomed by all our family and your friends in Heaven! I’ll see you when I get there. I love you so much, will miss you to the fullest. Missed but NEVER forgotten!!!

Brandie Sullivan posted on 12/20/21

My beautiful Angel Grandma, we miss you tons, but know you are in the best place ever!!! We Love You and Will NEVER Forget you. :-)

Don Allen posted on 12/20/21

I loved Barb so much. I will miss her beyond belief. She meant so much to us. It's so hard to think she's not with us anymore. She had so much life and love in her.

Holly Ellis Rider posted on 12/19/21

I am so sorry for your loss. Time can heal a lot. God bless each of you.

Leo Quezada posted on 12/19/21

We are sorry about this loss. We are gonna miss him seeing him on his bench and he would greet us everytime we came from work. It made our day. He was a good and sweet man. Our condolences to his family.

Gary Edwards posted on 12/19/21

I'm so sorry to hear about Mike's passing. He was a great friend all the years we worked together. I was blessed to serve the Lord with him. Mike was a great man of God. Tami, Chad, Ashley, I'm so sorry you've lost him. His life was his family. Thank you for sharing Mike with me and my family. God Bless, Gary and Danna Edwards

Becky (Bray) Harris posted on 12/18/21

My best friend in elementary school was Barbara. We’d lost contact when my family moved to Granbury. One day I received a Facebook message stating, “Are you my best friend from grade school? Please, please be her! I see you never lost your love of horses!” Wow! How did she remember that I was obsessed by horses? It was so great to reconnect with her! She will be greatly missed!

Steve Dunaway posted on 12/18/21

I'm so sorry to hear about Mike's passing. He was a good friend all the years we worked together at General Dynamics/Lockheed Martin. We went to many revivals together. What blessed times those were! That made a special bond between us. I'm sorry we sort of drifted apart after Mike retired. Tami, Chad, Ashley, I'm so sorry you've lost him. You know how much he loved you and all of his family.

Lyne Lossow posted on 12/18/21

In memory of Roslyn Ronita Hokett who was loved by many and will greatly missed. my deepest sympathy to the entire family.

JD Jones posted on 12/18/21

Rest In Peace Bobby! Enjoyed knowing you.

Ronald "MAC" McEarchern posted on 12/18/21

.So sorry to hear of his passing. Billy Jack was a god friend. We were station together in 1976-1979. Had hoped to see him again.

Ellen Pearce posted on 12/17/21

Bobby was one of my favorite cousins. He loved with his whole heart, and found the joy in the small things in life. He was a gem in my family.

Betty Wright posted on 12/17/21

Sharon I am so sorry to hear about your Sister. My heart goes out to you. Love you sweetheart. I will keep you in my prayers.

Lisa Frantzich posted on 12/17/21

You will be missed my beautiful friend, On angels wings

Janie Parkes posted on 12/17/21

So very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with the family

Lynn H Moses posted on 12/16/21

I will always remember Bobby from our days working at J&L Tank and Heil Texas. Rest easy friend.

Ashlee Zuniga-Duran posted on 12/16/21

Bobby was an amazing person. He will be greatly missed.

Bob Foster posted on 12/16/21

So sorry. Bobby was a great guy. Great employee.

Bubba Griffin posted on 12/16/21

I will miss you uncle thank you for the laughter and memories. Rest easy God bless

Janice King posted on 12/16/21

Bobby was a great man and I respected him so much. He was my boss and my friend. I will miss our telephone conversations and laughs. Rest In Peace Boss !

REGINA HARDEN posted on 12/16/21

Rest In Peace Bobby! You were an Amazing Man & Boss!

Daniel E Tyler posted on 12/13/21

Jimmy and I were roommates and "stick buddies" while learning to fly OH-13 (Bell 47) helicopters at the US Army Primary Helicopter School in Ft Wolters, TX. One of my best memories of Jimmy was after getting back from the flight line one hot summer afternoon in 1969, he came out of the showers and was bopping down the corridor of the barracks wearing nothing but a towel and singing "Jeremiah was a bullfrog . . . was a good friend of mine. . . ." (from Three Dog Night's "Joy to the World") at the top of his lungs. I remember meeting Linda back then, also. We weren't in the same flight school class at Ft Rucker and we wound up in different units in Vietnam, so we lost track of each other. In late 1994 we got together again as I spent three weeks in Ft Worth getting a Bell 412 type-rating. Jimmy was in town to visit his Dad, and we were able to spend quite a bit of time catching up. I found out the helicopter my employer had bought for import into Australia was the exact same machine Jimmy had been flying in Florida. Over the next 25 years Jimmy and I stayed in touch and caught up whenever we happened to be in the same part of the world at the same time. I last visited Linda and Jimmy in Ft Collins, CO, in 2018 - but whenever we got together it was like we'd only seen each other a few weeks before. He leaves a big hole in our lives. My deepest sympathy to Linda and the girls in their loss. What a great friend, a great pilot and a great American.

Jim Reeves posted on 12/12/21

Jimmy and I were best of friends throughout our school days but our military service prevented our continued relationship after Vietnam.Our Dads served together on the HEB School Board and our family felt blessed to have the Truitt family in our lives. As President of our Class, I plan to travel to Jimmy’s Memorial Service representing his fellow classmates and the L D Bell High School class of 1964 !May the Lord bless and provide comfort to the Truitt Family,Jim Reeves

shannon sitar posted on 12/11/21

Dear Hank, I have only fond memories of our working relationship in the short period I worked at Uncle Mack's piano store at 16 yrs old.You were easy going and kind and I like you a lot.Decades later, within our FB relationship, I was amazed in great respect to see what you went on to accomplish in life in the police force. My heart broke for you when you lost your beloved wife and I felt so powerless to help you in your deep grieving.I know that you are in His eternal presence now and in the presence of your dearly loved wife. You were a tremendous value and loss to all those who were 'Left Behind', but honestly, I breathed a sense of release and peace, knowing what freedom and eternal peace/rest you are in now, that greatly surpasses the overwhelming pain you had in your last days on earth.Shalom, brother.You were an excellent man.

Gary Hogan posted on 12/11/21

Jimmy was with the FL Fish and Game Comm when I first met him. He was flying a B47 at the time so that tells you how long ago it was. I was with the PBSO Aviation Unit. He eventually left the FGC to join the PBSO Aviation Unit. He came on board to pilot the new B412 the county was getting for medical which was the original "Trauma Hawk" and we were so lucky to have him. We were in 412 training in Ft Worth when a bunch of us went to Billy Bobs after class one night and somehow or another the next day everybody in class was called a something Bob, even one of the instructors we called Alicia Bob. So that's how I started calling Jimmy "Jim Bob" and it has stuck ever since. Even all the other pilots and friends were calling him "Jim Bob". I never knew if he was offended by it because he was such a happy go lucky guy he never showed a temper or was known to get angry. Jim Bob and I became good friends and I got to know his family over the years who he truly loved and was so proud of. I know Jim Bob is hovering around somewhere up in heaven right now, farewell my friend.

Barbara VAIL posted on 12/11/21

Sharon and family, I’m sorry for your loss. I remember good times at Memaw’s house when we were growing up. I remember all of us kids singing together around her pump organ. Those we were the “good ole days “. Lifting you up in prayer, Barbara

Kelly posted on 12/11/21

What an amazing light in that young man!! He always brought a smile to everyone he came across! When I’d come in to the shop I knew he was there by that damn lotion he wore. I’d just smile because I knew that there was a light at work! His smile lit up my life. I’d give him such crap because he would be up under the hood of a truck working on it (literally perched up under the hood). Always dancing and singing! He was a ray of sunshine!! Loved those babies Of his!! They clung to him when he would bring them in the shop. Demetrius you will be missed!!

Bruce Allen posted on 12/10/21

When Jim was with FGC, I was one of his volunteers in the Hunter’s Safety course. Jim took an alligator to a school program. The gator was in the back of his SUV and it turned out that the gator was not “house broken”. As friends do we teased Jim about that for a long time. I will always remember his quiet humor. He could dish it out as well as take it. I agree with Tom Fratz that High Flight is how I remember Jim.

Tom Fratz posted on 12/10/21

Jim was an accomplished pilot, dedicated instructor, avid sportsman and, above all, an unforgettable friend. Whenever I hear the poem "High Flight" I'll be thinking of Jim.

Lindsey Groom Torres posted on 12/9/21

Aryan and family, we are so sorry for your loss. We are praying for you. Much love, Lindsey and Family

Tom Overeynder posted on 12/9/21

This marks the passing of an old friend and fellow aviator, may he always have happy landings. Best wishes to all his family members.

Amanda Howard posted on 12/9/21

My childhood school friend and sister, Tricia, is your Mama. I have always held her family dear to my heart and felt like you were one of all of our children. "D" you are missed dearly and loved beyond what you could ever fathom.

Lenda Tedder posted on 12/8/21

My precious friend I was so blessed to have you as my friend and mentor. Our fun times in Women's Ministry and at the prison sharing God's love will be a precious memory to me. I will miss you but know that I will see you again playing the piano for the Lord. Singing the Love of God with such an anointing like we have never heard before. You have definitely received your reward my friend and I know the Lord and angels are rejoicing that you are home.

Peggy Middleton Benson posted on 12/8/21

Such a great classmate! Always a kind word and smile on him face! Will be missed! LD Bell class of 64

Frances Redford posted on 12/8/21

Sending my condolences. I know you will be greatly missed by your family and friends.

Shawna Matchael posted on 12/8/21

So very sorry for your passing. I know you will be missed terribly by your wife, family and friends. I pray that you are in a much better place.

Richard Harold Johnson posted on 12/8/21

"I hated to be just called Shirley, damnit!" Rest in peace, Larry

The Goldring Family posted on 12/8/21

Farewell Jim and a safe journey onto your next adventure in heaven. We have fond memories of our time visiting you in Florida and your visits to England. May you rest in peace.

Angela Lowe posted on 12/7/21

Happy 2nd Heavenly Birthday, Dad!! There isn’t a day that goes by that you aren’t on my mind or in my heart! I love you forever ever and alway!!

Dr. Adonna Otwell posted on 12/7/21

I am still shaking my head in disbelief...this is surreal...Marilyn, we worked so many prayer lines together at the North Texas District Women's Ministries Retreats! I will not speak of you in past tense, because you are more alive than ever, and there is only a thin veil between us and you. I might be a little bit jealous with you, Lillie and Barbara up there, and I didn't get invited. I always knew you to be a true Pentecostal, because you could not stand anything to be called Pentecostal, if it was not. Your encouragement kept me going so many times. I was just talking to you at the North Texas District Council in June...I didn't know you were about to "graduate," especially with your Master's Degree! Marilyn, you left me in shock, but it is wrapping up, and I will see you in days. So "count years as months, count the months as weeks, count the weeks as days, any day now, we TOO will be going home." I will see you 'THERE." You all shout for me, until I can touch down with you. It feels like a little bit of Pentecost shifted upward. Cannot say goodbye, only see you soon. You made me feel loved and special every time I saw you. I knew church was going to be better when you walked in, because you are a carrier of the ministry of PRESENCE. "I love you forever, I like you for always, as long as I live, my Pentecostal friend you will be." "For so an ENTRANCE shall be ministered unto Marilyn ABUNDANTLY into the Kingdom of Heaven...ABUNDANT ENTRANCE--that would be YOU! II Peter 1:11 paraphrase Later, Friend...Adonna Otwell

Jo wilson posted on 12/7/21

I’m a better person because I knew and felt your love for me. Thank you for all you did for me and so many, many others. I will miss you.

Melinda posted on 12/7/21

Momma, I love and miss you and looking forward to seeing you again in Glory! You left a legacy that we will continue to carry on. You loved so many and planted so many seeds for God's Kingdom! I am blessed to be called your daughter. See you again soon Momma!

Melanie Hicks posted on 12/7/21

Thank you for being my Momma!!!I love you! Your Daisy,Melanie

Mike Piccone posted on 12/7/21

Jim was like a brother to me.We were working together for many years flying for law enforcement and government agencies. Jim is now flying with angles.I miss you brother.

Leila Truitt posted on 12/7/21

You were our guiding light. You will shine forever in hearts. We love you more than words can say or express.

Becky Ricketts posted on 12/7/21

Marilyn was a true Christian soldier for the Lord. She was a dedicated server who loved everyone she met and you knew she meant it.

KC Fitch posted on 12/7/21

Best Mom Ever

KC Fitch posted on 12/7/21

I Love You Momma!

Stephen Lavery posted on 12/6/21

To my brother in law to all the good family times we had smoking or barbecuing or just setting around talking you will always and forever be my brother in law and I will miss you too the day we meet again love you you old fart.

Lorrine Garland posted on 12/6/21

My dearest Daddy Ben, we will miss and cherish everything about you. The good food you would make us, how silly you always were, how you loved to hunt and most of all the way you always loved my mom. Forever in our hearts!

Patricia Vincent posted on 12/6/21

For my beloved husband...I will always love you my "Baby Cakes"

Sandra Speck posted on 12/5/21

Sharon and family, I was so sad to hear about Delvin. After reading about his life I know he was very special. I pray to the Lord God that he will wrap his loving arms around all of you and give you comfort and peace.

Jill Lavery posted on 12/5/21

My wonderful memories keep you in this sad time.We love you.

Laurie (Rose) Flanders posted on 12/5/21

I loved and admired my Aunt Clairlynn all my life. I will never forget the time she came to Florida to visit my family when I was five and joked that I could go back with her. My little suitcase was already packed and I was devastated to find out she was only kidding. I will miss her but I know that one day we will see each other again in Heaven.

Narissa posted on 12/4/21

How did Michael pass away? He was my online friend for a decade.

Carey Olague posted on 12/4/21

My Beautiful Daughter, Free spirited, loved life, family, the family she made on the road with the Renaissance faire

Donna Slack posted on 12/3/21

I am sorry to hear about the passing of uncle. He was such a nice and wise man and he will be remembered dearly.

Judy Fricke posted on 12/3/21

My deepest sympathy to all of your family. You all are in my prayers and thoughts at this most difficult time. Gone too soon. Some great recent memories. Birthday in Hawaii and visits to AZ. You are missed.

Danetta Blanchard posted on 12/3/21

Mother it's been 8 long month and I think of you often. Went Christmas shopping and was looking for you a gift. I forgot God took you home. I ❤ love and miss you so much but you're with dad arms now.

Andrew Cearley posted on 12/2/21

I will never forget me and my dad going over to mow her yard when she lived in Northside. She was an amazing person. She will be missed by all who knew her.

Nelda Rose posted on 12/2/21

I miss her so much. She was not only my sister, she was my best friend. We talked almost every day. She loved the Lord and is now with Him in her new Heavenly body, feeling no pain, and dancing on those streets of gold. I know I will see her again someday.

Allison Johnston posted on 11/30/21

I truly already miss my sister. I missed getting to share our birthday together. I love big sis.

Carol Walsh posted on 11/30/21

I’m so sorry for your loss. Renee will truly be missed

Marcy Elliott posted on 11/29/21

It was such a privilege and joy knowing Jeff. I always looked forward to receiving the postcards he would send me from all over the world. Such a lovely man. He will be missed by many. Rest In Peace and love Jeff.

Marjean Worle posted on 11/28/21

Dad believed in closure after a friend or loves one dies. This memorial page will hellp to serve that purpose in this time of world uncertainty. Thoughts and memories and pictues are welcome.

Emerson Gregg posted on 11/27/21

Sis. Ellington a number of times would be fixing breakfast and I would go by to visit Bro. Ellington to see how they were doing. She would ask me if I wanted to eat with them. My family and I went Evangel Assembly of God which is now Evangel Family Outreach in 1976 that’s when worked with the CAs and Royal Rangers. The wife was Missionet director. We loved Bro.and Sis. Ellington,Margie and Cristy.

Heather Gregg posted on 11/26/21

Sis Ellington your Definitely gonna be MISSED I Love You soooo much I'm gonna MISS our good talks & I was glad I had a great opportunity to see You. And you were a good mentor to Me & show me a great example for Christ & people in general. And I'll Rest high up in Heaven til I'll see Ya again. Love Ya

Tammy Welborne posted on 11/26/21

Lety was a blessing who forever changed my life. Our conversations made me realize my focus was not in the right place. Her generosity and compassion for others, even when she was facing her own battle, showed me what it means to truly put others first. I didn’t have the honor of her friendship for long but her impact on my life will forever be felt. I pray God Hilda her in his loving arms and allows her a peaceful rest. Love you, Lety.

Becky Johnson posted on 11/26/21

There are some who bring a light so great to the world, that even after they have gone, the light remains. Lety, your light will always remain.

Lauren Lovelady posted on 11/26/21

Lety was absolutely as beautiful inside as she was outside. Praying peace and healing over her precious family.

Erin McGuire posted on 11/25/21

I have so many fond memories of Travis and the time spent with him, my husband and many friends. There are too many stories to tell, but they'll be treasured. I'm deeply saddened and I'm not great with words in this type of matter. I hope family can be brought some peace during this time. My heart goes out to his wife , parents, brother and sons.

Paul du Jour & Marijke Hofstede posted on 11/25/21

Jeff, we haven't met very often, but our encounters have left an indelible impression. We don't know anyone else with such a powerful charisma and genuine interest in other people's views as you had. You will remain in our memory as a loving, cordial and strongly committed personality. You will be missed.

Joy Hall posted on 11/24/21

Lety was greatly loved and will be greatly missed!!

Lela Acker-Pauletti posted on 11/23/21

I have many memories of Travis. We were in school together from Kindergarten to 11th grade. He was a really nice guy, funny and always kind. I am so sorry to hear of his passing. I will keep you all in my prayers, especially Travis's wife and children.

Ron Grandon posted on 11/23/21

In memory of Jeff for my dear clients Lisa and Marie.

Ron Grandon posted on 11/23/21

In memory of Jeff for my dear clients Lisa and Marie

Christina Lobraco posted on 11/23/21

My deepest sympathies to the family.. I’m praying Gods peace and comfort to surround the family. (A friend of Jim and June)

Marjolijn du Jour posted on 11/23/21

Dear Jeff,In my thougths I am with your American family at the military cemetary.Thinking back to your last visit to The Hague, I remember our pleasant talks and serious conversations about religion, life and death. You was full of life, enjoyed your many travels, your books, your job.You loved your little dog and was the support of your family in Fort Worth.In short, I am glad that I got to know you well as a member of our family. I miss you very much and will never forget you.I am so proud on you, specially on this day.In loving rememberance, Marjolijn

Derek Ledcke posted on 11/23/21

My Deepest Condolences & Prayers to the family during this tough time. I'm so sorry for your loss. May he rest in peace.

Bill Peters posted on 11/22/21

We used to go to the overseas Christian serviceman’s center when stationed in Yokosuka Japan. He was a good man. Jane and family I’m so sorry for your loss. Bill peters

Nan Price posted on 11/22/21

Praying for the family and sending much love to you all.

Frank and Sharon Russo posted on 11/22/21

Our thoughts and prayers are with as you are dealing with your loss.

Mike McAda posted on 11/22/21

Jeff was a special presence and we considered him a good friend to all of us in our office. He left us laughing, sometimes in surprise. He will be sorely missed!

Will Richardson posted on 11/22/21

Travis, I wish I could find the words I need to say here. I had a wonderful opportunity to speak at your service--All I know is that there are not words that I can compose which are powerful enough to express my sense of loss and sadness. I've thought for days and days after your service, after reaching out to others to do so as well, but I just am so at a loss here.I can remember how proud you were when you first showed me pictures of Tristan after he was born--and I was just so so in awe and blown away by how much he looked like you; I just so sorely regret that we won't get to share the same experience again--any experience. While I hurt and feel so deeply for my loss, it is is difficult to compare to the hurt and sadness II feel for all those around you who loved you; who needed you. Those of us who've been left without you. We'll forever carry on your memory and everything we gained through our times together. Felicia, I am so so sorry that you've lost your husband, your soulmate--I can't begin to understand how that must feel and I wish there were just some way for me to take that pain and bear it for you. I know it seems impossible right now, but you will make it through this. All you have to do is try your best, that's the most anyone could ever ask of you. We're all here for you. To Travis' Mother, Father, and Brother: I offer you my sincerest and deepest condolences; I can only imagine that this must be a a tragedy unparalleled and without comparison for you. It is my greatest hope that this allows you all to grow closer--I hope that we are able to keep in touch some how; I would love to visit you or at least know that you're well!To Tristan: Be strong my friend. I'm so sorry for your loss. If it is any comfort, you can always contact me or any of your Dad's friends or family, if you need to talk and hear some neat things about your Dad you may not have known. Just remember: being strong has a lot of different meanings--part of it is just giving yourself time to be and to feel. You have so many people that watched you grow up that want nothing more but to be there for you--so many you haven't even met yet! Just never forget that we're here!Finally, I love ya Travis; I will never forget you! Ever.

Sylvia Thomas Wester, Robin Dodd and Kelly Riddle posted on 11/21/21

Jean was a good friend to me and my daughters. Our children grew up in thesame church and schools! We have good memories!We are sending our deepest sympathy to her family. God Bless!!

Anderson Orjuela posted on 11/20/21

Although I haven’t talked to Travis in a while, I went down the memory lane and remembered the many times we hung out. Travis always managed to accommodate everyone else first and always share openly with his friends and whoever was around. I’m truly shocked of his loss, my condolences, prayers, and love to his family, wife an kids. May he Rest In Peace and May his family find some comfort and healing during this time of grief! ♥️

Christian Campau posted on 11/20/21

I just want to say that I do miss her calls very much we had the best time ever miss you so much grandma

Rick and Gwen posted on 11/20/21

Know how much we are thinking of you all as you lay your mother in her final resting place. We will also light a candle tomorrow at church Our spirits are with you ❤️❤️❤️

David Yost posted on 11/20/21

Jean had a huge heart of gold. She was a mother to many and a friend to all. Our daily morning coffee meetings will not be forgotten.

Cherilyn campau posted on 11/20/21

Loved all the time I spent with her

Carl & Cheri Campau- Son and daughter in law posted on 11/20/21

Mama Gail you will be truly missed, you were kind, sweet and so loving ❤ Loved the time we got to go with you to the Ft Worth Stockyards, I sure miss hearing your precious voice on the phone & your amazing hugs We love you so much Mama, love from California

Allyson Murphy Corwin posted on 11/20/21

This news is devastating. I knew Travis in High School. He was always so nice and his smile was one to be remembered. My heart goes out to everyone who knew him especially his family. May you hold all of the memories you shared close to your hearts, always. Rest in peace, Travis.

Thomas Beaman posted on 11/20/21

May The Lord watch over Jean, as well as, her family and friends. I have had the blessing of her friendship for a very long time. I have also known her children for a very long time. I know that she will be greatly missed by all of us, but knowing that she will be waiting for us when we make our final destination is a great comfort. God Bless and Godspeed, Jean!

Andrew Valentine posted on 11/20/21

I'm sorry sorry to hear of your passing, my friend. I will forever remember the good times. You were always a friend to all, even in High School, and I thank you for that. I remember meeting your beautiful family, and my condolences go out to them in this difficult time. Thank you for all that you shared.

Danielle Hagstrom posted on 11/19/21

I met Travis at Father Lopez. I remember him most as being kind and intelligent and a really nice guy. Sending my deepest condolences to his family, wife, and his son.

Chris Moore posted on 11/19/21

I’ve tried hard to put many things down, none of it seems to come out the way I’d like for it to, as if it wouldn’t do him justice. I knew him only at Father Lopez - and to be honest, during those times, wished I could be more like him - he walked so confidently, got along with everyone, was funny and intelligent, and simply just awesome. I remember wishing I could be similar one day - his uniqueness really stood out, and I felt honored to be able to talk with him, and his friends. High school is tough for many, people like him made it easier. To his family and closest friends, I know I’m not even scratching the surface to describing him - I’m sorry for everyone’s loss - knowing the impact he had on me, I can’t begin to imagine the impact on you all. My prayers go out to all his family and his friends. Travis, thanks for being a cool guy and having time for me back then. See you up there one day, dude.

Tanya (Niewinski) Mulloy posted on 11/19/21

Travis had such a kind heart and contagious smile. Sending so many prayers and lots of love to all his family.

Alycia Hether Whiting posted on 11/19/21

My sincerest condolences to all of those Travis left behind. He was a great guy! All my love and prayers to his family, especially his wife and children. I can not imagine the void he has left in your life.

Susan Seal posted on 11/19/21

Jeff was a wonderful person. He will be missed.

Eddie Villarreal posted on 11/19/21

My condolences to the family of Jeff Keller, IRS Revenue Agent, NFTW post of duty. Jeff always made time to chat with all his peers in the break room or copier machine station to talk about the economy, sports or asking how life was treating everyone. He would not hesitate to update you on his latest trip to some country regarding his experiences or recommendations. I was on a team that coordinated office bowling tournaments. Jeff was a participant who always challenged everyone to make the highest scores. He was always the hit of the gathering chiming I’m on everyone’s conversation, contributing his views. Jeff Keller will join some past peer bowlers in Heaven. He will join Dave Taylor, Ernest Davis, Charles Yahne and many others. I will toast a cheer to Jeff and recognize him at our tournament on Dec 3, 2021. Cowtown Bowling Palace, FTW Tx. Brother from another mother R.I.P., the IRS FTW Crew! Viva Jeff!

Melissa posted on 11/19/21

Sending love and prayers to the entire family. I am certain he was greeted with the biggest smile from a certain someone when he got to the other side :-)

Kathy Keneipp posted on 11/17/21

Dean was a special lady. It was honor knowing you Dean. You always made me feel like family like i was welcomed and so glad i was there. I was So honored to spend time with you and learn from you. Love you Dean!!

Mark Hoover posted on 11/17/21

Found memories of joy with Travis ---His exuberance in doing the pool loop - bounding up the stone mountain, jumping into the pool with a whoop yell, race/swim to the stairs, zipping out of the water to do it again & again!!--Running around downstairs playing rafter-ball with his cousins and family.--Excitement in telling his gaming conquests.--The look of love in having his son born.--His happiness in being with Felicia and family.Travis was an engaging, athletic, smart man who will be missed and remembered!Love, Uncle Mark & Aunt Lynn

Brenda Hall Voss posted on 11/17/21

Holidays coming up. I'll miss your spirt of fun and happiness..Love you and miss you. ...your sister

Karthik Narayan posted on 11/17/21

Travis was a great guy to get to know and work with. He will be deeply missed. My sincere condolences to his entire family.

Tonya McClain posted on 11/17/21

Felicia, my condolences to you, the boys and the rest of Travis’ family. Sending you love and comfort in your time of sorrow.

Aidaly Castillo posted on 11/16/21

This is hard to believe and I’m so sorry. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Jane Katona posted on 11/16/21

My sweet girl, I’m so sorry for your loss. Wishing you the strength to face the days ahead and wonderful memories to cherish forever. Love you.

Martinez Family posted on 11/16/21

My family has known Dean since 1985 when we moved to Ft W... my parents and Dean became friends instantly and then the 3 of them would go play bingo regularly. When Ray entered her life, it was the 4 of them. My dad nicknamed her Mean Dean the Bingo machine. We loved her so much and will miss her deeply. RIP Mean Dean!!!

Diane Dobbs posted on 11/16/21

So sorry to hear about your mom. She was a very lovely and caring woman. She will be greatly missed.

Venessa Buchanan posted on 11/16/21

I was blessed to be Jennifer’s Aunt through marriage with Patrick Conley. Favorite memories at Mema and Papas house on Sundays and holidays. She fought through cancer because she had young babies Josh and Ellie and her loving husband Kevin by her side. She was so amazing and an inspiration to many. Now she is with Her mom…god and her grandfather Earl who adored her. Mike, Ellie and Josh and Kevin comfort and life forward.

ROSEMARIE.KAUFMANN posted on 11/16/21

Dean was family for many years. Loved her so much.

Sarah Potter posted on 11/15/21

Jennifer was the wonderful coworker that showed the newbies the ropes and was the mentor to most new social studies teachers at Eaton. She was the best cheer sponsor I had ever seen. She was always there to help and I will miss working with her greatly. Farewell, friend.

Stephanie Tucker posted on 11/15/21

Many prayers to Coach Hamzy’s family. We are so sorry and share your pain. May you all find comfort in this trying time. Coach Hamzy was a dedicated coach who is greatly missed. May she rest now. Brooklin wells (cheerleader) and family.

Richard, Rhondie, Joseph Thorn posted on 11/15/21

We are so proud of you Levi....We are so saddened to find out we lost you.... You were a great soldier for God here on earth, but now you will forever be a mighty angel... thank you for bringing joy to our lives... we are praying for each and every one of your precious family members and to all that this has affected...God you are near the broken hearts you are the peace in every storm you are the source of love and we need you to carry us through.... we love all of you

Jimmie Raborn posted on 11/13/21

Too many memories to pick just one. I love Vicky, Larry and Cody Ryan like they’re my own blood. There’ll never be another like Vicky...

Christy Gough posted on 11/13/21

My condolences to Cody, Larry, Ezri and the rest of the family.

Gary & Janie Bartsch and Family, Jonnie Holz and Family, Kevin & Linda Pollock and Family posted on 11/13/21

For one of the sweetest Aunts God created. God please bless the family of Fiquanda “Sue” Abshire. We offer our love and prayers.

Catherine Kraft posted on 11/13/21

Thank you for being so good to your Family you are loved

Hookem & Shermane posted on 11/13/21

Your dear mother was so loved and was so good to everyone who knew her she will be missed by so many she touched so many lives by her spirit continue to live through you and your family I am so sorry for your loss I know your mother is smiling from heaven as she watches Over all of you.

Brenda Hickey posted on 11/13/21

My condolences, and my prayers are with the family I’ll miss you dearly Vickie and we had some good times. God bless the family and comfort them in this time of sorrow, and give them strength

Ashley posted on 11/12/21

I will miss you so so much!!❤️

Cindy Delarosa posted on 11/12/21

My dear sister you will be greatly missed . I love you so much and am heartbroken . The only comfort I have is knowing you are in the arms of our loving savior Jesus Christ. RIP my dear sis until we meet again

Rosa Rangel posted on 11/12/21

Jeff & Erma,my heart & prayers are with y'all, I'm so sorry for your loss,Words are not enough,But this I'm sure of ,Levi is now in GOD'S HANDS,RIP LEVI,SENDING MY LOVE AND PRAYERS YOUR WAY

Jamie Westbrook posted on 11/12/21

I’m so sorry for your loss. Pam, Davin, and Havin you have been in my thoughts and prayers.

Jamie Westbrook posted on 11/12/21

I’m so sorry for your loss. Pam, Davin, and Havin, you have been in my thoughts and prayers.

Monty Brockelman posted on 11/12/21

Our condolences for the family .

Monty Brockelman posted on 11/12/21

Our condolences for the family.

Jay Ciarleglio posted on 11/11/21

My heart goes out to the Guidi family Paula , Tina , Pam your Father was a wonderful Person . Love you all ❤️

Julie Olds Russo posted on 11/10/21

I am so very sorry for your loss… Sending you all love and hugs❤️

Rev James Bates posted on 11/10/21

Our prayers go out to you sister Pam and your family . May God Comfort And put his arms arond you and give you peace during this time. I remember him as a kid when he was a kid He always was a sweet young man rest in peace dear brother and I know we'll see you again Sorry we can't be there with you our prayers are with you Is love brother and sister Bates

Gary Skrasek posted on 11/10/21

Would been at your service if known. Rest in peace my classmate 68 NRH. Gary

Lee Meister posted on 11/10/21

Rest in peace my old classmate.

LaCretia Olague posted on 11/9/21

My free spirited young sister, you are dearly missed.

Capt. James Marino posted on 11/9/21

RIP Fritz

Rabbi Dr. Juan Marcos Bejarano Gutierrez posted on 11/8/21

I was privileged to know David and was honored officiate the funeral. David's memory will indeed be a blessing.

Barbie posted on 11/8/21

In loving memory of my father. I miss you dad.

Carey posted on 11/8/21

My Beautiful Savage Daughter, I Love and Miss you dearly everyday

Anna Kathy Schwartz posted on 11/7/21

2 Timothy 4 : 7 - 8

Anna Kathy Schwartz posted on 11/7/21

2 Timothy 4 ; 7 - 8

David & Dixie Borovicka posted on 11/7/21

Bob & Karen you are our longest known friends, we've enjoyed every minute of time with you over these 60+ years. We know Bob's entrance to heaven was "Enter in good and faithful servant". Karen and family, we pray for you to have " peace that passes all understanding" knowing Bob is worshipping at the feet of Jesus! Much love and prayers are sent to you from Kansas!

Nancy Bentley posted on 11/5/21

I worked with Roger for over 10 years. What a great friend he was. So smart and funny. He will truly be missed.

Nancy Bentley posted on 11/5/21

I worked with Roger for over 10 years. He was so smart, knowledgeable and had a great sense of humor. I loved hearing about his Halloween decorations, seeing the pictures and hearing about his many vacation trips. Thank you Barbara for sharing Roger with us. He will truly be missed by all who knew him.

Nancy Bentley posted on 11/5/21

I worked with Roger for over 10 years. He was so smart, knowledgeable and had a great sense of humor. I'll miss our friendship and seeing you around the courthouse. I loved seeing the Halloween pictures and ghostly vacation tours you went on. Thank you Barbara for sharing him with us. He will truly be missed.

April Sanderson posted on 11/5/21

Fly High Beautiful Lady

Kandy and Wendell Chesney posted on 11/4/21

We are heartbroken to learn of Leslie’s passing. Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you all

Betty Jones posted on 11/4/21

Bob was a great guy. Enjoyed knowing him and all the family.

Sherry Thorp posted on 11/4/21

My deepest sympathy to The Mangrums and family

Jody and Connie Long posted on 11/4/21

Our deepest condolences for the loss of Peggy. I will miss her sweet smile and our conversations at Brookshires. Rest In Peace Peggy❤️

Josh burdine posted on 11/4/21

Just an all around great person and fun to be around!!!

Robert and Sandie Orso posted on 11/4/21

Bob was such a good man and a joy to know and was truly loved and will be missed

Rose Stone posted on 11/3/21

Ms. O’Neal was a wonderful home economics teacher!

Family of Shirley and Jerry Strausbaugh posted on 11/3/21

You are all in our prayers. Sorry that we have not been able to stay in contact after you moved to Texas but have thought of you all often

Tami Murphy posted on 11/3/21

Karen, Kathy, Jeff and Jason, I know the hole that this leaves. Bob was a great man, husband, daddy and grand dad. He will be missed but the memories you all have in your heart are what keeps him in your heart and close at all times! Prayers for the days to come. Love you all so much!!

Vanessa posted on 11/3/21

Thank You for being the best Papa to Mason and Gabriel. They will grow up knowing you as Stella and Carlos will never let them forget. Carlos will continue to follow in your footsteps. You were his inspiration, he wanted to make you proud. You are missed.

Terry G Thompson posted on 11/3/21

Oh how I remember Peggy so well. For years she was the only one I'd let cut my hair. She was the sweetest person I do believe I've ever met. I even remember her putting a perm in my hair. Lol Terry, Michelle and Shameless, please remember this. Your mother not gone, she just gone from here. I'll see you again some day sweet lady. Live you all

Kevin posted on 11/3/21

WAS A GREAT FRIEND....TO ALL

Barbara Conklin-Kane posted on 11/3/21

I love and miss you so much papa I will always remember when u called me little babs just to make grandma mad lol

Wilma Schasteen Wobker posted on 11/3/21

I remember going knocking on doors on Saturday Mornings with Bob inviting people to church, then early Sunday Morning you would see Bob behind the wheel of the Church Bus honking the horn for his riders. Will see you in heaven my friend

Lisa Fergason Green posted on 11/3/21

Bob will be greatly missed. It is great comfort to know that he is walking the streets of gold in heaven. May the Lord comfort you at this time.

Hogye Hogle posted on 11/3/21

So sorry to hear about Peggy. We will miss her smile at the grocery store. May you rest in Peace Peggy.

Carolyn pilcher posted on 11/3/21

Love you Bob you are missed.god bless the family.

David Moore posted on 11/3/21

My sincere condolences to the families for your loss of your loved one.David Moore

Terry Thompson posted on 11/2/21

She was such a wonderful lady! She was my second grade teacher for a short time in 1958 at Lake Worth. I was devastated when she left and another teacher took her place.When I went into High School, I was very pleased to find out that she was teaching home economics to my female classmates.I made it a point to visit with Mrs. O'Neal every now and then. I am glad to know that she lived such a long life. I can only imagine how many lives have been touched and enriched her.

don and ruby bressman posted on 11/2/21

She was a very strong girl from childhood to adult hood. She fought the hard battle. She will be missed by all who knew her. She is with her creator now and no pain now.

Kelley Reece posted on 11/2/21

Love and light

April Annaloro posted on 11/2/21

So very sad to learn of Lesley's passing. I will be forever grateful for her friendship when I was searching for my forever horse "Doc". My heart breaks for her family and friends at this sad time. May there be peace and comfort in your memories of her. Rest in peace Lesley.

Edith Nichols posted on 11/2/21

Connie, I'm so sorry to hear of your dear loved one. My prayers go out to you. Love, Edith

Karen Snow posted on 11/2/21

You always send funny things and made me laugh. I will miss all the smiles that came from you. I’m praying for strength for your family.

Loretta Green Kohr posted on 11/2/21

So sorry for the loss of your mother

Dennis Hudgens posted on 11/2/21

Prayers for the family

Lisa Delrie posted on 11/2/21

Bubba My baby brother you will forever be in my heart.

Shannon Brady posted on 11/2/21

I love you Kannon and I miss you so much!

Vicki House posted on 11/1/21

So sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our hearts & prayers.

Lupe Vargas posted on 11/1/21

To the family of Kannon so sorry for your loss. RIP Kannon .

Sharon Leon posted on 11/1/21

So very sorry for your loss. Tim was such a caring person and his big grin will never be forgotten.

Homer & Nora Cortez posted on 11/1/21

Our condolences to the family.

becky and staff at azle flrist posted on 11/1/21

carmen we are so very sorry for you and your families loss

Ellen Shullaw posted on 10/30/21

Sally loved her family that lived in Washington and loved to travel there for reunions and visits. Sally my cousin, we made three trips to Washington, Missouri and Nashville. She will so missed.

Britt and Sherry Green posted on 10/30/21

One of our favorite memories of Pat,"the antagonizer", was when we visited Pat, Percy and kids in Savannah. Pat inticed Keelan and Brittany to crawl thru the doggie door. Pat, her usual self, sat back and thought this was hysterical. Always a happy, go lucky person. We love and miss you.

Richard Monk posted on 10/30/21

My condolences to the Crow family, one of the best bosses I've had. God bless you all!

Mr & Mrs R Worman posted on 10/29/21

Sorry for your loss, Tim was a loving, caring Husband and Father who will be greatly missed

Sara Salley and Leroy Husers posted on 10/29/21

Lesley. I must spell your name right. Forgive me before! Love to all yours

Sara Salley and Leroy Husers posted on 10/29/21

Sweet sweet Leslie. Love to your girls , brother and mother Miss your positiveness already!

Barbara Kasparian posted on 10/29/21

I am honored to call Lesley my friend. She will always be a huge inspiration in my life.

Rose Harvey posted on 10/29/21

Alice, I'm so sorry for your loss. I'll be praying for God's comfort during this difficult time for your family.

Laura Hamel posted on 10/29/21

Tim will be greatly missed, especially his big smile, chuckle, and great sense of humor! Blessed to have met him, and it's a blessing to be friends with the Westbrooks family as well.

Laura Hamel posted on 10/29/21

Mr. Tim was a selfless angel on Earth, who raised another selfless angel on Earth, Kim, who also raised 3 children into young adults who have the same caring and giving characteristics. I'm truly honored to have met and befriended his daughter, Kim, so I could be blessed to have known Tim. His huge smile, great sense of humor, and chuckle will always be a fond memory for me.

Gayln Saltzman posted on 10/29/21

My condolences to the family. I worked with Sally at Westmore and remember her fondly as a strong woman (like myself) and enjoyed working with her.

Lee and Cinda Draper posted on 10/29/21

She was a very good lady. Hugs, luv and prayers to you all my friend!!

Hayley Mattson posted on 10/28/21

Still does not feel real to me that you are gone. I pray it never truly does. I had so many plans to take trips with you and April as we raised our kids together and grew old. You are a wonderful person, and such a fantastic, funny, and caring friend. You will be thought of every day and missed dearly.

Amy DuBois posted on 10/27/21

Ben was a wonderful, gregarious and kind person who loved his family and friends so very much. He was so thoughtful and gracious and had a wonderful sense of humor. Our deepest condolences go out to his family. May his love of life shine brightly in our hearts until we all meet again. God Bless our sweet friend, Ben.

Andrea Allcon Duman posted on 10/27/21

I just saw this in my company email. I have nothing but beautiful memories of Thomas since the day I met him at Ridgemar Mall over 35 years ago. We were blessed again to see one another at work (American Airlines) Always a true gentleman and friend! He LOVED Delaney so much and always talked so lovingly about his sweet girl. It’s so sad to know he is gone from this earth but look forward to seeing him again! What a beautiful soul. Love you dear friend.

Jamie B posted on 10/27/21

I love you I miss you this is the first time I've visited your obituary. We will meet again.

Chloe Teafatiller posted on 10/26/21

I worked for Dan at the Hurst Post Office. He was a good man & always a gentleman. Sorry to hear of his passing. My condolences to his family.

Paul and Jan Giokas posted on 10/26/21

Thomas, I really will miss you and our time at the pub, having a few pops and telling stories. You will always be one of the good ones. God’s Speed my friend.

Stan and Karen Beal posted on 10/26/21

Karen and I are so sorry to hear of Ben's sudden passing. Sending peace and love to you all.

Leon and Ellen Dodd posted on 10/26/21

We love you Tessie. Prayers for you and your family.

Leon and Ellen Dodd posted on 10/26/21

All are prayers and love go out to you Tessie!

Shea Wright posted on 10/26/21

Dad, it is hard for me to believe that you will not be around anymore. But I know that you are safe and that you are with Grandma!

Allison Conkel posted on 10/26/21

We’ve had so many good times with Ben Conkel, and we are really going to miss you! The Conkel family gatherings won’t be the same without you, but I vow to keep your memory alive, reminiscing and remembering the good times. I will see you again in Heaven sweet nephew! ☺️

Gail LInam posted on 10/26/21

Dallas Baptist University stands with you in this time of grief and loss. We learned this morning of Ben's passing via our prayer department's email.We were privileged to have him as a student. Our prayers cover your family. Please know how much we care.

Veronica Allen posted on 10/26/21

I am so sorry for your loss. Sending my love and prayers to your family.

Gary & Barbara Coots posted on 10/26/21

Joining our Gateway family in praying for April and the rest of the family as you process this devastating loss.

Terry Ventura posted on 10/26/21

Our work team at Ashfield are so saddened at the loss of our colleague and friend Ben. He was a role model of excellence, and we appreciated and valued his unending positive energy, work ethic, sharing spirit and sense of humor. We are grateful for our time with Ben and what we learned from him.

Cathy Hargrave posted on 10/25/21

My deepest condolences to Ben's family, friends and colleagues. How he will be missed and what an impact he made in the short time he blessed us with his presence. I was honored to be his piano teacher for so many, many years. Love and prayers to everyone.

Estela Alonso posted on 10/25/21

Our deepest condolences to the Conkel family. We remember Ben from piano recitals, his sense of humor & his kind & loving spirit. He was a joy to be around and he will be dearly missed.

Susan Haywood posted on 10/25/21

We are all so sad to lose you so soon. But you will live in our hearts and bring smiles to our faces as we remember all the fun times we had together. You overcame this world and have earned your wings…so fly … and we will all be together soon.Love, Aunt Susie

Katherine Polone posted on 10/25/21

Ben, your competitive spirit and strong work ethic always pushed me to be better. Thank you for being the kind, supportive and funny person you were. It was a joy to work with you and know that we are thinking of you, remembering and celebrating what a mark you made in this life.

Kim Bardach posted on 10/25/21

In memory of a gentleman who always exhibited class in all he did here in this life. Ben you will be dearly missed by all who knew you.

Maribeth Marcelli posted on 10/25/21

Ben was an asset to our Ashfield team and will he missed. Lots of love and prayers!

Anna Moore posted on 10/25/21

Thomas Frank you were so kind & handsome & always wearing a smile & giving hugs xoxYou my long time friend will be missed by many….

Debbie posted on 10/24/21

Always funny, worked hard, loved his family, enjoyed vacations and travel. Bobby you will be missed.

Kerry Winstead posted on 10/24/21

So sad to hear the passing. My condolences to the family. He was a fine friend a good man. I also flew with him recently and had a some wonderful conversations and great laughs. Rest In Peace my brother till we meet again. You will be missed by many.

David Bell Jr. posted on 10/23/21

Thomas,You're gonna be missed by many. Loved the times that we flew together and our great conversations. Your sudden passing makes us remember how precious life is and to let your loved ones know that you love them. So glad I got to see you not long ago. Gone too soon. Until we see each other other again...Rest In Peace My Brother.

Belinda Pearson (Williams) posted on 10/21/21

Rest In Peace Uncle Jack! It was a pleasure to call you my family. You will be missed! Until we meet again, peace be yours eternally ….. Your niece always…

Melba Billings posted on 10/21/21

Daniel Lee was my dad’s cousin but we were closer in age. We had fun at family functions and I have wonderful memories of him. I am so sorry and will be praying for the family.

Tonja Upchurch posted on 10/21/21

He was a great father to me. He loved unconditionally and taught me a strong work ethic and to be a leader. He loved fishing and hunting . He also was a voracious reader and loved history. He enjoyed gardening too. He will be greatly missed and I am proud he was my father! I love you Daddy always!❤️

Judy Branton posted on 10/21/21

I will miss you my sweet big brother. I was proud to be your little sister. You are now healed and in the arms of Jesus. Rest in Peace.

HD and Becky Peters posted on 10/21/21

This was a good man, a loving father and grandfather. He could always be depended upon in any situation. May God bless you with eternal life, you will be missed.

John Hinkle posted on 10/21/21

Gone too soon… Miss ya Bud!

Tina Melgar posted on 10/20/21

I’m so sorry for your loss. I was married to Juan Melgar. May you Rest In Peace

Delaney Frank posted on 10/20/21

I miss you Daddy! ❤️

Kristi Miller posted on 10/20/21

We are so heartbroken. Delaney misses her Daddy so much! Your memory will be with us forever! ❤️

Kristi Miller posted on 10/20/21

We are all so heartbroken. Delaney misses her Daddy so much!

Bud posted on 10/19/21

Before Norb married my sister Jan, and we were living in Krum and our father was in the dairy business, Norb came flying over in a small plane. Not low enough to bother the cows. I saw Jan out in the yard waving her arms wanting him to leave. Being the good little brother that I was, I ran to the house and got a shot gun. When she saw it, she started crying. I told her that daddy was going to shoot the damn thing down. Of course, he did not send me after the gun.

Ann Chamberlain McClure posted on 10/18/21

Norb Drais married Jan McClure Drais a year after I married W.J. "Bud" McClure, Jan's brother, in 1958. I remember Norb as a modest and sincere person who was kind and smiled easily. I will say the Rosary tomorrow for Norb.

Melanie & John Franklin posted on 10/18/21

Linda Wish John and I could be at the services celebrating the life of Chuck. You and the family continue to be in our prayers. ❤️

Bob and Barbara Downes posted on 10/18/21

Linda Merrill, I am so sorry for you loss. Know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

Jennifer Stokes posted on 10/18/21

May Gods grace and mercy surround this loving family in their time of sorrow….♥️

Stacey Rodgers posted on 10/18/21

My deepest condolences. Chuck will be missed by many, he touched the heart of my family in the deepest way. We will truly miss him! To the family I love you dearly and will keep you all in my prayers.

Patti McClure posted on 10/18/21

What a beautiful obit! I’m sorry I won’t be able to get to Ft. Worth in time for Uncle Norb’s funeral. I will participate (remotely) in the Rosary at 5:30 mst tomorrow. I sure will miss this great guy!

Jeanetta Yow posted on 10/18/21

My most sincere condolences to the whole family. May the Lord be with you during this time and onward.

Jeannie Delores Mounsey posted on 10/18/21

Chuck A wonderful man and caring heart, loved by many Christmas will not be the same without your Chocolate Chip Cookies Rest in Peace

Jeannie Delores Mounsey posted on 10/18/21

Jeannie Smart Mounsey

Cathy (Milton) Sauer posted on 10/18/21

So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers for you and your family. Cathy (Milton) Sauer

Judy White posted on 10/18/21

We are so sorry for the loss of my brother-in-law, Chuck Merrill. He will always be remembered for his undying love for his wife, my dear sister, Linda and his family. Chuck’s generosity and kindness was experienced by many. God bless him and his family during this difficult time. Love, Judy and Lindsay White

Donald Keene posted on 10/17/21

I worked for/with Leon for 24 years. We grew old(er) working side by side. Throughout our time together there was one constant. Leon’s pride and devotion to his family. I got to share his sons’ journey through Scouts to college to having their own families. Hunting and fishing stories too. He expressed great admiration of Verlyn’s career helping others and appreciation of the full-time job she had keeping him moving in the right direction. I am certain that I, and the many others whose lives he enriched, will miss him greatly. Bless him and all those he held dear.

John Watts posted on 10/16/21

With shared sadness, I offer my sincere sympathy for your loss. Leon was my coworker and good friend for 15 years. We enjoyed each other's humor immensely.

Tina Smith posted on 10/16/21

My condolences to the family. It is with heartfelt prayers of comfort that I send this out to you. May you hold on to the fond memories that this life has given you.

Diana (Fall) Atkinson posted on 10/15/21

So sorry for your loss you and the entire family will be in my thoughts and prayers

Debra Conner posted on 10/15/21

John was so warm and friendly. He was one of my Moms first cousins, my second cousin. He will be greatly missed by all.

Mauricio Funes posted on 10/15/21

For someone with a lot of respect it is said that what a father is the son is the reflection of he, and I see that and hes 2 boys. Matt and Britt Hawrylak. Jhon 14:8-9Philip said, “Lord, show us the Father and that will be enough for us.”9Jesus answered:“Don’t you know me, Philip, even after I have been among you such a long time? Anyone who has seen me has seen the Father.B)" style="font-size: 0.625em; line-height: normal; position: relative; vertical-align: text-top; top: auto;">(B)How can you say, ‘Show us the Father’?

Ralph Daniel posted on 10/15/21

I worked with and around Leon for years, he will be missed!

Tim, Charlene & Charles Franko posted on 10/15/21

Jennifer and family, may God wrap his loving arms around you and give you strength,comfort and peace.

Eugene de Bullet Jr posted on 10/15/21

I knew Ray for 50 plus years ,mostly social and ended up in therapy with him and was at his 75th birthday. Ray's friendship and personality will be sorely missed.

Patti Burk Olusola posted on 10/15/21

I remember fondly years at the reunion with John - he always had a smile on his face and was so welcoming and friendly to all. He will be greatly missed. All of you are in my thoughts and prayers.

Liz Caron posted on 10/15/21

We are sorry for your loss. Prayers for you and your family

Wife posted on 10/15/21

Nelson, we were together for a long time you were a free man, happy, healthy and vibrant and a great dad. we fought, we loved, we raised our child up to be a good young man, he loved you so much and had we remained a little longer, i would have taken good care of you in your time of desperate need so he could love you longer. RIP

Kathy and Charlie Jones posted on 10/14/21

We are so very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family

Barbara Downes posted on 10/14/21

I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers and thoughts for your family

Robert and Ramona Harris posted on 10/14/21

We will miss our neighbor very much. May the Lord comfort his family and friends.

Michael D. Neubauer posted on 10/14/21

My heart felt condolences to the family and all those who knew Danny. I will remember Danny for his sense of humor, love for his family, and calm and welcoming demeanor. Particularly when we spent several hours at the hospital patiently waiting during the birth of two of his grandchildren, Kimber and Croix. His subsequent pride and joy was undeniable.

Sherry Bonds posted on 10/14/21

Goodbye for now baby brother. You were a both a great man and sibling. Your departure will leave a void in my life. Until we meet again. I love you forever. ❤️ Sherry

Sandy Williams posted on 10/14/21

My deepest condolences.I remember Danny, he was always smiling and always surrounded by many friends.

tony neal posted on 10/14/21

my brother my friend I'm going to miss you my brother seeing you at work always smiling..Rest in Peace my brother..

Raylene Green posted on 10/14/21

I am so sorry for your families loss… I remember him from school and he was always so much fun to be around .

Tammy Cuba DuBose posted on 10/14/21

Danny was such a good man with a big heart, the Cuba Family enjoyed his and Uncle Bobs visits so much. You could tell how much he loved his family as he spoke about them. Danny will be missed and may he Rest in Peace.

Kasie Abercrombie posted on 10/13/21

Praying for Peace to find you In the midst of this grief.so sorry for your loss

Keena Delgado Arriaga posted on 10/13/21

Big brother,Words cannot express what I feel right now. You were always there for us when we needed you. You always randomly doing your check in and making sure how I was doing. I loved how you would give me tips on cooking. I will continue to make that Mexican corn salad that you liked so much! I will make sure your boys are taken care of brother. I'm glad that you approved of Chris and gained a brother! I will see you again brother and I love you so much!! Rest in peace

Laura Willis posted on 10/13/21

Some people walk this earth looking for anyone that can help them in this life. Either they lack confidence in themselves or they just need someone by their side to hold their hand. Nelson you were the exact opposite. You thrived on helping others. You helped others with all kinds of things without question. Sometimes you did things for people without them even asking for help. Like that time you went and bought Uncle Manuel a new tv for the garage. Uncle Manuel was happy and content with his 13” tv. If anyone ask Uncle Manuel if he wanted a new tv, he would have said no. But you, out of the blue, showed up with a brand new tv. Uncle Manuel was to ecstatic and thankful. Or that time you happened to stop by just as I was changing the door knobs on my house. In my own independent self, I argued that I got this (we both knew I had no idea what I was doing) and you told me to step back. I was so thankful that you did because I had already stripped the screws for one knob.Funny thing is you always showed up at exactly the time I needed you without me even asking. You always laughed at my independence and stepped in anyway to lend a hand. I’m so grateful for all the wonderful memories you left in my heart. I’m looking forward to seeing you again in heaven. I love you cousin!

Charon Minter posted on 10/13/21

So sorry for your loss. Praying that you and the family will find peace and that the Lord will comfort you in the days to follow. Love to you all.

Vanessa Raya-Hernandez posted on 10/13/21

Mrs. Kutej, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Praying for peace and comfort during this difficult time.

Mike Gasparini posted on 10/13/21

I’ll see you at the WEDDING OF THE LAMBS feast brother.

Mike Gasparini posted on 10/13/21

I’ll see you at the MARRIAGE OF THE LAMBS wedding feast brother.

Judy Rothlis Caraway posted on 10/13/21

Ray Michael will be missed terribly. It's hard to believe we'll never hear his infectious laugh or see the twinkle in his eyes as he tells his stories ever again. The love of his life was his boys. Condolences to both Matt & Britt and also to Patty. RIP, Ray Michael.

Steven Siebenthall posted on 10/13/21

Dear Matt and Britt. So very sorry to hear of Ray's passing. My prayers are for God's grace and strength for you through this difficult time. For 41 years your father has been a great friend of mine and I will miss him. Peace be with you and your families..

Tony Timmons posted on 10/13/21

I will always remember Ray and the way he viewed life and the need to enjoy himself everyday. Ray’s sense of humor of boundless and I will maintain several funny memories for life! RIP Ray and Thanks for all the funny stories

Roger Row posted on 10/13/21

I loved Ray and got to share his continued friendship for 65 years, in grade school, high school thru our fun years together at TCU and beyond, Love you brother

Edward and Mary Arriaga posted on 10/12/21

Nelson, I wish you were here to see how much your presence made a difference in everyone's life. The love we all shared amongst each other every weekend when gathered together celebrating birthdays, holidays and life itself. I never got to thank you for being one of my sons best of friends. Not only did he gain a brother in law but a brother and best friend. We loved you and ur sons as part of our family. You will always have a special place in each of our hearts and we will always cherish the time we were blessed to have with you. Though it was only for a short time but the memories will last a life time. Rest in peace Nelson. Make sure you give us a tour when we join you in Heaven❤

Beverly Miles posted on 10/12/21

Prayers and sympathy go out to the family and friends..I'm sure he will be dearly missed. I only knew him for a short time, but he was always very kind to me.

Beverly Miles posted on 10/12/21

I loved to hear him sing Karaoke and enjoyed watching him have a good time with friends.

Annamarie Garcia posted on 10/11/21

I worked with Mary on ERAU graduations and she was always nice and went above and beyond for her students. She will be missed so much.

Chris Arriaga posted on 10/10/21

Nelson, it's hard to even begin to tell you how much I love you. We may have not known each other for long, but the bond we built has changed my life. The many hours we talked and grew closer to one another will always be something that stays with me forever. My kids have grown to love you as I have. I sit here and just wish I had more time with you. I will never forget the many late nights in my backyard cooking and telling life stories with one another. I want you to know that I will take good care of your sister and help your sons with whatever advise they need from me. You were such a vibrant person that has changed so many lives that you have come in contact with. I love you, brother. Always and forever.

Manuel Bejil posted on 10/10/21

Nelson man this is very hard to wrap my mind around ..We talk about building business together ..Cuz I’m Gunna miss great times we had at my house trying new whiskey shooting guns just hanging with our kids ..Family is all we got without family we just walk on earth alone.. This really is hard cuz miss you give my mom and dad hug for me can’t wait to see you again.. Bejil

Billy Page (Youngest Brother) posted on 10/10/21

Words cannot express the overwhelming of sadness I'm feeling. When I feel sad & the tears begin to flow, I'm reminded of the kind & wise words of wisdom that Becky would give me. Although she may have been immersed in troubles of her own,she always managed to have time for me & was eager with an open ear. Lord knows she didn't candy coat her opinion, and for that I'm truly thankful. Nonetheless, she always showed me kindness & never failed to say: "I Love You Billy." I'm honored to have had the joy & privilege of calling Becky my sister & friend. She was rooted in true joy & loving others with compassion was her strongest trait. She was not only my sister, but a true friend to me indeed! I'm comforted in knowing that although she cannot walk back here to us,--one day we will see her again when we walk "HOME" to her. Where I know she will be waiting to greet us with open arms. YOUR LOVING BROTHER, Billy (Rusk,TX.)

Tanya Brown posted on 10/10/21

Mutti was the best Mother-in-law ever! When I used to work at Great Adventure, I would drop off my boys and when I can home she would have my 2 year old at the time running around the backyard naked! She showed me how to make her famous German pancakes and my family always enjoyed coming over her house every Sunday, after church for lunch and fellowship!

Raquel Carrillo posted on 10/9/21

I met Maria through my friendship with Mindy 24 years ago. She was always kind, welcoming and will be truly missed. Her love will live through her children/grand children. Sending my condolences, love you Mindy & Ben.

Briana Y. Bullock posted on 10/9/21

Oma Brown, as I called her, a name would always strike joy to me, it has always been a blessing to have her in my life an extension of my Uncle Willi who I love so much. My most fond memory is sharing the lake trips with her and then going back to the house and sitting at the "kids table" and fighting over German Potato Salad with William and Uncle Willi. That was my favorite thing and she always made time for me and always saved me a bowl whenever I wanted it and treated me with unwavering love as she did her other grandkids. Making me feel included and never missing a beat to chat about anything that made her laugh. I'll miss her laughter and my favorite line "I don't believe it" in her strong accent whenever she was shocked about something. I'm sorry, we have to lay to rest this wonderful woman but will carry her in my heart forevermore. From my family, my mom, and I God Bless Oma Brown and sorry for your loss. I still have many aunts and my uncle she will shine through. Love you Guys. xoxo.

Emery Brown posted on 10/9/21

I pray the Lord of all comfort would bring everyone peace during this time. I love hearing all the wonderful stories shared about Sieglinde. Truly her memory will live on in the hearts of those that love her, in the stories they share, and the recipes they cook. For those that believe in Jesus it is a comfort to know it is simply until we meet again!

Tim Brown posted on 10/9/21

My favorite memory was every Sunday afternoon in my youth. As we would go over grandmother’s house to have one of the many dishes she made after church. The food was rich but her company was richer. Those are all still my favorite dishes today. Her house was warm and welcoming. I had a lot of fun with family and with her. I learned a lot, laughed a lot, even cried. She loved bringing people together and especially loved when all the family was together. I remember Oma as the grandmother that always prayed, never complained, trusted God and would never miss a chance to tell someone else about him. She modeled this faith for me in my youth. Only a few years ago she even evangelized with me after it snowed several inches, that showed her heart for God late in life. She is an amazing example, who had such a testimony in the way she lived. My grandmother is a tremendous person and I will miss her very, very much!

Shannon Brady posted on 10/8/21

Mom, I dreamt of you and dad twice this month, y'all were having a welcome home party for me...it was so real to me.You were so radiant, and beautiful. And both of you had smiles like I have ever seen...I felt so incredibly loved and so peaceful l And didn't want to wake up.I miss you both so much more than I could ever imagine for so many many things that I miss about you both. I know that I know that I will be welcomed home some day to see you both again. I cannot for that day.I love you!

Kris A Wallace posted on 10/8/21

Chris, Adam, & Chad so sorry for your loss. Mary Kay was one of a kind. I will always remeber the wonderful times of making memories when we all got together. So glad we had the last reunion so she could be with us. Big hugs to you all. Mary Kay will be greatly miss by each and everyone of us here in Kansas. Love ya All Kris Ann Collins Wallace

Marcella Merkl posted on 10/8/21

Eine Stimme, die vertraut war, schweigt.Ein Mensch, der immer da war, ist nicht mehr.Was bleibt, sind dankbare Erinnerungen, die niemand nehmen kann.Wir werden Siegi sehr vermissen.Marcella, Fonsi, Felix und Enrico

Marcella Merkl posted on 10/8/21

Eine Stimme, die vertraut war, schweigt.Ein Mensch, der immer da war, ist nicht mehr.Was bleibt, sind dankbare Erinnerungen, die niemand nehmen kann.Wir werden Siegi sehr vermissen. Wir sind in Gedanken bei Euch. In LIebe Marcella, Fonsi, Felix und Enrico

Nikki Barnett posted on 10/8/21

Momma Russell i will forever miss you and beyond thankful for every minute we shared together. We both so hard to save Matthew and in the end help did not come soon enough. My hearts like it has never hurt before. I don't have the slightest clue as to how I am supposed to keep going without you here. The fact that I know that you are where you always wanted to be and free of pain, worry, and stress gives me some comfort and the ability to keep going right now. I love for eternity.

Anonymous posted on 10/8/21

May she Rest In Peace. Ms. Russell deserved the world. She has an amazing smile that makes me smile. She wont be forgotten. She was a great teacher. I thank her for all she’s done for my peers and I.

Charlene Irish posted on 10/7/21

Betty and I were new wives when we became close friends, we met through our husbands. We had so many talks in those days - hours and hours. Of course life intrudes allowing us less and less time to talk. I will always cherish our friendship in the early chapter of our lives. Betty was such a lovely woman in heart and spirit, she will be missed.

Yvette Ingram posted on 10/7/21

Bea, Claudia and family. Thank you for sharing this tender moment of time with me. I pray and thank the Father for His continual Loving support, Strength filled with Joy, Peace and Holy Spirit Comfort to you and your family, during this memorial of your beloved Mom and extending beyond this moment in time. I Love you all!

Kim Pernod posted on 10/7/21

Sylvia, my heart just breaks for you. You have my deepest heartfelt condolences. You & the family are in my prayers & in my heart.

Kim Pernod posted on 10/7/21

I remember Kyle spending time & playing with my boys & taking them to Bible School. Kyle was always so sweet, caring & loving.

Steve and Shirley Matthews posted on 10/7/21

We worked with Benny at General Dynamics back in the early 80's. He was a great guy. Sorry for your loss prayers and condolences.

Shirley Brown posted on 10/7/21

Beatrice and Claudia,May fond memories of your Mom bring you comfort during this hard time in your life. My heart and prayers go out to you and your family. I pray for peace and comfort for you and your family at this difficult time.Love, Your sister-in-Christ, Shirley Brown

Tami White posted on 10/7/21

Mary was such a fun person. She always made me laugh. I'm happy that she is no longer suffering.

Sandi Shelby posted on 10/6/21

Prayers for all the people to whomBecky was a light in their life. I was fortunate to be a fellow math teacher with Beckyat Boswell High School. She was a truly special lady.

Elizabeth Williams posted on 10/6/21

Rest In Peace Benny. Benny was a Good Christian Man that loved his Dear wife Marilyn so much and his Family. I pray that for God to Comfort Marilyn and watch over her .

Elizabeth Williams posted on 10/6/21

Benny is resting in peace with His Lord and Savior. Benny was a Christian who loved his Dear Wife and his Family. He will be missed.

Mr and Mrs. Robert Mitchell posted on 10/6/21

We thank you Lord for the passing of Beatrice. We exhault your name for the good life she lived. We pray oh Lord that everlasting love be given unto her. And as she abides in your garden let your angels touch again. Father be with her soul and may she rest in perfect eternal peace. Amen

Debbie Loftis posted on 10/6/21

I am Jeff’s mom. Lacey & Bobby I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you both & you family.

