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Nancy (Wannow) Hill posted on 3/18/19

Attended junior and senior high with John. He was one of those individuals who could be friends with anyone. I’m so very sorry to hear of his passing. My thoughts and prayers for his family and friends. May your memories bring you comfort.

 

Cindy Hollenback posted on 3/18/19

Many wonderful high school memories with John. He was always fun to be around and could certainly make us all laugh. We certainly spent some time "not" attending class when we should have. My thoughts and prayers to his family and friends.

 

Cindy Hollenback posted on 3/18/19

Many wonderful High School memories with John. He was always so much fun to be around, and could certainly make us all laugh. Unfortunately sometimes we spent more time cutting class than actually attending!!! My thoughts and prayers to his family and friends. RIP John

 

 

Sean Ciszewski posted on 3/17/19

I’ll never forget when my Uncle John had bought me my very first drum set. What an inspiration and start to my musical talent. Will always miss my Uncle John!

 

Daana Slocum & Wayne Kent posted on 3/17/19

John was not only our friend, but more like a brother. He always made us smile and laugh. He is the one that introduced Wayne and I and we will be forever grateful. We were also so blessed to get to Lynda and loved them both. We will miss you John, but you will always be in our hearts.

 

Ed Brooks posted on 3/17/19

Don and I worked together at Pratt & Whitney and again at RCA in Palm Beach Gardens. We played a lot of golf together at PGA National. I have very fond memories of Don and enjoyed our brief friendship - my condolences to Pat sad his family.

 

 

Shela Miller posted on 3/16/19

Chance, Micah, Teresa and family, My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

 

Danny Carroll posted on 3/16/19

RIP Coach, prayers for the family

 

Elaine Mieth posted on 3/15/19

She left a beautiful legacy in her sweet daughter Ginger!!! We are grieving with you Ginger for your loss but celebrating that she dancing a streets of Gold!!!! And she met Jesus face to face!!!!! What a reunion that will be !!!!!

 

Myra Eudy Law posted on 3/15/19

I knew Pat in High school at Poly. We were just friends, but teased each other about our names... Fruity Eudy and Patricia. Just always had a soft spot in my heart for he and Buck. Really nice guy. 💕

 

Diane Davie Shire posted on 3/15/19

Phil was such a good friend to my dad, Jimmie Davie. I have thought of him and your family often over the years. I am happy to learn that Phil had a long and happy life and express my condolences to your family.

 

Rob Graham posted on 3/15/19

The class of 1986 thank u Chucky much love to Charles and Richard to Mrs Tasha. Lester was always a great guy since study hall in Junior high sometimes we got caught in the in just surviving that we forget to live I'm great ful the last time i came to Cameron .l had the privelege of seeing Lester for a,couple of hours it was just like old times.Lester always had a positive impact he would analyze the situation before he just spoke about i always respected that .I'm great ful to my other classmates like Angie johnson and whoever was able to speak with Lester before he passed friends and family are priceless .I'm.greatful to have called Lester my brother and my friend and was so thankful to know he was a powerful man of God in the way he lived his life. Rest in peace brother until we meet again your friend rob Graham

 

Sandra Carter posted on 3/15/19

May the Lord surround you in love and strength. Remember all the good times.

 

Sandra Carter posted on 3/15/19

May you find love and strength from the Lord. Remember all the good times. Love you

 

Sandy Pierson posted on 3/15/19

Nancy was one of the few "happy" people I've ever known. She will be sorely missed and in particular that special smile always on her face.

 

Don and Anne simms posted on 3/15/19

Justin, we are thinking of you during this difficult time. It is so hard to lose a parent.

 

 

Linda Stephens posted on 3/14/19

You were such an inspiration to your siblings and family. Thank you for accepting me as your other Mom & I'm so proud & honored to call you son !

 

Angela Girgenti Klice posted on 3/14/19

Dear Justin, I'm so sorry to hear of your father's passing. My prayers are both you and your family during this time. May your memories of your Dad comfort you all in the days to come.

 

Sheila Davis Rhinefort posted on 3/14/19

Uncle Pat was my favorite uncle. I always looked up to him. I remember him making me laugh with his Donald Duck impersonation.

 

Jennifer Ugarte posted on 3/14/19

To Mr. Thomas’ loved ones, I’m so sorry for your loss. I can only imagine how you must feel. I have found comfort in scriptures like Job 14:14,15 which remind me that God cares so deeply for us that he yearns for the day when he will bring us back to life on earth (John 5:28, 29). These words fill me with the hope of seeing again the ones that I have lost. I hope that these words bring you comfort as well.

 

Jennifer Ugarte posted on 3/14/19

I’m so sorry for your loss. I can only imagine how you must feel. I have found comfort in scriptures like Job 14:14,15 which remind me that God cares so deeply for us that he yearns for the day when he will bring us back to life on earth (John 5:28, 29). These words fill me with the hope of seeing again the ones that I have lost. I hope that these words bring you comfort as well.

 

Jennifer Ugarte posted on 3/14/19

I’m so sorry for your loss. I can only imagine how you must feel. I have found comfort in scriptures like Job 14:14,15 which remind me that God cares so deeply for us that he yearns for the day when he will bring us back to life on earth (John 5:28, 29). These words fill me with the hope of seeing again the ones that I have lost. I hope that these words bring you comfort as well.

 

Elaine posted on 3/14/19

My deepest condolences to the Family on the lost of your dear loved one may God who binds up the broken hearted and comforts all who mourn strengthen you and give you peace in your time of sorrow (Isa 61:1,2)

 

 

Kenn & Cletus Smith posted on 3/13/19

Lisa & Blair, our thoughts and prayers are with you & the family.

 

Boots Hubbard posted on 3/13/19

Lester Thomas as I knew him, was a Man who "walked with GOD", from the very first moment of our friendship he spoke of GOD. When I would ask him how he was doing, he always turned that question around to asking me, how I was doing. He cared more about others, than himself. His intimate relationship with GOD revealed to all of us a precious way that he had learned to pray. He called God's Son....."Your Darling Son-JESUS" What a great title, one I will never forget. GOD had taught Lester to pray. Then Lester taught us. When I asked him what he wanted to do with his life, without hesitating Lester said: "I want to be a prayer warrior, talking with GOD about everything in this life and the one to come." I learned much from this man, especially how to be better at praying. GOD blessed us with Lester Thomas for a short time, but we all are better for having known him. His Heavenly FATHER is pleased with Lester's life, and his earthly family should know what an impact that Lester made on all of us. His spiritual legacy will last for a life time, and then beyond.

 

 

Sharece Jones posted on 3/13/19

I enjoyed taking care of Miss Peggy she was a very happy sweet lady I took care of her for 2yrs until I moved away my heart 💔😭 and my heart goes out to the family her daughter is a very sweet lady as well Linda Britt

 

Lisa posted on 3/12/19

My deepest condolences to the family. Losing a loved one in death is one of the most difficult things to face. All suffering and death will soon be eliminated and we have the hope of being reunited with our loved ones who have died. (Revelation 21:3,4; John 5:28,29; Isaiah 26:19) While on earth, Jesus demonstrated his ability to bring Brady and others back to life. (John 11:11-44) May these scriptures bring some consolation until that time comes.

 

Hope posted on 3/11/19

My sincere condolences goes out to the family during this difficult time. May you find a measure of comfort in God's promise at Revelation 21:3,4 where we look forward to a time when there will be no more pain and death any more.

 

Hope posted on 3/11/19

My sincere condolences goes out to the family during this difficult time. May you find a measure of comfort in God's promise at Revelation 21:3,4 where we look forward to a time when there will be no more pain and death any more.

 

Hope posted on 3/11/19

My sincere condolences goes out to the family during this difficult time. May you find a measure of comfort in God's promise at Revelation 21:3,4 where we look forward to a time when there will be no more pain and death any more.

 

Hope posted on 3/11/19

My sincere condolences goes out to the family during this difficult time. May you find a measure of comfort in God's promise at Revelation 21:3,4 where we look forward to a time when there will be no more pain and death any more.

 

Beth Tucker Strayhorn posted on 3/11/19

I can't remember a year that Donnie and I weren't in the same classroom or homeroom. He was always a very nice,polite and kind friend. I will miss seeing him at our reunions. My sincere sympathy to his wife and daughters.

 

Mike Bell posted on 3/10/19

So sorry for your loss. Don was a truly nice guy and a gentleman. I first met him when he interviewed me for a position at Convex. I am honored to have known such a nice person and a true leader.

 

Christy Weaver posted on 3/10/19

Peggy was such a dear woman, classy and beautiful and her love for the Lord was evident to all who knew her. I will miss her very much

 

Bobby Crenshaw posted on 3/10/19

I am sad to hear of Donnie’s passing. My brother and I lived on Jefferson Street for longest time. All of us were part of Jefferson Street Boys and we had great time growing up . Very fond memories as kids and Perry boys were part of our childhood. Our thoughts and prayers for all of family. Bobby Billy Crenshaw

 

 

Carolyn Scharringhausen posted on 3/9/19

I will truly miss you. You are now with our Savior.

 

Shirley Davis McClendon posted on 3/9/19

Sandra was my best friend growing up in Poly! She is the one friend who stayed a part of my life for all these years. We had some wonderful fun filled adventures together through our young school age. When I moved to Granbury in 2000, we got the opportunity to visit more. I will always cherish the memory of my special friend, Sandra, her easy infectious laugh and sense of humor. Love you, Sandra!

 

Robert Odell posted on 3/9/19

You were (and still are) an inspiration in my life. When I first met you, I came to your house to pick up my future wife (your daughter, Terri) for a date. I had no idea (at that time) that you were going to be my Mother-in-law. I am very proud and honored to be part of your family. Mom; you are dearly loved, and I will miss you very much.

 

Robert Odell posted on 3/9/19

You were (and still are) an inspiration in my life. When I first met you, I came to your house to pick up (your daughter) my future wife for a date. I had no idea (at that time) that you were going to be my Mother-in-law. I am very proud and honored to be part of your family. Mom; you are dearly loved, and I will miss you very much.

 

 

Jennie and Jimmy Reeves posted on 3/8/19

Sending our deepest sympathies to Kate, Carolyn and the family! So very sorry for your loss.

 

 

Joan Phelps posted on 3/8/19

Babe, we spent 18 wonderful years together expecting more years in the future but God had other plans for you. It is so quiet in the mornings without you. You always had bacon frying. The TV up so loud and the dogs running around because you were an early riser and I liked to sleep later. Now I am up earlier and I miss you so. You are now in the presence of the Lord where the light always shines and you are having a great time with the loved ones who have gone before you, even all your little dogs. Sleep well sweetie and we will meet again. Your loving wife (Betty Boop)

 

 

Hadlee Holt Jackson posted on 3/8/19

Deepest heartfelt sympathy and prayers. Thank you for all the wonderful childhood memories, I'll always carry you in my heart.

 

BISHOP MICHAEL BURGER posted on 3/8/19

DR. CAROLYN BELT, YOU WERE AN INSPIRATION FOR MANY. YOUR LOVE FOR JESUS AND YOUR FAITHFULNESS TO THE WORD IS UNCOMPARED. YOU WERE ONE OF MY BEST FRIENDS. I WILL MISS YOU. BUT, YOU ARE IN HEAVEN INTERCEDING FOR ME AND OTHERS NOW. I WILL SEE YOU AGAIN SOON...

 

BISHOP MICHAEL BURGER posted on 3/8/19

I AM GOING TO MISS CAROLYN. SHE WAS ONE OF MY BEST FRIENDS. HER LOVE FOR LIFE AND FOR THE LORD WAS UNLIKE ANYONE I KNOW. SHE IS AN EXAMPLE OF A LIFE THAT WAS TOTALLY SOLD OUT TO JESUS. I LOVE HER SO MUCH. NOW SHE IS IN HEAVEN INTERCEDING FOR ME AND MANY OTHERS. ONE DAY I WILL BE REUNITED WITH MY FRIEND........

 

Zachary Albritton posted on 3/8/19

I’m going to miss my grandma so much but one thing she passed on to me is the love of art and the Lord I’m going to miss her talking to her and staying up late with her I loved her so much

 

MB posted on 3/8/19

My world will never be as bright as it was with him in it.

 

Frank Chaloupka posted on 3/8/19

She was like a second mother to all of the neighborhood kids. She lived next door to us for many years.We celebrate her life and give our condolences to the family.

 

Laura Grogan Stokes posted on 3/8/19

Your father/brother was one of the nicest people I know, and it was obvious he was a great dad/brother as well. You have my deepest sympathy ~ I wish he was still here with us. He may be gone, but he'll never be forgotten.

 

Kathy Mclemore posted on 3/8/19

Paula was always very friendly to Pat and I. She loved to visit..She was a people person. She was very talented just like her mom. I'm so glad I got to spend some time with her over the years we've known her. Love you Paula

 

Terri Odell posted on 3/7/19

I miss you Mama so much. My heart breaks every day for you . But I know that you are very happy up there you finally got to see your baby boy. I promise that we will take good care of Daddy for you. He misses you so much.

 

Terry Arnold posted on 3/7/19

Ginger, I miss you my long time friend. RIP. We will meet again.

 

 

Sandra Swift posted on 3/7/19

May God bless the family and all his friends,

 

Robert Odell posted on 3/7/19

You were (and still are) an inspiration in my life. When I first met you, I came to your house to pick up my future wife for a date. I had no idea (at that time) that you were going to be my Mother-in-law. I am very proud and honored to be part of your family. Mom; you are dearly loved, and I will miss you very much.

 

Tina Taylor posted on 3/7/19

Granny was the sweetest lady. I remember doing puzzles with her and playing games. She was strong and endearing. God Bless her.. She was truly inspiring.

 

 

Jennifer Olson posted on 3/6/19

I'm thankful you were my Granny. You were such an important person in my life and it's hard to imagine life without you there. I love you always and forever Granny. <3<3<3

 

Betty Gabbert posted on 3/6/19

I’m so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

CRYSTAL REAM posted on 3/5/19

Bubba will surely be missed. We loved him so much.

 

LaFon (Stone) Commander posted on 3/5/19

Henderson children, I am so sorry for the loss of your mother. I am sorry I didn’t know she was here in Granbury or I would have visited.

 

Jewell Ivey posted on 3/5/19

My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. I love you all and pray God's comfort for you.

 

Cheryl posted on 3/4/19

Ricky & Family So so sorry for your loss my friend. You’re in my thoughts & prayers ❤️

 

 

Lance January posted on 3/4/19

Kevin will be truly missed by everyone who knew him and he will always be loved by everyone

 

Gloria Koen posted on 3/4/19

My deepest condolences. My prayers are with you and your family.

 

Vickie Ronnie Renz. posted on 3/4/19

Our hearts break for you and we are truly sorry. Brittany and Trey we pray God's love and Mercy over you all we love you.

 

 

Julie Scharnhorst posted on 3/4/19

I love ya and are praying for you and your family

 

Donna & Buster Munn posted on 3/4/19

Our prayers are with you. So very sorry for your loss.

 

 

Donna & Buster Munn posted on 3/4/19

Brittney, I remember when you were just learning to talk. I still love you. Be strong God has a plan.

 

Tan Coleman posted on 3/4/19

Our thought and prayers are with yo

 

Gentry Family posted on 3/4/19

May our prayers be with y’all during this hard time! Your strength is amazing!

 

Bob & Lauree posted on 3/4/19

We just found out about Ms. Sharon. It was always great to see her when we went through her work place. She always remembered our grandsons names as well as ours. She always has a smile that was contagious and always had a story to brighten the day. We hope her family knows how much she touched everyone around her. Ahe is sadly missed.

 

Anits posted on 3/4/19

I just want to say, how proud I am of your courage and your strength. God bless you. The Royaltys

 

maxine reese posted on 3/4/19

Steve is a Wonder Man & A Wonder Christian man he never met a Stranger

 

Dawn Price posted on 3/4/19

My thoughts and prayers are with you Tyndall and your family during this difficult time.

 

Jeanie Shelton posted on 3/4/19

My thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time of sorrow. May you find peace and courage to get you through this.

 

Beth Ann posted on 3/4/19

Sharon Cochran, thank you for sharing with me about your favorite uncle for so many years. God bless you and all the family during these days.

 

kenwright194449@yahoo.com posted on 3/2/19

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Karen Jo Wiley-Keller posted on 3/2/19

I will never forget you. See you in heaven soon❤️

 

Lisa posted on 3/2/19

My deepest condolences to the family. May God's future promises at John 5:28,29 of an earthly resurrection and Revelation 21:3,4 of no more suffering or death bring you comfort. Until that time comes, God assures us at Psalm 34:18 that he "is close to the brokenhearted" and "saves those who are crushed in spirit." So he understands your pain and grief and is eager to help you by giving you the strength you need to cope during this most difficult time. (Philippians 4:13)

 

Zoe posted on 3/2/19

My condolences to the family on the loss of your loved one. Losing someone you love is truly difficult and I know Norman will be missed. Please know our Heavenly Father holds out promises that can help us with our sorrow. One such promise is that death soon will be done away with forever (Revelation 21:4) and another promise is that "there is going to be a resurrection." (Acts 24:15). I pray these promises from God, who cannot lie, (Titus 1:2) brings you comfort. For more comfort from the Bible visit www . jw . org.

 

Cynthia Astle posted on 3/2/19

Norman and I never met in real life, but he made me feel as though we'd been lifelong friends through our connection on Facebook. We shared similar views on life and similar concerns for the United Methodist Church we both loved. We had many thoughtful and stimulating conversations and we prayed for each other regularly. He was an extraordinary "ordinary" man, and he will be missed by many people. Rest in peace, Norman; you fought the good fight, and you finished your race. We will remember you.

 

Conor Hawley posted on 3/2/19

Norman was part of the Methodist Center at Tarleton State University. At that time he was part of everyone who walked inside. He is a friend and always offered a time to listen.

 

Vicky posted on 3/2/19

Prayers for the family.

 

Skip French posted on 3/2/19

Norman was a mentor to me when I was a fledgling UM pastor back in the late 80s. He helped me through a rough patch. I'll miss him.

 

Jared posted on 3/2/19

Truely a great and honorable man and friend. My heart is heavy at his loss. My condolences to you and your family at this time.

 

SW posted on 3/1/19

I'm very sorry for your loss, my deepest condolences to your family. May the God of all comfort, comfort you and give you hope for a better future during your grief. 2 Corinthians 1:3,4, Rev 21:3,4. For more answers to life big questions visit: JW.org

 

 

Carmond Fitzgerald posted on 2/28/19

Bobby and Sharon both enjoyed playing duplicate at the Granbury Bridge Club. They were always pleasant opponents, played a good game, and will be sorely missed. If there are bridge tables in heaven, you can bet Bobby will be found there!

 

 

Carmond Fitzgerald posted on 2/28/19

Carmond "Fitz" Fitzgerald

 

Judy Judd posted on 2/28/19

Sharon, I remember you and Bobby fondly. Bobby was always so cheerful and friendly, and a pleasure to work with. Condolences to you and your family.

 

James Broscoff posted on 2/28/19

I remember Bobby In his Corps office workstation in Construction always friendly and had time to talk with me a younger engineer. No questions was a dumb question. I was glad to have known him and pray for the family especially Sharon who was also a great Corps person.

 

 

Debbie Zambardino posted on 2/26/19

For Jeff and Kristie

 

Debbie Duncan Zambardino posted on 2/26/19

So very sorry for the loss of Mr. Bise. Prayers, peace and hugs to the family! Sincerely, Debbie Duncan Zambardino and David Longbottom. God bless.

 

 

judy bise posted on 2/26/19

so sorry for your loss he was my uncle my dad carl and him were brother carlos bise

 

Fl posted on 2/26/19

I am very sorry for your loss, and I would like to share with you some comforting words from the Bible, in Acts 24:15 it says "There is going to be a resurrection." And also 2 Corinthians 1:3,4 mentions our God who comforts us in all our trials and 1 Corinthians 15:26 shows us Gods plan for the future. If you would like to see more information about this future promise or see the Bible online, please visit our site JW.org my sincere condolences.

 

Cheryl Gist posted on 2/26/19

Oh sweet Sue! I have known Sue for most of my life. She has been such a dear friend to my mom, LaVerne Killian. What I will miss most about this precious lady is her role as wonderful prayer warrior and encourager.

 

Billy Gene Mouser posted on 2/26/19

Miss ya grandpa Bill this Billy gene the one named after ya I love you miss headed to Kuwait here in a few days to serve my country love ya been thinking about ya lately you are still dearly missed sincerely your grandson Billy Gene Mouser

 

 

NaChole Tupica posted on 2/25/19

Erin I am so sorry for your loss but know she is dancing in heaven!

 

Lisa Howell-Lucas posted on 2/25/19

An angel on earth is now one of the most beautiful angels in heaven. I know God had a very special seat at his table for this precious woman! Lifting the entire family up in prayer.

 

Lisa Howell-Lucas posted on 2/25/19

An angel on earth is now one of the most beautiful angels in Heaven! Sending Love & lifting the entire family in prayer!

 

Stephanie Daffan posted on 2/25/19

What a kind and wonderful woman June was. We love and miss you already. Prayers for comfort and peace for you all. The Family of Ronnie and Stephanie Daffan

 

Millie Clark posted on 2/25/19

You were so loved. I am so sorry that you could find your way.