Linda Preston posted on 10/6/21

Benny was always the gentleman at work and so, so pleasant to work with. The voice of reason in a sometimes complex and chaotic work invironement. So , so sorry for your loss dear Marilyn and family and friends.

Carolyn Erker posted on 10/6/21

My husband and my self worked with Benny for many years. Our old planning group just got smaller. I will be out of town and not able to attend but my prayers are with his family.

Dana and David James posted on 10/6/21

So sorry for the loss of a good man. I will always rember his smile. Our hearts go out to all his family.

Mallory Mora posted on 10/6/21

My tia bea she was my favorite tia loved me as her own, she defended me when I was at my lowest after losing my daughter, she loved my kids as they were her grandkids, she always had someone laughing or when she was with her sister my mom Mary we knew it was trouble lol…I will miss her loud laugh and voice in general love you so much

Sylvia Snook posted on 10/6/21

God Bless

Pat Porter posted on 10/6/21

Benny was a gift to work with and to know. The 34years I knew Benny I always Respected him, he will be missed.

Maria G vargas posted on 10/6/21

Se me fue mi amiga hermosa Dios ña tenga en su santa gloria siempre la Recordare como wlla hera una buena persona y Sonriente la voy a extrañar mi mas sentido pesame a toda su Familia Dios les de mucha fortaleza

Sandra Solis posted on 10/6/21

She was my mom's best friend. She came to San Antonio to visit my mom as she battled cancer. When my mom lost her battle she gave us kids the most wonderful memories of her and my mom growing up. My mom cared for her dearly. May she rest in peace.

Shelly Coronado posted on 10/6/21

My deepest prayers and condolences too the family. Going to miss you personally and all your jokes. Very beautiful lady n heart. Love you

Julio Granizo posted on 10/6/21

Our warm & most sincere condolences for you & family, Jimmy.

Julio Granizo posted on 10/6/21

Our condolences from our family to yours, Jimmy. I know Dad left many impressionable memories that you will cherish forever. Our heart-felt prayers go out.to you guys. Best regards.

Don and Virginia Fabas posted on 10/5/21

Rebecca was such a beautiful, most caring and giving person we have ever met. When my husband and I had different surgeries she would be over here with food. We would tell her we did not need but would not take no . We would share with others what she gave us. We will miss her beautiful smiling face. She was a Godly woman and a woman to aspire to be. Our prayers to the family. RIP Teach. We will miss you.

Christine Ayala posted on 10/5/21

Missing you already my my first grandchild missing hearing your voice every week will you called to see if I needed anything done gone from home but never from my heart we will see you soon love Tita

David Hooper posted on 10/4/21

I am deeply saddened by your loss. Wishing you peace during the difficult days ahead.

Jolene Sherwin posted on 10/4/21

Matt was my favorite boyfriend, I'll miss his smile and his pranks the most. There's not a day that goes by that I don't think of him. We've lost a great person. My heart goes out to his family and his son. I'll always love him, rest in peace Matt

Elton and Deborah Hankins posted on 10/4/21

Ellen Hooper was a sweet and caring person. Always showing her faith with prayers. Rest In Peace in God’s arms.

April Rose Previti posted on 10/3/21

Dearest RoseAlthough we didn’t see each other much or talk to each other throughout the years (due to moving from the military), you and your family were always in my thoughts. I will never forget that you were the first person who babysat my baby girl Maya. I will never forget you making the best doubled baked potatoes I have ever had. I made it once but it wasn’t nearly as good. It’s because you made yours with love. I will never forget the laughs we shared. When we went to one of the FRC/ASD Christmas party together I remember us being bored together but we still made it fun cuz you are such a fun person to be around. I promise that if we ever get stationed to where Mark and the kids are, my family will be there for them. Whenever I celebrate my birthday, I promise I will be thinking of you cuz we always said April babies are the best. Until we meet again my friend. Rest in Heaven. You will never be forgotten.

Jeanne de paz robles posted on 10/3/21

My prayer are with you all

Jeanne de paz robles posted on 10/3/21

My prayer are with your family

Gemma Llerena Delin posted on 10/3/21

We will miss you rose...

Bobby Veliz posted on 10/3/21

I was never able to met Rose but all I heard were great things about her. She will be missed.

Susie Sanchez posted on 10/2/21

I met Rose at Pechanga Resort Casino where I worked with Mark .She always had a smile no matter what RIPRose

Leslie Green posted on 10/2/21

I am so sorry I had so much fun with Matthelping him out his bikes together even if I didn't know what I was doing he would try and teach me

Donna & Jimmy posted on 10/2/21

Sandy, you were our family.we will miss you so much. We know you are rejoicing with all your family in heaven. J.R. and kids , we are praying fir peace and God's strength and grace in the days ahead. Our love and prayers are with you.

Joseph Buckley Monroe posted on 10/2/21

You were a blessing to me and my family. You accepted me as part of the church family when I didn't have no other church family to go to. About comfort and joy to my heart every time I heard you sing and played the tambourine during church services. Sister Sandra you will always hold a place in my heart and you will always be remembered by the Monroe family be with the father because now you'll be able to see your mother and father and have great joy with them .

DJ Lyons posted on 10/2/21

Gone too soon but never forgotten. Sending love and prayers to family and friends.

Tena Wilson posted on 10/2/21

A wonderful son, father and many friends. His family loved him dearly and he will never be forgotten. Loving wishes to his family and friends.

Kay McComb posted on 10/1/21

May God comfort you all - Toni, Steve, & the family. Sending my prayers and love

Teresa R Yordy posted on 10/1/21

Sandy, You were a sweet sister n law for many years, and a sweet friend all my life. Thank you for always being so good to me. Praying for me, and loving me. I will miss you and love you forever.!!! Teresa Yordy

Kathleen Cruz posted on 10/1/21

All of you are in my heart and prayers.

Loraine Terry Ellison posted on 10/1/21

I’ll miss you sweet sister, see you in the rapture! ❤️

Bobbi posted on 10/1/21

so sorry JR, Randy, & Jason for the loss of your mother. I certainly feel your pain you are all in my prayers and thoughts.

Tammy Dakan posted on 10/1/21

RIP Dustin. My prayers are with your family.

Patricia posted on 10/1/21

You will be very missed. Love you

Matias Duenas posted on 10/1/21

Rest among the angels on the highest mountain. I love you cousin. Miss you until we meet again

Big Mike posted on 10/1/21

Rest in paradise D. Saying prayers for you and your family.

Alisa Stokes posted on 9/30/21

It was a pleasure to know her....I got to do her hair from time to time....she was so much fun....her and Sandy too....they would come get perms....and we would hav alot of fun catching up....prayers to the family..

Sam & Pauline Estrada posted on 9/30/21

My sincere condolences to Janis and family. I have wonderful memories on our trip to Italy. He was the life of the party, always making us laugh and making sure everyone had a great time. What a wonderful person! He will be greatly missed.

Gloria Matassa posted on 9/30/21

With deepest sympathy and prayers for Janis and all family and friends. Frank was such a wonderful man and had such a great sense of humor. He will be missed by all who ever knew him.

Beverly posted on 9/30/21

I loved Sandra we talked everything I went into horses supply she was very down to earth and very sweet..I will iss her

Sandi Rewers posted on 9/30/21

I'm so sorry for the loss of your father. Please accept my heartfelt sympathies during this difficult time. My thoughts and prayers are with of you and your Family.

Teonna posted on 9/30/21

I hope your family find peace at this unexpected time my he be there every step of the way still loving & protecting you

Lee McShane posted on 9/29/21

Cathie, Teri, Lynanne and Barb, I'm so sorry to hear about the passing of your dad. I hope you find peace and comfort in the memories of the good times you shared. Sending my love to you all...

Jimmy Earnest Stuart posted on 9/29/21

You left us, but it seems like you are still here.

Jimmy Earnest Stuart posted on 9/29/21

There is an empty space in my heart, but the memories of MY 73 years will keep you safe.

Rose and Cliff Roote posted on 9/29/21

To my cousins, i am so sorry for your loss. Russ was a great cousin and I will always hold fond memories of him close to my heart. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time, God bless,

Don Semple posted on 9/29/21

To Teri and family. I am deeply sorry for your loss. It is in these moments we realize just how precious time is, we take for granted that our loved ones will always be there. Russell was quite a unique person. I loved his Eastern baroque and that fedora he sported. He was the only person I met that put honey in his coffee. He and I went to get our hair cut once, I recall him saying, I am sure Gale isn’t here, she doesn’t like it this sort. I told him to put the hat on, no one will notice. After reading the obituary, I wish I would have asked more questions . What a novel his life story would make. He will be missed and definitely not forgotten. He was and is a blessing to you all. Godspeed to the family, may the Good Lord send a host of angels to comfort you all.

Peggy Basara posted on 9/29/21

So sorry for your loss. Russ was a great man. He helped us built our home. He will always be in our hearts. RIP Russ.

Kelli D Brandjes posted on 9/29/21

Sir Russell, While I’ve not seen you in a few decades, I can distinctly hear your stern voice press out,“THERESA!” Yeah. ~insert fun sigh here~ That’s usually how you exclaimed your sincere approving pride to is as we ALWAYS made such fabulous choices!! Wink wink.You opened your home and heart to me while you raised your own girls who also opened their homes and hearts to me. You were outnumbered and drowning in estrogen but maintained your masculine role. Thank you for raising Teri to be who she is. Through her, your memory will always be cherished and memorialized with Bekah, Marcella, and Amy.I know where you are, now, (said Russell never of me and Teri in high school!!!) and your messages of comfort for her have brought peace. Rock on with those awesome mountains you now soar over and keep your eye on Teri and Bekah. I’m joyful knowing that you, Mom, Dad, Walter, Dejana, and Pops are all peacefully making fun of us sharing stories!!!Love eternally,Kelli B

Vicki Dailey posted on 9/29/21

So sorry for your loss - hugs to you and your family

Jaki posted on 9/29/21

Barb and Family, So sorry for your loss. Our prayers are for your comfort. The Thomas Family

Larry Jr posted on 9/29/21

Rest easy, Grandpop! I'm glad Lisa and I got to spend time together with you and enjoy each others company while visiting our home. I'll cherish that moment and all the other moments we've had. Until we meet again... Love, Larry Jr and Lisa

Russell Sturgill posted on 9/29/21

Rest in Piece Grandpop I will miss and cherish the times you came over during the milestones of my life and your unwavering support on whatever I do, I miss you already and I love you

Sean Sturgill posted on 9/29/21

Grand-pop you always maintained your mysterious way's, I could never quite figure you out always wondering who you were. Especially watching you work your ham radios and Morse code machine while watching the smoke of your cigarette float in the air. You were such a bada** to me and will be missed greatly by all of us. You always showed me what hard work was when you directed us to pick up sticks in the huge yard you use to have in Jessup Maryland. I know I complained a lot about it at the time, but looking back at it, you showed me how to suck it up and to keep moving (hard work). I know we lost our ways as we grew older, but I’m sure with more time we would have figured it out. I love you Grand-pop thanks for playing with Pantelis like you did, he will always remember his water gun fight with you. May you fly high with the angels and continue to watch over us. I Love You,You’re Grandchild Sean Sturgill

Alex Jiminez posted on 9/29/21

A great cousin, always laughing. Lite up a room when he came and always had a good time, life of the party. I will always remember his smile and zest for life.

Stephanie Spencer posted on 9/29/21

Ann, Diane and extended family.I am so sorry for your loss. I know how much everyone loved him.I only met you once,Ann, but I knew how special your love for each other was and how brave Eddy and you have both been along with the rest of the family during this time. You all will keep him in your memories and hearts until you meet again. He was an extraordinary man and will be sorely missed by all of us. Love to all.

Jeff Smith posted on 9/29/21

Went to high school with him graduated in 69 with him...saw him at the 50th reunion... we were very good friends in high school he will be greatly missed. So sorry for your loss blessings to you all.

Jeff Smith posted on 9/29/21

Went to high school with him at sunset we were very good friends, so I'm at the 50th death not long ago had a great time So sorry for your loss the Bison family will grieve I can assure you that.

Willie and Dyana Barron posted on 9/29/21

Our deepest condolences and sympathies are with the Richardson Family. May God draw you near and comfort you during this difficult time.

Keith Eichenberger posted on 9/28/21

Love ya mom.

Pam Chenault posted on 9/28/21

Steve may you Rest In Peace. Prayers for the Rogers family

Frank Valerio posted on 9/28/21

I always new him as losoya. He always kept us laughing. We served at 26 station for a few years.

Edgar & Gerri Cabanayan posted on 9/28/21

Our sincere condolences to you and the family. We hope and pray that you and the family will have strength during this time of loss. Young was kind hearted and she always thought of others before herself. She will be missed. May she rest in peace.

Javier and Alex Enriquez posted on 9/27/21

My sincere condolences Channie and family. Young was such a beautiful soul and always willing to help anyone in need. She taught me so much and I will never forget her. I am blessed that I got to spend time with both of you.

Mitzy Fernandez posted on 9/27/21

My condolences to Channie and family

Sue Lewis Clark posted on 9/27/21

My condolences and prayers go forward to Young's love onesMy heart was saddened when I heard of her passing she was always such a sweet kind beautiful ladyMay she rest peacefully in God's heavenly paradise another angel got her wings

Steve Simpson posted on 9/27/21

My condolences to Young's family and friends. Prayers you find peace and comfort in her memories.

Kristin Nolder posted on 9/27/21

Sylvia, my heart is shattered along with yours! I pray that God will give you peace and strength through this incredibly difficult time. All my love, always!!

Holly Thompson posted on 9/26/21

I first met you over 20+ years ago. You were always a kind hearted person and you deserved so much more than what this world gave you. You are greatly missed

Holly Thompson posted on 9/26/21

I first met you over 20+ years ago. You were always a kind hearted person and you deserved so much more than what this world gave you. You are greatly missed ️

Renee Speck posted on 9/26/21

Leaton was my cousin and I had spoken to him several times regarding the Clark genealogy. I always enjoyed our conversations. My father was James Milton Clark and James Gilbert Clark was my grandfather. I will miss our conversations.

Patricia Pague posted on 9/26/21

MaryLou no we will meet in Heaven . Enjoyed the time we had on earth . My daughter Wendi and Cheryl were friends. Good neighbors , glad we had tea together . Also opened your home for a beautiful wedding shower for Wendi never forget your love and kindness. . Love you till we meet agin . ❤️✝️❤️

Baldemar Estrella posted on 9/26/21

I’ll always remember Kyle as someone who knew no stranger. When we first met as coworkers working for AT&T it felt like working with someone I knew for a long time. I immediately realized how much we had in common so it was no surprise we became friends. We shared an interest in sports, guns and being surrounded by friends. The hunting trips, visits to the gun shows and boxing/UFC fight nights are things I will miss. What I’ll miss the most is sharing a phone call full of laughter and chatting about the brisket or ribs we smoked last weekend. My condolences to Maddison and all of his family and friends.

Ann Vo posted on 9/26/21

I will always remember your genuine laughter. RIP Kyle

Charde Woods posted on 9/26/21

I remember working with Kyle during my career at Verizon!!! He was an AMAZING coworker and even better friend. I remember he LOVED the Nestle Tollhouse cookies from Target. I will always and forever cherish the memories we had!! Rest well my friend!!!

Anne Runyan posted on 9/25/21

Sylvia, I am so sorry for your loss. Dennis and I send our deepest sympathies. Prayers for you and your family.

Theresa Roberts posted on 9/25/21

Kyle was and will will remain our son. He was one of a kind with a heart of gold. To know him was to love him. I have often said as a mother with grown kids. The most reassuring and pride you can feel is to know that your kids are settled and living their best life with their soul mates. He loved our Maddie with his whole great big heart and now there is an angel watching over her from above.

Henry and Pat Bell posted on 9/25/21

Our deepest sympathy to the family. May Gods grace and mercy be with you during this time.

Brigitte Uvette Harris posted on 9/25/21

I remember when Aunt Young saw my son for the first time. She held him in her arms while singing to him. She was was a gentle soul that I was so blessed to have in my life. I will always love and cherish you Aunt Young Richardson

Lynne Buchanan posted on 9/25/21

Rest in peace, Joy. Michelle and I loved you! You took excellent care of Michelle for the first three years of her life while I worked! You were placed in my life for a reason!

Angela Brandon posted on 9/25/21

Thank you for love, laughs and memories

Wendi Randall Daniels posted on 9/25/21

Cheryl and I are childhood friends and I remember Mrs. Thompson as a beautiful southern bell. I grew up in California and when I moved to Texas and went over to the Thompson’s I just loved the whole family. Their home was beautifully decorated and the their home was filled with laughter. Big Mr & Mrs Thompson always welcomed me with the Southern hospitality and I loved how they always shared Christ. I loved being around them and Cheryl.

Karen Jones posted on 9/24/21

Young was fun and kind to everyone. We had many laughs at March AFB. So sorry to hear of her passing.

Alan Summers posted on 9/24/21

My mother Wanda Summers was a dear friend and was very sad to hear the news but knows she is at a far greater place now! Will donate in lieu of flowers.

Steven Cecil posted on 9/24/21

Kyle was the best friend a person could have. I met him in 7th grade and we became best friend. We hung out nearly every day. We worked our first jobs together and I just have so many great memories with him. I remember standing in his driveway the day he left for Texas. I thought we would probably lose touch after that, but thankfully we did not! Every time I saw him it was like he never left! It's hard to find friend like that. He was my best man at my wedding, became friends with my wife, my kids loved him. I still check my phone everyday halfway expecting to see a message from him. He was a blessing to everyone who knew him. I'm glad we got to spend some time together not too long ago, I could tell he was so happy. You will be greatly missed bud, until we see eachother again, goodbye for now...

Shanna Pool posted on 9/24/21

My heart and prayers are with you. I still cannot believe that he’s really gone. He’ll truly be missed.

Dani , Darryl and Jordan Woodhurst posted on 9/24/21

Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Julia Espinoza-Barron posted on 9/23/21

Daddy.... there isn't a memory that doesn't contain happy and beautiful moments. I will always love you and will miss you terribly. I'm so blessed to know that God gave me the perfect daddy! Your love for all of us was simply unconditional. There are so many things you taught me, but one I hope to instill in my children and grandchildren is to remain humble, love unconditional and to always forgive so that we have peace in out hearts. I will miss you.... see you later daddy.

Erica and Henderson Brenner posted on 9/23/21

You have our sincere condolences, our deepest sympathies and our unending love.

Paul Thomas posted on 9/23/21

It was our great pleasure to get to know Sheila in these last years. She was a wonderful and encouraging presence at our weekly worship services at the Kindred. She will be missed by many, but what a joy to know of her perfect worship now with all the congregation above! Praying for Tom and all the family, Paul and Venus

Jan and Teresa Walters posted on 9/23/21

We do not know what God has planned for our lives, but we do know that He keeps His promise to love, comfort, and strengthen us through every trial in our lives. We know not what was in His plans for Kyle, but we do know he is at the feet of Jesus and we hold tight to a promised reunion. Kyle, you were a kind, loving and strong young man that will truly be missed by your family and friends. We love you and we will love your precious bride Maddison, as our own.

Paula Smith posted on 9/23/21

My prayers are with your family

Mary Pemberton (and Gordon Gough) posted on 9/22/21

We grieve with you and feel your loss. Our prayer is that you will find comfort in God's presence.

Jillian posted on 9/22/21

So sorry for your loss I can’t believe this is real.

Angel Mustard posted on 9/22/21

So sorry for your loss. Many prayers to all his family and friends. God Bless each of you. His cousin, Lindsay Fish, has said so many wonderful things about him to us.

Duskey Family posted on 9/22/21

Kyle was an amazing person, friend and neighbor. My kids adored him and we always looked forward to seeing him and catching up on life. We always loved sharing food with each other and talking about what we were cooking on our flat top grills. Kyle is definitely missed and made a huge impact on our lives. We are blessed to have known him. Maddie, we are sending our deepest condolences to you. We are always here for you and the fur babies.

Tom Tafoya posted on 9/21/21

Having known Phil the better part of 10 years he remained dedicated to his passions up till the end. I had the privilege to spend a few hours with Phil the end of August. We talked of all the things we had in common as always. Phil told me of many places he had been to and things he had seen. He remained dedicated to the very last minute I am sure. Good Bless the family and friends. Sincerely Tom Tafoya

Matt Pajor “MP” posted on 9/21/21

I was one of Phil’s many athlete friends on the Strava app. I regret not having had the opportunity for us to meet in person, but for the past several years, Phil was a persistent runner and rider who inspired me by his example, and taught me a few new routes I still ride and enjoy to this day. I will miss very much my dear friend Phil, will always be grateful for the kind support he extended to me. My most sincere condolences to Susan and the entire family.

Carla Bennett-Bryson posted on 9/21/21

Kristi and the entire Shelton Family. I was sad and shocked to learn about the passing of your dad. Please except my condolences during this difficult time. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Carla

Asia Jones posted on 9/21/21

I didn’t really know Mr. Clark personally but he was so helpful ! The love and values instilled are apparent in this beautiful family. What a great man. I love you all may God give peace in this time.

Korey Ferguson posted on 9/21/21

May God Bless the whole family during this tough time and allow you to remember the good times even in this sorrow filled loss. Phil was the greatest best friends dad I know. I remember him helping me and my dad build a small boat for a class project, I remember sneaking on his computer to play ace fighter, and I remember us all going fishing together. I’m thinking and praying for all of you.

Steven and Ruth Ashlock posted on 9/21/21

Sending prayers for comfort and peace.

Paula Vasquez posted on 9/21/21

Sorry for your loss.. May she Rest In Peace

Wendy Espinoza posted on 9/21/21

Heaven gained an angel.. Isaac will surely be missed. ❤️I pray for all those who are mourning. Father, help them know that you are near to the broken-hearted & you are the source of all comfort. May You consume them in your love, mercy, strength and grace. May they lean on You & feel your presence in Jesus mighty name. Amen ❤️

Daniel Yokley posted on 9/21/21

I loved Gary we had so much in common we both loved our family’s and loved being grandpas and papas loved it when we could all could get together we will be together again someday my ole buddy and friend

paul and mary wright posted on 9/20/21

We are so sorry you have our deepest sympathy she was always such a beautiful person we know she will really be missed to all the family we love you

Gina to posted on 9/20/21

You will be missed Dad

Gina, Rey, Andy and Charlette posted on 9/20/21

You will be missed Dad

Gina, Rey, Andy and Charlette ❤️ posted on 9/20/21

You will be missed Dad

Guillermo & Ida Rea ...Victoria Morales posted on 9/20/21

I wanted so much to be there for Mr. Espinoza, I have known him since I was little. He was a gentleman and care person who always asked about us, my parents, my brothers or me. He always had a beautiful smile that I will personally miss. You are with the Angel's now and you will always have a place in our hearts forever. Sending prayers to all the family and hugs.

Diana Echols posted on 9/20/21

Neil (Bhudda) was my trainer. He was patient and a good teacher. He was also funny. I respected him greatly and am very sad to hear of his passing.

JACK O. LEWIS LEWIS Gearldine posted on 9/20/21

Isacc was our neighbor and the best. We had laughs watching him eat those hot peppers. He is singing with the Lord.

Isaac and Dolores Espinoza posted on 9/19/21

Your son and I will miss you so much, we will always have that special place in our hearts in memory of you ❤️

Eva Armijo posted on 9/19/21

My most deepest condolences to each of you! Isaac was a beautiful person whom always welcomed you with an open Heart! I will always remember his gentle and caring ways! Love, tia Eva

Cindy Tucker posted on 9/19/21

I’m so sorry for your loss - Terry was a good man and was always kind to me - always asking if I’m doing Ok? Thoughts and prayers are with All of you !

Joe Espinoza posted on 9/19/21

Condolences to the family, my Tio Isaac this is Joe Espinoza from Ketchikan Alaska, I will sure miss him!!!

Lydia Canales posted on 9/18/21

Jason and JoshI am so sorry for Your Loss...Your Family has Always been so Good too Everyone in Lake Worth. And to our Family too. I know that Mikey, Kerry and Jeremy are watching over you from the gates of Heaven. And at Peace together until we all meet again.May God Wrap His Arms around you And Give you Strength thru this difficult time...Love you Boys.

Lucy and Jesse Rivera posted on 9/18/21

We will miss you Dad!!Love yall!!

Alma Castoreno posted on 9/18/21

Ryan you will be missed for your many voices, like your impression of the three stooges. The halls are now silenced without you there. Keep smiling Rest in Peace. Condolences to the family.

April Miske posted on 9/17/21

Ryan will be missed deeply. Always smiling! Our deepest condolences to the family.

Teresa Elliott posted on 9/17/21

When I married Dewayne we were late to the church because I was helping Herman fix his hair his job was to get me to the church on time. We are cousins but he was a brother also!

Christine Rivera posted on 9/17/21

His smile and humor will be very much missed at TCC NW Campus! Prayers for the family.

Gordon Hill posted on 9/17/21

I enjoyed working with Ryan in the maintenance shop for the last few years may you rest in peace

Dawn Struble posted on 9/17/21

My condolences to the family. I worked with Carolyn at the Ellwood City Hospital for many years. She was one of the nicest people I've ever met.

Linda L Wise posted on 9/17/21

Ryan was a wonderful colleague and friend and I will miss him very much. He and I worked at two different campuses together and I admired his dedication to his job, his vast knowledge of football, and more importantly, his tremendous love for the Lord.

Karen Johnson posted on 9/17/21

Ryan was a kind person with a wonderful sense of humor. He made our time at work more enjoyable and he will truly be missed. I am so sorry for your loss.

Carol Machek posted on 9/17/21

Fly High with the Angels Herman Dean

Brenda Palmer posted on 9/17/21

My love is with you all during this difficult time.

Joseph Gonzalez posted on 9/17/21

We at Tarrant County College, Northwest Campus, would like to give our deepest sympathy to all the family. Ryan was a wonderful co-worker and friend to so many throughout our district. His sense of humor, his kindness, and his dedication will be missed.

Rick Moore posted on 9/17/21

I'm sorry for your loss. I have only known Ryan for about a year and a half. It was a pleasure to get to know him. He will be missed.

Brenda Gray posted on 9/17/21

Robyn you and your family are in my prayers hadn't seen Herman since he hung out with James and Debbie Rosamond but he was a good guy and always being funny. RIP

Aurora Gerhardt posted on 9/16/21

Till we meet again brother

Alvin Amador posted on 9/16/21

See you later brother

Gary Anderson posted on 9/16/21

Herman did love large, always happy and would help anyone RIP my friend

Ryan Jordan posted on 9/16/21

I am so sorry for your loss, Ryan will truly be missed.

Rick Barreras posted on 9/16/21

Rest in peace my friend. Thier was nothing he would not do for a friend.

Betty pruett , Rowland. Wish I could have been there. She was a lovely woman. I know she will be missed posted on 9/16/21

Iam so sorry for your loss.

Tony and Tracy posted on 9/16/21

Herman was one of a kind, will be missed by all

Rebecca Hovland posted on 9/15/21

Prayers for peace and comfort!

Coralee Hillery posted on 9/15/21

I have known Herman for 34 years. I was 16 when I met him. He was a guardian angel for this wild child. He will be missed! My thoughts and prayer to his family. He was so proud of them. The last time I talked to him he just bragged about his family, each and everyone of them❤️

Steve Bryson posted on 9/15/21

Hadn't seen Herman in decades but I remember him well. May he rest in peace. Condolences to the family.

Liz Ryan posted on 9/15/21

Cullowhee High School

Tina Davis posted on 9/15/21

I was a guard at the business Herman picked loads up at. He always had a joke to tell or a picture to share of his grandson. He was so proud of his grandson. He was a great friend to myself and my husband.

Johnny Frady posted on 9/15/21

Herman Dean u will b missed. Always liked u for not being afraid to walk with your NC Hillbilly outlaw ways.

Lynn and Mark Clemens posted on 9/15/21

May you Rest In Peace

Marian Keyes posted on 9/15/21

I was Mr. Clark's neighbor for more than 30 years. He was the very first person to welcome me to the neighborhood. My sincere condolences to his family.

Shirley Proctor posted on 9/15/21

Rest in Peace sweet friend....we had so much fun in the good old days...later in life our paths went different directions however we stayed in.touch..Your smile your kindness your love for everyone was infectious....you would.do anything for anybodyI will miss you....our drinking times..our trips...our Friday's with the gang...Heaven is a beautiful place..❣❣❣

Vonnie Kohn posted on 9/15/21

I am so sorry for your loss, Mary, & family. I will always regard Dale with very fond memories connected to the Weatherford Art Association. Love & Prayers

Armando Madrigal posted on 9/14/21

Me and my grandfather would stay up late and play Xbox all night, we rode bikes together and would love to watch animated movies with me. He was a strong but kind hearted husband, father, and the best grandfather God could bless a grandchild with. I love him very much and will miss him everyday.

Armando Madrigal posted on 9/14/21

Me and my grandfather would stay up late playing Xbox , we rode bikes together at night around the block. My grandpa could brighten up my day just by hearing his voice. I’ll miss him very much. He was a kind hearted person who always had a smile on his face.

Kenya Louise Mitchell posted on 9/13/21

Sending our love and prayers to each and every one of you. So sorry for your loss. Rest easy Papa Ray.

Danette Craig-Webb posted on 9/13/21

Gayle was a truly amazing and courageous woman. I only had the privilege of knowing her since December of 2020. She was truly a special person, and she will never be forgotten. Her legacy lives on.

Danette Craig-Webb posted on 9/13/21

My sincerest and deepest condolences to Gayle's family and friends. Gayle was a sweet and amazing woman. I was priviledged to know her since December of 2020, and she touched my life in a very special way. She will be remembered fondly.

Kathy Smith posted on 9/12/21

Linda and my Mom, Val Morris Harris, have been friends for a lifetime. The ladies that loved red, loved to laugh and talk on the phone forever. Robert and family we send all our love, hugs and prayers to you and are sorry we couldn’t be there but too soon after Moms. Linda and Mom are sitting in Heaven holding hands and probably talking too loud now. Love you all

Brian Coutts posted on 9/12/21

Linda was a very kind soul and was always willing to help others. I'll always remember her kind voice and words of advice and encouragement. Linda truly made this world a better place. I'm thankful to have known her. She will be missed, but never forgotten...

TAMMY FALGOUT posted on 9/12/21

Love you Dad, you will be missed. Mary and I know you are in a better place and no longer struggling or as you used to say circling the drain.

Joy Mendez posted on 9/12/21

With deepest sympathy to family and friends of Gayle’s. She was one of the nicest people I knew. I always looked forward to catching up with her when I saw the Lake people which wasn’t often enough. She will be deeply missed by all her many friends and family. May she Rest In Peace.

Darla Strickland posted on 9/11/21

I’m so sorry for your loss! My deepest condolences to you and your family

Tamara Huff posted on 9/11/21

I will always be thankful for all the great times we had together at Jimmy Buffet concerts in Vegas, & Texas, camping at the race track, the river, the ocean and our bike rides, and the great times just hanging out. I hold her dear in my heart forever and ever!!

Brenda Hall Voss posted on 9/11/21

My sweet sister left this Earth on the Wings of an angel. Heart broken to Lose her I know she is no longer suffering with pain. I have my memories to keep in my Heart. Love you my sister for always.... Brenda

Julie Pellam posted on 9/11/21

Tennis was a very happy and loving man, his love for Christ and his wife Sue (his buddy) was very evident to those who knew him well. He was funny too and always found a way to make you feel joyful and better about yourself by the time you left. I will miss him!

Mark Nies posted on 9/11/21

Sue, just saw your husbands obit in the Fargo Forum web site. So sorry for your loss and condolences to you and the rest of his family.

Timothy A Ingebretson posted on 9/11/21

I thought of you today but that is nothing new, I thought of you yesterday and will tomorrow too. I think of you in silence and make no outward show for what it meant to lose you only those who love you know. Remembering you is easy I do it every day. It's the heartache of losing you that will never go away. In memory of my brother Tennis E. Ingebretson

MELISSA MCGEE posted on 9/11/21

Our deepest condolences to your family. Your dad is leaving a great legacy. Our prayers are with all of you.

Debra Shaw posted on 9/10/21

I remember times that Tina and I would come and spend time at your house when we were kids. And listening to you and grandpa Wolff playing diamonoes and speaking in german. I know you are now in heaven with our Lord and our live ones. Give them hugs. One day meet again. Love you Uncle.

G.P Martin posted on 9/10/21

I knew Mike for 60 years and we had many experiences and adventures together .I will miss him and think of him always.May God bless him and keep him.He is together with his wife Kerry and son Jeremy and all is well now.

Starlene & Allen posted on 9/10/21

We know that no matter what, you will always be with us even when life separates us. We will know that it is only your soul saying goodbye to your body, but your spirit will be with us always. When we see a bird chirping on a nearby branch, we will know it is you singing to us. When a butterfly brushes gently by, we will know it is you assuring us that you are free and happy. When the gentle fragrance of a flower catches our attention, we will know it is you reminding us to appreciate the simple things in life. When we hear the patter of rain on a window, we will hear your words reminding us that you are doing well. Without the rain, trees and flowers can not grow or bloom. Without life's challenges, we can not grow strong. We will always remember your endless love for family. When we think of the mountains and their majesty and magnificence, we will always remember your courage and love for this country. No matter where we are, your spirit will always be beside us. For we know that no matter what, you will be with us all forever. Love you big brother and will forever miss you. Starlene & Allen

David Beattie posted on 9/10/21

I remember when we used to meet up at Jeff Davis park in Fort Worth. Mikey had a rope tied to the back of a small dirt bike. I think it may even have had training wheels on it. His boys would jump on and crack the throttle while he would hold tight to the rope so they couldn’t get away from him.

F. Angeline Hoovestol posted on 9/10/21

We were out one evening and coming home hungary, no restaurants were open, pulled into a pizza place that had already locked up, Tennis knocked on door and amazingly came back with pizza!! He was a persuder of special talents in communication!!

Brenda Wolff-Freeman posted on 9/10/21

Im sure there are other memories I could come up with, but the most recent is the way Uncle would tell me how the "cow eats the cabbage" if I posted something on Facebook that he didn't agree with. Lol, we bantered back and forth, but we would say love you, eventually. Lol and!!! One huge thing we had in common was our support for the "Trumpster". I love you Uncle and will miss bantering with you. Give loves to my Daddy and rest well in the arms of Jesus!! Brenda Kay

Mary A Williamson posted on 9/10/21

Condolences and R.I.P. to a good friend, a good artist, a good husband and a good dad to three pups. Thoughts and prayers to Mary,and our lives were better for knowing him.He will be missed. Love, Mary, Matt and family.

Brooxie Bryant posted on 9/10/21

Nanny, I am so sorry to hear about your Moms' passing. I know that she will be dearly missed by all. We love you Nanny Donna.

Jerry & Lisa Powell posted on 9/9/21

She will be very missed. We were so blessed to have known her. She and Clyde never turned down the opportunity to help other’s in need and I know they have many blessings stored in heaven that they now can enjoy together. We will all meet again, soon. Love to the family. Our prayers are with you.

Andrea Lanier Kyle posted on 9/9/21

Robert, Craig, Christa and family - My heart is so very sad about Linda's death. She was such a Sweetheart - and had a Sweet and Loving Heart! I will never forget after Robert's sermons, Linda joining him as they walked hand in hand to the back of the church. She was so very loving and caring when mine and my siblings Mother was leaving this Earth for the Other side. I have many precious memories of her and will never forget her. Mine and Joe's thoughts and prayers are with you all at this challenging and difficult time. I know that she had a tremendous impact on many people's lives with her kindness. God Bless and Comfort You All! With Love to you all!

Marty Lanier Hoag posted on 9/8/21

Linda was a beloved and wonderful person. I knew she and Robert when my children were small. We met again when their hospice service cared for my mother in her final days. There will be many stars in this beautiful soul's crown!

Carolyn Autry posted on 9/8/21

Sorry to hear of Linda’s passing. Prayers for all her family.

Joel Chusid posted on 9/8/21

Linda worked with me at AMR for several years. I remember her very well. She got along with everyone and was a pleasure to be around. I hadn't seen her in several years regrettably, but I won't forget her. I'm pleased to see she is surrounded by family. My memories of Linda are a blessing.

Thanet Flint posted on 9/8/21

I worked with Linda at American Airlines in the Marketing Department of American Eagle. Because our whole department was very close-knit, we will miss her so much. We all had so many good times together! We also all shared sorrows. Linda and Robert are especially important to me - their love and support helped me through my husband's final illness. Robert conducted his memorial service. Linda touched so many lives. I know she will rest well. I'm sending my love and deepest condolences to Robert and all of the Bostick family.

Daniel Heath posted on 9/8/21

I had the pleasure of working with Linda at American Airlines for a number of years. She quickly became a good friend of not only myself but of my family and my co-workers. I read she was called the Office Mom at one job. She definitely was ours and was always there to guide us, be an example of a genuinely good person, and to regal us with stories and her humor. And her great laugh! How we all laughed at her tales of her Las Vegas experiences and we all still laugh out loud at some of her wonderful sayings and "Linda-isms". Our personal histories often intertwined, born in the same hospital, very familiar with west Texas, and she even remembers the minister who married my parents. She often said that one day we'd find out we truly are cousins. I didn't need that "someday" because Linda was already my family. Robert, grandkids, and all of Linda's family - you had an amazing woman as matriarch of your family and I'll also consider it a blessing that our paths crossed in life. Love and hugs from the Heath family.

David Gronke posted on 9/8/21

I know Gary will be sorely missed, not just from me, but everyone he came in contact with, especially his coworkers here at CXI TruckingI've known Gary since his days at G&G and the friendship we developed in the industry grew in many forms, including our spirituallity.He would never tire talking about his foundness of his family, Lill, his children especially grandchildren, but most importantly his faith he shared with Lill.Godspeed Gary

GREG AND EVELYN MCMAHON posted on 9/7/21

Very sorry to hear of Bill's Passing! Bill brought me to Texas, and we worked together at Royal Tech. With Bill Hagen. He actually worked with me and my wife Evelyn!! Bill used to watch our dog Buddy, while we were away!

Frankie Fruge posted on 9/6/21

AND HIS OTHER DAUGHTER TANYA ROBERTSON

Annie posted on 9/6/21

Always with me safe in my heart

Mike Estes posted on 9/5/21

Sandy- Karen and I want to wish you a quick and complete recovery from your illness. We are saddened that David wasn’t able to survive his illness in spite of all the efforts by medical professionals and the prayers of his family and friends. We wish you and your children and grandchildren fond memories of David. He was truly a kind and caring man.

Kathy jordan posted on 9/5/21

Met Gary years ago at lamplighter church and instinctively truly loved his smile and sense of humorThe most important thing I remember is that he always told me a joke every Sunday A beautiful man in every way heaven gained someone very special You will always be in my thoughts Kathy

Aunt Pat posted on 9/4/21

Wow what a beautiful woman!!!

Angie Mungle posted on 9/4/21

So sorry for your loss.

Martha Pressly Wilson posted on 9/4/21

Tried calling Chris today, wanted to wish her a happy early birthday. Unfortunately I found the phone disconnected. Chris was my SIL for many years and the four of us had many fun vacations together. My brother, Jimmy, loved her dearly. He couldn’t live with her and couldn’t live without her. They were a match made in heaven. I had the pleasure to love them both. I will miss our good times. You two Rest In Peace together now.

Judy Goble posted on 9/4/21

Gary was one of the most Godly man i knew he loved unconditionally i will miss my friend

Kay (Belt) Goar posted on 9/4/21

Bill, I just learned of Diane’s passing in a letter from Marilyn. I am so sorry for your loss. She was always such a sweet person.

Joyce Pope posted on 9/4/21

Gary was a devoted husband , father , grand father and a friend to every one .He treated each one with respect and love from the youngest to the oldest . A happy, friendly man of God . He will be missed . He has a way of talking to every one about his savior.

Rita (Yokley) Monday posted on 9/4/21

Gary was not only our Son’s Father-in-love but our Friend. Steve and I couldn’t have asked for a better man to come alongside of Chris and to give his love and support as Chris and Danielle grew their family and life together. He accepted and loved us in some of our hard times and he accepted Steve without fault finding or condemnation. Gary has always been the Super Grandpa to our shared Grandchildren and those memories will last a lifetime. He has made a major indentation into all of our hearts ♥️ ❣️

Leslie Adams posted on 9/4/21

A better man than Gary, I have never known. He loved his wife, family and Jesus with all his heart. He was a good and faithful servant and friend. RIP Gary.

Gaspare and Jill LaDuca posted on 9/4/21

Please Rest In Peace our friend and long time neighbor Dale. May you be smiling being pain free now. God bless Mary and may He wrap His arms around you Mary and fill you with His peace and comfort.

Debbie, Sandy, Zane, Mia and Eli posted on 9/3/21

We love you and miss you Uncle Glen

Britt Norman posted on 9/3/21

What a great man he was. I Had the pleasure to work with him. Condolences to his family.♥️

Gail Nardiello Vlasek posted on 9/3/21

Anne and Jan, my dear early high school friends! I remember what an awesome artist Anne was, even as a young teenager, and how she was always so close to God. Rest In Peace, my old friend - I know you’re having the time of your (eternal) life up there! ❤️

Mary Lou Fley posted on 9/2/21

My sincere condolences to the Hazen family. I had the pleasure of working with Carolyn at the Ellwood City hospital many years ago. She was a wonderful nurse and wonderful person.

Sandra Perez posted on 9/1/21

Mrs.Jones, You will forever hold a piece of My Heart. Whenever I come to Texas to Visit,You always had the Best Hugs. I will always keep Your Blanket & Bracelet with me forever. I Love You & Mr.Jones So Much.. RIP Precious Lady

Ginny Brest posted on 9/1/21

My sympathy and prayers go out to all. I’ve known Carolyn for many years, through high school and later as a nurse. She was a wonderful friend and coworker. Rest In Peace Carolyn until we meet again.

Michele M Harding posted on 9/1/21

My deepest sympathy to the Hazen family. She was an amazing co worker and beautiful person. May her family find peace of heart.

Brenda fitts (oldest daughter) posted on 8/31/21

We love you! ❤️

Brenda fitts (oldest daughter) posted on 8/31/21

You were the greatest dad a daughter could had ever had. There are so many precious memories of our many years that we were blessed by God to have you in our lives. You believed in God, you were the Godly man who set the example for your family to follow. You taught your two little girls how to grow up and become beautiful ladies who are blessed to have a Christian husband. You were so blessed at our weddings to be able to walk us down the isle and then perform our wedding. What a memory that can never be taken away from us. You touched so many lives in your 92 yrs of life that reflect your dedication to God and your witness for him.You and mom are so blessed to have enjoyed 69.5 years of marriage and that legacy will live on with your family.We’re going to miss seeing you here in person but we know we will see you in heaven again. WE know you are watching over us and you are no longer suffering from that horrible ALZ. Thank you for being a wonderful dad and giving us many years of love, support, and being a leader in our family. We are so blessed!Psalms 23Love you - hugs ❤️❤️❤️Brenda

Teri posted on 8/31/21

Dear sweet Anne was always a songbird of the Lord with a smile and laughter that brightened the whole room. I know she is singing, smiling, and gazing at His beautiful face right now.

Sharon Bennink posted on 8/31/21

I am truly sorry for your loss. Your family will be in my thoughts and prayers during the upcoming days. I remember your family living next door to us. I remember storing some things of yours in our barn when you had the house fire. Your next door neighbor on HWY 58 with the gray house and orange buildings. Sharon Bennink

Beth and Bill Barry posted on 8/31/21

May his memory be a blessing and may he Rest In Peace. Sending prayers for comfort and peace to his family.

Rhonda Rodriguez posted on 8/31/21

Will miss her Sweetness..She love her Family deep .I pray for comfort durning these times..Always here if needed

Clint and Sandy Crockett posted on 8/31/21

David and myself did our first Scuba Dive in Cancun, Mexico and David liked it very much.. But, Sandra said to him "No more Dives for you David". We had a great time.

Rachel Gibson posted on 8/31/21

Noah was a student of mine (2001-2004) roughly…he was sometimes a pain in the neck student, but the kind of pain in the neck that you couldn’t help but like; fun, silly-hearted and good natured. I remember he came back after basic training and before he left on orders to say thank you. He was a student that probably left more of an impact on me than I did on him. We connected back up in Facebook, and I got to watch his beautiful family grow for 10+ years. When my son went to AZ for school he was sooo helpful with information even though he was leaving to head to Texas. I was hoping to head out and meet his family in person. Sadly I never got the chance. The last we chatted via messenger he asked if I could help his kids learn sign. I hope I get that chance. He will always be remembered as one of my favorites, a silly heart and good kid, and a good man.

Kathy Reavis posted on 8/30/21

Judy, we know you are home and healed and celebrating with loved ones, many that we have in common; Estes family, we love you and are praying for you all. The Reavis family

Brittany Dixon posted on 8/30/21

Her grace and smile will be surely missed. But I have a feeling there are three best friends laughing and smiling b without a care under that big shade tree. Love you Aunt Ollie you'll be missed.

Jason Hollingsworth posted on 8/30/21

She will be dearly missed. A great mentor loved by all.

Cathy Barno posted on 8/29/21

Even though I only knew Noah through his mom and cyber space, I shared in just a little bit of Noah. I remember well the time he spent in Iraq. I remember how proud his mom and dad were of his service. I remember when his kids were born and the joy their birth brought. His life ended too soon, but his memory will always be here with us. Miranda, Carla, Jim and family you all have my sympathy and prayers. May God rest Noah’s beautiful soul

Clayda Lozoya posted on 8/29/21

Noah, as one of your many sister and laws. You have always have said " See this is why I love Clayda- there's no bullshit with her " which I think we got along so well and the talks about COFFEE was always fun especially with Miranda. You were a remodel to my 2 children as well as my sister. you captured their hearts with your loving and accepting heart to love them for who they are, my son especially. We all looked up to you. Your wisdom and ideas were endless. My heart is heavy filled with so much pain that you lived your last days with such terror but mostly because of your bravery to have dealt with such pain on your own yet I'm so upset that you didn't reach out when you realized you couldn't. Now we are without an amazing person. Though time will give understanding and accepted the why's that will never be answered. We will grow to love and miss you with each second that passes that will forever keep you alive in our hearts.. But it will never be enough for its an emptiness that will never be filled again. R.I.P Noah love you forever Clayda !

Eileen Buckley posted on 8/28/21

I met you 5 years ago and I have to say, our first encounter was funny. I loved how honest you were to me and how our conversations were. We sat for hours just talking. I miss our talks! You always lit up when you talked about your babies!! I’ll miss you! My deepest condolences to the family and your beautiful children.

Robert & Lindsey LaRochelle posted on 8/28/21

Our hearts are heavy upon learning of the passing of Brother Tom. He was a remarkable man of God, and we were so fortunate to have heard his sermons. May the Lord comfort and protect his family and friends, and his congregation.

MK posted on 8/28/21

Noah you were first my husbands friend, after his death you became mine. You stood by my side through some of the hardest moments in my life and became my family. I will never be able to repay you for all of the support you have offered me over the years and I will truly miss the amazing friendship we have. Until Valhalla my friend.

Rosalie Kaszubowski posted on 8/28/21

So sorry for the loss to the family of a wonderful person. Thoughts and prayers going your way.

Sharlene posted on 8/28/21

Noah I met you 11 years ago when you found my daughter Miranda. You were the most amazing man I had met. You amazely took care of my daughter and that as I am her mother was very grateful. You are and was an amazing gifted dad that only God could have permit. I wasn't there in the beginning of Tommy's life but I will love him as I did you he too is a wonderful little man. As for Emery, the look on your face when you delivered your first daughter was unforgettable.. No one could ever match the proudness you showed nor the love that was so heart warming at that first glance of her. The love you shared was deep rooted and I am very proud to have witnessed that and being able to feel it Was comforting that will forever live in us.. I can go on forever about who you were and what kind of a man but because I am limited. I will close with just a loving memory that will live on in our in our lives. Until we meet again Noah. Love you always and forever. Walk with Jesus in peace and comfort in your heart and mind.

Larry Cheatham posted on 8/28/21

Condolences to Jan and family from Sheila and Larry Cheatham. We are sad to hear of Tom’s passing. We enjoyed working with Tom and Jan at Central Church of Christ in Wichita, Kansas. Tom's 55 years of service for the Lord blessed many, many people.

Debby Dunn posted on 8/27/21

I had the honor of being in the Bethesda choir with Tim. My prayers are with his wife & family for God’s peace & love to support them through this time of sadness.

Ken Wise posted on 8/27/21

My heartfelt condolences to Jan and family. So sorry to hear of Tom’s passing. I have cherished memories of Tom’s time with the Central Church of Christ in Wichita, Kansas. He was a warm, friendly and cheerful guy, and always such a pleasure to visit with. His lifetime of service for the Lord has richly blessed many, and he will be sorely missed.

Marlena kincaid posted on 8/27/21

Even though we never got to meet face to face we would keep in touch through fb I will miss her sharing about her life with me god bless you all

Thomas Houdeshell posted on 8/26/21

So sorry for your loss, my God be with you and your family.

Thomas Houdeshell posted on 8/26/21

So sorry for your loss Davie, my God be with you and your family.

Rosa Lopez posted on 8/26/21

My deepest condolences. Please know that you are in my prayers.

Joan and Steve posted on 8/25/21

Carolyn and Bill were good neighbors in Leesburg. They kept their home and yard immaculate. They spoke often of family and wanted so much to be near the Grandchildren and be more involved in their lives. We miss them.

Robert Martinez (Bobby) posted on 8/25/21

I miss you so much! You were always the life of the party and family, I loved how you always wanted to have great gatherings with everyone and how you cherished life and lived it to the fullest. Your laugh was so contagious and presence will be deeply missed. You an everlasting impression in my life and will cherish all my memories of you! You accepted me for who I am and always pushed me to be the best version of myself. You left behind three wonderful children and grandchildren who love you very much and each one of them reminds me of you in their way. Te Amo Much Tia Elda!!!

Joe and Leticia Welsh posted on 8/25/21

Our condolences to the Rodriguez family. I pray that you find comfort in one another through this difficult time...Heaven has a new angel.. GOD be with you all. The Welsh Family.

Rosanne posted on 8/24/21

I am so very sorry for your loss. Rest in peace sweet lady. Praying for all of you

Samantha Adams posted on 8/24/21

I am sending all my prayers your way ! You will be loved and missed.

Roneice Parish posted on 8/24/21

Love you lady. You will be missed.

Roneice Parish posted on 8/24/21

You will be dearly missed. R.I.P. sweet Charity!!!

carol Bowerman posted on 8/24/21

I'm so very sorry for your loss. prayers for the family.

Cindy Young posted on 8/24/21

I had no idea Bro. Harrell had passed away! I'm so sorry to hear this! He was my pastor and the who baptized me. I'll never forget him! I'm praying for Sister Harrell and the boys!

Natalie Culberson (TABER) posted on 8/23/21

I am so sorry for your loss. Paul was a great friend to my father and I know they are back at their old shenanigans in heaven. Paul was always there for our family when we needed him. I send my love and condolences.

Ed Bryan posted on 8/23/21

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Knof family for condolences and comfort as they go through the pain of his loss. I knew Norm when we were in the 245 Aviation Company in 1969. He was a good friend and super Mohawk pilot. It was a joy to spend time with Norm and Irene at the annual Mohawk reunions. He will be missed. Please take comfort in knowing that he has taken his final flight to Heaven. Please read the poem High Flight by John Gillespie Magee Jr., which express his "final flight" far better than I can. Norm, rest in peace old friend. Ed and Joe Ellen Bryan

Denny Walsh posted on 8/23/21

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Knoff Family. Always enjoyed a visit with fellow Mohawker Norm, at the many reunions that we attended.

Johnelle Reed posted on 8/23/21

So very sorry for your loss. Paul was special. Have fond memories of the ole days and our get together. Love the Crow Family

Mike Seely posted on 8/23/21

Wil miss you Norman..a great soldier and outstanding American...til Valhalla!!

Butch Frye posted on 8/22/21

I had the privilege of sitting beside, or near, Tim in choir for many years. What a good guy. Admired him a lot. RIP, dear friend.

Tom Gallucci posted on 8/22/21

From the OV-1 Mohawk AssociationWe are terribly sorry to hear about the passing of Norman Knofs. In this sorrowful time, we would like to extend to you our heartfelt condolence to his family and friends. We know that many of our members have fond memories of Norm. He will be missed and will not be forgotten in the OV-1 Mohawk Community.

Shirley Laughlin posted on 8/22/21

To my very dear friend Jean I know you will be greatly missed.

Christy Crow posted on 8/22/21

I love you dad...you are missed

Teia Peters posted on 8/21/21

Many prayers of comfort to Betty & the family I pray you feel the comforting love & peace from the Lord above during your time of sorrow for the days to come

Samantha Smith posted on 8/20/21

Many thought and prayers , Kevin to you and your family right now .

MIchael and Jenifer Mahler posted on 8/20/21

We remember Tim from some performances at Cornerstone Theater in south Fort Worth nearly 15 years ago. What a great actor and fun guy. We bless Suzanne with the comfort of heaven and thank God for Tim's life.

Cherylen Monk posted on 8/20/21

My deepest condolences for his family keeping theme in my prayers

Chris Dominguez posted on 8/20/21

My favorite memory of Tim is that he always had the best pocket tools ever! The first thing I always asked him was what new tool he had.

Deb Terrell posted on 8/20/21

Gruss Gott Tim. I only knew you a short time and met you through my Bee Soul Sister Suzanne. You were always working at your profession. Our families have the same passions in life to take care of this planet and the bees. You will be guiding us from the Heavens now. Guide us well. Til we meet again

Michael Pokluda posted on 8/20/21

The Burns family was a 2nd home for me for many years. Whether it be traveling to Hawaii with the family or getting in at trouble on the back acres on the property, I knew who was always in charge, and that was Jean. She may have been short in stature but you better behave or she would get up all in your business. However she was the first one to give you a hug or offer you some food or soda when you walked in the house. She was the best female driver I had ever known. I think she once told me Papa Joe let her start driving in the pasture in Ranger when she was like 12 and never looked back. I remember watching her drive with the tips of her toes as she barely reached the petals but could drive and turn around and smack Darren or i in the back seat for acting up without missing a beat. Once when it flooded one summer and Darren, Todd Blue and I got in the canoe where’re the pond flooded and headed down the rushing water towards TCC Marine Creek. We made it to Sokol Road, which seemed like eternity before we got stuck in barbed wire where Jean was waiting for us where before getting in the suburban, she gave us a hug as we scared her to death then turned around and beat out butts. So many good times with Jean and the Burns family as she will truly be missed. I am so thankful I got to spend some in person time and phone time with Jean before her passing.

Andrew, Edyie, Hunter and Trevor Seibert posted on 8/20/21

Tim was quiet, thoughtful, quick-witted, and had a great sense of humor. While he had a great stage presence, he did not feel the need to be the center of attention off the stage. He was strong in his faith and relationships. He is someone to be emulated and he will be missed by all of our family. Tim is with the Lord. May God’s comfort be with Suzanne and all of us missing Tim today and going forward.

Nancy Bunt Hollub posted on 8/20/21

Cousin Suzanne, I am so deeply saddened to hear about the loss of Tim. My thoughts and prayers are with you as you go through this difficult time. Tim was a kind and gentle soul. He will be greatly missed. Just know that you are loved by all of the family. May God bless Tim. With deepest sympathy and much love.

Sharon Burch Marshall ( Sissy) posted on 8/19/21

Aunt Jean will be greatly missed. I'll always remember the weekends and holidays that we enjoyed together as kids. She was the " fun" Aunt. The one who would keep a secret if dad said no more candy,, your getting one more candy! We love you all and are praying for peace and comfort for you all. ❤️

Willy and Rita Burch posted on 8/19/21

Prayers for the family.

belinda claxton quinn posted on 8/19/21

paul and his wife and sister was good friends with my mom, when we were young kids we use to visit ther house and hang out and they came to ours, I always remember those days and how nice paul and his wife and sister were, he was a great guy and my mom always talked highly of him, you will be missed, but he is at peace now

Susan Jenkins posted on 8/19/21

I met Tim and Suzanne at TWC. Suzanne and I I were roommates. When Suzanne met Tim, you knew they were meant to be together. Truly a match made in heaven. Tim was a truly unique person. He was quiet but still fun loving and full of surprises. He was a grownup who still possessed a childlike wonder. He was loving, considerate and caring. He was an awesome husband to my friend. He will be sorely missed by all who knew and loved him. I hope you as well as myself will take comfort in the fact that he is now giving his greatest performance in front of King Jesus. Love and prayers and lots of hugs to all. (Susan Jenkins)

Mary Harris posted on 8/19/21

Always knew him as a kind, thoughtful person & loved him for loving Suzanne. I look at the ceramic Santa he got out of my closet for me last Christmas and just want to cry. I have memories and will cherish them all.

Tj Raif posted on 8/19/21

Rest easy cousin Tim. You’re a mighty warrior in God’s kingdom sir and we’ll miss you much. Give a hug to Dianna and Emily for us.

Elaine Maxey posted on 8/19/21

Many precious memories of Aunt Theda. Her life was filled with memories of times gone by, recalled in detail, that brought the "good old days" into our lives. She will be missed.

Jada posted on 8/18/21

She was so passionate about her craft lord him self knowns . Gone to early

lou a lewis posted on 8/18/21

A VERY SPECIAL LADY THAT I WAS HONORED TO CALL HER FRIEND.BUTTERING THE BREAD FOR THE ANNUAL DINNER WAS HER SPECIAL JOB.

Lori posted on 8/17/21

She was an amazing woman. I'm blessed to have know her. Her sence of humor was contagious. May we all live the dream if making others laugh!

Bonnie (Fleming) Hromcik posted on 8/17/21

A great lady, wonderful sense of humor. Blessings to her family . Bonnie (Fleming) Hromcik

Kimberly Earwood posted on 8/17/21

Memaw you will be truly missed. I already miss our daily phone calls so much and I Love you so much and may you RIP

Barbara Green Turner posted on 8/17/21

Theda Jones, my mom Nancy Green and Mrs. Goyne had been friends for years they meet in 1965 on a morning bowling league. They bowled on a team up until their Senior years. Theda was my Avon Lady for years. She was a kind and Christian woman. I remembered her collection of dolls, and being a lifetime member of the Easter Star’s. I was lucky to get to reunite with her on the phone this year to celebrate her 103rd Birthday. We reminisced about the pass and sadly I had to informed her that my mom had passed last year. She was a longtime resident of River Oaks and had touched many people through her long life.She is now with her husband and love of her life Van, her daughter Mary and friends catching up. She loved her family deeply. Rest In Peace.

Jerry Hamlin posted on 8/16/21

My Heartfelt Sympathy to all Family & Friends! iIn Christian Love!

Tommy and Helen posted on 8/16/21

Aunt Theda was the most interesting and energetic person, She will be missed

Loretta Church posted on 8/16/21

Dear Joan and Kevin there are no words to Express my grief. I will keep all of you in my prayers

Your ICOS Colleagues at UAB posted on 8/15/21

Dear Kristy, We are so very sorry for the loss of your dear brother Jason. We are keeping you and your family in our thoughts during this difficult time.

Thomas Yingling posted on 8/14/21

Jason you will be missed, no words can communicate the sadness in our hearts. My thoughts and prayers are with family and friends

Lori Isbell posted on 8/13/21

I send my condolences to the Prestage family, whom I have known for almost 50 years. My dear Teresa, I love you and am thinking of you and your sweet, funny father who always had a smile for our schoolgirl hijinks. I'll see you at the service.

Norma Garcia posted on 8/13/21

Our prayers and sincere condolences to the family!! RIP!

Erin Nicholle Dowling Kennedy posted on 8/12/21

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Judy and Lynn Yingling posted on 8/11/21

Our hearts are just broken, Jason. You left us too damn soon and we'll miss you.

Chuck Scheibe posted on 8/11/21

JC made me smile even on my bad days at the track. I really missed him when he retired but I miss him even more now.

Mara Kuhn posted on 8/11/21

Neoma (and also Walter) was the first one who taught me what family life is. I am thankful that she picked me with Walter to be their exchange student back in 1990. Living with them was one of the best things that happened in my life. I always think back to Neoma with a heart filled with love.

Jack McFadden posted on 8/11/21

James was like a brother. We met in college. I introduced him to my sister, Sandi , whom he married. We raised our kids together , learned to scuba dive , hunted, camped , water skied , travelled , laughed and cried together. He was one of the most affable people I have ever been around. You will be sorely missed here on earth but oh happy day when we are reunited in heaven !

Larry Keils posted on 8/10/21

My lovely ex-Mother-In-Law, even after I departed the family I considered her a friend until the end. She will be missed by all that she touched in her special way.

Warren Bruce Newberry posted on 8/10/21

AS David's older brother we shared many good times and a few not so good together. He was a very unique person who would go sit and talk in an African hut all day and not be concerned with time. He loved the people he ministered to and spent time with them.In his later ministry, he really blossomed as an evangelist. This led him to leap denominational barriers and become "international." He had an amazing and anointed ministry. We all will miss him!

Marnie Pape posted on 8/9/21

I was deeply saddened to hear of Michael’s passing! He was always a bright light at GHS and he will be greatly missed!

Alisa Stokes posted on 8/9/21

I was lucky 2 have gained her as a friend and customer....I did her hair for awhile...she was very special ...we shared alot of laughs...

John Boyd posted on 8/9/21

I met JC at Motorsport Ranch years ago and enjoyed his company and our conversations more than he ever imagined. Needless to say, I was more than excited when he showed up at our garage one Saturday morning and joined our weekly coffee group that just talked cars and other meaningless things that a group of 70 plus year old car junkies discussed when they have nothing better to do. His last words to me was his apology for not being able to make the next Saturday get together, and that he would see us the following week, so the when we heard of his tragic accident we were understandably shocked and deeply sadden for the lost of this dear friend that we had just become reacquainted with just a few weeks before. JC was such a generous person with his time and patience, explaining the ins and outs of the track to a rookie driver just out trying to have a little fun. We will miss JCs kind words and great sense of humor but his legacy will live on through his wonderful family and countless friends. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and may he rest in peace; he will be missed but never forgotten.

Lori Clark posted on 8/9/21

Lee was a very special husband, father, grandfather and friend. He will be greatly missed. May our heavenly father Jesus and God be with his wonderful family and take good care of him. This is with all my love

Bobby Davila posted on 8/9/21

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Aguirre family. We cannot fully express the sorrow we feel for you at this time. Kim was a beautiful lady, always smiling and friendly. We will miss her.Love you all,Bobby and Olivia

David Clark posted on 8/9/21

Thank you so much for all the talks and advice on ANY subject Dad! I Love You Dad.

Mona Wade Turner posted on 8/9/21

Susan is one of the kindest, sweetest, prettiest, Christian Woman I have ever met. I loved her sense of humor and precious smile. Knowing her has blessed me and so many other people. Great mother, spouse, friend, and cousin. I am so glad that God put her in our lives. I pray comfort and peace for her families. She will be missed. I look forward to seeing her again with Jesus.

Alisa P. Johnson posted on 8/8/21

Thank you Dad for all your love and care. You will remain close to hearts forever.

Teresa Clark posted on 8/8/21

Popsie, we all love you.

Norma Denton posted on 8/8/21

She was very sweet to me, I met Neoma and Walter in October 2020 and I was her Caregiver til she was called home on August 5, 2021

John and Dianne Parker posted on 8/8/21

James and Sandi made a road trip not too long ago and spent the night with us in Madison, Mississippi. It was so much fun having them visit, and we laughed a lot, because anyone who knows Sandi, knows she will keep you in stitches! Ranger their little doxin even came too. John and I were shocked beyond words to hear about James tragic accident. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Sandi and her family during this heartbreaking time.

Norm Nelson posted on 8/8/21

I really enjoyed JC’s easy going style and down to earth wisdom. It was fun to hear him giggle before he answered a question or gave me an opinion on something. You were “The Best!” Rest In Peace Friend.

Carla Sapp posted on 8/8/21

I worked with Butch at TCEC, I learned alot from him. I used to help answer phones with outages, he told me to just come in when it stormed since I was usually the one that came in anyways. He was respected, had good work ethics. and knew his job well. Sorry for your loss, hugs and prayers.

Gina Villwok posted on 8/7/21

Mikey, Rest In Peace sweet cousin, you have your wings, play hard, check on us once in awhile, and know you were deeply loved, I love you

Gina Villwok posted on 8/7/21

Jamming at Jerry’sThink it was 2014, at Jerry’s house,Mike was grilling, Michelle, myself Jerry and Lisa I think where all there.Mikey was tearing up the guitar, I could listen to him play for hours, that boy could make a guitar sing. Rest In Peace Mikey, the world was better with you in it. I love you, you’ll be dearly missed

Richard and Jamie Copeland posted on 8/7/21

JC was one in a million. He was my first real boss and I worked for him for 5 years. He watched me grow up and encouraged me to finish college. We shared many memories and laughs over the years. Too many to list! When I think of JC, I will always remember his kindness and generosity. We had a lot of fun together. Sandi and family, Jamie and I extend our deepest sympathies. You are in our prayers.