 

 

Paula Farrell and Family posted on 2/25/19

Prayers and love to the Moore Family! Beautiful June will be so missed she was loved dearly.

 

Janice Hodges posted on 2/24/19

Dallas was a great Christian friend - I loved her dearly and we could talk for hours about God and His love for us. I can’t wait to see her in heaven where we will be astounded at the answers to all of our questions! She is the happiest she’s ever been and beaming with the radiance of the reflection of Jesus! Beautiful picture...I will miss her in the here & now...but anticipating that glorious day!

 

Jane and Jon McConal posted on 2/23/19

God blessed us with a short but loving friendship with Sue. She gave us so much pleasure and laughter. May you find comfort in knowing that others share your sorrow.

 

Janet Lilly posted on 2/23/19

Dallas was a beautiful woman of God. Her love for Jesus touched so many lives. I bet heaven applauded when Dallas arrived home. She will be truly missed.

 

Fl posted on 2/23/19

I am very sorry for your loss, and I would like to share with you some comforting words from the Bible, in Acts 24:15 it says "There is going to be a resurrection." And also 2 Corinthians 1:3,4 mentions our God who comforts us in all our trials and 1 Corinthians 15:26 shows us Gods plan for the future. If you would like to see more information about this future promise or see the Bible online, please visit our website JW.org my sincere condolences.

 

Amber Micka posted on 2/23/19

My condolences to the family for your loss of Ms. Boggs. May God strengthen and comfort you with his promise of the resurrection. Acts 24:15

 

Joe verzi posted on 2/23/19

Pete was a good friend of the verzi family for many years while living in the Plano area. Taught me how to play the drums,and was always a great neighbor, I think about Pete and his family often.

 

Sharon Wilson posted on 2/22/19

DALLAS......I know you are having such a grand celebration and getting to see so many. We mortals miss you so very much but knowing you are happy and whole again and with so many loved ones helps. Thank you for all you were here on earth and pure non judgmental love for everyone. You are and always were an angel. Even though we can't have lunch tomorrow.....I will always remember all of the great times we shared and all of your stories and your one of a kind laugh and smile. So glad we got to celebrate at our reunion in 2017. Bless you sweet friend on your journey. My love to you today and throughout our entire lives. Stratford Girls Forever.

 

Elaine Dancer posted on 2/22/19

I am thankful I was allowed by God to meet precious MimiSue!!! What a sweet, gentle soul she was !!! I only know Tricia and Royce, but I send love and prayers for all the family, and her many friends!!! May you feel the comfort of our Lord as you walk through these next few days and the coming months!

 

Eric Pennal posted on 2/21/19

My first memory of Sue, I was a little boy in the early 1960's. She made a strong impression on me, and I've loved her ever since. I'll always remember her wonderful laugh and her generous spirit. She will be missed terribly by all who knew her.

 

Linda Henslee posted on 2/21/19

So sorry for your loss. I myself know what it means to loss a loved one. I found great comfort in the Bible at John 5:28&29 it gave me hope of being reunited with my loved one on a earth described at Palms 37:11 filled with meek ones like Sue who loved people. Revelation 21:4 gives us a guarantee that death will be done away with forever. I pray these scriptures will bring you comfort and hope.

 

 

Denise Markham posted on 2/21/19

Mimi Sue was a treasure. She was adored by all. A fine Christian in every sense of the word. Thank you Lord for allowing me to know her and be blessed by her. Praying for all the family.

 

Linda Henslee posted on 2/21/19

So sorry for your loss. I myself know what it means to loss a loved one. I found great comfort front the Bible , at John 5:28&29 it gave me hope of being reunited with my loved one on an earth described at Palms 37:11 filled with meek and loving people. Revelation 21:4 gives us a guarantee that death will be done away with forever. I pray these scriptures will bring you comfort and hope.

 

Ann Sealy posted on 2/21/19

Tricia, I always thought your mother was so beautiful and I carry her memory with me along with memories of all our beautiful mothers. So happy that she was near to you these last years.

 

Barbara Hudson posted on 2/21/19

I have such fond memories growing up at Tricia’s house. Mrs. Sue was always making hot chocolate for us or making a beautiful brunch. She was a wonderful mother and person.♥️

 

Jeanie Finn posted on 2/21/19

Tricia what a special lady your mother was to all who had the privilege to know her. Even as a little girl she impacted me. She was definitely an angel among us. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time. May your sweet memories of your mother be many in the days, weeks and years to come.

 

Fl posted on 2/21/19

I am very sorry for your loss, and I would like to share with you some comforting words from the Bible, in Acts 24:15 it says "There is going to be a resurrection." And also 2 Corinthians 1:3,4 mentions our God who comforts us in all our trials and 1 Corinthians 15:26 shows us Gods plan for the future. If you would like to see more information about this future promise or see the Bible online, please visit JW.org, My sincere condolences.

 

Fl posted on 2/21/19

I am very sorry for your loss, and I would like to share with you some comforting words from the Bible, in Acts 24:15 it says "There is going to be a resurrection." And also 2 Corinthians 1:3,4 mentions our God who comforts us in all our trials and 1 Corinthians 15:26 shows us Gods plan for the future. If you would like to see more information about this future promise or see the Bible online, please visit JW.org, My sincere condolences

 

Fl posted on 2/21/19

I am very sorry for your loss, and I would like to share with you some comforting words from the Bible, in Acts 24:15 it says "There is going to be a resurrection." And also 2 Corinthians 1:3,4 mentions our God who comforts us in all our trials and 1 Corinthians 15:26 shows us Gods plan for the future. If you would like to see more information about this future promise or see the Bible online, please visit JW.org, My sincere condolences

 

Lisa posted on 2/20/19

May God's promise at John 5:28,29 of a future resurrection bring you comfort. Until that time comes, he assures us at Psalm 34:18 that he "is close to the brokenhearted" and "saves those who are crushed in spirit." So he understands your pain and grief and is eager to help you by giving you the strength you need to cope during this most difficult time. (Philippians 4:13)

 

Lisa posted on 2/20/19

May God's promise at John 5:28,29 of a future resurrection bring you comfort. Until that time comes, he assures us at Psalm 34:18 that he "is close to the brokenhearted" and "saves those who are crushed in spirit." So he understands your pain and grief and is eager to help you by giving you the strength you need to cope during this most difficult time. (Philippians 4:13)

 

Sacramenta Landrum posted on 2/19/19

Deepest condolences to the Sherman family and friends for the loss of your loved one Wynelle. Very soon Jesus Christ will resurrect the loved ones we have lost in death back to life Acts 24:15; John 5:28, 29, right here on a brand new Paradise Earth no more sickness pain or death Life Without End Revelation 21: 1-5 jw.org.

 

Carolyn A Faske posted on 2/18/19

Dear Cheryl, Earl Jr, Edward and Eldon, and families. So sorry for your loss. When I heard that the Earl Faske family was trying to contact us, I only assumed the worst. Know that we are sorry we can not attend the services and deeply regret. We want you to know we are thinking about you and know that Earl is now at peace with this Lord and Savior. With Our Deepest Sympathy, Jerry and Carolyn Faske

 

Lance Trusty posted on 2/18/19

I remember Kevin with a big smile on his face always. He was a prankster always playing pranks on the tuba players. I still think Kevin maybe had for sticking a sock up his trumpet before half time. Mr Bagby was none too happy about that one. Love ya bro. S

 

Michael Elmore posted on 2/17/19

Barbara was a great friend to Cathy and I. She introduced us over 40 years ago. We had so many good times with her. She loved her family and friends. We are sorry we cannot be with you all but Mike is under the weather. Hugs and prayers to you all.

 

Cathy Elmore posted on 2/17/19

Mike and I are so sorry to hear of Barbara's passing. She introduced us over 40 years ago. To say she made a huge impact on us is an understatement! She introduced us to so many fun times and memories. We cannot see you because Mike is ill today. Hugs and prayers to you all.

 

Randy Sherman posted on 2/16/19

I met Mr. Pyles at a car show a few years back. He was a very nice and genuine man and even had the opportunity to visit with him at his home and subsequently brought my wife down to meet him as well. He actually gave my wife a very nice memento. I found out that we had more in common than just 1966 Chevelle's. We are deeply saddened by his passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire Pyle family.

 

Marian Woolard Ramsey posted on 2/16/19

Dutch Wilkinson was one of the very best Christians I ever met.He went to the Thompson community school and then transferred to Alvarado and rode the school bus with me for many years.His last name was Wilkinson and mine was Woolard. He sat in front of me for many different classes in school. He was always friendly, knowledgable, funny, and kind. He made my school years fun and enjoyable and something to look forward to every day.I'll get to see him again one day as we both know Jesus.

 

Mary Helen Perez posted on 2/16/19

A great friend, will always remember our good times together with another good friend Dottie. Love her and will keep her in my prayers. Condolence to her family.

 

Polly Downs posted on 2/16/19

Celebration of Life at Pappadeaux's March 9, 2019 1:00-2:30 Family members 2:30-4:00 Friends Please RSVP to Elizabeth Rice: ceahjrice@att.net

 

Linda posted on 2/15/19

My sincere condolences for your loss. At Jo 5:28,29 it tells that God will remember our dead loved ones and will bring them back to life on earth. Ps 37:11,29 Soon God will wipe away all tears of sorrow and death and pain will be gone forever. Rev 21:3,4 May you find comfort in these promises. https://tv.jw.org/#en/mediaitems/VODMinistryTools/pub-imv_4_VIDEO

 

 

Janita posted on 2/15/19

Terrie, Jerrie and Sammi...my thoughts and prayers are with all of you. I know where you all got your beauty from. She was truly beautiful.

 

Naomi Fowler posted on 2/15/19

Earum.

 

ken and sheila wright posted on 2/15/19

from the ones you call your Indiana parents we will always miss you and you will be in our thoughts and prayers and will love and miss you forever

 

Bobbie Lou Bridges posted on 2/14/19

Dear Ruth Ann and all the family members. We send our heartfelt condolences to all of you. Ruth was such a hard worker and we loved her. Love and Blessings, The Jack Bridges, Jr. Family

 

Bobbie Lou Bridges posted on 2/14/19

Our family sends our condolences to all the Hankins family and the Mitchell family, at the loss of Connie. God Bless each of you. Love and Blessings from The Jack Bridges, Jr. Family

 

ken and sheila wright posted on 2/14/19

will miss you forever and you will always be in our hearts and thoughts and you will always be missed greatly by your Indiana mom and dad with love

 

 

Marilyn Chapman posted on 2/14/19

A beautiful lady and great friend.

 

Leslie Blair posted on 2/14/19

Britt had a heart as big as the state she lived in. She will be sorely missed but I will see her again someday. With our love Leslie & Rick Blair

 

Tim miller step son promoted by Bob to son as he put it . posted on 2/14/19

What was the greatest thing I can say is there's so many . Bob .pops I called him was he taught me something I thought I already knew and I was so wrong . and that is Love a kind I never knew of . he taught me how forgivness and kindness expressed and humility . he taught me that even though you my have a bad past that everybody deserved a second third etc chance that a man even though a side of you my look ugly that there was always deep within us is a good side and we all need to know that . that is what I'll alway cherish about pops and how much he loved my mother. Which she I think in turn together showed this to everyone they came in contact with . the Lord has gained a saint and he will be miss by is all. God I'm sure of said welcome and job well done my faithful servant you have won the race the good race

 

 

Kristy Abrego posted on 2/13/19

Kevin, I wish I would have kept in touch with you 💚 We had so much fun in school! We had our own group of friends that would and did anything for...Gloria,Rusty, Bonita, Rhonda, Robert, Tamara, Charlie, and many more. You think all your friends will be there forever but that isn't true. I wished we could go back in time to 1st crossing and talk about our future for all of us and swear that we would always keep in touch. Thank you for being our friend❤

 

 

Bonnie McCabe posted on 2/13/19

Rest in piece my sister. Sorry we did not get to know one another...

 

 

Mr. & Mrs. Eddie Guinn posted on 2/13/19

Prayers!

 

Jack Thomas Mann posted on 2/13/19

My Uncle Hoyt will be missed so much. I remember him taking the time to show me many places where he, Uncle Daryl, and Mom went when they were growing up. Every moment I spent with Uncle Hoyt was special and I will never forget them. I love you, Uncle Hoyt.

 

 

Abigail Fulcher(Abby) posted on 2/13/19

all of our memories will be treasured i love you so much

 

Abigail Fulcher(Abby) posted on 2/13/19

Mr. Bowen you did such a great job these last years in the middle school and high school of granbury. i miss you so much and i hope your dancing in the sky and singing in the angels choir. i love you and god took you way to soon. you will be missed jearbear. fly high

 

 

Carla Sheid posted on 2/12/19

Kevin was such a sweetheart my mom worked with him for years at levels food center he came out to my moms one late night to fix her electric for her. . Prayers for all of the family.

 

Kathy Moss posted on 2/12/19

Ruth was always ready to chat whenever I saw her. Her daughter,Ruthann, and I rode the school bus together, so we all enjoyed visiting at the grocery store. Her brother,Ernest, also was in my grade when he attended Glen Rose school. Her sister, Catherine, has been an online friend of mine for several years. I will remember Ruth as a hard worker.

 

Kathy Moss posted on 2/12/19

Connie and I attended Glen Rose school together for several years. She continued to be the caring and friendly person I had known then. I will miss seeing her around town. One memory I still have of Connie is how fast she could run in PE at school. She would leave me far behind anyday.

 

Judi (Haddox) Allison posted on 2/11/19

Kevin, I just received news of your passing, and would like your sweet family to know that you were one of the sweetest, and certainly the funniest classmates I've had the pleasure of attending school with. I will be lifting all of you up in prayer throughout this difficult time. God speed my friend.

 

 

Keara Walley posted on 2/10/19

When I was really young he liked to scare me and my brother by hiding in the dark with a scary mask on. He loved practical jokes, and had a great sense of humor. He had the worst comb-over, and I am proud to call him my PeePaw.

 

Margie Schuetz Whitney posted on 2/9/19

So sorry to hear about Bob's death. Spent 3 years in the Effingham (Illinois) high school band sitting in the row immediately in front of him in band practice and concerts -- ducking the slide of his trombone. Many good memories of marching band, concert band, football and basketball game halftime performances, and band contests (local and non-local). You will be missed by many, Bob -- but happy that you and Shirley had a good life together. Rest in peace my friend..

 

Helen wilson posted on 2/9/19

Helen Wilson

 

Fl posted on 2/9/19

I would like to offer my most sincere condolences during this sad time. The loss of a loved one is one of the most painful experiences we can go through but I would like to share with you something that brought me comfort, in the first book of Peter chapter 5 verse 7 it mentions how we can share our anxiety with God because he cares for us and in John 5:28,29 it says "All those in the memorial tombs will come out". I hope these may bring your family comfort and if you would like to see the Bible online or more information about the future that God promises us please visit JW.org

 

Ronda Holmes posted on 2/9/19

Paul was our friend and neighbor. After we moved, we continued to communicate with him until last week. We will miss his humor and friendship. Dave & Ronda Holmes

 

 

Dennis milton posted on 2/9/19

Kevin. You were always good to me!! You will be missed sir!!

 

Vanessa and Carl Metker posted on 2/9/19

We are so sad to hear of your passing. Prayers of comfort for your your family, children, and grandchildren.

 

Ashley Watts posted on 2/9/19

Prayers for you and your family, Heather! I wish I could hug your neck right now! I know this time is hard, but lean on family and friends to get your through. Love you girl!

 

 

Kristin posted on 2/9/19

Praying for you Cindy.

 

 

Krystal Koehn posted on 2/8/19

He was such a caring person. Him and Joan went out of their way to help me in my time of need.

 

Rhdonda Walley posted on 2/8/19

Dad, I will miss you but I know one day I will see you again and we will rejoice that our family is all together

 

Michelle Carlson posted on 2/8/19

Uncle Bob was who I spent my childhood with since Donnie and I were 16 days apart. Uncle Bob say hello to dad and Gan Gan. See you again one day. Praying and sending love to Donny Kerry and Katrina.

 

Mark Thames posted on 2/8/19

The handful of times I had met Mr. Talavera Sr. over the years, and only to count those times on one hand, I was moved by his character and respect towards me. I truly appreciated him welcoming me as a "stranger" amongst his true family. I can say, with assurance, that his legacy shall be remembered and cherished. I can "bet the farm" on my belief. You have done well Sir with your family and God shall be with you for eternity; that I pray...

 

Mark Thames posted on 2/8/19

My heart bleeds for you and your family; my utmost condolences. Might God be your solace... (Mi corazon sangra por ti y por tu familia, mis condolencias. Que Dios sea su consuelo...)

 

Mark Thames posted on 2/8/19

Mark

 

Steve Kitchens posted on 2/8/19

I enjoyed working with you Paul; you always had my back. I remember how you would pop some microwave popcorn in the afternoon and give me half. You are one of the smartest guys I know, I always enjoyed the NASA stories. I remember how much you loved and talked about Buddy. I remember how it broke your heart when he passed. I know we haven't talked lately but know that you had a big impact on my life and you will be missed. Oh by the way...I haven't forgotten the lesson you gave me on how to avoid a parking ticket in New Orleans by taking one off of another vehicle and putting it on yours, so they wouldn't give you one. You have such a great sense of humor. :-)

 

Trishtyn dewitt posted on 2/8/19

This is one of Avery's friends from pampa Texas I didn't know you that well I went to your house one time but want I want to say is you will be missed and loved I will pray 🙏 for you and your family you will be really missed

 

 

LeRoy and Mary Hodgkinson posted on 2/8/19

May eternal rest be granted unto him, and may God’s perpetual light shine upon him. Our sincere condolences.

 

John L Epperson posted on 2/8/19

Paul you will be greatly missed. Please give Buddy and Savannah big hugs and kisses for us and love them till we get there. Love and miss you John and Susan.

 

Martha & Mike Koehn posted on 2/8/19

Bob was very funny, he could tell a joke with a straight face and remember the punch line too. He loved peoples reaction to his jokes and he would kinda snigger under his breath., especially when the jokes were a little crass. LOL He loved wearing brite red suspenders with shorts which I thought looked funny., he looked like a old farmer... He was so giving and kind to me the whole time i knew him. Every time I visited with joan, he would come into the room just to visit too., which made me feel special ... He loved his dogs and treated them well. He has always tried to give me a hand when I needed it, i will miss him.. REST now my dear friend MK & MK

 

Linda Killough posted on 2/8/19

Mr. Phelps was a great neighbor. My daughter and I lived next door to them several years in the late eighties.

 

Damon posted on 2/7/19

Jimmy, you will be missed. Thank you for listening, strength, and devotion to our Lord. May that be not only be inspiration to me, but to all who knew and loved you. Your friend Damon.

 

Melanie posted on 2/6/19

To Morgan's family - I am truly sorry for your loss. Morgan was such an amazing friend, daughter and most of all mother. She will be greatly missed. Just know she will be with you all forever and knowing you are going to keep her alive in your memories and prayers . I will pray for you all. I will forever keep our fun memories as kids playing all day long and having a blast like nothing else mattered in the world. I will keep you in my heart forever sweet angel. Love you dearly - love your childhood friend Melanie. Rest in peace ❤

 

Deborah Villicana & The Platinum Communication Team posted on 2/5/19

We just learned about Dutch's passing today...what a sweet soul of a man he was! We had the privilege of getting to know Dutch through the Plantation Inn and everyday was a good day that Dutch called in for any issues he was having. He even stayed in touch after selling the Inn and we were always overjoyed to get to chat with him for awhile. We will miss him and the wonderful joy he embodied. Our prayers go out to his family. Until we meet again...

 

Jon Riches posted on 2/5/19

I was welcomed to the church in Littlefield many years ago by both a warm smile and warm words from Dutch. I can't remember him without that smile and his ability to make you feel that he was overjoyed to see you. We were so saddened that his adventure here has ended and we will miss his presence, as I'm sure so many others will. Brenda, Garland, and the rest of Dutch's family will remain in our prayers.

 

Clare Clemons posted on 2/5/19

So sorry for your loss! I am praying for peace and comfort for your family!

 

Maribel and Maite Larrañaga posted on 2/5/19

I can't express the sadness we feel knowing that our dear Sylvie is gone. She was such a beautiful person in and out and we'll be greatly missed. Our thoughts are with her husband and kids who surely are heartbroken.

 

Jerry '60 and Connie '93 Bradshaw posted on 2/4/19

On behalf of the Class of 1960, I express our sincere condolences to Dutch's family and friends, especially to his older brother Dave, a close personal friend of mine. May God hold you in his caring hands at this time.

 

Tammey Lane posted on 2/4/19

My thoughts and prayers go out to you Holly. May God strengthen you during this difficult time and give you a peace that surpasses all understanding! Love you dear friend.

 

Amy Johnson Melton posted on 2/3/19

Morgan you are dearly missed sweet friend! We had a lot of fun times in school!! I’m so sorry for your family and your babies! May God bless them and watch over them! Praying for your sister, and family...my thoughts are with you all! ❤️

 

Ronny Smith posted on 2/3/19

My sincere and heartfelt condolences and sympathy in prayers and thoughts the the family and friends in Sherry’s passing from to heaven above in being with the Lord & Jesus.

 

Ginger Maurer posted on 2/3/19

My deepest sympathy to Brenda and all the family. Dutch and Brenda were the leaders of the youth group at our church when I was growing up. They were both such warm, kind and inspirational people. Many decades later I can still remember those times spent with them with great fondness. Dutch was quite special and I know he will be missed by many.