Lisa Cortese posted on 8/7/21

Lee was one of the sweetest men I have ever met and known. I didn't work with him as a Nurse but imagine that he was nothing short of a delight for his patients. I have known Teresa for many years and admired how close of a father he was to her. I know Lee will be missed by SO many but heaven is rejoicing that they are singing and dancing with this saint!

Bishop Dr Jackson M.Lemeleny from Kilgoris Kenya posted on 8/7/21

May God give Dr David Newberry soul eternal peace and a safe resting place with him. Our prayers for God’s comfort are with you and your family right now. David was kind, Godly man. I’m sure his soul is in heaven right now, we had a plan with him to come to Kilgoris Kenya and help us to build Churches and hold meetings but now he has gone to be with Jesus,For the family we pray that God will strengthen you and comfort you during this time.Biasho Dr Jackson M. Lemeleny From Kilgoris Kenya

Brandon and Liza Dawson posted on 8/7/21

Uncle Ray will be dearly missed. Love and Prayers for the entire Family

Mike and Sue Lewis posted on 8/7/21

A truly Fine Man with a good heart and honest words that made others feel great all day.

Chris an Mary Varlaro posted on 8/7/21

Dear Sandi and Family Mary and I are so saddened by the loss of JC. He was a great Friend and mentor and one of the best Bosses that I have ever had.He will be greatly missed

Kelly Ryan posted on 8/7/21

I have known Butch for as long as I can remember. He grew up a couple of blocks from us. Hid brother Gobby was in my grade. They both were my friends Butch was both onry and always a gentleman to me both as younguns and as adults. My heart goes out to his adored family. God Blesd. He is a great spriit as well as Gobby. They were friends of many and will be a the gates to welcome so many as we pass on from this life to our Promise Land.

Anna Moore posted on 8/7/21

We miss you so very much Jason!You are an inspiration to many & hard working man! Until we meet again dear man xox

Lori Lankford posted on 8/6/21

Mikey will be greatly missed. He was a treasure to his family and a very talented young man.I love you you Mikey.

Robin Atchley posted on 8/6/21

Working a Summer with him 2020 he kept me on my toes lol made me laugh even when I didnt want to. That was the time we became forever friends and he always said I was family. Mike had a heart of gold and a smile that could go for miles. Love you Mikey

Teresa Newman posted on 8/6/21

I'll never forget the way Mikey made me laugh. Many nights at the store keeping me company late night to keep me safe. What a sweet heart, so kind, thoughtful and a beautiful soul. ❤

Brenda Murphy posted on 8/6/21

God Bless the family ❤️❤️

Anna Moore posted on 8/6/21

Sending hugs and prayers for comfort and peace to all those that knew & loved Butch Cox…☮️✝️☮️

Terri Dechert Evans posted on 8/6/21

I am so sorry to hear of Gay's passing. Even more sorry that I have missed the celebrating of her life. What great memories I have of her (and her family) through the years. Such a sweet soul. Many hugs and prayers for her family.

Allicia Hendrix posted on 8/5/21

Jason, I'm struggling to find the right words. I know being Kristy's friend growing up we weren't super close but my memories of you and your spirit align completely with what you've accomplished as you grew up. Hard working, figuring everything out of you didn't know how, always with a smile and a unique sense of humor to go with it! I always looked on you as a younger brother myself. Yeah you were spunky, but driven. Always going through with anything you set your mind to do. Tinkering on some machine, working with your dad building something, working on your mom's nerves sometimes... I pray for peace for your spirit, for your family, and for everyone whose lives you touched while we were fortunate enough to have you here. Rest easy.My heartfelt condolences.

Jalon Pepmiller-Smith posted on 8/5/21

Prayers for the Newberry family. David was married to my cousin, Cheryl, and I remember many wonderful times with them both. Both true ministers of the Lord. Prayers for Traci and Darin.

Ryan Quillin posted on 8/4/21

I wish I had spent more time, kept the words l said, and got along with you a lot more than what I did. You we’re a jewel that shined ever so bright with a value much more than anyone can imagine. You had so much strength and resilience with a brighter future more than any young lady I have ever known. I’m proud to be your cousin and saddened by God’s call for you back to heaven. The fallen and risen Angel that you were and still are. You will be missed and your memory will forever live on in our hearts.

Teresa phillips posted on 8/4/21

Cheryl and Dennis. I am so very sorry for your loss. She was a beautiful daughter. May God Bless her children and all your precious family

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Kandi Price posted on 8/4/21

RIP baby girl

Kimmie KIPP posted on 8/4/21

You are gone from our homes but never from our hearts!!!Love you Junior!!!!!

Nancy Payne posted on 8/4/21

I am so very sorry for your loss. Keeping the family close in my thoughts and prayers.

Tassie Hrachovina Cherry posted on 8/4/21

Jason, you were one in a million! My heart is torn as you were one of my greatest friends in high school! Always picking on me and always had me smiling! You called me your Russian midget cause you just knew my last name was Russian even though its Italian lol I'll forever hold that picky name just for you! Rest In Peace my dear sweet friend!

Janette Bridgeman posted on 8/4/21

Tracy-I pray you and your family will experience the peace of God that goes beyond understanding as you face the loss of your dad. I lost mom last year and my uncle a few weeks back from covid as well. I’m rejoicing with you that he’s walking the streets of gold with God, no more sickness or tears and we will see him again soon! Love and prayers,Janette (Purdy) Bridgeman

Jerry Hamlin posted on 8/3/21

With heartfelt sympathy to all the family & Peace!

Melinda Shuba posted on 8/3/21

We're sending our condolences to the family and many prayers to get each and every one of you through this difficult time. Our sweet Lord will take care of her now.

Kathy W McKay posted on 8/3/21

Susan was a sweet and caring person. I remember setting and talking at our family reunions and laughing and talking about our grandkids. She was beautiful inside and out. We are going to miss her smiling face and laughter. Our prayers and love to Barry and family

Nikki posted on 8/3/21

May the wind always be at your back and the sun upon your face. And may the wings of destiny carry you aloft to dance with the stars.

Seppo Hast posted on 8/3/21

We miss you dear brother in Christ. We are thankful for your visit in Gästrike Hammarby Sweden. We will always remember you with the love of Jesus.

Brian Harbison posted on 8/3/21

Jason, I’m going to miss those one-liner text messages of you talking trash lol and the phone calls of you just checking in on me to see how I’m doing. I’m going to miss you very much. I will keep you and your family in my prayers. Godspeed

Beth Perry posted on 8/2/21

Jason was a great guy, I am so sorry for your loss.

Natalie Enevold posted on 8/2/21

I only knew Albert as the youngest son of one of my cousins, but after reading his obituary and other tributes I see that he was an awesome husband, father, son, brother and friend. My sincere condolences to his family and all others who now have a hole in their hearts due to his untimely death. May he rest in peace.

Pauli Kemi posted on 8/2/21

We want to honor our brother and man of God, Dr. David Newberry.Pauli and Ana KemiPastors in Kristet Center Solna, Sweden

Lionel Bseiso posted on 8/2/21

Prayers of comfort and peace for this dear family in this time! Love and appreciate you all. Her pain is over and she has received the ultimate healing.

Becky Kingston posted on 8/1/21

My deepest condolences to you Tracy, and the rest of your family. Although I did not know your father for many years, in the time I cared for him at Kindred, I did come to know what a great man of God he was. It was truly an honor to be a part of his care team. Much love and continued prayers!

Jade Delrey Taylor posted on 8/1/21

Love and miss you baby girl the world will. Ever be the same without you

Alan S. Guffey posted on 8/1/21

He was a very nice man,good hearted person Rip cobb

Roanna Spinks posted on 8/1/21

God called, son time to come home. You have your Angel wings now.

Debbie Wall Sharp posted on 8/1/21

I knew Rupert from high school at Rocky Mount Senior High. He was a good person. I hope is that he has found peace and is sitting at the right hand of the Lord. Myra and family I hope You have peace and God’s Grace during this sad time. As in Psalms it says that God draws near to the crushed in spirit. May His Grace help you now.Sincerely,Debbie Wall Sharp

Shea Morris posted on 8/1/21

Terry I only knew you for about 2 years from my boyfriend Trent but in those 2 years you showed so much character. So funny, always talking about your family and your kids about the one on the way and y’all possibly wanting to name him “Oakley” you were so excited to have a boy! I remember coming by and I drove all the way from azle with a little kitten in my car hood I pulled up to your place and was like “Terry there is something meowing in my car… he was like say what? I was like bro there is something meowing. You had me pop the hood and little baby kitten when down further and you were tripping!!! You were so worried that kitten was gonna get burnt up. The kitten escaped from under my car and you took off to the neighbors across the street. I was like don’t worry about it, it’s safe! You said nauh there’s a mean ol ass cat across the way” goes to show what kind of human Terry was! I’ll be praying for your family and kids and wife. This is a huge loss! You were one of a kind and I can say that whole heartedly. You will be missed

Brandi & Gayle posted on 8/1/21

You never failed to make people laugh or just feel loved. You saw the good in everyone and could light up any dark room with your smile alone. Whether it be a shoulder to lean on or just some good laughs and being silly you never failed to be there. You were truly one of a kind and will be missed dearly. I’ll continue to pray for your family and you of course. Rest easy.

Katt posted on 8/1/21

I will never forget you man. Your smile was so bright. You were so sweet to me and my girls over the last few years. I will never forget you were trying to decide on where you wanted to eat, and I said "Go to the Chinese buffet down the street" and you said "bitchhhhhh we in there!!!!" That will always make me smile. You will be missed by so many. I am so very sorry boo. See you soon.

Kenny Lampley posted on 8/1/21

Thinking about you a lot tonightIt's crazy how that works even when you don't realize what the date is!I miss you!!

Angel Gutierrez posted on 7/31/21

Terry Pooh, I'm going to miss you so much bro.. you were a brother to me and we been through a lot together and I know you know that I always have your back.. one of the funniest times I can remember is the day we messed up your green Chevy.. when you , me and Anthony went mudding on that little part of old Decatur and longhorn road, Anthony was in the middle and got tossed around cause he has no seat belt. His head slammed against the rear view mirror until it broke it off! Then we slammed into a tree and messed up the front bumper. The truck looked like it had a sad face! Man that was good times. Long ago we were still teens. Thank you for always being there for me when I needed to talk to someone.. I'll still talk to you from time to time. Been thinking about you like crazy bro.. can't wait until I see you again one day. Love always... -A.G.

KELLY EVANS posted on 7/31/21

I had the pleasure of working with Albert when he worked at TTI. He was always such a helpful guy with a gentle soul. May you rest in peace Albert. My deepest sympathy to his family, friends and the White Settlement Police Dept who got the pleasure of also working with him as I did.

Steven Ross Radovich posted on 7/31/21

I m gonna miss you brotha and the conversations we had about being better fathers ect. My condolences to the family

Geoff posted on 7/31/21

Terry, I remember when you were there for me in my worst time. You took me in and treated me like a little brother. I was lucky to have had a big brother like you. You will forever be in my heart. Fly high and free big bro bro.

Sara Juarez posted on 7/31/21

Never in my wildest thoughts I would think I would be writing this today you were a great friend an awesome person inside and out!! You will truly be missed McKenzie but u fly high and keep your arms around us! Just know that no matter what we will be here for your babies make sure they never go without!! We will always love u and we will forever be in our hearts! Till we meet again!!❤️

Amanda Horn posted on 7/31/21

This isn’t fair any of us have to write this. You were taken away from us way too soon. You made such an impact on so many peoples lives. So many people love and care about you. You should still be here with us making everyone laugh. I’m glad you never changed and stayed the same terry as I met in middle school. You were an amazing father and friend. You will be missed more than you could ever think. Until we meet again just know so many people love you. Fly high terry.

Genice Sherman posted on 7/31/21

May God forever hold you in his heart, and grant you the peace within you to carry on.

Pat Shively posted on 7/31/21

Mike was like a brother to me. My thoughts and prayers to Barbara and the Feemster family

Chris posted on 7/31/21

I remember you was otw to come see me and I didn't know it at the time but my neighbor was getting jumped outside so you helped him beat the guys up then y'all came over and told me all about it

Gary and Mary Tabler posted on 7/31/21

Our deepest sympathies to you and your family. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Juan Hernandez posted on 7/31/21

RIP my boy!!!

Juan Hernandez posted on 7/31/21

RIP my boy!

Norissa Stutson posted on 7/31/21

My thoughts and prayers are with you James. From the wonderful person you are, I can tell you came from awesome stock. Your AAFES family will be here to support you through the times to come.

Ashely Pate posted on 7/31/21

You were sucha great friend for so many years. Glad i had a friend like you from my youth till now. You will forever be in my heart and missed. Loveyou terry!

Julie Back posted on 7/31/21

Gone to soon, RIH.

Julia and Terry Gentry posted on 7/31/21

When I first met Jonathan, I thought he was the sweetest, cutest and most respectful young man. I was so happy for Katelynn. I also admired him for being the best Father to their son Christian. Oh yes and how he loved to always play pranks on me. He will be missed tremendously. RIP Jonathan #MrDimples..

The Kila Family posted on 7/31/21

The Kila family will never be the same without our thunder buddy!! Words can’t even describe how much you ment to our family we love you dearly and will miss you until we take our last breath and get to laugh together again I never thought I’d say I look forward to that day but I do! Loosing you has been the hardest thing I’ve ever had to face give us strength we all sure need it out here. Trinity Kila would want you to know how much he loves you and how proud he is of you you’ve came so far and worked so hard to get where you were at he is so proud he didn’t get to be here to tell you himself but he appreciates everything you did for him and our family you were here when he couldn’t be your the best friend he will ever have in his whole life we will keep your memory alive brother until we meet again fly high thug passion!!

Darla Sanders posted on 7/31/21

My nephew Terry! Love you so much and you will be missed! Never thought you would be a dad let alone a great dad! Penny and your son will miss you greatly as well as all of us from your Illinois family. Forever in our hearts Terry! You will be missed forever!

Laura McGee posted on 7/31/21

Gone way to soon it was so amazing to be part of u and ur family until we meet again fly high

Melinda Merritt posted on 7/31/21

Our hearts go out to you guys. Albert was a gentle soul and one heck of an officer. No doubt his legacy left is impactful. Love, hugs and prayers for our blue family.

Jared Pitts posted on 7/31/21

Rest in heaven big guy! You will live on in everyone you touched!

Brandon Quijas posted on 7/31/21

Gone too soon, brother. Glad I got to know you. God bless your family.

Imani Shelton-Hopkins posted on 7/31/21

God Bless and my condolences.

Marcus Cox posted on 7/30/21

Rest Peacefully JP

Jeffery McGee posted on 7/30/21

I love you brotha. You were a good man, I’ll never forget our conversations. I will pray for your family.

Misty Black posted on 7/30/21

You will always be in all of our hearts! Prayers for your family, children and close friends. You will be missed!

Bob and Beth Temple posted on 7/30/21

Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Clinton maxwell posted on 7/30/21

Mike your were one of a kind. A heart that was as big as Texas. A True friend for sure you would do anything for anybody in a drop of a minute. I personally will miss the good times we had over the years from the time I met you working together to fishing playing golf or just having lunch rest in peace my brother see you one day soon

Jim Barber posted on 7/30/21

Mike, You son of a gun were one of the nicest friends one could meet. I never knew what you were going to tell or show me next on your phone. Full of laughter and always kept me smiling anytime you come around. You will be dearly missed and know you were so proud of Matt and your grandson. Cheers till we see you again my friend.

Colleen Margaret McGee posted on 7/30/21

Rosemary was my Oldest Sister. I was the youngest in the family of 6.. She entered Nursing Residence when I was about 6 yrs., so we didn't know each other well, as once she had her degree she moved to Portland, Oregon. I visited her when I was about 19 yrs. She had her son Shawn by then and was expecting her 2nd child, Laura. I didn't see her again until I was about 25 yrs.. When she had moved to Texas, living in The Colony I went to see her after she had been in a horrific auto accident. I went to help out her and her family . I became close to her daughter Laura at that time. The family was looking for a new home to move to at the time. I went down the next time when her daughter was to wed. I had the privilege of being her Maid of Honour., with Rosemary's son Shawn presiding as Minister over the Ceremony.. My last visit was Sept. of 2016. I went to visit, as her health was deteriorating. This would be the last time I would see her before her passing. I loved her dearly and miss her to this day. She was one of the finest people I know. I was blessed to have her as my Sister. I always felt we had a close connection. We had similar interests, in that we loved our families, horses, cats and dogs. We both worked very diligently at our professions. We enjoyed dressing coordinated. We enjoyed accessorizing with matching jewellery, scarves, shoes etc. We both travelled extensively with our careers. We loved deeply and gave truly from our hearts to family and friends. I am part of her legacy, she remains a part of me and I a part of her.I sometimes hear her in my own voice, as they were similar. Sometimes it is like hearing her echo. I will always love and miss her. She came to visit our Mother several times over the years, where I also live. Mother passed away in 2019, 2 yrs. after we lost Rosemary. Mother took the loss of Rosemary very hard. She passed at the age of 95. Rosemary's family and I keep in touch, however, it is not quite the same with her absence. I know she resides in heaven, as, where else would an angel be!

Jordan posted on 7/29/21

First memory of Mike was for July 4th he took us out on the boat with his American flag bandana and he said to me “Get on up here bonehead you get to drive for a little.” I remember thinking to myself “does this hippie think I know how to drive a boat?” But by the end of that day he was the nicest and funniest man I have ever met.

Tammie L Davis posted on 7/29/21

I just found out about Billy and am heart broken. Eventhough I know where Billy is now, we morn not having him here. I met Billy about 20 yrs ago when he had just started his business. He drove an old truck and was a one man show. He came to our home and fixed a huge problem that our remodlers plumbers had left. Billy worked late into the night without one complaint and just kept saying , " Dont worry Darling, you and your family will have water before I go." My dogs loved him! I can still see him sitting in his truck working on his bill with the light from the cab. He was surrounded by my dogs who had climed up in the cab with him. He would take a second from time to time to pet them and exchange nuzzles. I have used him ever since and yes he has pulled me out of many scrapes. Anyone who ever asked me for a plumbing referral I would tell my story about him and his dedication, not only to his trade, but to making you his friend and a customer for life. You will be so missed Billy. Please pet and nuzzle the four legged babies of mine you loved and have gone on before you. Save all of us a place. Our hearts are broken here and we want to be with you for sure on the other side.

David and Joy Crawford posted on 7/29/21

Barbara so sorry to hear about your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family at this time.

Judy Gee posted on 7/28/21

Randy, You & your family are in our thoughts & prayers.

Stacey Jackson posted on 7/28/21

I was saddened to hear about Mike passing. Please know that you’re my thoughts and prayers my sincere condolences for incredibly great loss. I’ll never forget the good times we shared!! Love Shawn and Stacey Jackson

Diana Farley posted on 7/28/21

He was such a nice guy. I remember how he helped me with softball. I'm so sorry for your loss Barb

Wade and Claudia Goddard posted on 7/28/21

We loved how genuine Mike was! He was so much fun to be around and we always saw the love he had for you, Barbara! Mike will be missed tremendously and our prayers go out to you and your family for 'peace and comfort' during this difficult time. With Love, Wade and Claudia.

Margaret Mouser Hopper posted on 7/28/21

I went to high school with Bob and Carolyn and they were two of the most beautiful people ever and were so loved by everyone. God created two masterpieces in them, and Bob is at peace now -I am so sad for you Carolyn

MARK YOUNG posted on 7/28/21

Gone from our sight, but never from our hearts.

Sherrie Ross posted on 7/28/21

My deepest condolences to Barbara and the family. I met Mike years ago when he went to work with Pepco. He was a great guy and we always visited when he came by. He loved Barbara and those boys, but the grands were everything. God bless you all.

James Weathers posted on 7/28/21

“MMFF” it was a GREAT honor to know him. Barb, Lisa and my prayers are with you and the entire family. “GOD BLESS”

Dana & JT Thornton posted on 7/27/21

Just his voice alone was greatness. Loved his stories and you will opt meet a better man. You will be so missed!

Stephanie Stoddard posted on 7/27/21

The heart remembers most what it has loved best. May memories comfort you and bring you peace. My deepest sympathies and most heartfelt prayers are with you and your family.

Kathy Williams posted on 7/27/21

Prayers for you Barbara and family. Mike rest in peace.

Luis Rodriguez posted on 7/27/21

It was an honor to have you as a neighbor Mike, you always was there for us. We will miss you, our deepest sympathies to your wife, sons and all the family, God will keep you in a special place.

Cathy Mattox posted on 7/27/21

Keeping you close in thought and prayers

Emily Lowe posted on 7/27/21

Mike! The best lake navigator I know! You taught me a valuable lesson once and showed me grace when I didn’t deserve it. Stand up man

Heather & Fred Brannan posted on 7/27/21

Our condolences to you and your family. Rest easy Mike.

katherine j martinez posted on 7/27/21

LOVE MY BROTHER MIKE UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN.REST IN PEACE

Judy Gatzert posted on 7/27/21

It has been a pleasure knowing Mike, through the plumbing industry, for all of these years. His personality was huge and he never met someone that he didn't talk to. I feel honored to be able to call him my friend. You will be missed, Mike!

Tammie Perry posted on 7/27/21

My deepest sympathies to the family & friends.It was a great pleasure to be able to work with Mike. You will be Greatly missed!

Laura Townsend posted on 7/27/21

We will miss working with Mike. He was a great guy with a great heart!

Amy Duskey posted on 7/27/21

Mike was full of life and it was an honor to know him. He was a huge asset to our community and will be greatly missed. I'm thankful that I've gotten to know him more while serving on the HOA board and truly enjoyed the fun time we had Saturday night at our neighborhood block party. My thoughts and prayers are with his entire family, you all were his greatest accomplishments and he loved to share amazing stories of each of you.

Debi Lockhart posted on 7/27/21

My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Mike was a very special man and he will be greatly missed.

Reba Young posted on 7/26/21

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Dyan Wood posted on 7/24/21

Bob was such a kind and caring person. We enjoyed being in our Bible class with Bob and Carolyn.

Dyan Wood posted on 7/24/21

Dyan Wood

Kim posted on 7/23/21

As neighbors, we always saw Bob waving to everyone as he walked in the neighborhood. Now my husband waves at everyone when he walks in our new neighborhood. He is continuing Bob's friendly neighbor legacy.

Darrie Schlesinger posted on 7/23/21

What a life well lived. I am a friend of Debbie Krafft. The greatest success story here is the raising of the next generation as decent human beings that contribute so much to their communities. In this family you get to know the parents through the wonderful children. My condolences.

Shirley & Tom Terbrueggen posted on 7/23/21

Can't tell you how much my heart longs for you, my only sibling and dear brother. We are with you today in spirit and for always. Go in peace and in joyous reunions with your many loved ones in Heaven.

Jose Palacios and family posted on 7/23/21

Bob and Carolyn are the best neighbors as they always brighten our day. We have missed Bob and hearing about his life experiences and we are heartbroken not to see him again. Our deepest condolences to Carolyn and his family and friends. His friendship will always be treasured. Thank you Bob for the memories.

Juliann Lyons -Lipe posted on 7/22/21

Cathy’s dad was a good man. All of us girls had such a respect for him. Many many friends from Clovis knew him as a devoted teacher and they wanted to pass the Drivers Ed test !! Ha ha but seriously, Bob Milburn was a class act. He will be missed by many

Danna & Chris Quintana posted on 7/22/21

Bob and Carolyn have been our neighbors for many years and we have missed Bob’s colorful stories. He loved visiting with neighbors and always had a kind word to share. Cheers to a life well lived Mr Bob, you will not be forgotten.

Heather Bolton posted on 7/22/21

I'm going to miss you Kenneth, the last time I seen you at Debbie and Bob's you asked me if I get cold in the winter, and I told you Nope as I patted my fat belly, I keep plenty warm thank you. He was so silly. He was David's 2nd dad and very close friend. He will miss him ever so much. Kenneth, keep Bobby company fishing and bringing in those big ones!

Christina Raso-Nava posted on 7/21/21

My deepest sympathies to Anita’s family. I worked with Anita at XTO Energy. She was a wonderful and caring person. We had fun working together and she always made me laugh. Rest In Peace

Marilyn posted on 7/21/21

Go soar with the angels my friend.

Cat Burgess posted on 7/21/21

This was always a joke with PawPaw Gene, he always called my boys Justin & Kevin. (Dustin & Gavin). All their Birthday cards were addressed to Justin & Kevin too! Love you and we will miss you PawPaw Gene!! ♥️

Dianne Johnson posted on 7/19/21

Dearest sweet Connie, to the beautiful little lady that always lifted our spirits, made us laugh, told us great stories and loved everyone she met . We all enjoyed you all those years at salon galleria. You will always be remembered. Love you Connie, Dianne Johnson..................... Toggle navigationBiggers Funeral HomeBiggers Funeral Home logoConnie Maurine “Darlyn” Tucker thumbnailConnie Maurine "Darlyn" TuckerMarch 3, 1922 - July 10, 2021Connie Maurine “Darlyn” Tucker a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and friend passed away Saturday, July 10, 2021.Connie will lie in state Tuesday and Wednesday.Graveside service: 10 a.m. Thursday at Sunset Memorial Gardens in Odessa.Connie Maurine “Darlyn” Tucker was born March 3,1922 in Baird to the late John Thomas Miller and Katie Elizabeth Rose Miller. One of her favorite past times was to fish. She had many talents including: painting, needlepoint, and sewing. Darlyn was always working on something. Whether it was a cross stitch, making crosses made out of ribbon for loved ones, or working cross word and jig saw puzzles. She was an avid Texas Rangers and Dallas Cowboys fan. Darlyn would often be found by her family up in the wee hours of the morning watching a game in a different time zone. She had a way to make everyone feel special. That among many other reasons are why the name Darlyn was so fitting for her. Darlyn enjoyed the little things in life like watching the clouds, looking at beautiful flowers and birdwatching.Darlyn was preceded in death by her husband, Edwin Rook Tucker; parents; brothers, William Jackson, Uttie Ovilene, Allen Shackelford, and Jessie Garvin Miller; and sisters, Margaret Lanelle McKinney and Lois Elizabeth Mendoza.Survivors: Son, Ed Tucker and wife, Sandy; grandchildren, Kim Tucker, Keith Tucker, Michael Case and wife, Brandi, Lonnie Phillips and wife, Amy, and Darrell Phillips; six great-grandchildren; niece, Beth Worley; nephews, Tony Mendoza Jr., Chris Mendoza, and Patrick Mendoza; and numerous other nieces, nephews, extended family members and friends.Service InformationVisitationCemeteryDate: Tuesday, July 13, 2021Time: 10:00 am - 5:30 pmBiggers Funeral Home6100 Azle Ave.Lake Worth, Texas 76135817-237-3341MapVisitation also, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, Wednesday, July 14, 2021 in Biggers Funeral homeLeave a memoryLight a CandleLife Event TimelineHelp tell the story of Connie's life by contributing to the Life Event Timeline. Upload the photo of an event... Leave a Condolence Brenda posted on 7/14/21The very first time I met Darlyn, I felt like I had know her my entire life! Darlyn hugged me and smiled and me and my heart just melted! That day she showed me some of her amazing pictures of her family (who she adored and loved) and her cherished late husband. I could see in her eyes the Pride and Love Darlyn felt as she was telling me stories about the pictures.. Darlyn made me feel special the very first time I meet her, She was just that kind of Lady.. Darlyn you will be missed... © 2021 MKJ Marketing Galleria

NAOMI HEARELL posted on 7/18/21

Thinking of your family, in prayers, and, remembering mine and Ford's visit with your parents in Hawaii.

Susan H. Steward posted on 7/16/21

Miguel and Lydia lived on S. Clark St. in New Orleans right behind my house. Miguel painted my house with 3 coats of paint after Hurricane Katrina when he was 82! He was always a polite, loving, respectful, caring, sensitive man. Lydia was the light of his life!

Brenda posted on 7/14/21

The very first time I met Darlyn, I felt like I had know her my entire life! Darlyn hugged me and smiled and me and my heart just melted! That day she showed me some of her amazing pictures of her family (who she adored and loved) and her cherished late husband. I could see in her eyes the Pride and Love Darlyn felt as she was telling me stories about the pictures.. Darlyn made me feel special the very first time I meet her, She was just that kind of Lady.. Darlyn you will be missed...

Bonnie Gail Mash posted on 7/12/21

Michael Mash was my husband from 2001 until his death. Ill always remember him fondly. I wasn't mentioned due to prejudice of the family.

Quanda Collins posted on 7/11/21

We are praying for you. Our sincere condolences to you and your family.

Terry Hoggard posted on 7/10/21

What honor to call Rupert Harrell a friend.I had the honor of being in Bible school with Rupert. Just a few years after I graduated, I assumed the pastorate of a wonderful church in Valley Center, Kansas. I followed Rupert and Myra and our connection became stronger during those days.I then rejoiced as Rupert pivoted again into a ministry that was built around all that his life experience had brought to him.He truly lived for God, sincerely loved his family, and openly shared his life with every person who came his way.Every phone call with him was so inspiring and every communication that he sent out focused on the God he loved and those he served.I am honored to be Rupert’s friend, one of the many I know … but I am so glad that I was among that number.Only heaven can accurately measure the impact of his life but I am absolutely certain that his reward will be great.I loved him and I know that he loved me as well!Praying now for all the family and friends!

David & Quin Pipes AKA: PIPES & MS. Q posted on 7/9/21

It was a Blessing to have the privilege and honor to know Rupert Harrell. To know him was to love and respect him, you will be truly missed on our future missions.. You now can breathe a breath of fresh celestial air.

Ernie and Sue Parker posted on 7/9/21

Sue and I send our prayers and thoughts to the family. We knew Rupert as a pastor, missionary, veteran and friend. Thankful for his service to God and his country. It was an honor to know him.

Royce Sormrude posted on 7/8/21

Ghost rider Brother, who will be surely be missed and if any earned their wings he did. Amen

Susie Blackburn posted on 7/8/21

Rupert was a distant cousin to me and I’m not even really sure how or where we fit in that family tree but I do know he loved his family no matter the distance between us physically or how far down that family tree we were. He showed much interest in keeping a connection between us all as the elders in our family moved on to heaven. I will always be grateful for his shoulder to lean on and his listening ears when my Mom and then my brother passed. His last trip to NC he made it a point to come to Wilson and have dinner with me. I got to meet some other family that I had never met. He was great at being a family man and most of all his love of country and pride he took in helping others was unmatched. We had planned that one day soon I would join him on a trip to Vietnam so he could show me where my Uncle was KIA He was so proud of my Uncle Butch and loved my grandmother something fierce. I can remember as a young girl and into my adult years Rupert being the glue that kept us all connected. He called me after he got out of the hospital after being soooo sick with pneumonia and he sounded good and was looking forward to being able to get out and on his motorcycle. I was shocked to hear of his passing. You will be missed greatly! Thank you for caring about me and our whole family. You were a special soul. Much love and prayers to his family! Hug everyone in heaven for me and kiss my Mama!

Thomas "Joisey" Clark posted on 7/8/21

Until Valhalla my warrior brother. Rest in God's arms.

Candace Gearheart posted on 7/7/21

Uncle Rupert was a great uncle. I didn't get to see him much but I always knew he loved me and that he was a brave person. I heard his stories of when he served and I am absolutely astonished at what he went thru. I served in the Army and never did anything like him. I will miss my Uncle Rupert, but I know he is running around in heaven right now like a kid in his prime. No more pain and suffering only joy. I love you Uncle Rupert you will be missed.

John W. Hosea “ANGEL” posted on 7/7/21

Preacher had a heart as big as all out doors. He always made time to talk to his brothers no matter what time it was and Preacher was a fantastic listener who never judged nor forced anything on anyone. The Lord definitely took one of the good guys, I guess he felt Preacher had given enough of himself and brought him back home. Preacher will definitely be missed by myself and thousands of others. Rest In Peace brother you have definitely earned it. A true Ghost Rider.

Michael O'Banion posted on 7/7/21

I remember Mike as always being a really great guy to be around. He was always a good friend to my dad. I'm gonna miss you Mike r.i.p.

Cindy Konig posted on 7/7/21

Rupert was the best brother I could have asked for, my hero, my friend. I love you Rupert and will miss you!

Deborah OBanion posted on 7/7/21

Mike was always a true friend to my husband and our family. I will always remember Mike with a smile on his face. He loved talking about his family and his eyes would light up. He was just always happy and kind.

Debra Halbert posted on 7/7/21

Aunt ChrisWas a good soul A true beauty A precious Gem.Our family was blessed to have her for 90yrs.We had great times when we were all able to be together. She will be truly missed by many. And the entire Beasley family. His lord said unto him, Well done good and faithful servant ; thou hast been faithful over a few things. I will make thee ruler over many things: enter into the Joy of thy Lord. Matthew 25:23 May the Good Lord comfort you all.Love, Debra Beasley Halbert

Cruz Family posted on 7/6/21

My condolences to your family

Rick Sullivan posted on 7/6/21

My deepest condolences to the Sutton and Rainwater families. My prayers are with you all.

Lindsey Brown Cotton posted on 7/5/21

My heart is absolutely shattered. Love you guys so much and I'm so sorry for your loss.

Jack and Sharon Martin posted on 7/5/21

Our deepest condolences to the Sutton and Rainwater families. Our hearts are broken for this sweet little boy.

Samantha hipps posted on 7/5/21

Sending my love

Vanvalkenburgh family posted on 7/5/21

So sorry for your loss prayers for you and your family beautiful baby boy,❤️

Vanvalkenburgh family posted on 7/5/21

So sorry for your loss ,beautiful baby boy my heart aches for the family

Brrnda Coats posted on 7/5/21

Sweet baby boy my heart hurts so bad

Delford and Aida Burton posted on 7/5/21

Our prayers and deepest condolences to all the Sutton and Rainwater familieswe love ya, so so sorry for your loss.

The Chartier Family posted on 7/5/21

So sorry of the loss of your precious little boy

Beverly J Livingston posted on 7/5/21

My ❤ is broken so sorry love you all

Beverly J Livingston posted on 7/5/21

My Heart is broken so sorry love all of y'all

Ginger Smith posted on 7/5/21

Derwood and Charlie always made sure I was well cared for when I worked at E-mc. I have so many fond memories of him and his stories about Booty. Sad to hear of his passing, sending condolences to all th we family.

Wes Hearn posted on 7/2/21

Our sweet little neighborhood ‘Granny’ will be greatly missed by the Hearn family. I spoke to her a few days prior as she was walking her dog and as usual she included, “Wes, did you know what, He’s got a plan for all of us. I don’t know when it will be my time, but I know Jimmy and I sure had a lot of fun living on this street!” Holt Street lost one of the sweetest souls I’ve ever met. They don’t make ‘em like her anymore. ❤️ My condolences to the family

Carey Youngreen posted on 7/2/21

My aunt Karen was a mom to me .After our mom passed away.Karen became my mom also I remember all the many times we would go visit her when we were children. She's always been very loving ,very ,strong, and ,will be truly missed I loved talking to her for along time on the phone.

Diane Nixon posted on 7/1/21

Loved Chris! She was always so joyful and friendly! Sorry for the loss for her loved ones but happy for her gain!

Mary Daniel posted on 7/1/21

I have so many stories that Chris would talk about when I use to fix her hair weekly, she was precious , she was funny , she loved life ... but she loved her Lord the most!

Jan and Paul Murray posted on 7/1/21

Chris was such a bright light in our Sunday School class! Always had encouraging words for us all. We have missed not seeing her for some time now. I’m sure she has already made new friends in heaven. Prayers for your family during this time of loss and transition

Alan and Lola Moret posted on 6/30/21

Our prayers and sympathies are with Walter's family. Walter was a wonderful neighbor -- always there to lend a hand or provide some sound advice. We will miss him. --Alan and Lola Moret

Marty McCoy posted on 6/30/21

Faith will be missed and certainly well remembered.

Beverly Crow Griffith posted on 6/30/21

I loved your Mother-she was such a joy to be with. I know her & Josette are laughing and having the best time. God bless you all.

Donald L Huffman posted on 6/29/21

Grateful for the US Army Service of Miguel LaFonatine for our country. Prayers are going up to heaven for comfort for his family and friends in their loss. May he rest in the promised Paradise with his Savior and preceding loved ones..Don Huffman, Army vet (Capt), and Dallas Honor Guard member

Shanae riddle posted on 6/29/21

Thinking of y’all

Alan Morales posted on 6/28/21

Always gave me great advice on business and rising a family.

Alan Morales posted on 6/28/21

I met Miguel in 2006 through my wife and Anais which was his niece. He was a happy man that welcomed me into their family. My heart hurts for his family and friends that will miss him as he passed to the next life. It was an honor to sit with him and enjoy a meal as we talked about work and raising families. Just another Inspirational man in my life that’s help me to become a better person. I will miss you Miguel until we cross paths again.

Ash posted on 6/26/21

We miss you so much Papa. It's been months and I still don't know what to say. We need you back. Nothing feels like home anymore. And it seems everyone and everything left with you. I hope you're having an amazing time catching up with the rest of the family. I'd give anything if I could join. But until then I will keep every promise I made you here. I'll use what you taught me, and make sure the little ones remember what an amazing Papa they had. Love you always me

Paula H Ratcliff posted on 6/25/21

Faith will be missed. I had good conversations with her on many occasions at St Thomas.

Mary Guffey posted on 6/24/21

Thank you your love and friendship. You’ve been in my life for a long time. You will be missed. Love you Red!!

Jeanne O’Connor posted on 6/23/21

I am so sorry to hear of Faith’s passing. I enjoyed working with her on many church activities. My prayers go out to you.

Ashley Rene’e McCasland posted on 6/23/21

We U so much PoThings are not the same at all anymore without you..I want to thank you Dad for everything you have done for all of us. -Ashley Rene’e McCasland

Ashley Rene’e McCasland posted on 6/23/21

We U Po..Miss you soooo much. I want to thank you for everything you’ve done in my life Daddy..things are definitely not the same without you here.XOXO-Ashley Rene’e

Mary Kokey Casbeer posted on 6/23/21

I went to school with Randy from the 1st grade until he started at Tech. He was the nicest person ever. So sorry for your loss.

Dan and Mary Chapman posted on 6/23/21

We will miss Faith. We sang in the choir at Holy Trinity and worked on church activities. Condolences to the family.

Brian Hester posted on 6/23/21

Kathy and Monica, condolences to you and your family. I am truly sorry for your loss.

Nessi posted on 6/23/21

Love you all. I’m so sorry for your loss. I’m here for y’all.

EVA WARD posted on 6/23/21

I am so sorry for your loss. She was a fine woman who loved to laugh!

Rene' Casey posted on 6/22/21

Pastor Woolbright was a huge influence in my teenage years. There was never a dull moment around him and he always knew what to say. Many blessings to you all. Love and Prayers, Rene' La Belle Casey

Sharry Blanton Robertson posted on 6/22/21

I will never forget the time that Jimmy arched his eyebrows and i laughed and Rita laughed. It was so funny! He was always kind to me. May you rest in peace!

Crystal cotton posted on 6/22/21

I will cherish the years we worked together and all the support given in my personal life.

Betsy Fanning posted on 6/21/21

Kathy, Monica, Sammy, Garret, and Jerry, My heart is with you. Randy was an extremely kind hearted person . He loved people. When in a conversation with Randy, he listened to the speaker intently and made that person feel 100% of his attention. He was a compassionate man who truly cared for others and would do anything in his power to help. Randy was a gentle servant leader with a huge heart. I am so blessed to have been a part of his family.

Linda Morgan posted on 6/21/21

Becky and family, So very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Kay Letscher and Billy posted on 6/20/21

Randy was our neighbor for 12 years and was always buzy with family and his love for cars.We were blessed to know him and have him as a neighbor and friend.He will be missed by all that knew him. He is now at peace .

edna manley posted on 6/20/21

Bill and Family,I'm so sorry for your loss. Diane was such a sweet person.You all are in my PrayersEdna LouTWCMarcia and Marilyn's friend

Lance Dale posted on 6/19/21

Our thoughts and prayers are with our family in their time of grief and sorrow. May God Bless!!! Love y’all Debra Dale & Lance Dale

Diana Lee posted on 6/19/21

May God fill you with his perfect peace and surround you with his love

D. White posted on 6/18/21

Sandy was such a sweet young lady. A friend of mine for many years. Sandy used to do my nails years ago. RIP Sandy!!

Kimberly McDonald posted on 6/18/21

Sandy you were so full of sass and laughter where you are is now a happier and funnier place with you in it.

Debi Morris Cox posted on 6/18/21

O Sandy such a sweet person. You were always so friendly, funny and had a beautiful smile. You are well again and rejoicing in the arms of Jesus.

Linda Fincher posted on 6/18/21

I will miss you so much .But I have so many memories. You are so lucky to be in Heaven. I will see you again some day. I love you to moon and back.

Abby posted on 6/18/21

Momma I remember you always loving me

Gay Whittington-Hopkins posted on 6/18/21

Sweet beautiful lady!Rest in peace!

Judy pennington posted on 6/18/21

My beautiful daughter in law

Jenny Wilson posted on 6/18/21

This candle will never go out til y’all are together again. Sandy is just ahead of some❤️❤️

Daniece Barrett posted on 6/18/21

I am so sorry for your loss. I love this picture! It so captures her fun loving smile and personality. She will be missed. Sending hugs & much love to you all. ♥

Patt Shipp posted on 6/17/21

Andrew was a treasure. I loved seeing him walk into my English class everyday. His smile was genuine and infectious. I am so sorry for your loss. I will miss him too.

Nikki Roepker posted on 6/15/21

You were such a good friend to me. I will not forget our long talks about life and the advise you gave me. Our lunches together, phone conversations, our laughs about the silliest stuff. I can still hear your voice, and see you as if you were standing in front of me right now. I was blessed to have met you, and you truly left an impact in my life in the short amount of time we had together. You are not forgotten and I know we will one day see each other again. See you later my friend.

Kevin Barbosa posted on 6/15/21

You were more than a friend, you were a Brother. I will miss you, See you on the other side!

Mary Ann Foley posted on 6/15/21

Andrew was a special young man. When he was a student with us, he was a leader and an example for others.

Kelli Dougher posted on 6/15/21

Andrew, I will miss seeing you visit us at school. It was such a blessing seeing you in uniform and proud of you, pursuing your future in a big way. You were always such a bright light in my classroom and I am thankful for getting to know you. I’ll truly miss you.

Raquel Scott posted on 6/15/21

I miss you so much friend,I’ll see you again. I will never forget you Willis!

Rayna posted on 6/15/21

Stuck here missing and loving you. Forever in my heart. Love Always,

Karen Reddick Smith posted on 6/15/21

Prayers for the family. She was a sweet, gentle soul.

Rosanne “Mama Blue” Kayl posted on 6/12/21

We will see you again Darrell. Rest in Heaven. I know you are riding on those golden streets now. I know it’s beautiful there

Cynthia Bynum posted on 6/11/21

He was the sweetest man and I will miss him.

Terri Karam Willett posted on 6/10/21

Oh, sweet Lizzie, I will miss our talks. This reminds me to take that trip, see that family, visit your lived ones. I love and miss you, Cousin.

Jennifer Huxel posted on 6/10/21

Blessings

Christine Gilbert posted on 6/10/21

Thoughts and prayers for Cecil & his family.

Allison posted on 6/10/21

The day I met you in 2000 changed my life forever. You tought me to be strong, work hard, stand up for myself, to love my family, and most of all to succeed and make the best life for me. Because those things were important to you, you made me a better person. I thank you for coming into my life. You are cherished, loved, and will be greatly missed till we meet again.

Jessye Edwards posted on 6/9/21

Darrell collins was a goo friend he helped me when ever I needed help and was always there to listen to me rant an rave if I was upset, he was also there to listen when ever I just wanted to talk or have a shoulder to cry on. He will be missed very much by so many friends and extended family. RIP my friend darrell collins

Trena Sims posted on 6/9/21

Will be greatly missed

Mary Carver posted on 6/9/21

I have been member of the Carver family for 51 years. Avis was so sweet to me since the1st time we met in 1969. My fondest memory of Avis was our trip to Las Vegas in July 1989. We were both having our 40th birthdays that summer. My mom, aunt Georgie, Avis and me went to Las Vegas for the 1st time. We had so much fun. It was a girl trip I will never forget. I will miss you so much but I will see you again someday. I love you!

Ted Sims posted on 6/9/21

Favorite cousin. Going to miss you badly. Who is going to listen to my stories.

June Woodall posted on 6/9/21

We will be friends for eternity. Thank you for always being there for almost 40 years! You will always hold a special spot in my heart. My love to your family and heaven is rejoicing your coming home!

Jamie Hudspeth posted on 6/7/21

So sad to hear this. Liz was such a sweet, sweet lady to me and Matt. We got the privilege of spending a Thanksgiving with Liz and her food was so awesome! That was many years ago and I’ve still not forgotten. Prayers for her boys and grandchildren and family. She will be missed.

Diana Shaw posted on 6/7/21

My thoughts and prayers are with Ellen, Betty Jo, Cecil, Barbara and the rest of the family. Mrs. Bacher was a sweet lady ♥

Sean Sheridan posted on 6/3/21

Hello Karen and Broughton Family,I'm so sorry for your loss. We worked together at Stryker for many years and I have very fond memories of my time with "Buuf". He was a treat to be with and I know he touched many people and will be remembered for his kindness. When live is very busy I think about when I would call Buf and ask "How are you bud?" and his response is one I still use today. He would say "Sean, I'm busier than a one legged man in an ass kickin' contest!" That's all I needed to hear. He will be with us bed guys forever.

Diane Scafaria posted on 6/3/21

Buford was one of my favorite Sales Reps at Stryker. He was the kindest and sweetest man. He had a heart of gold and his smile lit up a room. He will be greatly missed. My condolences go out to his family.

Diane Scafaria posted on 6/3/21

Buford was one of my favorite Sales reps at Stryker. He was the kindest and sweetest person. He had a heart of gold and was a pleasure to work with. His smile just lit up a room.He will be greatly missed. My condolences go out to his family.

Sean Sheridan posted on 6/3/21

sean.sheridan@stryker.com

Gloria Perry posted on 6/3/21

My sincere condolences to the Broughton family. Buford was a wonderful person and friend to many. He was one of my sales reps when he worked at Stryker. He was really the best and will be missed.

Annette Hungerford Holly McFarland posted on 6/2/21

Nancy I’m so sorry for your loss. Praying for you and all your family. I still love all you guys and think of you all often.

Pam, Zach and Brandon posted on 6/2/21

I'm so so sorry Karen, Brett, Michael and Kristina. Our deepest condolences and sympathies goes out to y'all. May he rest in heavenly peace.

Steve Foster posted on 6/2/21

Buford and I were sales representatives in the same region for Stryker Medical for 15 years. Buford was a pleasant, fun loving individual and an extremely valuable person in our region. I remember once he drove 8 hours from Texas to Oklahoma to help me in a specific hospital. That was the kind of team member he was. He was an integral part of our region and always available to help others . He spoke often about his love for his wife, Karen , as well as his children and grandchildren. He will be missed by his family and his friends

Kate & Jack Engel posted on 6/2/21

Buford was a great next door neighbor. We always enjoyed our conversations with him and appreciated him looking after our house when we were often away in Maryland. We offer our condolences. May he Rest In Peace.

Sonya Williams posted on 5/29/21

I'm in shock as I'm sure everyone is over this!!! Larry was such an amazing person that I will truly miss. When Larry would come to Cedar Mills he always had his dog or dogs with him and would always have donuts for our service department. I would always joke with him that he needs to bring us salad instead so the guys want get stuck in the boats they are working on. Prayers to his wife and family.

Shelly Garrison posted on 5/28/21

The world lost a kind, smart and funny man. I have so many fun memories of sailing with Larry and friends on Eagle Mt Lake. My sincere condolences to Jill and his family.

Antwanaye Hampton posted on 5/28/21

Sending prayers for the family and hoping that everyone recieves the strength to make it through this tough time by rembering all the good times XOXOXOXO

Connae and Doug Phillip's. Phillip's Ranch posted on 5/27/21

Sorry for your loss. Tryston is in heaven producing music for the lord. And will always be with you.

Connae and Doug Phillip's. Phillip's Ranch posted on 5/27/21

Our Condolences go out to our neighbor Stephanie and Trystons dad Ronald for their loss. Our prayers are with you and the whole family.

Rod Perkins posted on 5/27/21

I met Larry when he came to Eagle Mountain Lake and he started his Yacht service, and he was the sailboat expert. We were working with the same people and marinas as I had the pile drivers on the lake. We had a friendship and many of the same friends on the lake. Larry is my hero he was a family man, business man, and good to everyone, a man of God. I will never forget Larry and all the times we had on Eagle Mountain lake.

ERNESTINE & JOE LeBLANC & FAMILY posted on 5/25/21

WE MET LARRY A FEW TIMES WE ENJOYED TALKING TOHIM VERY MUCH. HE WAS VERY KIND AND FRIENDLY. OUR CONDOLENCESTO THE FAMILY. I KNOW HE WILL BE MISSED BY EVERYONE.

Karl Hielscher posted on 5/25/21

I did not know him as well as many of you knew him however, I will miss this gentleman who represented so many aspects of honor aD respectability as he interacted with us. God Bless, Larry.

Cliff Hall posted on 5/25/21

What a shock to us all . I’ve worked with Larry on home and business projects for at least 30 years. And we had much more to do also. We Became instant friends the first day ! I always smile when I think of the time spent around Larry and Jill two very special people God joined together that work hard and love their family.. They where always busy and building their future together. I am very sad to lose my friend but still feel comfort in memories of the time and talks we had. All my prayers on your family today. I know the coming days will be hard without Larry to turn to , but he’s only moved up to where we all will meet again soon.May this biblical quote help at this time::ISAIAH —41:10( So do not fear , for I am with you ; do not be dismayed , for I am your God . I will strengthen you and help you ; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand . )

JEAN Smaistrla posted on 5/25/21

I am grieved to hear of larry's death. Shocked would be a better word. He was so full of life and energy. YOU and yours are in my prayers. Jean

Ron and Carol DeVos posted on 5/25/21

Larry we’ll never forget when you and Karl surprised us by winterizing our boat when Ron was in the hospital. Thanks again

The O’Hara’s posted on 5/25/21

Prayers for peace and comfort in the days tocome. Larry was always so supportive and helpful with our scouting adventures. Hugs and love to all of his wonderful family.

Clay posted on 5/25/21

A man with whom a handshake mattered. Larry will be missed by everyone who had the pleasure of knowing him.

Ken Young posted on 5/25/21

RIP Larry,I met Larry in 1988 when I was managing the Benbrook Sailing Center Larry turned out to be our go to PRO when we were delivering a New Hunter Sailing Yacht we new the Job would get done on time and perfect every time!I learned a lot from Larry over the Years!He will be be Sorely Missed !

Diana and Allen McDowell posted on 5/25/21

So sorry for your family's loss.

Ralph Peck posted on 5/25/21

Larry was as good as guy as they come. He was always honest, spent his time doing what needed to be done and loving his family. Larry was good to me, through it all. A great guy who loved his wife and kids and always meant to be the best for them.

Horacio Gonzalez posted on 5/25/21

Our sincerest condolences Jill and to all of your family. We were so saddened to hear of Larry’s sudden passing. Rest in Peace dear friend.

Steve Flunker posted on 5/25/21

Larry was one of the kindest, generous, and most thoughtful individuals I know. His calm demeanor and quick smile were his trademarks. I always enjoyed the hours we spent sitting next to each other on the foredeck of DD racing at the boat club and it saddens me that you won’t be there next time. I feel lucky to call you my friend. You left us too soon. Rest In Peace, I will miss you.

Jerry Fantasky posted on 5/25/21

RIP Larry

Trevor Oyler posted on 5/25/21

I started working for Larry when i was 15 years old. I was homeschooled so i had a lot of free time on my hands so Larry kept me busy and out of trouble. We sanded the bottom of sail boats, fixed fences, built his porch, built garden planters, spent a lot of time out on the lakes installing and fixing boat lifts, and you can bet your butt when there was no work to be done i would be weed wacking. I will always be grateful to Larry for teaching the meaning of a hard days work. He was an amazing and considerate man. Everyday we worked he would buy his employees lunch. He went above and beyond for us. Larry inspired me to chase my dreams which led to me joining the US Navy. I am so sorry for your loss, Larry impacted so many people and I am forever grateful for him.

Chris May posted on 5/25/21

known Larry for 15 years, he will be missed., i always enjoyed our conversations we had, whether they were 1 min or 30 min.. He always made me feel appreciated in our business dealing no matter what. He was a good one. My most heartfelt condolences Jill and family.

Vince Cruz Jr. posted on 5/25/21

I recall first meeting Larry around 1999 when I bought my first hydro-hoist from him. I knew immediately from that point forward that Larry would be the calming voice of reason & trusting professional whom I would always consult for every boat I would own. It prides me to say that over the decades I enjoyed countless hours with Larry talking boats, talking vintage cars, crewing, or having lunch, a drink and a laugh at the FWBC. Rest in peace my friend, I will miss you dearly.

John Hardesty posted on 5/25/21

Larry helped me and many others get our first real sailboat into the water safely from wherever it came from. It’s scary looking at your new boat from the bottom when it is on the crane, but Larry’s wry smile and calm competence kept everything on track. I knew then that this was a community that I wanted to be a part of. He will be sorely missed and always remembered.

Trish Lemon posted on 5/25/21

I'm so sorry to hear this sorrowful news. My deepest condolences to Jill and family. I have nothing but the fondest memories of Larry and wonderful times spent together. Prayers for all.

Scott & Vickie Hundemer posted on 5/24/21

We are so saddened to hear of Larry’s passing. Our sincere condolences to Jill and family. You’re in our thoughts and prayers....

James Curry posted on 5/24/21

Life long friend (1961) good husband. farther, grand father, and provider, will be missed, i Have to many memories to list , and a good friend

Lee J Sperry- Unit Commissioner posted on 5/24/21

Butschek family- The Lonestar District and Longhorn Council were so sorry to learn of the loss of Vincent. Lord Baden-Powell, the founder of Scouting, said this to Scouts everywhere: "I often think when the sun goes down, the world is hidden by a big blanket from the light of heaven, but the stars are little holes pierced in that blanket by those who have done good deeds in this world. Vincent and the Butschek family are such people who have done good deeds in this world.

Wendy Garcia posted on 5/21/21

Billy was truly one of my favorite people. I knew him for 20+ years through Apex Supply. I have so many happy memories of Billy. He always put a smile on my face whether in person or by phone. I will miss him dearly...Prayers and sincere condolences to his family.

Mark Perez posted on 5/21/21

Sending my deepest Condolences to Billy’s family and BSI family!! He will truly be missed !God Bless

Bessie Dunn posted on 5/21/21

Great Aunt Bessie is very sad to hear about Little Bill and sends her Love.

Vickie Dunn posted on 5/21/21

I remember little Bill as a sweet young boy. Go rest High on that Mountain with the Father and the Son

Robert and Dorothy Verhalen posted on 5/20/21

We were two of Billy's satisfied customers for a number of years, but - as others have said - he was special. We respected him, liked him, and are saddened by his passing. Our sympathy to his family and friends.

Margaret Ryder posted on 5/20/21

I am so sad to hear about Billy‘s passing. He was an amazing person. Always upbeat, positive and kind, and a real problem solver. BSI plumbing was successful because Billy was so talented. He worked tirelessly during the winter storm to take care of everyone’s needs. I had no idea he was ill when I saw him in February. I always appreciated his kindness and his gentle demeanor and he always could figure out the most puzzling situations. I am sending love and light to his family. The world was a much better place because Billy Smith was here. He will be dearly missed.

Carolyn Thompson posted on 5/20/21

Juan's TCC family still miss him everyday. He always came through the office door saying a big "Good Morning" which set the day to start on a brighter note.

David Flournoy posted on 5/18/21

When someone you love becomes a memoryThe memory becomes a treasure

Maria Q. posted on 5/18/21

I met Billy Smith at the plumbing company I worked for many years back and I will always remember his kindness and humor. Anytime he came into the shop he made us all laugh. Sending prayers and best wishes to all his family and friends.

Chip & Gail Starr posted on 5/18/21

The best plumber and all around stand up guy I know. will be missed. Prayers for his family.

Sherri (Ivey) Speed posted on 5/18/21

A sad day. Billy was a childhood friend of my brother (Chad Ivey) and one we would see often at the house. Always upbeat, smiling and so, so funny!! You always felt like he was family, always! Condolences to his wife, children and family, what a great guy he was. Thank you for all the laughs, RIP Billy

Angela Morris Miller posted on 5/18/21

I have known Billy for over 40 years. As we became adults most of us moved away and grew apart as we started families and careers. We never forget those who we grew up with and the people who help us become who we are. Living right next door we spent so much time together as children. You will forever be missed.

Billy Flanery posted on 5/18/21

My condolences to Billy's family. Billy was a childhood friend , and neighbors . He always had a smile on his face

Jeana West, Jeana Waldrip posted on 5/18/21

I'm so so sorry to hear that Billy has passed on. I can't believe that my childhood friend and neighbor is gone. Love to the family

Latasha posted on 5/17/21

Billy thank you for the laughs, the smiles, and the knowledge you shared with me and Rachael. I also appreciate the good advise you gave us. You will truly be missed. Rest In Heaven.

Zac posted on 5/17/21

Zac Nelson with Apex Supply sends our condolences I have known billy for several years and he was one of the most down to earth individuals I have ever meet was always smiling you will be greatly missed my friend

Joanna , Daryl, and kids posted on 5/17/21

His infectious laugh, his great big smile will always be on my mind. He was Uncle Billy even to my kids. That’s how big his heart is. Until we see you again...

Rudy posted on 5/17/21

Hello my name is Rodolfo cabrera Billy he called me rudy I have 16 years working with billy in his company. I feel that it is enough time to know what kind of person billy was. He was my boss, and especially my friend, a nice person who tried to learn as much as I could from him because he knew a lot. He was a very intelligent person, I'm going to miss you, friend, I know it's going to make it difficult to get to the shop and not see you, but wherever you are remember that you continue to count on me for everything God bless you my dear friend.

Bill Ansley posted on 5/17/21

BSI was the plumbing company I used for MANY years at my home. Billy was always helpful when I needed to ask a question or have service and was always fair with his pricing. I had a problem recently when Surmin overcharged, but Billy made it right. Sorry that BSI will no longer be the same without him at the helm. My condolences to the family and his friends.

Melissa Wise posted on 5/17/21

Oh this is a sad sad day. I met Billy 10 years ago when he did the plumbing for the renovation of our 100 year old home. After that I recommended him to anyone who needed a plumber because you knew he was good, honest, and trustworthy. You can’t say that about many. I only wish he could have been here longer. Heaven took a good one. Rest In peace my friend amd watch over your family from above. WellIs you.

John Hill posted on 5/17/21

I was fortunate to meet Billy when he had just started he business - just him and a helper ........watched him grow it to be the the Best Plumbing Contractor in the Dallas area. Before long he was doing any and all plumbing needs for our 5 adult kids - along with my nephew’s (home builder) ........numerous numerous friends ......and they thought and believed Billy was the best most honest guy in his profession. In closing .....he was a First Class Guy - a lot of people are going to miss you Billy! Save us a place up there.....,until then God Bless You Buddy

Janice Hinman posted on 5/13/21

I so enjoyed Christine. We sometimes compared crochet notes. She was always kind and had such a sweet spirit. My prayers are with all the family.

Kayla Davis posted on 5/13/21

I was deeply saddened by the news of this wonderful woman’s passing. I loved that I got to get to know Christine. She was a woman of God and she loved everyone that came with in her path. My deepest condolences go to Steve, David, Michael, Joel, Brian and Stephanie.

Chuck & Janet Murphy posted on 5/12/21

We are so very sorry for your loss! Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time.

Debbie Wilson posted on 5/12/21

I miss you deeply Dru. You have a special place in my heart. Rest in peace my dear sister.

Patty Nichols posted on 5/12/21

What a blessing to get to know Christine. Such a vivacious and joyful woman who loved her family and God with all of her heart. Prayers are with the family.

Pauline Reust posted on 5/12/21

Christine is finally home. She has just changed addresses. We will miss her happy smiling face but one day soon we will see her again. Such a sweet special person who loved her Lord beyond measure. Such a good and loving wife and mother always there to support Steve and her boys. Heaven just got brighter ! Until we meet again Christine.

Carolyn Searcy Watkins posted on 5/11/21

During my time at Christ for the Nations Institute, some of my favorite memories revolve around Christine Bursell and our other roommates. Chris was steady and solid in her love for Jesus and in life. We were fortunate to enjoy a few other stages of life together as well. She stayed with my husband and I for a few months before she married, and what a sweet "aunt" she was to my children. I am so thankful for the friendship we shared and for knowing my sister in the Lord.

Evelyn Montandon posted on 5/11/21

Christine we will miss you tremendously. I have changed your diapers and played with you when you were young. You have grown to be a beautiful, gentle, loving and outstanding mother. You have three sweet sons that you and Steve have raised to be loving, caring, and joyful individuals. I know you are rejoicing with our Father. We will miss you sweet, loving and talented niece.

Camille Johnson posted on 5/11/21

I just today heard about the passing of my dear friend Judy Oosterhaus. I taught kindergarten at wake village with her for many years and shared many special memories . Rest In Peace sweet friend.

Eloise Mason posted on 5/11/21

I am so heartbroken to the point of not functioning at times. She was with me by my side at the birth of Josh and Ethan Ladd , my first two babies. She was good too the boys all the times. They loved her tremendously. We will remember you and love you. You will always be in our hearts. Till I see you again my sweet cousin.

Debora Hatfield posted on 5/11/21

I will always remember Larry’s kind nature and remember him in his White cowboy hat and that bright smile he always had, Larry you will most definitely be missed ! Give my mom & dad a hug in Heaven for me !

Sean & Shantel Smith & family posted on 5/11/21

We are so heartbroken to hear about Christine. She walked in deep faith and always knew how to make you laugh and always so positive. We are grieving with you Steve, Stephanie, Bryan, David, Michael & Joel, Aunt Carrol, Uncle Chester, April, Penni and Kimberlee and families. We love you.

Shirley Myers posted on 5/11/21

My heart goes out to Carrol, Chester and all the family in the loss of Christine. Just know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. I know you will cherish all the precious memories. Hugs and prayers to you all!

Pat Schmitt posted on 5/11/21

Christine sounds like a beautiful woman. My heart goes out to her family.

Connie Hogan posted on 5/11/21

I'm so very sorry for your loss. We will be thinking of and praying for Kimberlee and her extended family through this difficult time.

Susie Hughey posted on 5/11/21

Christine always knew what to say in every circumstance life gave her. She kept everyone laughing and was a strong Christian Woman. I will miss my nieces lovely smile so much and her whimsical personality and happy attitude about life. She Loved her family, and she loved and lived for God.

Carol Wolfgong posted on 5/11/21

Dru was a remarkable,one of a kind person.She left an impression on all she met.Dru is missed by many. Rest In Peace. Love Carol Wolfgong. Regretably I cannot attend her visitatiin.

Linda Huskey posted on 5/10/21

Larry was a very special brother and I really miss him. He was a kind, loving person who would do anything for you. Really regret not spending more time with him but know that he is in Heaven with his daughter, Mom, Dad, and many aunts & uncles.

Mark & Patty White posted on 5/9/21

Larry will be missed by all of us who loved him.Enjoyed Larry & Anita's coming to the house or us going to visit them. We are not of this world. He has passed through this world to go live where he has no more worries or sorrow but he'll never be forgotten.

Joyce Quilantan posted on 5/8/21

Larry was one of my nephews. I remember reading to him when he was little. He told me he remembers that too. He always texted me on Mothers Day to wish me a happy day and always ending saying "I love you "

Anita posted on 5/7/21

I will forever love you and lAnd miss you Thank you for loving me

Anita posted on 5/7/21

Thank you for loving me.I will forever miss you and love you❤️♥️

Kristie, Rick, Benjamin posted on 5/5/21

In loving memory of Ken.

Kristie Tackett posted on 5/5/21

In memory of Kenneth...

Kristie posted on 5/5/21

Best cousins ever!

Kristie Tackett posted on 5/5/21

I will never forget all the fun times and memories.... I’m going to miss you greatly.

mirenda cook posted on 5/2/21

Its been 5 years since you left me .It never gets easier .Miss you every day .

Laura Craig posted on 5/1/21

Doug Doug DougYou were so passionate at everything you did whether it was your family, job, vacationing, Sports Dad or Halloween Camp out Extraordinaire! You were my friend and favorite Halloween Buddy. You were so proud of that Chili as well you should have been. I don’t know how we will go on without you. But we will give it hell in your honor. We will all miss your commanding yet pleasant presence. Rest In Peace and channel me your ideas.

Gary Lindsay posted on 5/1/21

I've worked with Doug off and on for the last 15 years or so. I always found him to be very helpful and extremely knowledgeable in his work. I wish I had known more about the man behind the job but he was always kind to me and I knew he valued his family very much. My condolences to his friends and family. May your memories of him bring you love and comfort.

Michael Lavender posted on 4/30/21

I had the privilege to attend Jr. High and play football with Jonathon. He was the epitome of a TEAM player. Hard working and dependable. I am thankful for his friendship and service to our country!Jonathon Baker was a true TIGER! God speed

John Clements posted on 4/30/21

Over 30 years as co-workers and friends we always swapped stories of what each of our kids were doing over the years as they grew up. Doug was very proud of all his kids and wife. Doug was great to work with and I will truly miss him.

Asael Ochoa posted on 4/30/21

A friend for many years and “Almost Perfect” at his work. He always joked with me about his work knowing that I will always answer “Almost Perfect” but everything he did was perfect. Que Dios nuestro señor te tenga en sus manos y que bendiga a tu familia. Nuestro sincero pésame a toda tú familia

Ray Clark posted on 4/30/21

Jonathan was a childhood friend from elementary school through high school. He and his family were kind, loving people of strong character. Rest in peace Jonathan.

Bobby Gregory posted on 4/30/21

I've known Jonathan since we were in elementary at West birdville . He used to trade me his fried egg sandwich for my sandwich.He was a really good person and a true friend

Sheena Potter posted on 4/29/21

Pop we are going to miss you. I'm so thankful I got to know you these last two years. We love you

Cindy Donal posted on 4/29/21

I wish I have had the pleasure to have met Doug, by the stories I have heard. He was a wonderful husband, father and grandfather a great friend.May peace and comfort be with you all.Keeping you in my prayers.

Jo Boswell posted on 4/29/21

I've known Jon along time. Worked with him at Addison Airport. He was always smiling and laughing. He would brighten a room. He will be greatly missed.

Ruben Skinner Jr posted on 4/29/21

Doug was a great co-worker and friend. He and I shared a love of football and we could have easily hosted our own football talk show ("For Free"). Especially, since we agreed on almost nothing but we respected the other's viewpoint:) His camaraderie will be greatly missed. My heart goes out to his family. RIP

Son Dang posted on 4/29/21

Doug had a tremendous impact on all who got to know him. The loss of him will be felt by many. He will always be in his Lockheed coworkers hearts and memories.

Calvin Carter posted on 4/28/21

I was surprised when I received the message about Doug’s passing. I worked with Ray quite closely, not so much with Doug, but could depend on him when I did. I always enjoyed knowing him and found him to be helpful when needing something. My prayers are for his family during this time of loss.

Wade Simmons posted on 4/28/21

Like the rest of his Lockheed coworkers, I am deeply saddened by Doug's passing. I can't recall ever regretting an encounter with him. He was very talented at his job, and was a problem solver. He was clever and insightful, thoughtful and funny. He knew that he was well liked (because he earned it), and we will all sorely miss having him in our lives.

John Magee posted on 4/28/21

My prayers and condolences goes out to Doug's family. I've heard so many great things about Doug and he will be truly missed.

Charlie Talley posted on 4/28/21

I have had the good fortune to know and work with Doug throughout his time at what was then General Dynamics and now Lockheed Martin Aeronautics. Although his college and professional team preferences were not mine (and it made for the opportunity for good natured kidding to occur), we did share similar social and political view points - and I always enjoyed hearing his thoughts and his "take" on any specific subject - and he was not shy about giving it :).Additionally, Doug was a very gifted and talented to man with varied electrical and mechanical skills that few have mastered quite like him and he will surely be missed by all.In discussions with Doug I could tell he was very proud of his family and loved them very much - that was absolute. May his family find a measure of peace in the good memories and love that you all shared together.Regards,Charlie Talley

Larena Payne posted on 4/28/21

I'm definitely praying for the family. Many times he would come to speak to his brother Ray at work and I had opportunity to meet him. When the passing of a love one is fresh that days can seem long and hard but I know God will give us comfort during those times. I'm pray for you all as you pray for me. I recently lost my mother a week before Doug's passing. Prayer provides strength. God Bless

Barbara Taylor posted on 4/28/21

I've worked with Doug for more than 20 years- so many fond memories. As a coworker, he was always the guy with all the answers. As a friend, he was always there to give a helping hand. He loved his family and shared entertaining stories of his many travels. DDL lab will never be the same without him. I'll miss Doug as well as the countless number of friends he had at Lockheed. My deepest condolences to his family.

Bryan posted on 4/27/21

I’ve had the privilege to date his oldest daughter Ashley for little over a year now. I was fortunate to go on two family vacations with everyone. It was never a dull moment. I got experience the “Carmin curse”. In the moment not so fun, but looking back. I wouldn’t have changed the experiences. Doug, you have raise amazing girls that have turned into beautiful women. It saddens me that our time together has came to and end. I promise I was always do right by you. Rest easy Doug. Love ya!

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Crouch posted on 4/27/21

Patti, A bedrock on our little street. A mainstay in our Lake Country community, who left little sprinkles of herself in our lives, on this street. Through her encouragement, goodness, non-judgementalism, kindness, care, and serving others. So many times she would stop to compliment me on my yard art, my Christmas tree, my hairstyle, or just to give an encouraging word. Then, all the times I saw her helping others. The vivid example of her stedfast love for her daughters. These were acts that show forth the witness of her faith. The impression on the hearts and minds of her neighbors. Her little lighted candle glowed on our street. Now, there is such a void here and she is sorely missed. These are just small accounts of her testimony she left on this earth. Though she was unaware, she made such a difference here. There is a now a void on our street since she has passed. Our hearts and prayers go out to all her family. Jamie and Stacy, we are so sorry for your loss. Love and life in Jesus, Jerry and Brenda.

Ryan Hammer posted on 4/27/21

I had the pleasure of working with Doug on and off for the past ~20 years. Doug was always the "go-to-guy" we went to when we needed that special skillset to complete a project and the quality of his workmanship was amazing. My deepest condolences to Doug's family and friends. He will be greatly missed.

Thomas Haeussler posted on 4/27/21

I had met Doug through work. Doug was so helpful, and skilled...well down right amazing! I am blessed to have met him for only a short time. My condolences to his family and friends. May God's peace and understanding to you all!

Denise Constien posted on 4/26/21

Doug was a force to be reckoned with and while he put on a good show of being this rough, gruff and tough guy. Down deep he was a softy! In fact, he had a heart of GOLD! There was nothing he wouldn’t do for his family or friends. As a result, his girls held his heart in the palm of their hands. As one would say, they had him undoubtedly wrapped around their fingers! He was so proud of each and everyone of them and rightfully so! He helped raise some amazing young ladies. His strong presence in the physical world will be greatly missed by ALL who had been given the opportunity to have known him. Doug, may you rest in the hands of the LORD in Perfect Peace.

Angela Terrett posted on 4/26/21

We love you Doug! You will be greatly missed! I am so grateful for all you have done for me and my family! My favorite memory was watching you put money bills in your girls plastic Easter eggs one Easter. The smile and joy on your face was heartwarming. I don’t think you thought anyone was noticing. You were just enjoying doing something for your girls. Doug you will forever be in our hearts! We love you!

Jerry and Brenda Rockstroh posted on 4/26/21

Doug was a kind and gentle man and much admired for his devotion to his family. Jerry and I are deeply saddened by his death and pray for God’s peace and comfort for his family. We love you all.

Pam Scott posted on 4/26/21

I have nice memories of Doug as a friend back in highschool I think I met him at the Garrett’s house ! His wife Brenda and I have known and were friends through the school years in Mustang ! Seems like he continued to be a great guy, sorry for the loss for the family. Too soon

Daren Weeks and Wynne Willis posted on 4/26/21

Such a painful loss is felt and we are missing you so much. But we know you are pain free and telling jokes as God welcomed his angel. We love you Patti, and know how much you will be missed.

Barbara Morris posted on 4/26/21

Patti you are going to be missed by all. I know you are with God and share your eternal happiness together. I love you!

Barbara Morris posted on 4/26/21

I am sending my prayers to the Schusler Family. My heart is hurting for the loss of one of the most wonderful people I have ever known. All my love.

patrick shields posted on 4/25/21

I miss Gary very much! We shared many days as Ambassadors at DFW (I think over ten years) I always enjoyed hearing of his travels and his grandchildren. I met Patricia at the annual l dinners as well.

patrick shields posted on 4/25/21

patinbg@gmail.com

Charles Goodwin posted on 4/25/21

Linda I have you and your family in my prayers. I Enjoyed working with you and BJ.

Lorraine Pleasant posted on 4/24/21

My sincere condolences to the Vazquez and Aparico family. May Jehovah the God of comfort give you some much needed comfort during this difficult time. (2Cor. 1:3)

Jennie Zeitler posted on 4/23/21

I have so many wonderful memories of Glennis when we were next-door neighbors from 1991-1994. From the first moment when we were looking at the house to rent, she and Tiny came over to greet us. She looked right at me and said, "I'm sure you are a quilter!" and gave me a big hug. She was right. In 1992, she helped me quilt a full-size quilt in less than three weeks, as a favor to my mom for her to give as a Christmas gift. We did it, quilting every evening - with her on one side of the quilt and I on the other! I treasure the letters she sent after we moved from Texas. She was a dear soul!!

Lois Jacob and Merle Galbraith, s/v Interlude posted on 4/22/21

I remember the sad call one night from Deborah. She found me in a distressed state, with my hubby in the hospital with no visitors allowed because of covid-19. I think she consoled me more than I consoled her! My hubby and I met Carol and Chuck on the dock at the Trinidad Yacht Club. Carol was so tall and willowy. Their boat was one of the few sailboats, like ours, without mechanical refrigeration. I organized twice weekly deliveries of block ice to the yacht club and Carol was a regular customer. They sailed west and later, from Texas, we corresponded via email. I always looked forward to Carol's emails. They were a source of great jokes, cartoons, and stories and photos about dogs, mostly pugs. Carol, we miss you! We send our heartfelt sympathy to her family and friends.

Sophia Williams posted on 4/18/21

Im.so sorry to hear about your dad. Sending prayers and hugs

Arturo Arizola posted on 4/17/21

A good man that I have great respect for , He always had a positive attitude and our friendship will always be great memory.. Rest In Peace Chuck

Dave Rogers posted on 4/17/21

Chuck was one of the smartest men I know. I learned a lot from him. He was a good one.

Danielle posted on 4/17/21

Another Angel got his wings..Go Rest High On That Mountain with GrandmaLove You PawPaw Chuck ❤️

Danielle posted on 4/17/21

Another Angel got his wings. Love u pawpaw Chuck ❤️ Go Rest High On That Mountain with Grandma

Eva Juarez posted on 4/17/21

So many memories of my sister. I’ll miss her dearly but knowing she’s with our Lord gives me comfort and I know I’ll see her again. My continued prayers for the family. I love you all

Yolanda Adkison posted on 4/17/21

So what can I say about an Aunt that loved me unconditional? She was always bringing me a bag of goodies while I was raising my two boys. One occasion that stands out is when she brought me a bag of Hershey kisses for Valentine's Day. She was worried I wouldn't get any kisses for that day. That was just one of many. I'm so thankful for the memories she has left me. I will miss buying her Elvis calendar every Christmas. Love you Aunt Nena and will be praying for my cousins.

Lucy Montez posted on 4/17/21

I am so sorry for your loss. She was a beautiful woman with a beautiful heart! My prayers are with you all.

Verneé Reese posted on 4/17/21

My sincerest condolences for the family. Praying for peace in such a difficult time.

Ruth Ford posted on 4/16/21

My sincere condolences to the family. Though I didn't know him long, I enjoyed his hospitality and friendship. May God bless and strengthen the family!

Rosa Laura Martínez de Ramos posted on 4/16/21

My sincere condolences to you and your family. The pain of his loss is in my heart, my family, and my siblings. Rest in peace my beloved brother. I love you mija, tu tía Laura.

Emily Morgenstern posted on 4/16/21

My condolences to you and family, sending healing prayers and love to you all

Araceli posted on 4/16/21

My condolences to you Elva and your family

Becky (Mason) Bethel posted on 4/15/21

Dear Family I am so sorry for your loss. Marcella was an incredibly strong women who endured much and let her faith carry her through it all. So many fond memories of growing up in church with her (and some of you, too) and of camping trips together that leave a warm glow in my heart to this day. I know she is terribly missed and pray God gives your comfort to carry you through this difficult time. - Much love to you all.

Becky (Mason) Bethel posted on 4/15/21

Dear Family I am so sorry for your loss. Marcella was an incredibly strong women who endured much, and let her faith carry her through it all. So many fond memories of growing up in church with her (and some of you, too) and of camping trips together that leave a warm glow in my heart to this day. I know she is terribly missed and pray God gives your comfort to carry you through this difficult time. - Much love to you all.

Melody Sallak posted on 4/14/21

I'm so sorry for your loss. Bonnie was the sweetest person I have ever meet at Kroger. When she worked with Boar'shead she would come to my store to train associates. Always put a smile on my face to see her. She will be missed by many.

Brenda Salmander posted on 4/13/21

My deepest & heartfelt sympathy. Bonnie & I were friends for many years, so many good memories.

Dave and Linda Lewis posted on 4/13/21

John, Chris, and Austin, We are so very sorry for your loss. Bonnie was such a sweet soul and so warm and kind. Sending you muxh love and praying that God will comfort and hold you.

Mary Wilborn posted on 4/12/21

To the Custer family, I am so sorry for your loss. Bonnie use to be my manager for 10yrs at Kroger. She was always smiling and made everyone feel welcome and cheerful. She will be dearly missed. I will always miss the time we would all hang out for ladies night. May God bless the Custer family for your loss and my sincere condolences.

charlotte long posted on 4/12/21

I still cannot believe you are gone. We never got back together after our last abrupt phone conversation. I know you are finally at peace and no longer suffering any pain of any kind but I miss you anyway. Love you always,

Mike Linda posted on 4/12/21

Davie so sorry for you and your family of your beautiful wife Brenda..May God surround each with His unfailing love strenghth peace and comfort..Jesus welcomed home quite the lady..your testimony in earlier yrs when you came home from war..reaped such Christ like for His Glory in Brand as life..we send our love prayers to you and the family..Welcome home Davie And for your beloved Brenda Welcome to your Heavenly home Praising your Savior eternal glory...

John Hendrix posted on 4/12/21

John. I am so very sorry. She was a very kind person with a sweet disposition. Kim and I send are deepest sympathies. If there is anything we can do. Please don't hesitate to ask.

Jonathan Pennington posted on 4/12/21

Wish I would’ve made more time.

Mary posted on 4/11/21

I miss you ❤️You are always in my heart..thanks for everything mahal

Glenda Duke posted on 4/10/21

My condolences to the family of Judith. I have many fond memories of times spent with her in her Texarkana home. Still think of her when I pass by.Prayers

Winford L. Dunn, Jr. posted on 4/9/21

Our Deepest Sympathy to your family at this time. Call me if there is anything I can do. Winford L. Dunn, # 2 Stoneridge Circle, Texarkana, Texas 75503903-277-2539 Cell. God give you peace for the journey ahead.

Phyllis mintz eisenberg posted on 4/8/21

Judy was a delighful and nice person from our high school daysMay she Rest In Peace

Bob abd Sandy Vincent posted on 4/8/21

We are sorry we never knew Judith in the Texarkana community. I understand she was a long-standing member of Trinity Presbyterian Church. She was very loved well spoken of by the members. Our prayers are with her family.

Linda Parker posted on 4/8/21

Please know you, Julie and Jim and your family, are in our thoughts and prayers. Mrs. Oosterhouse was a true lady.

Gloria Matassa posted on 4/8/21

My heartfelt sympathy and prayers to Connie and the entire family. He was just the sweetest to me, always stopping to talk. I remember that he often accompanied Connie when we had to clean the old St. Thomas Catholic church and grabbing the vac to help. He will be missed.

Sarah Martin Arendt posted on 4/8/21

Judy was the epitome of elegance, grace and kindness. She was my 7 years older cousin and I spent many summers with her and her sister Sue who was my age. Judy was always kind and never annoyed with us even though she shared a bedroom with us. She taught me the "right " way to wash my face and we watched her get ready for her dates with George. She was a great influence in my life and, no doubt, in the lives of many others. Rest in peace.

Carey Clay and family posted on 4/7/21

Judy was a delight to be near and brighten any room she walked into. She was a caring, loving person to talk to. Prayers for all the family and may God surround them in peace.

Jane Corry posted on 4/7/21

I’m so sorry, she was such a lovely person.I remember many visits to my cousin Susan( then known as Sue) and how glamorous Judy always seemed. There was one time we went to the beach and Tim took pictures of us on the lifeguard stands. I can still see her black hair and red lipstick.

Amanda posted on 4/6/21

Every beautiful day of our lives together. Early morning talk's and coffee. Me and the girl's miss you so. I love you to the moon and back. Thank you for being my guardian angel on earth and in Heaven.❤

Bob Bird posted on 4/6/21

Grew up with Alex on the Southside of Soith Bend. We worked at Toasty's together for a couple years in our 8th and 9th grade years the last years that I remember seeing him were there and at Riley HS. RIP old friend and fellow veteran.

Florence Dufek posted on 4/3/21

I knew Carol as a teenager when my husband, daughter and I moved a few doors from her and her family. Carol became my daughter's babysitter and a friend. We kept in touch after her and her family moved and she joined the service. I will miss her yearly letters. My condolences to her family.

Mel and Glenda Whirley posted on 4/3/21

We thank God for the life of Carol. What a joy to have known her and witness her love that radiated for the Lord, her family, friends, and all she met. My sons were privileged to have her teach them in Sunday school; Hunter and Preston have their Ms Cobb stories. She made them feel special, and they were still “hers” years after teaching them because she always asked about them and followed that with a special memory she had with them. She spread love, fun, laughter, and the Word as she walked with God. We appreciate her godly service to family, church, community and country. She left a beautiful spiritual inheritance for you Cobb children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. Our prayers continue for you.

Herb Allison posted on 4/2/21

The family of Troy Allison wish you well .You were good friends at the flea market .

Sharon Hood Beets posted on 4/1/21

He was always so kind and friendly. I was always proud we were related! Will miss him so when family is together! I do look forward to seeing him again in Heaven! Much love & precious memories!

Mary Priddy Leadbetter posted on 4/1/21

I let Tommy Brittain know also. We remember you fondly. Have a blessed eternity. We will catch up with you when it’s our time.

nancy neal posted on 4/1/21

my thoughts are with you'll. such a sweet family

Shari Barnes posted on 3/31/21

Gary was a dear friend who was always a joy to travel with. We miss his kind and loving spirit and treasure the times we shared.

Mike & Gail Ellrott posted on 3/31/21

Gail and I want to express our deepest sympathy to Christopher, Wendy, Allison, Julie , Nathaniel and your families. We know what a terrible loss this is to you. We will miss Carol and her annual family updates. We have many fond memories, growing up together in New York State. I am sure Carol’s spirit will be with you forever and your memories of her will lift you in difficult times.

Jennifer Larimore posted on 3/31/21

Deep condolences on the passing of Carol. We knew her from Chapel 3 and the children’s programs. She was so kind and comforting when our son Anthony passed in 1988. What a lovely woman she has been to us all. I have never forgotten my experiences with her. Sending prayers for comfort and peace.

Alex and Jackie Begley posted on 3/31/21

Chris, Julie, Allison and Wendy our heart hurts because you hurt. Our memories of your mom are many. From working with her at Chapel 3 to her sharing her precious Wendy with us every summer. She was a true woman of God and our world is left with a empty space we will never be able to fill. Her welcome home gathering in heaven must have been a wonderful sight as she has touched so many lives and shared her love of God with all who she met. My prayer now is that you find comfort that only our Father God can give. Rest with the angels Carol

Robbie Shive posted on 3/31/21

So very sorry for your loss. Prayers for comfort to the family.

Carla and Roger Furry posted on 3/30/21

We will always remember the time we shared at Lackland being neighbors, friends and sharing in fellowship with the Protestant Youth program.

Rosemary Moon posted on 3/29/21

I worked for Kathy for about a year and a half. I enjoyed our time together and all the stories about her life and family. Praying for her family during this time. God bless you all.

April Williams posted on 3/29/21

We loved Gary so much and will miss him.

Lois M Reid posted on 3/29/21

Gary was always there for us, likewise his wife (my sister). I remember the many sacrifices he made for us. Remodeling our bathroom so my husband could navigate better with new shower arrangements, & remodeled our kitchen (a wonderful surprise). He took the time out of his life to tend my husband so that I could attend my sister's funeral in another state. Made lovely glass decorations, great help with tech items, sent items from overseas that we continue to cherish today and always so eager to help. We all will miss your great personality and loving care Gary. Til we meet again.!! Love always!!

Laura Bunata posted on 3/29/21

I remember Halloween and Carla's birthday parties.

Dotty Woodson posted on 3/29/21

Miss her. Sending hugs, prayers and best to family and friends. Treasure your memories.

Dotty Woodson posted on 3/29/21

Miss her. Sending love, hugs and prayers for family and friends.

Sheree Moon posted on 3/27/21

“Pop” was a hero to me, in many ways. His faithful service to our country, his valor, the way he loved his precious wife, the beautiful family he raised. His big heart, his humor, what a legacy he has left. My life is richer from having known and loved this man, truly a fine example of “the greatest generation.” Grateful to Jim & Faye & Meleah for accepting me as an extension of the family. My prayers are with “Mom”.

Anita Dinwiddie posted on 3/27/21

Uncle Roy was a kind and gentle man, with a smile that warmed many hearts. His compassion and his devotion to my precious Aunt Velma will live on in my memories of him.

Tammy Jones posted on 3/26/21

In loving memory of my dear ol friend Jerry Allen

Larry Campbell posted on 3/26/21

May the Lord bless you and keep you in his loving embrace during these times, rejoice that Jerry is with his Lord and savior and is healed and no longer suffering.

Donna Walker Bolton posted on 3/26/21

My sincere condolences to the entire family. Jerry had a charismatic personality and loved by all. Don’t think he ever met a stranger. Great full for his friendship through the years. We the class of 78 shall miss him, but never forget him. RIP JW.

Marvin F. Owen posted on 3/26/21

I did not know Roy Bertelmann but he had a profound effect on my career. Roy retired from our organization as an electronic specialist in 1968 and I enlisted as an electronic specialist in 1969. By that time, Roy and others like him had established a level of organizational excellence and dedication to mission unmatched in the young US Air Force. I strived to maintain that commitment and carry his legacy for the next 45 years. Thank-you, Roy. Rest in peace.

Dee Thurman posted on 3/26/21

Jerry, you and Dusty were my Cousin playmates when we were all very young... I always looked forward to our time together as a little girl. Now, I pray for your dear family to be certain of God’s presence comforting each one and look forward to hearing all about how though they yearn for you they are cherishing your memory and God’s tender care.

Loretta Adams posted on 3/25/21

RIP JERRY, you will be missed❤️

Tabitha Lyons posted on 3/25/21

Nick I am still trying to process all of this. You were my soul mate and best friend. I miss you dearly and the house isn't the same without you. The girls miss you and we are trying to pick up the pieces. I loved you the minute I met you and I know you felt the same because we were inseparable from that moment on. We talked about forever, but 11 years is not forever. We had a crazy life together, but nothing could come between us. Us against the world as we said. I will see you in heaven.

Tabitha Lyons posted on 3/25/21

tabbylyons19@yahoo.com

Amber Miller posted on 3/25/21

I cared for Roy and his wife Velma while they resided at Legacy Oaks of Azle and being from Hawaii I used to greet them every morning with “Aloha Kakahiaka” and he would always bear the biggest smile known to man and would then follow with “aloha kakahiaka to you” May he Rest In Peace. No worries Roy I’ll make sure Velma gets the proper care she deserves. Aloha Oe to an amazing man!

Doty Allen posted on 3/25/21

I remember Jerry as a great father, who loved everyone. Always full of laughter and I thought he and always will be the the most handsome man I have ever met. And I’m proud to say I was married to him.

Lisa Carr posted on 3/25/21

I have loved Jerry for so long. We've known each other since junior high. When I was in the 7th grade, I bought an ID bracelet at the stock show and had them engrave 'Jerry' on it. I went to school and told everyone that Jerry was my boyfriend. It worked too because he went to Lake Worth and I went to Azle. He was my fake boyfriend for the rest of the school year. Jerry and I reconnected and I told him that story and he got the biggest kick out of it. I loved to see him smile. He has always been such a good friend to me and I'll miss him terribly in this life. But, one day we will be United in Glory...of that I'm sure. It will all be different then, but I'll know Jerry. "In death, perhaps I'll lose you, but I want you to know you were the one."

Theresa Holcomb posted on 3/25/21

I remember Jerry as the mischievous, funny, younger brother of Dusty but always had his heart in the right place....Rest in peace Jerry.

Connie South posted on 3/24/21

Jerry will be missed by many. Our heartfelt condolence to the Allen Family. My children all remember growing up with Cheri, Dusty and Jerry. God Bless you all.

Jessica Rael posted on 3/24/21

Isaac, I remember finding out I was pregnant with you! I was so so surprised. Once I got used to the idea I was hoping for a boy. I got my wish. You were/are perfect. Even though you are not here with me physically you are in my heart every day. ♥ I miss you so much. I talk about you every day with your brother and sisters. Audrey still doesn't quite understand your gone and ask if I could go and just get you back. I wish so badly it worked like that. I love you baby. I miss you. I dont thinknit will ever stop hurting. Love mommy

Debra and Billy Camp posted on 3/24/21

Jerry had the ability to connect with everyone. He had a charisma that made it easy to connect to him. Jerry and Billy made lots of great memories growing up. I’m thankful that Dusty called me up and that I had the opportunity to pray with him. We’ll see you in Heaven, our friend.

Sharon Duffy posted on 3/24/21

I'm so very saddened by your loss. Jerry was an inspiration to many. Prayers of comfort and strength to all.

Tammy Jones posted on 3/24/21

Jerry had such kindness in his eyes and that slow easy smile. I’ve always held him in my heart as a much loved high school friend. Prayers for his dear family.

Terri Ambrose posted on 3/24/21

Treasure (BabyGir), This life is so empty and sad without you. There isn't one day that I do t think of you. I miss everything about you. I am so lost without you. You are my first daughter, my best friend, my soul mate, my world. I've you with all that I am. I love you and miss you deeply. Love, MommaHugs and kisses to your heart. ❤

Kim Morris posted on 3/23/21

Great Man! Love you,Bill! Prayers for the family!

Allison Burks posted on 3/23/21

Over 5yrs you've been gone Bubba & still not a day has gone by I don't think of you. I miss my little brother. To see ur smile again will b perfect. God has you now until I get to see you again, never will you be forgotten here on this earth. I love you Mikey. Miss you soo much Bubba.

Josie Guffey-Jennings posted on 3/22/21

My most deepest sympathies to the Doherty family. Martha and I shared a special and unspoken relationship that only she and I had. We are the widows of the Texas Rangers that died in the Line of Duty. Stan was shot and killed in the line of Duty in 1987. My Deepest sympathy

Donna & Ronnie Helms posted on 3/22/21

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Ely family in your time of grief. Catherine was a good friend and I cherish all the memories I have of her, C.L., Tammy, Jimmy, and Randy. Catherine, Tammy, and I kept in touch via phone throughout the years although we only got to see each other three times since the '70s. Catherine was dearly loved and will be missed by all who knew her. Knowing she is whole once again, is no longer suffering, and is reunited with C.L. and Tammy makes the loss easier to bear. In my mind, I can envision the homecoming/welcoming celebration in Heaven with her family members, most of whom I knew, that had entered the gates before her.

Kathy posted on 3/22/21

Loved you so much!!! Thanks for being so sweet to me!! Can’t wait to see you again!! I know your rejoicing with Jesus and all your loved ones gone before you.

Donna Graves posted on 3/22/21

I was honored to share family celebrations with Jerry and Susan these past twenty-seven years. The most recent were our Easter's at Barn on the Brazos. If Jerry was not there, we did not have near as much fun. THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES AND YOU WILL BE MISSED!

Thomas Beaman Jr posted on 3/21/21

I wish to extend my thoughts and prayers to the family. If there is anything I can do for y’all, please let me know. Delmar was a good friend and I will miss him.

Terry and Cindy Heidecker posted on 3/20/21

Mark will be greatly missed... Sending love to the whole family.

Fred & Jean Geier posted on 3/19/21

Our tour in Hawaii was a great tour of duty with the Marines. The highlight of that tour was the people we met. Jerry was one of those people. It was a true pleasure knowing and working with Jerry. He was the consummate professional who would work long hours to correct a problem or search for the solution to solve the problem and prevent it from happening again. He was a person that everyone wanted on ‘their team.’ But it went beyond that, Jerry was a great human being. He would do anything for anyone. We were fortunate to live on the same street as Jerry and his family. Our young daughter would affectionately call Jerry “Flipper” whenever she would see him. We all would call him Flipper, not only because that was his nickname, but because he would beam with a smile whenever you called him Flipper. He was liked by everyone. There were several times he kept me out of trouble and conversely, when I kept him out of trouble. He was a true friend, a friend to our entire family. May God bless Scott and his entire family with his peace and comfort during this time of bereavement. Know that Jerry is in a better place without pain. It takes a long time to get used to the loss of someone we love, but it’s important to remember that when people die, they leave something very special behind – They leave us memories of many things they said and did. Let us cherish those memories forever. And as long as we have those memories, the people we love will live on in our hearts and minds.For Scott, nothing can ever replace the wisdom, advice, and love of a good father. May you find comfort in remembering all the guidance, strength and love with which your father touched your life. Those precious gifts and memories will always live on with you. May you find comfort in lasting memories and hope in brighter tomorrows.Fred & Jean Geier

Christina DelVechio Rose posted on 3/19/21

My heart goes out to you all. He was a very kind soul. A friend to all. May you find peace.

Linda Covington Deweber posted on 3/18/21

Kenneth David is my first cousin. I have such fond memories of him and Patsy and the love they poured out to their children. It is heart warming to know that the legacy continues. The extended family mourns their family's loss.

Gayle Brown posted on 3/18/21

May God give strength & peace as you go through this tragic time. Prayers & Hugs to all the Farris Family! I wish you many Blessings throughout the year!

Chris Nguyen and Krystal Tran posted on 3/18/21

I worked with Chris for a couple of years and had the pleasure to become good friends with him! He was a nice, considerate and wonderful guy! He will be truly missed. Our condolences and prayers to his wife and little girls.

Lori Hamm-Neckar posted on 3/18/21

Prayers for the entire family during this difficult time. The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and always with you.

Sandy posted on 3/18/21

I'm so very sorry you lost Chris. I reach out to you today with heartfelt sympathy.

Jen Weldon posted on 3/18/21

Mr. Covington was always kind and had a smile on his face. I’m thankful I had the pleasure of knowing him since I was a child. May he Rest In Peace. We grieve with hope.

Steve Jenkins posted on 3/18/21

Very sorry to hear about your loss.

Scottie posted on 3/17/21

Melvin and Charlotte-I’m so sorry to hear about Sharon. She was a very dear person and I’m so glad to have known her. You and your family are in my thoughts.

Hilton Carter posted on 3/17/21

A good man gone far too soon. Although I only met Chris once, I could tell he was a good person who was in love with his wife and kids. He will be sorely missed by everyone who knew him. Rest in Peace Chris.

Nancie Thomas posted on 3/17/21

Melvin and family, so sorry for your loss. Sharon was always very gracious and will be deeply missed. I know your sweet memories will console you. Prayers for you all Roy and Nancie ThomasAzle, TX

Mary Trietsch posted on 3/17/21

Though, I never got to meet Chris I am convinced he was one of the best...best husband, best father and best friend. How blest you are to have had him in your life. My prayers and blessings to all your family.

Bill Tinney posted on 3/17/21

When I fell ironworking in 1983, the doctors would not release me to go back to working on high iron. Delmar gave me a job working with Gary in his new garage door business. It was a good job with good pay and good people. I have never forgotten it. Thanks Delmar and the whole Holly family. So sorry for your loss.

Wes Esquivel posted on 3/17/21

I pray that God will provide comfort to Chris' family in this time grief.

Ben Jones posted on 3/17/21

I worked with Chris for a couple of years and in that short time, it was evident he was a good man and he was a good friend. My prayers go out for his family, especially his wife and little girls. I was so comforted to see that he trusted Christ with his life.

clare thomas posted on 3/17/21

may he rest in peace he will be missed such a beautiful soul my prayers go out to his family so sorry for your loss

Kimberly Truitt-Turner posted on 3/16/21

This is the most beautiful obituary I’ve ever read. May his memory always be a blessing. Sending much love to the entire family and all who loved Cousin Chris.

Tal Joseph Milan posted on 3/16/21

My deepest of sympathy to your family as we in the Fort Worth Airpower will miss Mike very much. He spoke at our War Stories last year and it was great to hear his memories from Vietnam. I met Mike in the late 80s and it was always nice to come across him at a store or restaurant for a chat. Please know that Mike was very friendly to our War Heroes and he will be missed.

Shela Miller posted on 3/16/21

My precious Sharon where do I begin on my memories. I remember going on dates with you & Melvin before you was married. The unconditional love you showed to anyone you came in contact with is what I will always cherish. I will see you again for now you are my angel walking beside me. Melvin, Darren, & Shelley my thoughts and prayers to you always.❤️

Robert LeVine posted on 3/15/21

What a lovely lady and a great neighborhood friend for so many years. May God comfort the family. You all are in my prayers.

Julia LeVine posted on 3/15/21

Melvin and Sharon have been my neighbors for over 50 yrs. I am so sorry for this great loss of a friend. Prayers for all her family.

Leslie Lyons posted on 3/15/21

Oh, my precious Nick. I’m not ready to say goodbye to you, nor will I ever be. So I’ll just repeat myself, because that’s what moms do, and tell you that I’m the most blessed woman on earth having you and DJ as sons. God must love me an awful lot to be allowed to share my life with such amazing kids. Nick, your irrepressible spirt could never be tamed. You are free from heartache and pain. One sweet day, so will we be. I love you, darling, sweet dreams, love, Mom

Pam Rivera posted on 3/15/21

Only recently got to know June thru Ft Worth Piano Forum. She shared her experience at a meeting and I was struck with how the farm work had affected her hands and challenged her playing piano. Nevertheless she set a great example.

Pam Rivera posted on 3/15/21

Only recently had the pleasure to know June.. a truly great influence to the Fort Worth Piano Forum. I remember her telling her life story at one of the meetings and how the farm work affected her hands. An inspiration to not let things become obstacles to reaching your goals.

Ryan Neill posted on 3/13/21

Donny and Les we are so sorry for your loss and we are sending many prayers way.

Michael mena posted on 3/13/21

I know my brother Ronnie grandma freida and grandpa helped him through the process of not being able to be with you guys

Renee Robertson posted on 3/12/21

My prayers are with the entire Lyons family. My experience with Nick was his love for Tabitha and their relationship. He adored his precious little family. I shared a couple of recipes with Nick and he loved to make it for them. He was very funny and always made me feel welcome. He will be missed so very much. My prayers are with Tabitha, Maylee, Randee and Alexa. My hope is that Tabitha and the girls will find peace. I will help them and pray for them each and every day. Bless the family as they go through this time. My love to each of them.

SHELLY STOCKUM posted on 3/12/21

I WORKED WITH NICK FOR SEVERAL YEARS. HE WAS ALWAYS HELPFUL AND SHARED A WEALTH OF HIS KNOWLEDGE WITH ME, BUT MOSTLY HE MADE ME LAUGH. HE TOLD SOME OF THE GREATEST STORIES AND TALES OF REPO'ING CARS. HE WAS A BRIGHT LIGHT. HE LOVED HIS FAMILY AND GROWING THE HOTTEST PEPPERS IN TEXAS. I WILL MISS MY FREE BAG. MY CONDOLENCES TO HIS FAMILY. MAY GOD BE WITH YOU ALL!

Bill and Janet Lankford posted on 3/12/21

You and your family will be in our thoughts, Sammy was such a kind and generous man, always had a contagious smile on his face, a warm handshake, and a nice greeting, "hello how are you". Sammy will be missed!! Donna, you and Sammy have been such good friends to Bill and I over the years, and we want you to know if you need anything, you can call on us. You and your family will be in our thoughts and prayers in the days ahead.

Roy posted on 3/12/21

A prayer for Nick O God of grace and glory, we remember before you this day our brother Nick. We thank you for giving him to us, his family and friends, to know and to love as a companion on our earthly pilgrimage. In your boundless compassion, console us who mourn. Give us faith to see in death the gate of eternal life, so that in quiet confidence we may continue our course on earth, until, by your call, we are reunited with those who have gone before; through Jesus Christ our Lord.

JACK O. LEWIS LEWIS posted on 3/12/21

We are sorry to learn about your husband. We are praying for all.J&G

Connie Henderson posted on 3/12/21

Sammy, married to my cousin Donna, he was a gem of a man. He loved his family, so clear to see. He & Donna raised 3 exceptional kids who loved their parents with all their heart. Sammy was so kind & could make you laugh when around him. Perfect no, but just a wonderful human being who loved God & others. I have fond memories of Sammy, his presence will be missed by those whose lives he touchedGo rest high sweet Sammy.

Randee Lyons posted on 3/11/21

Love you dad. Miss you bunches.

Isaac Kounlavouth posted on 3/11/21

I know your walking up to heaven on them white stairs.

Karen Stephens posted on 3/11/21

In loving memory of a very special lady.

Brenda Peeples posted on 3/10/21

Dear Leslie, Dony, and all. There are no words I can say to make you feel no pain. I loved the obit. It was written very well with attention to all the many great qualities Nic had. Men who love to cook for other are of a special breed not like any other. Such a great talent. I’m sure all his other attributes were of the same great quality. Remembering all these can be difficult at times, but these memories will be the key to never forget the great and wonderful man you two raised. Please remember he is at total peace and you will be rejoined with him and I’ll bet he’ll have a big pot of his chili waiting just how you. I cry for you and with you. I pray God to give you comfort in this loss and emptiness of the void you now have. I will continue to pray for you with every pray. May God give you peace. Loves and hugs sent to you from me.

Cherine Berg posted on 3/10/21

We are so sorry Leslie. Your beautifully written words describe a loving person, a light for many, and one who will be immensely missed. He is sleeping peacefully now.

Avril Briganti posted on 3/10/21

The most humble and precious thing I can say to you is thank you for blessing me with a beautiful daughter. There are no words to describe how much she means to me and without you she wouldn’t be here with us. I pray that your soul is at peace and that you are at eternal peace in heaven. Fly high Nick and we all love you dearly.

Angela Pierce posted on 3/10/21

Prayers going up for the family. Ellen was always so welcoming. I will always remember her baking the best cakes and wishing I had as much talent as she did. She was such an amazing woman.

Wanda Mason posted on 3/10/21

Dearest Nick: You were my daughter’s best friend and will be missed. Rest In Peace. Love and prayers for you and your family.

Don & Donna Karpenko posted on 3/10/21

We are so very sorry for your loss

Judy Hiltunen posted on 3/10/21

Denise and family— I am so sorry for your loss! Your mom sounded like an awesome person - very beautiful! Prayers for you all during this sad time!

Westmoreland’s posted on 3/10/21

What a great lady. I know she will be missed by everyone she ever met.

Ann and Wayne Bambico posted on 3/10/21

We are very sorry for your loss. He is in heaven smiling down on everyone here because he is now with all of his family and friends that went on before him. He isn't in any more pain. He will be watching over all of his family from above, and he will be smiling. God bless you and your family.

Mackenzie Offutt posted on 3/10/21

My maw maw linda....even though your not my biological great grandmother you will forever be my hero...no matter what you are my maw maw

Keith and Sandy Pickett posted on 3/9/21

So sorry for your loss. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

Erika Rael posted on 3/9/21

I love you Isaac. This candle burns bright for all the love we have in our hearts for you. Love Noni

Fay Watson posted on 3/9/21

So sorry to hear of Ted's passing. He was such a sweet man. Praying that you might find peace and comfort during this difficult time.

Rev. Dr. John R. Thompson posted on 3/9/21

My sister,, Becky, was a precious sister, that we will miss. We have the assurance that she is in Heaven with her beloved Lord, an with others of her immediate family. She and her husband, Rev. Bernie, spread their love in many parts of America. and left behind a legacy of love and faithfulness to friends and to their Lord, Jesus Christ. We shall dearly miss her.

Jessica Rael posted on 3/9/21

It seems to get harder every day. I miss you so much. I wish I could have kept you safe inside me. I'm so sorry. Today is your daddy's birthday and I'm trying so hard to not cry. Your daddy is taking really good care of me. We both love you so much. You will always be in our hearts. I love you baby.

Aaron Rael posted on 3/8/21

I love you and will miss you Isaac. Our hearts hurt because we already made a space for you that can not be filled by anyone else. That is how special you are. My prayers continue for you and our family.

Roger Rael posted on 3/8/21

Dear Issac we so anticipated your arrival. We are so sad that you left us so quickly. I feel in many ways I know you. Like your brother and sisters you have your Mom's heart and your Dad's smarts. It is heart breaking to see your mom cry to hold you. You are loved and so missed. You will always be loved and part of the family. Love, your Papa

Linda Lavender posted on 3/8/21

I remember her terrific sense of humor and her quick wit. I have known her for over 20 years and enjoyed many happy occasions with her. She is out of pain and with her Lord now.

Aunt Cindy and Uncle Victor posted on 3/8/21

Rest In Peace little Angel...

Aunt Cindy and Uncle Victor posted on 3/8/21

Our Sweet little Angel Isaac, You are so loved and will be so missed by all your family. “God has you in his arms and we will carry you in our hearts”.

Gaby posted on 3/8/21

Words can’t begin to describe the way and your family must be feeling. It is hard to think that you where only able to hold him in your arms for such a short time, but a little angel is now watching over you guys. Although we not there in person our heart is with you all to try and ease your pain, there is no doubt in our mind that our little angels where there to help guide him to a better place. Our prayers go out to you all from the Sanchez family. Teresa, Karla, Carlitos, and Gaby.

The Martin Family posted on 3/8/21

We love you all so much. Sweet baby Isaac, you are so special and so loved, watch over you mommy and daddy and siblings! We pray that you can eventually find comfort and peace through this heartache. That you can feel his presence and love in the quiet and still moments of life. And that you can find comfort in knowing that you will one day be reunited.

Christine n Ray Rael posted on 3/8/21

The pain has no right words of condolence . Our hearts are hurting for you Ted. His big brother and beautiful sisters. A beautiful Angel Issac has left us. But always in our hearts uncle Ray n aunt Christine Rael❤️❤️

Norine posted on 3/8/21

Although your beautiful baby boy Issac isn’t here, he is forever and always in our hearts. He was protecting his momma. Issac is your protector and your Angel. Precious baby Issac.. you have so much love and will always be in our thoughts, hearts and prayers.

Cheryl Frainee posted on 3/8/21

A new star lights the night sky...and it will shine forever. Isaac, you are a blessing to your family, and one day you will be together for all eternity. Wishing your family peace.

Priscilla Rael-Albin posted on 3/8/21

So sorry for the loss of your beautiful baby boy, prayers with your family.

Sandra mena posted on 3/8/21

Our little angel so precious (rip)

David, Amy & Kailey posted on 3/7/21

Our deepest condolences. May the soul of Isaac Rest In Peace.

George & Kathleen Karcher posted on 3/7/21

We are so sorry to hear of your sweet baby Isaac’s passing. Keeping each of you in our prayers as you journey through this very sad time.

Melissa Steward posted on 3/7/21

Little one your family’s love will always run deep for you.

Erika Rael posted on 3/7/21

Our little Sweet Angel Isaac. I wish we could have met you. I don’t understand the “why” but I’ll trust in the the Hope of seeing you again one day. Love Noni

Jana Everett posted on 3/7/21

Colleen Carter was a great Christian lady and a good friend!

Necole Valdez posted on 3/7/21

My condolences to the Texas Valdez's. My prayers and thoughts are with you all. Love you! Necole

Ted Valdez posted on 3/7/21

May Peace & Gods blessings continue to flourish in my Texas Valdez Family. I love you, Dad/Ted/Grandpa

Ted Valdez posted on 3/7/21

I did not have a chance to physically hold you, however you are always held in my heart, prayers, & memories. Love, hugs, & kisses ;always Grandpa T. Valdez

Jessica Rael posted on 3/7/21

My baby. I love you. I wish you were with me.

Rachel Broomfield posted on 3/7/21

Will always remember Johns visit to Bedworth & Coventry in he 80s my Dad who was the same age as John & loved his music and as children would wake to the sound of Big John on the record player - later in my life while expecting my baby times were hard with many complications - i remember crying in the bath while listening to johns music it always took you to the foot of cross a place where burdens could be lifted. My daughter Bethany was born with heart & Bowels issues and later we discovered she had William Syndrome. This year she turned 28 and listens to Big John with me and is a testament of Gods Grace. My Prayers come to you from England and I will give thanks daily for the life of John Hall and how his ministry has touched mine and my families life's it certainly was a life well lived.God grant you peace in your grieving in the coming months.

Rachel Broomfield posted on 3/7/21

Big Johns visit to Coventry & Bedworth England in the 80s

Emma Kaker posted on 3/6/21

Hi daddy, It’s me and Vincent we really miss you and always remember we love you. ❤️

Ryann Duff posted on 3/4/21

Pawpaw I hug the chair you sit in everyday it feels good it feels almost like you. I'm so happy your with meme now but so heartbroken you can't be here with me too. I love you an miss you so much an just wish for one more moment with you to hug you an tell you I love you an thank you for being my only grandpa and to tell you, you were always enough, you will always be the best grandpa an no one will ever come close to being the person you were. I love you so much pawpaw!

Ryann Duff posted on 3/4/21

My meme I love you so much an miss you more than ever. I'm keeping my promise and I tell my kids everyday before school that you love them so they never forget just liked you asked. I can't wait to see you my meme, I love you always!

Deb Benito posted on 3/3/21

So deeply sorry for your loss. Your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

Nancy Ray Markum posted on 3/3/21

Both of your family’s will always be remembered with such wonderful memories

Patti Fitch posted on 3/1/21

Bill (otherwise known to me as BOC) was one of my favorite IBM Field Managers back in the day. He always had a sense of urgency to solve client needs, but could also laugh - and always had a smile on his face. Wishing you peace: may the memories and the loving arms of the Lord provide you comfort.

The Ratcliffs posted on 2/28/21

We remember Bill and Jeannie carrying the camera equipment at football games. Also, them sitting with grandchildren up on front pew every Sunday for Mass.

Avis Carver posted on 2/28/21

Kelly & Joe, Buster and Patti,- Carolyn was a special person, intelligent, witty and most important. loving. I will always cherish the times we enjoyed together in Sunday School and at the many parties in her home. She was a wonderful teacher and friend. I know she is smiling from ear to ear in heaven enjoying seeing our Lord and Savior, time with Bobby, her parents, and the many loving saints she has joined. Thinking of you guys and the loss.

Helen Hoogendyk posted on 2/28/21

Bill is home free now and with his love Jesus Christ we are left with losses but our loved ones are home free. See you soon

Shannon Brady posted on 2/27/21

Daddy, I'm so thankful for you.God knew exactly what He was doing the day He put you in our lives.Thank you for being my daddy!I'll miss you,I love you

Dick Allie posted on 2/27/21

Condolences to the Gary Cooper Family Members. Gary and I were friends at S.S. Dillow, William James JHS and Poly HS. Lots of great memories. Rest In Peace.Dick Allie

Archie L. Blackwell posted on 2/27/21

Kelly and Buster. So sorry to hear about you mom. I just saw the information and sorry I was not at the visitation. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Bill Gerth posted on 2/27/21

Martha was a Ranger’s Wife ... Bless her Heart ❤️

Christi Mays posted on 2/27/21

I wish I could be there today to celebrate Kyle’s life! I wish I could talk to him one last time and I wish we would have stayed in touch. I will always remember him and miss him! Kathy you and Jeff’s family will be in my prayers.

Leslie Johnson posted on 2/27/21

I remember a visit years ago when Kathy & Mike and the boys came out to California. We met up at our brother Dirk's, it was Christmas time. Kyle and Jeff were about 10 & 11. They were so proud of their Dad they were telling anyone that would listen that their "Dad was the bigger than anyone else's! " It was a great visit and a precious memory. My love and prayers to Kathy as always and all who loved Kyle.

Debbie Westbrook Hooper posted on 2/27/21

Veeda, I am so sorry for your loss and for all of the family. You all will be in my thoughts and prayers.

Mary posted on 2/26/21

So sorry for your loss. Prayers for the family. . May he Rest In Peace.

Lupe posted on 2/26/21

My condolences and love to such a beautiful family. Love y’all..

Jim & Michelle Kaiser posted on 2/26/21

Jeanne and family,Our hearts are broken for your loss. Bill was a good man and will be missed!

Lisa Harper posted on 2/26/21

Jeanne, So very sorry for your loss. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers as you moved forward during this time. Sending love and hugs to you.

Crickett posted on 2/26/21

I’m so sad to learn that your Dad has passed. Reading his obituary it seems he was such a special man and he loved you very much. I’m so sorry for your loss.

Crickett posted on 2/26/21

I’m so sorry to learn your Dad has passed. Reading his obituary it sounds like he was such a special man and loved all of you very much.

Marcy Spraggins posted on 2/26/21

Kyle was my dear friend. He had so many talents and one of the most wonderful was his way of making you feel that you were a really important person to him. My heart goes out to all family and friends. I am missing the caring side of him and his smile, sense of humor and wit. Kyle was so quick! You had to be on your toes or you'd miss it! He was great to work with, really the smartest person I had the pleasure to work with. He had an easy way personally and always made you feel included and cared for. I love the books and music that he shared with me! Kyle will always be in my heart and i know in the hearts of those who knew him. Words are just small things and don't say all you feel. Kyle will always be present to those who loved him. It is a precious gift to have known him.

Ron & Nancy Frank posted on 2/26/21

We were blessed to have known Joy since high school and to have attended church with Gibbs and her years later. She will be missed by all who knew her.

Shelli Mooty Wagner posted on 2/25/21

I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with ya'll.

Mary and Rick Whitbdck posted on 2/25/21

Joy and Gibbs were such an example of love and commitment to us all. I loved to see them walking into church on Sunday morning, always matching❤️❤️ I know she has missed her beloved Gibbs and they are rejoicing together.

Mary Jane Ott posted on 2/25/21

Joy was a fun friend and we have many great memories if her and Gibb

Paul Robertson posted on 2/25/21

One of the most Godly women I have known. Her passion was to share Jesus with everyone she met. God bless you Frances, Paul and Ginny Robertson

John & Veronica Brittain posted on 2/24/21

We are so very sorry for your loss. Keith & Linda y’all are in our prayers along with entire family.

Olivia C Andresen posted on 2/24/21

I wish we were told, she was so LOVED by all of us here at Texas Oncology. She was always smiling and concerned about everyone here, instead of herself. she apologized to us, when she was having a Bad day, but we wanted to know we were fine. she was entitled to have a Bad day. We all wanted to give her a BIG HUG..I know that she is in Heaven smiling and in no PAIN. We LOVE YOU< Cayse!! You will be missed by us all.

Jim Angle posted on 2/24/21

Steve was a great friend all the way from grade school. Always a smile. A very good person.

Millie Hernandez posted on 2/24/21

I miss her friendship and our frequent phone visits.

Lisa Moreno posted on 2/23/21

My Deepest Condolences She will be dearly Missed I love her and all you so very much

Jessica Mehaffey posted on 2/22/21

Very sorry for the loss of such an amazing and strong woman. Aunt Frances always made me feel welcomed and will be truly missed. She was always proud of her family.

Roger and Vickie Francis posted on 2/22/21

When we first met Mike,coming in to lease a space in La Plaza my first impression was what a kind and honest man he is. We miss him so much ,so sorry for the family.We picture him playing happily with Dominic.He loved him so much,as he loved Mary and their kids and grandchildren.He was a good friend.

Hayne Hollis posted on 2/22/21

I am so sorry to hear about Mike’s passing. He is someone that I thought could conquer any obstacle. I enjoyed getting to know him and appreciated all of his help and guidance in developing the Courtyard hotel in the Stockyards in the property he owned. Hayne Hollis, Dothan, Al

Marty McCoy posted on 2/22/21

Our prayers are with the entire Costanza family. Mike will be missed and certainly well remembered.

Garron Cotham posted on 2/22/21

I was just notified of her passing. What a great lady! She would often visit us at Baylor University and bake delicious apricot pies! Heaven got a good one!

Jon and Teresa Willis posted on 2/21/21

Prayers of peace for your family. We are sorry for your loss.

PLR posted on 2/21/21

There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it.Edith Wharton

Lori Parker posted on 2/21/21

I worked briefly with Cayse at the CSCD Northeast unit in the past but wish I had known her better. But when I think of Cayse I see her walking down the hallway in her western attire. I was aware of Cayse's fight and prayed for her daily. I will continue to lift up Cayse's family in my prayers because I know she is in God's hands.

Bobby Jackson posted on 2/21/21

Aaron was one of the nicest and most respectful students I ever had in class. He always had a smile and was so easy going. I am very sad to hear of his passing. Praying that God will comfort the family through today and the days ahead as only he can.

Anita Tenorio posted on 2/21/21

Condolences from The Tenorio Family.

Carl and Laurie Lamont posted on 2/21/21

Mike Costanza was a remarkable man with an affinity to touch and work with all people. He was a big man with an even bigger heart that he extended to his family and others that he embraced with his brand if Texas hospitality and friendship. Mike was unique, beloved, respected, admired, and will be missed. We are all diminished by his passing.

Sarah Hamilton posted on 2/21/21

PawPaw Mike was truly one of a kind. One of the most generous and inclusive people I’ve met. We became family when I was around the age of 8 and I have so many memories of him: always having his home filled with people he and Mary (MawMaw) could serve and share their big love with, driving the biggest red truck with Elvis’ loves songs in the CD player and cream sugar candies in the dash. He loved to tease the people he was close with (especially his mom!) and would always be happy to share a late night bowl of Dutch Chocolate ice cream. He loved music videos, Starbucks, and spoiling his girls with a trip to the stockyards, the mall, or Home Depot (depending on the days to-do list). Every store we walked into - you really felt that he knew each cashier or barista personally. I can still hear his voice saying “PawPaw loves you sweetheart” and I remember vividly how proud he was to meet his first grandbabies. He had an amazing ability to radiate generosity and treat everyone in his circle as family. He told the best stories about life in Louisiana and his adventures in combat and real estate. Mary, Tab, Chasity and Michael spouses & cousins - you all are in my prayers.

Gina Ortiz posted on 2/21/21

Aaron I remember you as a little boy and you grew up to be a remarkable son, Grandson, nephew, husband, father, cousin and friend. Your were taken way too soon, but we know that God only takes the best. I know you are rejoicing with our heavenly father and that Josh was there waiting to great you and your dad, grandparents and uncles. You will be missed but never forgotten. Rest In Peace Aaron.

Carolina A Jenkins posted on 2/21/21

Cayse was a beautiful young lady that I was proud to have known and worked with thru CSCD. I know she is in a better place now with the LORD. It has been such a joy for the LORD to have let me be a friend and a co worker of such a wonderful young lady.Rest In Peace Cayse.

Donna Morrow posted on 2/21/21

Placing you and your family in prayers at this time of mourning, Debby.

Jack Mills posted on 2/21/21

While we remember the amazing man, husband, dad, grandfather, U.S. Army War Hero, and adept businessman - there are so many he reached that only "heaven knows" about as was his way. We love and miss Mike Costanza already, but are also thankful his amazing family will press forward and honor his legacy. God bless Mike and the entire Costanza family.

Juston Arellano posted on 2/20/21

Harvey was my landlord for the past 5 years. He was respectful, fair and would assist me promptly any time I needed a hand. He was well known around the complex and I've met others in my neighborhood that also rented from him. Everybody had nothing but nice things to say about him. This was a shock.Prayers and condolences to everyone dear to him and may he rest in peace.

Shelley Plemons posted on 2/20/21

I am so sorry for your loss. Debby I am lifting you and your family in prayer.

Trisha posted on 2/20/21

Tanya Peeler Ritchie should read Tanya Peeler Canup

Trisha Ritchie posted on 2/20/21

Nancy & family, We are so very sorry to hear of Ron’s passing. He is no longer suffering and is at peace. We hope God will comfort you and give you peace during this difficult time. Mom and dad are together with Ron in heaven catching up and talking of fun times. We love you!Trisha Peeler Ritchie & Tanya Peeler Ritchie

Lee Roy & Sammy Jones posted on 2/20/21

So sorry for your loss Nancy. Ron was always so sweet to us. He will be greatly missed.

Timothy Ewing posted on 2/20/21

a man's homeless down on his luck and with $6.00 in his pocket looking for work got 20 miles to travel to come down for an interview thinking you'll never get it the interview is going bad in his mind he gets up and shakes his hands as well thanks for the opportunity anyway and turns around and starts to walk away Mike then stands up just wait a minute it only cost me $80 to find out what kind of man you are that was 11 years ago . That moment turn my whole world around 180 degrees to Mike you be greatly missed Mick i's a manto look up to and great-grandfather to his family and even his non-family .God has a real hero in heaven now.

mom posted on 2/20/21

Aaron my sweet boy I am going to miss you so much my world will never be the same not to see that smile or here your voice just know I was so proud of you and I know that you lived life to the fullest and that you loved your family with all your heart .i love you to the moon and back I know I will see you again one day fly high my sweet boys I love you. Mom

Donald DeGarmo posted on 2/20/21

I only knew Cayse through her father Phil and Robin. I would see her from time to time growing up with them. Cayse was always full of life and you could tell she enjoyed living life to its fullest. She served our country proudly and my everlasting thanks go out to her for that. I'm sad to hear of her passing. My prayers and condolences go out to her family.

Joachim Schneider posted on 2/20/21

We are heart-broken to hear about Harvey. Harvey was such a wonderful and kind person. I remember how much he helped me when I was in Amarillo during my first year and how much fun we had together going out on the weekends together. We hope you find the strength to keep going during this difficult time! With loving memories, Joachim and Hilde

Rock averett posted on 2/19/21

Aunt Mary and family I had so many fine memories of uncle mike growing up to many to pick from All i know god picked this flower to soon he will no doubt be missed by so many including my self much love from the Averett family

Bill Witt posted on 2/19/21

My condolence to all of Brian’s family. I will be thinking of you st the time of his funeral.

Suzan Blake-Bundy posted on 2/19/21

Mary and family: Vince and I are so sorry for your loss. We really enjoyed meeting both you and Mike during our 2018 Holy Land trip. May our loving Lord welcome Mike home.

Maria Min, Esther Lu, Allan Min posted on 2/19/21

Prayers and embraces from Beijing, China, Maria Min's whole family. It is shocking to hear this news and tears come to my eyes. We can only imagine how big the loss must be, and may God give you comfort and time and all the grace, warmth, love you need! Madi was very friendly to Maria when she was a new international student; and Madi's mother was very kind to me as mother who put her daughter in a foreign country for education. Thank you so much for the love, warmth and care you gave to others. A good friend of mine also lost her husband (47yrs-old, on 2-16) so ... God of Genesis, psalms, lamentations and the renewal is with you.

Carolyn Gilbert posted on 2/19/21

Lacye, Madison and FrankieI am so sorry for your loss. Did not see Harvey Locke often but he was a wonderful caring man.

Cathy and Larry Worrell posted on 2/19/21

Our deepest sympathy and prayers for the family.God bless each one of you.

Nancy and Cecil Mathis posted on 2/19/21

Cecil and I are so very sorry Mike was unable to beat the nasty covid virus!! What a great loss to everyone...he was a rock to the family and loved ones!!

Melvetta Neal posted on 2/19/21

My condolences. As you will be truly missed. Sad to know that it was your time to go. But, I know your an Angel now. Thank you for being a kind landlord with a good heart.. God be with you, and your family. And Peace be with you!!

Melvetta Neal posted on 2/19/21

Peace be with you, and your family. God be with You Mr. Harvey.. You were a kind man with a good heart. Your truly gonna be missed..

Tina posted on 2/19/21

I pray you find peace and comfort as you grieve, Mike will be missed.

Scott Frahm posted on 2/19/21

Harvey was my landlord,but he was more than that. He was a loving caring man. May God bless him and his family.

Connie and ROY Bailey (Church Family) posted on 2/19/21

We wanted to be with Mary & Family, but other commitments are beyond our control! Rest In Peace, Mike, fellow Knight..Love u always

Connie and ROY Bailey (Church Family) posted on 2/19/21

Mike was always so kind to ROY & me, as a friend & brother knight, we want to send condolences to MARY & his family.. May he Rest In Peace!!

Barbara Downes posted on 2/19/21

A man that will be truly missed. He always opened his heart to people. He had a big heart, loving man and a smile that greeted everyone. To the family thank you for sharing a wonderful man. Mike, rest in peace.

Alex Weber McGowen posted on 2/19/21

We are so sad to hear this news and are praying for the entire family.

Bill Burleson posted on 2/19/21

What a great man...so many things accomplished. A hero.

Debbie McCroskey posted on 2/19/21

Mary and family, so sorry for the loss of Mike. I often remember all the great times with our family get togethers. Haven't seen you all for such a long time but often thought of..He was a great guy.

Bud Curley posted on 2/19/21

So sorry to learn of Harvey's passing. Harvey was always a true friend who will always be in my heart and memories. I will never forget Harvey's kindness and my condolences go out to Harvey's family.

Steve Krakoski posted on 2/19/21

I will always remember Harvey for the kindness and consideration he showed my two children over the years - a good man for sure. God bless his soul.

Karla, James and Ian Carmichael posted on 2/19/21

Oh Lacey, I am so sorry that your precious family is going through such a tragedy as losing a loved one so early in life. There is nothing to say that can make things better so know that our family will pray for strength and comfort as you navigate this uncertain path. Please stay true to our Heavenly Father through the darkness and you and the kids will rise above one day. Take each day one step and a time, one day at a time. You have my number if you need any kind of help. Cleaning, cooking, company or a shoulder to cry on please reach out. You are surrounded by love.

James Whit Walker MD posted on 2/18/21

He was a wonderful man who I greatly respect. RIP.

Carol S. Barclay posted on 2/18/21

Harvey will always be remembered for his gentle countenance and loving heart. Blessings to all the family.

Dana and Rylee posted on 2/18/21

Blessings and hugs. We are keeping you in our hearts and praying for peace and understanding during this difficult time. We love you all so much... ❤️

Julie Jones posted on 2/18/21

My heart is just broken for you all. May your many wonderful memories bring you peace & comfort in tge days ahead. Please know that there are many of us praying for your sweet family during this most difficult time. May the Lord wrap you in his arms & provide you with strength to get thru the days that lie ahead.

Anne Gensler Porter posted on 2/18/21

I have so many memories of Harvey growing up - he was a very dear friend of my brother Mike. So many memories and birthdays shared. I always looked up to him and did my best to involve myself in whatever he and Mike were doing (as all little sisters do). I remember patience, humor and unending kindness. My heart aches for his family and friends, and for a world that is darker without his kindness.

Lillie Turner posted on 2/17/21

My confolences to the Ratliff family,Harvey was a kind man that will truly be missed.

Irmgard Mayer posted on 2/17/21

Mit großer Betroffenheit haben wir vom frühen Tod von Harvey erfahren. Wir trauern mit seiner Familie. Wir erinnern uns gern an seine Besuche hier in München und konnten durch Erzählungen unserer Kinder und Enkelkinder immer wieder an seinem Leben teilhaben.

Jerry Clayburg posted on 2/17/21

For my friend he will truly be missed by all he touched. To all the family he was a very special person and a truly unique soul. I pray for ya'll for strength and the insight to carry on. He was very private when it came to the things he held dear and his immediate family was most dear to him. His need to keep his time to the end private must have been difficult for him but he must have needed it to be that way. He will truly be missed.

Tony Weber posted on 2/17/21

I always liked Harvey, and he was certainly kind to me. I am very sorry.

Sara Stokes posted on 2/17/21

My heart is broken for your family. May the peace and comfort that the Lord provides surround you as you face this tremendous loss. ❤️

Michelle Brooks posted on 2/17/21

My heart is breaking for this precious family who lost their loved one MUCH too soon! Since I was made aware of this tragic news i have been praying for strength and healing and comfort and peace for this precious, grieving family who have lost this incredibly special and obviously very loved & highly esteemed man. So glad that, as believers in Jesus Christ, we do not sorrow as those who have no hope! Jesus is our hope & our peace and those who are in Christ, we WILL see again one day! But until then, we will hold this family close in our hugs, our thoughts and our prayers!

Cindy Weber posted on 2/17/21

My heart aches thinking about Harvey and his family. He was such a kind person and he will be truly missed. Love and prayers to all the family.

Jennifer Watson posted on 2/17/21

I know Harvey will be greatly missed. Praying for comfort and Peace for the family. Please know that you all are greatly loved.

Larry Menendez posted on 2/17/21

May God continue to carry your family through these times. Allow the great memories to overflow. Love you guys. God bless you all.

Anderson Allen posted on 2/16/21

I love you Cuz. Rest in peace.

Anderson Allen posted on 2/16/21

I love you Cuz rest in peace.

Ann hennig posted on 2/16/21

I remember Harvey always had a smile. He was very proud of his family. I am so sorry to learn of his death. He will be so missed.

Summer Hopkins posted on 2/16/21

Dear Great Grandpa, I hope your having fun up in Heaven with great aunt Kim. I miss you lots and I wish I could have got to say goodbye. I know your always watching over me, and I hope I'm making you proud!!! Me, Dad, Bair,Ms.Shannon, Great Grandma, Memaw, Pepaw, And so Many others think of you every day. We Miss you!!! I love you

Peggy posted on 2/16/21

Graveside service has been postponed to Friday, Feb 26th at 9am

Stacey Parrott posted on 2/15/21

JR had the best sense of humor. I’m sorry that he passed.