 

 

Darrell Point posted on 2/3/19

Y'all are always in my prayers

 

Ronny Smith, ‘92 posted on 2/3/19

My deep sympathy and heartfelt condolences for the passing of Dutch from this world to a better place in heaven and, for the family and friends of this beloved Aggie! He will be fondly remembered and sincerely missed, as Dutch was an admired, respected and true friend!

 

Jennifer Ashabranner posted on 2/2/19

Sending prayers to her family in this time. May GOD be with you all.

 

Joe and Kim posted on 2/2/19

Such a sweet precious lady. Hearing her tell TCU stories. Prayers for all

 

Rina & Mark Williams posted on 2/2/19

Our Thoughts and Prayers are with Morgan's family and friends

 

Stephen & Frances Deschaine posted on 2/2/19

Our deepest sympathy to Brenda and the family. I was fortunate to talk to Dutch on his recent birthday while he was on the slopes. I’ll always remember our visits, jet ski excursions, and bike rides.

 

Stephen & Frances Deschaine posted on 2/2/19

Our deepest condolence. I was fortunate to talk to Dutch on his birthday while he was on the slopes. I’ll always remember our visits, jet ski excursions, and bike rides.

 

Betty Lou Robbins Buchanan posted on 2/2/19

I will always remember the road trip Bill, Lugene, Jim and I took to South Dakota, Colorado Springs and other states. After a day of sight seeing Jim and Lugene would take a nap (not together lol) and Bill and I would sit outside and “talk”. After about 10 minutes we would look at each other and one would say “do you think they are asleep” and the other would say “I think so” and then we would sneak off to get an ice cream and eat it on the way back. We did this almost every place we camped for the night. That was our secret until we told them when we parted ways to return back to our home state. We had a great road trip vacation. We took another vacation together and this one was a cruise to the Bahama’s. Bill loved telling jokes as we all know. There was another couple at our dinner table and he loved to tell jokes also. Every night for a week the two kept us all in stitches laughing all through dinner. If Bill or the other guy hadn’t heard the joke the other told he wrote it down on a napkin so he could remember it and tell it some other time. Lugene would call us twins and on our road trip the first day she cut my hair to match hers. I dearly love this two. RIP Bill and Lugene.

 

Tami posted on 2/2/19

Morgan you are so missed already, you were a bright light taken too soon, I cannot imagine the life your children will now have to live without you but I know your spirit and goodness will never die. So sorry my friend I will never forget your laughter and I will never forget your name

 

 

Donna Estes posted on 2/1/19

Prayers for the family.I ask the Lord to put his arms around you all and comfort you though this hard time.

 

larry and viva burk posted on 2/1/19

Our prayers are with all the family during this time of grief.

 

Gayle Price Robertson posted on 2/1/19

I am so so sorry. My prayers are with you all. Love you.

 

 

Brandy Hand posted on 2/1/19

You were apart of the most memorable time of my life! I will carry out time together forever! Love you always MOMO save me a good seat!

 

Christy and Ed Free posted on 2/1/19

Our heartfelt condolences to Brenda, Garland and family. Dutch was indeed a good man who will be missed by many. Our Prayers and Love.

 

Coralee posted on 2/1/19

I remember being out at your place with Troy years ago and you made the biggest feast for the whole family and I got to enjoy it with Ella. When me and Troy stayed the weekend out there with his grandfather, you made us all breakfast. My memories of you were so long ago but I will never forget them. I had the best time out there. :) My prayers are with all the family.

 

Forrest Collier posted on 2/1/19

Dutch was a great guy! My father and step-mother, Raye and Lana Wells Collier, always spoke very highly of Dutch and really loved him. He was a trusted friend! I will always remember Dutch as a avid Aggie who loved a good football game in College Station. My father and I send our condolences to Brenda and the rest of the family.

 

Jerry Fox posted on 2/1/19

Lois you were my sister in law for 10 yrs and my sister for for 50. You will be missed so much but your legacy will live on in your family. You will always hold a special place in my heart tell we meet again love you forever. My deepest condolences for all the McGowan and Bell family.

 

David and Lesa Kimbrow posted on 2/1/19

Lois, we love you so much. What a blessing you were! You will be missed! You put up the good fight!

 

Mike and Ruth Davis posted on 2/1/19

We remember Sherry has a young teenager in Rock Island. This is so sad that she’s gone far too early. She was beautiful with a beautiful family.

 

Rachel Pace posted on 2/1/19

I know how much Gary will be missed, he was a sweet person. I am praying for you Laverne as you go through this time. May God’s Grace engulf you and give you strength. I love you my sweet friend.

 

Lisa and Freddy Law posted on 2/1/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all in your time of healing in the loss of Mrs. Lois. Sincerely Lisa and FreddyLee

 

fabienne torregrosa posted on 2/1/19

Je vous envoie toutes mes pensées et mes prières, je suis énormément triste j'embrasse Johnny que je ne connais pas, Emilie et Aurélien. Courage à tous. Sylvie je ne t'oublierai pas repose en paix auprès de Marion

 

Elaine Trotter posted on 1/31/19

Dutch was a very special man. He will be missed by many as well as myself. He was so kind and helped many people. I did secretarial work for Dutch & Brenda for the Plantation Inn. I enjoyed talking to and working with them. Dutch had many great stories about his adventures & travels. My prayers go out to Brenda & their family for such a terrible loss.

 

 

jane kittleson posted on 1/31/19

Paula, I miss you so much. I recall our many talks, laughs and your words of wisdom. Your sense of adventure, creativity and love of animals and people will remembered. You were one of a kind. A rare friend and human being.

 

Mariah Davis posted on 1/31/19

Rest In Peace, Grammy. I love you and will miss you forever. I will always think of you anytime I see a butterfly, a unicorn, or a dream catcher, anytime I hear the word fluffy, anytime I smell Vicks, and anytime I eat banana pudding (which will never be as good as yours was.) Say hello to PePaw and Michael for me. I now have another beautiful angel to watch over me. I love you forever, Your favorite (only) granddaughter

 

P. K. Nabours posted on 1/31/19

I had the pleasure of working with Jeanie for 20+ years. She helped me greatly in my early days at the plant and we shared a great bond through our children who fought the same battle. I will always respect her work ethic and miss her keen sense of humor. I was honored to share some of her happiest times, her baby girls wedding and then the birth of her beautiful granddaughter Mariah Angel. I am comforted that she is reunited with her daddy and sweet Michael as her heart has regained the pieces it lost.

 

 

Watha Smith Cantwell posted on 1/31/19

Dutch I am so fortunate to be able to call you a friend. You made friends everywhere you were . I don’t believe I have ever met anyone with such a joy for life!! I will miss you greatly!!! On your way around Heaven I hope you met up with my Dad You guys will have lot to discover and until I am with you again ! Love You !!

 

Daygo and Vickie Gentry posted on 1/31/19

Our memory of you will be one of love for you and the last time we saw you, on your yellow bike at our house. We love you dear sweet lady and will never forget the special times we shared. GOD gained another sweet soul.

 

Daygo and Vickie Gentry posted on 1/31/19

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Rob Holliday posted on 1/31/19

Sorry to hear of your loss Johnny. Prayers for comfort for,you.

 

Kara Brackin posted on 1/31/19

Johnny, Darrell and I are so sad to hear of Sylvia’s passing. You are in our thoughts and prayers as our hearts for you during this difficult time.

 

Roland Smith posted on 1/31/19

We lost a great man. I lost a great friend. My times with Dutch were always a fun learning experience. No matter whether we were road biking, dirt biking, camping, cooking, or exploring; we were having fun. Strangers were only friends he had not met yet. Dutch, while you are talking with our Lord, I hope you let Him talk too.

 

Roland Smith posted on 1/31/19

We lost a great man and I lost a great friend. No matter what we were doing; road biking, dirt biking, camping, cooking, or just exploring; we always had a great time. Strangers were just friends we had not met yet. We were always learning. I miss you old friend. Hopefully while you are talking with our Lord, you give him a chance to talk.

 

Tiffany Mitchell posted on 1/30/19

I send you my condolences to you Joni and to the family. I will never forget her smile. Many blessings and prayers.

 

Tiffany Mitchell posted on 1/30/19

Many Condolences to you Johnny and family and friends. I will always remember her smile.

 

 

Sam & Becky posted on 1/30/19

Rest In Peace Jeanie! You are missed on Earth but are enjoying the reunion with family members in Heaven. Love you always.

 

Robin Moore posted on 1/30/19

Dutch made everyone think that they were his good friend, and he was a special Spider D member. He will be missed by all his Aggie buddies and others.....

 

carolyn Lawrence posted on 1/30/19

My heart goes out to Joann's family. I had the pleasure of knowing Joann the past year. She was a beautiful person with a wonderful sense of humor. I am truly going to miss her.Love to all the family.

 

Robert and Frances Fowler posted on 1/30/19

Dutch was the finest man we ever knew.

 

Judi Kinder posted on 1/30/19

I am so sorry for this huge loss to your family. As I'm sure you have heard many times, Otis knew no strangers . For those of us who had the privilege Of interacting with him everyday, the statement holds much truth. That smile & glasses askew always made me chuckle❤️ Every time I saw him in passing it included a big hug-I loved it-and "you know you are my best friend" I always tried to spend a bit of time with him & his class at lunch. Each of those children blessed me in many ways. I will be praying peace and happy memories of Otis as you wander through the upcoming days and weeks learning to be without him. It will not be easy, but know the Mambrino family will be there if you let them know. May God protect your hearts as you say good bye to our buddy & friend Otis❤️ God Bles y'all -Ms. Judi-the lunch lady😘

 

frafow@charter.net posted on 1/30/19

robert and frances fowler

 

Chris C posted on 1/30/19

I would like to express my deepest sympathy to family and friends. May all of your good memories be greater than your sadness during this difficult time. (Isaiah 25:8)

 

CHARLENE HANSON posted on 1/30/19

Paula's exquisite talent and lovely way of speaking will be so missed. Rest in Peace sweet lady.

 

Leann Heflin Hayworth Tanner posted on 1/29/19

Rest and sleep in beautiful peace dear Jeanie. Such a precious person. You will be missed. I love you and God bless you.

 

Claudia Davis posted on 1/29/19

I studied with Paula for 6 years. She was an amazing artist and teacher. I loved our time together. Along with the skills of painting, she helped me find a rewarding and lifelong study. I am so glad she was part of my life. Paula will be missed.

 

Joyce Kimbrough Steagall posted on 1/28/19

My condolences to the Family of Lonnie Ray Reed. I went to school and church with Ray in Levelland, Texas. We attended many church youth parties there and I have lots of good memories spent with Ray (we called him Lonnie back then).

 

 

Dr. Sherlynn Howard Hall posted on 1/28/19

My sincere condolences to your family

 

Melinda Strickland posted on 1/27/19

Buck Bridewell--so many memories of him and Helen that start with moving in to our GR duplex in 1991! He and Helen, along with several other FBC members, helped us unload, and for the next 14 years, Buck commented about how many clothes I had! He also ALWAYS gave me grief about being left-handed--I had mentioned that to George/Buddy just this last week. My most favorite memory, however, was organizing the GRHS Graduation when Buck was honored as a WWII vet who left for war without graduating and was given his HS diploma. He was so honored and humble. Buck was a stabllizing figure at FBC during some trying times. Loved that man so much. Bridewell family: Thank you for sharing Buck and Helen with so many of us. They were special, special Christian friends.

 

Linda Wilson posted on 1/27/19

Gloria and Wayne, you are in my prayers. Your dad, Buck was such a special person and is loved by so many. We will miss him dearly.

 

Bryant and Carolyn Eddy posted on 1/27/19

Buck was a wonderful man of God. We were blessed to have known Buck and Helen. Bryant and Carolyn Eddy

 

Kathy Gosdin posted on 1/27/19

Buck was a special man that will be missed. He was a servant for the Lord and to his country.

 

Lisa Elliott posted on 1/26/19

Buck was such a precious saint and was loved and admired by all who knew him. When our boys were little they would always ask if Buck was going to be at church (of course he always was) because they loved his teasing. Prayers for you and your families, Gloria and Wayne.

 

Lisa Elliott posted on 1/26/19

Buck was such a precious saint — one of my favorite people growing up in Glen Rose. He would always tease our boys when they were little and would see him at church. They loved Buck as did everyone who knew him. Gloria and Wayne, we will keep you in our prayers. Even though Buck is rejoicing right now, it’s still hard for you.

 

 

Becky Velasquez posted on 1/26/19

So sorry for your loss. Sending prayers

 

Marian willey posted on 1/26/19

So sorry for the families loss ,, Buck was a true gentleman ,,

 

Deanna cripps posted on 1/26/19

Sweetest, kindest little boy, always such a gentlemen.. lit up any room he was in with that precious smile!! Sweet Otis, you will be missed!! Love, Deanna, Tyson, saddie, lexxie and kayley!!! Fly high sweet boy!

 

Andrea Goldberg posted on 1/26/19

You are my nephew one of my boys one of the first loves of my life's I've never put this in thought but seeing you weekly at school having fun being colorful happy and sweet as always the smiles you put on our faces the laughs we had together the years we've had were all so precious and memorable for me and my boys Otis Paul English this has broken so many heart's but we know your with the great Lord and out of pain love on Grandma for us show her the love you have showed us in your short time on Earth baby boy HIGH OUR SWEET ANGLE REST EASY GONE BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN

 

 

Reagan and Shelley Miller posted on 1/26/19

Praying for your family

 

Jackie Gray posted on 1/26/19

They broke the mold when they made Rick. He was like a second dad to me. I don't say that easily because I was a Daddy's girl. I love him and his family very much. Fly high Rick until we met again!

 

Aaron Villegas posted on 1/25/19

Crystie sent me a message on Facebook in June of 2018 because her father, Jesse James Villegas, told her about me. I met him almost right after giving a speech at my grandpa’s funeral. He told her and Crystie’s sister, Jessica, about me. The first message she sent me read: “Hi Aaron I’m your cousin Jesse’s daughter I’m so happy to find another cousin!!!” Here are a few other quotes from Crystie: “I live in Texas close to Dallas/Ft Worth married 14 years and we have a daughter who is 9 she’s amazing! We hope to add to the family next year. But it is so nice to have you in the tribe!” These last 3 definitely get to me: “My dad is most definitely a character but he is as genuine as they come and always willing to help out someone without expecting some in return.” “Yes he (Jesse) doesn’t have much but he’s the type that would give you the shirt off his back.” “I want all of us to know each other and the one(s) with kids have their kids get to know each other so the traditions goes on.” All of these (especially the last 3) show how loving this person was. I was fortunate enough to have long conversations on Facebook messenger that I will never forget. In fact, in the last couple of months, I was turning to her more often for venting, conversations, and I was about to start asking for advice as well as give some banter on sports teams. I was hoping to meet her in the future. It’s a shame I never did. Crystie was loving (as I mentioned before), protective, energetic, bubbly, brutally honest about her opinions (as it says on her Facebook page), and open. I also need to mention how wonderful her husband and daughter sound. My thoughts are with them through these tough times. I am here if anyone wants to reach out, my door is almost always open. Thank you Crystie for reaching out to me. I will never forget you. Rest In Peace

 

McCaina Harker posted on 1/25/19

My dearest Cristye I am a woman of a million words and laughs, but I find myself speechless and quiet. When I found out about your passing it was as if I couldn’t speak, laugh or function. I couldn’t get out of bed the next morning but I did. I got up and followed morning routine of making coffee getting kids ready and drove home in tears. You were truly my sister we would have falling outs and our stubbornness got in way but we ALWAYS ALWAYS found ourselves back to each other and our sisterhood. When I found out you were fighting breast cancer simultaneously as my babygirl fought . Both of you beat it and had a bond that was special. I will never be the same but I will keep pushing thru every hurdle drs throw my way or Alaina’s. I know when her scans n bloodwork you will be one her guardian angels. My heart breaks for everyone and especially Charlie & Pei . You are remarkable and I say in present tense because you will always be with everyone. This is most beautiful obituary and it exemplifies the beauty and luv you shared. An amazing mommy to Pei and devoted madly in love wife to Charlie. I listen to “Over the Rainbow” by Israel Kamakawiwo’ole as comfort and in the words of the song: “Someday I’ll wish upon a star wake up where the clouds are far behind me , where troubles melt like lemon drops high above the chimney tops” I know you are up there looking down on us all. *One day somewhere over the rainbow I will find you and our sisterhood reunited. I luv you Cristye ! Luv your sissy Caina❤️

 

Vickie Barnett posted on 1/25/19

So very sorry for the loss of your precious father. Praying for you and your family.

 

 

Michelle Mills posted on 1/25/19

Tom was a very sweet kind gentleman. He loved his God and his family. RIP you'll never be forgotten

 

 

Lynettia Overhulser posted on 1/24/19

You will be missed dearly!

 

 

Omni posted on 1/24/19

I will miss you my sweet friend. You are one of the most bravest women I had the pleasure to come in contact with and then become really close with. I will always have you in my thoughts and prayers. Please keep an eye on all of us down here. This is not good bye it is I will see you later. Thank you for all your love, support, friendship, fun times and my personal counselor. I loved you then, I love you now and I will forever love you.

 

 

Jane Kennedy posted on 1/24/19

Prayers to the Scott Family! RIP John, you were one of a kind and will be missed. ❤️ Love always!

 

Cheri Carpico posted on 1/24/19

My dearest Cristye, I am so broken hearted over your passing. You have always been such a big part of our lives, Craig and I. We had many good times as you and Steph grew up. You two were like two peas in a pod. You have always had a lot of courage. No fear. Determined to live your life on your terms. When we met Charlie we knew he was the one, your soulmate. The courage you had to bring your beautiful daughter, Peighton into the world who has turned out to be very special and smart and beautiful. I have no doubt that Charlie will continue to raise her as you would and keep you in her memory. It will be sad not to see your Facebook posts or talk to you on the phone. I hope you knew how much Craig and I loved you and your family and will continue to do so. Rest now and have no more pain. I am sorry your life was cut way too soon and would have loved to see your future chapters develop. Charlie and Peighton love you so deeply and will miss you so much as will we. You have a place in our hearts forever. Farewell Cristye until we meet again in heaven.

 

 

Heather Ballard posted on 1/24/19

What can I say? You are one of the most special people to ever touch my life. You were one of my best friends. You always raised me up. You made me feel more special than I deserved. You gave me the most blessed honor of being your daughters godmother. You were always there with a kind word whenever I needed you. I don’t know how to go on without you. I will do my best to live life the way you would have wanted me to. I will miss you tremendously. Please watch over me my angel. Thank you for so many years of memories. I love you.

 

Reyna Espinoza posted on 1/24/19

You became my cyber sister from one of our little towns facebook page in 2013. We grew onto each other regardless of our health battles we both were always positive and supportive towards each other. Something ive never experienced with anyone let alone someone I never had met in person. You were wanting to find a surrogate and I was willing to do it for you because I knew I wanted to keep you in my life forever and having a child for you wouldve been my pact of love for you. I admired you for being a cheerful person despite the battles, a great mother, wife, sister and daughter but most importantly a friend to many and someone who spoke her mind no matter if that caused you to be hated by many you were honest with it! My heart hurts so much knowing you are gone just like that and I know that you were in so much pain but that never knocked you down. I will always hold you close to my heart. My fighter, my soul sister and my biggest supporter. I'm going to freaking miss you so much! I love you my precious angel! Fly high and rest easy, gorgeous!! ❤

 

Kristen McDaniel posted on 1/24/19

You were truly one of a kind, Cristye. I'm so glad that our paths crossed in SC many years ago. You were there for me during some of the darkest times of my life, always with a listening ear and no judgement. Thank you for being unapologetically you. Keeping Peighton, Charlie and all of your family in my prayers.

 

Rachel Simi posted on 1/24/19

You are my best friend in grade school and going into high school we shared some fun times together that I will never forget you’re always there for her and then I could count on and listen to anything that I needed to say. Over the past years we have shared many things together we have cried together we have vented together we had shared things together that maybe no one else would ever know I hope that your soul could rest at peace and I’m so sad that your life was cut short and you are an able to for fillet to your dreams. You always have a special place in my heart. you are my best friend in grade school and going into high school we shared some fun times together that I will never forget you’re always there for her and then I could count on and listen to anything that I needed to say. Over the past years we have shared many things together we have cried together we have been to together we had shared things together that maybe no one else would ever know I hope that your soul could rest at peace and I’m so sad that your life was cut short and you are an able to for fillet to your dreams. You always have a special place in my heart ❤️

 

Rachel Simi posted on 1/24/19

U were my best friend in grade school and going into high school. I loved our time together ! Over the past year we have shared lots of thing together we talked about doing and thing we needed a friend to vent to about and cry to. I’m so sorry ur love was cut short and I didn’t get to fulfill it to the fullest u wanted to. My ur soul rest st peace beautiful angel ❤️

 

Linda Jean Rickabaugh Miller posted on 1/23/19

Was sorry to hear the passing of Uncle Warren. Prayers for family.

 

 

Kendra Gruneberg posted on 1/23/19

You were my big sister and will always be my big sis. We didn’t always agree on beliefs but that never shook our friendship and our love for each other. This is pain I’ll always carry in my heart. I love you and miss you, Sissy.