Teresa Jones posted on 2/15/21

As a child you gave his many lessons in life. I could never in a million years say the right words of how much you influence me as a child and as a adult. I hate it I couldn’t be there. I will miss you all the days of my life. I love you my sweet cousin

Gerald Branscombe posted on 2/14/21

Big John stayed with my family for a few days while he was in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia Canada when I was just a little boy in the early 1970's. I remember hearing him sing at our church and being proud that he was staying at my home. His kindness made a great impression on me as a boy and now that I am 55 and still think of that time often. All my prayers go out to his family.

Benita posted on 2/14/21

You would be so proud of our sons.

Pati Martin posted on 2/14/21

Peggy and our Family would like to thank you for all the cards, phone calls and messages of heartfelt wishes given to our family during this time Thank you it means the world to us

Colt William Gavrel posted on 2/14/21

Bobby you were a wonderful man and uncle. I could always count on you to listen. You were funny and always thoughtful in your advice. I know that you are now with my father and Bubba up in heaven and it makes me very happy that y'all are together again. Rest in peace.

Matt Patton posted on 2/14/21

Known the whole family since elementary school. Bobby loved the great outdoors and we had some great times hunting and fishing along with his two brothers and the Old Man. Rest In Peace and we’ll see you on the other side

Jim "Buck" Sharpe posted on 2/14/21

Met the Gavrel's at Ridglea Pool, when I was 9 years old. Bobby was my age-the other two were younger. I was always there cos I lived right across the street from the pool-we ran around quite a bit. I've always been friends with all the Gavrel boys. Since Bobby was the oldest we got into quite a bit of trouble-as much as two 9 year old's can. The Gavrel's were always together along with my brother and me. Now all of them have passed. Bobby was a real good guy, no cross words ever. I'll miss him, he was part of my life.

Stacy Brown posted on 2/13/21

Two bright lights in a sometimes dim world. They will be greatly missed.

Chuck&Linn Golden posted on 2/13/21

Our condolences to David,Dennis and family. Lot of good years as neighbors in Indiana.

Laura Pifer Kell posted on 2/13/21

Stan you truly were such a wonderful person and will be deeply missed by all that have known you. My regards to your family and I'm so happy to have known you.

Mitchell posted on 2/13/21

Be in thy Chosen hands !!

The Weaver Family posted on 2/13/21

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. May God grant you strength, comfort and peace. We send our love.

Brenda Howard posted on 2/13/21

Our prayers from our family to yours with hopes of strength and comfort to blanket you during this shocking time. God bless and care for you as he is and always do, my love to you always.

Brenda Howard posted on 2/13/21

Stan, I will miss your smile, your laugh and most of all your friendship. You have been a great friend and enjoyed spending the time with the boys on the pitch. Thank you for your kindness and gentle words. You will be truly missed. Cheryn please let’s get together and call when you need someone to talk with.

Martin Velasquez posted on 2/13/21

My deepest condolences, praying for you...

Ben Williams posted on 2/13/21

Stan was THE MAN! Infectiously likeable. One of the most kind, caring, conscientious people I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. Always helping others with a smile on his face. Brightening everyone’s day around him. He will be sorely missed and forever remembered as the amazing friend, father and man he was.I’ll always be here for anything the missus and the boys need me for! ...Love you dude!

Patti and Don Davis posted on 2/13/21

Butch, I know first hand how your feeling after losing J.R. Our hearts hurt for you and the family. And, Ryan, so sorry for the loss of your brother. Love you.

Nicole posted on 2/13/21

Even though I didn't know you long, you left an impression on my heart. Your laugh and positive attitude made some of my bad days better. Rest in peace sweetie. My prayers to Stacy and Emma and your family.

James Eason posted on 2/13/21

The saddest moments in life come with the lose of family. We will all miss Michael and Yolanda Swartz. Heaven received two more angels with open arms.

Chris Mayfield posted on 2/13/21

Bobby was one of my oldest friends. I knew him since we met in 1968, heck we grew up together. I have to say he was one of the most unique individuals I have ever known. I stayed in touch with him over the years and we talked often alway about growing up and our many adventures over the years. He loved the out doors , being on the lake , hunting , his animals and most of all his family.I will miss my friend may he Rest In by Peace

Rocky Hopkins posted on 2/12/21

Butch, I'm deeply sadden by your loss. God's speed.

Sharon & George Gouffray posted on 2/12/21

So sorry for your loss Ryan, Butch and family. Prayers for all.

Enrique Rick Gomez posted on 2/12/21

We are so sorry for your loss! The Gomez family.

Judy Hiltunen posted on 2/12/21

So sorry for your loss Ryan and family!

Laura Silva Roberts posted on 2/12/21

You will be missed, but your experiencing what all of us are looking forward to; heaven. Eternity with our Father God and His Son, Jesus Christ. Love, Laura

Janet Thiebaud posted on 2/12/21

Betty had a giving heart, even though we weren’t blood sisters you Maw Julie and Frankie Sparks we’re married and we became sisters She is missed already. Love you always my sister

Janet Thiebaud posted on 2/12/21

Always laughed a lot with this sister, her personality and smile was as big as Texas

Jennifer Huxel posted on 2/12/21

Dear Helen, My heart was with you all. Sending you comforting thoughts of your dear Travis. Love Always. Jennifer

Adam Walden posted on 2/12/21

Bob was a great friend and mentor to me. I had the privilege of working with him at 2 different home building companies. Bob was one of my closest friends. He could always make me laugh. I will miss Bob forever

Karen Coker Williams posted on 2/12/21

I was so sorry to hear about Bobby. I spent a big part of my teenage years with Bobby. He was so fun! I saw him a few times in our later years and it was just like old times. He hadn't changed a bit, still funny and sweet. I will cherish our memories together.

Eric Watson posted on 2/12/21

I have known Stan for many years in business, but more so over the last 5 years. he always treated you as his only customer and friend. he has helped me in so many ways after the passing of my own father. Yellow rose and myself are extremely grateful to have been apart of his life. My thoughts and prayers are with his family this week and the weeks and years to come.

Mitzi Dahlberg posted on 2/12/21

Betty always had a smile for everyone. Her laugh was contagious and filled the room. Rest In Peace sweet lady.

Bruce W Allen posted on 2/12/21

Sorry for the family. Some of these passings really hit close to home....

Toy burns posted on 2/11/21

I’m so sorry

Sharon kirby posted on 2/11/21

I am so sorry. I met Bobby through my husband. Bobby was a good man and he will be missed.

Joe & Diane Garcia posted on 2/11/21

Our condolences and prayers to Bobby's family. He was a good man and he will be missed by all.

Pamela Legrand posted on 2/11/21

Betty you will be missed by all that you touched. From the moment I met you I knew you and my brother were soul mates, You brought so much love and joy into his heart. Seeing the two of you together going back and forth was a example of what a marriage is all about. You were taken too soon but being in heaven you are now getting to know the rest of our family. To the sister I never had bless you . Love Sis

Richard Cox posted on 2/10/21

Stan was one of a kind for sure; he was well known in the Mobile Air Conditioning Industry. He will be missed but remembered. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.

Jacqueline DeBoard posted on 2/9/21

Mr.Dean will be missed greatly, he was a wonderful kind person

Jacqueline DeBoard posted on 2/9/21

Mr. Dean was a great friend, he will be missed greatly

Lisa Patterson posted on 2/8/21

I am so very sorry. I just can’t imagine losing both parents! Take comfort in knowing they are together and so happy with everyone who preceded them.

gordon ev bradley posted on 2/8/21

you will me missed by e veryone that knew you god be with your family

Mary David posted on 2/8/21

I am so very sorry for the loss of both of your parents. My God wrap his comforting arms around you. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Deborah (Debbie) Eldridge posted on 2/8/21

I worked with Floyd at Dollar Rent A Car. I went to California with Dollar Rent A Car to bring the jobs back here. He was an exception man and so easy going. I remember going to the Garment District while we were in LA. It was a good time and fun memory. He will surely be missed. So sorry for your loss.

Michele Bryner posted on 2/8/21

Very sorry for your loss. I’ve known Yolanda for more than 10 years. She was a wonderful friend as well as an excellent nurse. Both Yolanda & Mike will be missed.

Debbie "Amos" Lolless posted on 2/8/21

So sorry for the loss. Yolanda I knew from Gordian and NTSP. She was a wonderful person with a big heart. She was an excellent nurse.

Justine Lebl posted on 2/8/21

⚘ My deepest sympathy and sincere thoughts are with you all at this time. God's richest blessings to all family members and friends. Rest well. ⚘

Carleen Weisz posted on 2/8/21

This man was loved by me and others. He was a best friend to me for several years. He will be missed.

Franchele posted on 2/8/21

Everyone is in my prayers! My memories of Stan, Coy Dee, Brian and I growing up together living down the street and was always together during summers. They were great memories that I will never forget. Love all of y’all

Kathy Nelson posted on 2/8/21

I loved this man very very much. He has always, and will forever hold a place in my heart. ❤️

Tammy posted on 2/8/21

Bet Granny is glad to see you up there, Uncle Floyd, you will be missed here

Jan and Michael Haughawout posted on 2/8/21

Loved Coach and his easy smile and friendly personality. We felt like we’d known him forever. He was always quick to give a hug and ask how we were doing. Great Dad and friend. Love you all and prayers for comfort.

Kimberley Barefoot posted on 2/7/21

Aunt Toni was a very sweet person she had a heart of gold when it came to me . She was always bright and funny always told me that she was happy with me and glad that I became such a great mother. She never judge me for anything I could call her and talk to her about everything she was my best friend always happy to see me and welcome me with a big hug . She was one who didn't let anyone talk down on her or her friends and family she was always one to stand her ground and never be the one to walk away im glad to have been able to spend as much time as I could with her but I will not say goodbye because I know that I will see you again so until next I love you and please wait for me at heavens gate until Rip

Mary Ann Billue-hill posted on 2/7/21

Toni Lynn Campbell, was my sister my best friend my girlfriend. I will tell you one thing my sister Toni, would do anything for you. She loved everyone, she will be missed promise you that . I love you so much my beautiful friend. Fly High baby girl. See you soon.

Lisa posted on 2/7/21

When she was around you she was so joyful. She was a beautiful person don’t think I never seen her frown It was always a smile. That smile will always live inside me forever. Rip My beautiful friend.

Sherry Burdett posted on 2/7/21

Rip she was a great friend she do anything for anyone love ya Toni you will be missed

Amy Renner posted on 2/7/21

To the Jacob Family, Cheryn, Rhys, Ryen and Nancy, My most sincerest sympathies to you all. My prayers are with you always. May God bless you all.

Lenora McClurkan posted on 2/7/21

Cheryn, Rhys, Ryen, Nancy and the Jacob family, My deepest, most sincerest sympathies are with you all. Having watched Stan grow up with my family, on our street, Stan felt like family to us. My heart breaks for you all. He was a great Father, Husband, Son and Friend. You all are in my prayers. Stan will always be with you! Love always, Nori (Lenora McClurkan),

Gayle Lee LeGrand posted on 2/6/21

We were so blessed to have Betty join our family, but the time was far to short. No one could ask for a more loving and kind daughter-in-law. We will miss her smile and her love for the grand babies as they were her pride and joy.Watching Jeff and Betty together was knowing they had met their soul mates.Rest in peace. Love you Dad and Mom LeGrand

Randy Byers posted on 2/6/21

My deepest condolences on the loss of your father and brother. Erin, the kids, and I are heart broken for your family. We are praying for God’s everlasting peace to come upon your family. Whatever we can do for you, we are here for you.

Leticia Brotto posted on 2/6/21

Queridas Ivete e Estefane, nossos corações estão com vocês e toda a sua família nesse momento de saudade, exercício da Fé, da coragem e da submissão ao Pai! Recebam nosso abraço sincero, muito carinho e a certeza de que estamos aqui (do outro lado da rua) sempre conectados com vocês! Com amor, Leticia e Marco Brotto

Robin Hyche posted on 2/5/21

A very precious lady! A kind heart! A very loving grandmother!

Terry Thompson posted on 2/5/21

I rented a building from Bill for my sign shop, The Sign Post. Bill had a small part of the building for his own business. I saw Bill everyday for the duration of my time in his building and I got to know him very well. Bill was a great guy who shared a lot of life memories with me. He was in the first graduating class at the same high school that I graduated from 28 years after him. I am just finding this obituary in Feburary of 2021 and it saddens me to know that I will never run into my old friend again in this world. But, I know that I will see him again in Heaven.

Pam posted on 2/5/21

I am so thankful to have had you as a mother inlaw an to have been able to spend the time that i did with you this past year. You will be missed by all whom loved you as you have touched so many of our lives an made a positive impact on us all.I made you a promise the last time we talked and i am trying to do everything in my power to make sure your true intentions an wishes are honored as you requested of me .....but apparently like you told me they wont be happy about it and they are going to be mad as hell ...an you were right on all accounts cause they refuse to do the right thing ..so we are going to need your help from the other side Mrs Shirley so give them a sighn an help them to do the right thing before its to late to turn back....

Delia S Byles posted on 2/4/21

Met Ms. Betty at Meadows Middle School. What a blessing it was! Going to our boys (Jack and Russell) football games together. Betty helping me with my daughter's quinceanera , convincing Randall to come out in Jennifer's celebration. Randall (Bubba) dancing made his momma smile. I will miss our calls, our Christmas card exchanges, her beautiful smile, her wonderful laugh, but most of a dear friend. Rest in Peace our angel Betty Sue!

Aaron Swartz posted on 2/4/21

From the time Brandon and I were first learning how to spell our names clear into collage we would spend countless hours by one another's side. It was during these moments I had the privilege to get to know my uncle Travis as if I was his very son. The time spent under his roof I noticed how personally involved he would be in what Brandon and I were experiencing as we were growing into men. I was over there all the time it seemed. I always remember seeing how loving he was to his wife, my aunt Helen. He loved singing with her while she would play the piano in the house. He loved sharing in the zeal for the Lord Brandon and I first had when we rededicated our lives to Christ. He would love driving us out to the record store to find good Christian music for all of us to listen to together. Music was his love and it became mine and Brandon's as well as we both would end up working together at a music store and later formed a Christian band together. Travis didn't have a love for earthly possessions or small talk about the weather or even politics for that matter. His focus was on the things above and spiritual matters that were eternal. Looking back at it now I know I know it was his example through the years that left an impression on Brandon and I to be bold for Christ and not care what others thought, said or even would do to us. I remember it was at his very house where Brandon and I would start sharing the gospel of the saving power of Christ with people from our collage. He was so excited to hear when one of those individuals who was a Satanist became a believer. Travis never stopped opening his door to people like that either. It wasn't until recent that I learned that all the way to his last days he would continue to open his home up to strangers in hopes to minister to them and provide what financial support he could.Many of us know how much Travis and I would debate so heavily on deep theological issues. I truly met my match when it came to someone who fervently held such rich passion and conviction. But one thing Travis always knew how to outdo me on was showing grace in the face of conflict. At the end of our debates I would even find myself a bit frustrated at how relaxed he was. It almost came across as a piest, mocking manner. But I knew better. I knew that was not him at all. Instead his heart was always so humble before men. In fact, he would open up and share with Brandon and I on multiple occasions some of the most demoralizing stories of himself in hopes we might would learn from his mistakes. The stories this man could tell, and with such passion. I would say he truly learned in life the importance and joy found in building relationships with his fellow man. We live in a time were we find ourselves surrounded and tempted to fall into a self-centered and anti-social way of life. Many are falling into fear. Fear to speak out against sin, afraid of social shaming or loosing ones job even. This is breaking down the very family unit and soulwinning environment God intended for us to have. So I will end this with a prayer. A prayer that we will always be in remembrance of how our beloved Travis flew in the face of that entrapment and fear. He went against the flow and rebelled against this world. That is what made him always stand out in a crowd and it's what will make him be dearly remembered and missed by us all. May we live with passion and purpose and may the peace of our heavenly Father rest in your hearts now and forevermore, Amen.

Larry Applewhite posted on 2/4/21

Peggy, Delores and I offer our condolences and prayers to you and the family.

Elizabeth Malone posted on 2/4/21

Rest in peace Sharron

Elizabeth Malone posted on 2/4/21

You will be missed by many. Rest in peace Sharron.

Elizabeth Malone posted on 2/4/21

You will be missed by many. RIP Sharon

Elizabeth Malone posted on 2/4/21

You will be missed by many.

Kalissa Officer posted on 2/4/21

Keep him alive by holding on to the fire that he lit inside of your heart day to day.

Scott, AnnMarie, and Josie Williams posted on 2/4/21

Travis was my Sunday school teacher years ago when I was in high school. The lessons that he taught have stuck with me over the years, but it was his genuinely kind and gentle spirit that have had even more of an impact on my life. I feel blessed to have known him. Our prayers are with Helen, Brandon, and Jayme.Scott, AnnMarie, and Josie Williams

Amy Paul posted on 2/4/21

I'm so sorry bubs. I cant imagine yalls pain. She was so precious and so sweet. Her smile was so beautiful and lit up any room she was in. She was so loving thoughtful to me my whole life. I love yall.

Angela Boone posted on 2/3/21

Rest in the Lord .See you again love you and you will be missed.

Josie and Janie posted on 2/3/21

Betty was our younger sister and she will be missed. She is now with the Lord and is completely healed .She was a Strong person and was always there for us .She loved her family, but those grandkids were special. We will miss our talks we had together. Great in the Lord we love you and you will always be in our thoughts. We will see you again . Your Sister's Josie and Janie

Carol Griggs Drachler posted on 2/3/21

So sorry for our loss on earth but happy he is with the Lord and walking again. What a testimony he has been as wellas his wonderful family!

Kelley Cobb posted on 2/3/21

Dear Trammell Family,My family and I wish to extend our greatest sympathy to you. Travis was a man of great integrity and always had a word of encouragement to offer. I will miss our Sunday visits in between services. I am so happy to have known him and will miss his mighty voice - especially, at Christmas. Much love to Helen, Jamye, and Brandon,Love, Kelley and Peyton Cobb

Rickey Allison posted on 2/3/21

I remember going to Buck and Edwina’s as a kid singing around the piano with Helen and Travis and Daddy and Buck playing the guitars. Praying for the family.

Peggy Provence Appleton posted on 2/3/21

God bless you all as you grieve for Travis. May God wrap his loving arms around you all.

Peggy johnston posted on 2/3/21

Randell and Russell

Ron and Janis Miller posted on 2/3/21

Our thoughts, prayers, and love are with all of you.

Debra Emanuel posted on 2/3/21

Debbie

Marie posted on 2/3/21

Helen I'm so deeply sorry for your loss I have some great memories when I would come to visit Libby and your family I know it's been many years but never forget people that have such. A warm caring affect in your lifeMy prayers are with you and your family Take careLove Marie

Marie posted on 2/3/21

Helen

Laurin Brown posted on 2/3/21

Remembering Betty's wonderful, kind and gentle soul will forever remain in my heart. Betty was a true angel here on earth and a true blessing to have known. I pray the love which comes from all the wonderful memories of Betty comfort her family and friends... now and forever. May God welcome her with open arms and grace for he has gained another precious angel.

Shannon Brady posted on 2/3/21

I will never forget the last time we spoke...I never knew I would miss you this much! I love you momma!

Stacy posted on 2/3/21

Betty worked circles around everybody. She always had time to listen to a friend. She wasn't scared to learn something new and boy when she did, she did it better than anybody. Betty always talked about her sweetheart and the fun they had together. She just lit up when she got to tell us about her grand babies. Betty was feisty and she stood for something. I will miss our talks before work at the gate, and our afternoon chocolate break.

Lisa Harold posted on 2/2/21

Betty is the sweetest lady a good friend and co-worker she will be missed

Lisa Hanna posted on 1/30/21

Dear Linda and family.... there are certain people God puts on this earth to shine His Love and Grace through . Your dad radiated that Love for everyone he met through his infectious smile and laughter. Samwas just that kind of person you wanted to be around . If you walked onto the court and saw him there you knew even if your play wasn’t so great it would be a fun time. I loved sitting next to him to wait my turn. His connection with Audra was so special to her. Thank you so much for sharing your dad with us all. It was apparent how much he loved you and you him. The courts just won’t feel the same without him. I will forever hear his voice and laugh as he called “ OUT!” Love and Hugs to you all....

Leslie Standridge posted on 1/30/21

I so deeply regret to hear this news. The Standridge family loved Kasey and her light. Kasey was so prevalent at NFWBC and played a pivotal part in the youth group and specifically the young women at church. She will be deeply missed but may she Rest In Peace and radiate in Gods kingdom.

Margaret Schruba posted on 1/30/21

Kasey was such a wonderful example of God’s love and grace! I will forever be grateful for the way she loved, guided, and included me and I hope that I can influence others for Christ in the way that she did! Her light and witness will be so missed in this world. Sending love and prayers to Don and family.

Jan Franklin posted on 1/29/21

Kasie was a dear friend. She always made me feel special. I will so miss her.

Jason Martin posted on 1/28/21

Very sad to hear this news. Billy was my great grandpa’s, Pete Goggans, nephew. RIP.

Mary Jo Goggans posted on 1/28/21

So sad to hear about Bill. I am Pete Goggans daughter in Amarillo, TX. I have many great memories of seeing him in Watson at his parents house. Sympathy and Prayers

Wendy Holsinger Kelso posted on 1/28/21

I remember, as a child, coming to the Gatlin house, in Texas, for our families to fellowship together. The first time I had homemade egg rolls they were made by Bobbie and they were amazing! As a teen I remember her sweet spirit and kindness when our youth group and builders group came to the church Ed was the pastor at, in Craig, Colorado. Such a wonderful and giving heart, the angels rejoice at her homecoming. I will pray for peace and comfort for the entire Gatlin family at this time of loss and grief.

becky collins posted on 1/27/21

The last time I remember speaking to Sam was during the Thanksgiving holidays. I asked him.... " If I was driving a little fast and you pulled me over but I was on my way to pickleball would you let me go?" Sam... " NOPE!" Chuckling on both sides a few minutes later he said, " OK.... I would" Now in thinking about it though I think he was a 'go by the book ' person in his life always doing the right thing and his first answer was true. It showed. From what I know he led a great life. He spoke of his late wife often like they were newlyweds and bragged of what a great Christian woman she was. His relationship with Linda only showed what a great father he was. He inspired me as I hope I can be 90 one day and watching an intense sport and then say, " I'm going for a walk" getting in his own exercise. I'm going to miss everything about him... don't let me forget to mention him handing me the snickers bar when I said I didn't need it. You don't know sometimes what an effect one has on you. He will be greatly missed. Prayers for his family during a tough time.

Kelly Gideon posted on 1/27/21

Betty ALWAYS had a smile on her face and her students were lucky to have her. I remember her well from days of volunteering at Elkins Elementary. There is a special place for teachers in heaven. RIP

Linda Biron posted on 1/27/21

Dad, I will love you forever and always. I am so thankful for having you live with us for the last 2 years. Psalms 139:16 All the days ordained for me were written in your book before one of them came to be. Because I believe God’s word is true I know that you didn’t leave us one second before God had already determined that you were to go. I have faith that I will be reunited with you and Mom one of these days. You went everywhere with me, especially Pickleball and I am feeling lost and my heart is broken. Love, Your only daughter, Linda

Sherry Seger posted on 1/27/21

Sherry My three brothers and myself lived with Uncle Sammy and Aunt Connie. We were Hank, Gary, Steve and Sherry. We are Uncle Sammy’s brother Eddie’s kids. We lived there for a few years and it was a great time. They treated us just like their own and they were our second mom and dad.

Stephanie Monday posted on 1/27/21

So sorry to hear about Bill he was a great guy and a sweet uncle he will be missed

Shannon Guthrie posted on 1/26/21

What a wonderful mother and person. I’m so sorry I was never able to meet her. Laine, I give you love during this very difficult time. I’m always here for you and your family.

Terrilyn Gray Dogbe posted on 1/26/21

Nelline, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during your time of grief. "Come Ye Disconsolate" is one of my favorite songs, and when the artists sing these words, I feel an immediate peace that has comforted me through many times of grief, especially recently. I pray these words will bring some peace to you and your family as well, "Come ye disconsolate, wherever ye languish your mind. Come to the mercy seat, fervently kneel; Here bring your wounded hearts, here tell your anguish, Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal."

Vanessa Dunlap posted on 1/26/21

Sorry to here that Kirsten praying for you n her family she will be missed

Paul D. Richardson posted on 1/26/21

We will all miss Uncle Bill as much as we have missed Aunt Emma Lee, but it makes me glad to know that they are once again keeping each other company.

Lou Ann Rockwell posted on 1/26/21

May fond memories of your father bring you comfort during this hard time in your life. My heart and prayers go out to you and your family.

Gaye Lynne Montemayor posted on 1/26/21

Nelline, I am so very sorry for your loss. Daddy's are very special. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Stephanie Smelley posted on 1/26/21

Nelline, I am so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Candy Walker-Nichols posted on 1/26/21

Nelline and family, Please know I am holding you all in my heart during this sad time.

Lauren Hayes posted on 1/26/21

Praying for you and your family during this time

Lauren Zanders posted on 1/26/21

So many warm, positive memories ❤

Danny Cole posted on 1/25/21

My sympathies to the Family. Randy was always was great person to work with and talk too. Occasionally he would let me fill in for him when he needed a break.

Danny Cole posted on 1/25/21

My sympathy to the family. I always enjoyed taking and working with Randy. He would occasionally let me fill in for him at L3 when he needed a break. He will be greatly missed by all.

The Kidd Family posted on 1/25/21

Bill was a wonderful man. He was always ready to lend a hand when he was needed. Gave the best hugs and was one of my Dad's dearest friends. He will be greatly missed but we know he is with his Emma Lee once again. We love you all and are lifting you up in our prayers.

Cathy Ferguson posted on 1/25/21

It was such a privilege to have known Sam the past few years. What a great example of joyful Christian man.

John Price posted on 1/25/21

My sincere condolences. I have fond memories of Randy, since I worked for L-3 when he was the guard at the ARA building. He was such a bright light, greeting all the employees, customers and visitors, which really gave a homey atmosphere to the work environment. We're lucky to have known him.

Sharon and Tom Oller posted on 1/25/21

So Sorry for your loss Pat and family.

Sharon and Tom Oller posted on 1/25/21

So Sorry for your loss pat and family. Remember you both at church Dinners.

Sharon and Tom Oller posted on 1/25/21

So Sorry for your loss pat and family. Remember you and Bill at the church Dinners. and running into you once in a while.

Cheryl and Lee Russell posted on 1/25/21

We are so very sorry for your loss, but it is Sam’s gain as we know he is with our Heavenly Father. We enjoyed seeing him come with that big smile on his face to the pickleball courts. He was always so pleasant and a joy to be around. So happy we got to know him and celebrate his birthday there also. He will be missed.

Cheryl and Lee Russell posted on 1/25/21

We are so very sorry for your loss, but it is Sam’s gain as we know he is with our heavenly father. His faith shone brightly. He had the most beautiful smile and was so happy to be at the pickleball courts where we first met him and then celebrated his birthday. So happy to have met this sweet man. He will be missed.

Caleb Seger posted on 1/25/21

How thankful I am to know my grandpa that truly he followed the example of the Lord Jesus who came not to be served but to serve though He is King who reigns on high yet He humbled Himself and gave Himself to serve. And getting to know my grandpa I learned that He followed the Lord’s example in this because the love of Jesus touched his heart and transformed him as a person who set aside his own regard to bless others. And though his life in the temporary body has ended yet he is before the Lord in glory who is upon the throne forever joined with Him who we cannot yet see in our sinful flesh. Before the Lord bore upon Himself our sin He said that in His Father’s house are many mansions and that He goes to prepare a place for us and that wherever He is there we will be also and where He is we know the Way. Jesus Christ is the Way the Truth and the Life and no one comes to the Father except through Him. I miss grandpa already yet soon, in Christ, we will be there with him before our God! Praise the Lord!

Stephanie and Dan Delano posted on 1/24/21

Sam was a wonderful presence to all who he encountered. We had the honor of meeting him at the Lakeside pickleball courts. We were always so excited when we learned that Sam accompanied his daughter, Linda, each time. He was a wonderful encourager to all. His love for people and his love for God shone from his very essence. One never doubted his love for life. He had the kindest demeanor with the most beautiful, contagious smile.Sam will be missed by so, so many, but he leaves the greatest legacy of love!

Brooks Braswell posted on 1/24/21

Dear Family,The FBC Umatilla family wants you to know that our prayers are with you all. Sam has touched many lives within this congregation and his legacy will live on through every hospital visit that we make. Sam loved making people smile just by his willingness to check in on them. I can only imagine what his heavenly reunion with Annie was like. We love y’all.

Diana Mejia posted on 1/22/21

RIP. Cousin Richard, you will be missed by all who loved you.

Carmen Perez Briseño posted on 1/21/21

My deepest condolences to the De La Torre family for the loss of uncle Richard. May the perpetual light shine upon him may he rest in peace. Long time friend of the family

Denise De La Torre Valerio posted on 1/21/21

Great man , great smile and a great laugh. Rest in peace Uncle Richard

Sylvia Montoya Sanchez posted on 1/21/21

There aren’t enough words to express how sad we are upon the passing of Richard. We loved him so very much. Though we cannot be physically there, we walk with Jovita during this difficult time.

Elliott Chisholm posted on 1/21/21

My heart broke when i heard about Richard. He was such a sweet and funny man. Always so good to my family and so positive. The world needs more people like Richard. I am so sorry for your loss. I will be thinking of and praying for your whole family, especially Aunt Jovita, his best friend and ultimate love. Their love, their relationship was an inspiration. Rise in Power Richard. I love you friend

Asha Hegde posted on 1/21/21

LeeAnna, you brought joy, happiness, and laughter to all who met you. You will always be remembered and deeply missed by everyone in the Interior Design Program at Texas State University.

carmen and charles castro posted on 1/20/21

Prayers and thoughts are with the family...Richards will always be missed, by all who knew him.

Jaime and Vina Gomez posted on 1/20/21

The Gomez Family, Jaime,Vina,David Ray Gomez and Victoria LeFan, express our sincere condolences; May God’s peace be with you.

Kathy Hansel RN from Wisconsin posted on 1/20/21

Nora, you were truly an angel on this earth. You tried so hard, and were proving you had the ability to move, even if only a little bit. "Tummy crunches" during bath time were so fun, and you had a keen sense of rhythm in getting your shoulders into action. I loved every minute of the time I got to spend with you. You never uttered a word, but you had your own way of communicating with us. God bless you, little one. May you now learn to crawl, run, jump and play with Jesus and the other tiny angels in Heaven, as now your body is healed and you can be whole again. May God bless your parents & grandparents with love and peace, as I know their hearts are breaking, as is mine, for the too short time we had you on earth. But God has a greater plan for you, my dear sweet little Nora. You were so loved and adored by everyone who had the privilege of knowing you.

LaRue & Greta Chisholm posted on 1/20/21

We are devastated and so sorry for the loss of Richard who was a wonderful and loving husband to Jovita, and our dear friend for over 30 years. Jovita & I met as coworkers at the former Carswell Air Force Base and had an immediate connection and friendship. It wasn't long before our husbands were included in our "circle", which then led to the four of us becoming lifelong friends. Now our hearts are broken with the passing of Richard. He was not only a loving husband, he was an honorable man with a generous and giving heart who took care of neighbors as well as friends and family. Over the years we celebrated special occasions, hung out together, and of course shared our love of the Cowboys! We had an unbreakable bond of love and friendship. We are thankful to have so many wonderful memories that will live in our hearts forever. Richard was an angel on earth and we know he is now an angel in heaven. Our hearts are full of sorrow at his passing but know God has a special place reserved for him. We will miss you Richard and so grateful for having you in our lives sweet friend.

Jeffery Jackson posted on 1/19/21

Richard was truly my friend we met at the post office my first day working there we’ve been friends for over 26 years the first day we met just click he was in my wedding at my best man we talked at least twice a week after he retiredI miss talking to him over he will call me or I will call him and I could say he was truly my friend and he will surely be missed

Zina Alaswad posted on 1/19/21

LeeAnna was one of the hardest working students I had in my classes here at Texas State. She was very creative, ambitious, and always pushing herself to do better. She was always so respectful and lit up the classroom with her smile. I loved having her in my classes and will always remember her. R.I.P LeeAnna. I pray your loved ones can find solace in your memories.

Katie Fields-Pack posted on 1/19/21

Richard joined Jovita everyday for lunch at the Naval base. I worked with Jovita. I am so glad I to know them both. He was a patient, devoted husband to Jovita. Much love to Jovita and all of his family. I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers.

Libby Dommisse posted on 1/18/21

Angel Nora, I will forever love you. At such a young age, you taught me the strength of no other. Miss you endlessly baby girl, until I get to hug you again ❤️ Enjoy all the Minnie Mouse and cartoons that your big heart desires in heaven

Renn Pho posted on 1/18/21

I met Johnathon playing League of Legends almost 6 years ago. We had lots of fun talking for hours and playing games together. Had some deep conversations cause I was going through some stuff but he was the rainbow at the end of a rainstorm for me. He always told me to keep my chin up and gave me hope. I loved him but I couldn’t tell him because I had self doubt. I wish I could have been able to tell him how much he meant to me. How all the time he spent with me made me so happy. I used to constantly try my hardest to make him all flustered and embarrassed by saying weird and silly things. When he would fumble his words and giggle with me, I was happy. Sometimes he would be goofy for no reason just to cheer me up. He was the best for that and I’ll always remember him. I hope one day we’ll meet again and continue where we left off.

Charlton Fitzjarrald posted on 1/17/21

You tutch my life I'm so proud to have had you in my life

Ruben Flores posted on 1/17/21

I will cherish the love I witness between Richard and his wife Jovita. Richard was a hard working, very outgoing, and a good hearted man. I am forever grateful for those times we spent together. Especially inviting me to your family events, Thanksgiving Days, and watching your beloved Cowboys games. May you rest in peace.

Carol Reeves posted on 1/16/21

Audrey...….I am deeply saddened by the news of Edwards passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time of grief. May my condolences bring you comfort, and may my prayers ease the pain of this loss. God Bless You!

Lloyd and Gioia Jones and family posted on 1/16/21

Dearest Audrey and family, I am so sorry for the loss Ed. I will forever remember his handsome smile. I pray that God showers you all with comfort and the peace that passes understand. God bless and keep you all.

Jennifer Huxel posted on 1/16/21

Audrey ...sending you prayers of comfort during this time. And, love from my heart to yours. Jennifer Huxel

Sandra Davila-Sauceda posted on 1/15/21

The people we care about the most in life are the ones taken from us to soon.We send our love up to Heaven to you every day.Your love & memories will stay with us in our hearts all ways . We will forever miss you and look for a time to meet again, to laugh and joke around like we always did together. We all Love You.

Bill and Sharon Peters Bart and Jenifer and Hudson Peters posted on 1/15/21

PeteWe love you and Betty, she will be in our Hearts foreverTruly a Saint

Jennifer Huxel posted on 1/14/21

Betty was such a kind caring person and dedicated to her family. Wishing the family warm and caring thoughts. Prayers to all, may she Rest In Peace. The Huxel Family

Gioia Jones, Saginaw Elementary Kindergarten posted on 1/14/21

Betty will remain a dear and treasured friend in my heart. Her gifts of love and guidance will live on in her students and colleagues.

Jackie & Charlene Nolte posted on 1/14/21

Dear Nolte Cousins--Our love and sympathy to you on the passing of Edward. May God give you days filled with comfort and peace. Blessings...

Alan Coker posted on 1/14/21

R.I.P. old friend.

Angie Averhoff posted on 1/13/21

I was Betty’s principal at Gililland elementary for several years and attended SUMC with the family. Betty was a beautiful soul. I know you must have been a terrific grandmother.

Reynaldo & Maria Serenil from Santa Fe. TX posted on 1/13/21

Tio Richard you were such a loving and caring husband to Tia. The times we got to spend together when y'all visited Baytown will truly be cherished. You loved your Cowboys team and Whataburger meals to name a few. Its not a good bye but a see you later. May you rest in the arms of our Almighty Father and know Tia is in good hands by the people who love her.

james miller posted on 1/13/21

our thoughts and prayers go out to Pete and the entire family; I had the privilege of coaching Pete many years ago, and we have known Pete and Betty for many years. Betty was such a bright light in the lives of all she met, and she will be sorely missed by all who knew her. Jim and Suzanna Miller

David Hale posted on 1/13/21

So sorry to hear of her passing. A sweet lady. Holding her and her family up in our prayers.

Jacquie and Bob Fugate posted on 1/13/21

Betty was gentle,kind ,loving,beautiful and gracious.I-am very proud to have her as a sister n law.May she rest in joyful peace.Prayers uplifting

Tiffaney Abbatello posted on 1/12/21

Richard was such a light to everyone he met. So kind and loved everyone well. He made the best pineapple upside down cake. It put a smile on everyone’s face at our Public Work’s Christmas Party. Celebrating your life and lifting up the family in prayer. I love you Mrs. Jovita! Tu Amiga, Tiffaney

Bobby Jackson posted on 1/12/21

Betty was one of kindest and sweetest people I have ever known. She always made me laugh and I am so glad that I got to work with her and that we also got to share her granddaughter and my daughter playing sports together. I know there are many former students out there who are grateful they had her for a teacher. Prayers for the family.

Reece Caldwell posted on 1/12/21

Leanna was a waiter at Industry and she was always so kind to me when I came in. I didn’t know her well, but she always brought a light to my day. Praying for her family and loved ones!

Bill and Carole Cowell posted on 1/12/21

Brother J L Shawver and wife Azalea were great friends. For many years, and until the time of his homegoing, J L was a generous supporter of Heart Ministries and Victory Village Christian Academy, Hutchinson, Kansas. We first met JL through our radio broadcast over KSKY Radio, when he was still owner of the Ft. Worth Auto Auction. We were guests in their home many times, staying overnight on a number of occasions, the last time being a little over a year ago, and J L drove us to a restaurant for supper. J L and Azalea were always super hospitable in inviting us to their home, sometimes when we had over 20 of our students along on tours, and they provided food and lodging for us all. We will never forget Azalea's delicious chocolate cakes. When one of our daughters, who was a student at Baylor at the time, had car trouble, J L went to the rescue, driving many miles and took care of problem. We will be eternally grateful for the love and hospitality that was shown over the years, and for the generous support that was given to our ministry. May God bless their family and all of their many loved ones, and we will be forever grateful for all they did for us.

Kathleen Fritz posted on 1/12/21

My heart goes out to LeeAnna's familiy and friends. She was a kind, creative and hard working student who always did her best. She was always a joy to have in my classes for her fresh perspective and infectious smile. I'm happy to share the work from her classes. Peace to you all.

Shelly Piccolo posted on 1/10/21

LeAnna, will be remembered as a very special young lady with an infectious smile and a heart of gold. She used to come into the clinic and make my day with her stories and cheerleading escapades. She was always full of life and will be missed by all who had a pleasure of knowing her. Heaven definitely gained another

Eudora McKee posted on 1/9/21

Gail and Butch, I just now saw that your son has passed away. I am so sorry. I cannot imagine the grief and loss you all feel. I pray that God will wrap you all in his arms to get you through this. You all are in my prayers. Love, Eudora

Martha Langford posted on 1/9/21

So sad for your loss. Prayers for the family. ❤

Cali Kelley posted on 1/9/21

Leeanna was such an amazing person inside and out and so talented. I met her first through DZ recruitment and really connected since we were in spring and there was very few of us. She was so kind and knew how to light up any room she was in. We discovered later that we were in the same major which was crazy since so few people were accepted into the program. After my first semester and having so many people drop Interior design, Leeanna was my only friend and one of the only people who cared.. she knew that too and she helped me and pushed me to do my best in classes. She was so talented and all my professors showcased her work. I have had nothing but positive encounters and memories with her and is seriously one of the most giving/selfless people I’ve ever met. I’ve had my classes with her for 3 years and this was supposed to be our last studio class together before we were finally finished. We were supposed to graduate this spring and we’ve been in the most stressful-lifesucking major for years together and were so excited for things to get better and to have a real career. one of my most favorite things about her is how quirky and different she was. one time she brought a burrito pencil case to class and I literally thought it was a burrito she brought. We showed up to our 8 a.m’s for each other every day. I will never forget her and cherish every second and memory I had... I wish she was here and I wish I could bring her back. R.i.p to the most beautiful, kind, soul that anyone would be lucky knowing..

Faith E posted on 1/8/21

I didnt know leeanna well but i did know her brother mathew. I know that she was a very sweet kind and talented young lady the world shined brighter with her in it. My heart goesout to her loving family i can only imagine loosing one of my brothers this young. I do hope they find solis in the fact that she impacted many lifes in a positive way. She will truly be missed

Shelly P. posted on 1/8/21

I only met her once, but she made an awesome impression on me and my family, My son was in her High School Class. He was not one of the popular guys, and very shy. He adored LeeAnna. We were at the Cotton Patch one night and this beautiful blonde employee came up to my son and hugged him, she was so happy to see him. It made his day. She was a doll. So sweet and kind. That moment was a great confidence boost for my son. She probably had no idea the positive results of her kindness.

Breann Barrow posted on 1/8/21

LeeAnna, you had an incredible wildfire of a soul. You are an inspiration to live freely and boldly. Thank you for letting me know you and your spirit. Rest easy with the Lord sweet girl. My condolences to LeeAnna’s family, she was a gem and my sister in Delta Zeta. Thank you for a great human.

Jeanie Krell posted on 1/8/21

I just heard Pauline went to be with our Lord; love and prayers for her family.

Valerie Gilbert posted on 1/8/21

I remember caching with her, doing the big series in south west Tx. She was fearless, climbing into places to go get those caches. We spent 12 hours getting 98 finds that day and she didn't complain once. She was a beautiful, happy little girl and grew up to be quite a beautiful young lady. My heart aches for the family.

Jo Kelly aka Sandbassqueen posted on 1/8/21

We remember how excited "Little Slick" was geocaching with us for the Girls of Summer. Especially, I remember how she tried to keep her brand new white cheerleading shoes clean! What a super girl! My heart aches for her family, Many prayers sent for healing and remembering all of the good times.

Samuel J. Lamkin posted on 1/8/21

Cousin James Lawrence was a loving gentleman. We always loved visiting and talking about old times. Now he is in heaven talking with his Mother, Dad and our Lord. God Bless to all.

Hogye Hogle posted on 1/7/21

One of the kindest men I have ever had the pleasure to know. Heaven will be better with him and his Christian values.

Edward Lamkin posted on 1/7/21

James Lawrence was a cousin that truly loved. I always enjoyed visiting with him. He left know doubt that he was a true Christian

Tina Ruthardt Pearson posted on 1/7/21

Oh Jr we have been best friends since we were just children. My stories are endless just picking one to share is the tough one lol. I remember one of the first times my mom and I went out to y'alls house and your sweet momma sent Jr out to fetch the eggs. He told me, the city girl, to come with him. He just went running out there, bare footed all that chicken poop squishing up between his toes. I started squealing like the little girl I was and took off running and he, of course took off after me kicking that chicken poop at me. When his sweet momma saw what was going on... boy did he get in big trouble!!! He was so mischievous but SO much fun, ALWAYS laughing!! I'm going to miss him terribly! Family, I love you all, if you need anything, I'm here!!

Elena Doyle posted on 1/7/21

Christi, you and your family are ever present in our thoughts and prayers. We are saddened by the loss of Steve but remain ever grateful to him for showing us how to serve the poor and lonely in our community of Fredericksburg. He always encountered all he helped in a way that embraced their human dignity and encouraged so many kids and adults by including them in service. He is missed here as are you. May our Lord reward Steve for his goodness! Much love and prayers!

James & Patty Tyler posted on 1/6/21

We are sending you love and prayers ✝️

Donna White posted on 1/6/21

Sending prayers for you and your family. Sorry for your loss.

Susan Bollman posted on 1/6/21

Manee and family you are all in my thoughts and prayers. May God hold you close with peace, comfort, direction and understanding. Love you.

Don Huffman posted on 1/5/21

Expressing deepest appreciation for the US Marine Corps and US Army Reserve Service of M/Sgt Steven Keene for our country. Prayers go up to heaven for comfort for his family and many friends in their loss. May he rest in this his last deployment, with his Beloved Savior Jesus. Thank you Lord for men such as this.D huffman, Army vet, DFW Honor Guard member.

Terry Cook posted on 1/5/21

I don't think you could find a better friend, who would do anything for anybody. I worked with Roy for several years, he would always have something to say that would bring a smile on your face, no matter how bad things were going. The first thing he would say is how is your wife and children.

Leonard Foret posted on 1/5/21

A good friend, we worked together in Turkey, Korea and Fort Worth. He will be missed.

Anna Crenshaw posted on 1/4/21

Sensing our deepest sympathy - and praying our father gives you peace for despair.

Linda Currier posted on 1/4/21

One time, the Eagle Mountain-Saginaw Retired School Employees group was badly in need of an auctioneer for our fundraiser. We did not know who to contact, but someone sent Paul to our rescue! What a nice person, and good man. He would not let us pay him. We have never forgotten him. His life was cut too short; he had lots more helping and giving to do. Rest peacefully, Mr. Spindor!

Regina Goodman posted on 1/4/21

I have so many memories of Shyrrel growing up. She was like a Big Sister to me. She was such a big part of my childhood. Anyone that was a friend to any of her siblings was a friend of hers too. She will be Loved and Missed by us all. Praying for you all. Rest in Peace Shyrrel

LINDA OLTHOFF posted on 1/4/21

Steve will be greatly missed by all of us who were fortunate enough to know him. Oh how he loved to laugh .....but loved the Dallas Cowboys even more!

Benjamin Guttery & Ruben Bermejo posted on 1/3/21

Growing up I would see James at my friends family holidays like Christmas. I remember his big smile, contagious laugh, starched jeans, and pressed pearl snap shirts! Our condolences to the entire Steel family.

Theresa L Blanchfield posted on 1/3/21

Steve was a big man with an even bigger heart. I did pet sitting for him and Christi for many years What amazed me most was his total devotion to his family and his faith. When Steve heard his aunt Betty was in failing health he drove to Texas and brought her home to live with him and Christy. He thought nothing of changing soiled clothes ,preparing meals or enduring countless nights of bell ringing in order to care for her. Steve, I know you have a special place in Heaven.

Ann Duhamel posted on 1/3/21

Steve was the most giving person I have ever known. I worked with Steve cooking and serving dinners for the less fortunate in our community for a number years. Bless you and may you never be forgotten.

Barry Spencer posted on 1/3/21

Uncle James always made time for me, as a kid. He taught me how to hunt and work on cars. So many memories of love, support and laughter when we needed it. He enjoyed and took care of his family.

Twila Collins posted on 1/3/21

I spent time with Uncle James and Aunt Norweita when I was young. I'll always have great memories because of the love I was shown. Uncle James was always cutting up making me laugh. I loved it when he and aunt Norweita would sit and hold hands when we sat in the living room. I know they're reunited!

Cindy Rankin Ahern posted on 1/3/21

She was a wonderful friend and person. We grew up together graduated high school together. And we also shared the same birthday. You will be missed.

Debbie Berry Quinn Holder posted on 1/2/21

I remember when I was 6yrs old and in Blue Birds Uncle James took me to the Father and Daughter banquet he was so handsome in his Navy uniform I was so proud of him and I loved him so much, I went to Church with them every Sunday ❤ we helped them move to Mona Dr, we were with them a lot Jerry and Uncle James worked on a old truck such great times

Amber Spindor-Shive posted on 1/2/21

He was an incredible man. People respected and listened to him. He mentored and guided so many young people. He guided me; I knew to never complain to him about hard work. If you weren’t working hard then you weren’t working hard enough. He never missed a moment. He was there for all of them! We are going to miss him so much.

Robbie Shive posted on 1/2/21

Robbie Shive

Dannie Davis posted on 1/2/21

Thanks for taking me hunting when i was a kid. Love you and hug my mom for me.

James Montgomery posted on 1/2/21

My heart aches A big part of me is gone. He was always there for everyone and not only my best friend but an incredible example of what to be as a person. I love him and think of him constantly. He was, and is, my brother.

Jim Angle posted on 1/2/21

Steve was one of the best men i have ever known. A longtime friend and classmate. A very good man. He will be missed.

Charice posted on 1/2/21

Your dad was such a sweet man. All my love to th whole family.

Janece Ragan posted on 1/2/21

My thoughts and prayers are with you all. He was a good man taken much to soon.

Cheryl Webb posted on 1/2/21

Thank you for helping me grow up. I remember our Church and the great times we had. Please hug my mother for me.

Teresa ( Terry) posted on 1/2/21

Thank you Bobby for the many smiles, lessons and time you gave us as children and adults. You Sir will be greatly missed. I love you

Lynne Stoker posted on 1/2/21

I remember the times I spent with Bobby and Carolyn at Port A when Andi and I went for a few days at the beach. They were so much fun. I also enjoyed the birthday gatherings at Mexican Inn. I was lucky to get to know Bobby and will always remember his wry sense of humor and laugh. He will be dearly missed but, is now reunited with his beloved Carolyn in Heaven. My sincere condolences to the family.

Susan gaynor BREAKFAST NAZI ... posted on 1/2/21

Paul and I had a friendship like none other.. HELPED HIM WITH MANY CAFE OPENINGS HE CALLED ME THE BREAKFAST NAZI. AND I DID LIVE UP TO IT... AND YEARS OF FUN TIMES SHARED MANY TEARS TOGETHER TOO. PLENTY OF COLD BEERS. AND BIG DIPS. LOVE YOU BROTHER

Susan gaynor BREAKFAST NAZI ... posted on 1/2/21

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Michele Livingston posted on 1/1/21

Thank you Grandpa for your service and the many years of memories. You are forever in my heart. I love you

Mark oldham posted on 1/1/21

Spindor family you are in my prayers at this time of sorrow, it is with heavy heart to hear about my friend, classmates, passing. Paul will be truly missed. By All. God bless all of you at this time and forever. With love and respect, go rest high on that mountain brother, your job has been done ,by all the smiles you brought your family and friends. Rest brother.

Judy Hiltunen and family posted on 1/1/21

So sorry for your loss Bohannon family! Will be keeping you all in our prayers!!

Mary and WT Massey posted on 1/1/21

Roy was a wonderful friend to me and my husband.Will miss him greatly!

Debbie Layne posted on 1/1/21

My deepest condolences to the families and friends of Mr. Pritchett in their time of loss. He was a man of integrity and honor and loved his family dearly. You are in my prayers. May God bless you with sweet memories to comfort you in the days ahead until you meet again.

James & Barbara Holland posted on 1/1/21

We will always cherish our memories of the many times we had after lunch dessert at your home with the Castleberry Crowd. Thanks for your wonderful hospitality. We will miss those good times.

Janet moss posted on 1/1/21

Your in my prayerd

Kathy Keene-Williams posted on 1/1/21

Sincere condolences to Steve’s children, grandchildren & family.

Kathy Keene-Williams posted on 1/1/21

Sincere condolences to Steve’s children & grandchildren.

Bill Maier posted on 1/1/21

I worked with Carol for many years at PDX. She was not only a great coworker, but also a warm and wonderful friend. I remember her as someone who was always willing to stand up for what is right. The world is a bit dimmer place without her.

Shirley Martin posted on 1/1/21

My heart is broken of the news he was my best friend he was a father to my kids Thomsd and Candie when theirs was not aroundHe will be missed my prayers are with all of you love you all

Fred and Marlys Spindor posted on 12/31/20

We have been down many trails. Paul always grabbed the heavy end when we had a job to do. He always set a high mark in everything he did. He is loved and missed and our family won’t be the same without him.

Jennifer Gibson posted on 12/31/20

My deepest sympathies to the Keene family for your loss of Steve. Peace and love to you all.

Vicki & Jim Lewis posted on 12/31/20

Loving memory of Bobby

Vanessa Vaughan Jenkins posted on 12/31/20

My heart is broken in a million pieces. Our lives were SO intermingled for SO many years. We were best friends, we were partners in life, we were besties. You never failed to say I Love You and I always knew you meant it. We traveled paths parallel for many years and then we, as Paul and Nessa were no more. You were my kindred spirit. You “got me” when others didn’t, our connections were deep, powerful and long lasting. I hope and pray that you’ll be another guardian angel for me because I know you’re dancing in heaven and looking down on us. Please give Daddy and Elmer big hugs for all of us. Take a big dip of snuff, kick your boots off and rest easy my Paul. You fought one hell of a battle and your job here on earth is done. Loves to my Podnah forevahhh!

James & Seleta posted on 12/31/20

So sorry to hear about Jimmy’s passing. Nelda & Kirt. We played golf together, Seleta & I vacationed in Colorado & had such a great time. Jimmy always made you welcome anywhere you may be. Seleta & I would also like to express our love to Kirt.

Harold & Kathy Picklesimer posted on 12/31/20

Wayne was a good Christian Friend, @ Rosen Heights Baptist Church. We will miss you.

Sheila Schindler & Wanda Davis posted on 12/31/20

We are so sorry for your loss. Paul was kind and thoughtful. Always willing to help from building fence, cleaning up a flooded house or providing meals. Our hearts hurt for you and please know you are in our thoughts and prayers. Paul will be missed.

Carmen Moore Henigin posted on 12/30/20

Though I didn't get to see Uncle Wayne and Aunt Chris much once my family moved overseas, I have beautiful memories of them. My overwhelming memory of Uncle Wayne is laughter and joy. I loved getting to see him, infrequent though it was. He was one of those rare people that, when they see you, make you feel as though you were just the person they were hoping to see that day. His smiles and laughter lit up every room and, even as a young child, I just wanted to be near him. He made me feel seen and loved and accepted. Uncle Wayne radiated joy, and, importantly to a child who loved to make others laugh, allowed me to provide him joy and laughter. Of course, as that young child, I believed he thought I was especially delightful (which he did), but, more importantly, as an adult, I realize that he saw everyone in his life as they truly were - a beautiful person created in the image of the Lord he loved. Uncle Wayne was a reflection of his Jesus. Quite simply, he loved. And he loved well. I hope they have Rummikub in heaven so that he and my Nana can go to head-to-head.I love you, Aunt Chris.

Jennifer Goff posted on 12/30/20

Uncle Wayne and aunt Chris would fly up to Lake Murray and we would have lunch. I looked forward to those visits. He was the most kind and loving man. The one thing I remember about him was his smile and his caring nature. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family.

Johnny Sain posted on 12/30/20

It was always such an honor to have Wayne Williams as my friend. Our mutual things to discuss were always pleasant. His knowledge of so many things was so good. I could always count on his help if needed. I will never forget his friendship to me and our family. Love to all the family of Wayne and Chris. God bless all.

Alisha Baker posted on 12/29/20

I used to watch Wayne with Chris and I knew I wanted a husband like that. He was a gentleman. Very giving. And always had a smile for me. I lost contact with everyone when I left Rosen Heights, but I think of them often. I am very sorry for your lost.

John Baker posted on 12/29/20

Growing up at Rosen Heights Baptist Church, Wayne was a pivotal part of my up bringing. Commited and Faithful to His Lord and Savior, emulating Christ in his daily walk, Wayne was always a pleasure to be around! Farewell good and faithful servant and thank you for the example you set!

Amy daniels posted on 12/29/20

I had the honor of working as a bus girl and later hostess at Williams Ranch House. Wayne was short handed on bus boys and I really wanted to save money for my first car so he took a chance on me. I'm not sure if he really believed I could handle the heavy buckets full of dirty dishes and get the tables cleaned and set quickly for the many loyal customers waiting. However it wasn't long before I gained his trust. This was put to the test one night when the other bus boys were a no-show. As our tables filled and the line of waitresses down the bar folding napkins started to break away one by one to serve our guest, I started to doubt I could handle the entire floor all on my own. When Wayne walked by I looked to him for comfort or reassurance and he ignored me or didn't notice me nor my concerns. I didn't realize at the time what he was doing but as the night went on I never had a chance to voice my concerns and doubts nor did I have a chance to even have them. I figured this out when Wayne was looking up over his reading glasses with a prideful expression as I handled the entire floor. Its almost like he said " I knew you could do it kiddo" I was 14 then and 34 now, the pride one has In doing a good job was something I learned right there at Williams ranch house and something I will always be grateful to have learned. After a few weeks of Wayne not hiring any other bus boys and me adhering to these new expectations, I started to get my own higher expectations and decided Wayne was saving money only having a sole bus girl to pay and I was doing alot more work. so maybe the time had come to ask for my 1st raise. I dont know how he knew I was mustering up the courage to ask, but he knew and I think was enjoying watching me squirm. My hands where shaking, I knew I deserved the rasie but boy was I nervous to ask. He noticed and I think I saw a bit of a smile behind his "fake" serous face he was putting on for me, As I tried to give the speech I had been reciding, while I cleaned tables . Yet nothing came out how I had practiced nor did he give me any indication on weather he was going to give me my raise. I was a bit disappointed he didn't immediately agree or disagree he just said to finish up my work and informed me the industrial metal vacuums where up and running again as he had them repaired. He knew I didn't care for them much as the lighter plastic tempary one I think he had brought from home. Next day I came in fingers crossed wondering how much of a raise I would get...he waited until I was pushing those heavy vacuums around at the end of the night before he gave me the news... I think I was pouting a bit as I pushed the vacuums around the tables near where he was doing his paper work. He called me over asked how the vacuums where working, just like new take a toe right off again...he informed me I would be getting a 50 cent raise and we could revisit the subject in 6 months. Nadine a waitress standing in ear shoot about fell over. she gave me a wink of encouragement. I told Wayne thank you with a smile from ear to ear and told him I couldn't wait to revisit it in 6 months and i did get another raise sooner then 6 months when I became the hostess of 25 cents. My favorite boss and the way the family described him is exactly how I recall him. Wayne was a blessing and a wonderful person.

Juanita Starnes posted on 12/29/20

I have enough memories of times with Jimmy, Nelda and Kirt to write a book...all of them are great! He was a good man who will be missed by many, including my family. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Thankfully Jimmy is in the arms of Jesus. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Kim and Mike McKinnie posted on 12/29/20

Mays Family, Our hearts go out to you and everyone who loved him. Please know that we love you and are here for you.Kim and Mike McKinnie & Family

Lesley Anne Lamb (Jett) posted on 12/29/20

I never worked for a finer man. I have not seen him in years and am saddened to hear of his passing. My deepest condolences to Kris, Dewayne, and the rest of his family. He was a wonderful man that led a wonderful life that touched so many folks. Hugs ad prayers to you all.

Nona McDonald posted on 12/29/20

One of the nicest people I’ve ever known ... Dennis and I saw Wayne’s Christ-like servanthood during our years at Rosen Heights. During our frequent trips to the restaurant, we were always greeted with a firm handshake, a hug, and his big smile. To the family, Dennis and I send our love.

Sam Deviney posted on 12/29/20

I first knew Wayne from his restaurant many years ago but we became good friends thru our meeting at Macdonald on Saturday morning with several other friends. He was such a good man and a pleasure to be around. I had the opportunity to visit. His ranch that he loved so much and we worked on several projects including deer feeders, 1955 military Jeep and his airplane. He was a lot of fun to be with and I will miss him greatly. I pray that God will comfort Chris and her family in the loss of Wayne and continue to provide them with all the great memories we all have of Wayne. Thank you Wayne and Chris for allowing me to Have the opportunity to have you as friends and sharing good times together. We will miss Wayne but he is now in a better place and we all look forward to seeing him again when we make that journey.

Corrie Moore Reed posted on 12/29/20

Uncle Wayne....he was actually my Daddy’s uncle but he and Aunt Chris always felt close immediate family. Being in Uncle Wayne’s presence was to feel loved just because you were you. He was kind and gentle. Even as a child, I knew that he believed what I said and felt was significant. I remember so much laughter when with him and Aunt Chris. A memory that always bring a smile to my face is the Christmas many, many years ago when I was probably only 5 or 6. Aunt Christ gave him a nose and ear hair trimmer. The peals of laughter and the deep chuckles rang through the house. But what I remember the most is the look of, not just amusement, but deep love and endearment I saw in his eyes when he looked at Aunt Chris. Year after year, I never saw that look change.

Jim Carter posted on 12/28/20

Most of us knew him as “Papa”, some as Wayne, some as Daddy and then there are those who know him as K5AMM. However you knew him, he was the beating heart of a clan and a faithful friend to scores of others. I’ll be brief. I knew him for 46 years, longer even than my own father. He was ALWAYS kind to me. He showed me that in many ways over many years. He gave me his blessing when I asked him for his permission to marry his oldest daughter. He is grandfather to my children and great- grandfather to my grandchildren. So many deep and abiding connections to him. You’ll hear today of his finer qualities and probably a few that aren’t so fine. But, as I have thought quietly to myself these last few days and pondered life and death, legacy and love, I have come to observe what I think one epitaph for a man like him could be: “He left at the Top of his game”He was still very sharp and very active. He was so smart. He was always curious about the world. He was engaging and thoughtful in conversation. He made and scrimped and saved his wages. And his monetary legacy will live far past his time on this earth. The legacy that he would most likely speak of as most important to him was that of loyalty and faithfulness. He lived out to the uttermost, his very personal commitment to his God. And, similarly, he lived out to his end on earth, his commitment to his wife. All of these things were completely alive in him on Christmas Day when God ushered him into His presence! Amazing!I’m not sure of a finer life lived.I’ll miss you Papa, but the many connections to you are evermore so much alive and well everyday. I’ll be seeing you always in the many faces of your children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and your beautiful wife. Thanks for letting me be a part of your journey! I am forever grateful. Love, Jim

Norbert and Lisa Gromelski posted on 12/28/20

Our Condolences. Mrs Biggers was a blessing to our Church family and our community. May God welcome her with open arms and Grace.

Karen Bell McClanahan posted on 12/28/20

My first job was as a weekend hostess at Williams Ranch House. Wayne always had a smile and a joke for everyone. He was such a kind and generous person. My thoughts and prayers for all in this family at such a difficult time.

Kimberly Reed posted on 12/28/20

Dear Nancy and family, I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your Dad ...he was always interested in others and would take the time to do a quick check in! What a legacy he leaves behind and all the fabulous memories, too. Praying for your mom, and family. Love and prayers, Kimberly Reed

Jeff Carlton posted on 12/28/20

I always enjoyed visiting with Papa Wayne when he would drive Jimmy and me out in the country somewhere for us to start a bike ride. He'd always be an interesting conversationalist and was a naturally warm person that I'm thankful to know. My condolences to all of your family.

Randy Turner posted on 12/28/20

Butch and Gail, my prayers are with you during this difficult time. I pray that you receive strength and solace from our Lord. I am so sorry.

Randy Robbins posted on 12/28/20

Wayne was a good man with a genuine faith... which he consistently displayed in both word and deed .He touched many lives...including my own ...in a most positive way . Though certainly he will be missed ...our loss is Heaven's gain.

Larry and Freda Thun posted on 12/28/20

We had the honor of being members of Wayne's Sunday school class. A man of unmeasured knowledge and a great teaching habit. Also had the honor of knowing him during the Steakhouse days. You will be truly missed but never forgotten. Rest in peace, Wayne.

Wayman and Mary Keen posted on 12/28/20

We were friends for many years at church and always enjoyed seeing Wayne and visiting with him. These past few months we have kept in touch to discuss life in general. We will always remember our good times.

David Firkins posted on 12/28/20

What a great man and great friend Jimmie was. He was my sunday school teacher at Decatur Ave Baptist Church during my mid-teens. He took me and several others under his wing and not only taught us to love the Lord but to love others and respect all. He was full of life lessons that I carry on to this day. I left for the service and only saw Jimmie and Nelda a few times over the last 50 years but they were always in my mind and loved by me to this day. Jimmy you will be missed only for a short time because we will all be together when the Lord calls us home.

Calvin and Molinda Womack posted on 12/28/20

Wayne was so supportive to all he knew, if you called he was there ,He loved the Lord and he would tell you so , at our church one time Chris and Wayne came and he gave Calvin a coin that Calvin carries to this day ! He will be missed.

mark long posted on 12/27/20

great lady prayers

Charlotte Mooty posted on 12/27/20

I’m sending my condolences and love to Tim’s family.

Cindi Admire posted on 12/25/20

So very sorry I just loved Shirley. Always enjoyed visiting with her such a sweetheart and so friendly. Ill miss her.

Manda Wyatt÷Martinez posted on 12/25/20

You were one of the funniest people I ever met. Your ability to make people laugh will be missed greatly!

johnny steele posted on 12/24/20

Sorry to hear this. We were classmates at AHS and graduated together in 1955.

Mike Miller posted on 12/23/20

John was a good friend and neighbor he will be missed

Blaine and Glenda Landers posted on 12/22/20

Roy, sending our prayers and sincerest condolences for the loss of your best friend, companion, and wife. God Bless you and family.

John Basse posted on 12/21/20

There are individuals that cross your path that make a permanent impact on your life. Tom Adams was one of those men. The stories are endless.He was an outstanding educator and mentor. He left a lasting impact on his students for generations. His choirs were the best in Texas for decades BECAUSE OF TOM ADAMS. Prayers of peace and condolence to Carole, Perry, Cherie and their families.jbIsiah 40:31

Melinda Duncan, D.O. posted on 12/21/20

I’m so sorry to hear about your mother’s death. She was a pioneer in the funeral home business for women. She was such a caring person. I know when you loose your mom that space is never filled. God blessed your family allowing her to be with you so long. May he now fill your hearts with love and memories. God bless.

Wayne Gerlosky posted on 12/21/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you. May God ease your heart.

Tom Bessant posted on 12/21/20

So sorry for your loss and may God’s strength be with you all during this difficult period.

Larry Campbell posted on 12/21/20

My condolences to the entire Biggers family in the loss of your mom, she was always so watm & friendly. She was a great longtime friend of our family i always looked forward to speaking with her when ever i happened by. She & her smile be missed.

Debra and Chuck Rodriguez posted on 12/20/20

Our deepest condolences for Butch and Gail. Praying for you and your family.

Fred Zwald & Debbie Middleton posted on 12/20/20

Sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. She was a constant in difficult times. Carry her memory forward. God Bless.

Shelli Mooty Wagner posted on 12/19/20

I'm so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with ya'll. Shelli Mooty Wagner

Jim and Cindy Kryst posted on 12/19/20

So sorry for your loss. Prayers.

Bill Buckley posted on 12/19/20

"Music enhances the education of our children by helping them to make connections and broadening the depth with which they think and feel." Yo-Yo MaOften times in my life I have reflected on the cherished memories of my time spent with Mr. Adams. Creating beautiful music with my fellow students, traveling to music day camp in Odessa, traveling to long term music camp in Canyon, competing in solo and ensemble competition, the excitement of music festivals across East and South Texas, and of course, dominating the West Texas Choral competition!But there was so much more than that. We shared traveling to area schools for high school musicals, filming high school football games, spelunking in Eastern New Mexico wild caves, watching John Wayne movies at the high school, and of course, selling the World’s Finest Chocolates!Mr. Adams was that guy. That guy who gave so much of himself to young people. That guy who put memories in our hearts, and music in our souls. That teacher we will never forget.We will keep Mr. Adams in our thoughts and in our prayers. Of course, including his family who shared their father and husband so selflessly with the rest of us."What we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others and the world remains and is immortal." Albert Pine P.S. I still believe today, as we all did back then, that Mr. Adams’ middle initial stood for Rehearsal!

Ginger and Larry Mayronne posted on 12/19/20

So sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you and your family.

Linda Davis Stanley posted on 12/18/20

So sorry for the loss of your mom Larry and Gary. She was from an elite fraternity of career women from the era where mom's were strong and committed to their families. Such a blessing to all she cared for in Lake Worth, TX. May she rest in peace.

Sandy Lanier posted on 12/18/20

My most sincere condolences.

Vickie Geer posted on 12/18/20

My loss not to have known Tim. But I know his parents, in particular his mother. Tim must’ve been every bit a Barton his parents and sister were proud of. My prayers and condolences for you all.

Rick Dollahite posted on 12/18/20

Tim was the kind of guy everyone liked he worked with my sister and brother in-law is how we met buddy you will be truly missed by us all RIP my friend

Helen Parker posted on 12/18/20

So sorry to hear about your Mother, Larry and Gary. Please know that your family is in our thoughts.

Louise Kincheloe posted on 12/18/20

Sending my deepest heartfelt condolences to you, dear Gail, and your family! From a tombstone in Ireland, "Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal." Love, Louise

Anna Carey Woodside posted on 12/18/20

Such a large personality! Everyone loved Tim. He never met a stranger. You mean so much to friends and family. Love you, Aunt Kay

Larry L Duncan posted on 12/18/20

Sharon, Larry and Gary your family has been part of my life as far back as I can remember. Your services for my mother and father made loss easier. Loss of Mom leaves a void that is never filled. I can't not be there Saturday but know that you all have been on my mind. There are many happy memories there.

Michael Underwood posted on 12/18/20

I have always thought that Maxine would never "retire" from the funeral industry. She was so devoted to her profession and I see her as a pioneer for women to be in our industry. Way to go Maxine! My thoughts and prayers are with you Larry and Gary and your family.

Roxanna Maddox posted on 12/18/20

As a 27-year-old woman entering the funeral profession in 1985, Maxine was a true inspiration and mentor. Her faithful and all-encompassing commitment to serving the grieving families in the Fort Worth area simply cannot be overstated. Maxine and the Biggers family are truly the most committed and compassionate professionals I have ever known and my personal knowledge of this wonderful family goes back over thirty-five years. Thoughts and prayers to all of the family and friends as her legacy is beyond measure.

Nancy Henderson posted on 12/17/20

Mrs. Biggers was a sweet lady. I met her at the funeral home some years ago. Sending my condolences to the family.

Cindy Evans posted on 12/17/20

I’m so sorry for your loss. I’ll be praying for you and your family.

Sherrie posted on 12/17/20

When his girls were young Bobby had a old dodge truck and one year for Christmas he wrapped lights all over it and everywhere we went people loved it he was so excited about it .Rest In Peace my old friend

Eric Chambless posted on 12/16/20

What a great guy. Enjoyed working with Hank in Reno. He always made me laugh.

Gene Newkirk posted on 12/15/20

GBNF, RIP Brother Carnal, Frogg VNVLV MC Chapter B Texas

Pam (Allen) Bridge posted on 12/15/20

Mr. Adams made choir a very special privilege in which to be a part. We did not understand what we were capable of until he brought it out of each of us individually and as a group. Being in his class was a very special experience and I looked forward to it. Mr. Adams was the finest teacher I ever had. I am positive every student felt the same. Though I was ready to get on with my next adventure upon graduation in 1973 AHS, it wasn’t without a deep sadness to be leaving Mr. Adams class. Mr. Adams taught at Andrews with the Auto-mechanics instructor who became my father in law in 1975, Bill Bridge. We send our deepest condolences to the family of Mr. Adams during your difficult time of loss. Pam and Mike Bridge, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Linda Madison Maday posted on 12/15/20

Mr Adams was a GREAT choir teacher and person. Great memories of him at AHS. Prayers for the family.

Jody Addy posted on 12/14/20

Blessings on your family during this difficult time as you honor a life so well lived.

Margaret Jones posted on 12/14/20

I have wonderful memories of Jane. We were neighbors and childhood friends. RIP.

Andrew Swanson posted on 12/14/20

I had the pleasure of working with David at Lockheed for several years. He was a hard worker and a genuinely nice guy who I greatly respected and enjoyed being around. I was shocked and saddened to hear of his passing. My sincerest condolences to his wife and family. Thank you for your service. Godspeed and rest easy Sir.

Barbara Garriott posted on 12/14/20

You were the best sister in law a person could ask for. Thank you for loving my brother and always showing compassion and kindness to all. You will be missed . R.I.P until we meet again . Enjoy heaven

Andrea Beamon Stephens posted on 12/14/20

We will miss you, Uncle Tommy, even though we weren’t close by to visit. May God bless Carole and Cherie and all the grandchildren, and comfort them during this time. Growing up, my family would drive from North Carolina to Texas to celebrate Christmas. We have missed seeing you over the years. One day soon we will all be together!

Randal Locke posted on 12/14/20

Tom was one of a kind. Neighbor, Teacher and friend. He was always a joy to be around and was a great Choir Teacher. His laughter was great. May God Bless the entire family during this time.

Ginger (Cade) Daniel, Bedford, TX posted on 12/13/20

Please accept my sympathy. I have good memories of being a member of Mr. Adams' choir at Bowie Jr. High in Odessa. From the years mentioned for his time at Bowie it looks as though we were some of his first students so I guess we didn't scare him away from teaching! I often wondered about where he had gone to teach after moving from Odessa. May your family be comforted by years of special memories of your father and grandfather.

Jane Davis posted on 12/13/20

Bill and Janie were our friends at Tower Baptist Church. He played on Tower’s softball team with my husband Lowell Davis. He was a great friend.

Debra Bivens posted on 12/13/20

Rita was a very sweet lady.

Jo Drott posted on 12/13/20

Luann was one of the most selfless people, I have ever known! I will never forget all her love, and kindness in good times, bad times and very sad times! As is said in Proverbs 31, "Her worth is far above rubies!" In loving sympathy,

Mary Jo Walker posted on 12/13/20

Dear Sayers family, we are very sorry for your loss. Prayers for all who mourn his passing.

Becky cain posted on 12/13/20

Sorry to hear about Brice, but I am happy he is not suffering. I remember a special and kind and gentle guy. May he Rest In Peace! Thinking about you DebDeb and the Sayers family. Hugs and prayers. Prayers for his children and grands.

Becky cain posted on 12/13/20

I am so very sorry to hear about Brice. He was a special and very gentle guy. Glad he is not suffering anymore. Love and hugs to all. Prayers

Wendy Scott posted on 12/13/20

Luann was a wonderful example of how Jesus must love us. She was always so kind and passionate about helping others to know the love of Jesus. I will miss her smile.

Kelli (Durbin) Guthrie posted on 12/12/20

Uncle Brice was a beautiful person. I will have a tearful smile every time I hear Charlie Pride. Rest In Peace Uncle Brice. I will miss you

Sandra Fuller posted on 12/12/20

Luann was a true angel here on earth. We were friends at Castleberry and I remember her as being kind and sweet to everyone. Prayers for her family at the difficult time and may God heal your broken hearts. Sandra Fuller

Matt Pate posted on 12/12/20

I worked with David at Lockheed Martin for the last few years and can say he is one of the most genuinely nice people I have had the privilege to work with. Thank you as well to him for his service to our country and prayers for his family during this difficult time. Rest easy and in peace David.

AnnaleeRichardson posted on 12/11/20

We will all miss him .I love you

Pat Miller Hickman posted on 12/11/20

God has taken one of his angels home. LuAnn was a shining light and a wonderful example for everyone who knew her. She will be missed by everyone whose life she touched. Love and prayers for Rick and the entire family

Michael Gonzales posted on 12/11/20

Mike Gonzales SR he and son. Roy where the best neighbors I ever had me and Bill did alot of running around together with his crazy driving and that's a understatement drunk alot of coffee together and I'd have to get his morning paper and put on cartoons for the Apple of his eye Caden miss you grouch ha ha

Sabrina posted on 12/11/20

Loving and caring neighbor and friend. A true believer in gods word and a faithful servant. I am forever greatful for the caring and love you’ve shown to me. Heaven gained a great lady. Till we met again dear friend.

Robbie Jackson posted on 12/11/20

I am so very sorry your loss! I am so very happy I had the opportunity to talk to Tammy from time to time during her journey. I know she will be missed but out of pain now and in the arms of our Lord and Savior.

Clark Buehler posted on 12/11/20

David will be missed greatly! I had the privilege of being his supervisor at Lockheed for about a year. His knowledge and willingness to do whatever it took to complete his job with integrity and quality was a true asset to the team. David and his family’s service to our country and his continued investment into the United States defense program here at Lockheed is and always will be appreciated. It has been an honor, find rest my friend.

Williamson posted on 12/11/20

Gone to soon...

Teresa Wright Felts posted on 12/10/20

I’m so sorry for your loss. Luann was my father’s (Kenneth Wright) cousin.

Gary Travis Trammell posted on 12/10/20

Leck and Becky, so sorry for your loss. Ola Fay, as I always observed, was a wonderful person. I was glad to be around her whenever I saw her. Joining Harry now.

Yvonne Baker posted on 12/9/20

So sorry to hear of Mikes passing. Knowing he’s safe in our creators memory and pain free is a blessing. I know your family will miss their father and grandpa dearly.Sincerely, Steve and Yvonne Baker

Carol Feemster posted on 12/9/20

It was our senior year sitting in study hall, discussing the issues of the times. Mainly the Vietnam war. He was just a young kid, almost 18. He told me then he was enlisting to serve. He said I want my kids to live in freedom, I want to do my part. He became my hero that day and will always be my hero. He had so much love for everyone. He will be missed by all of us.

Jennifer Baisden posted on 12/9/20

I am so sorry for your lose. I do understand how it feels to lose someone you love so much. I’m here if you need to talk,cry or scream. Love ya and prayers for all of you.

Jennifer Baisden posted on 12/9/20

Danny I am so sorry for your loss. I honestly know how it feels. Y’all were always so cute together and always enjoyed being with ya’ll. Love ya! Hugs and Prayers

Allen Doughty posted on 12/9/20

What a great ole friend. We really had some good times. I will not forget.

Linda Cotton Dabney posted on 12/9/20

Many happy memories of Azle elementary and high school days with Jack. He was surely one of the good guys.

Ron Carlile posted on 12/9/20

RIP big little brother. I will never forget you. Love you Ronny

Ricky Morales posted on 12/9/20

My prayers go out to all of Jack’s family. He was a great role model to all of his sons. I am sure you are going to be missed by all. See you in heaven brother in law.

Rhonda Wiley posted on 12/9/20

One of the kindest guys ever! He will be missed. RIP

Tara Randolph posted on 12/9/20

I wanted to be able to do this in person but I don't think I will be able to speak.Tammy was truly one of those women who jot only touched your lives but touched your soul and you knew you could count on time and time again. My first memory with you both intrigued and terrified me. You reminded me what Gemma did to Tara and I will never forget that. You are incredibly strong minded, strong willed and determined. I will never do another Christmas tree without thinking of you & you will have a special tree in our yard for eternity. I love you like you were my own mother and I hate that I can't call you because I'm sad. Rest in peace Tammy. I'll love you forever.

Jake posted on 12/8/20

R.I.P. my friend

Jim and Linda Lathrop posted on 12/8/20

Carol was a good friend. We met in the Rio Dulce of Guatemala. She encouraged us to get our Amateur Radio Licenses. He passing leaves a big hole in our lives.

Gary and Dana Shipp posted on 12/8/20

What a great friend all these years!! I will miss our friendship and that ever smiling face. RIP my friend. Carolyn and family, I am so sorry for your loss. He was an awesome Man! May God bless and heal you! Remember all the good times.

Angela Lowe posted on 12/7/20

Happy 1st Heavenly Birthday, Dad! We love and miss you everyday! ❤️

Jimmy Rushing posted on 12/7/20

Jimmy Rushing

Kathleen DeBacker posted on 12/7/20

Larry and I are very sorry to hear of Carol’s passing. May God comfort all of you.Keeping you close in prayer.Larry & Kathleen DeBacker

Sharon Kirkpatrick posted on 12/7/20

i am so sorry for your loss

Dovie Lewis Thomas posted on 12/7/20

I can remember all the days when we were kids - Uncle Bud & Aunt Pat - you and all your family. Going to the Eagle Drive-In on family night..... Until we meet again my friend...... Love you bunches....

Rita Brown Nickols posted on 12/7/20

Beloved friend all the way from our days at the Rock School. Always one of the good guys. I will mise your bear hugs until we meet again. Love you, Jack.

Thomas Burke posted on 12/6/20

Carol's friend, Carol Marenko and Tom met for lunch. Carol M. stayed with Carol D. for three weeks after her first surgery in 2015

paul hughes posted on 12/5/20

I will always love and cherish my Aunt Sherry. She will be remembered and missed.............

Uncle Bobby & Aunt Neoma Bickers posted on 12/5/20

We feel keenly your loss, nephew Bubby, and that of your extended family. The years and miles apart have caught up with us. We have enjoyed the few times we were able to see you in Texas. My sister, Barbara, was so happy, to have you as a son. We are thankful for the love you and Sherry shared. May Peace and Comfort be years in the coming years. We appreciated very much being able to watch the funeral video in these difficult coronavirus times.

Bayann Shamma posted on 12/5/20

Aunt Sherry's passing came as a great shock to us. Our hearts and prayers are with you and the girls Uncle Roy. We love you and may God grant you strength during this hardship.

Debbie L Carlisle posted on 12/5/20

sherry you are going to be missed by so many was a loving mother grand mother and and a good wife to my brother and a good sister inlaw aways kind to every one love you for that until we meet again rip

Doug. McHam posted on 12/5/20

Rest In Peace Little Sister, Love you, and will miss you and it was fun being your Cousin !

Tim and,Donna Woodyard posted on 12/5/20

Your in our thoughts and prayers. Love you all! God Bless.

Don & Pat Bickers posted on 12/5/20

Our hearts grieve with you, Roy, and your family, at the passing of Sherrry. Even though we cannot be there with you for the funeral, we will try to watch the webcast. Uncle Don & Aunt Pat Bickers

Jorge &Pat Tiliano posted on 12/5/20

Are deepest condolences to ,Roy and the family may the dear lord give y’all strength and comfort in this time of need.

Michael law posted on 12/5/20

Sherry always gave me a since of piece , I always felt welcome felt loved and never judged one of the kindest hearts ..i will never forget her smile and laugh, from the law family we love you uncle Roy ...

Mike Masterson posted on 12/5/20

Jeff and his family were our neighbors for several years in Lakeside when Josh was a rambunctious and happy little boy. Jeff saw me bring in a load of sheetrock for an office I built out back. In his quiet but direct way, he came over to help me with his stilts and tools. He had the ceilings and walls hung, taped and bedded in no time. Wouldn’t take any payment but just shared a few stories, shook my hand and headed back across the street to tinker with his ole El Camino. They were wonderful neighbors and friends. We sure missed them when the moved away. Lot of good memories. His son Josh was a chip off the ole block with a kind heart that was full of adventure and happiness. My family fell in love with Josh and his lively adventures, which gave us hours of enjoyable conversations with Jeff and Connie. Jeff would just beam with pride. A good man has good kids! RIP my friend!

Chris Johnson posted on 12/4/20

Will miss you mom so much

VIRGINIA DAVIS posted on 12/4/20

Carol raced every weekend at the Fort Worth Boat Club and sometimes on Sundays we would go watch. She really enjoyed sailing.

Virginia Davis posted on 12/4/20

Carol loved a party! She enjoyed hanging out with friends, meeting new people, playing games like bocce ball. She REALLY loved playing bocce ball.

Dan and Debbie Menzo posted on 12/4/20

We are very sorry to hear that your sister passed away. May God hurry her to heaven

Dan and Debbie Menzo posted on 12/4/20

Very sorry to hear about your sister passing away. May God hurry her to heaven!

Armand & Charlotte Abric posted on 12/4/20

Roy, Charlotte & I are very sorry for your loss. We are here for you should you need anything.

Tabitha posted on 12/4/20

Love and miss you Shirley

Donna Conyers posted on 12/3/20

Carol was always an exceptional person! We became friends during our “cruising/sail boating “ days. She was so helpful to me when I was working towards my extra level ham radio license while visiting the Rio Dulce in Guatemala. As often happens, we went our separate ways, reconnecting when she had settled in Azle. We began a rich internet friendship and in 2010 I made my way toTexas for a visit. It wasn’t until 2018 that we met in person again when she came to visit me and other friends along her route. The visit was wonderful. That’s why I chose to post the picture of her as we visited the beautiful waterfalls herein SW North Carolina. I will miss her wit, her friendship, and our corresponding. Love you, Carol.

Norma Rainey posted on 12/3/20

Sherry's love was uncontional for those around her and she will be greatly missed.

Norma Rainey posted on 12/3/20

Sherry was one of the sweetest ladies I have ever known. Her love was unconditional for all those around her she will be greatly missed.Our hearts are broken.

Billie Jones posted on 12/3/20

My Heart Breaks for my family,Sherry was always so sweet and kind,I will miss her messages, Love to her Family Praying for you all,Love you Billie Martin Jones

Pat and Sissie Hill posted on 12/3/20

So Sorry for your loss.

Pat and Sissie Hill posted on 12/3/20

We are so sorry for your lose

Jim & Tracy Switzer posted on 12/3/20

Roy - Our hearts are saddened to learn of your loss, please know we are with you. Wishing you peace and comfort during this hard time.

Aline Pennington posted on 12/3/20

Love you mom

Cruz monrroy posted on 12/2/20

A few days ago i was there at your house talking to sherry

Cruz monrroy posted on 12/2/20

Roy i was so shocked to hear of your wife 's. Passing you have lost a very Dear companion and the world has lost an angel .please accept our most heartfelt sympathies and condolences at this painful loss for you and your family .our thoughts and prayers are on your side .may the comfort of God help you to cope during this difficult time. Take care buddy

Linda Carol Jefferson posted on 12/2/20

Roy ( Bubby) I'm so sorry for your loss, Sherry loved you dearly! I know the feeling very well of how much you're going to miss her, hang in there, think of all your good times together to help you through this! Love you..... RIP Sherry!!!

Barbara Garriott posted on 12/2/20

Sherry I will always love you . Go fly high sweet angel

Jennifer Liter posted on 12/2/20

We talk often about our Myrtle Beach trip, it was the best trip we’ve ever taken. Fly high Sherry, thank you for the memories and thank you for loving my uncle Bubby. A loss of this magnitude is devastating for those left behind but the joy you must be singing today in a land that is free of worry and pain is musical. Rejoice in the beauty of Heaven Sherry!!!

LeAna Brown posted on 12/2/20

Sherry was a delight to all of us! Knowing her through First Baptist Church of Lake Worth was awesome; she was always game for going out to lunch after church. We enjoyed her company so much and she had great stories of growing up. We've missed her so much these past nine months while we could not go visit her and enjoy her infectious laugh! My prayers of comfort and peace and wonderful memories are with all of her family.

Jackie Parsons posted on 12/2/20

To my life long friend, you will be missed.

John Jefferies posted on 12/2/20

I just found this. My brother and I were thinking of Harry recently and I did a search. He and my Dad, Tommy Gene Jefferies, were best friends for most of my life. Last time i saw Harry was just after Daddy died in 1992. Super great man. He always made me feel like he was my greatest fan. I worked several Bowling Alley jobs with Harry and did lots of road time with him. It may be too late for any of the family to see this, but I'd love to reconnect.

Kevin M Smith posted on 12/2/20

Mom it still doesn’t seem real! I am sorry it has taken so long to write this, But I know as we had talked, laughed, cried, worried and just plain got thru it all you are in such better place. Thank you for coming to me in my dreams a few days ago. It was just like you were standing in my door, you were so happy as I said what are you doing up out of bed, to which you replied I have my legs back and I am going to run and run all the days. Oh at the happy tears that brings me knowing that God has restored the legs and life back in your spirit. I miss you but I am glad you are happy. Watch over us all and I can’t wait to see you and dad and all the family up there one day till then I LOVE YOU

Kevin M Smith posted on 12/2/20

Mary Ellen Smith. “ MOM”

Ronnie Roberts posted on 12/1/20

Prayers for the entire family.

Mark Harris posted on 11/25/20

Going to miss you brother. Hope your cotton tailing people in the arena in heaven even tho you don’t have Roy to hide behind. See you on the other side.

Deborah Brown posted on 11/25/20

Rest in Peace, Little Buddy! Will always remember your smile and all the great times at Houston.

Rick Gambino posted on 11/25/20

Buddy you had to be my best friend. The time we lived together was 15 +years. We had some great times. A lot I can't talk about lol. Working the Houston Rodeo together. You have touched my heart in so many ways. I will miss you! Until we meet again look over me. Love you my brother.

Marcy Kessel Kmiec posted on 11/25/20

Rest In Peace Buddy. You were a life long friend, the memories we had will never die. Until we meet again...

Leasa Klastow posted on 11/25/20

May you rest your soul Buddy....peace be to you.Love Leasa

Mary Jo Chapman Walker posted on 11/25/20

Mrs. Reed was a kind and gracious lady. My life changed for the better one spring day in 1972 when she and Mrs. Sayers decided Terri and Deanna should be my friends. I will always be grateful for that.Ruby Reed was a wonderful example of grace, faith and love.

Petty Officer Loyd posted on 11/25/20

I was actually working with Mr. Glass on joining the United States Navy as his Recruiter. We immediately bonded well as we were both Brewer High School alumni and I grew up only a few streets away from his before I left for the navy.I was truly very saddened by the news as I was excited to place such a respectful, straight shooting and hard working young man into the Navy as I was sure he would do great things with the tools of service.I am saddened I never got the chance to finish his desire to serve his country as all of us very much enjoyed when Elias would come by as he would always produce exactly as asked as best he could. My deep condolences to his family he was really an impressive young man with a bright future. I hope you find peace in time, and that his memory lives on through the years.

William & Patricia Boeshaar posted on 11/24/20

Our hearts grieve with yours. Miss those days at Cannon.

Rhonda Nienhaus posted on 11/24/20

I was a caregiver for Ruby at Heartis. She was a beautiful lady inside and out. She was very kind and friendly to everyone. I use to call her Ruby Lou, and she would get the biggest smile. I love you Ruby Lou, rest is peace beautiful one. Until we meet again.

Gerta Mema posted on 11/24/20

I will never be able to put into words how much I love you and how much I am going to miss you. May God grant you to the highest level of haven!

STEPHEN Hoover ZENDT posted on 11/23/20

At Thanksgiving time, during this most unusual and trying year, my thoughts turn to my Mother, who lived to be 106 years of age, and passed on in June of 2020. She was a very generous and loving parent, a fine teacher, and a superb helper and companion for my late father. In her later years, she was carefully kept in watch care by my sister Virginia Abendschan. When I give thanks this Thanksgiving Day, I will be especially thinking of my Mother, but also of my sister, whose life was dedicated for years to our mother's welfare.

Amber Nae Nae posted on 11/23/20

Grandmommy I love and miss you so much idk what we are going to do this Thanksgiving without you Papa Or Mikey it is really really hard I wish I could just walk into your room sit on the side or your bed and make a list with you for everything that we need and how to make it Grandmommy you are so loved and so so so missed I love you with all my heart and I just want you back but that is selfish of me because you are in the most amazing place ever with Jesus And all your loved ones I just miss you so much

Rachal Fondren posted on 11/23/20

Josh,I only met you a handful of times,but our little girls had so much fun playing together and riding their bicycles at Brian's house. You had only met my little girl that day,but when you and Ms.Brooklyn came back from y'all's shopping trip,you had gotten a little gift for my baby. I didn't get the chance to know you very well,but I'll definitely never forget you, neither will Danielle. Rest Easy & watch over us all!! I'll be praying for ur peace,and ur families as well!! "Just Joshing" has forever been changed!!⭐

Kevin Keller posted on 11/22/20

Love my Grandpa And Am Comforted To Know He's With Grandma Now. Rest In Peace.

Frank Pope posted on 11/21/20

In honor of my brother, may he find peace and tranquility. I will love you always.

Linda Aultman posted on 11/21/20

My heart is so heavy with your loss. Though small in stature, George Chapa was a giant spirit. I have only known him at a distance, through Carmen’s stories and pictures, for 12 years. Every picture shows eyes filled with love and laughter. I have realized I knew him so well because he and my Daddy were so much alike. Because of that, I know the emptiness you are feeling today. I don’t have words that will bring comfort to your broken hearts but I can be around in the weeks and months ahead to laugh and cry with you when you share memories.I love you, Carmen, and your wonderful family.

Jon Blake posted on 11/21/20

I'm sorry to hear of Jeff's passing. We worked together at Integrated Interiors. Jeff was smart and a hard worker and got along with everyone.

Ray Brown posted on 11/19/20

I’ll never forget the time I spent at the lake and Dick ferrying is back and forth in his “dingy”. He and Edna were both such lovely people. What heartwarming memories, RIP Sir

Jerome Albritton posted on 11/19/20

Hank, It was a pleasure to have worked with you. My prayers go out to your family, and I look forward to your celebration of life on Saturday Nov. 21st, 2020. This career takes its toll on those who continue to answer the calls for service. Hank Pope is 10-7 now! Thanks for answering your radio when called, and your years of service to the community! Rest in Peace my Brother in Blue!!!

Dora Escobar posted on 11/19/20

Rest In Peace Chief Pope. One of the best Chief's Tarrant County has ever had.

Melissa McNair posted on 11/18/20

Many smiles, laughter and tears. Till me meet again sweet friend. ❤

Linda Parr posted on 11/18/20

Our hearts are broken following the loss of our precious niece/cousin. Kelley touched our lives in such a special way, with her beautiful smile and electric personality! We are praying that God will grant all of you peace and comfort in the difficult days aheadWe love all of you,Win and Linda , Michele and Family, and Michael and Family

Kellie Smith posted on 11/18/20

Hank loved his family so much! He loved the Lord. Respected, honorable, & had a sense of humor. He will be missed! Hugs, Love, & Prayers to all of you!

Jerry Carroll posted on 11/18/20

Rest in peace Hank.

Jay Six posted on 11/17/20

Hank moved quietly and confidently through the world. He was respected and appreciated by many.

Gary Wilson posted on 11/17/20

My sincere condolences on hearing that Roger had passed away. He and I passed many an evening when together sharing a beverage of choice, our love of country and our times in SE Asia. We considered one another "friends and brothers" and I will remember that sentiment as I think about him. As a veteran and a Christian I know that we shall see one another again, as brothers, at some point in the future. May he rest in peace and in the arms of the Lord.

Lulu Malone Martin posted on 11/17/20

I only lived in San Angelo my 3 years in high school yet he was an unforgettable person. Much love and warmth to his family.

Joe Lasater posted on 11/17/20

Rest In Peace Hank.

Mario Cruz posted on 11/17/20

I forgot Ramon and Ramona, our twins and Rebecca Chapa, George 's sist.

Mario posted on 11/17/20

George was a neighborhood child friend when we were children in San Angelo, Texas. His mom and my mom had babies that we're about the same age. My sister Concha and Helen Chapa, David and EdithChapa, Mary and AliceChapa, Mario and John, Richad and George Chapa. We were only two busy and happy homes apart in West Ave. M. Played softball, road bikes, football, flew kites, boxed, jacks, on the street as one watch out for cars. Love the Chapa Family as brothers and sisters.None of us went to prison or jail. All of us were successful.

Mike C Henson posted on 11/17/20

Don, thank you for sharing Sheryl's life with us. She was a very special persion and inspiriation to us all. Your memorial service for her was beautiful. We pray for your family's peace and comfort.

Robert Wetherall posted on 11/17/20

To Harry Miller's family, Harry contributed significantly to many programs at General Dynamics and at Lockheed Martin, and I worked with Harry primarily on F-22 EMD. He was a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from Drexel University, considered the premier school to specialize in structural design using composite materials. He was a brilliant and practical structural materials design engineer, and we could always count on Harry to chart a straight path in way of materials recommendations and design ideas. And he was a really funny guy! We will definitely miss Harry, and we pray for him and his family at this most difficult time. I would be honored to a part of a later memorial service for Harry.

Gena Simpson posted on 11/17/20

My deepest condolences to all of the family of one of the kindest humans I have ever met. Her generosity will live forever in so many people. Kelley was the first person to befriend me when we moved to Azle . I could always trust she would be there for anything we needed. She will not be forgotten. She has touched many lives that will forever be changed.

Lynn and Terri Taylor posted on 11/17/20

What a legacy of love he leaves behind.. it will reach far into the future and we will all be better for it...

Carlos Grimaldi posted on 11/17/20

Roger was a mentor a friend and a great man and to all his love ones please accept my condolences and be aware that in spite that we don’t see each other’s I always keep Roger in my mind as a good man and great friend so let us all hope that one day we’ll be with him

Larry and Diane Reed posted on 11/16/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with you. God bless you

Ronda Hatton posted on 11/16/20

Sometimes you only have to know the daughter to know without a doubt she had a truly great man for a father. I am so very sorry for your incalcuable loss, Carmen and family.

Wanda Britton McBee posted on 11/16/20

I remember so well the love that brought this precious one into the world.

Roneice Parish posted on 11/16/20

You were such a beautiful and sweet soul. Many, many awesome memories!!!

Kenneth P Cox posted on 11/16/20

Going to miss you Mike... it is a great memory to have confirmed your masons degrees... happy to have seen you and Nyla at my daughter's wedding. Im sorry this is late... praying for your family. Rest in peace my brother.

Cindy Newton Shaw posted on 11/16/20

Harold was always so thoughtful and considerate. He was a family man and he had a great sense of humor. He wanted to stay in touch with family and did a great job of it! Harold you will be missed by all because you are family to all of us!!! You are having the time of your life now!!!!

Nick Martin posted on 11/16/20

Don and family,Shery was a very special person. Her brilliance, kindness, poise and character were an example to us all. She faced a lot of personal adversity yet excelled in whatever she set her mind too. She was one of the smartest engineers, people for that matter, that I have ever met. I am a better person having worked with and gotten to know Sheryl during her time at General Dynamics/Lockheed Martin Fort Worth.I hope and pray that God will give you peace in knowing she is no longer suffering and now in a better place.

Janet Parker posted on 11/15/20

I had the privilege of listening to him in northern Maine many years ago. God bless his family.

Lindsey posted on 11/15/20

My cousin Harold has passed.Today has been a day of memories. Harold has always been one of my favorite relatives and for good reason. He was always kind and funny, had a good sense of humor and held the values of family at a very high level. I know he loved Karyn and she was one of the best things that happened into his life. I will miss him, and, will regret that we never played a round of golf together. With God's speed, dear Harold.

Rachelle Hunt posted on 11/15/20

I’m very sad to learn of Brother Adkisson’s passing. Though I know he is with our Lord now I know this void leaves a very deep pain for his family. Lanee, I am so sorry you’ve lost your daddy. He was a good man. My heart breaks for your mom. My prayers are with you all.

Scott Klinger posted on 11/15/20

Big John sang at Brookfield Assembly of God in Wisconsin in 1975 where I first heard him. His ministry touched me and I think of him often. Save a place for me, Big John!

Billy Berna Allen posted on 11/15/20

Harold was a fun Nephew to an older Uncle back in the old days in Bangs TX.

Barbara and Gary Hudson posted on 11/15/20

A truly good man; rock solid, thoughtful, concerned about others, proud of all his family, and a friend to us all. He will always be missed; gone but not forgotten. He left an example and a legacy for us all to follow.

Dee Stollman posted on 11/15/20

Roger- I am very sorry for your loss. Your Dad lives on in your memory and the legacy he left as witnessed daily in the person you are. My sincere sorrow during this difficult time. Prayers to you, Pam, and all your family

Debbie Pearson posted on 11/14/20

Mahaley and all the family.....I am just so shocked and saddened by her death. I know it leaves a huge whole in your family, as it does in our DRT chapter. Though we did not know her long, she made a last impression and we will long remember her as well as miss her. The service was beautiful. Much love, Debbie

Melody Muennink posted on 11/14/20

The best Big Brother anyone could ask for!

Mildred Moore posted on 11/14/20

My dear Adkisson family, Please know that Larry touched many lives and he taught me what a Christian life is. One of my favorite things was to hear Larry's beautiful singing. All of my memories of this precious man will be treasured forever until we meet again. Many prayers for each of you. Love to all, Mildred Chapman Moore

Sherylyn Klair posted on 11/13/20

I was one of Elias' teachers at BHS. He was always respectful, made me smile and laugh, and had a wonderful positive energy. Elias was also quite popular - he was loved by many and will live on in our memories and hearts.

Raleigh & Susan Campbell posted on 11/13/20

Dear Addison family, we are in quarantine after being closely exposed to COVID and will be unable to attend Larry's service. However, our thoughts and prayers have been with you since we heard the news of his promotion to his Lord and Savior's presence. When we began our ministry in 1976, Larry was the first to invest in me and encourage me. Through the years, as we both entered different fields of ministry, he always offered encouragement and genuine interest in us and our family. His smile was genuine, his laugh was contagious, his heart was as big as God's kingdom. We look forward to the glorious reunion we will have one day. Our prayers continue for you in the days ahead.

Kelly Kalfuntzos posted on 11/13/20

Susanne, I am truly sorry that you are going through this. I love you both. I am sick an cannot attend but if you need anything don't hesitate to call. Dede has my number . ,Kosta is in Greece but sends his love and condolences .

Bruce Martin posted on 11/13/20

I never had the privilege to serve in my country's armed forces, but I have had the greater privilege to serve my Savior in His forces. Larry and I fought side by side in many spiritual battles and developed that same camaraderie of all soldiers. We were a part of that “Band of Brothers”. In the Lord’s Army there are no casualties, just promotions. My brother has been given the well-deserved ultimate promotion.

Natasja posted on 11/13/20

Our deepest condolences to his Family. Uncle Larry was such an inspiration to many. I had the priveledge of knowing him when they came to South Africa and in 2007 of visiting them in Texas. He made my visit there very special and bought South African "boerewors" chocolates and cold drinks for me to enjoy with them. He will be dearly missed by many. My thoughts and prayers are with the family during this difficult time.

Charles posted on 11/13/20

Uncle Larry was the most righteous, God fearing religious leader I have ever had the privilage of knowing. He said what he believed and lived by example.Many of the values and moral code i try to live by as an adult, father and leader, were instilled by Larry.You were a great example of being a leader and father. Our world needs more men like Larry, especially now.You will be missed uncle Larry.

Amy Bagby posted on 11/12/20

Larry was such a blessing! To know his was to love him. He had so much compassion and his passion for Jesus was evident in all he did. As a little girl I remember watching him lead the choir. I loved to sing those songs with my mom on the way home after Choir rehearsal. He got everyone singing their hearts out. I’m grateful to have been a part of his family and that he was a part of my life. Sending much love to all the family.

Travis Russell posted on 11/12/20

Sorry to hear of your loss

Randy and Christy Summerhill posted on 11/12/20

Elias was a great kid and I remember his smile when we were at BMS together. We joked around a lot and had fun teasing each other. Christy and I are praying for your family. Take care and lean on each other.

Barbara Hogle posted on 11/12/20

We will forever miss Elias and his beautiful smile. He spent a lot of time at our house with Carlos, our grandson, since they were little. The two of them were the best of friends. We last saw Elias at Carlos and Stella's Wedding. He looked so happy, he took the time to come over and talk to my other grandson Morgan. Your little escapades with Carlos will not be forgotten. Condolences to his family.

VANESSA HERNANDEZ posted on 11/12/20

We will forever miss Elias at our house. Our hearts will forever be a little heavier. Our deepest condolences to his family. #LLE #615

Mike and Pat Keeton posted on 11/12/20

We are deeply sorry to hear about the passing of Elias. Words fall short of expressing our sadness. We will continue to keep you all in our prayers.

Linda Taylor posted on 11/12/20

Wanda was my "sister of the heart". i will cherish all the memories and miss our times together. Love her always.

Barbara Cordova - Sister posted on 11/12/20

I am so sadden for the loss of my sister and best friend. She was awesome. Fun, caring and loved by all who knew her.

Ralph & Dee Hart posted on 11/11/20

We're finding it hard to think of Wanda being gone. However, we're so thankful for fellowship and friendship with her for 12 years. May your fond memories bring comfort at this time.

Pamela Codignoni posted on 11/11/20

I am so sorry for your loss, Steve! I loved meeting Dee Dee at AFD. She was a lovely lady with a beautiful smile. May God bring your family peace. PJ

Corki Tawney Thorstein posted on 11/11/20

So sorry to hear of your lost. Sending prayers an love to the family.

Corki Tawney Thorstein posted on 11/11/20

Roger, Glen, and.Mike.getting caught inside of the new Reeths Puffer school while it was under construction and the police bring them back to Aunt Honey's house while we were visiting. Sending our prayers and love.

John and Sandy Torok posted on 11/10/20

I'd only met your sweet wife twice. She had a welcoming spirit and I felt at home to talk with her. So sorry for your loss Steve.

Cassandra S Russell posted on 11/10/20

Great working with you in Automation, so many years ago. Suzanne, so sorry for your loss. I will continue to keep you in my prayers. God bless you!

Mark Christy posted on 11/10/20

Steve, I heard about Deanna’s passing and want to express my deep sorrow for your loss. I read the memory of Deanna and wow what a sweet, sharing and loving person. She was too young but if I could take a peaceful nap before going to the lord just sign me up. May god continue to bless you and your family.

Lori Harvey posted on 11/10/20

In the beginning of my postal career, I became the ‘Arlington Girl’. Your literal work horse of a runner, collecting Arlington mail for dispatch to stations for DPS processing. That was a LONG time ago. I was an eager new employee, who didn’t know enough that you should of been ‘helping’ me! Such a delegator and prankster but a friendship was formed and I never held it against you. We sure have a ton of memories and laughs. If there’s such a thing as a Chicken Fried Steak Connoisseur, you captured that title, for sure. I even had a birthday cake made to look like a CFS with mashed taters but couldn’t find a picture of it. I’ll miss chattering about TCU, your wit, and perspective. Suzanne and your kids are in my thoughts and prayers. You’ll forever hold a place in my heart.

Mike and Debra Tow posted on 11/9/20

Steve, I am sorry that I haven’t stayed closer. Stephanie Dawdy told me about Deanna. I am very sorry for your loss. You are in our Love and Prayers. Hope to see you soon. Friends always, Mike and Debra

deborah kay posted on 11/9/20

Suzzane I am so sorry for your loss. Please know that my heart hugs and prayers are with you and your family. And I am always, always a phone call away. Much love and hugs.Deborah Kay

Tony Foote posted on 11/9/20

RIP Uncle Jesse. Lots of great memories growing up with you in my life. Never good buy, just a see you later!

Alexander J. Cleger posted on 11/9/20

Just want to say that this man touched my heart. I met Jesse back in 1998 after being assigned as one of the Supervisors in the Automation section of the Jack D. Watson Postal & Distribution Center. Jesse was very helpful and very friendly. We hit it off! We became more than work associates, close friends! We were both Proud Veterans and had a lot in common. Jesse was a very giving man. We shared much laughter at work. He was part of my postal family. I hated to see him retire back in 2013. He made work a fun place to be at. Jesse was such a people person, organizing all types of events such as diners, parties, football game tailgates and such. He will be missed. I just want to say thank you Jesse for all of the laughter throughout the years. You know that you have made a difference in life by touching the hearts of others. God bless you my friend. Until we meet again!

Dorma Haines posted on 11/9/20

Prayers are with you all!

Shena Watts posted on 11/9/20

I knew you through dear Suzie and Karen. Sadly I only met you once, but I remember how kind, calm and gentle you were and wish I could have got to know you better. I know you were much loved and that's a wonderful way to be remembered xx

Suzi Self posted on 11/9/20

I lived across the street from the Martinez’s. Jesse and I had been friends since we were about 5. He was my first playmate, my protector, my first friend, and family!

Bert and Shannon Martin posted on 11/9/20

Our hearts are heavy with grief. We are praying for the immediate family to have God's peace as they walk through this place. We are so sorry for the loss you are all suffering. Deanna always wore a smile on her sweet face, and never slowed down! I remember meeting Deanna at Nana's trailer in Buchannan. I was in an uncomfortable place in my faith, we got to talking and she told me that God was bigger than any of my doubts and that I needed only to remain faithful. The blessing that she gave me that day so very very many years ago led me to a deeper faith. She is one of a kind love. In Christ and in His love,we love ya'll, Bert and Shannon Martin

Virginia Fisler posted on 11/9/20

jesse ..you were a great friend and co-worker . Rest in peace

Dede Martinez posted on 11/9/20

Dad I will watch Judge Judy for you so come and sit with me a few times, alright. Love you to the stars and back...

Janice and Don Martin posted on 11/9/20

Our Deepest Sympathy to the Ross and Reagan families. Deanna was a joy to know. She will certainly be missed by all she touched with her style, grace, and ease showed to others. We cherish what time we had with her and her family. We will miss her. God bless you and keep you.

Sandra Skinner posted on 11/9/20

So very sorry for your loss. Praying for peace and comfort for your family.

Jim Berry & Family posted on 11/8/20

We’re so sorry for your loss. Know our prayers are with you.

Barry and Carole Moore posted on 11/8/20

We are so very sorry to hear about Deanna. She was a bright and shining star to us and she will be sorely missed. If all of us could have a little bit of Deanna in us, the world would be a much better place. Peace, prayers and love to all of the family.

Walt and Magali Kelley posted on 11/8/20

Magali and I are very sorry for you loss. The Ross family will be in our prayers and our hearts. Deanna is a wonderful person with a loving soul and will be missed by all. God Bless you.

David & Ann Ziehe posted on 11/8/20

Having had the opportunity to work alongside Sheryl on a project at Lockheed Martin, the engineer of our family came to know her as the dedicated, conscientious team player that she was. Little did he realize that this outstanding engineer would one day become our dear neighbor and friend. From early on, when she and Don moved into the house across the street from ours, Sheryl was always ready with a wave and a smile, and willing to spend time in front yard conversations, catching up briefly with each other's lives. Sheryl, Don, and later Sheryl's dad, Bob, have always been warm and neighborly, simple, but important qualities in times when people can live so near to one another, and not really get acquainted. We always knew we could count on Sheryl and Don to keep an eye on our house when we went out of town, and we tried to return the favor. Newspaper left out too long? It would be picked up and placed on the front porch. As written in the obituary tribute, Sheryl was remarkable in her kindness, sincerity, and caring for all those around her. To those qualities, add a beautiful humility, which became truly clear when we read of all her amazing achievements, skills, and interests, of which we knew very little, even having known her for many years. Sheryl had a tremendously giving spirit. We had not been neighbors very long when she came over at Christmastime with a gift for us, a fresh bay leaf door wreath, the first of several gifted to us in succeeding years. Her own mother had given bay leaf wreaths to neighbors at Christmas, and Sheryl was continuing that lovely tradition. Later, mutual donations to charities important to each other became the Christmas tradition. We were delighted to receive hand-knitted toboggan caps as gifts from her, and hear of the many she made for hospitalized infants, as well as for other friends.We have been blessed to have Sheryl, Don and Bob as our neighbors and friends, and we will always miss dear Sheryl.

April Cottrell posted on 11/8/20

I am truly sorry for your loss, prayers and strength to the family.

Susan (Susie) Stone posted on 11/8/20

Niki, I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Rest in Peace, Ms. Deanna, and may you be in God's loving care.

Dan, Tonya, Ellie, and Ainsley Trantham posted on 11/7/20

Deanna and Steve have been my brother and sister-in-law’s neighbors for several years. We would see her often at family events as they had become an extension of the family. She was always so wonderful to see again. Picked up any conversation as if we were old friends. It helped that she understood and endured our large family dynamic. We’re sure her loss will be huge to so many; but it certainly will be to the Trantham’s.

Kris White posted on 11/7/20

Deanna was a wonderful aunt. She had the best laugh and was such an inspiring and creative person. She had such a loving and kind heart. We will continue to treasure her memory and thank the Lord He blessed us with her.

Jeff and Sandra Young and Family posted on 11/7/20

Steve, Matt and Nikki~ Sending prayers ... Deanna had a contagious smile and a sweet soul!! Thinking of you all!!

Jim and Sylvia Parrish posted on 11/7/20

Thoughts and prayers to Deanna’s wonderful family.

Sharon G Massey posted on 11/7/20

You will never be forgotten. You brought so much joy to our church. You will definitely be missed at next year's Chili Cook-off. ❤

Cheree Bontrager posted on 11/7/20

Thoughts and prayers are with all of you. I am so sorry for your loss.

Frank and Judy Owen posted on 11/7/20

DeAnna was a very sweet, kind,and thoughtful lady, always doing for others. Our love and prayers to Steve, Nikki, Matt, Ann, and Darwin. We shall miss her!

Koretta L. Ingram posted on 11/6/20

Bro.Larry i was shocked and in disbelief when i heard of your passing.But you have finely made it to the other side.You have made it to the Pearly Gates of Heaven.Hope you meet my Mom i know Shes around there somewhere.Now go Rest High On That Mountain.GLO will miss you until we meet again Bro. R.I.P.

Bonnie Sue Blair for Nick Vaughan, Ar. posted on 11/5/20

Uncle Larry & Aunt Bonnie came to see us in Ar. I was a little kid and bragging about not being afraid of a bear. I thought I was really tough. When we went to bed, Uncle Larry went outside, by my bedroom window & scratched on the window screen and growling. It scared me to death. I grabbed my blanket and yelled for mom and Dad. He really scared me some kind a big. I love you Uncle Larry. Rest in peace.

Gina and Mark Adams posted on 11/5/20

We love you and miss you Brother Larry. You always made us feel welcome and part of The GLO family. You finally made it up to the Heavenly choir...Mark says He Hope's they don't make you play in B flat.

Sandra & Don Spraggins posted on 11/5/20

You were one loved Brother and we will miss you terribly. Thank you for loving and taking care of our Sister. Until we meet again, We love you and the beautiful family you left behind! Thank you God for Larry Blair! Sandra & Don

Bobbie Blair Paul posted on 11/5/20

Brother, I love you and miss you and you will always be with me and be a part of me. And when we are both home with the Lord I will see you again.

Shirley Blair Hopkins posted on 11/5/20

Larry I am so glad we got to talk a little bit your last few days here. I will miss you very much, but I know I will see you again someday. I am glad you are not suffering any more. I already miss you and the music you played. I will always love you brother.

Rita Paul Hollingsworth posted on 11/5/20

Uncle Larry we will miss you. You were and are loved by your family. I know you are with Jesus. What a wonderful time you are having now with our Lord.

Bonnie Sue Glosson Blair posted on 11/4/20

My beloved husband, Larry, you were a loving Christian man that I will miss so much. But one day we will meet again in a greater place. I hate that you had to leave but I would not want you to come back to suffer. I love you but I guess God wanted you more. So until we meet again in heaven remember we all love you and miss you. I'll meet you by the Chrystal Sea under one of God's beautiful trees and hope that God will loan us a fishing pole. Be happy. Your loving wife, Bonnie, and kids, grand and great. Go find God's heavenly choir and do what you enjoy, playing music for your heavenly Father.

James R. Alexander posted on 11/4/20

John, I was so sorry to hear of your mothers passing. Please know that I will keep you and Cheryl in my prayers during this difficult time.

Dean Fernsler posted on 11/4/20

Harry sent some old photos to me just a few weeks ago. They were from his days in Campbelltown when he and his mother Vivian (my Mother’s sister) were living with Simon and Salome Bachman. Harry and I had a great relationship even though I was a few years older. We visited Aunt Vivian and Harry many times after they moved to a small house in Myerstown. Harry’s wit was dry, his mood positive, and we knew early on that he was more intelligent than he let on. We became distanced by times and circumstances but when we saw one another just a few years ago, it was as though nothing changed. Our heartfelt sympathies to the entire family for this sad and unexpected event. Harry was, in every way a good man who raised an exceptional family. Please know our thoughts are with you. Dean and Barbara Fernsler

Katie Denson posted on 11/4/20

Uncle Larry you will forever be missed. I’ll cherish all the memories that we had together. Love you so much!

Angie Brown DeVries posted on 11/4/20

Uncle Larry, you will be greatly missed. Praying for peace for you Bonnie, Terri, and Dewayne. Love y’all.

Neva Cunningham and family posted on 11/3/20

Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family! Hope it helps to know other care.

Randy Davis posted on 11/2/20

Harry was a mentor, colleague and supervisor at L-M. I valued his advice and especially his sense of right and wrong. The world is a poorer place without Harry in it. I would make every effort to attend a memorial service.

Tiffany Aller posted on 11/2/20

Dear Carol and your beautiful family, on this your birthday that must be so very bittersweet, I delighted in reading this wonderful obituary that brought me to know Harry just a little better after knowing him only just a bit from church. What an awesome and awesomely complex man you had the blessing to share for so many years. I hold all of your family in my heart and prayers at his passing. Much love and many condolences to you all.

Mary Cedio posted on 11/2/20

I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you.

Cindy Thomas posted on 11/2/20

Sorry for your loss and heavy heart. Our prayers are with you and the girls.

Chastity Hicks posted on 11/2/20

Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart

Chastity Hicks posted on 11/2/20

To John and rest of the Family , Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart

Winn Merghart posted on 11/2/20

To John and the rest of the family, please accept our deepest condolences with the loss of your Mother, may God bring you Peace at this time, God Bless!

Gary Albert posted on 11/2/20

I have fond memories of seeing Harry every Christmas at the Millers family get together. I remember his dry and sneaky sense of humor. Rest In Peace cousin

Olga Baldazo posted on 11/1/20

Our deepest condolences to his family from our South Border Bridge DI family.

Marie Jackson posted on 11/1/20

This from Marie, Don Jackson's wife. I only met Harry 2 or three times, but I knew him well! Don and he were cubicle neighbors, and partners on lots of those engineering projects, working together to invent that graphite epoxy resin that now coats the exteriors three or four of those airplanes you mentioned. Don was his traveling partner, also. Don was with him at Heathrow Airport, that day when he fell and reinjured his knee. Britain's socialized medicine left Harry, knee twisted under him, on the floor where he fell for two hours, until they discovered he was American, and they could charge his American insurance company to treat him. Then Harry got royal treatment! They did an AWFUL surgery on his knee which had to be undone by surgeons at home. Harry was a good and decent man, brilliant. Loving his girls, all five. I have many happy memories of him..Love you for being friend and partner to my Don!

Marty Allen posted on 11/1/20

Harry was one in a million. He could make me laugh so hard, I had to hold my cheeks From hurting so much while laughing. He will be missed.

Laura Yakupzack Fletcher posted on 11/1/20

Harry was a curmudgeon's curmudgeon with a desert dry wit, and he so obviously loved my amigo Carol and their daughters. I would be honored to attend his memorial.

Rebecca Ybanez (Drain) posted on 10/31/20

Mary you were one of the greatest aunt's anyone could ask for and the light of the family. Always happy ,fun, and loved playing with the kids all the time. You made sure there was always grapes for April and ice cream for Anthony when we'd go to visit, even if she had to send Curtis out to the store to get it. You will be missed dearly.We love you ❤

Vicky Cason posted on 10/31/20

My most sincere love and condolences to the Seeley family. I had the honor and privilege of working with Ralph for several years and to witness firsthand the intense love and passion he had for God, his family and the communities he served. He was one of the most caring and compassionate people I know. I have spent so much time this past week remembering all the kindnesses he showed to me and his co-workers, remembering him with tears in his eyes, his voice quavering as he told his staff to take time to remember that we first served students and to encourage us to go out to the campuses when we needed a reminder of what was most important. I loved his witty sense of humor and the twinkle in his eye when he had something to share about his family or time spent square dancing with Pam and his closest friends. He was a mentor and a wonderful friend and I loved him like a brother.

Joyce Drain Stovall posted on 10/31/20

You are all in my heart, thoughts and prayers. Mary this World was better with you in it.

Pam Drain Landes posted on 10/29/20

I am blessed to have had you as a cousin, many good memories at Uncle Archie and Aunt Johnnie's. I am so very very blessed that I got to spend the bigger part of a day with you right before COVID hit. You are such a loving person, sister, mother, cousin and friend and a wonderful Christian woman. Now you are healed and walking on those new knees! God speed my wonderful cousin you will be missed by so many. Love you dearly till I see you again much love!

Brandon Shuey posted on 10/29/20

26 years we spent together and we almost never had a fight or bad moment. I learned so much wisdom and cleaning tricks from you, also I learned what it means to fight. You kept your faith first and made sure to tell us grandkids how important that was. I will carry so many amazing memories full of love and fun. I will remember in all the times of struggle to look to god and know I am taken care of. You are free to walk with those beautiful new knees with all of our loved ones up in paradise. Thank you for being everything that represents strength and love for me. I can't hear you or see you but you will always be here. Rest and play now. ❤

Myra Oliver posted on 10/29/20

Sending lots of love and prayers for the family.

Eric Drain posted on 10/29/20

To one of the best mother's that a boy could ever have, I say to you, rest in peace and no more pain. I am heartbroken , but know that you are now in a better place. I will always cherish our talks, laughs, and just plain ol' good times. The garage sales, newspapers in the garage in the middle of the night, and last fried chicken. I am so happy to have had all the years we got to spend together, I wouldn't trade it for the world. You were always supportive of me, when other just couldn't see the difference. True friendship it was, to the end. I love you ❤️, and will miss you so. Enjoy your time with Pop, and your wings of love!

Kora Ramirez posted on 10/28/20

I was friends with Tori in middle school. I still think of her from time to time. It's truly sad to know she was taken so young.

Bob and Judy Rogers posted on 10/28/20

Pam, we are so sorry to hear of Ralph’s passing. We are remembering you and your family in our prayers.

Martha Maurer posted on 10/27/20

R.I.P. mY PRAYERS FOR YOUR FAMILY

Terry and Bonnie johnson posted on 10/27/20

Terry and I met the Seekey family shortly after we moved to Coppell in 1984. Our families instantly bonded and we made so many wonderful memories with vacations, camping, playing unlimited card games and just being together. Ralph was an amazing Christian man and will be deeply missed. We send our love and prayers to Pam, Jim and Steven!

Fred Garrison Volunteer at the Center posted on 10/27/20

I was so sorry to hear about your loss. Pam I just want you and the family to know that I send my sincere sympathy to you and your family and friends and that my thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this time of your loss. GOD BLESS YOU ALL.

Artie Adair posted on 10/27/20

Our prayers are with our Vietnam brother Ralph's family and love ones, Ralph was our Vietnam brother of the 65th Combat Engineers, 25th Inf. Div. We have a saying, Ralph left Vietnam but Vietnam never left Ralph. It was a honor to have served with a warrior like Ralph. I'm sure God gave Ralph a big Welcome Home Son.Until we meet again my brother Ralph.Welcome Home.Brother Artie.

Ed & Shari Sawyer posted on 10/27/20

Always in our hearts and memories.

Rusty Wheeler posted on 10/26/20

Sandy Ellisor Dawson. 24 October 1962 - 16 October 2020. I was so happy for David to marry such a gorgeous gal which he met somewhere around Willis, Texas. Turns out that her outward beauty was not her best attribute. Sandy was kind, caring, understanding, thoughtful, and a real heart-felt woman on a mission. Two beautiful daughters, a husband and a career. And, she put up with Davids friends. She treated us like royalty. Whether we were visiting or they were, the times went by so happy and smooth. I have nothing but respect for her accomplishments and the way she carried herself. David was my best man at our wedding, Sandy took charge to make sure we were steered in the right direction. My heart goes out to Nichole, Lauren, David and Family members. We will all miss this wonderful lady. My wife and I have just lost three very dear friends in eighteen days. If you know Sandy’s heart, you know Ray and you know John. I think the Good Lord is collecting angels.

Charlotte Hardamon Coble posted on 10/26/20

You were a beautiful young man and I am so honored to have known you Mason. My condolences to Angela and family. ❤️❤️

Tony Turner posted on 10/24/20

Prayers for the family,Big John found out how big God really is!

Robin Carter Hough posted on 10/24/20

Sandy was such a sweet person. I was Sandy's Team Leader while she was with ZipRealty years ago. We continued to stay in contact over the years in our Real Estate Career's. Sandy will be deeply missed. Sending many prayer's, hugs and love to the family during this difficult time. Sandy is an Angel now and will always be watching over everyone.

Elizabeth Rose posted on 10/21/20

John 14:1-4 Do not let your hearts be troubled. You believe in God; believe also in me. 2 My Father’s house has many rooms; if that were not so, would I have told you that I am going there to prepare a place for you? 3 And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come back and take you to be with me that you also may be where I am. 4 You know the way to the place where I am going. Matthew 11:28-30“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.”

Angela Barron posted on 10/21/20

You will be deeply missed. You touched so many lives and especially mine. All I can think about is our millions of conversations, the laughs and the tears. We had more laughable moments than anything. One that sticks out is when we was making mashed potatoes and I was putting the beaters in when you turned it on. Lord we laughed until we cried. You are so special to me. I will always love you!! I miss you!!

Gladys Terry posted on 10/21/20

So sorry for your loss you have my deepest condolences praying for you all REST EASY SWEETHEART WAS BLESSED TO HAVE YOU FOR A CLASSMATE

Sharon Alexander Miller posted on 10/21/20

Sandy Ellisor Dawson

Reshae Griffitt posted on 10/20/20

I'm SO shocked to read this. Vicki and I were good friends at Castleberry High School. She was always such a kind person. I'm sorry I didn't keep up after high school. :( My sincerest condolences to her family.

Jackie Domingos posted on 10/20/20

My heartfelt condolences and prayers are with you all! May God wrap you in his loving arms during your times of grief and always.

Bob Gripp posted on 10/19/20

Our heartfelt thoughts are with you and your family

Bob Gripp posted on 10/19/20

Our heartfelt thoughts are with you and your family.

Sierra Reynolds posted on 10/19/20

I worked with Johnathon at I hop, his friendship was pure kindness and I'll miss him every day. I'll never forget the important lessons he taught me about love and how to share it.

Cecilia Cardwell posted on 10/19/20

I met Jonathan on a video game and then through streaming only recently. When I met him, and watched and listened and spoke to him, I symbolically saw him as this person who played a beautiful instrument and melody, that would bring everyone and anyone's attention around him, because he was beautiful on the inside and out. He was the light and salt of the Earth. He brought joy to everyone and laughter. I am so blessed to have known him even for a short time, and I cannot wait to see him in Heaven. God bless his soul, and his family, and that they are brought comfort in this time.

Victor Chumacero Jr. posted on 10/19/20

Johnathan to me was a friend. Even though we never met in person he was always so kind and supportive. I would always try to watch his streams and he was always laid back and so kind to his viewers. I would play video games with him and along with other friends and he would make jokes and always laugh. I will definitely cherish the memories and moments I had with Johnathan. Rest In Peace Kaze.

Karen Henderson posted on 10/18/20

I worked with Jonathan at IHOP he was such a wonderful person with a heart of gold he would always make me laugh. I’m so sorry for you loss my deepest sympathies

Roselan Ranada (Aryxn) posted on 10/18/20

I knew him as Kaze until late through life he introduced himself as Johnathan. We met on Twitch (community to stream games). I was streaming and he hopped into my stream and brought out his kirby. He really had a good kirby. He talked about how he streamed too and I gave him a follow back. Johnathan was really nice and he is very laid back, but he was also a hard-worker. I remember he talked to me about him going to his first tournament and he was nervous. And he talked about how he didn't do too bad, how it was fun, and how people loved his Kirby. It made him really want to become better at Smash. I also knew he wanted to turn streaming in to full-time.I didn't get to talk to him a lot because I had so much going on in my life. And I wish I did get to talk to him more and spend time with him.God rest his beautiful soul and my condolences to his family and love ones.

David De Martini posted on 10/18/20

John, when I heard the news I didn't know what to say. I never thought that our 6 years of friendship would end like this. Though we grew distant over the years we would always reconnect to play games together and talk about our struggles, our goals, our loves, our loss, and our accomplishments. You helped me so much when I felt as if I had no one to go to. You were my rock dude, and I know we're going to reconnect again someday John. I'll go up there and you'll playing smash and when you see me you'll just wave me over and it'll be just like old times, but we're going to have a more to talk about and a lot to catch up on. You were a like a brother to me John. And I love you like you actually were.Fly High John, I know we'll meet again.

LINDA HAZEN posted on 10/18/20

My memories of Sandy will keep her forever close in my heart. Sandy was a beautiful person so kind and loving. I will always think of how Sandy lived her life with such kindness in her heart. When we leave this earth the love that we have given and received remains behind to light the lives of those we touched.....each memory I have of my beloved niece will be a bright light in my life. Sandy leaves behind a beautiful bouquet or memories for family and friends. Heaven gained a beautiful angel. We will miss Sandy so much but our comfort will come from having these memories and knowing that Sandy is now in no pain and feeling peaceful. Praying for God to wrap His arms around each of you to comfort you, blessing you with your cherished memories of Sandy and give you strength as you adjust to your loss. Sending love and hugs to David, Nichole & family, Lauren, Charlie and LaVerne. Love you all, Aunt Linda

Nicholas Czop posted on 10/18/20

I will never forget all of the good times we've had, and you will always have a special place in my heart and the hearts of our friends. We always had the best of times when you visited us. You deserved and still do deserve nothing but the best.

Alexander Jacobo posted on 10/18/20

For the many years that I knew you, you were always the kindest friend. You had a long journey ahead and everyone was proudly watching you. I'd do anything to bring you back to complete the long life you set out for yourself. All I can say now is rest in peace my friend.

Charlie Ellisor posted on 10/18/20

To all of of our dear friends and and family:The world has changed some much in 2020 due to the Covid-19. We are sad to break from our family tradition.There will be a closed to immediate family only at Sandy’s service in Fort Worth.To all family and dear friends from the Coldspring, Old Waverly, Maynard and surrounding areas.In lew of flowers, I ask that only cards and personal notes be sent to the address of 40610 Lacey Wood Ct. Magnolia Texas 77354.Also I ask that, please respect mom’s house and do not bring food or other items, or personal visits for safety reasons. If you have any questions feel free use my Facebook page for contact. Mom reads all of your well wishes from my page and she Loves each and everyone. We will have a service at the graveside observing social distancing and a celebration of Sandy’s life at a later date when she comes home to the Old Waverly Cemetery. I will post a time and date.Thank you so much for remembering Sandy in this new world of CV-19.Charlie Ellisor

Ashlyn Sabatine posted on 10/18/20

I met Kaze/John when I first started streaming and I think around that time he started streaming after a long break. Even though at first I barely knew him he’d always watch and say hi and whenever he’d stream, I’d watch too. Eventually we got really close and he helped me so, so much. With twitch stuff, with life stuff. He’d call me after streams just to ramble about how excited he was about ideas he had. I wish we talked more these past few months. He was such a light. Always knew how to joke around and never had negative things to say. Even when things got bad he didn’t want people to worry. A truly selfless, kindhearted soul. I’m forever impacted by him.