 

Jayme Millslagle posted on 1/23/19

I will always remember our late night talks. Now I will talk to you the way I talk to my mom, in my prayers. Fly high girl and rest easy.

 

 

Nicole posted on 1/23/19

I love you and will miss you I will talk to you in my prayers!!

 

Nicole posted on 1/23/19

You have been one of best friends for so long..Today I found out that I lost one of my best friends I am at a loss of words when I heard you passed Cristye Brown ... you were such an amazing friend and a fighter no matter how you were doing or how you felt or what the day brought you, you always had a smile on your face! I will always cherish our school days from jr high to high school and the friendship we had. And how close we have grown over the past years since school. You were and are a beautiful, strong woman and a fighter the amount of courage you showed during your fightwas amazing.. The amount of love you had for peighton and Charlie was absolutely amazing and one for the ages! I will miss watching all your videos I will miss our talks most of all! My deepest condolences and thoughts and prayers go out to your husband Charlie and precious baby girl Peighton! I know you are watching over them! Fly high sweetheart and sleep in peace and pain free!! ❤️💕🎈I Love you!! I miss you already!!! #Sad #heartbroken #lifeistooshort

 

Brinkey Randle posted on 1/23/19

To Jay and family - everyone here is so saddened to hear about our loss of Carolyn. Please call me 575-317-1340.

 

M. Jones posted on 1/23/19

My condolences to the family of Ms. McKenzie. May you find comfort in God's promise to wipe all tears from every eye ( Revelation 21:3,4) and in knowing that Ms. Voda is in God's perfect and limitless memory.

 

Jennifer Hartman posted on 1/22/19

Gisela was a sweet and dear friend to my mother, Ruby. They had a lot of fun working together at Hallmark with the other "girls". I'm absolutely certain they're having a good time in heaven catching up on old times. My heart goes out to the family. May your memories bring you peace.

 

Melissa Pitts posted on 1/22/19

My thoughts and prayers to the family. Mr. Phil was an Amazing man! A true gentleman and dear friend to my Aunt Ruth (Dee) and Uncle Warren White that will be missed dearly by all. He was always... so, very kind! He did all his good deeds with a smile on his face and a little joke. I pray for comfort and peace for Mrs. Dixie and the entire family during this difficult time. God bless you All! ♡

 

Jean Oquet posted on 1/21/19

While i did not had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Pyles, it is always of great saddness to learn someone so beloved and respected passed away. May he be with God, and may his family and friends find consolation knowing they shall be together once again.

 

Steve and Sue Nitchie posted on 1/20/19

Our first memory of Marvin and Fran is at the Louisiana HOG rally we attended in Lafayette with the chapter. We invited them to dinner at a famous local restaurant, Mulatte's, in Breaux Bridge. We enjoyed Marvin's stories about their riding adventures and got to know them both over our dinner conversation. Marvin will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with Fran and the family.

 

Steve & Sue Nitchie posted on 1/20/19

Our first memory of Marvin and Fran is at the Louisiana HOG rally with the chapter in Lafayette. We invited them to join us for dinner at a famous local restaurant, Mulatte's, in Breaux Bridge. We enjoyed Marvin's stories of their riding adventures and got to know both of them better thru our dinner conversation. Marvin will be missed and our thoughts and prayers go out to Fran and the family.

 

Tommy Palmer posted on 1/20/19

Sorry to hear of the passing of Ken. I worked for him at the Philtex plant back in late 70s, early 80s. Very good man and great boss. He helped me once when I was young and foolish, saved me from making a critical career mistake. Prayers for the family!!!

 

 

Ed "Eddie" Hubbart posted on 1/19/19

Thank you for being my friend.

 

Ed "Eddie" Hubbart posted on 1/19/19

Ronnie, we have known each other since 1962 and I have been blessed having you as a very close friend. I miss you but you will always be close to my heart. Until we meet again.

 

 

Delilah waldron DeNicholas posted on 1/19/19

Prayers and blessings Remembering the great times we shared in Argentina. Dons at the gates with open arms.

 

 

Delilah waldron DeNicholas posted on 1/19/19

Loving the great times and memories we shared in Argentina. And visiting you all in Cresson. Dons waiting at those gates for laughs

 

Julisa posted on 1/19/19

Austin was my best friend we went to Knowlton together we were in Ms.Perdue's 2nd grade class together I remember Austin and I would always pass notes to each other he was like my older brother #LLA I love u and I miss u Austin #LLA and #LLJ

 

Lewis Robertson posted on 1/19/19

Ken was a model of how to live a "Godly Life." Thought and Prayers are with all those that loved Ken.

 

Tim Scott posted on 1/19/19

So sorry to hear of Ron’s passing. I remember all the great times we had in Palmdale. The 5 of us ( Don Ronningen, Ed Hubbard, Ronnie Morris and myself). We would hang out at Mr. and Mrs. Pyles house. Ron parents were the best. The good old days. Ron was a great man.

 

Mike & Susie Parkins posted on 1/19/19

Casey and family. Susie and I are really saddened on the passing of Ron. We first met you when Taylor passed and we often spoke how you and Ron were so helpful and thoughtful during that time. We are thinking about all of you during this difficult time and pray for the Lords guidance. RIP Ron.

 

William Bonnichsen posted on 1/19/19

Casey....So sorry for your loss. Ron was a great friend to me as well as a great manager to work for. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Debbie White posted on 1/18/19

My condolences to Ron’s family...his family were some of the first that my family met when we moved to Littlerock and Palmdale...

 

Kathy Lynn Elmore posted on 1/18/19

Our Palmdale High School Memorial fb page has posted Ron's obituary. We all miss him and loved him ~ a great guy and wonderful friend! RIP Ron.

 

Sacramenta Landrum posted on 1/18/19

To the Jarnagin family and friends please accept my deepest condolences for the loss of your loved one Frankie. You will be reunited with Frankie again very soon through the resurrection Acts 24:15; John 5: 28,29, under Jesus Christ Kingdom rule Daniel 2:44, that he taught his followers to pray to come in the Lord's Prayer Matthew 6:9, 10, right here on a brand new Paradise Earth no more sickness pain or death Life Without End Revelation 21:1-5 jw.org.

 

Kim Glasper posted on 1/18/19

Carolyn and I worked together at Countrywide/Bank of America. I will hold the memories of our talks about our families near and dear to my heart. Carolyn loved her family very much as she talked about them with excitement and joy. She will be missed by all she came in contact with... Sleep rest my beautiful friend and say hello to my Dad and your Mother in heaven.

 

Brian Drazich posted on 1/18/19

nice lady aunt jean.we exchanged birthday cards every year.loved her as much as my mom.rest in peace and may god bless

 

Jayden Reynolds posted on 1/18/19

Larry came and played poker in Glen Rose, TX over the last couple of years. Always enjoyed having him in the game. One of a kind guy. So sad to just hear of his passing. He was a blessing to those who know him.

 

Brinkman Randle posted on 1/17/19

All of us here in Roswell are so saddened to hear about our loss of Carolyn.The Stiff family was a huge part of my life. Jerry my number is 575-317-1340 when you have time I would love to visit with you. Love to all of you Brinkey

 

Demetria Timmons posted on 1/17/19

Carolyn will be truly missed she was loving and so much fun

 

 

Josue and Donna Chavez and family posted on 1/17/19

A great man and friend neighbor for many years. So glad we got to know Marvin and fran. A beautiful couple and will always be in our hearts. We love them both. ❤️❤️

 

 

Sandy V. Miller posted on 1/17/19

Carolyn’s beauty inside and out. Her kind eyes and warm heart were so comforting. She was a beautiful ray of light!!! She will never be forgotten and forever in our hearts.

 

Sandy V. Miller posted on 1/17/19

I am deeply honored and blessed to have known your Carolyn. She was truly a blessing in my life, and I will forever carry her in my heart. Accept my condolences.

 

Diane Micali posted on 1/17/19

My condolences to Jean's family. She is now in God's arms and will always watch over her loved ones.

 

Merlene Reed Lash posted on 1/16/19

Marvin was the very best cousin you could have. He and Fran helped me fix up an old house and build a barn. All as family. Would not let me pay him. What a wonderful man.

 

Greg Windsor posted on 1/16/19

I remember meeting Marvin and Fran for the first time on a windy motorcycle ride to Archer City in March 2005. I had just casually seen them at some Chapter activities. They were riding behind my wife and I for 50-60 miles. We were fairly new to group riding and apparently didn't know some of the signals. We stopped at a rest stop and Fran came running up to us shouting "What do you keep pointing to on the road??" My wife kept shaking her foot out to the side and little did we know but that meant that there was something in the road the riders behind needed to miss!! Fran was really letting us know that we were doing wrong. Marvin came up and quieted her down and said that we were new folks and would learn. We became very good friends after that and rode together many times. Popeye was always the peacemaker, a very kind man with a little gruff look. I missed seeing them when they left for their travels. I will miss Marvin greatly!!

 

 

Freda Karjala posted on 1/16/19

My heart is broken. I know you are in a better place with no pain or suffering. We will see you again.

 

 

David Church posted on 1/16/19

I truly enjoyed working with Carolyn at BofA for several years. She will be missed.

 

Phillis & Bill Brewer posted on 1/16/19

Memories of Lynn Roffino, After the Life in the Spirit Seminar in 1998, Lynn was cured of smoking. She and Bill collaborated, she with musical ideas and Bill with words, and together we wrote 12 songs, mostly praise songs, sung in church. All 12 songs were played by Lynn and sung by Jean Bell at our wedding in 2001. Phillis and I sang in the St. Rose of Lima choir, with Lynn playing her keyboard. We prayed with Lynn when she had pre-lukemia, and God made her lukemia-free! We loved her laughter, her musical talents, her love of her faith, the fact that she was a Holy woman, and her friendship. May God welcome Lynn into His mansion! Love, Phillis and Bill Brewer

 

Vince and Maureen Marko posted on 1/16/19

We are so saddened to loose Jean. She was such a great sister/sister in law to us. One is never ready to loose our parents. Remember she will watch over you from her Heavenly home. Hugs to all of you

 

Phyllis Psencik posted on 1/16/19

Anthony, so sorry for your loss. Sorry we cannot attend the funeral. John and I are both Ill with upper respiratory problems. we don't need to spread it around. We will keep you and your family in our prayers.

 

Phyllis Psencik posted on 1/16/19

Anthony, John and I are keeping you and your family in our prayers. No words can take away your loss, but we are here for you if you need us. Sorry we cannot attend the funeral, we are both sick with Upper respiratory problems and we don't need to spread it around.

 

 

Sue Nitchie posted on 1/16/19

It was my pleasure to work with Carolyn for several years. She was such a sweet, caring person. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.

 

Frank and Pat Barrow posted on 1/16/19

Anthony, So sorry for your loss. Our sincere thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Pat and I miss seeing you and the friends we had in Glen Rose.

 

Tricia Regalado posted on 1/16/19

Jennifer was a mentor to me when I was a new Journalism teacher in Arlington. She was brilliant, funny, kind and strong. I am so grateful to her for sharing her wisdom. Her lessons and her impact live on today.

 

Kristen Cruz and family posted on 1/16/19

Condolences to the Kelly family. He looks like a well-lived gentleman who is loved by his family.

 

 

David White posted on 1/15/19

First of all I want to give my condolences to the Seymour family for your loss. I worked with David at Halliburton out of Odessa, TX. Everyone knew him by Seymour at our yard. Seymour was a strong and intelligent person and it was shown in his work. He was very blunt but also a very loyal friend. Seymour believed in me at work when nobody else did. He was outgoing and full of life and had an infectious way of being the center of attention in any place we went after work with the guys to enjoy ourselves. Seymour i will never forget you and you were a damn good friend and supervisor. I love you man! Little boots will always remember you.

 

Charles Patterson posted on 1/15/19

I was deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Ray. I am one of his cousins. Rayford was a quiet, gentle man. He loved his family. I could always count on getting to visit with him at least twice a year- at the Coon Creek Singing on the 4th Sunday in April and at the Kelly Reunion in Fredericksburg in August. He greatly enjoyed both events. Our prayers are with all his family members. He will be greatly missed

 

Tina johnson posted on 1/15/19

I am so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you all. Ray was such a kind man and was very welcoming to me into the family. He will be missed. Prayers for everyone. Wish i could be there to give you guys a hug. Love you

 

Mary Lanham Gabel posted on 1/15/19

Growing up this poem meant a lot to us as siblings: Did you tackle that trouble that came your way 
With a resolute heart and cheerful? 
Or hide your face from the light of day 
With a craven soul and fearful? 
Oh, a trouble's a ton, or a trouble's an ounce, 
Or a trouble is what you make it, 
And it isn't the fact that you're hurt that counts, 
But only how did you take it? 
You are beaten to earth? Well, well, what's that? 
Come up with a smiling face. 
It's nothing against you to fall down flat, 
But to lie there -- that's disgrace. 
The harder you're thrown, why the higher you bounce; 
Be proud of your blackened eye! 
It isn't the fact that you're licked that counts, 
It's how did you fight -- and why? 
And though you be done to the death, what then? 
If you battled the best you could, 
If you played your part in the world of men, 
Why, the Critic will call it good. 
Death comes with a crawl, or comes with a pounce, 
And whether he's slow or spry, 
It isn't the fact that you're dead that counts, 
But only how did you die?

 

 

phil Stokes posted on 1/15/19

I was a son-in-law for 24 years I know he was a great guy he well be missed

 

Tina johnson posted on 1/14/19

Thinking of everyone. Ray was always so kind and welcomed me into the family. Prayers to all.

 

Tina Johnson posted on 1/14/19

Thinking of all of you. Ray was always so kind to me and welcoming me as part of the family. Prayers for everyone.

 

Margaret & Noah. Scott posted on 1/14/19

We will miss you at church.

 

Paige stone griffin posted on 1/14/19

Playing with Donnie and Foster way back when

 

Carolyn Peters posted on 1/14/19

So many fun times with Phil. Always so friendly to everyone and always wanting to help. Just a special person that came into our lives through being neighbors. Always loved to watch him drive by in one of his antique cars. So thankful to have known him.

 

 

Russell Goff posted on 1/14/19

I worked with Donald for many years. He was a friend and visited many tes in the hospital when I was seriously ill. Good man and wI'll miss his wit, prayer's for family and friends

 

Ania posted on 1/14/19

Deepest sympathies for your loss and may your happy memories give you comfort while your heart grieves. Please, take comfort knowing Our Great God's desire is to undo the pain and grief death brings Job 14:14,15

 

 

Luis and Gabriela posted on 1/13/19

We will miss you Don !!!

 

 

Ricky & Angela Kitchens posted on 1/12/19

Our sympathy and prayers

 

 

Marvin and Jamye Porter posted on 1/12/19

He was on the front row with Hollie praising the Lord at Church on Thistle Ridge.

 

 

Quentin posted on 1/12/19

Best brother ever... Barring taking me to meet tbe baby snakes, and to the movies that Mom told you not to cuz theyd give me nightmares. But then again, Idid get to see all the Classics. 😁 Miss you bro.

 

 

Jason & Jana Barr posted on 1/12/19

You will be greatly missed my friend.❤

 

 

Travis Robinson posted on 1/12/19

Thank you Don and Holly for the love you showed me and the love you have for Jesus. I appreciate the great teaching I received from him. He was a good man, loved by his Father God and many here on earth. We will miss you! Travis

 

 

Jerry and Brenda Davis posted on 1/12/19

Donald shared with us the early beginnings of the world in between the verses of Genesis 1. What a learned man who studied the Bible relentlessly. We loved learning from him.

 

Jerry and Brenda Davis posted on 1/12/19

Donald and you are two of the most loved people in Granbury!! Thank you Holly and Donald for being part of our lives

 

 

Fred Stewart posted on 1/12/19

Will miss him!

 

 

Jessica Schilling posted on 1/12/19

Xoxoxoxo

 

 

Margie posted on 1/12/19

Love you Holly

 

 

Mike Dyer posted on 1/12/19

Wonderful to know you brother. Wish I was where you are now, but I have a lot do yet and follow in your footsteps

 

 

Charlotte Ames posted on 1/12/19

Don you will be missed; we know you are in your eternal home now

 

 

Holly Michel posted on 1/12/19

In memory Donald Ernest Michel

 

Holly Michel posted on 1/12/19

I love you Donald. I know where you are and I know you are not lost. I wish I could see what you are seeing! Praise God!

 

 

Randa carroll posted on 1/12/19

I love his smiling face in the front row at worship with his hands held high praising God.

 

Holly Michel posted on 1/12/19

I miss you every second. I miss my morning coffee buddy. Watching sermons with you. Settling in for a good movie. And how you loved your yorkies! They miss you. Thanks for being my my strong spoon. I keep expecting you to walk thru the door.... I love you to infinity and back. And forever. ❤✌🔥🎶

 

 

Amy Gilbert and Karen Thomas posted on 1/12/19

i’m sure you have many happy memories in your heart and mind. Give them room to surround and sustain you in this difficult time.

 

 

Zula Blann posted on 1/11/19

You were an exceptional person achieving much as a wife, mother, educator, and friend. You will be missed. May God give you peace.

 

Judie Wilhoit posted on 1/11/19

Jennifer and I were close friends since 7th grade at Pampa junior high school. We shared a friendship all through high school and were roommates at TWU. I was her maid of honor at her wedding. Although we haven’t lived close in years, there’s still that special bond between us.

 

 

Ed & Linda Sims posted on 1/11/19

We will always remember the fun times we shared! Till We Meet Again!💜

 

Barry Peters posted on 1/11/19

Phil lived down the street from my parents for many years and I had the pleasure of meeting him whenever I was in town. A real gem and a truly selfless man, as evidenced by his giving back to the community over the years. Oh behalf of my family, I'd like to express our pleasure and honor of having he and Dixie in our lives and we will forever cherish our friendships forged over many years with such a wonderful couple. RIP Phil and God bless.

 

Neil and Shirley Hatch posted on 1/10/19

Su so humbled me by inviting me to teach her Bible class when she would be out of town. She had never heard me teach so her invitation had to be based only on our relationship. She asked me to teach again later so I was doubly honored. Su was truly a treasure to every person who ever knew her. Her wit and enthusiasm for life rubbed off on us all!

 

Neil and Shirley Hatch posted on 1/10/19

A Valentine Dinner with her and friend Evelyn. Our son bought long stemmed rose and a box of candy for both of them. So unexpected and just delighted both of them! An invitation to substitute teacher for her in the Visionary’s Class

 

Felicia D posted on 1/9/19

Please accept my sincere condolences for the loss of your beloved husband, father, son and brother, Rich. No words could ever convey the pain of your heart, but our loving Creator and Heavenly Father does know. He has promised that very soon this enemy, death, and all the things that bring our hearts pain will be a distant memory-Hosea 13:14. Until then, please find comfort in knowing that "He (God) is close to the broken hearted and those crushed in spirit he saves"-Psalm 34:18. It is my hope that these passages along with your loving memories of Rich, comfort your hearts and give you a measure of peace during this most difficult time.

 

Cathy Sims posted on 1/9/19

Sharon, Shannon, and family, I’m so very sorry for your loss. I know the many memories of him will bring sadness for a while but soon they will bring you comfort and happiness. I’m praying for God to hold y’all especially close in the next few months. I’m also praying for your peace and comfort.

 

Brandy Wood posted on 1/8/19

Sweet Su had such a gift for making a person feel cherished when you were in her presence. Without fail, she spread a warmth over every precious time spent with her, and she will be deeply missed. Su was a treasure among women and I am SO proud to call her my friend. Much love and blessings to all who mourn her passing, and thanks be to God for welcoming her home.

 

Glenn & Judy Murphy posted on 1/8/19

We could not have asked for a kinder & caring brother-in-law. So glad we stayed in touch via internet. You will be greatly missed. Condolences to Sharon, Jake, & Shannon. We love you!

 

JJ Mainord posted on 1/8/19

Su was my Friday gal and took me to radiation every Friday for 7 weeks. We stopped at Braums in F.W. for a different sundae each week. What special memories and fun did we have. I miss and love my Friday gal.

 

Dan posted on 1/7/19

You've finally made it home my friend. You will be missed here on earth, but the reunion will be wonderful!

 

Patricia Flowers posted on 1/7/19

Karen my condolences. I pray that God gives you and your family strength, comfort and peace during this time. I remember conversations with you at st Luke’s about your dad.

 

Ken Fritts posted on 1/7/19

I am so sorry I will not be able to come to the service. i always enjoyed visiting with Phil. He was always very kind and always had a smile for everyone. He will be missed. Thoughts and prayers!

 

charles conway posted on 1/5/19

our thoughts and prayers are with the family- so glad I got to visit in October- the obituary is beautifully written regards cousin chuck Conway & family

 

Libby posted on 1/5/19

Barbara, I know you and Jack are now reunited and you have missed him so much. it’s been an honor to be your hairstylist for all these years. I love ya and will miss you tremendously, Libby Tatarko

 

Erin posted on 1/5/19

Say hi to gpa Barber for me , will miss the funny FB msgs and videos. Thank you for loving my mom, REst in peace Love, Erin

 

Karlyne Van Daelr posted on 1/5/19

Great joak teller at Lowe's loved his booming laugh. Will be missed.

 

Larry and Sherrie Crosby posted on 1/4/19

We are sorry to hear of your loss. Janet and Ginger, and your families are in our prayers.