Johannes Askia Utas (Apples) posted on 10/18/20

I only knew Johnathan through phone calls, FaceTimes and through discord where people met up to discuss life and games and any topic. Even though we were so far apart he really struck a chord in me. He would be so caring to listen to my problems, play music with me on his ukulele as I played the kalimba. We use to stay up late nights playing games and laughing at how silly the world is and how we wished people could just be caring towards one another. He would always talk about God being a person who doesn’t believe in the same things for some reason I could always sit and listen to him talk. He had so many dreams , so many aspirations and I will miss bro. I never got to meet him in person but I felt like I’ve known him for a while. I swear I’ve never cried as hard for a friend like I am now. But yet I know he would have wanted me and everyone else he touched to be happy and understand that God has a purpose for us and a calling, and Johnathan did just that, touched everyone’s hearts with kindness. I’ll miss you buddy. Really. I’ll always remember you kaze. - Apples

Noé y familia posted on 10/18/20

El mundo necesita personas como Johnnathan, un joven con talentos,dones y amor. Descansa en los brazos del Señor. Nos volveremos a ver.

Nenabeth Walters Sledge posted on 10/18/20

Sandy will always be in my heart. I cannot remember when she wasn’t a part of my life. All through school, band, camps, Mexico trips, beach trips, and slumber parties... we lived it all and I will forever hold those amazing memories. Being able to share in the last few years of her life was extra special. Being there as a sister/friend, just holding her hand and praying as we cried out for strength. I miss her giggle, smile, sweet friendship, and her big beautiful brown eyes. We always joked about trading ours. Love you Sandy. See you again someday.

David Dawson posted on 10/18/20

Due to COVID concerns the family and I request this to be a private ceremony. Thank you for your understanding

Carlos André posted on 10/18/20

I'm from Brazil, a Christian from the Assembly of God in Brazil and I'm a fan of John's voice. I still watch the Bills Gaither videos in which he participated.I have a lot of songs where he was on my cell phone. May God always comfort the Family and make sure that Johm is with God and that one day we will see him!

Sara Girgis posted on 10/17/20

John, your kindness will never be forgotten. Rest easy my friend.

Mark Wabb posted on 10/17/20

i always looked forward to see him again after he'd go through his own journey, all that changes now is our reunion date. Until then John.

Roan P. posted on 10/17/20

I'm forever grateful for having experienced many firsts together with you. I hope we can cross paths again.

Rose Kotzman posted on 10/17/20

My precious Kait! I love you more than words can express. I miss you so much! Thank you God for blessing me with such a beautiful loving daughter. Until we meet again. I love you!

Bill and Barbara (Yurkovich) Rhodes posted on 10/16/20

Jerry and Rose,We wanted you to know that although we haven't seen you for years, we are so sorry for the loss of your beautiful daughter. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

MICHELLE Robinson-Sursa posted on 10/16/20

Big John will be missed tremendously!

Jerry Kotzman posted on 10/16/20

You’ll always be a Daddy’s girl

Cassie Linthicum posted on 10/16/20

I have many many memories of Kaitlyn and I can’t just chose one! We first met in the fourth grade in English class and she had no one to sit with so I invited her over to my table. She was very shy at first just like I am, but she started to be very energetic and pass jokes with me. One of the best things she had ever said to me was that I was her first real friend. It stays with me to this day that I had the opportunity to be there for Kaitlyn and to be honored as one of her friends. Throughout middle school we always sat together at lunch and laughed hysterically until we cried and her cute laugh made us laugh even more. Honestly, there was never a dull moment with her there, she always lit up the room. Throughout high school we ended up, for most of the time, went to different schools so we never really got to see each other. Although, we did still keep in contact and reply to each other’s Snapchat stories whenever one of us posted a picture of ourself. We had hung out a few times in our teenage traumas, but it breaks my heart to know that the last time I saw her was before graduation. She was an amazing girl and I know that she is having a blast up there with God. I loved Kaitlyn so much and she helped me out a lot with my problems.

Bridget Johnso posted on 10/16/20

I prayed n stood wth you guys for many yrs for Kayleen and Kaitlyn. I share your story often. They are both miracles that God allowed you n jerry to have.But what remember most about her was she was bubbly kind and ready to take the bull by the horns all at the same time. She was uncominally beautiful inside and out an yet her sweet spirit kept her so humble as well. We are all honored to have known her from birth and to see the wonderful young lady she had become. She will be waiting to rejoice with us all again one day! But she is not alone just gone from us for a time being! Run those streets of gold Kait. We love you!

Amy Christopher posted on 10/15/20

Deepest condolences Angela for you and your family, may god comfort you and wrap his arms around you.

Kay Gibbons posted on 10/14/20

My prayers and condolences to the family.

Audrey Blackmon posted on 10/14/20

I am so happy i got to know you. What a wonderful young man you are. ❤️

Shela Miller posted on 10/13/20

My thoughts and prayers to Ricky’s family abs friends during this difficult time. I would have been at the visitation if I had known earlier.

Jamie Ford posted on 10/13/20

I miss u Joey, aka dorkfish... I only knew u 5 months but it felt like 5 yrs... I'm glad we laughed n stayed stoned ur last few months.. ur forever in my heart n I think of u daily...rip my beloved friend.. I'll see u n my son as soon as I pass thru the pearly gates...looking forward to that moment....love n miss u both deeply...Always, Jamie

Shelli Bates posted on 10/12/20

We just lost an angel on earth but we know every time we hear thunder again, it is Carl bowling in heaven!

Shelli Bates posted on 10/12/20

Precious Carl had a smile for everyone and made each person feel extra special. Such a beautiful soul!

Polly (Weaver) Smith posted on 10/12/20

Sheila, you will truly be missed. I didn't get to know you in school but I am so glad that we became friends on FB. Rest in Peace, my friend. To Sheila's Family, I pray that you will feel God's arms of love around you and comfort you in this difficult time and the days ahead. My deepest sympathy and sincerest condolences.

grace redeagle posted on 10/11/20

I will miss you dearly. Especially the daily phone calls and our laughs we had together. You were a wonderful person and loved by all that knew you.

Robert and Vickie Fennell posted on 10/11/20

This was a very special lady, such a little sweetheart. Had the best attitude and a great example of how we all should be.God gives us strength to do all things If we seek him and ask.So sorry Robert and I will not be able to be with you all at this time. Please know your in our hearts and Prayers. My God grant you all peace and we know you have wonderful memories to see you through.Love and Prayers. Robert and Vickie

Sandye Stemmer posted on 10/11/20

I’m going to miss our many conversations on FB. You were one special lady!! Hope you celebrating your birthday in Heaven with all of your loved ones!!

Michele Robertson posted on 10/10/20

Sheila was one of the sweetest kindest people I have ever known. Love you Sheila.

Tina trigg posted on 10/10/20

Sweet Shelia will be missed by all I'm still in shock, it happened so fast. I haven't seen her in a long time, I drove by the house y'all lived in wandering if any of y'all still lived there. I think the last time I saw Shelia was at my mothers viewing in 2007. She hadn't changed a bit same sweet Shelia. Praying for the whole family. Tina trigg

Leigh Ann (Wiggs) Eaton posted on 10/10/20

Brenda, Barry and Family, I am so very sorry for your loss.

Marilyn Foster posted on 10/10/20

Memories of the last time I saw you and Ralph at lunch! Memories of working with you at Baylor All Saints Rehab ! Remembering the beautiful quilt you made for my first granddaughter! Rest in peace my friend . My thoughts and prayers are with Ralph and the family, Marilyn Foster

Ed Miles posted on 10/8/20

Ralph, so sorry for your loss. Will keep you in our prayers.Ed

Miranda McCormick posted on 10/7/20

She was a wonderful woman and one of a kind. She will be missed by many. I will miss her.

Ronda Brown posted on 10/7/20

To my very best friend and adopted mom may you be happy.

YMCA of the Golden Crescent posted on 10/7/20

Paul, Kristie and family, our hearts go out to you during this difficult time. Your mother was a lovely person and I know she will be missed by many.

Joy Schilling posted on 10/6/20

I was very upset when I learned of Carol’s passing. I had the privilege of working with her at FAA both in Accounting and in Logistics. She was a wonderful team member, so smart and articulate, and worked so well with people. I could always count on her to do her work diligently and so enjoyed her friendship as well. I know she loved her family and her traveling so much. May all your wonderful memories with her bring you comfort in the weeks ahead. May God continue to bless your family.

Linda Krucky posted on 10/5/20

So sorry for your lose. I can remember she invited me over to her house when we both lived in Wedgwood. She and Mary were going to serve me scones and tea; however the scones that day turned out to be hockey pucks. We all had a good laugh.

tania schuss posted on 10/5/20

He was very very good men and our friend, now he is peace and resting happy place in heaven.

Sheri posted on 10/2/20

You will be missed more than you will ever know. RIP, my friend.

Jennifer Fritts posted on 10/1/20

Miss you, Daddio. Today, I’m having a hard time believing this is true. But I can hear your voice now...”No sweat, Jenny B! You’ll be here in no time. Until then, don’t worry about me. I’m right where I belong.”❤️

Everett & Hillery Jewell posted on 10/1/20

Rest In Peace my friend. I am so glad we were able to have some laughs in Maui.

Catherine Hensley posted on 9/30/20

I miss you so much.

Julio C Cornejo posted on 9/30/20

Many of us at work called her Momma, she was like a mom to us all. Always with as smile and ready to offer a friendly greeting. We will miss her here at work, and I prayed for my Little Bro and Family to see you in heaven and give you a big hug from the Cornejo Family. We will think of you in our "Ofrenda" this year, just like in the movie Coco. Take care of your family from heaven and help them heal momma.

Hailey Johnson posted on 9/30/20

I remember for my birthday, grandma made a cake dress for my Barbie doll; she accidentally burnt the dolls hand

Loretta Hunter posted on 9/30/20

Shelli I'm sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Donna and Dave Campbell posted on 9/29/20

So sorry about your Dad Mike. Prayers for you, Glenda and all the family❤️❤️❤️❤️

Debbie McDuff posted on 9/29/20

Will miss you old friend. May you rest in peace.

Pat & Jan posted on 9/28/20

So very sorry for this loss. Many good memories of Kenny, Our sympathy to the family for your loss, Pat & Jan

Michael Boggs posted on 9/27/20

I just recently found out that Darrin had passed. I just want to say he worked for my brother and me at Saginaw airport. We flew many hours together and had a lot of fun. He was a good pilot and a good friend. See you in heaven Darrin. Save a spot for me in whatever you get to fly.Michael

Debbie Bukowski posted on 9/27/20

Reta I was so saddened to hear of the passing of your sister. Know that I am with you and the family in prayer. Praying for only the comfort God can give.

Shelli Mooty Wagner posted on 9/27/20

Mother, I miss you so much, my heart hurts knowing you're not here with me. I dont know what to do without you here. I love you. Shelli

edna manley posted on 9/27/20

GEORGIA AND FAMILY A SMILE TO MY i AM SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. SHE WAS A SPECIAL LADY. IM SORRY I WAS UNABLE TO GO VISIT HER, YOU ALL WILL BE IN MY PRAYERS.

Janet Barkhimer Roberson posted on 9/26/20

Rita I am so sorry hearing about your sister. I just now seen your post. I would have been there for you if I had seen it sooner. My thoughts and prayers and love for you I send. Love you.

David Levy posted on 9/26/20

Life well lived ,ill miss you my brother.....

Janice Russell McLaughlin posted on 9/26/20

Sending you all my heartfelt condolences & prayers. May God give each of you comfort & wrap you in His loving arms during this time of grief. Donna was a very special woman & cousin .. My heart aches for each of you.

Becky Ledbetter posted on 9/25/20

Harlin and familyMy thoughts and prayers are with y'all during this hard time. Just always remember she is with you always.

Ronny Tucker posted on 9/24/20

Rest in peace

Jody Skipworth posted on 9/24/20

May he Rest in Sweet Peace! Thank you for your service.

Deborah Bottomley posted on 9/22/20

So sorry for your loss. Prayers of strength and comfort for Vickie, family and friends.

Don Huffman posted on 9/21/20

Great appreciation for the US Army Service of CWO2 Christopher Todd “Chris” Pavelka for our country. Prayer going up to heaven for comfort for his family and may friends in their untimely loss. May he rest in the Paradise of the Lord in this his final deployment. Thank you Lord for men such as this..d huffman, Army vet, DFW HG member

Jim Gasaway posted on 9/21/20

Renee and family, my most sincere condolences. Chris was like a son to me a dear friend and work associate. We had many late night conversations. He truly loved his family. May God Bless and keep you and your family in perfect peace.

Burks Diana posted on 9/20/20

Chris, your infections laugh, your smirkey smile, your leadership and great advice will always be remembered. The pride you had of all of your accomplishments in your short time on this earth were well deserved. From jumping out of airplanes to flying helicopters, you showed your devotion to serving our country. When you spoke of your family, your wife and your children the love glowed in your eyes. You touched so many lives, you will be greatly missed but will remain in our hearts forever. Godspeed as you reach your final destination. To the Pavelka family, I know there are no words to ease your pain, your broken hearts. Try to find peace in knowing you all were his world. His love for you all was infinite. Cherish your memories and share them often. He will always be protecting and loving you all.With a broken heart, my condolences to you all.

Virginia and Jack Hopkins posted on 9/20/20

So sorry for Chris’s lost to all our family. And thank you for your service for our country protection. My heart goes out to his children and wife, and of course his mother, brother, sister and all aunts , uncles and cousins. We love you. Aunt Virginia and uncle Jack.

Windle and Mildred Edgar posted on 9/20/20

Thank you Chris for all your service in protecting our nation in foreign lands. And, in being such a great father to your step-children and your children!Love,Uncle Windle and Aunt Mae

George Lennon posted on 9/20/20

I offer you my thoughts, prayers and well-wishes during this dark time in your life. My deepest sympathies go out to you and your family. May God give you the peace that you seek.

Deborah McIntyre Casey posted on 9/19/20

My fondest memories of you will always be what a sweet young man you were, your sense of humor and your quick wit. Know that your were loved and will be missed. Rest in peace, Chris, the war has ended...

Dave Crocker posted on 9/17/20

The most awesome man I ever worked for. RIP my brother from another mother!

Me (Gloria) posted on 9/16/20

I've always loved you and always will. Your the love of my life.

Lyla posted on 9/16/20

Best grandpa ever! I will miss you everday! ❤️

Jayna posted on 9/15/20

I miss my dad with all my heart. He was a wonderful dad and hero! RIP daddy❤️

Take Care posted on 9/15/20

Josh, I knew you for almost 18 years. I didn't hear about your death and funeral until late last week. Hope God welcomed you into the gates of his kingdom and your family takes comfort in his grace.

Cloe Meyer posted on 9/15/20

The best Grandpa a girl could have. I won’t ever be able to truly express how grateful I am for every ounce of love he gave me. I’ll miss him way more than words could ever express.

John and Patty posted on 9/15/20

A wonderful, trusted and loved friend for over 30 years.

John and Patty posted on 9/15/20

A wonderful, trusted and loved friend and co-worker for over 30 years.

Kathy Huckabee posted on 9/15/20

Martha was always a breath of fresh air. There are so many memories that I could share. So many times we could just look at each other and know what the other was thinking by the expressions on our face. Singing with her at church was such a blessing and she would always encourage me when I didn't think I could make it through a song or a situation. I only knew Martha for about 6 years but I enjoyed every second I was around her. She was always talking about her kids, grandkids, her family in general. She loved her family so much!! She will be missed tremendously and I know I will see her again.

andrea posted on 9/14/20

I Miss you so much! Ryan asks about you all the time he says he misses his buddy in the sky. I wish i could bring you back!!

Clyde Mitchell posted on 9/11/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Jeanette Wilson posted on 9/10/20

I had the great honor of working with Joan for many many years. Beginning in 'Terminations' in the Material Department. Incredibly sweet is my first thought of her....hardworking and dedicated to the company. Never said a harsh word to anyone. I know how she loved her family. Know you will miss her very much but one day you will see her again.

Addie Presnell posted on 9/9/20

Josh, I didnt know you as well as the others i did enjoy hangin out with you. tyler and kasen did as well. :) it was fun at your house and riding on your motorcycle with you,i did enjoy it,may you rest in peace:) :) :) :) miss youR.I.P.

Addie Presnell posted on 9/9/20

Josh, I didnt know you as well as the others i did enjoy hangin out with you. tyler and kasen did as well. :) it was fun at your house and riding on your motorcycle with you,i did enjoy it,may you rest in peace:) :) :) :) miss youR.I.P.

V. Lorenzo & Peggy Cano posted on 9/8/20

Uncle Elton we are sorry to hear of your passing. I will always remember your kindness and compassion. My earliest memories of you and Aunt Belen are from my grandparent’s epic backyard picnics. I always looked forward to seeing you both as you would always go out of your way to make us smile. You were a great host when we visited in Dallas and went to Six Flags. Thank you for fond memories; The Cano Family will surly miss you.

Amber Wills posted on 9/8/20

Mr. Wetz was a wonderful person to talk with. I had the pleasure of getting to hear many of his stories as the Activity Director at Ridgmar Medical Lodge. He will be greatly missed. Continued prayers of peace for his family.

Nancy Watkins posted on 9/8/20

RIP JOSH

DeeAnn Mulanax posted on 9/8/20

I'll never forget the fun we shared on our last Harley ride with your friends riding bikes off of the roof into the pool. Your smiles and warmth I felt that day will be held in my heart. I love you and will hold you close forever!

Jeff Gibson posted on 9/8/20

Please accept my deepest condolences for your family’s loss.Words, however kind, can’t mend your heartache, but those who care for you share your grief and wish you comfort and peace of mind.Vic, I will miss our weekly emails, sharing jokes and crazy music videos.i will miss your kind soul my brother. Thank you for the memories.

Linc Liberto posted on 9/8/20

My sincere condolence.

Vicki Nelson Charlotta posted on 9/7/20

Vic was a joy! So generous, so compassionate, so helpful... so much fun! So sorry that this world lost such a good man. He will be missed!

Dena Klein posted on 9/7/20

I am so sorry for your dad’s passing. He was always such a kind man, and will be greatly missed by all of those who knew him. Hugs to your entire family.

Janey posted on 9/7/20

It was a delight to know you as you came to so many THS '70 events - may your walk be easier now.

Bill York posted on 9/7/20

Rest In Peace my friend. I will miss you a lot.

Bill York posted on 9/7/20

Vic, you and I were quite a pair. We believed in the same ideas, morals, culture and values. I will miss you a lot my friend. RIP

Lovina Johnson posted on 9/6/20

Mr Wetz was a beloved friend, who always had a smile, a hearty laugh and a wonderful story to tell. He lived his life to the fullest and enjoyed his family and friends. He loved with his whole heart and will be sorely missed. I will miss my hugs and conversations with him. My condolences to the family. He now joins his wife who he loved very much. May He Rest In Peace.

Nancy Stieber posted on 9/6/20

Death leaves a heartache no one can heal; Love leaves a memory no one can steal.

Gina Butler posted on 9/5/20

Prue was a wonderful Aunt. She made our world a better place. Was there for us in good & bad times. Learned many things from her wisdom. On niece visits she'd send us all home w/car full of plant cuttings. She was a big blessing to our family & is greatly missed.If you knew her you loved her.

Tina Delaney Hogan posted on 9/5/20

Rest in peace cousin!

Melinda Roberson posted on 9/4/20

So sorry for your loss. Melba dressed my hair for several years. She was fun & very professional in her career. She will be missed. I just found out today of her death. My sincere sympathy to you boys.

Karen Harder Kint posted on 9/4/20

Pam no longer has to imagine what heaven will be like,.her sweet and loving soul will be missed by those here, and memories truly cherished.

Carol Cornell posted on 9/4/20

What I remember most about Pam was her loving smile and kindness. She was a beautiful lady both inside and out. Condolences to her family.

Peggy Trice Vernon posted on 9/4/20

So sorry to learn of Clydene passing. So many fond memories of our family gatherings at Papa and Granny Trices and visiting Aunt Sally and uncle Festus. Sincere condolences to all his family from cousin Peggy Trice Vernon

Bob Shaw posted on 9/3/20

Fine Christian lady, so kind and friendly - great personality. Blessed to have known her, will miss her a bunch.

R butler posted on 9/2/20

So sweet , kind and always loving and you brought joy and laughter to so many we will all miss you dearly . Much love robin butler

Mary Steffel posted on 8/31/20

Cheryl, I just heard your son passed away! I was sorry to hear this and am sending my deepest sympathy! Hugs to you and your daughter!

Robert Wilson posted on 8/31/20

I am so sorry to learn of your tragic loss. May Our Blessed Lord give you the Comfort you need during these times of great sorrow. My love to you and your family.

Sonya Dikes posted on 8/30/20

Lance, a week before your birthday this year I learned of your passing. Wish I had known. You were such a big part of my life when we were not children but not quite adults. I only wanted you to find happiness. I know how you loved your family and they loved you.. Till we neet again, Tommy Lance...

Brenda Dietz posted on 8/29/20

So sorry for your loss. May God give you comfort during this time.

Howard and Betty Kaker posted on 8/29/20

We are saddened at the death of our long time friend Mary Lou Reddick. She was a person always giving and always interested in being helpful to others. She was a role model at our church and in our community. She was loved and respected by all who knew her. Rest in peace, Mary Lou.

Larry L Duncan posted on 8/28/20

Karen I am recovering from back surgery and can't drive or ride for a few days. My heart and soul are aching for you. The loss of Mom is still fresh. Your mom was loved by so many, hold that love in your heart.

Cindy Baker posted on 8/27/20

You could always see the sweet Spirit of the Lord shining though the precious smile of Mary Lou. What a great legacy of love for the Lord she left behind for us at Lighthouse Fellowship. Peace for all until we gather again Mary Lou.

Irvin Clark posted on 8/27/20

Babe was my Uncles wife who I knew very well, they and their daughters were my neighbors for many year before moving to Texas. She will be greatly missed. I only wish her girls would have let me know of her passing.

Tom McConnell posted on 8/27/20

We at Hillwood Construction Services worked for years with Randy ,he was part of our construction family.We were lucky to have had the opportunity to work along side Randy,he was always a professional and a pleasure to be around.He will truly be missed by many.

Ed Ronk posted on 8/26/20

Great guy! Thanks for your friendship! Say hey to Ray for me!

Leslie Grounds posted on 8/26/20

Mary Lou was a mentor to me for United Methodist Women. She was a giving and supportive woman who advised me many times. She was also a part of the Lighthouse Fellowship January Birthday Group and we enjoyed our annual get togethers with other members. Mary Lou, you were loved and will be missed. God bless you and your family and friends.

Cassie Wilson posted on 8/25/20

I have been a friend of Randy's for over 20 years. He was a great guy who always had a smile. He will be missed

William Naff posted on 8/25/20

I remember Ernie. We we stationed together at Carswell. He was a true friend and a great person. He will be missed. God bless him and thank you for your service.

Patsy Roe Oyler posted on 8/25/20

I believe that this beautiful lady was my aunt. My fathers name was Robert E Roe, born in Fort WorthTexas. Grand parents was Frank and Evie Roe. If this is so I would love to hear from my Cousin Georgia Smith. My mother Essie Faye Roe passed July 7th. Wanting to connect with relatives. I know Ethel will be greatly missed.

Karen Steward posted on 8/24/20

So very sorry for the untimely loss of such a fine young man. Randy had such a good spirit, was kind, and a gentle human being. He always smiled and made himself at home around our family. He spoke highly of his family and treasured the opportunity to be the kind of young man that his folks could depend on. Our lives were made richer by knowing him. God Bless You All. We pray that the peace of God that passes understanding will land gently upon his family during this difficult time.

Shannon Williams posted on 8/24/20

I'll always remember the times growing up with you, I truly valued the friendship we had , you will be missed .

Craig Lomax posted on 8/23/20

I’m a friend of Marks McMullen,I only met Randy a couple of times always enjoyed his company. Condolences to his family and friends Your in my thought and prayers.

Angela Lowe posted on 8/23/20

Dad, I miss you everyday! There isn't a moment that goes by that I don't wish I could pick up the phone and hear your voice. I miss getting to call you and let you know what awesome and exciting things your Hailey and Kasey have done but I know you are watching over them and are seeing it for yourself. I love you, Dad! P.S. I'm already missing the QVC deliveries :)

Mitch & Kerry Massey posted on 8/23/20

We are so sorry for your loss. We will be praying for y’all.

Fam. Najera Zambrano posted on 8/23/20

Nuestro más sentido pesame a la familia en especial a sus padres, que Dios les de consuelo y pronta resignación.

Fam. Najera Zambrano posted on 8/23/20

Nuestro más sentido pesame para la familia , en especial a sus padres , que Dios les de consuelo y pronta resignación.

Leonor Villarreal posted on 8/23/20

Am so sorry for you lost.Dios en tu Divina misericordia, te pido fortaleza para sus padres y hermanos hijos y toda la familia Portales.RIP Randi

John & Shonda Carter posted on 8/23/20

We are heart broken. There are no words at a time like this.We just want you to know you are surrounded by friends and family who will always love you. God Bless

Audrey Ryan posted on 8/22/20

I am so sorry for your loss

Jim Dyment posted on 8/22/20

He not only served his nation but served his community. I never met Ernest but obviously like all of the Security Police family we love our nation and our community. The shows how much family means...92 SPS 66 / 67

Don Huffman posted on 8/22/20

Expressing extreme appreciation for the US Marine Corps Service of Gunnery SGT George Garlock for our country. Prayers go up to heaven for comfort for his family and many friends in their loss. May he rest in his new heavenly deployment in the company of his Heavenly Commander, Creator, and Savior.d huffman, Army vet, DFW Honor Guard member

Jim Comalli posted on 8/22/20

As a fellow Security Police Officer serving in the NAM from '69-'70 I appreciate and respect your service. Welcome Home & Rest In Peace BROTHER

Pat Broeker posted on 8/22/20

Our sincerest sympathy to Kathy and family, we always enjoyed Ernie's sense of humor and visiting with both of you at VDHA reunions.

Robert Tamez posted on 8/22/20

I can still hear your voice and laugh from when I was a kid. Give my dad and gmo a huge and kiss from me.

Susan Throneburg Phillips posted on 8/22/20

You are in my thoughts and prayers. Ernie did so much to preserve the memory of my dad and Nemo. Ernie was truly a great man with a huge heart. He will be remembered always.

Diane Stegall posted on 8/22/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Christine Owens posted on 8/22/20

So sorry for your loss. I’ve been praying for you daily. Will continue to pray for healing and love to surround your sweet family.

Kathy Hoffman posted on 8/21/20

My thoughts and prayers are for you and your family during this difficult time.

George Lupton posted on 8/21/20

Salute

George Lupton posted on 8/21/20

I was in the k-9 section with Ernie at Carswell.

George Lupton posted on 8/21/20

Ernie, was my trainer at Carswell AFB. in the K/9 section. I had the beagle, that was a drug detection dog. Named Turbo. Try to contact him on Facebook a few years back. A great man to work with in the K-9 section. May God bless your family.

James posted on 8/21/20

RIP . I met you at Udorn , what a great role model.

Christa Quam posted on 8/21/20

My deepest condolances Cathy and Family. I was first introduced to Ernie during my deployment to Iraq in 2005, he was one of our sponsors in the Old Dawgs and Pups program. He was always just a letter or email away, and got us everything we could ever wish for while we were down range. My Dogs Dusty A142 and Jago H347 and I always looked forward to recieving our boxes of treats and toys during our deploments. Then in 2009, I had the opportunity to meet with Ernie in person while stationed at the 341 TRS, Lackland AFB, at a MWD BBQ. His dedication and charisma to and for the Military Working Dog community was absolutely infectious! He taught us all so much about our history and his passion for all our dogs was incredible. He and the rest of the Vietnam Dog Handlers present at the BBQ sparked the fire for us (the newer generation of handlers) to carry on his and their legacy. We also worked together in placing the MWD memorial on Lackland's graduation parade ground... although the Wing was hesitant to allow this, he told me never to give up... continue trying, and keep the memory of all our fallen dogs alive for as long as possible. Although I could not complete the project during my tenure at Lackland, the memorial stands today and ensures the sacrifice of every Military working Dog will never be forgotten. Ernie's impact on myself and the Military Working Dog community is indescribeable and I am so fortunate to have know him. I know he is in a better place surrounded by all our K9 companions and with the Angel's in heaven. I know this is a difficult time for you and your family, but we have a saying in the Military Working Dog Community... K9 leads the way! God has called Ernie home, so that he can Lead the way, for everyone to reach the gates of heaven. I believe this with all my heart, and I also believe all of his and our fallen Dogs and Handlers have lead the way for him, and escorted him to God the Almightly so that he may rest in peace until you meet again in heaven. Again so sorry for your loss.

Ernie Ayala posted on 8/21/20

My deepest condolences, Cathy and family. I first met Ernie in 2003, Columbus, GA attending the unveiling of the War Dog Memorial at Ft Benning. We were in the elevator at the hotel and he introduced himself then gave me a special AF dog patch. I really valued that patch and had it sewn on the front of my VDHA. We caused some confusion on our teleconferences since we’re both Ernies. He was the nicest, smartest and straight forward guy I knew. I will miss him.

Bill & Janice Cummings posted on 8/21/20

Words can not express our feelings at this moment. Cathy our hearts are broken. Ernie is a dogman’s dog man. There will be a hole in my heart until we meet at the bridge. Brother I miss you so much already. Rest easy my friend and we love you and your family.

Bob Palochik posted on 8/21/20

Ernie, you were a great friend, trusted member of the VDHA,. I will always remember our many conversations at our reunions and conference calls. My prayers and thoughts are with Cathy and your family. May God bless and keep you.

Kelly Bateman posted on 8/21/20

We shared so many things in common including being in the USAF K9. We will miss you greatly with each passing day. We love you.

Delena posted on 8/21/20

The smiles and hugs, she was all about LOVE

Barbara D Stadts posted on 8/21/20

Had so much fun getting to know Ernie and the VDHA/Thai guys. So glad he came into my life. So many thanks that need to be said. Prayers to your family. K9 forever

Narissa posted on 8/21/20

How did my friend Michael pass away? I'm shocked to hear about his death.

Barbara Haney posted on 8/21/20

Cathy and family our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

Olivia Rivers posted on 8/21/20

Selma aka Glamma, you were a warrior and true advocate for all things true, pure, right and fair. You defended and fought tirelessly for others and you did it with such style, grace and poise. Thank you for being a role model for young advocates, for teaching us how to be leaders in the anti-violence movement, and for using your voice to shine a light on others. We were blessed to have you here on Earth, and now Heaven rejoices that their daughter is home. I love you dearly sweet Selma.

Rosie Espinoza posted on 8/20/20

You are whole again! Thank you Jesus! Heaven just embraced another angel. Amen!

Shirley G Richardson posted on 8/20/20

Cathy i know your grief and I will miss seeing him next door. Call me anytime

Susie Stanford posted on 8/20/20

Rest easy, cousin. You’ve earned your space next to your King.

Bubba posted on 8/20/20

Rest easy Glamma TNT, we keep up the fight down here

Sherry Mills posted on 8/20/20

Selma was there for me more times than I can count. She always had the best advice and loved deeply. She will be remembered dearly ❤️

Tank posted on 8/20/20

Till we ride again

Steve +Robin K. Tucker posted on 8/20/20

We are so sorry for your loss. My the Lord give you comfort at this time. He will be missed by many. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Sandra Moreno Meza posted on 8/19/20

I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your truly vibrant and brave brother. My deepest condolences are with you during this difficult time. I hope you find comfort in the cherished memories you carry in your heart.

Steve Woogk posted on 8/19/20

I had the privilege of knowing Chris since High School and having him as a neighbor. I remember Chris moving in and popping up over the fence to say hello. What a great man and neighbor! He would stop by the house and We would catch up on the latest news. One thing is for sure, he loved his wife and kids and spoke of them often. Not seeing him around will be hard. He will be dearly missed But never forgotten. Godspeed Chris

DeAnne M. Williams posted on 8/19/20

Lester was a great person with a funny sense of humor. He always was looking on the bright side of life. And he gave great hugs! My prayers go out to Connie and his family. Rest in peace Lester, your are loved by all who knew you.

Jerry Laverty posted on 8/19/20

Sorry for your loss, I knew Chris for a short time he worked hard. Now you have your wings and can watch over your family. God bless

Junior posted on 8/18/20

Sending my prayers out to the family.. Thanks for the memories.Dillion hold your head up

Brian Dowdy posted on 8/18/20

I didn't know hom long. But we found out we had alot in common. I wish I was able to know him longer. R.I.P. Chris.. everytime I listen to Motley crue ill think of you.

Roberto Reyna posted on 8/18/20

Our deepest condolences from Roberto and Maria Reyna..so sorry for your loss

Aimie Bryant posted on 8/18/20

I’m sending all of my prayers to your family!! I’m so sorry for your loss!

Kimberly Earwood posted on 8/18/20

I will always love you and I'm so sorry we didnt make up. Tell Mom and dad Hi and I'm so sorry you left us so young

Courtney (Slatick) Paules posted on 8/18/20

Your memories will always remain in my heart. How I would love to see your smile, and hear one of your crazy stories. Hoping you hug Grandma and Granddad for us. Stand by Uncle Ron. Love you Chris. May you be in peace, and know you are loved, and will always continue to be loved. ~ Courtney (Slatick) & Brendyn Paules

Alicia Harms posted on 8/18/20

So sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers for you all. Richard was a wonderful person and he will be missed dearly ❤️ Love to you all ♥

Chuck Willis posted on 8/17/20

Mom, was not only my mother, but at 64 years old she is my best friend. She had become my best friend years ago, and losing both is something I had not thought about. She knew things that I never realized she knew. She was right when giving advise to my amazement, she always had a kind soft words when I needed one, and always listened when I needed a listener..... We have talked for hours over the years, even though not in person. Mom always had time for me, and I will miss our time together. The last few times we talked she would say she could not remember all the words to that song, " Do You Know My Jesus " and that she would sing that part when to caregivers when they came into her room. She was so excited when a nurse, and another man told her yes they knew her Jesus! The last time mom and I spoke, we were able to say one more time to each other "I Love You" I miss my mother and my friend, but she is now with Jesus. What could be better for a son to know about his mother and friend!

Carolyn Chamness posted on 8/16/20

I will miss you so much but know you are in a much better place. I love you.

Pam Hausrath posted on 8/16/20

Rest in peace Mother. I know you are in heaven rejoicing in the presence of God. I will miss you. All my love. Pam

Bessie Hamilton posted on 8/16/20

I’m sooo sorry for your lost But I’m praying for your comfort and strength during this time of transition I love ❤️ you

Sharon Gosnell posted on 8/16/20

Lester was a wonderful and caring man. I met him when I worked with Connie at Sunbelt Nursery and continued my friendship with him through Connie at FWISD. He will be sorely missed. My prayers go out to the family

Pamela Sosebee posted on 8/16/20

Met Lester through working with Connie at FWISD. I loved him! He was so sweet, funny, and one of the kindest man I have ever met. I am going to miss him! Connie, I will keep you and your family lifted up in prayer. God Bless you during this difficult time.

Carol Knowles posted on 8/16/20

I met Lester when I worked with Connie. I loved his wonderful sense of humor and his sense of playing the innocent bystander while watching reactions of others. He always made me laugh. I will miss his e-mail jokes.

James and Yvonne T. Matchett posted on 8/16/20

Brother - we love & miss you already. I know you are dancing and rejoicing in your healing in Heaven!

Gary Hays posted on 8/14/20

Such a beautiful soul. Gone too soon. We love you and you will be missed by all who knew you.

Dave Swiger posted on 8/13/20

I worked with John at Waste Management, and Energy Transportation, LLC in West Virginia. John was a hard worker and a great friend, and will be missed by all of his colleagues. His family will be in our thoughts and prayers. Keep trucking in heaven buddy!

Cheryl Robinson posted on 8/13/20

John would be so surprised at hearing from his old friend Roger and his cousins. He spoke of you all often when reminiscing about Lawton. He wasn't real technical so he didnt dig into a search but just know that I knew how he spoke of his Illinois family and the people around SW 27th, and Herbs and DQ and Lawton High. I miss him so much.

Erika Bryan and Thomas Bran ( Son of Mylene Bryan. posted on 8/12/20

I am so very sorry for you’re loss. It s with deep regret ( in many levels) to read this. May the good memories and fun times be a help In your grief. Godspeed.

Pandora S posted on 8/11/20

Kathy was one of the most intelligent, funny and caring person that I got to meet. She showed me how even if you don’t live with a family member they are always there and always love you and want the best. Her grandchildren had the best grandma around! I am absolutely honored that I got to spend some time with her. Rest In Peace beautiful lady.

DONNA RITCHIE posted on 8/11/20

“It’s been a long day without you my friend... and I’ll tell you all about it when I see you again”....How I will miss you Kat. RIP lovely one...forever loved ♥️

Jana Mills posted on 8/10/20

I remember going next door what seemed like a daily event! Wanda was always so kind to us neighborhood kids. She had a snack ready at moment. Going to the bowling alley amongst our families was a regular event, I’ll never forget Wanda as she’s part of my first nff Ed Norris in this neighborhood (we moved here when I was about 6)Rest well Wanda.

Eldion McNabb posted on 8/9/20

Apostle Paul wrote: For me to live is Christ, and to Die is Gain - Old Friend, Cousin and Brother in Christ, I bid you farewell until we meet again in everlasting Eternity.

Lois McNabb Roberts posted on 8/9/20

James, you played such an important role in my life as my cousin. There are so many memories of family gatherings that I cannot isolate one that stands out above the others. I know now that you are having that face to face conversation with your Heavenly Father that you wished for all your life. In my mind I see your grinning smile. You will always have a special place in my heart.

Tina Weaver posted on 8/8/20

Thank you for my bestfriend ,your daughter,Ginger. I know you worried about us. We were wonderfully wild but we never caused any grief. I'm so thankful to see you that last Thanksgiving. Thankyou so much for the compliment. It made me feel good and also knowing that you knew who I was. I'll keep them in line till we get there. Ok! Ps. Yes I was hiding in the closet that morning even though she wasn't allowed the sleepover that night. Love Tina.

Missy and Wayne Barber posted on 8/8/20

Aunt Betty, you were a ray of sunshine and will be missed. Our heartfelt sympathies go out to Kevin, Kim, and all the grandkids.

Mary Wayne posted on 8/6/20

Many for memories of my Uncle.

Mary Wayne posted on 8/6/20

I babysat the boys when they were very young and Uncle OC would pay me in 2 dollar bills. I thought he had to be rich. But I was only 12 or 13 at the time.As an adult after my Aunt Ramona passed away he and I had many long talks, usually after midnight!You will be missed by all. Love you

Jessica Backiel posted on 8/6/20

Debbie, My thoughts have been with you today.

Barbara Pack posted on 8/6/20

To the family of Betty Jean Hicks: I'm so sorry for your loss. May God give you peace and comfort at this difficult time.

Lindsay Moody posted on 8/6/20

Everything.

a posted on 8/5/20

your never far from me and always in my heart .

Kent Chico Ruiz posted on 8/4/20

So sad hearing news of Jess passing I had worked with Jess a few times mixing mud carrying brick on homes my father built amazing worker in his 60's,.unique character deep Spanish roots like myself. Memories of him and my father 2 hard army vets

Jeremy Hopkins posted on 8/4/20

I was very blessed to have known this wonderful man. It was an honor to call him grandpa. Taught me to always keep my word. It's the only thing you got that can't be taken away. Not goodbye but I will see you later marine I love you.

Sandra Hicks Chrane posted on 8/4/20

I am so sorry for the loss of your mother. She was such a sweet and kind person. May God comfort you in your time of sorrow. Hugs and prayers for you all.

Sandra Hicks Chrane posted on 8/4/20

So sorry for the loss of your mother. She was such a special lady. So sweet and kind. She has joined Gaylon now and there is much joy in heaven. Prayers and hugs for you all.

Debbie Hufft posted on 8/2/20

I’m remembering this sweet, kind, little boy who was a student of mine at St. Edward the Confessor in Metairie, LA. My sincere condolences to his lovely family. I am sure this remarkable young man rests in peace and love as all continue to cherish his memory.

Ruth DeGroat posted on 7/31/20

Dear Regina, May the Lord lift you up above the sadness as He has with me. when I lost a dear child and husband. Rest in His arm. LOVE YOU. <3

Mary Goodwin Humes posted on 7/31/20

I did not know Sheryl, but I know she was very important to my dad. He hired her to work at GD, and was proud of her accomplishments. May they both rest In peace and enjoy a heavenly existence together with my mother. And may Don receive strength, comfort and peace that passes all understanding.

Jodie, Danny and the girls. posted on 7/31/20

Dr Methner always treated me and my family like..well.. family! His support and encouragement was wonderful when I was in nursing school. He even took the time to go to my graduation. He was a knowledgeable and sweet man. We will miss him very much! Prayers for those who called him father and friend.♥️

Beverly Flowers posted on 7/30/20

I loved Mimi the great so much and always loved seeing her. I will miss her and all her family is in my thoughts and prayers.

Kimberly Reed posted on 7/30/20

Renee, Our family is so sorry for this loss. Melvin was a kind and caring man. He will be missed by all. Praying for you and the family, Love , Kimberly

Mary Campbell & Tim posted on 7/30/20

Regina & family, all of you have meant so much to us. We are praying for you.

Etoy & Barbara Horne posted on 7/30/20

Regina, You and the family are in our prayers. We pray for God's peace to be with you at this time.

Debra Moore posted on 7/30/20

Renee deepest sympathy for your loss of Melvin. You are in my thoughts and prayers. My love, Debra Moore

Theta Hall Rogers posted on 7/30/20

Regina and all, I am so sorry to hear about Steve. Praying for family.

Dolores McMillin posted on 7/30/20

I’m so very sorry for your loss of Steve. Praise the Lord, he has been reunited with the family that’s gone before. Continuing prayers for the family! (He cut my hair since the shop was in River Oaks)

Don & Gayle Franklin posted on 7/30/20

Great Guy with a big personality cut my hair and and my wife's hair for years at Go In Style.Always wanted to sing,now he's singing with the Angels in God's Choir.

Dale Henry posted on 7/30/20

My thoughts and prayers go out to all the family.Melvin will be missed Dearly what a great man he was .Love you Renee and all your family.

Ray posted on 7/29/20

I am a family friend to her grandson Chris. Although I never met Nan I know how wonderful Chris and his family are. So if they are wonderful I know that Nan is and was wonderful as well. May the Angels from God provide strength to her and her family and God provide a healing power of comfort for the family.

Jerrie Boiles McKennon posted on 7/29/20

We grew up together. Regina and I went to grade school, Steve and I went to High School. We were married to friends. Steve is reunited with his friend Gailen Boiles now. Regina, my forever friend. We have a lot of memories together.

Melinda Rose posted on 7/29/20

I have known Nan for many many years and she was like my grandmother she welcomed me in her house from the first time I met her. She was one of the strongest ladies I know always polite and smiling I loved it over there and we had many good laughs together over the years. She will be truly missed my heart is broken.

Peter posted on 7/29/20

Steve IS a Best Friend, a Brother, and a Mentor to Me... and He will Most Certainly be Missed... by All.All My Love and Prayers Continue for the Family.

John Conly posted on 7/29/20

Steve was a good friend. He has trimmed my hair and beard for around 30 years. We would always talk about family, current events, religion and everything that was broken that we had to work on or have fixed since our last visit. I will miss Steve and those conversations. Rest In Peace my friend, you will be missed. Regina and family you will be in our thoughts and prayers. We know he is in a better place now. John Conly

John DeGroat posted on 7/29/20

Steve was a great friend!!RIP, brother. You fought the good fight and finished the course!!

Modesto Galvan posted on 7/29/20

My name is Modesto Galvan and my son is Leo Alexander Galvan. Betty Lee is Leo's grandmother. We offer condolences to all Betty Lee's family with peace and love.

Vernon Fisher posted on 7/29/20

Jack Methner was an unconventional man: a romantic, an idealist, a warrior for the underdog, for fair play, for righteousness. His heart was from an earlier time, before the world became coarsened by materialism. He was a knight-errant on a quest to help troubled people like myself see that we are all special in our own way, that we have value, that our dreams are real.I miss him dearly, but take comfort that he lives on in those of us he touched.

Christi Galvan Rayes posted on 7/29/20

Nan, was an incredible lady. I have never met anyone like her before, she stole my heart when I met her. She was a beautiful person with the most gracious soul. I will truly miss her and she will be forever in my heart...

Janene Herrold posted on 7/28/20

Aunt Eva! I remember her sweet demeanor and being soft spoken! And most of all her smile! Although it has been many years since seeing her last I still feel the sting of someone you love passing on to the after life! The family will all be in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. I love you all!

gloria Ann langston posted on 7/28/20

Regina and family, I wish I had the words to say how sad we were to hear about our friend and hairdresser Steve . He has been our hairdresser for 40yrs. We talked about the world things and religious things.We are LDS (Mormon )we would share different topics. One thing you always knew he was a Christian. We also are.christian. He always knew how I wanted my hair.He will be missed . We know he is with his family that has gone before May Heavenly Father bless you and the family with his love . Billy and Gloria Langston

gloria Ann langston posted on 7/28/20

Regina and family, I wish I had the words to say how sad we were to hear about our friend and hairdresser Steve . He has been our hairdresser for 40yrs. We talked about the world things and religious things.We are LDS (Mormon )we would share different topics. One thing you always knew he was a Christian. We also are.christian. He always knew how I wanted my hair.He will be missed . We know he is with his family that has gone before May Heavenly Father bless you and the family with his love . Billy and Gloria Langston

Shirley Hagberg posted on 7/28/20

Jack was a close friend for over 37 years, Vince and I loved him dearly. He was a good man, caring and compassionate, a veteran who served and loved his country, a fine doctor and always a good friend He will be missed by all of us who knew and loved him. I’m so sorry for your loss.

Steve&Becky Brandrup posted on 7/28/20

Stephanie, Chase and Kendra, Steve and I are so sorry for your loss. Just know God will see you through this time of grief. God Bless You

JOSEPH RIBAK MD MPH posted on 7/28/20

A great man an officer and gentelman and a great doctor. was one of my best freinds. we loved him dearly. sorry for his death.

Russ and Judy Kerns posted on 7/28/20

our deepest sympathy for your loss, with love and memories

Tammy Southward posted on 7/28/20

My name is Tammy Lee Southward, I am Betty’s oldest daughter, my brother, her son David Lee and I are wishing our mother a peaceful rest. She has been kept from us for 21 years. Now we can hope will find closure and look forward to seeing you again in Heaven . Betty also had 4 grandchildren not listed, Alex, Ling, Nyanda and Zari. And 3 great grandchildren, Carley, Chloe and Mylah.

Donna Holcomb posted on 7/27/20

Prayers and love .

Carol Bunn posted on 7/26/20

Our heartfelt sympathy to the Hart family, God Bless you all with wonderful memories of your loved one

Ann Yingling posted on 7/26/20

Our deepest sympathy for your loss. Sending you all much love & prayers to help you get thru your time of sorrow. Ann Yingling & Family.

Lecia & Gary Green posted on 7/25/20

I met Leo over 30 years ago, one of the nicest guys you could know. Always laughing and happy, willing to help anyone. Lorrie when he got sick, he told my how lucky we both were to have Angel's taking care of us. Lorrie you were Leo's Angel and he loved you dearly. Its not a easy time, but at least we know he is not suffering anymore and is in a much better place. He is probably preparing a gourmet meal and waiting for a TCU sporting event to watch . Lorrie, Lecia and myself love you, but will be celebrating the peace my brother Leo has with the lord. God BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY!

Lolita Ewing posted on 7/25/20

My condolences to the family. I was a classmate at Providence High School

Matthew Murphy posted on 7/23/20

At ease my cousin at ease love and miss you !

Kathryn Murphy Finney posted on 7/23/20

John was one of my older cousin's. The distance between our homes was great, but visits were always great. Lost track of him, and am sad that can't be fixed. Prayers to his family, you will be in our thoughts.

Roger Smiley posted on 7/23/20

John and I were best friends beginning in the 60’s. Lived within a hundred feet of each other. Yet somehow went to different high schools. Lots of great memories of John and his family from those years. Johns father was always involved in the sports we played mainly football. He even gave me a job when I needed it at the lumber yard. John and I were a year apart in school. I lost track of him after high school. I’ve searched for John several times over the years. Unfortunately I found him this morning In the local news paper. I believe I will see John and his eternal enthusiasm again some day. Until then, Rest In Peace My Friend.

Pauline Overton posted on 7/23/20

Karen sorry for your loss my thoughts and prayers are with you at this time

Kevin Kronenberger posted on 7/22/20

My great friend through out the years starting at Bridgeport Tank Truck. Thank you for being my friend. I will always miss our talks. I will miss eating at Fred's cafe with you. I know you will be looking down on us. Keep on trucking! 10-4 John you will be missed!!

Sharon Batterton posted on 7/22/20

Derwood was the best and will be missed greatly. I have so many memories from my younger years of him coaching me in softball. He gave me the nickname "jets" as a joke because of my Taurus speed around the bases. He always had a smile and a comment after you crossed the plate. He left memories that will never be forgotten. Prayers to all the family.

Cynthia Luchak posted on 7/22/20

Great Laughs, Great Family, Great Food and Great Memories I miss you my dear God Brother and would have loved to have seen you again. One more family reunion...I know you will be there in spirit with us when we have the next one whenever that might be. You will be in my heart forever. we will never forget your great big smile and your laugh and the joy and sparkle in your eyes and how much you just loved family! Love you and I'll be making your dad spaghetti sauce sometime this year! My love to the whole family ❤️

Cynthia Luchak posted on 7/22/20

Great Laughs, Great Family, Great Food and Wonderful Memories

Kim and Trent Hilton posted on 7/22/20

I only wish we had met Dwayne even earlier than we did. He was always good for a laugh and interesting conversation. He always made us feel so welcomed and being in his presence was so easy and comfortable. Thank you Dwayne for the things you taught my son and the influence you had on him. We will tell your great grands stories of you someday, and carry on your spirit and good nature the best we can. You are missed so much and will loved always.

Helen Lowery posted on 7/22/20

Dear MacDonald family, what a blessing your husband, father, grandfather was to everyone who met him. Just the couple of chats we had, I always left enriched by his words and his innate kindness. You were richly blessed with such a wonderful person to love all of these years. I know he will be missed, but I also know you have lots of stories to keep him alive in your heart and mind. Please accept our condolences. Helen and Kim

Beth Mcvay Dymczenski posted on 7/21/20

Leo had the biggest heart and laugh. HeLoved life to the fullest. I am so thankful ourPaths crossed. Prayers.

Brenda Boomsma posted on 7/21/20

Karen,you have my deepest sympathy for the loss of your mother.I came to know her from stories of your childhood.I remember hearing many of them sitting next to you on the very flight across the pond.Try not to be sad you didn't even have an address for her this past year. Just know that your mother has a new address now!!

Christina posted on 7/21/20

I love you dad! Thank you for all the wonderful memories! Viva Las Vegas, your laugh, your jokes, all the great memories, your cooking, the sweet grandfather you were to your grandkids!!! The list goes on! I love you forever! I’m happy you’re not hurting anymore! Love you, Christina

Virginia Wood posted on 7/21/20

Karen I'm so sorry for the loss of your mother I know that it's been hard being kept from seeing her she loved you very much that is something no one can take away

Chad Hulcy posted on 7/21/20

Beth, I can’t believe the news of your passing. You and I had a lot of good times together. I remember us working at the VA together and going through nursing school. We were always there for each other. Although, we didn’t stay in contact as much after nursing school I always remember the good times we had and that’s how I’ll always remember you. I can still hear your laugh and see your beautiful smile. Love you Beth, until we see each other again!!

Tricia posted on 7/20/20

Leo, boy did we have our ups and downs, but we did have many great memories, Las Vegas, Hawaii, and Canada! Those amazing belly out loud laughs.. however, the best, was three amazing kids, Christina Palitti Frazier, Rhysa Palitti Mihecoby, Leo Alexander Palitti and 5 beautiful grandchildren to carry on the legacy. I pray, you have met Elvis and singing Viva Las Vegas.. listening to some jazz with Louis Armstrong.. and sharing stories with all.. Thanks for the memories! Love, Tricia

Ceil Alvarado posted on 7/18/20

Erich such a pleasant person always smiling you will be missed my friend rest in heaven Brittney and Ivan are heartbroken

Donna and Paul Woodbury posted on 7/18/20

Just saw the post this afernoon. So sorry I wasn't there. She will be missed. We loved her very much

Mrs. Ward posted on 7/18/20

My deepest condolences and prayers for all of you. I am praying for your family.

Jill Bergman posted on 7/18/20

Wish I could have been there. So sorry for your loss. Judy was a wonderful person. She will be missed.

Debbie posted on 7/18/20

From day one you always treated me like your sister you were always there for me and my kids I loved you sweet sister you will be missed

Donnie Thomas posted on 7/18/20

From the first time Bill introduced me to you , you always accepted me, loved me, treated me as your own. I'll never forget those fried taters you made growing up bc they were the best I've ever had. Thank you for always being hard on me & speaking truth into my life in difficult times while allowing me the privilege to call you mom. You will never be forgotten & I'm so very grateful that you were a part of my life. I Love you Judy

John Garfield posted on 7/17/20

A good friend and great modeler.

John Garfield posted on 7/17/20

A good friend and great fellow modeler

John Garfield posted on 7/17/20

A good friend and beloved fellow modeler.

Johnny Griffin posted on 7/17/20

Leo was a wonderful man and loved by all that knew him. He was my friend.

Martin D Hrabe posted on 7/17/20

Miss you dear friend

Wendy Finkelstein posted on 7/16/20

So sorry... RIP Leo!

Alexander Allen posted on 7/16/20

Steven was a regular at the shelter and spoke often about his love for fishing. He was kind hearted, funny, and always enjoyable to talk to. God's blessing on you Steven.

Debra Tidmore posted on 7/16/20

Rest In Peace my friend! Will always have you in my heart!!

Crystal Rife posted on 7/16/20

R.I.P. Leo, my prayers and condolences to all that loved you! You will be missed!

Glen Stroud posted on 7/15/20

Leo was one of the kindness, sweet and most Loveable man that you could know ( God knows I've know a lot ) and that has walked on God's earth. I'm 70 and My heart is Truly Broken ....... Lorrie, Holy & Me send our Love Sweetheart ....... God Bless You & The Family .......

Lisa Hubbard posted on 7/15/20

I remember the day I met you! You made me laugh & the rest is history. You will be missed!

Anji posted on 7/13/20

Terri I am so sorry for all you loss! Iam thinking of you and your kiddos! I loved Jim Bullard! RIP Sweet Soul!

Mike Ryan posted on 7/13/20

Rest in peace brother Joe.

Yvonne Kauffman posted on 7/11/20

I will always remember Thomas for his kindness to Stephen and tutoring him in math. Love and prayers to you all.

Christina Rodriguez posted on 7/11/20

Dear McDaniel family,Although Tommy was a couple a years ahead of me in school, I will always remember his smiling, happy-go-lucky personality, how he always brightened the room, and just how kind-spirited he was. My funniest memory of Tommy is probably when a school group of us went to CiCi's pizza for a field trip (I believe for A&B honor roll) and if I remember correctly, he ate at least 56 pieces of pizza! I We were all in shock and awe! The entire McDaniel family has been a special family that I have grown up with at CCA and Calvary Cathedral and I just want you to know how much I love you all and have been keeping you in my prayers this past week. I pray that God's comfort and grace is strengthening all of you and I wish I could give all of you a giant hug right now. You are all in my heart and prayers.We love you,Christina Patton Rodriguez and family

CHERON RHODES posted on 7/11/20

Bob was our special friend over the last 44 years. It was always fun to get together with him over the past many years when we were stationed together twice and in retirement at his and Jennifer’s wonderful hacienda on Lake Worth. He is in my ❤️

Nellie Barnes posted on 7/10/20

Sorry for yall loss I pray that God will continue to be with yall every day to bless yall and help you to stay strong for your family

Lindsey (Biegert) McCray posted on 7/10/20

Marcia, I am so sorry for your loss. Scott and I have fond memories of you and Tommy when we all were younger and you were newly married. It has been years ago since we last saw you, but I wanted you to know that our thoughts and prayers are with you during this very difficult time. Much love to you and your children.

Jane Harris posted on 7/10/20

I am praying for the family.

Kathy Ahlers posted on 7/10/20

Prayers to you and family, Marcia! I am glad Chris andI got to spend some time and got to know Tommy !

David Kotton posted on 7/10/20

My deepest condolences to the entire McDaniel family and everyone who knew Thomas. He was such a great guy. Funny to no end and a fierce competitor. I will miss him, and I pray your memories of him will always be full of joy and happiness.

kelley_mcdaniel@mcdaniel.com posted on 7/9/20

Tommy I will miss you.Until we meet again.

kelley_mcdaniel@mcdaniel.com posted on 7/9/20

Kelley McDaniel

John Richard DeGroat posted on 7/9/20

One of the finest men I've known.......always ready to get involved and help, especially in a cause around Lake Worth. RIP, Bob!!!

Karen Miller posted on 7/9/20

I am so sorry about the passing of your son. The family is in my thought and prayers.

Retta Orr posted on 7/9/20

Tommy was a bright light the minute he was born. Eyes shiny as he looked up at his mama as if to say watch out , I'm here. As daddy and I got him ready to greet the midwife all cuddled in his fathers arms at the back door. Now cuddled in our Heavenly Fathers arms. Karen and Mike, all our prayers, love, and respect to you as you need to travel this broken road of grief. We dont have any words of comfort for this time except clean to your faith and each other

Eric Hollerman posted on 7/9/20

Anne & Steve I am so sorry for your loss. May god comfort you and your family. My wife and I have you in our prayers.

Suzanne Tuttle posted on 7/9/20

Jennifer, I'm so sad to learn about Bob's passing. He was such a fun person and a good friend to the Nature Center. I will surely miss knowing he's keeping an eye on things around the lake. Sending prayers for grace and blessings for you and your family.

Heather King posted on 7/8/20

My dear sweet friend, I cannot fully express the words I want to say. I cannot tell you enough that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your sweet family. I have thought of you and Steve daily, hourly and even by the minute. Please know the entire King family is sending you their love to each and every one of you.

Mary Barnhart posted on 7/8/20

Vinton was a man of deep faith and character but when his eyes twinkled he would come out with an amusing antidote. He loved Carol and his family right after God.

Natalia Renteria posted on 7/8/20

My deepest condolences to your beautiful family. Sending prayersNatalia Renteria

Tom Christian posted on 7/8/20

Vinton Laseter was a man of character and honor, and I was so glad to have had a chance to be a part of his family. He truly inspired me and he will be deeply missed. My deepest condolences to all the Laseter’s.

Gale Cupp posted on 7/8/20

So many memories come to mind as I think of Bob; his friendship is foremost, and his long history of guiding and supporting all the good things for the Lake and for the City. My sincere thoughts are with you and the family Jennifer. I know there are many Monarch butterflies fluttering in his name.

Roxanne Bowers posted on 7/8/20

I am sorry to hear about the passing of your son. Sending prayers

Carrie Akins posted on 7/8/20

So when my Dad passed you told me to grab a coin out of my pocket. You told me to put it in a Bag with the date on it. This way I will always remember the date. I find that coin every now and then. The most important thing I remember how genuine you were. It’s no secret that from the worst of times for you to your best I loved you so very much. You made so much more of a impact on me then you will EVER know. I love you. May you now Rest In Peace my Sweet Loving Uncle. I love you forever

Marisol Castrellon posted on 7/8/20

My sincere condolences. Sharing in your sorrow and keeping your family in our prayers.

Kevin Lorenz posted on 7/8/20

Anne, My wife and I are so sorry to hear about the loss of your son. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers !!

Mike Cronin posted on 7/8/20

I am so sorry for your loss. I pray that you are comforted by God, our merciful Father of the Lord Jesus Christ, who is the source of all comfort. He comforts and encourages us in every trouble.

AJ Finn posted on 7/8/20

My love and prayers go out to the friends and family of Eric Gonzales. This was extremely unfortunate and I am sorry for your loss. God bless

Brad Ornellas posted on 7/8/20

I am so sorry for your families loss. May God and the Holy Spirit watch over you and your family during these troubling times.

John-Michael Picard posted on 7/8/20

We are truly sorry for your loss. Please know that the entire Gonzales family is in our thoughts and prayers.

Julie Perez posted on 7/8/20

Our condolences Steve and Anne. Our continued prayers are with you and Eric in his eternal life.

Olga Phillips posted on 7/7/20

Steve & Anne no words can describe how sorry we are for your loss. Eric my precious nephew rest in peace, you will be missed so very much. I'm not sure our family will ever be the same without you. Olga & Ken Phillips

Jim Adkins posted on 7/7/20

I can hardly believe I’m reading. I thought he was in good health. Jennifer I am so sorry! Cleo and I will be ever grateful for our friendship with you both. God has welcomed him home with open arms. He was a good man and a great human being. He will always be my brother. ❤️❤️

Michael Obiedo posted on 7/7/20

Eric, my brother you are and will always be a true hero and inspiration in my life with your humble attitude and infectious personality. You will truly be missed. Fly with the angels my brother. Much love and prayers.

Jim Adkins posted on 7/7/20

Bob was a truly great friend. He did a lot for me in the years we served together at Peterson AFB In Colorado Springs. We were teammates for several softball seasons I will miss him. God Rest Your Soul Bob Crow!!❤️❤️❤️

Denise Barnett posted on 7/7/20

Too many awesome memories to name just one. You will be missed my friend ❤️

Bob and Cheryl Coltrin posted on 7/7/20

My dear friend of 40 years has moved on. Cheryl and I are saddened by his loss. A better friend you couldn't have than Bob. We will miss you! Jennifer you have been an angel in Bobs life. Our prayers are for you and your family. Please stay in touch. Love always Bob and Cheryl Coltrin

Randy Cribbs posted on 7/7/20

Our friendship was short your memory will live on for eternity, miss you sir.

Debbie Smith posted on 7/7/20

Rip sweet lady. It was a pleasure to know you!

Debbie Smith posted on 7/7/20

Rip sweet lady. It was a pleasure to know, help you. A true lady through and through.

Dr. Marianne DuMond posted on 7/7/20

God Rest You Sir and be with your loved ones at this painful time. It was an honor and a privilege to know you.

Virgie Gonzales-Mireles posted on 7/7/20

Rest In Peace my beautiful nephew in our Lords arms. I will forever miss that extra ray of sunshine only you could give. Tony and I will cherish our memories and wonderful times we had with you. My heart and prayers to Steve and Anne, TJ, Samantha, Bella and Anthony. With much sympathy, Virgie and Tony

Ana Bermejo posted on 7/7/20

Eric was always a JOY to be around! We will miss him sitting at the table at Tia Sylvia and Tio Ralph’s house after a wonderful family time/meals with the Gonzales family. RIP Erik You are loved!

Ana Bermejo posted on 7/7/20

Eric was always a JOY to be around. We will miss him at his Tia Sylvia and Tio Ralph’s table after celebration meals with the Gonzales family. RIP young man you are loved.

Amanda Garcia posted on 7/7/20

My prayers are with you all during this difficult time. We all loved Eric very much and will keep him in our prayers always. Love, Gabriel & Amanda Garcia and cousins Mark, Ava, and Sonny. We love you all so much!

Ralph Garcia posted on 7/7/20

A sweet nephew. you will truly be missed and leaving a hole in our hearts. But your in heaven with Both grandpa's , We love you always !!Ralph and Sylvia

Leah Travis posted on 7/7/20

I’m so very sorry for your loss. My heartfelt prayers for God’s comfort and peace are with you all.

Ronald and Linda Nesti posted on 7/6/20

We were saddened to learn of our dear friend's passing. Bob was one of the finest persons I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. I was honored to be a part of his life and career. RIP my friend. Praying that Jennifer and family are able to weather this storm in grace and serenity. Our prayers are with you all.

Eurico, Ivete e Ericson Strauss posted on 7/5/20

I fought the good fight, I ended my career, I kept my faith ... nothing more exemplary than being a soldier of Christ and the Fatherland that we love so much, he fulfilled his mission joyfully, the ministry he was called to, all the years he lived courageously and built a precious family, we thank the Lord for the time that has passed between us, and for the examples of faith that he bequeathed us. It was difficult but he fought for the right things and did not give up the fight, even in strange lands Vietnam, Germany, Africa and other countries where he passed. It was, but it will remain forever in our memory, in our heart, because it was a son, a father, a husband, a grandfather, a brother, an exemplary soldier, when we saw Grandpa's empty armchair, we will remember the moments we had, the family gatherings , we will have the desire to go back in time, so when we look at a photograph we will certainly notice his meek, smiling, calm countenance, his family members missed his comments, his hymns, his songs, because he not only kept the Word but also he transmitted to his loved ones, fulfilling the prophecy: One generation will praise your works to the other generation (ls 145), if your departure brings nostalgia, we are happy to see that the seed sowed already bears fruit even on our granddaughter when he sings a hymn of praise, How great is our God. Now he, as a good fighter, as an aviator, went up to the skies and went to receive the highest award from our general Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, who is eternal life with God, where we will meet again. May the love of God our Father, Grace and the consolation of the Holy Spirit be with us all.Combati o bom combate, acabei a carreira, guardei a fé... nada mais exemplar do que ser um soldado de Cristo e da Pátria que tanto amamos, cumpriu sua missão alegremente , o ministério para o qual foi chamado, todos os anos que viveu corajosamente e construiu uma família preciosa, agradecemos ao Senhor o tempo que passou entre nós, e pelos exemplo de fé que nos legou. Foi difícil mas ele lutou pelas coisas certas e não desistiu do combate, até em terras estranhas Vietnã, Alemanha, África e outros países por onde passou. Foi , mas ficará para sempre em nossa memória , em nosso coração, porque foi um filho, um pai, marido, avô, um irmão, soldado exemplar, ao deparar com a poltrona vazia do vovô, relembraremos dos momentos que tivemos , das reuniões familiares, teremos o desejo de voltar ao tempo, então quando olharmos para uma fotografia certamente notaremos o seu semblante manso, sorridente, tranquilo, seus familiares sentiram, falta de seus comentários,de seus hinos, suas canções,porque não só guardou a Palavra como também transmitiu aos seus queridos, cumprindo a profecia : Uma geração louvará tuas obras à outra geração (sl 145) , se a sua partida traz saudade, temos a alegria de ver que a semente lançada já dá seus frutos até em nossa netinha quando canta um hino de louvor ,Quão grande é o nosso Deus . Agora ele como um bom combatente, como um aviador subiu aos céus e foi receber a mais alta condecoração do nosso general Nosso Senhor e Salvador Jesus Cristo, que é a vida eterna com Deus, onde havemos de reencontrar. Que o amor de Deus nosso Pai, a Graça e a consolação do Espírito Santo seja com todos nós.

Robert Loomis posted on 7/5/20

Neal was indeed a was a brilliant, kind, and loving man. He and I completed a PhD program in Industrial Engineering. I have never known a more thoughtful person.

Trudy Smith posted on 7/5/20

Joan always spoke so highly of her dad, of how loving and faith-filled he was. What a wonderful compliment for a father! I know he will be greatly missed, and I extend my deepest sympathies to your family, in Christ's love.

Donna Kay Barnes posted on 7/4/20

Neal was a loving son, and thoughtful friend. We share good memories of OSU. He will be missed by many people. Our prayers are with his family.

Tammy Fitzgerald posted on 7/4/20

Sending my deepest sympathy to the Bullard family. Praying for peace and healing.

Joy Neal posted on 7/3/20

Carol, and all of the Laseter family, my heart goes out to you today. Carol, from the time I arrived in Transkei you and Vinton were mainstays for me. Vinton's wisdom and genuine caring were evident to all of us. One fun memory I have of him was when he asked me to play the piano for a Sunday service at Norwood. His song list included "And Can It Be," which I had never even heard of, let alone played. But, I managed to get through it that day -- and it has become one of my favorite hymns. Except for Vinton including it in the list on that one day I played for Norwood, I may never have "gotten acquainted" with this gem -- just one of many things for which I'll always be grateful to have had you and Vinton in my life.

Joel Hunter posted on 7/2/20

Miss you my friend. Missing our morning phone calls. You are missed and God's Speed.

Dusty Walker posted on 7/2/20

So sorry for your family’s loss. We are praying for you all.

Robert Guynup posted on 7/2/20

There r so many memories cant just put one loved every memory we have ever had together brother

Tiffany Simar posted on 7/2/20

My thoughts and prayers go out David’s family and friends at this sad time.

Ginger Bettis posted on 7/1/20

Sweet Beth, rest gently in the arms of the angels. You were and are so very much loved.

Troy Wagner posted on 7/1/20

Vaya con Dios my friendYou're going to be missed by all but especially meTROY

Barry and Sue Bloodworth posted on 7/1/20

Sandra, please accept our sympathy. We have many wonderful memories of times together on Kincaid. Take care. Barry and Sue Bloodworth

Ellen Buckman posted on 6/29/20

Everyone at Brookdale Broadway City View was saddened by hearing of Neal’s passing. He loved talking about his love of golf. Neal will be missed by many. Prayers to his family.

Sheila Hoffman posted on 6/29/20

I am so sad to hear that Beth passed away, Beth took care of my son here in Amarillo she was so good to my son and to us she made us so comfortable She had a very good heart she would always message me and check on my son Even after he was done with chemo, We will miss Beth so much she has a very special place in our hearts, Thoughts and prayers to Beth’s family, I also remember her butterfly kisses You will never be forgotten Beth , We love you, thank you so much for taking care great care of our son and Us also . Rest In Peace

Thank you so much for taking great care of my son and us also posted on 6/29/20

I’m so sorry to hear that Beth has passed away, Beth took care of by son here in Amarillo she was so good with him and us always made us so Comfortable she had a very good heart she would always message me and check on my son even after he was done with chemo, we will miss Beth so much she has a very special place in our hearts !!! Thought and prayers to Beths family, I also remember her Butterfly kisses you will never be forgotten Beth. We Love you Thank you so much for taking great care of my son and us also Rest In Peace

Ellen Pool posted on 6/28/20

Rest in Peace, sweet Beth!

Sareena Howell posted on 6/26/20

Rest easy Beth. You will be missed by many.

McKenzie Payne posted on 6/26/20

I will never forget the time you taught me about butterfly kisses. Fly high sweet lady ❤️

Mel Blossom Jr. posted on 6/26/20

Well I can't believe your gone. I appreciate the tutoring you gave me when I was a SPARKY (newbie) in the maintenance office at VANDERVOORTS dairy. I will miss the breakfast at Cracker Barrel with you...REST IN PEACE old friend Mel Blossom Jr.

Pattie Skeen posted on 6/26/20

To all of Freda's family, I'm sorry for your loss. May God comfort & bless you.

Brenda Gantt posted on 6/25/20

We are deeply sorry to hear the passing of Sue. I loved her like a sister. We had so many good times together and were family for 38 years. A truly amazing and loving person is now a real angel with wings. So very sorry for your loss Terri and Debbie.

Marci Musgrove posted on 6/25/20

Mrs. Cox, Our personal family, and our Bulldog families are listing you in our thoughts and prayers as always. We love you and know that you will be comforted by knowing that your father is now with our Savior.

Teresa Adkisson Quinn posted on 6/25/20

To the Van Slyke family, You all are in our thought a prayers. I hope each day gets easier, even though I know you have some rough days ahead. If you need us please let Chris or I know. With Love Chris and Teresa Quinn

Teresa Adkisson Quinn posted on 6/25/20

Chris, oh my friend, to hear the news that you went to your forever home hit us (your class mates) hard. 50 years old, now days seems to be such a young age, knowing we are not promised another day, still in the back of our mind we think ahead. Sad thing is we have plans, but plans dont always work out. Although we didnt see you and your family much, doesn't mean you were thought of. When you hear this kind of new about a classmate, all you can think about is "when you met that person, and what you remember during that time." High School was a blast just knowing you, you always were making people laugh. I would put you in the class clown group of guys... RIP my friend... Class of '88

Cindy perez posted on 6/25/20

To Janet I’m sorry for your loss. You have my prayers and condolences.

Anthony Rhynes posted on 6/25/20

To Janet and her family. You have my deepest condolences for your loss. God saw a flower that needed to be planted in his garden. May God strengthen you and your family.

Angelia Williams posted on 6/25/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you all. May you find comfort in each other's company. I only learned of Chris' passing on the 25th.

Christan van Slyke posted on 6/24/20

Special, funny memory: Uncle Chris took me to practice driving my first time. It was a standard and a complete disaster. I knew at that moment that automatic vehicles were for me and standards weren't. I've never driven a standard since. Was very thoughtful of him to take the time to take me for driving practice. Very dear memory with my uncle Chris.

Christan van Slyke posted on 6/24/20

All our love and deepest condolences to my cousin's, Uncle Chris's siblings, mom and wife. Prayers.

kim davis posted on 6/24/20

Kathi,LarryJoe,Adam and myself are sending our thoughts and sympathy.Praying for you and your family.Friends from alto tx.

Robyn Steward posted on 6/24/20

So sorry for your loss Todd. I will be praying for you and your family.

Terry Scott posted on 6/24/20

Deepest Condolences for your Family's Loss.

Melissa Lopez posted on 6/23/20

You will be remembered as the nicest Project Manager I’ve ever known, he was nice when he did not have to be, it was just his nature. May you Rest In Peace CVS.

Sally Zischke posted on 6/23/20

I am so sorry for your loss!

Laura Geisel posted on 6/23/20

So sorry.

Carol Langley posted on 6/23/20

I am very sorry for your loss.

Mary Sims Sterba posted on 6/23/20

So very sorry, praying for you and your family. Rest in sweet peace.....

Deitra (Summers) Mitchell posted on 6/23/20

Prayers & blessings for this family Gone too soon but never forgotten

Cheryl Harrell posted on 6/23/20

God Bless the family May you Rest In Peace,

Family posted on 6/23/20

His family will be there. Its a public place. We deserve peace

Someone who did care posted on 6/23/20

This needs revised. His poor family.

Lily Loviscek Bean posted on 6/23/20

I am sorry to hear. Condolences to you and your family.

JC posted on 6/23/20

HE HAS MORE FAMILY THAN LISTED. HOW DARE YOU BE SO HEARTLESS

Kellie Wells Bunch posted on 6/23/20

What great memories as teenagers. Chris and the Van Slyke family always treated me so well. I'll never forget.

JC posted on 6/23/20

HE HAD MORE FAMILY THAN LISTED!!! HOW DARE YOU BE SO SELFISH

Bill and Leslie Donahue posted on 6/23/20

Hannah, Brittany and family, We are so sorry to hear of your dad’s passing. We pray you can find comfort in your memories. We are lifting up prayers for all of you at this time.

M.Cross posted on 6/23/20

James and Billy I know that this is tragic for you as well. My deepest sympathy to you and your family's. Prayers for softening the heart of others.

Amy Fulton posted on 6/23/20

Fly high, Austin!

Amy Fulton posted on 6/23/20

Fly high, Austin!

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Keishia L Franklin posted on 6/23/20

So sorry for your loss...Prayers for you and your family.

Ashley cheek posted on 6/23/20

I’m his little sister Ashley an I would like to be able to come to my brother funeral

CINDY M BARRETT posted on 6/23/20

Sorry for your loss, but please include Billy Cheek as his father in the obituary.

Lora Carlson posted on 6/23/20

So sorry for your loss. Thinking of you and your family Janet.

Kathryn J Fidler posted on 6/23/20

Prayers and love.

Kathryn J Fidler posted on 6/23/20

Your son was a joy to have in Kindergarten most of the time.

Steve Forse posted on 6/22/20

Barrett’s Friendship

Doug Arnold posted on 6/21/20

Worked as a bus boy at the Cattleman's in Dallas, on Live Oak in the early 70's Sammy was Ray Dunn's and my boss!

Jennifer Jones posted on 6/21/20

I couldn’t have been more saddened to hear about the loss of your mother....my aunt Freda. I know that we live so many miles apart and time has a funny way of passing so quickly. There is not a year that goes by that I don’t flash back to the holidays we all spent together at grandma Ballew’s house or the summer Misty and I spent there with her playing with the wild bunnies Ezra got for us. I can remember those times like they were yesterday and especially remember the way your mom could tell a story and your dad would roll his eyes as if to quickly dismiss it! I laughed at the CB story and thought about how time changes things so quickly, but how vividly I could recall all of the cb equipment in your childhood home. My deepest condolences to you Amanda, Misty, Rhonda and Debbie. I love you all and hope you find comfort in each other and the wonderful memories you made with your mother in the time you spent together. Know that your mother’s hopes and dreams live on in each of you.

Helen Caldwell posted on 6/20/20

It was a beautiful service. So sorry I couldn't be there. I loved Freda more than just a mother-in-law. She was always ready to do anything for us, coming up the hill and seeing if every thing was alright and visiting for a while and bring some goodies she had made. She made roast & gravy for Ben's last meal. Even tho we didn't see her much in the last years, I held nothing against her. She is with Jesus,Terry & Gwen, whom she loved so much, and soon I will join them

Drew Simmons posted on 6/20/20

Lovely lady. We will miss her, but so happy she is in Heaven.

Debbie Littlepage posted on 6/19/20

I'm so sorry to here about Frida's passing my heart goes out to the family she will be missed dearly

Eric Riggs posted on 6/19/20

Could not have asked for a better Mother in Law. Always made sure I had Unsweetened Tea to drink when I came over to visit. Freda, you did a fine job raising your girls and will be missed by many. Go rest high on that Mountain!

Pat Crowder posted on 6/17/20

Freda was a special sister-in-law. She was always gracious and soft spoken. We spent many a hour playing cards. She loved her family with all her heart. She was a Christian who showed her faith to others by her actions. Freda will be missed but not forgotten. Prayers for the girls and their families as they continue on.

Ava Batiste posted on 6/16/20

Freda quickly became my other sister when she married Terry, bringing 3 wonderful girls into our family. I loved to listen to her stories, drawing you in with such drama and anticipation. She had a delightful sense of humor, which was put to the test often by Terry's dry wit and sideways looks. The perfect traveling companion, always ready to embark on any adventure with a big sigh and "OH my!" I've missed seeing her the last few years and will miss her even more now. Her greatest legacy are her girls who will always carry her in their hearts. Peace and love, Freda. Time to rest.

Joe and Sarah Martin Bemrich posted on 6/16/20

I could always count on "Miss Freda," for a kind word, a sweet compliment, or a text or email of encouragement. She was especially thoughtful during my family's losses, offering prayers of love and strength. I am so sad that she suddenly left us, but grateful for her affection, and love. Deborah, Rhonda, Misty and Amanda, our deepest sympathies. Joe & Sarah Martin Bemrich

Sharon Underwood posted on 6/10/20

Precious Georgia our thoughts and prayers are with you, family and friends.

Vikki Linderman posted on 6/9/20

Georgia, I am so sorry for your loss. I never got to spend time with this man but I know he made you happy and that you were loved beyond measure. My dear sweet friend please call me, i have a big "Spot" hug for you, I love you girl

Lindsey (Hearne) Hush posted on 6/9/20

My thoughts and prayers go out to the Dodd family. Tammy, Qwen and Ricky if you all need anything please do not hesitate!! I love you all... Lindsey and Kylei Hush (Hearne)

Richard Wayne Baxter posted on 6/7/20

A good friend in our Elementary school days always thought about you and your family and where you ended up.RIP my old friend.

Daniel Novak, Ph.D. posted on 6/7/20

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Deborah Caddy/The Women's Center posted on 6/7/20

Sandra, I am so sorry for your loss. Larry sounds like such a delightful, bright, and engaging man and I know he will be missed by all of you. Sending prayers for good memories, peace, and strength during this time.

Rhonda Williams posted on 6/6/20

RIP Chuck! You will be missed!

Jodi Hissam posted on 5/29/20

Think aboutchya often.

Jodi Hissam posted on 5/29/20

Think about ya often! Ya crazy ol coot!

Nancy Ingalls Crane posted on 5/29/20

My memories go back to when we where young we would go for long walks and talk about how we hope our future would be like. We skipped rope and had fun together with my sister Sharon Ingalls Smith. ❤

Karen Lewis posted on 5/28/20

RIP, Mrs Davidson. Condolences and love to your family.

Heather Jamieson posted on 5/27/20

You will forever hold a candle in my heart. You were the light to so many. I love you Nanny.

Mike and Claudia Lowman posted on 5/27/20

Jim and family; both Claudia and I are so saddened to learn of Linda’s passing. We remember her well. She was a wonderful person, a true soccer mom and an all around passionate loving family wife/mom. Our deepest sympathies to everyone in the Jenkins family. God bless you all. Mike and Claudia Lowman

Cindy Brown Harding posted on 5/27/20

Dar Jenkins Family,I am so sorry to learn of Linda's passing. Linda was such an amazing worker in PTA and I enjoyed getting to participate with her. She always had a great attitude and a "can-do" spirit. Please know all of Linda's family is in my thoughts and prayers.

Caren Phillips posted on 5/27/20

Dear Jenkins family,I want to extend my condolences on the passing of Linda. She was such a happy spirit at Midtown Church of Christ and in PTA for the Birdville school district. I remember how I needed someone to do an installation of officers for my elementary PTA. Linda graciously gave up her evening to help. She did such a great job making the ceremony meaningful. I was so grateful for her help. At church, I remember her as the center of the family, always making sure that Jim and the kids had everything they needed. I remember seeing Whitney’s outfits every Sunday, and thinking that if I ever have a daughter, I will dress her just like that! I have to smile when I think of Linda, there are only good memories!

Joy Funderburk posted on 5/26/20

Linda, you have always been and are my 2nd soccer mom, a caregiver, friend, and mom to all of my soccer brothers, and the reason I met my best and life long friend, Kylene. My most precious childhood memories are of you taking us to endless soccer practices,games,burgers lake, the park, camping lookouts,and running a muck in your house. You were a constant and consistent that never made us afraid. You are a true treasure to all. Thank you for being you, appreciating friends, fam and even English soccer team coaches to teach us kids true Soccer! Jim, Jared, Hunter, Whitney and fam...you have an amazing guardian angel looking over you now and forever, thank you for sharing her life here with us and know she is in my heart and so many others.

Tonya Jenkins posted on 5/26/20

Aunt Bettie, we love you! Love, Tonya, Mike, & Chance

Cindy Funderburk posted on 5/26/20

Linda, I will always remember your beautiful smile and vivacious laugh. I'm so thankful for the way God wove our lives together. As high school girls and later as the mom's to our boys.....I know as years separated us then we picked right back up and if life had not gotten in the way I feel we would have done the same again. Your kindness, helpfulness and simple willingness to take care of my kids at a moment's notice will not be forgotten. Your fun spirit will always be remembered as well. I am thankful indeed that I know we will see each other again. No more tears, no more pain but together again.

Diane Baughman posted on 5/26/20

Sorry for the loss of your Beautiful Mom. May she rest in Peace. May God carry you this very difficult time.

Diane Baughman posted on 5/26/20

So sorry for the loss of you Beautiful Mom. Prayers for you and you Family. God Bless!

JAMES STOKES posted on 5/25/20

Nanny I Love You and will miss you.

Karen Arnold posted on 5/25/20

I love you Mama and I will miss you

Mary jo posted on 5/25/20

Rest in the arms of jesus

Kathy McCann posted on 5/21/20

Memories of our loved ones is a precious thing so always keep the memories of Lynda in your heart and think of them often. Prayers for Lerae and the family.

Jan Meade posted on 5/21/20

Dean has spoken very highly of you & his family over the years. May you Rest In Peace, Barrett. ✝️

Kimberly Reed posted on 5/20/20

Dear Bryce, Allison, Ava and family, I will be praying for each of you today, tomorrow, and in the days ahead. Kimberly Reed

Barb Burton Macino posted on 5/20/20

I am heart broken about the loss of Barrett. I wish I could be there for you Dean and Helen. You both were right by my side with Jason. I’m sending love and saying lots of prayers. God bless you and your family.

Lou Slaton posted on 5/20/20

The Slaton Family is holding you all close in thoughts, prayers and our love. Our son, Sam thought the world of Barrett and is so very sadden over this loss of his high school friend. May God hold you all close in his loving arms during this difficult time. Lou and David Slaton

Jason & Stacie Lerma posted on 5/20/20

A Best friend he was and he loved our family unconditionally and was always there to listen. Barrett will be missed so deeply and we will remember all the great times together living next to each other. Our hearts and prayers go out to Alli, Bryce, Ava and to all the families. May God Bless you all. We love you all.

Lori & David Snider posted on 5/20/20

David and I are so very sorry for your loss, you all are in our prayers.

Amey Foust posted on 5/19/20

Oh sweet neighbor, our heartfelt condolences to each of you during this time. ❤️

Bart and Fran Harmon posted on 5/19/20

Our deepest condolences to the family, your in our prayers.

Stacie & Jason Lerma posted on 5/19/20

Our deepest sympathy and our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. We love and will miss Barrett deeply.

Craig and Audrey Bean posted on 5/19/20

Barrett was one of our sons friends. We watched Barrett grow up and enjoyed every minute we spent with him. We are so sorry to hear about his passing. We will keep you in our prayers.

David & jacqilyn davis posted on 5/19/20

Sorry to hear of your loss.

Sharon Hargrove posted on 5/19/20

I am so sorry for your loss. Barrett was a bright and energetic man. He was always someone that would talk to everyone and made everything fun. He always talked about his family and I know they meant everything to him.

Gina G Gonzales posted on 5/17/20

I was so sorry to hear of Sheryl's passing. My thoughts and prayers to Don and her dad in this difficult time.My first memory of Sheryl was meeting her when I started working full time at General Dynamics after graduating. I was excited to be working with another female engineer and Sheryl definitely kept me on my toes those first few months of training/mentoring. She was very professional but also super nice!I learned a lot from her in those first couple of years; performing Environmental Control System analysis, how to load a computer tape (if you don't know what this is, keep reading), how to verify the work, how to present the work, etc.While we didn't get a chance to continue working together very long, I know that those first years with her mentoring me had a huge impact on how I continue to work as a Engineer.

Doug Winemiller posted on 5/16/20

So sorry for your loss Doug and Travis prayers for you

Susan Watson posted on 5/15/20

My heartfelt sympathies in your loss. I know my parents cherished the friendship that they shared with Pearl and Manning. Pearl was a special friend to our mother, Claire, and they spent many hours playing bridge. Your family is in my prayers.

Paula ingalls posted on 5/15/20

Diane was the sweetest and most caring person I have ever known. I'll never forget our last phone call just a week before she was such a good listener. Love you Diane R.I.P

Karen Lee Collins posted on 5/14/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with Don ,Bob and their families. Sheryl and Don were always very kind and thoughtful to our family especially our parents.

Nancy Downing posted on 5/14/20

We became friends years ago in church. Even though I moved, we stayed friends on Facebook. I will miss our talks.

Angela posted on 5/14/20

Mickie posted on 5/13/20

James was my best friend for a long time and I cared deeply for him. I'm glad he found happiness with his new wife. I will always love him for the friendship he gave me. He will always be in my thoughts, he is worth those memories.

Lee Brown posted on 5/13/20

My prayers are with the family and friends. Don and I grew up together and our families were dear friends. I met Sheryl several years ago and the one thing I remember was her caring smile and how polite she was. May God Bless you all.

Stephanie and Larry Woodward Jr posted on 5/13/20

I cannot express enough of the greatest sorrow for the loss of Mike. Larry and I and our families have our prayers for Barbara and all of hers and Mike’s combined families. He will be missed forever and his memory will live forever in our hearts. It’s with great honor to have known him , for all he did for Barbara and all his entire family and friends. May the Lord heal you, carry you, and give you strength forever and ever. Stephanie and Larry Woodward Jr

Tony Joe Winkler posted on 5/13/20

The best cousin I ever had, he was the one that stood up for me in high school and taught me the ropes my freshman year. I love you bro and miss you

Jim Gasner posted on 5/12/20

I met Sheryl and Don through our mutual work at GD-Lockeed. She was such a dedicated worker but with the sweetest temperament of anyone. Always ready to help or offer guidance and encouragement. Such an angel on this earth that fought so many battles I didn't even realize. May she be surrounded by the peace of our Lord now. And I pray for comfort for all her loved her, especially Don, as they remember the beauty that was Sheryl. God Bless!

Felicia Hanna posted on 5/11/20

Ahola family my thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Mike was my co-worker, and then my friend. I remember when he met Barbara, he would light up when he would talk about her..... and his kids he was so proud of them, I think he got taller with pride.My old friend I will miss you.

Pam Ehlers posted on 5/10/20

B.B. and family: My sincerest condolences in the loss of your mother. Pearl was a very special person. I loved visiting with her because she was a dynamic conversationalist. She was so well read that she could converse on any topic which was very entertaining. I know all of you will miss her deeply. Her grandchildren should be very proud of her legacy. They were blessed to have her in their lives. God’s blessings to you as you morn her loss.

Linda Lane posted on 5/10/20

It truly was an honor and a privilege for me to care for your mom this past year! She was a very precious jewel!

Patti and Bob Curry posted on 5/10/20

Dorrie, your mother sounds like a wonderful wife, mother, and grandmother. She certainly raised a beautiful daughter! My prayers are with you and your family. Love patti

Melissa Susan Russell Clay posted on 5/9/20

Praying for you and your Family during this difficult time. Rejoice in your memories.

Sherri & Neil Mitchell posted on 5/9/20

Dorrie, Keith & family, Our hearts go out to you in the loss of your mother. We know you were very close. Thinking of you. Sherri & Neil

Sherri & Neil Mitchell posted on 5/9/20

Dorrie, Keith & family, Our hearts go out to you in the loss of your mother. I know you were very close. God grant you peace and comfort.

Alton and Julie Pierce posted on 5/8/20

In memory of a wonderful educator.

Alton and Julie Pierce posted on 5/8/20

This picture was taken probably one of the last times Pearl and Barbara were together. Pearl ended up staying a week. They went to Orange Beach, sat on the porch and had a wonderful time together.

Lillian Abshire posted on 5/8/20

"MOOSE" was a kind and caring person. I always enjoyed our connections. . I love and miss you my precious cousin.RIp

Tom Fee posted on 5/8/20

I am so very sorry, Tonya.

Tom Fee posted on 5/8/20

I am so very sorry, Tonya..

Donna Joseph posted on 5/8/20

I'm sorry for your loss I will keep you lifted in my prayers

Donna Joseph posted on 5/8/20

I'm sorry for your loss, I will keep you lifted in my prayers

Cindy Hatfield posted on 5/8/20

Margie was a sweet lady. I didn't get to know her until the last couple of decades. She was very kind when she would call the church and never wanted to put anyone else. Her presence has been missed since she was home-bound and if is wonderful to know we can visit again i eternity.

Bobbie Marshall posted on 5/2/20

Teresa and family, My heart and prayers go out to you. Forever let Billy RIP...Teresa I am here for you. I prayer for you for peace and strength. A love that will never end and live in forever in your heart..with prayers my friend

cindy mitchell posted on 5/2/20

What can one say about 50years of friendship? I will forever love you, you will forever be in my heart

Carly Cabe Payne posted on 5/1/20

I can't to one-day pick flowers with you again Uncle Billy.

Joe Bosley posted on 4/30/20

I wish to express my deepest sympathy to the Hernandez family. I have such high respect for Juan in his work TCC. He always showed wisdom and joy and he was a great technician. His calm spirit kept us all focused on the real meaning of our duties. May God bless all of you!

Olga and Tom Coar posted on 4/30/20

Sorry for your loss. Juan was a good friend to our family. We will miss him at Christmas we looked forward to his yearly visit to come eat tamales. Rest in peace.

Lisa Vogtle posted on 4/30/20

I had met Johnny (Juan) through my very close friend (& his sister, Mary Lewis). He was such a great guy, charismatic, and funny. I felt like I've known him for a while from the loving stories that his sister would tell me. My condolences to his entire family. May he rest in Peace.

Sandra Ortiz posted on 4/29/20

To the Hernandez family so sorry for your loss may God be with you to get you through this and know that Juan will always be with you!

Ronnie Morrow posted on 4/29/20

Claude was a great step dad he taught me alot about getting my life together and sometimes we did not see eye to eye but we always work it out.Love you Claude and RIP.

Alison posted on 4/26/20

Jackie I cannot think of anything more trashy or degrading than the message you posted to this condolence page. You have not served well as the "love of his life" in his death, I can only imagine the heartache you must have caused in life.

Bodie wasson posted on 4/25/20

R.I.P grandma I love u

Jackie Broussard posted on 4/24/20

Kristian, I am so sorry you feel that way. Perhaps I should share the text messages that exchanged between you and your Dad's phone oh yes and CC's also. I'll be happy to post the website where they and other vital stats about our family can be found. Oscar, CC's daughter, unwed pregnancy, the list goes on. May you RIP

Sherrie ALEXANDER posted on 4/22/20

HAPPY Brithday Jerry you are truly missed, Rest in Peace, Enjoy Your heavenly home..

juan lopez posted on 4/21/20

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Linda White, Bereavement Coordinator, Heart to Heart Hospice posted on 4/17/20

We, at Heart to Heart Hospice, offer our deepest condolences for your loss.We consider it an honor to have cared for Mr. Broussard and supported your family during his last days.You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Amy Jennings posted on 4/16/20

Theo, my best friend across the street of Wren Haven. I’m thankful to have walked and talked with her this side of heaven. I have so many fond memories and stories stored in my heart. The time she accepted our invitation for Thanksgiving was contingent if I was making dressing to go with the turkey and for always leaving the yard light on to keep me company. Theo was kind, thoughtful, and a wonderful story teller making me laugh and cry in one sitting with her. She longed for the day to see Jesus’s face, and to think she is sitting at the table with all of the saints this Easter rejoicing Halleluiah. With deepest sympathy, sadness, & sweet blessings to all who have known her.Amy & John

C. Martin posted on 4/13/20

To the Family of Theo: We remember the many good times we had over the years with your mother and grandmother. She was thoughtful, generous and beautiful. Our condolences and best wishes to all your family. Christine Ogden Martin and Moreland Martin

Bill and Becky Creed posted on 4/12/20

Robin, I am so sorry!! Brenda has no more pain no more suffering. I know it’s hard to let her go but God was ready for her. You will be in our prayers! Just know she is with the angels now and her family that are there were waiting on her with a big hug! She will be there for you one day waiting to give you a big hug too! Hold on to that peace!! Love ya, Bill and Becky Creed

Albert Whitney posted on 4/10/20

Brenda and I met when her family moved to Paris, Texas after her Dad retired from the Navy. Even though I lost track of her for many years, she remained my lifelong friend. Fly with Angels Sweet Girl.

JD Jones posted on 4/8/20

My sincere condolences Deana and the entire Morris family. Ray was one of the good ones. Hope you have comfort in the good times.

Glen Allison posted on 4/7/20

Dave, so sorry to just learn about Dillon. I remember him as a very young child and how proud you were to call him your son. It has been many years and many miles since I have seen you but both Pat and my heart go out to you. I know it has been awhile but may you find comfort in knowing so many care. God bless and comfort you and the family. Your friend always

Nicole Rapolla posted on 4/7/20

Rest In Peace!!! Your. In heaven with your wife ! I will always remember the memories in Guam!!! I know you know you will be forever in your daughter and grandchildren’s hearts forever!!!

Kimberly Reed posted on 4/6/20

Jimmie, Vicki, & Girls,Oh the memories we shared together and way to many to even begin! Lots of favorites flowers is my mind,too-The Best was just sitting and visiting with you,The laughter .....your sweet smile, Jimmie shaking his head at us, and the dog running around! I will miss you my 2nd mom- you were always encouraging, and “stylin in your jewelry and clothes”. You will be missed by all who knew you- you touched many lives- and the Legacy left behind through Vicki and the girls-Jesus and FAMILY #1 with Jimmie as your #1 everything-PRICELESS. My memory that I hold onto-our time together! I look forward to seeing you again one day and I am so Thankful that you were part of my life

Kristian Rivera posted on 4/6/20

I think it's great to hear of my Daddy's passing through a close friend of mine instead of his wife who blocked us from all communication the last year of his life. He was my Daddy for almost 40 years and the only grandfather my kids ever knew. None of us were even mentioned. Just erased from his life by his "love of his life". What a joke. Such a tragic ending for us all with unnecessary estrangement. A complete waste of time. We loved you Pappadeaux. We always loved you. RIP with Momma! ❤

Glen Allison posted on 4/6/20

Chief Gene Springer, I worked for you for 13+ years and never in my 47 years of law enforcement did I ever work for a man I respected and loved more than you. It was my pleasure to serve under you as a patrolman, Sgt. and as Captain of the Saginaw Police Dept. Knowing your family and working with Delores at the Tarrant County Sheriff Dept. was another pleasure. So sorry to just now learn of your passing. No doubt you are a special angel in heaven. Thanks for all you and I shared between us. I’ve never had a better friend. I love you Chief

Judy Anderson posted on 4/6/20

Our MS4 man. So sorry to hear of John’s passing. A great fun loving guy that has left us all too soon. My condolences to Jackie and the family.

Mca Jean Gholson posted on 4/6/20

For a dear friend...

Ken Kryska posted on 4/2/20

I first met Ray in June of 82 while working in Tech Pubs (IPB) at General Dynamics. During that time we formed a small group of guys ( Mike Jackel,G. T. Burch, Ray & myself). We all hung and played together doing various things such as Pulido’s Mex, Detroit Grand Prix,Woodward Cruise,TX Speedway, F/W Stockyards, and other things that have become tradition & requirement over the years. There will be a void with Ray gone but the traditions & requirements will still live on and along the way Ray will always be with us and honored with us as he was. My deepest sincerity to Ray & Deana and family with love.

Anthony Gordon posted on 4/1/20

Each Sunday we would have a church service at 2:00 pm at Hill Villa and he and Mrs. Mary were always there. He would always greet me with a hand shack and say, "Hey boy", I loved that. He loved The Lord and I loved him as a brother in Christ. Jude 24

Anthony Gordon posted on 4/1/20

Each Sunday at 2:00 PM we would have church services at Hill Villa (Worth Baptist) he and Mrs. Mary were always there. He would greet me with, "Hey boy" and shack my hand. He was a man that loved The Lord.I loved him.

Linda Munn Violante posted on 4/1/20

i came to your wedding. I worked at the Penny’s in North Park Mall. I also remembered how beautiful Susie was. Thought I would type her name in only to discover she passed away. So very sorry. May God always bless your family.

Bill bubeck posted on 3/30/20

Larry was one of the nicest people I had the pleasure of working with at Winn/Dixie. A true gentleman. My condolences to Debbie and Wesley.

Jo Ann Sellars posted on 3/27/20

So very sorry to hear about the passing of my dear friend Gloria. She brought love and kindness everywhere she went. My deepest sympathies. Hugs and prayers to Bob and the family.

Tania posted on 3/27/20

Holding your family in my heart.

Beth Moreland posted on 3/27/20

Remember him well as we grew up together. Sorry for ur loss.

Tammy Milligan posted on 3/27/20

I love you Aunt Gloria, I was blessed to know you and be loved by you.

Lisa Case aka Lulu posted on 3/27/20

I will miss Christmas with you aunt gloria. It will never be same and I remember going to Galveston as a child with you & uncle Bob such beautiful memories of a beautiful woman . RIP and fly high . You will be missed

Michael G Jackle posted on 3/27/20

2016 in the Ft Worth Stock YardsMike J, Ray and Kenny K.

Michael G Jackle posted on 3/27/20

Society lost a true gentleman and a really cool guy. Ray always brought a touch of class and a sense of humor to everything he touched. I worked with Ray for many years at GD/Lockheed. Ray always gave you his best and his work was world class. I hung out with Ray for many years playing darts, barbequing and riding motorcycles, I will always consider him a great friend. My sincere condolences to Deana and the entire Morris family.

Jerry& Dale Reed , Kimberly Reed posted on 3/27/20

Randall will be missed by all who knew him. We will be praying for the family as they walk through the days ahead.

Gina Lee posted on 3/27/20

So sorry for your loss. Prayers for strength and peace during this challenging time.

Shauna Mullennix Smity posted on 3/26/20

I knew Randall from attending Azle school's with him. I last spoke with him at a school reunion last summer. He was a very kind and caring person. My condolences and prayers for comfort for you all.

Tracy Eastridge , posted on 3/26/20

Kathy , Kendall , and Andrew — the girls and I are so sorry for your loss . Please let me know if there is anything I can do

Bill & Nancy Henderson posted on 3/25/20

I worked with Ray and Deana both at Lockheed Martin. Deana, we're so sorry for your loss. Ray was a good man. You and the family are in our prayers. Bill & Nancy Henderson

Kerry Kavanaugh posted on 3/25/20

I worked closely with Ray for many years. He was always very professional and a great friend. He will surely be missed.

Don and Leona Wade posted on 3/22/20

Ray and Deana have been great friends for years. We enjoyed many motorcycle rides, dinners out, and other fun times. He always had a smile on his face and a fun story to tell. He will be greatly missed.

Sonny Sagstetter and Dwanna Thomas posted on 3/22/20

Ray was always a pleasure to be around........always happy! We will, always, remember the hard work he put in for the company holiday meals making it so special for the groups! Keep beautiful memories close to your hearts

Djthomas357@att.net posted on 3/22/20

Dwanna Thomas

Stan Cole posted on 3/22/20

You can go to all the races with Gerald now.

Cindy Kendig posted on 3/22/20

So sorry to hear of Ray’s passing. He was a good friend and coworker and will surely be missed by those who knew him.

Debra Camp posted on 3/15/20

Janie and family, our hearts are hurting for you, as we know you will miss your beloved Dale. Please know you are in and will be in our continued prayers. Love Billy and Debra Camp

Gloria Wiggins Edwards posted on 3/14/20

So very sorry to read the passing of my cousin. My deepest sympathies. Hugs and prayers for the family.

Jeanelle Roberts posted on 3/14/20

Such a sweet, caring man. I will remember him with affection!

Jeanelle Roberts posted on 3/14/20

Such a sweet caring man. I will remember him with affection!

Kim Campbell posted on 3/14/20

My prayers for you and the kids. We loved Dale tremendously

James & Lottie Holmes posted on 3/13/20

We will never forget how very good and kind you’ve always been to us . We loved you as our own . You will always have a special place in our hearts . So until we meet again , In The Sweet By and By , we will always Love you .

Craig Hall posted on 3/13/20

I am glad that I worked with Steve at Greenwood. A true professional, sincere and an overall great man. The world needs more people like Steve.

Chance Dixon posted on 3/13/20

Can’t wait to see you again brother. I’ll do my best to be here for your wife and kids, my sister Janie. Enjoy our Jesus. Until we meet again

Shela Miller posted on 3/12/20

My thoughts and prayers to all of you. Isaiah 43:2. When you pass through the waters, I will be with you. ❤️

Maria Caira posted on 3/12/20

RIP Uncle Barry. We will miss you always. I hope you are with your big sister Sally now. Be at Peace. Miss you both like crazy.

Jill posted on 3/11/20

Rest In Peace Barry! We love you and we will see you soon! We will miss your optimistic outlook on life and all of your truly amazing stories that kept us laughing for hours!

Ed Flory posted on 3/11/20

So many fond memories of Mark living the law of reciprocity, generously giving and selflessly serving so many. He loves his family. He loves people. Mark was the best to my Sister and my Mother. I attest he was a master on the grill and smoker. He is more alive today than ever before through faith in Jesus Debbie, remember the fond memories and prepare for reunion one day. Thank you Mark you made this place a much better place. Indeed you left your mark.

Russell Allen posted on 3/10/20

I enjoyed working with Steve for many years at Greenwood Funeral Home. He was a kind, soft-spoken and gentle-hearted man who genuinely cared for the many families he assisted over a long career in funeral service. He will be missed but never forgotten. God bless you dear friend.

John Goobeck posted on 3/10/20

I enjoyed working with Steve while he was with us here at Greenwood, as well as after he retired. He helped us with out of town gravesides quite often during his retirement. He will be greatly missed by all of us!

Cynthia J Mosley Myers posted on 3/10/20

I met Steve in 1968 - 69 when he worked for Gause Ware Funeral Home in Haltom City and sang in the choir at Friendly Lane Baptist Church (I was the organist for the church). We had many good times "after hours" at Gause Ware playing and singing on the "rinky tink" piano with Gary Moore who was a student at SWBTS and later music director at First Baptist Dallas. Those were good days and fond memories. So glad that Steve had Deb and Shannon for the best and last years of his life. We will meet again in Heaven.

Melanie Hicks posted on 3/6/20

Praying for you Gail!!!

Dana Roberts posted on 3/4/20

Thinking of you all and praying for comfort during this difficult time. I have lots of good memories of Aunt Janie and our cousins.

Dana Roberts posted on 3/4/20

Thinking and praying for comfort during this time. I have lots of good memories of Aunt Janie and the cousins.

paul wheeler posted on 3/4/20

I worked with Noah years ago in Albuquerque. A good man who Loved God. I'll miss you my friend.

Charlene Smith posted on 3/4/20

Praise the Lord he’s in heaven now!

Steve and Terry Rosentreter posted on 3/3/20

Your two brothers and three sisters miss you very much! You brought us tons of happiness into our lives!

Clifton & Tammy Stidham posted on 3/3/20

We are saddened to hear about the passing of this wonderful man who touched the lives of many people and especially our youth at Pleasant Retreat UMC. James attended Big House with our youth as their Mission projects during the summer. We will truly miss him. Praying for peace and comfort for family and friends.

Clifton & Tammy Stidham posted on 3/3/20

James was a wonderful man and will be missed by his former church members at Pleasant Retreat UMC in Tyler. He touched the lives of many of our youth when going on mission trips to Big House. Sorry we are just now learning of his passing. praying for comfort and peace with his family and friends. God Bless! Clifton & Tammy Stidham

Dee Dee Thompson posted on 3/1/20

Janie was a long time friend who went over and beyond with her kindness, not only towards me, but to my entire family! We shared so much over the years- from the time we met as school Counselors, and at holidays, birthdays, etc. I learned to be a better cook because of her. She always was bringing wonderful food to her school family, as well as to our home! I loved her and her family, and I know this ANGEL is dancing above being united with those loved ones that went before her. Her life touched so many! I am so blessed to have called her "FRIEND!"

Linda OBrien posted on 2/29/20

We were so blessed to meet Granny Fox.She was an amazing woman ♥️

John L Putz posted on 2/29/20

Scott, you will never be forgotten. I will always be grateful to the friendship we shared and the mentorship you provided. You had a way of bringing out the best in people and showing them they could do more than they thought they could. I miss you brother. Till we meet again!!!

Debbie posted on 2/29/20

I couldn't have aaked for a better mother-in-law than Janie. She will live in our hearts forever.

Steve& Nancy James posted on 2/29/20

Miss Janie You Brought So Much Love and Light To Our Lives . We always Loved to talk to You and The Update On The Grand Kids . You Where The Most Kind Giving Person We have ever Known . The Lives You had a Hand in To Make Them for The Better .You and Darrell Fly High and one I will See You again.. Linda and Family We are sorry for Your Loss . I am Praying for You All.

Cedric Lenox posted on 2/28/20

We were both kids when we met each other at Youth Camp Program in Milton, Florida, as a youth counselor, and you were about to graduate from the program in a week. You took me under your wings because I was a new staff and it was my first time moving out of my home town. I still remember you with your bright smile and laughter that week, and we both gave each other hope. We keep in touch until you graduate from high school, and you became my little brother. We finally reconnect back in 2012 on Facebook when I was starting teaching, and I still remember you told me you had never forgotten me because I made a significant mark on your life. Again, Josh, actually, you left a mark on my life, and I will never forget you, and you will always be engraved in my heart. Sleep well, my little brother. Love you always. Please pray for his wife, kids, and his family & friends. Josh Brunkhardt

Steve Reinert posted on 2/28/20

Scotty, I forever will remember you for your enormous heart. You always told it straight and people respected and flocked toward you because of your humble demeanor and brother like attitude. Until we meet again Brotha! -Rhino

Little Larry posted on 2/28/20

People say when one of your parents die so does a part of you. I never really understood what that meant until today. I could always ask mom, how did that happen or how did I get this scare and she would always remember. When we would tell her that we loved her. She would always respond “that she loved us more. “ I believed her because the way she loved her family and her friends with her whole heart. A lot of people did know that she was my first valentine and the love of my life. I will miss you mom. ❤️

Valerie Marchese Korbar posted on 2/27/20

Scott, you’ve always been a warrior. You are one of the best friends I’ve ever known and I miss you every single day. Godspeed.

Michael Turner Russell posted on 2/27/20

My brother,You were my big brother and my friend. My go to for almost any question. I hope you and Richard are drinking coffee and laughing. I know you both are watching over us. The hard work is done. Your family and friends will take care of the rest. Until we meet again. You are forever in my heart.

Wendy Dixon posted on 2/27/20

Scott - I miss you Brother, but know I will see you again! Family & Friends - He taught us all how to be a great friend, how to enjoy life, and to laugh often. We honor him by sharing these lessons with each other. May God give you peace and comfort.

Linda Bryant posted on 2/27/20

I love you and I'm sorry I couldn't be there for you when you needed me. I'll always cherish the good times we had when you were little. You'll always be in my heart. Rest in peace my first-born.

Leslie Engelmann posted on 2/27/20

Working night shifts with Turner at VR was an honor. He would always teach me something new about the planes. The Navy was a better place because of him.

Howard Daniel posted on 2/27/20

Turner Family, Our family grieves with you in the loss of Scoit. We pray that God gives you peace during this time. God Bless!

Vic Tornero posted on 2/26/20

Rest In Peace Brother.......condolences and prayers to the family.

Gordie Lewis posted on 2/26/20

Scott and I shared many things. We were Sailors, Airframers, Aircrewmen, loadmasters and crew chiefs, but most of all we were friends and he will be in my heart forever. My love and prayers to his family especially Lexi

Greg Cantwell posted on 2/26/20

Miss you every day brother! Miss our daily calls and coffee. Thanks for all the memories which I will Cherish for the rest of my life. Until we meet again.Love you,Greg

Zach Wyant posted on 2/26/20

Scott- Already missing you brother. We got Lexi's best interest at heart and we will continue to love and support her no matter what. See you when its time for me to come home. Love ya man- Z

Glynna Marlett posted on 2/26/20

Miss you already , see you again .

Shela Miller posted on 2/25/20

Marvin & family. My thoughts and prayers to you. My favorite verse Isaiah 43:2. When you pass through the waters, I will be with you. ❤️

Shela Miller posted on 2/25/20

My thoughts and prayers to Marvin & Family. One of my favorite verses is Isaiah 43:2. When you pass through the waters, I will be with you. ❤️

Carol Moore Lenser posted on 2/25/20

Josh was my nephew and I loved him and the girls dearly. I will miss him dearly. I pray that his girls grow up to know what a truly wonderful person he was and how hard he worked to be the best father he could be. My condolences to his wife and other children, who are missing a huge piece of their lives and to Josh's other family, who have lost a beautiful soul. I will miss you bud.

Patricia Moore Kinnie posted on 2/25/20

Joshua Jacob came to stay with me in Vermont after going through a rough stint of bad decisions. When he came to my home, my boys LOVED him. He was such a soft spoken guy, and always helped around the house.I spend endless hours talking with Joshua Jacob (that is just what I called him), and got to hear the story of his life, how he saw it. Having made many stupid mistakes in my life, I encouraged him not to give up on life, and not to let his past define his future. Not too long after, he met the mother of his children; who also spent a lot of time at my house. I glowed when Joshua Jacob became a parent, because he not only did it well, but LOVED his babies, all of them!Last time I talked to Joshua Jacob was about a month ago when I again harassed him for the girls' sizes, so I could buy them outfits for when they came to visit this summer. I feel blessed (and thank God every day) that the last words he said to me were, "I love you Auntie". I loved how he called me Auntie (Not ant, ie, but Awntie). It echoes in my head.This has left my family reeling too. He was lost from our lives for most of his life, and we were all Very thankful that we finally got the chance to make him part of OUR family too.I take comfort that he is with his Aunt Leah now, as well as so many others who have gone before him, and I look forward to seeing him in the next life.I will miss him SO much!

Patti Voith Alworden posted on 2/24/20

Momma Ruby.... you have been one of my "moms" since jr high days... i will always remember your smile your hugs... our phone conversations... i love you , Fly high dear Momma Ruby... ill see ya at the gates one day ! patti

Scott Powell posted on 2/24/20

My prayers are with you Jennifer and your family. Sorry for your loss.

Donna Mylius posted on 2/24/20

Heidi was such a wonderful lady. She was all about her family and loved going to her grandchildren's games. She always had a special gift for making people feel welcome. She loved unconditionally and with her heart and soul. I never her ever say something bad about someone, nor did I ever hear a bad word from her lips. She was such a sweet lady and will be greatly missed.

Don & Virginia Fabas posted on 2/24/20

Our prayers are going out to the family. Will remember that beautiful smile and a twinkle on her eyes. She had shown me all of her pretty hats lined on her back room wall. She often talked of her love for her family. She will be missed.

Genny Zapata posted on 2/23/20

I knew Heidi when our kids we’re young. Always a smile on her face. Looks like she ADORED the grandchildren. What a huge loss for everyone. Condolences to all.

JT Morgan posted on 2/23/20

I dealt with Dianne & Frank professionally for 25+ years and just know that there are not more fair minded or candid people around! He will be missed. So sorry for your loss and Frank’s family is in my prayers. JT Morgan

Shauna Pratt posted on 2/22/20

I was so very saddened to hear of Dick's passing. There are so many memories. He taught me how to groom Scotties and to handle in the ring. I remember learning to play pinochle and have started doing so again with a meet-up group. He was a wonderful friend and was always giving of his knowledge and self. All of my sympathies go out to Carla, Lisa and Lance as well as the rest of the family.

Gayle Sanders posted on 2/21/20

Karen Safford was a beautiful child of God, who lived her faith, daily. She loved her God, her family and her friends, in that order, and she was true to each one, always. I was blessed to be one of those dear friends and I will cherish her last words to me, forever - “I love you.” I will see you, again, in Heaven, dear friend. I love you!

Joe and Letty Brown posted on 2/21/20

We had some great times with Frank and Dianne at Eagle Mountain Lake. He will be missed. Sending our deepest condolences to Dianne and family

Jim S Bell posted on 2/21/20

Geneva, I can't be there to celebrate your life, but you will always be in my heart. After all, you were my Mother-In-Law for 25 years. Be with Paw Paw in the arms of Jesus.

Amy clark posted on 2/20/20

He will missed by all who were lucky enough to know and love him. Condolences and love to DiAnne and family ... He was a great man and a great uncle and husband and father to his family...I send lots of love to his family and my condolences to everyone at this time....

Eugenia Brackeen posted on 2/20/20

My prayers are with you in this time of sorrows

Brenda Thurmond Dean posted on 2/20/20

My prayers are with you. In your time of such a great loss.

Karen Murayama posted on 2/20/20

He will be missed by all who were lucky enough to know and love him. Condolences and love to DiAnne and family ❤️

Sharon Hale posted on 2/20/20

So very sorry for your loss! 47 yrs of marriage really brings lots of wonderful memories.You are in my prayers! God bless!!!

Melissa Obrien posted on 2/20/20

So sorry for your loss prayers with you and your family love you

Donna McCauley posted on 2/20/20

My condolences

Bubba Griffin posted on 2/19/20

Tommie don't know what to say but I will cherish the times and memories that I had with you when we would go to the ballgames and working the windy ryon. You have been a good friend to me all of my life I am going to miss you a lot my friend until I see you again on the other side. God bless my condolences to you Angie and the family

Your Cousin, Nicole S. posted on 2/19/20

My Most Dearest & Cherished Cousin, Jimmy. I will never forget the adventures we had when we were kids. Some of my happiest memories, ever. You were and will always be my most favorite male cousin, always. I love you, I miss you and you will always be in my heart.

Juanita Sykes posted on 2/19/20

Rest In Peace sweet Aunt!

Dawn Greene posted on 2/19/20

I love you Grandma thank you for loving me.

Jenny & Kirk Byrom posted on 2/18/20

Prayers to all the family & friends that so loved your Granny! Prayers for strength & healing hearts! Her presence sure will be missed but I KNOW the whole family has peace knowing that she is eternally home!

Kim Mccann posted on 2/17/20

My love and prayers for all you, prayers for peace and comfort .

Kim Mccann posted on 2/17/20

My love and prayers to all of you! Prayers for peace and comfort ♥️

Nick and Samantha Seli posted on 2/16/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. God blessed you with Pat for 88 years now she is at Our Fathers side eternally.

Diana (Brush) Mayfield class of ‘71 posted on 2/14/20

Although, I never knew her, she was a Richland Rebel. She was and will always be Rebel family. Prayers for her family.

Kelly Carson posted on 2/12/20

I haven’t seen Whitney in a while, but I remember her smile and sense of humor. I’ve known her since we were 12 and I’m so sad she is gone! RIP

Brad and Debbie Daniel posted on 2/12/20

We are so saddened by the loss of Whitney. Our hearts go out to those she left behind...Brian, Harley, Cooper, her mom and all her dear friends. Any time you saw Whitney, she had a smile on her face. You knew she loved life and was a happy, happy person. She was taken too soon. You all are in our thoughts and prayers as you deal with your pain and grief. We love you guys!

Jeff Kays posted on 2/11/20

Whitney was the wild child. As Tim said we all grew up going to St. Timothy in Bedford. Whitney will be missed by all but on a good note her and Jeff are dancing the night away

Tim Cook posted on 2/11/20

We all grew up together while at St Timothy CP Church in Bedford. I’m sorry for your loss.

Linda Tyson posted on 2/11/20

Joyce I’m so sorry for your loss

Kelli Oliver posted on 2/11/20

You will be greatly missed.

Lynn posted on 2/11/20

R.I.P Don Houston I never will forget the time when my family and I visited Dons house, and out in the garage was a sight to behold! A light blue and silver 1964 Corvette, I was only about 12 years old at the time, but I will never forget that day! The car was Incredibly done. Thank you for that memory Don, may you rest in peace.My heartfelt sympathy to the Family.Lynn

Holly Cox posted on 2/9/20

I MISS YOU SO VERY MUCH

Wesley and Vickie Coles posted on 2/8/20

Aline was such a sweet lady- May she Rest In Peace after being sick for so long - Linda you Troy were such great caregivers to your Mom. I know there were times when she didn’t make it easy. She loved you guys!

Hogye Hogle posted on 2/7/20

Everyone has described Mike perfectly. Always smiling and laughing. Always called him Mr. Corn Kit and Pan Kit! Rest in peace my friend.

Nancy Cisneros posted on 2/6/20

All I really remember of her is a sweet, gentle Christian woman. May God grant those who love her peace and comfort.

Pam Simmons posted on 2/6/20

She was my 2nd Mom!!

Kristi McKinzie posted on 2/6/20

I always enjoyed our visits when you came into the office. You always had me laughing. You will be deeply missed. Rest in peace my friend.

Wesley Beard posted on 2/6/20

I am sorry to hear about Jimmy. He was a great person and always put a smile on all our faces in High School. Please accept my deepest condolences to the Klein and Moreno Family. Your son made a lot of people happy.

Amber rose posted on 2/5/20

Truley going to be missed your laugh and the love you had for everyone just amazed me RIP jimmy

Kelly Heathington posted on 2/3/20

Mike was a very kind person who could always make me laugh. He taught me so many valuable lessons in life for which I will always be grateful. Really sad that he is gone. My prayers go out to Nyla, his family and friends.

Dale Henry posted on 2/3/20

Prayers and thoughts go out to all the family.Always enjoyed talking to this family when they first came to Springtown at the Cafe and the Bank. Got to visit with them and talk to them weekly.Prayers

Taneisha Penny posted on 2/3/20

Coach Jimmy, I remember how you would get the kids hype in Pee Wee Football. It was so fun to watch you on the field. Thank you for your time and great heart you had for the game and the kids. RIP CoachTaneisha PennyKa’vante Ivory

Lakisha Clark (Hall) posted on 2/3/20

Jimmy you will truly be missed. I know that this is hard for a lot of people to cope with, but I know you are in heaven smiling down on us. Rest up my brother!!

Marlene and Larry Rondeau posted on 2/3/20

Charlie I hope that our Lord brings you and your family and Ruby’s family the much-needed peace during this sad time. Our condolences to you and your family.

Bridget Kilroy posted on 2/3/20

You will be missed Jimmy.

Gilbert Hobbs posted on 2/3/20

A great friend who will be truly missed

Randy Eagleton posted on 2/3/20

A great guy who always had a story to tell and could make you laugh . One of the best "horse traders I've ever knew" I will miss his warm friendship . He is in a better place with no more pain. We will meet again!

Michael Sean Hagler, son posted on 2/3/20

My heart is full of love and appreciation for Nyla, her son Bryce and Parker for being there for my dad all these years. I know that my Granny, his mother Joyce is waiting for him in heaven with a giant helping of chicken fried steak. Their love was unwavering. I wish for hope and healing during this sad time for everyone.

ROGER GENTRY posted on 2/3/20

MIKE WAS GREAT FRIEND AND PERSON WE WILL MISS HIM.

Phillip Cortez & Family posted on 2/3/20

Sending love and prayers from El Paso to everyone who knew and loved Jimmy. May he Rest In Peace and that your family and friends find comfort in each other & God’s unconditional love.

Mr. Ramos posted on 2/2/20

My you find peace in heaven and your family find peace on earth.

Judy Williams posted on 2/2/20

Love and prayers to all of you.

Deborah A Mitchell posted on 2/2/20

I didn't know you very long, But what I did know you were one of the "real men" you were honest, loving to your family and friends, I am so sorry you have left this world leaving a hole in the hearts of many,

Dee Dee Thompson posted on 2/2/20

Linda helped so many with her service to Tarrant County Sheriff's Department. What I will cherish is the memory of her sense of humor and the phone conversations we shared! No one loved her family or her pets as much as she did. Rest in Peace my friend!

Robert Dewey Dossett posted on 2/2/20

Jimmy was always a stand up guy to me, as a brother in law, and after as well! He always put his son and family first and was a great father!!!! My prayers to all of you who knew him, the world is a lesser place with him gone..

Robert Franzen posted on 2/2/20

You are greatly loved and you will be missed ..

Kathy Movsesian posted on 2/2/20

Jimmy was the alphabet of life. Without him I have no words. He was the dictionary and defined life. He can not be replaced and his soul was stolen but his spirit lives on within all the lives he touched. My son, my hero will live on.

Naomi Moreno-Cortez posted on 2/2/20

Jimmy BOBO! Oh how I miss you so much. It hurt so bad to say goodbye yesterday. I hope you were able to hear the songs I played you. I have so many good memories of you. You were my first best friend. Remember that time we ditched school to see Wayne’s World 2 and then went to Subway and one of our teachers saw us?! Or the time we went to the Mongolian BBQ restaurant and made special plates? I love you Bobo. I am dedicating my next 1/2 marathon to you and every run after. You’ve impacted so many people Bobo. “Birds sing, we swing, birds fly by and everything is like a dream.” I just have to say one last thing....Did you know...I can count all the way to shfifty five?

Tammy Craig posted on 2/2/20

I love you Jimmy! You were such a good son, especially while Matt was deployed! I’m going to miss you but I’ll never ever forget you! I love you!❤️

Marla workman posted on 2/2/20

Linda you will be missed RIP

Kristen posted on 2/2/20

While I don’t recall the first moment we met, or how our friendship came about, I do remember that knowing and loving you was a great adventure. From Freshman year until the day you held me on the side of the road, as I cried, saying goodbye. I on my way out to California, you, a best friend, not able to come with. There were countless hours spent rehearsing for your theatrical pursuits, contemplating the real meaning of our favorite songs, predicting our futures and solving all the worlds problems. Whether it was just a bad day at school or in the worst days following the death of my boyfriend, Bo, you brought your beautiful smile and contagious laughter, hope and encouragement to any situation. I truly treasure the Christmas we spent in Georgia, but even that turned into an adventure when I missed not one, not two, but three flights coming home. I won’t argue about whose fault that was, but as smart as we both were, sometimes we were rather silly. Like the time we drove my soft top convertible through the drive through car wash. Oh, the laughter we shared as we tried to stop the water from leaking in by holding our hands to cover all the holes. Lol. Or how you couldn’t miss a good modeling opportunity, when it came time for my Senior photo shoot , you were right there in them❤. In all the big and all the small moments of high school, you were there. Clearly, I am not the only one who knew that you were one of a kind though, you were loved by so many. In the years that have past since the last time I visited you, I have often recalled your encouraging words, kindness, humor and honesty. You impacted my life in a larger way than I realized until now. This world, my world, was a better place with you in it. Sweet friend, I’ll pray each day that your soul finds the Peace of God’s eternal promise and that you have finally found that it HAS truly all worked out in the end. You will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with the Moreno Family.

Renee Welch Acuff posted on 2/2/20

I was in such disbelief when I got the news. You were on of a kind! My kids loved you and have always called you "Uncle Jimmy". You were never be forgotten. We love you and will miss you! Fly high angel..

Jennifer Gelski posted on 2/1/20

Such a giving and loving heart. Always the first to step up when someone you love needs something. I am honored to call you brother and so very grateful that you were a part of my life. Thank you, Jimmy. Love Always,‘Ferf

Kariann Craig posted on 2/1/20

You were the best other brother from another mother anyone could ever ask for! I dont know if i could have survived being a single mom to such an inquisitive and eager to know everything son if it wasn't for all the time and attention you gave Trey when he was younger. I know your finally at peace love your other little sister

Richard Garcia posted on 1/31/20

I took donnie back and forth sometimes to the electric cowboy off camp bowie i graduated in 88 but i had many cool outtings unfortunately no pics were taken but the photos in my head lives gonna miss dondon rip myfriend

Lenda and Jerry Tedder posted on 1/29/20

Praying God's comfort for you all

Alice Kimbrough posted on 1/29/20

With prayers and deepest sympathy...sending love and hugs...

Alice Kimbrough posted on 1/29/20

Loved Mrs Druxman! She was such a doll! Prayers for all...

John Curry posted on 1/28/20

I have the fond memories of my long ago time with your family. Your mother was small in stature but had a big personality. I am so sorry for your loss.

Jeanie Gorham posted on 1/24/20

May God give you peace and comfort. Thinking of ya'll. He was always so good to me and my Dad and Mom thought the world of him.

Steve and Karen aspicer posted on 1/23/20

You are all in our thoughts and prayers

Mark Bethany posted on 1/23/20

Life was a lot different now then on Cypress St back home. Had lots of good times shooting fireworks, shooting (or trying to shoot) bats flying around the street light with a BB gun, star gazing with your telescope and climbing the hill, by your house, in the old willy's jeep. I so wished I had done more to connect again after you retired. Thanks for the occasional FB messages. You will be missed by many. Rest easy sir.

Kim Bishop posted on 1/21/20

R.I.P Jean ❤ sending lots of love and prayers to family.

Misty H posted on 1/19/20

You and your family are in my prayers during this difficult time. From the FWPD family.

Mirelys Calise posted on 1/19/20

Please receive our deepest condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Kelli Hayes posted on 1/18/20

Sorry to hear about the loss of your mother.

Roger Hudson posted on 1/16/20

Mike you will be dearly missed. I am very great full for the friendship of you and your family. We hunted, we fished, we played and we prayed together. Eternal rest grant unto you Mike, oh Lord, let perpetual light shine upon you, may your soul and the souls of all the faithful departed Rest In Peace my friend.

Marsha posted on 1/16/20

You were always my hero! I loved you more than you will ever know! My heart is broken!

Pam Pruitt posted on 1/16/20

I only met Randy a couple of times but found him to be a joy to know. He will be truly missed by all that knew and loved him

Jenni Lynne posted on 1/15/20

Mike I haven’t had the good fortune of getting to see you in a while. No matter what you always could make me laugh sooo very hard my ribs were usually sore for a while after you had left the house!! I always enjoyed you and the guys telling stories! You are really gonna be missed by anyone that ever had the blessed opportunity to have you be in their lives .. even if was brief. Cuz ya always knew how to make a lasting impression!! I know we will see each other again soon!!

The Flores Family ~ Buck, Kris, Cody, Michael and Matthew posted on 1/14/20

It's hard to accept that a good soul like you had to leave so soon. You will be missed and our fond memories forever cherished in our hearts. Our deepest condolences go out to the family. We love you all.

Jeff Stevens posted on 1/14/20

Mike you will be dearly missed. We had greats times together back in the day. Going Hico with Jason Stuck and Myself fishing and Hunting. Until we meet again.

Robert Kirk (Matco guy) posted on 1/13/20

I always enjoyed talking with Mike wry Friday. He smile and laughter always made me feel better. His hunting and fishing stories always had his humor mixed in.God Bless Mike

Hal & Dee Sinclair posted on 1/13/20

Fly High Mike ❤️

Hal & Dee Sinclair posted on 1/13/20

I have great memories of you brother. I am going to miss you & your laugh. Hard to believe still that you’re gone. Save a seat for me. Not goodbye but see you later. Love you Mike. Hal Wish Hal’s phone would ring to hear hi sweetheart and get to talk to you again. We love you Mike. RIP Dee

Paula Tulloch McLeod posted on 1/11/20

I sat next to Becky in the HPU band my freshman year, she taught me alot and was wonderful to me . I had lost track of her but am sad to hear that she has passed.

Wanda Jackson posted on 1/10/20

I didn't know her personally but my mother Dorothy Whitten worked with her. She spoke highly of her. I'm so sorry for your loss. I will keep you in my prayers.

Stephanie Harp posted on 1/9/20

I am absolutely heartbroken to hear this news. Words cannot describe the shock to hear that she is gone. She was such an amazing woman and absolutely full of life and love. I will forever cherish the friendship we had and the countless RadioShack Girlie Dinners that we shared over the past 20 years. She loved her family so incredibly much and was always so excited to share the newest pictures and stories with us at our dinners, while at the same time being just as excited to hear what was happening in all of our lives. I am at a loss for words, other than I know she is in a better place with her Heavenly Father and those that preceded her in death. I love you sweet friend. You will forever be in my heart.

sylvia m snook posted on 1/9/20

RIP MARGARET

Marco Kathuria posted on 1/9/20

My wife and I were very sad to hear about the passing of Mr. Pack. Although we never met him our friend and his son, Bobby Pack, Jr., is one of the most generous and uncomplicated people we know. We assume that he acquired these attributes from his dad (and mother!).Bobby Pack, Jr often talked about his dad and how he was firmly committed to ensuring the best for his family. I understand that when his son exp