 

Quentin posted on 1/4/19

Miss you so much my brother...both for your sometimes sage council and the laughter we shared at each other's expense. Hope to be with you again one day in that place where no shadows fall.

 

Paul R. Record posted on 1/4/19

A brilliant, humorous soul---- Uncle Paul

 

Steve Dunklin posted on 1/4/19

Andy prayers for you and your Family

 

 

Karen Michel Holland posted on 1/4/19

Until we meet again in God’s kingdom, Rest In Peace, Dad - Be Careless

 

Erica Moreno posted on 1/4/19

My sincere condolences to the family. Barbara and Jack were so special to me and they will be greatly missed. These few days since her passing I find myself thinking about conversations we had and hugging her . She was a beautiful person. I’m so sad but at the same time consoled knowing she was a faithful christian. Our prayers are with you at this time.

 

Linda Henslee posted on 1/3/19

So sorry for your loss, I myself know what it means to lose a love one. I found a great deal of comfort from the Bible. Scriptures like 2 Corinthians 1:3, 4 brought me so much comfort. We also have a guarantee at 1 Corinthians 15:26 that our last enemy death will be brought to nothing. I pray these scriptures will bring you true hope and comfort.

 

Linda Henslee posted on 1/3/19

So sorry for the loss of Julene. I myself know what it means to loss a love one. I found great comfort in the Bible, at John 5:28, 29 I was given hope of being reunited with my loved one. Revelation 21:4 gives us a guarantee that death will be done away with forever. I pray these scriptures will bring you comfort and hope.

 

Roberta Elmore posted on 1/3/19

So sorry to here of Frank's passing. Your family is in my prayers. Worked with Janet, saw the children grown up and Frank rode one of my horses for me in the feedlot.

 

Jeffrey Payne posted on 1/2/19

J.B. Payne also served his country in The United States Marine Corps during the Korean War. He was also preceded in death by his first wife of sixteen years, Betty Lou Payne and young son B.J. Grimes. A man who loves the Lord and saved my life by recommending that I seek him out through his word. Best advice he ever gave me. My wife and I, along with my sister, look forward to being reunited him in the place prepared for us by our Father in heaven.

 

jenn posted on 1/1/19

Love you gramma

 

Pam and John Hanst posted on 12/28/18

Our “sweet Su” never failed to teach us the Word of God every Sunday while making us laugh, cry, and grow in the Lord. She truly loved her Lord, and is, without a doubt, enjoying his presence along with her beloved Bob. We miss her, but know she is relieved of pain. Her Visionaries class also know we have another guardian angel watching over us. Rest In Peace, sweet Su!

 

Linda Pyle Bubel posted on 12/28/18

So sorry to hear of your sweet mother’s passing, Stuart and Leigh. Love you.

 

 

Les and Tracy Slaughter posted on 12/28/18

David, our sincere condolences to you and your family.

 

Susan Haberlin posted on 12/27/18

Su will be missed by all that ever had the pleasure to meet her. No one loved their maker more than Su did. She loved Him and His word and loved teaching it to others. Su touched lives where ever she went. So full of love for her fellow mankind that it just spilled out on everyone who was lucky enough to know her. God has called one of his special angels home..her work here was done. She has gone to join her dear Bob at last. Rest well sweet lady we will meet again someday.

 

JoBeth Elrod posted on 12/27/18

Gods love and blessings to Dee’s family and friends. Remembering enjoying Dee and all of you at the ranch. She’s enjoying herself even more now. Prayers for all of you.

 

JoBeth posted on 12/27/18

God Bless all of Dee’s family and friends. She will be missed. We enjoyed her friendship and enjoyed her visits to the ranch. Asking peace and blessings. God speed, Dee.

 

Becky Billmeier posted on 12/27/18

I loved every moment I got to spend with "mom" while taking care of her hands and feet. She always had such great and funny stories and we had so much in common. I will miss her dearly and remember her ever so fondly.

 

 

Kathy Self posted on 12/24/18

We Loved you very much, Aunt Maureen !!! You will never be forgotten!! Give Uncle Gunny a High Five for us !!! Love you!!

 

Danna Holder Robinson posted on 12/24/18

I am blessed to have had someone like Hannah showing me the ropes at Jim’s office over 20 years ago. Being only 16 years old, I am sure her frustrations with me were endless, but she never let it show. Her patience was steadfast and she never missed an opportunity for a teaching moment. Once in a rare while, somebody comes along who doesn’t just raise the bar, they create an entirely new standard of measurement, that was Hannah. For those of us lucky enough to get to work with Hannah, it was a great honor. Please know over the last few days I have thought of many great times we had in the office. She was first class all the way.

 

Ania posted on 12/24/18

Only our Heavenly Father knows the pain we suffer in our hearts. I am so very sorry to hear of your loss, grief can be so different for so many of us, and I encourage you to be gentle with yourself and take confidence in this loving reminder in Gods word. "Now may the Lord of peace himself give you peace constantly in every way. May the Lord be with all of you" 2 Thess 3:16

 

Don & Gwen Richardson posted on 12/22/18

Condolence to: Mike, Kim, Melanie & Clark, Our thoughts are with you all.

 

Donn Teague posted on 12/22/18

Rania and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Donn Teague

 

 

Robin Greer posted on 12/22/18

Fair winds and following seas my friend.

 

 

Steve Kole posted on 12/21/18

I would like to extend my deepest sympathy to Corky and his family at the passing of his Mother.

 

Bob Ellington posted on 12/20/18

So sorry for the loss of a wonderful lady. Mary will be missed around Pecan Plantation. Always had a beautiful smile on her face and encouraging words for you. Rest in Peace Mary

 

David Pilcher posted on 12/19/18

Praise the life of the faithful follower of our Lord Jesus Christ, Rich Timmons !!!! He has and will continue to use your testimony to honor and glorify Him. Treasure in Jars of Clay (2 Corinthians chapter 4) 7 But we have this treasure in jars of clay, to show that the surpassing power belongs to God and not to us. 8 We are afflicted in every way, but not crushed; perplexed, but not driven to despair; 9 persecuted, but not forsaken; struck down, but not destroyed; 10 always carrying in the body the death of Jesus, so that the life of Jesus may also be manifested in our bodies. 11 For we who live are always being given over to death for Jesus' sake, so that the life of Jesus also may be manifested in our mortal flesh.

 

John and Denise Woods posted on 12/19/18

So sorry to hear of Pats passing. You all are in our this and prayers.

 

John Kreski posted on 12/19/18

Craig, Karen and the rest of the Morey Family, May your mother's memories always be a God's Blessing to you. John Kreski, Colorado

 

 

Pam Harrod posted on 12/19/18

Stephanie and Terri I am so sorry for your loss. Praying for Peace and Comfort for you and your family during this difficult time. I love you.

 

 

The Grizzard's posted on 12/19/18

We are sorry for your loss.

 

Brenda Romine Parker posted on 12/19/18

I can remember the night that Pooky and Bobby Rockwell got married. Now they are together again, sitting at the feet of Jesus.

 

Robbi Dugan posted on 12/19/18

I'm praying for the Pat's family and friends. I knew her many years ago and I remember her singing in church with her family and how much she loved Bobby. I'm so sorry for your loss of Pat, I know your hearts are hurting. Bless you all.

 

 

Vicky & Mike Hayes posted on 12/19/18

Love you Sister

 

 

Josie Foley posted on 12/18/18

My ex-husband and I were part of Pat and Bobby's large extended family. WE took may trips with them and enjoyed may wonderful Cowboy seasons. They were the most wonderful and giving people.

 

Cindy Costanza posted on 12/18/18

Prayers for all of his family and friends for I lost my husband to cancer mar 14 2018 I know your pain all to well. but know that rich is pain free and happy again will keep you going . so sorry for your loss I know we have never met but my heart goes out to you all .

 

 

Melinda Polk posted on 12/17/18

What a blessing Rich was on earth. I can’t imagine his contribution as an angel. His family has been a blessing to us all as well.

 

Karl A. Hamilton posted on 12/17/18

Sheri, prayers and condolences from our family— to you and your family.

 

Rod Erickson posted on 12/17/18

Sheri, I am so sorry for your loss. My heart is hurting so much for you. I wish that I could be there with you, but I can't. Please note that I shared your postings and the remarks that I received were awsome. Many people have been inspired by your faith in God and Riche's love and your caring for each other during your journey. I pray that God will comfort you and your family during this time. Please not that God will never leave you alone and that there will be a day that you will be together again. (Uncle Rod)

 

 

Rodney and Janet Caskey posted on 12/17/18

We have such great memories with you over the past few years. We will miss you so much! Ride well in Heaven our friend. Save some good rides for us. We will continue here with your Legacy in our Joy and her upcoming foals. Love you Scritchard! #TeamTimmons!

 

Lightning Arrow Ranch posted on 12/17/18

We are so sorry for your loss: Our Heavenly Father, we pause at this time, mindful of the many blessings you have bestowed upon us. We ask, Lord, that you will be with us in the arena of life. We as cowboys do not ask for special favors. We don't ask to draw around the chute fighting horse, the steer that won't lay, or to never break the barrier. We don't even ask for all daylight runs. We do ask Lord, that you will help us live our lives here on earth as cowboys, in such a manner, that when we make that last inevitable ride, to the country up there, where the grass grows lush, green, and stirrup high, and the water runs cool, clear, and deep, that you'll take us by the hand and say - "Welcome to Heaven cowboy, your entry fees are paid."

 

 

Dana Hosselton posted on 12/17/18

My heart goes out to you Sheri, I feel like I have known you forever, I started following your journey way back when and I am so glad I did, you have a wonderful family inside and out may God help you threw this trying time, May God be with you and your family, God Bless

 

 

Julia Farmer posted on 12/17/18

Love you old friend

 

 

Cathy Roberts posted on 12/17/18

I feel your heart!!

 

Karla Gingerich posted on 12/17/18

My heart goes out to All of you. I was so blessed to have known Rich for a brief time, But the love yall have for each other and the kids was Amazing.. God Bless and Be with you. Much Love from Tennessee. Karla

 

Marie posted on 12/17/18

Please accept my mournful composition and deepest condolence. The loss of a loved one is a heartbreaking occurrence that distresses all people. Knowing that your dear one who no doubt was loved and admired by many, suffered this circumstance that brings untold grief to your family and friends. In your times of sadness and grief, God's word reminds us all that if you pray about your concerns, ‘the peace of God that excels all thought will guard your heart and your mental powers.’—Philippians 4:7.

 

David Jackson posted on 12/16/18

Bennie, Linda and Leslie: We still live at the same address in Arlington but have a weekend place in Sky Harbor in G’bury. We were catching up on past editions of the HCN and saw Casey’s obituary. Our condolences for your loss. I can’t think of a greater heartache than the loss of a child. That’s something I hope never to experience. I remember sitting with Casey at one of the soccer parties when he was about a year old. Even at that age, he had a personality which I attributed to being Leslie’s little brother. That’s the good thing about memories in that they last a lifetime. I hope your memories help you through this difficult time. Please know you’re in our thoughts. David and Melinda Jackson (817) 313-7908 (817) 713-1741

 

 

Darcei Davis posted on 12/14/18

Sorry for your loss.

 

Dana Malone posted on 12/14/18

I remember Mitchell very well as we were neighbors for about 10 years. The kids would play various games many evenings around the cul-de-sac. He and Danielle were good friends and attended the same schools. I am so very saddened to hear of his passing. My deepest condolences to Dale and Joni and the family. He will be missed.

 

Carol and Don Wright posted on 12/13/18

We send our condolences and support to Carol, the family and friends. He was a really fine man and a good neighbor. Prior family commitment will not allow us to attend the service, but we send our thoughts to all.

 

Carissa Waldrep posted on 12/13/18

I had Mitchell in my last class at Tarleton. He was in my group for the whole semester. He was quiet most of the time, but when he did have something to say, he would surprise us because he was so smart! He always had a different way of looking at things. My group members and I were devastated to hear about the loss of our team member. We wanted to attend the memorial together. We are keeping his family in our prayers.

 

Lynda Verduzco posted on 12/13/18

Mitchell was a kind and gentle soul, who loved his family and animals. He is at peace now.❤️

 

Hope posted on 12/11/18

My sincere condolences goes out to the family during this difficult time. May you find a measure of comfort in God's promise at Revelation 21:3,4 where we look forward to a time when there will be no more pain and death any more.

 

Hope posted on 12/11/18

My sincere condolences goes out to the family during this difficult time. May you find a measure of comfort in God's promise at Revelation 21:3,4 where we look forward to a time when there will be no more pain and death any more.

 

Betty L Hicks posted on 12/11/18

To the Jerry Wayne "Peanut" Oldham Family: our Sincere Condolences to my Sister: Donna Oldham(Jerry's Wife); Jerry's Sons: J.J. & Lee and to ALL of the grandchildren and other family members !! Our thoughts and prayers go out to you ALL !! Our THANKS to all that attended Jerry's visitation and services. Also.. We appreciate all that participated as pall barriers: Jerry's Sons: J.J. Oldham & Lee Oldham; and friends: Rookie, Arthur, Frank, & Alfredo. Many THANKS to you all !! Sincerely and with Much Love, Betty Lou Teague Hicks

 

Lewis posted on 12/11/18

My heart burns for you. I’m so sorry for your loss. If this can be comforting to you, just know that he is no longer suffering (Ecclesiastes 9:5) and now he, as well as others who have died, awaits the wonderful resurrection that Jehovah God has promised (Acts 24:15). I hope this message brings you comfort.

 

Wanda and Dean King posted on 12/10/18

Shirley was such a good friend, I will miss her! May God wrap his arms around her family and comfort them.

 

 

Annie and Rich posted on 12/10/18

So very sorry for your loss Vernon......prayers for you and your family.

 

 

Cheryl Bridges Heartsill posted on 12/9/18

You will missed by many family members and friends! Loved ya Always Aunt Shirley

 

 

Teri Lide posted on 12/9/18

A beautiful heart!❤

 

Kathleen Prado posted on 12/9/18

My inspiration, my role model, my mentor, my leader, my boss, my colleague, my friend. Thank you for all the endless hours and hard work you did to make sure our teachers at Nueva Vista Elem school had everything they needed to teach and be successful. Thank you from all of our students whose lives you touched, and made a difference! Thank you for inspiring me to be the best I could be, for believing in me, for teaching me how important relationships are in the work that we do daily! Today I am the Assistant Principal at Nueva Vista because of your leadership, love and inspiration! I love you, God bless you and Goodbye for now????❤️????????????

 

Kent Ladd posted on 12/9/18

Coach Martin never actually taught me in a class, but he was my homeroom teacher and he was a tremendous influence on my in High School at Tascosa HS in Amarillo in the early 70's. He was a great, great guy and we became friends. He moved on to Vega and I lost track of him. Sounds like he helped other kids just like he impacted me. Rest in peace my friend.

 

 

Mary Lisauckis posted on 12/8/18

Missing you and your beautiful smile today and always Janet ❤️

 

 

Jan Carson posted on 12/7/18

Loved this woman! Sweetest soul ever!

 

Irene Germaine posted on 12/7/18

You were not only my principal, but my friend, my mentor, my confidante, and my prayer partner. You inspired me to excel as an educator. My heart aches, but I know that you're in the presence of our Lord. We shall meet again in heaven. Love you always, Irene

 

 

Marla Rhoades posted on 12/7/18

Beautiful lady with a beautiful soul. She is in God’s loving hands and surrounded by Angels.

 

 

Kathleen Prado posted on 12/7/18

I loved Mrs HOWINGTON so much! She was my inspiration and my Rome model. Her instructional leadership, guidance, patience, love and trust is what helped shape me to be the person that I am today! I will always love and remember my Principal, colleague and friend. Rest In Peace my sweet friend. ????????

 

 

Juanita A Gomez and family posted on 12/7/18

Thank you for all ur hard work and dedication you had at NV ????????????❤️ And the wonderful celebration we would have outside of worksite and inside ???????????????? May God bless you and rest in heaven ????????????❤️ Till we meet again ☹️ you will always be missed RIP ????????????????????❤️????☹️❤️

 

Geraldine Kight posted on 12/6/18

To the Oldham family.Sorry for your lost.I know the boys Lee,Justin and Bee will miss him greatly.Kay I send love to you,know this will be so hard on you.Will pray for peace and comfort for the family,love you all so much.Jeanne Kight

 

Ronald Flynn posted on 12/6/18

Scottie was a very good self taught artist with a huge passion for horses. While going to high school in Hopkins, Minnesota she did a large wood block carving of horses in a variety of stances. It looked so good a school counselor had it framed and it hung on the wall in the counselor's office until he retired. I assume it now hangs in his or a relatives home. I know because I tried unsuccessfully to track down that woodblock picture.

 

gary clifton posted on 12/6/18

Jerry was a customer of mine when I worked at the Bank in Hico many years ago. Jerry was one of the most genuine and down to earth people I ever met. Always considerate and trying to do the right thing. Besides being his Loan Officer for many years, I considered Jerry a good friend. My condolences. Gary Clifton Ft. Worth Texas

 

Doris E. Jones posted on 12/6/18

I have fond memories of Jean and all her family. She’s up in heaven celebrating with Buster, Dwayne and Benny. My mom and dad will be ecstatic to see her. Love all of y’all.

 

Sandra posted on 12/6/18

My condolences to the family. Please be comforted by the Bibles promise of the resurrection. Acts 24:15, John 5:28,29.

 

Susan D Dubow posted on 12/5/18

Dear Bobbie, You were amazing.. The hardest worker I ever knew. At Elizabeth the best placement coordinator.. later an AP then a Principal. Stayed at Elizabeth til 11 pm doing her work and never complained. So later I did what you did and remembered how you viewed work. Do it now and don't worry about it tomorrow or it will pile up...Knew the families and loved them. Supportive to me and gave me great teaching tips and other tips. Threw me the best baby shower. Nominated me for a Bravo Music Award at the Music Center in the 80's. The most awesome worker. I know you'd work til 100 if you had the chance... We all will miss you at Elizabeth and I know at Nueva Vista too. I will remember you when I walk into that conference room office in the main building even though I am retired. Classy dresser too Bobby. Noone wore heels better than you and the coolest earrings. You will be missed and forever loved. Sulu Sue Dubow You were my inspiration. I love you so much.

 

 

Maria Renteria Vaughn posted on 12/5/18

Mrs. H. in the 20 years that I've known you, there are so many good memories that I have of you. You were such a wonderful human being. I was very bless to have you as my Boss. One memory that stands out is your love of Salsa. The hotter the better. I never knew anyone who drank Salsa like it was water.

 

Darrell Point posted on 12/4/18

My condolences to you and your family

 

Darrell Point posted on 12/4/18

My condolences

 

 

Jessey posted on 12/4/18

Heaven has gained a beautiful Angel! I was Bobby's hair dresser for about 4 years, and in that time she became a part of my family! She was the sweetest lady i have ever met and she is going to be miss so much, not by just me but by many!! I was so glad to have got to know her! Love you always Bobby!!

 

 

Jessey posted on 12/4/18

I was Bobby's hair dresser for about 4 years...she also became family to me during that time! She will definitely be missed very much by so many! Heavan has gained a beautiful Angel!!! Love you always

 

Susan Sulu Dubow posted on 12/4/18

Bobbie was awesome in every way. Worked tireless hours at Elizabeth Learning Center as pkacemebt Voirdiatir and was a great AP and Pricipal I am told. Was so supportive to me while I was a new teacher.. was instrumental in getting me nominated for the Bravo award for the performing Arts at the Music center. Gave me an amazing baby shower. Loved her Wallace deeply. Loved her work more than herself. Stayed at work til 11 pm . No harder a worker than her. So giving and special. Classy dresser. Beautiful person. I learned so much from her. Sulu Dubow Elizabeth Learning Center

 

 

Beverly Mendoza posted on 12/4/18

I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Susan and Morris Bussey posted on 12/4/18

We love this family, especially Joy and her sister Bob! So sorry to see them both gone. May God give peace to the family, Know that we care.

 

Steve Warren posted on 12/4/18

It was an honor and a privilege to work with Bonnie at Nuva Vista Elementary for several years. I deeply appreciated her leadership and encouragement. I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Dan & judy.Phillipson posted on 12/4/18

Barbara was a beautiful & loving person to all that knew her, she had dignity & grace & a spirit for life that was boundless. The world was a better place with her in our lives . she loved us & we loved her so much .God has another Angel in heaven but she will be greatly missed by all

 

Steve Warren posted on 12/4/18

It was my great honor and pleasure to work with Bobbie at Nueva Vista for many years. I truly appreciated her leadership and encouraging spirit. I’m very sorry for your loss.

 

Jim Beckner posted on 12/3/18

Dearest Bonnie was the fine and good mother of my Ellis cousins. Sweet comrade in arms of my mother, Billie Ann Beckner. They are together again, smiling and laughing about tough old times. Love and blessings to all of precious Bonnie's family. The Jim Beckner Family of Katy, Texas

 

Mandi Thomas posted on 12/2/18

I lost grandma months ago and just now am able to look at her obituary. She was one of the greatest person anyone could ever know. She was what everyone should be.

 

Renee(bunny) oran posted on 12/1/18

So sorry for your loss Theresa and family you will see her again.may God wrap his arms around yall and give you peace

 

Bill and Jill Keating posted on 11/30/18

Jason, we are so very sorry about the loss of your beautiful wife.My g-d help you in these days to come.

 

Bobbie Brady posted on 11/30/18

always admired the relationship between Theresa and Elaine. I am so sorry for you, Theresa, and your family. She was so cute and made me smile the few times I had the pleasure of being around her.

 

Freddie and Dale Taylor posted on 11/29/18

Our deepest heart felt sympathy and prayers for peace and comfort at this difficult time. God hold you all close and long.

 

Chandra Floyd posted on 11/29/18

Jerry Don was the best boss I ever had while working at First National. I will never forget his kindness, his easy going attitude, and the way he truly cared for people in general. The world was a better place for having Jerry in it - my heartfelt sympathy goes out to all his family and loved ones at this difficult time. God Bless each and every one of you.

 

 

betty darnell posted on 11/29/18

He was a good Christian man.. I will miss him and I love him so much..

 

Bobby Simpson posted on 11/29/18

I am so very sorry of the loss of Jerry Don. I am so glad I got to visit with him at the family reunion. I have many special memories of fun times we had together growing up. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this time of grief. God bless you all.

 

Trey Price posted on 11/29/18

You were the tall girl with crazy curly hair. We had so many classes together from Acton Elementary through high school. The first year book I looked in last night our pictures were next to each other on the class page.

 

Beverely Hill posted on 11/29/18

To Susan and family, including the many friends and the community of Granbury, my deepest sympathy and prayers for comfort during this very sad time. May God grant each of you peace and understanding in the days to come.

 

 

Karen June Bays posted on 11/29/18

Forever wrapped in God's Amazing Grace

 

 

Donavon Schmidt posted on 11/29/18

A life well lived. I will keep you in my heart always.

 

Hank Stone posted on 11/29/18

Jerry Don was always so nice to me during my employment at FNB. He was truly a special man and loved his family! He is fondly remembered! Our love and prayers go out for his beautiful wife! A large community of friends share your loss!

 

Cindy Peters posted on 11/28/18

All of Granbury is mourning the loss Jerry Don. He was a kind man who loved his family beyond measure. He was definitely one of the good ones... God's blessings to Susan and the whole Hodges family.

 

Kathy Davis posted on 11/28/18

Stan and Margaret, I am so sorry for your loss. I didn't know Anna but I know your love for your children was always evident in everything you said or did. My heart breaks for your family. I have asked God to please be with you all during this time of grief. May he wrap his arms around you and help ease your pain.

 

Katrena Reeves posted on 11/28/18

Jerry was just an amazing man! I remember him always at church and helping at our youth events. Prayers and much love for Susan, Shelby and the boys!

 

 

Jessica Burton posted on 11/28/18

Jerry left a sweet and beautiful wife, May God Bless her now and always.

 

 

Jessica Burton posted on 11/28/18

Jerry had the sweetest, most beautiful wife a man could have. May he Rest In Peace and God watch over Susan.

 

Kanetha Hicks posted on 11/28/18

I am so sorry for this loss. Margaret and Stan have always been such good parents and loved their girls so very much. No parent should ever have to grieve a childs death at any age. Anna was a sweet person from way back in the day when my girls played together with her and Sarah daily. There are truly no words that I or anyone else can say to take this pain away. Please know that you are all in my prayers and I love you.

 

Donna Hodges posted on 11/28/18

Prayers for strength and comfort at this time. May you mean on the Lord for guidance and peace. We are so very sorry and sending big hugs to you all. Billy Bob Donna Jason Chad and Holly ????❤️

 

Pam & Jeff Pugh posted on 11/28/18

I’m so glad we had a chance to get to know Jimmy last year when we dropped in on y’all. What a sweet man and oh, how he loved you, Pam! Know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Love you!!

 

Beth Westbrook posted on 11/27/18

Song of Soloman 2:16 "He is my beloved is mine and I am his; he browses among the lilies" What a beautiful life and love y'all were blessed with. Hold fast to the memories and the images of y'alls love, life, adventures. Prayers lifted for all of you so dear to his heart! Love you Pam! May Jimmy and Jesus guide you all the days of your life in blessings, peace, unfailing love, understanding.

 

Diana Strub posted on 11/27/18

Jimmy will long be remembered for his kind heart consideration of others. He will always be a special memory of the Blessings he shared with our family. We love you Jimmy.

 

Kenneth Prosise posted on 11/27/18

Its with a heavy heart I write this. Jimmy you were always a great friend and loving family man. I will always cherish our golfing adventures. Even though you always won, just know it's because I let you. I love you my friend, until we meet agin on that big golf course in the sky. Your loving friend Kenneth

 

Patsy Walton posted on 11/27/18

Margie was a beautiful person. She was a very gifted artist; I took watercolor from her years ago, and she was so encouraging. So glad I got to visit with her last year. My condolences to you all.

 

Gary M posted on 11/27/18

While the cliche "one of a kind" is commonplace these days; Jess was the O.G. one of a kind guy. While I have countless stories that illustrate his "uniqueness', I will save them for a time in which, hopefully, we can gather in some fashion (together, online, spiritually, or... to share, expand upon, and enjoy Jess's influence on our lives. Jess had the unique ability to communicate his heartfelt emotions through his eyes. Both eyes and eyebrows raised = this is interesting...(often transformed into a single eyebrow tilt that indicated his lie-detector was on full alert (I failed that scrutiny more than once....) Jess was also the catalyst who's gregarious nature enabled friendships that I and countless friends enjoy today. Describing Jess as "sincerely humble" would be an understatement (to paraphrase Jess, "I'm just Jess". ...Oh yeah!!! Never call him Mr. Molina! According to him, that title was reserved for his father; Jess was "just Jess...".... Lisa and Gina...you are living proof of Jess's absolute optimism and, more importantly, you are living legacies of a good man... and a friend who will truly be missed...but never forgotten. Bernie, Kelly, and I would like to stay in touch. My email is gm***ty@san.rr.com (connect the dots....) My condolences to you on your, and our loss....

 

Lynn Smith posted on 11/26/18

Sandy, praying for you and your family. You are a wonderful daughter and your parents were blessed to have you. I will see you at the service. Love to you dear friend.

 

Elizabeth Wright posted on 11/26/18

Carroll was my supervisor in Environmental Protection at ORNL. He was forward thinking, hard working, a good listener, thoughtful regarding others and pursued fairness and truth. I did always think he would have preferred being outdoors on a horse rather than in a cramped office trailer ! I am so sorry to hear that you did not have more time with him.

 

 

Capt. Jim Hodgson CAL (Ret) posted on 11/24/18

Although I was with CAL for 34 years I did not meet him until after he retired. I was part of a group that contacted Harry about the Travell Air 5000 he owned that once belonged to Amon Carter, Sr. Harry had devoted many years to the restoration of that airplane but was unable to complete the project. The group I was associated purchased the airplane and completed the restoration. It is proudly on display in downtown Fort Worth with Harry credited for preserving it and the legacy of commercial aviation it represents. It was my pleasure to get to know Harry and Jackie through that process and afterward. He was a great North Texas aviation history resource. I will miss the association.

 

Sacramenta Landrum posted on 11/24/18

To the Lane family and friends please accept my deepest condolences for the loss of your loved one James. Hope and comfort during this difficult time comes from God's wonderful promise for the loved ones we have lost in death through his son Jesus Christ he is going to resurrect both the righteous and the unrighteous John 5: 28,29, very soon right here on a brand new Paradise Earth no more sickness pain or death Life Without End Revelation 21:1-5.

 

Glenda Moore Waldrup posted on 11/24/18

Such a shock at the passing of Carroll. I have fond memories of Carroll when we were kids growing up. He and I were cousins. My father and Carroll's mother were brother and sister. Every Sunday, our families would gather at Grandpa's house for fellowship. It was a large family so there was lots of cousins. We were all at Carroll's house the day he ran into the barbed wire fence and cut his face. Traumatic for all of us. It was evident then, at a young age, that Carroll was a kind, loving, giving and dedicated young man. A role model as he grew in age. My condolences to all of you that loved him. I know you will miss him. RIP Carroll!

 

 

Celia Albertson posted on 11/24/18

Your light will shine on for all that knew you - forever

 

Shorty and Sue Adams posted on 11/23/18

Playing 42 at Pineridge Campground, Ruidoso NM

 

WN posted on 11/23/18

My condolences go out to you and your family at this time John 5:28,29 says Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life, and those who practiced vile things to a resurrection of judgment. WN

 

Linda Donihoo posted on 11/23/18

I Remember the summers I spent with you, Aunt Delna and my cousins in Little Rock Arkansas in a cabin on the lake. Such wonderful times. I was blessed when you walked me down the isle. Your were the father I never had. I love you and you will be missed. ❤️

 

Robert & Karen Nickell posted on 11/22/18

Betty and Family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time of great loss. Sending energies of love & light. God bless you ~

 

Ingrid E Sullivan posted on 11/22/18

Sorry to hear of your passing Frank. You and Jill were such nice people to work with, we know that God is glad to have you home.

 

Edgar von Trotha posted on 11/22/18

I only met Mr. Moore one time, but his son, Hayward, Jr., is a good friend of mine as well as a good golfing buddy. I know from conversations with the son over the years that he did an exceptional job of looking after his father and attending to his needs. The father and son were close and I know that the son will miss his father very much. My wife, Maria, and I extend our heartfelt sympathy and condolences to Hayward Jr. and his wife loving wife Meg.

 

Scott Young posted on 11/21/18

Roy was a true friend who was there for you in the best of times and the worst of times. He was teacher and mentor to so many of us in our work careers. Roy will be missed by us all and forgotten by none. May he smile on us all as he begins his new journey.

 

Steve Peck posted on 11/21/18

I am glad that I had the opportunity to know Roy. I first met him through my father (Marvin Peck). Roy was a regular attendee at the Monday Coffee club my dad has hosted for many years at his work shop. During the few encounters I had with Roy, I came to know him as a kind, gentle, and soft spoken man who was very easy to talk to. I know my father thought a lot of Roy and will miss his presence on Mondays. I feel blessed to have known Roy.

 

Kathy Moss posted on 11/21/18

Betty, Brian and family, We were so sorry to hear of Tom's passing. I know you will miss him so very much. He was always friendly and had a smile whenever I saw him.

 

Rick McConnell posted on 11/21/18

God Speed.

 

 

David and Jean Weisgerber posted on 11/21/18

Jeff,Monica and Erica, we are so sorry to learn about Carrols accident, will miss him very much. Had a great time while your family was in oak Ridge. Jean and I will have you all in our prayers. May God bless you all. David and Jean

 

Christy Chapman posted on 11/21/18

Pawpaw, for 43 years. He took us camping in the mountains, taught us how to carve aspen walking sticks and burn our markings in them, caught my first rainbow trout with him, and cooked it on an open campfire. From riding trains thru the mountains, helicopter rides over Mesa Verde, to so much more I cannot list. For our summers, we all went to the lake lot with his friends and other family. Where we made homemade ice cream, boating, fishing, and fireworks. Countless memories. Christmas was always special and always at their home. Making homemade ornaments, visiting with family, and the best food ever. He taught me manners as a young child and cooked me my first live lobster. Driving to Granbury will never be the same, but I’m so thankful for all the wonderful memories he gave us all. Until we meet again. I love you Pawpaw.

 

Don posted on 11/21/18

Roy was always a teacher and mentor to me, but most of all a good friend. His wisdom was equal to his desire to have fun and often collided in his pranks he pulled on friends. The world is a little sad today, but heaven is brighter. I will miss him dearly.

 

Mark Smith posted on 11/21/18

I have fond memories of Joy during the time we worked together at Comanche Peak. She was such a pleasure to be around. I am sorry for your loss.

 

Judy Myers posted on 11/21/18

I had the privilege of meeting Barry as his optometrist, and had seen him for his annual exams the last 2 yrs. I was saddened to hear of his passing this year, and pray for peace and comfort to his family, during this upcoming holiday season. May your memories bring you peace...

 

DUWAIN CORBELL posted on 11/21/18

Roy was a great mentor to me during my early days at the Dallas I&SE office. He was always ready to listen and teach. He was a great inspiration to all he touched

 

Chris Gandy posted on 11/21/18

I remember lots of things about my Uncle Roy. He was always a man that I looked up to. I always perceived him as strong but at the same time, a person that genuinely cared about the well being of others. I used to enjoy the combinations of food that he would recommend I try one day, one of them being chocolate cake with a glass of champagne. I had not seen my uncle for probably around 10 years now but he's someone I would think about every so often. To this day he's the only person I've ever heard use the words "over yonder" and that brings a smile to my face every time I reminisce about it. I offer my sincerest condolences to my Aunt Betty and to my cousins, and to the rest of his family and friends. The world has lost a true gentleman.

 

 

Karen Lewis posted on 11/21/18

My condolences

 

Jerri Peacock Goree your baby girl posted on 11/20/18

You were always larger than life to me. I'm not sure how I will go on. You were the very first love of my life,I will forever miss you! As George Strait sang. I'll be carrying your love with me.

 

Kathy Martin posted on 11/20/18

I didn’t know Carroll very long, but I remember his big smile that light up the room. And the big hug he gave me when he saw me after chemo! God bless you and your family and give you peace. Love you, my friend!

 

Sid Underwood posted on 11/20/18

Joy was appropriately named. What a wonderful lady. My condolences to all the family and friends. Sid Underwood

 

 

Kimberly Bills posted on 11/20/18

Even though I knew Carroll a brief time, I remember most his being a man of few words. When he did speak, however, every word was worth a listen. I love how he enjoyed his music! My prayers for the family during this difficult time.

 

AmbaFlex Team posted on 11/19/18

Dear Herd Family, On behalf of the entire AmbaFlex family, we extend our sincerest condolences for the loss of your dear son, Casey. Our thoughts and prayers are offered for your strength, love, and support for one another at this difficult time. God bless Casey and your entire family. May you find peace in knowing that God loves you, AmbaFlex Team

 

Larry and Geraldine Vest posted on 11/19/18

I cherish the memories of traveling and participating in FFA judging contests with Carroll throughout the state of Texas during our time at Tolar High School. Also, our times at Tarleton College. Our prayers are with the Family at this sad time.

 

Larry and Geraldine Vest posted on 11/19/18

Carroll Nix

 

Nic hayes posted on 11/19/18

I’m so sorry to hear about Casey. Casey was an amazing person and a friend. Let me know if I can help in any way

 

Kathy Gosdin posted on 11/19/18

So sorry for your loss. Your Mom was a sweet lady and I always enjoyed visiting with her. Praying for strength and peace at this time.

 

Felicia D posted on 11/19/18

Please accept my sincere condolences for the loss of your dear loved one, Casey. No words could ever convey the pain of your heart, but our loving Creator and Heavenly Father does know. He has promised that very soon this enemy, death, and all the things that bring our hearts pain will be a distant memory-Revelation 21:3/4. Until then please find comfort in knowing that "He (God) is close to the broken hearted and those crushed in spirit he saves"-Psalm 34:18. It is my hope that these passages along with your loving memories of Casey, comfort your hearts and give you a measure of peace during this most difficult time.

 

 

MARY ANN HOLDER posted on 11/18/18

LOVE YOU DON!!!!

 

 

MARY ANN HOLDER posted on 11/18/18

I love you Don, I didn't realize how much until you were gone. R.I.P.

 

 

Bob & Tracey Miller posted on 11/17/18

Our deepest sympathies are with you all. May you feel God’s embrace as he comforts all of you.

 

 

Donna posted on 11/15/18

Aunt Kay was a ball of fire! Funny and most of ALL......she LOVED her family! We are deeply sad to learn she has left this earth, but happy she has reunited with her love of 57 yrs and our Heavenly Father.

 

Jerry Dixon posted on 11/15/18

When Harry and I returned to work at CAL in 1986 we shared a crash pad in Humble Tx for several years. What a great person to be around. Great humor. Many great memories.

 

Cliff Pleggenkuhle posted on 11/15/18

I have know Harry since 1964. His humor and wit were incomparable along with his mechanical skills. Have a smooth flight west my friend.

 

Bill and Janet Adams posted on 11/15/18

So sorry for your loss. He left great memories and fun times at the airport. Harry will be missed.

 

 

Patti DELVALLE posted on 11/15/18

Bless you on your journey. You will be their guadian angel.

 

 

Patti DELVALLE posted on 11/15/18

Bless you on your journey. You will be their guardian angel.

 

Joyce Murphy Beard posted on 11/15/18

Ronnie and family, on behalf of Kerry Von Murphy’s family, we extend our deepest sympathies on your loss.We pray for your strength thru this difficult time.

 

Dave and Martha Williams posted on 11/15/18

Ron and family, and Nancy and family, we regret hearing of the passing of MaryAnn. Our thoughts and sympathies are with each of you.

 

 

Dena posted on 11/14/18

I LOVE YOU MOM (LINDA SUE VILLEGAS) I MISS YOU MOM????❤️???????????????????????????????? I miss you MOM!!!!

 

Laverne Brown posted on 11/14/18

How heartfelt Prayers are with you All!

 

Laverne Brown posted on 11/14/18

Our Love and Prayers are with you All! Such a Sweet and Kind man!

 

Linda S Hansen posted on 11/14/18

May comfort and peace be your guides during your time of healing ❤️

 

 

Linda S Hansen posted on 11/14/18

Will miss seeing that Hansen smile. The Hansen men always had a little bit of mischief added ❤️

 

 

Elizabeth Ranft posted on 11/14/18

Blessings to you all.

 

 

Carol Reilly posted on 11/14/18

Harry took me up in his airplane. I was about 9. It was the best. He was so nice to me growing up. It meant a lot to me.

 

Johnny & Jackie posted on 11/14/18

Ron & family, So sorry to hear about the loss of your precious wife, MaryAnn. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Johnny & Jackie Griffin

 

Neal Turner posted on 11/14/18

If you could ever call a concrete contractor an artist, it would be Joe Don. He helped me understand and learn more about construction than anyone I ever met. He gave tractor rides to my son and cussed me out more times than I can count. And, I loved very minute of it. He was a real original who cared about his craft and knew how to relax when it was quitting time. I still laugh remembering him telling me about pulling one of his own teeth with a pair of pliers. The world is a less colorful place without him in it. He'll be missed.

 

Sandy Lummus posted on 11/13/18

We met MaryAnn, Ron, Flint in 1969 at church in Denver when Ron and Charles started their professional careers. Little did I know that our friendship would survive the test of time with moves across the country. There is so much I could say about our friendship, but what bonded our friendship was our love of our families. Family was everything to her. They reaped the benefits of her many talents from her guilts to her amazing poundcake, pies and pride in all of them. She so loved her grandchildren. Buck was her bonus baby that delights her so these last couple of years. She left them an amazing legacy. I pray that all of you, especially Ron, Flint and Angie will find peace and comfort in knowing she gave her best to you always and is singing with the angels in heaven today. I will forever miss her.

 

Susanne Brown Graves posted on 11/13/18

I loved my Aunt Ruth. Loved going to see Uncle DJ and Aunt Ruth. Lots of good memories.

 

Patti DELVALLE posted on 11/13/18

Sweet Prewitt family. We are so sorry for your loss. So many fun and loving stories about her and know what she meant to you all. Sending healing prayers. Love, the DELVALLE FAMILY

 

Shannon Cross posted on 11/12/18

My thoughts and prayers go out to her family, my heart is sad for all of you, but I know her love and memories are with you all! Love to Flint , Beth, Lyla, Lucy, Sammy, Buck, and the rest of your family ! ❤️❤️????????♥️♥️

 

 

Karen and Mike Case posted on 11/12/18

Our prayers are with Carol and family. In Beta Sigma Phi love, Karen and Mike

 

Donna and Dan Wisecup posted on 11/12/18

Dear Ron, Flint, Angie and the entire family, We just heard about Mary Ann’s passing and am so very very sorry for your loss. She was a beautiful lady and we were blessed to have known her. She will be truly missed by all who loved her. “ The peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus”. (Philip. 4:7) May His peace help you go forward in your lives until one day we all will meet again in God’s Holy Heavenly Realm. Love, Donna and Dan Wisecup, Aurora, Colorado.

 

Della Hansen ( Ed Sturm's mother) posted on 11/12/18

Mr and Mrs Seymour, I am so saddened with your loss. Dave was a great guy. I loved when he and Ed would stop my apartment to visit me. My condolences and prayers.

 

Theresa posted on 11/12/18

So sorry to hear of Rhonda's passing. She talked often of her nieces and nephews and their visits together. Your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Susie Marines posted on 11/12/18

I met Mary Ann in fifth grade and she has been my dear, dear friend for 63 years. She was such a wonderful mother, grandmother, and friend. Mary Ann never met a stranger and loved talking to everyone. Now there is such a hole in our hearts that will never be healed or filled again. Denny and I send our deepest sympathy to you, Ronnie, Flint, and Angie and your beautiful families. May God fill your hearts with peace and give you strength to continue your lives. Mary Ann would want that...... Love from Susie and Denny Marines

 

Janice Hudnall Victory posted on 11/12/18

Charlotte was a dear friend all thru high school. So cute and fun, we had some really fun time while at Keller High. So sorry to hear of her death.

 

 

Ken & Valerie Lewis posted on 11/11/18

Grandma, you were always so sweet and kind to me and always had a smile on your face. You have a wonderful family who love you very, very much. You will be missed by all of us. You were truly blessed here and now you are more blessed in Glory. Your race is now over, you finished your course, well done! You have paved the way for us all and we’re right behind you. Heaven got a little sweeter and a little prettier when you were welcomed in. I know you’re enjoying the reunion right now, but we’ll see you again soon.

 

eugene lawley posted on 11/11/18

My condolences to entire Johnson family. Lloyd definitely had an impact on my life and I will remain saddened by his passing. May you rest with our Lord, good friend.

 

Coy Dowell posted on 11/11/18

Todd and Tadd(and family), I'm so sorry for your loss, praying for the family

 

Bonnie P. solecki posted on 11/11/18

Sorry for your loss, known her for many years, sold real estate with her

 

Luis Rodriguez posted on 11/10/18

I learned so very much from Rhonda. She was charming, smart, and someone who left a wonderful mark on my life. May she rest in piece.

 

Cathy Thomas posted on 11/10/18

I worked with Rhonda at High Touch. She doted over her nieces and nephews...just as they were her very own...I loved her personality and she was so funny...always talking about something...I am glad you finally found peace my friend...you will be missed...

 

Brandi Burnes posted on 11/10/18

DonDon I love you and will miss you terribly you always treated me like I was your daughter not just a stepdaughter you were my dad in all the meaning of the word I will miss you so

 

Patricia Hamilton posted on 11/10/18

Sharon, I am so sorry to hear of Rhonda's passing. You and your family will be in my prayers and thoughts for strength and peace in the days to come. I have fond memories of Rhonda from our days in Camp Fire back in Shawnee. Rest in Peace Rhonda.

 

Wanda Hager posted on 11/10/18

R.I.P Brother in law LOVE

 

Heather Terry (MHS Choir) posted on 11/10/18

Ashley, you were such a sweet girl, full of talent, and so humble. To your family, I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Betty Depass/Roper posted on 11/9/18

Carol I am praying for you an family

 

Betty Depass/Roper posted on 11/9/18

God is Able an he will give you the strength you An your family needs I will lift you up in prayers ❤️????????????????

 

Win Parr posted on 11/9/18

Sorry to hear about Herm! He was one of my favorite people! I worked with him at Granbury Auto Ranch, and remained friends! He was a genuine person! He will be missed!

 

Susan Amato Santora posted on 11/9/18

I am so sorry to hear of this sad news. My heart felt condolences to Mr. and Mrs. Seymour. I will always remember his warm smile and kind heart. Such a wonderful man, gone way to soon!

 

Linda Janz posted on 11/9/18

Sharon was my sister-in-law. She will always be in my heart. My Deepest Sympathy to her Children, Grandchildren, Brothers and Sisters. Love, Linda Janz

 

 

Mike posted on 11/9/18

Thank you for the time we had together and the knowledge you shared with all of us. We will miss you but never forget the impact you have made in so many lives. From your choir students at GHS.

 

Amy Sustala posted on 11/9/18

Ms. Morrison was such a dear and will be greatly missed. Her light will continue to shine through all of her students. We pray for comfort for her loved ones. The Sustala Family - Hoover Elementary

 

Amy Sustala posted on 11/9/18

Ms. Morrison was such a dear and will be greatly missed. Her light will shine through in all of her students. We pray for comfort for her loved ones. The Sustala Family - Hoover Elementary

 

aajohns54@gmail.com posted on 11/9/18

Sharon was a wonderful person we loved to always talk drinking coffee she always had something to tell us that would make us to laugh. Sharon has wonderful sister whom we are sharing her grief. we will have you and your family in our prayers mary mckee Johnson and allen Johnson.

 

Richard Greene posted on 11/8/18

I was very sad to here of Rhonda passing. I worked with her and she was an inspiration and a fun person to work with.

 

Jeffrey Smick posted on 11/8/18

Mr. & Mrs. Seymour, Dave was a general contractor for my house. I am so saddened for your loss of a son, his daughters’ loss of their dad, and the loss to many friends and relatives. I only knew him for a short while and I will miss him dearly. Despite the void we all have in our hearts, Dave is at peace now. With my deepest sympathies, Jeff Smick

 

Janna Dayley posted on 11/8/18

I was sad to hear of Rhonda's passing. She had such an impact of goodness and friendship as a collegue to my husband, Burton, while working in Wichita. I know she loved her family and her nieces and nephews very much. She was a good example of success and determination. May the Lord bless your family in this time of sadness and comfort you in the knowledge that someday you will see Rhonda again through the blessings of the Resurrection. Yours truly, Janna Dayley

 

Cynthia A Moncourtois posted on 11/8/18

Dear Laurie and David--there are no words--our babies are forever. I am praying real hard for God to put peace in your hearts and for gentle grieving if that is possible. Love Cindy and Lane

 

Richard Copeland posted on 11/8/18

I went to Granbury High School with Jeremy and always admired his musicianship and passion. He was a gifted pianist and a great person. My sincerest condolences to his family. He will be sorely missed by all who knew him.

 

Olen Allcock via Gail Allcock posted on 11/8/18

Ms. Morrison was a great teacher and became my good friend very quickly. "God must have needed a lot of help in heaven teaching those Angels to sing. that's why he took both teachers." Ms. Morrison will be truly missed. She convinced me to try out for a solo for our concert tonight (Nov. 8, 2018). Although I didn't get the solo part, I will sing as good as I can so Ms. Morrison can hear me in heaven and know how well she taught me. Ms. Morrison you will be very much missed, but never forgotten. With love your student Olen Allcock 5th grade Hoover Elementary.

 

Gail & Jim Rice posted on 11/8/18

Laurie & David, We are so sorry to hear about little Dave. There is nothing we can say to you because this is the worst any parents have to deal with. Just wanted you to know you are in our thoughts and prayers. Love, Gail & Jim Rice

 

 

Miriam posted on 11/8/18

So many good memories that I will cherish forever! Thank you Ashley for being an amazing friend! May you rest peacefully

 

Janet Slayton posted on 11/7/18

What a wonderful young man! I can only imagine your sorrow. I loved working with him many years ago at my church as he accompanied our choir. I loved hearing him at his senior performance at Tarleton. He was such a gifted young man and touched so many. He will be dearly missed! My heartfelt sympathy and prayers are with you.

 

Garrett Jackson's parents (GHS Senior~ Choir) posted on 11/7/18

Words fall short of expressing our sorrow for your loss. Thank you for inspiring and loving our children. In deepest sympathy and prayers

 

 

Potter posted on 11/7/18

Our condolences

 

Mark Tate posted on 11/7/18

I met Ashley back in 2012 at a Life Time Fitness function whereby her mother Patti was competing. It was evident then that Ashley and her mother were extremely close. I will never forget Ashley's smile and wonderful personality that morning. It is so hard to believe that you are no longer with us. I'm sorry Ashley that I didn't take the opportunity to come hear you sing. But rest assured I looked you up on YouTube and listened to you solo in the church choir. What an incredible talent you have. I say "have" because I believe you are singing with the Angels in Heaven this very moment. I also believe that you are watching over your dad, mom and Courtney. Rest peacefully.

 

beverly mendoza posted on 11/7/18

I am so sorry for your loss. I didn't have the pleasure of knowing Jeremy but from everything I have heard over the last several days , what a witness . he loved and was loved by an enormous amount of people most of all he loved and was loved by the Lord. again I am so sorry

 

Kellie Wilcox posted on 11/7/18

You made a difference in so many lives. You are loved and will be dearly missed by many.

 

Angela Coslow posted on 11/6/18

Terry was a wonderful person and friend and will be dearly missed

 

Mersedez Eatherly posted on 11/6/18

Mr.Bowen was the best teacher I've ever had. At Christmas time we were all drinking hot coco as he was drinking his, we startled him and he jumped and spilled his hot coco all over himself. He laughed and laughed. He will be dearly missed.

 

John Gowan posted on 11/6/18

Sonny was a really tough guy. One time and I bet he didn't weight 120 lbs and three plays in a row he tackled a 180 lb guy . I said Sonny unallright he retorted I don't know what down is this !,,

 

 

Michelle Samuel posted on 11/6/18

I will miss the music every Sunday morning and the joy that showed on your face when you were playing. You have blessed us all.

 

Kathy Hess posted on 11/5/18

My condolences to your whole family.

 

Cheriba posted on 11/5/18

Johnathan Chism will deeply miss her his music teacher this year and how she was always nice to him and helped him feel good about himself.

 

 

Stormi Valentine posted on 11/5/18

My daughter was in Ms. Morrison’s 5th grade music class and absolutely adored her. Ms. Morrison gave her the courage to audition for solo parts for their school program and encouraged her every chance she got and made her love music. She touched the lives of all her students and was very loved. She will be deeply missed.

 

Bonnie and Leon Voorhies posted on 11/5/18

So sorry for your loss. My prayers are with all your family.

 

Kenneth Israel posted on 11/5/18

Ed Harris: was a true Leader, Aviator and Warrior. He was unique and we will not likely see his kind again. Lieutenant General Harris had a profound impact on the character and traditions of 8th Air Force, Strategic Air Command and Global Strike Command. He set high standards and lived them. He and Ethel are now together, forever. A wonderful husband, father and friend. We had a special personal & professional relationship than spanned 45 years! I will miss him terribly. He was extremely proud of his 3 daughters, 7 grandchildren and 21 great grandchildren. Many thanks to Kris and Jo Anne for comforting their father in his final years. They were simply magnificent and loving in everyway.

 

Jeannie and Jeff Jones posted on 11/5/18

A pleasure knowing both Debra and Kelly as neighbors on Rockview Dr. May your family find comfort with Gods abiding love

 

Your baby girl posted on 11/5/18

I love you, daddy. You will be missed so much..

 

Vickie Taylor Barnett posted on 11/4/18

So very sorry for your loss. Praying for you and your precious family.

 

 

Tamra Fisher posted on 11/4/18

We had some wonderful times....i love you!

 

Christie Rinker Downing posted on 11/4/18

Not enough words in the world to express how much I love you. You will ALWAYS be in my heart!

 

Jana Agee posted on 11/4/18

So many wonderful memories of Rhonda....too many to post. "Favorite" Aunt, "Favorite" Sister-in-law, "Favorite" daughter-in-law. Love you Rhonda, and will miss you dearly. Prayers to all of the family.

 

 

Janet posted on 11/4/18

I went to school with Terry he was a funny friend. My prayers out to all the family. Janet (Hill) Smith from Okc

 

Peggy Simmons posted on 11/4/18

I did not have the privilege of meeting Mr Hodges personally. However, my daughter Lora Hodges, spoke highly of him and loved him very much. I know he was an amazing man, based on her references of him. May the Lord comfort your hearts as you celebrate his life.

 

 

Doyle Carter posted on 11/3/18

You are up in Heaven now with your mother ,

 

Doyle Carter posted on 11/3/18

We had so many good times I thought of you as a brother best friends RIP Terry .

 

Angelica posted on 11/3/18

To my wonderful great-grandpa, we will miss you very much. Thank you for being apart of our lives and watching us grow. Thanksgiving and Christmas will never be the same, but we will keep you in our hearts. Love you.

 

Phil & Marsha Johnson posted on 11/3/18

When we moved to the small community just south of Bonham called Edhube, the first people to make us feel welcome and at home were Shirley and Stan Smith. They took us out to eat, invited us into their home and lives, and were great examples to us of great Godly servants. They also introduced us to their friends and our neighbors. If we needed any help with anything, Stan and Shirley were right there. Stan would come over several times a week to check in and help wherever needed without being asked. They were also active servants in the local church. I loved to tease Shirley, but she gave better than she got. Especially birthday cards. The ones she sent were often so outrageously insulting and hilarious. We have rarely known two finer souls than Stan and Shirley Smith. They planted seeds in our lives that have endured, and which we are endeavoring to pass on to others. We will surely miss them.

 

Phil & Marsha Johnson posted on 11/3/18

When we moved to the small community just south of Bonham called Edhube, the first people to make us feel welcome and at home were Shirley and Stan Smith. They took us out to eat, invited us into their home and lives, and were great examples to us of great Godly servants. They also introduced us to their friends and our neighbors. If we needed any help with anything, Stan and Shirley were right there. Stan would come over several times a week to check in and help wherever needed without being asked. They were also active servants in the local church. I loved to tease Shirley, but she gave better than she got. Especially birthday cards. The ones she sent were often so outrageously insulting and hilarious. We have rarely known two finer souls than Stan and Shirley Smith. They planted seeds in our lives that have endured, and which we are endeavoring to pass on to others. We will surely miss them.

 

 

Frances sexton posted on 11/2/18

Uncle jim may you rest wasy...tell momma i love her

 

Pat Haffey posted on 11/2/18

I admired John Herrington for many years. I got to know him as a competing softball coach in Jourdanton, Tx and as the loving spouse and father that he so obviously was. He made me laugh often, his smile was always ready and bright and he was an outstanding example to his children, his athletes, his community and his church family. I will miss him and will remember him always.

 

DeAnn Horner posted on 11/2/18

Jan was truly a woman of God, loving forgiving and humble I will miss you dearly say hi to Jonathan, he always loved you too

 

Mark Murphy posted on 11/2/18

Gonna miss your jokes and laughter buddy. You always had a great outlook on life. See you on the other side.

 

 

Sergio J Rodriguez posted on 11/2/18

Rest In Peace Grandpa.

 

Billy Campbell posted on 11/2/18

My best friend in High School. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

 

Vickie Taylor Barnett posted on 11/1/18

My prayers and thought are with your family.

 

Vickie Taylor Barnett posted on 11/1/18

Your smile and kindness will be missed. Praying for peace and comfort for the family.

 

Fred Gonzalez posted on 11/1/18

Your Dunes family in Port Aransas will miss you. Our sincerest condolences to the family.

 

Ann Jay posted on 11/1/18

I will always remember John's warm, friendly spirit. He always made me feel so welcome. John was always smiling. The following scripture reminds me of John. Psalm 73:26 "My health may fail, and my spirit may grow weak, but God remains the strength of my heart; he is mine forever." May God's peace sustain you and bring you comfort knowing the John is home and whole.

 

Russ Rowley posted on 11/1/18

Although Shirley and Stanley, lived 1,000 miles from me (an Okie in Chicago area). I visited them for a few days each year for the past 20 years. Those visits were precious because we shared a passionate love for Jesus. As Stanley’s memory faded, Shirley’s love for Jesus and her family showed immensely. She was so proud of her family, Bradley, Gary & Gwen, and Cavyn, Karis and Jared. Her prayers exalted God and thanked Jesus for dying on the cross so their entire family could be assured of eternal life with Him.

 

Diane Gray Snyder posted on 10/31/18

I will miss you Kelly, you always had a smile when I saw you and I enjoyed your “guess the movie game” along with your weather report. Rest high on that mountain friend.

 

 

Laura Belle posted on 10/31/18

See you soon, my dear friend.

 

Tami Davis Chandler posted on 10/30/18

Jan you were a bright spot in many lives. Humble, gracious, and generous as they come, and just an all around delightful person. You will be missed more than you’ll ever know. Love you soooo much????

 

 

DEBBIE FOWLER JONES posted on 10/30/18

LOTS OF GOOD MEMORIES!

 

Cindy Peters posted on 10/30/18

My Friend...thank you for all the love you shared with me and my family. You will be sorely missed.

 

Christy jenkins posted on 10/30/18

I’m very sorry. Paula was always so sweet. We will miss her at the shop.

 

 

Bridgette LaShomb posted on 10/28/18

Deepest sympathy for your loss. May God shine down and give you peace.

 

 

Linda Hoskins posted on 10/28/18

RIP Brian My deepest condolences to the Family, Friends & Co-workers.

 

Burke Hughes posted on 10/28/18

Dear Michelle, Renee, Shane, Justin, Chelsea, Erin, Courtney, Camryn & Kylie...I am so very sorry. Michael was a great man, I feel so grateful to have known him. With all our love.

 

Valerie Hill posted on 10/27/18

She wasn't technically my aunt, rather my mother's cousin. But to us, she was "Aunt" Shirley, a kind, loving, laugher-filled woman. She inherited her mother's wit, I believe. I will always admire her strength in loss and her joy in living. Thank you, "Aunt" Shirley, for being a part of my life.

 

Debra Carrico posted on 10/27/18

He Fought a Good Fight, Now Resting In The Arms of Our Lord. God bless every family member and hold them tight now I pray, In Jesus Sweet Name

 

 

Mary posted on 10/27/18

B was a good man, husband, father. Iam blessed to have known you. He was one hell of a man he was my other brother. I am going to miss you B dear god so much . I Love you always . Fly high my friend. Love hugs and prayers to linley, Jamie, Paige, Bailey, Destiny and his mama Neva. We love you all.

 

Perry Anderson posted on 10/27/18

My deepest condolences and sympathy to you and your family Tanya. I'm sure your mother will be missed by you all. May she rest in God's eternal peace.

 

Norma Gaston posted on 10/27/18

I'm going to miss you so so much sweet Joe! ????????????????????????????

 

Becky Dooley Phillips posted on 10/27/18

When Brain was norn, it was like he was mine too, we spent endless hours with James and Neva and I loved that little boy so. Growing up in the Country he was very near and dear to my son Cody or Cokie as Brian called called him. Over the years he remained in my heart, i wrote many letters to him and he to me during the low times of his life. I always lnew he loved us and loved deeply. Brian touched lives and i will always be so thankful to have had in mine. It won't be long before I see you again, sweet boy, save me a seat next to you! Aunt Beck

 

Juan Ortiz posted on 10/27/18

Lo siento mucho por su partida señora Paula. Usted fue una gran persona que la recordare toda la vida. The first time I met you was when I was being introduced to you and your husband. I brought you this CD and one of the songs you loved and reminded you of your parents was Perfumes de Gardenia. I think I became your favorite stranger that day lol. Or your arguments with your husband. They were fun to watch. Always having a good laugh. You will be missed. Rest in peace my good lady. Suegra.

 

Kathleen and Paul Raymond posted on 10/26/18

May you Rest In Peace Michael. Prayers to your children and grandkids.

 

 

Teresa Taylor posted on 10/26/18

The 1st time I met Brian he was coming up a hill, decked out in camo, gun in hand looking larger than life

 

 

Kim posted on 10/26/18

I know you were able to run into your Daddy's arms with joy and love. You will be missed here with us, but forever in peace with all who have gone before you.

 

Gina Molina posted on 10/26/18

My Dad lived by these words "Yo Pase Aqui" it means "I Passed Here" .. And that's exactly what he did in this life.. He passed here with such a kind pure trusting heart. His personality made people instantly like him. I moved with my Dad in the early 80's when I was 14 years old. Those days living in Ocean Beach are my fondest memories with my Dad. He and I spent many times at the Padres games, he took me to a Harlem Globetrotters game, we went to a NBA game, a NHL game and we went to a could of Motocross events. We shared the excitement of 1984 when the Padres made it to the World Series for the first time against his Dads team the Detroit Tigers. My Dad taught me how to throw a punch, how to throw a baseball, well showed me how the ball should be in my hand and how I should snap my wrist. He was always good at explaining to me the how and way. We would be driving and he would tell me to listen to the vehicle shifting. That definitely helped me when I learned to drive a stick shift. My Dad loved music and dancing. He would always show me how he could get down low because he had been a catcher when he played ball. I would just laugh and laugh. So many happy memories. So many lives he touched. Stories from his life forever with me. Never in this lifetime can I say how much you'll be missed . Our endless conversations. You always believed in me and always let me be who I am. Every time as you would say "I love you and I'll be seeing you soon" We will see each other again.. I love you Dad always and forever.

 

 

Lisa Lawson posted on 10/26/18

Heaven gained a great guy when Joe was called home. Rest easy and ride the golden roads of heaven!

 

Kim Jackson posted on 10/25/18

Rene’, I’m so sorry for your loss. Sending prayers for you and your family during this time. Love and hugs!

 

Richard Lowrie posted on 10/25/18

Michelle, Renee , Shane .... With Deepest Sympathy on the Loss of your FATHER....

 

 

Charlotte Christopher Marburger posted on 10/25/18

I love my cousin with all my heart. He always made us smile and laugh, there are so many memories, I would not know where to start. These memories I will forever cherish and forever will love him dearly. Until we meet again and get to hug your neck. Go rest high on that mountain for your work on earth is done.

 

Richard Lowrie posted on 10/25/18

For The Children of MICHEAL !!!! Words, however kind, can't mend your heartache , but those who care and share your loss wish you comfort and peace of mind. May you find strength in the love of family and in the warm embrace of friends

 

 

Liz Ibarra posted on 10/25/18

Shirley was the nicest lady i ever met while working at Granbury Arbor house I always looked to seeing her in the morning when I got to work. I will miss her very much. her son Gary was very sweet, thank you for having the sweetest mom. I loved her very much

 

John Dukes posted on 10/25/18

Rest in peace my dear friend.The influence you had on my life can never be measured nor appreciated enough.I still tell some of your "wild tales" from time to time. lol The "band" in heaven gained one hellava player!!!! See you on the other side.

 

Colleen St Romain posted on 10/25/18

Rest in Peace.Many Many adventurous good memories.????

 

Krystal Walker posted on 10/25/18

My heart aches for you all, Linley, Neva, Jaime, Paige, and Baylee....I know that void will never be filled again like only Brian Harvick could fill it, and please understand, I KNOW that pain. Try and take comfort in knowing that now his presence and spirit can be taken with you wherever you may go. Just his physical body has given out, but his spirit.....that beautiful spirit......that spirit was meant to travel far beyond the restraints his physical body had on him. Rest easy Brian Harvick….JOB WELL DONE!

 

Michelle Lawson posted on 10/25/18

You suffered so much. Now go Rest In Peace. I love you forever, Daddy ❤️

 

Van Elam posted on 10/24/18

Can not every forget Michael telling and acting out the “big man - little car” story. We were all rolling with laughter! So many other great times shared! Will miss this prize of a friend.

 

Paula the tax lady posted on 10/24/18

So sorry to hear of your familys loss....he was a sweetie and such a character...made me laugh every time i saw him

 

Paula the taxlady posted on 10/24/18

Im so sorry....i was trying to find Jim to tell him of the passing of a client he referred to me....he was such a nice man and loved to talk...so sorry for your loss gail

 

Brenda Hammonds posted on 10/21/18

We will surely miss you . I have always enjoyed spending time with you. I will never forget everything you done for me.

 

Lesia Whipps posted on 10/20/18

I have so many memories! Aunt Tommie loved well and is well loved. The hole in my heart is for all of us left behind,not for her. She will always be an inspiration for those of us lucy enough to have been loved by her.

 

Jeff Tippett posted on 10/16/18

You are Paw paws little angel, I will see you again baby boy!!!!

 

 

Jeff Tippett posted on 10/16/18

Paw paw loves you baby boy!!!

 

Fred Cardenas posted on 10/16/18

So sorry to hear about Angie’s passing, My condolences to all of her family.

 

Michael and Diana Amos posted on 10/16/18

"I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. Finally, there is laid up for me the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, will give to me on that Day, and not to me only but also to all who have loved His appearing." II Timothy 4:7-8 Lifting up the family in prayer for comfort, strength and peace that passes all understanding! Amen!

 

Sandra Alcala posted on 10/16/18

We are heartbroken and sadden to hear of Angie’s passing -especially my mom, Helen, who loved Angie like a daughter. Rest In Peace, Beautiful angel. You will be missed.

 

Jesse H Cancino II posted on 10/15/18

From The Cancino’s - Tia Angie will be missed and our condolences go out to her entire familia. Peter and Paul if you need anything please do not hesitate to contact me - Jesse H Cancino Jr

 

 

Terry posted on 10/14/18

Rest in peace Jess, you earned it. Will miss all the stories you'd tell us...

 

 

JOHNNY GILCHREST posted on 10/14/18

YOU WILL ALWAYS BE MY ANGEL.....I LOVE YOU FOREVER ….JOHNNY

 

 

Rob Verno posted on 10/14/18

Jess was a good man, He always had a story to tell and a joke to laugh at. He will be missed by all that knew him.

 

Alexis posted on 10/13/18

I remember all the time we will always be happy for Friday so me and you can play video games.We will be in the living room and you get the roll a way bed so I can watch you play those games. Sometimes when she find the two players canes we will find all the secret in to. After all those nights of school you helped me with my homework assignment .When we lived in the duplex how and you threw a snow ball at me,or the time when first came to buy a house in Granbury I will never forget the time we had together. Like when we go pick up mom from work and we will always complain about it to her. Do you remember when went to pay the water bill I will practically take all the liollipop. Remember when we go to Fort Worth to go to Target to eat the popcorn and drink slushy. When I last saw you in the hospital on the day you died on October ,1 2018 I was ready to stay with you till your final breath. I was imagining if you lived to still be with us in a wheelchair playing video games together,but fate have other plans for you now your in hevan. That day I drew you a picture of all the games we played over the years and you remember. I will always remember your smile,cheerful voice,and your soft hands. When you died I wanted you to wake up I kept moving your hand to wake up and come home with me. I wanted a miracle to happen like with the strokes you had you told me you where going to live up to be 100 and now your gone. When we left the hospital I saw you in the clouds with the foxy toy that I left you with that you bought me at Target along with angel.I sometimes still feel that your here with in spirit form. I never thought I was going to lose you so soon I wanted you to still be with me I haven’t finished growing you haven’t seen me finish growing up still. I want you to see when I get a drivers license,when I get my first job,or when I get married. I wanted you to be at my wedding walking me at the alter then see your grandchildren. So many thing I wanted you to see and still be here to be part of journey. I love you daddy so much and I am so lucky to have an super awesome dad like you. I have you Chicago black cap with me so when my time comes I can give it to you once we meet again ,but until then please wait for me up in hevan so I can kiss you. I miss you so much every time I remember the little thing we did and I fell emotional. Like you lime water you used to drink,when you drived,when we enter the stores ,and at night you used to make noise with you slippers. Well player one it was awesome to be with you I wished you had another one up to still be with me. I will always remember and remember all those happy times we had together. I will continue being strong like you always said “There’s a way there’s a will.” I love you I hope in heaven you have video games up there so you can keep yourself occupied when mom and me meet you up there.

 

Elaine Lambert posted on 10/13/18

I wanted to express my heartfelt condolences to all of Lori’s family. For right now, there’s no detour around grief, no shortcut through mourning. However, 2 Cor.4:7 says that God can give us, “... power beyond what is normal...”, to go from one day to the next. This does not mean that we no longer cry or that we forget. It means we recover. We recover because of our hope. Jesus Christ talked about our hope in John 5:28 which says, “... all those in the memorial tomb will hear his voice and come out...”. Jesus was referring to the resurrection. That is our amazing hope! The Bible likens our hope to an anchor. Just like an anchor stabilizes a ship, our hope stabilizes us and keeps us from drowning in overwhelming sadness. One way that God comforts us today is by moving people who care about us to give us words of encouragement that we need to hear. May the God of comfort be your comfort now, during this time of sorrow. For the Bible’s answers to life’s big questions please visit JW.org.

 

M. Rose posted on 10/12/18

To the Gross family. I’m so sorry to learn about your loss of your beloved Lory. May you draw comfort and peace from our Heavenly Father, who has promised to have his son Christ Jesus, resurrect those that have fallen asleep in death. It is at that time that there will be no more sorrow, nor pain because our Heavenly Father will undo all our suffering.( John 5:28; Psalms 37:10,11; Revelation 21:4,5)

 

Teresa Musgrave and Sheena Sihvonen posted on 10/12/18

We are so saddened by your loss. Lori was such a sweet and wonderful person. We are holding you in our hearts.

 

 

Lisa Zimmerman posted on 10/12/18

So many memories. Going to the baseball games and sitting in the bleachers, stopping and getting a bag of peanuts from alpha beta before the game. Driving over the Coronado bridge cause we could. Hanging out and just talking and laughing. When he drove to texas to be with me when my ex left. Watching him make meundo. Oh and the popcorn popping, lol. Know matter what he always had my back with whatever decisions I made. He is my Dad forever.

 

 

Janice Snyder posted on 10/12/18

Miss Lori was my grandchild's first caregiver. I was so apprehensive dropping off a tiny infant with an almost perfect stranger. But the minute Lori took our baby, I could see that our granddaughter was perfectly safe in her loving arms! I know she is holding all the baby angels in heaven.

 

Pat McReynolds posted on 10/11/18

Loretta and Abner, Mary Lou and I are so sorry to hear of your mothers passing. We loved her so much. Neva was a very special lady. Our prayer are with you at this time. We would love to hear you. God Bess

 

Bonnie Fowler posted on 10/11/18

Loretta and Abner, I'm so sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. Your mother is someone that always has a special place in your heart. She will be greatly missed. Knowing that she went home to be with the Lord will provide some comfort in the days to come.

 

Josie Martinez posted on 10/9/18

My deepest sympathy to you Bille. Don Sr. and all the family. I first met Billie while we worked together at DQ and have always admired her for the strong person she has always been.

 

Ellen Ritchie posted on 10/9/18

Sweet Mrs. Neva ❤ when I was a kid I went to Church with her at Rainbow Baptist Church. She was always singing. She would get in the church van, turn around and ask us kids what song we wanted to hear. She was a sweet heart. Rest easy Mrs. Neva. You will be missed. Sending prayers for her family.

 

Valla Sandlin posted on 10/9/18

Billie and family, I'm so sorry for the loss of your husband and to the kids for their father and grandfather!! Sending my love and prayers for you all!!

 

Dana Linch posted on 10/8/18

I didn’t know Red but I’ve known Billie for years, my prayers go out to this family. Strong woman. ????????????????????????????????❤️❤️❤️

 

Kenneth Roemer posted on 10/8/18

I only knew a fourth-floor slice of Larry's life: the years he taught at UT Arlington. His office was a few doors down from mine in Carlisle Hall. His door was always open. Sometimes I'd walk by and he would be intensely staring at the two screens of his PC. When he was reading intensely, taking a snooze, or cursing at the damn Blackboard program, I did't bother him. Most other times I stopped and he'd jump right up to greet me. I always felt welcomed. We talked about many things: bees (his honey was truly delicious), Boy Scouting, his business past, the summer cabin he was finishing, his poet friend in New York. Every once in. while he would say he was going on a date. He'd give me a big smile and wiggle an eyebrow about that. I was delighted and worried about his plans to enter mostly online Ph. D. program. I warned him about degree mills. But he did his research. Found a university in England that was accredited. "What the heck. Might as well do it." His attitude was full of hope and delight. And he had already done much research on the Ph.D. project he wanted to pursue. This conservative business man wanted to have a go at the Bobsey (sp.?)Twins books as cultural markers. He knew that at his age, a Ph. D. wouldn't do much for his teaching career, but "What the heck. This research is fun." He never spoke to me about his life as a Marine. I assume he served in Vietnam. I'm of his generation. We both know how controversial that war was. Maybe best not to discuss that. But we did talk hats. He liked my Indiana Jones.. His custom-made "beaver" was an absolute gem. I bet he slept in it. I also know he was a dreamer. One of his wildest dreams was to publish a poem in the New Yorker. So I'll close with a little "poem"-- one that will never be published anywhere, but maybe he'll read it from wherever he is: The Dreamer in a Beaver Hat I dreamed I be rich "By the time I as 27, I had more money than I knew what to do with." That didn't last. "What the heck." I dreamed I'd be. poet. And there it was, a collection of my poems. Even with a CD version. Didn't make money, but "What the heck." I dreamed I'd teach writing ay universities I sure did that-five classes a semester I dreamed I'd make every passerby On the fourth floor of Carlisle Hall happy Well, they tell me I made that dream "really real man. Ken Roemer

 

Ashley Stewart (Daughter) posted on 10/8/18

We really miss you and love you ????. You’ve done so much for all of us including my Mom. Anytime we had a situation we needed help with you’d explain it to us and do whatever it was to help us. You are a wonderful, person, always cared about other people’s feelings. We love you, and we’ll see you when it’s our time to go be with the Lord as well.

 

Ashley Stewart (Daughter) posted on 10/8/18

We all miss you, and love ???? you. You always took care of us and our Mom and loved us dearly as we also loved you. You were always there to guide us kids in the right direction, always helped us no matter what it consisted of. You always cared and loved us all. We miss you ???? dearly but we know you’re in a better place & we’ll all see each other again when it’s time. We love you and miss you so much.

 

Jerry Osborne posted on 10/7/18

I met Jerl first. He greeted me as I attended H.O.O.T for the first time and introduced me to Anne and other members. After about two or three meetings, A preson I had never seen before walked in ( he looked a lot like Jerl). Anne didn't see him, so he sneaked up behind her and tickled her ribs. That's when I first learned that Jerl had a mischievous twin brother. Anne introduced me to Berl and I feel like we were friends right from the start. I got to know him better as time went by and got to hear him play his harmonica several times. One time was at the national harmonica convention, S.P.A.H, when he was playing on the open mic stage. After he finished playing, a guy came up and told Berl how well he played that song. At that point, I said "Well sure he played it well, it's the only song he knows!" (I'm a little mischievous myself). I got a big laugh form Berl because he knew I was only kidding. At the convention banquet, I was seated at the same table with Jerl and Berl. After dinner, the entertainment began. Lots of excellent harmonica players performed. There was one tune Berl liked so much that he began singing along with it. He was not quietly humming! No, he was SINGING! I fully expected him to jump up on the table for his big finish. Jerl kept telling him to "Stop it! Knock it off! You're bothering people!" I'm glad he didn't! I enjoyed every minute! Berl was a fun guy and a fun loving guy and I am extremely fortunate to have known him for the few short years that I did. Jerry Osborne Member of the Harmonica organization of Texas (HOOT)

 

 

Jack McGinnis posted on 10/7/18

Steve, such fond memories of times we shared. I should have been your assistant Coach. What a great man, loving father and husband. He loved all ya'll so much! God bless you all. So sorry for your loss.

 

 

Shannon Malone posted on 10/7/18

My LadyBug????????????????

 

Terry n Marita Greene posted on 10/5/18

We are so sorry to hear of Berls passing. We only knew him thru Jerl, his brother. We are praying for the whole family. Our very sincere and deepest sympathy. Much love Terry n Marita Greene Las Vegas, NV

 

 

Darrell Whitten posted on 10/5/18

I am so sorry for your loss! My heart goes out to the family Praying for you If you need anything let me know

 

 

Michael S Davenport posted on 10/5/18

Being able to reminisce. We all ways had something to talk about.

 

 

Michael S Davenport posted on 10/5/18

Grandmother always had a way of making you feel you where here her favorite even though she favored all of her children. She was unconditional in every way and all ways knew what to say to make you feel better. Grandmother, I love you and you will be missed but never forgotten. I'm sorry I couldn't be there, I just didn't want to face the fact you were gone.

 

Ann McKinney posted on 10/5/18

I'm so sorry for your tragic loss of Ambrey. She was such a sweet, vibrant young lady. She's been to our home many times, and never failed to hug me when she saw me..

 

Mary Sue Thomas posted on 10/5/18

I am so sorry for your loss. My son, Bobby Thomas, played baseball with Matt for many years. Steve and Lisa were always there cheering the team on. Praying for peace and comfort to the family.

 

PT Gazell posted on 10/5/18

My sincere condolences to all of Berl’s family. It was an honor and joy to have known him.

 

Randy Owens posted on 10/4/18

Lived around the corner from the family in the 50's . Wonderful family. Rest in peace my friend Prayers for the family.

 

Joey and April Prine-Ovalle posted on 10/4/18

I will miss my sweet Ambrey's beautiful smile and bubbly personality. She was loved by so many. We will miss you greatly but we will see you again when we all join you in heaven. Until then, we will help look after our sweet boy, Aden. -Mama Bear and Joe-Dad love you, Sweet Girl!

 

David Tedford posted on 10/4/18

Grew up with Berl and Jerl... So sorry to hear of his passing. He will be missed.

 

Gary Fortner posted on 10/4/18

I remember Berl well, from our days in High School at Old High, where Berl was Cheer Leader and Mr Howdy our Sr. Year, and the many times we would visit before Biology. Jerl was in my class and Berl was right next door, the same period. After our time in the Service, I remember going to hear him play his Harmonicas, when he would play here in town. I will always consider him a Friend and treasure my memories of him. God bless his Family and Friends. Let Him carres you and hold you as you grieve. Rest in Peace, Berl!

 

Cindy Cope Denton posted on 10/4/18

Sweet memories.. Never begotten

 

Cindy Cope Denton posted on 10/4/18

I will never forget that sweet smile. My Sincere Condolences Sent to the Family. Rest In Peace Dear Friend.

 

 

Lora Roberts posted on 10/4/18

Oh, sweet Anita is now reunited with her precious husband, Jimmie. I had many meals at Chicken Express with Anita after Jimmie passed away. I still work at First Baptist Granbury and I still mention Jimmie's name monthly about how he loved our church and Anita would join us for many staff lunches too. I'm so thankful to have known them for many years in Granbury.

 

Kellie Hudson posted on 10/4/18

So sorry to hear of this. I remember your Dad growing up in Bear Creek and he was always such a kind man. Thinking of you all and will keep you in my prayers.

 

 

Florence Boyd posted on 10/4/18

Loved hearing him play the harmonica at Dos Gringos. He was a very sweet man.

 

 

Glenn & Sherry Gullatt, Corsicana, Tx posted on 10/3/18

I am so shocked and sad for those of us still here...Ginger and i were best friends in Jr High and High School. She was my Matron of Honor 53 years ago. We both have a child born on February 22nd. Like good friends we would not hear from each other and then pick up right where we left off. She texted me on Thursday wanting to get together...Our love, thoughts and prayers are with the love of her life, JD. She loved and was so proud of her children, precious granddaughters and her loving brother. Rest high in God’s glory my sweet friend. I miss you!

 

Scott Carlin posted on 10/3/18

Berl, your love, laughter, and support will be dearly missed. You raised some amazing children who I am proud to call friends!

 

Marilyn Cummings Wood posted on 10/3/18

Berl's classmates from Wichita Falls High School Class of 1966 are saddened to learn of Berl's passing. He was a class leader and cheerleader at WFHS. Our love and prayers to his twin Jerl and all the family.

 

Jeff Scholl posted on 10/3/18

Berl was my Uncle, friend, songwriting partner and snow skiing cohort. I will miss his passion for life, his creativity, his unbelievable energy to always be on the go enjoying every moment of life. He was an inspiration to me for what is possible to accomplish in a day with an infectious positive attitude. I loved every moment I got to spend with him because he made each moment special.

 

Andrea posted on 10/3/18

Meeting people is something some of us do so often but yet making real connections with them is not common . From the first time I met Irene , she immediately gave me good vibes and there was a very kind and respectful demeanor that she carried. My baby shower was a very special moment when I first got to meet her. Immediately, we bonded over baby topics to even how we both were not fond of dogs licking babies. This may sound silly to some but just knowing she and I thought exactly alike on the matter was very gratifying. I loved seeing how much she enjoyed spending time with her great grand kids . Her love for cooking was definitely admirable in my book. I wish I could've spent more time with her yet very grateful for the good times we shared. We love you forever and always. " Weeping may endure for a night , but joy comes in the morning." (Psalm 30:5 NIV)

 

Kathryn Hamilton Warren posted on 10/3/18

All of us in UTA's English Department who knew Larry miss him immensely, and I'd like to express my condolences by sharing a few recollections. I remember meeting Larry in the spring 2016 semester; despite his very busy schedule, he sat in one day on my American literature class because he'd seen the flyer in the elevator and was curious about what we were up to. In the ensuing years I continued to be awed by Larry's curiosity and enthusiasm for learning; he had been planning to apply to non-traditional PhD programs and was conducting bibliographic research on the Bobbsey Twin books. He was an energetic teacher and would say to me, nearly weekly, how lucky he felt to have a job that allowed him to do what he loved. I'll always think of Larry walking by my office and serenading me with "Man of la Mancha" -- repeatedly -- when we were reading Don Quixote together last summer. It's hard to believe such a vibrant man is gone.

 

Marvin Parrish posted on 10/3/18

Fond memories of a very sweet lady who always went above and beyond to make certain everyone was treated with love. In 1972 I was blessed to gain a second Aunt Juanita via of holy matrimony to her niece, that I cherish to this day. Thoughts and prayers to you and yours

 

Len Roberts posted on 10/2/18

Berl was our property manager for over 15 years both for our lake house and for our home in Fort Worth. He was doing this for us while working full time for American Airlines. Berl was not only exceptional in his responsibilities, he also became a very close friend and part of our family. Berl was DEEP. He did everything with Desire, Energy, Enthusiasm and Passion. He was one of a kind, and will be sorely missed.

 

 

Joe & LeAnn Wheat posted on 10/2/18

Sending our love, thoughts and prayers.

 

Kevin Porter, Chair of the English Department at UTA posted on 10/2/18

On behalf of the faculty and staff of the English Department at UTA, I would like to express our condolences to Larry's friends and loved ones for their loss, which is also our loss. When my colleagues had recovered enough from the initial shock of the sad news, some started to post fond memories of Larry to our departmental listserv. I hope that at least some of them will share their memories here once they learn about this legacy site. Larry will be—is already being—greatly missed.

 

Frank and Sherry Skaggs posted on 10/2/18

Many a happy hour spent at Longview country club playing golf with this beautiful woman. I loved and respected her so much. She was like a 2nd mother to me.

 

 

A Friend posted on 9/30/18

I did not know Sam personally, but I'm aware of your loss and I just wanted to say how very sorry I am that your family is going through this. My heart goes out to all of you.

 

Ruth Flanagan posted on 9/30/18

We have sweet memories of many good times together with the Harkins / Crow families during the time we lived in the Cleburne area. Love and prayers for peace and comfort and strength for Johnnie's family. "Absent from the body, present with the Lord. In the presence of the Lord, there is fullness of joy." Jim & Ruth Flanagan

 

Karen Plants posted on 9/30/18

Mother, You will be missed!

 

Audrey Meyer posted on 9/30/18

Dear ones , there are no words to ease your pain...so I will simply say: God grant you the strength and peace to get thru this terrible trying time . you are in my prayers. Love and blessings, Audrey Meyer (Nanny)

 

Ken & Carol Winters posted on 9/29/18

Mike, Carol and I grieve with you and share in your sorrow. He was a good Man and will be missed by all who knew Him.

 

Doris Bellah posted on 9/28/18

So sorry to hear about the passing of Bob. We really did appreciate all he and Jo Ann did to make our Army Reunions so memorable.

 

Irene Bowman posted on 9/28/18

Remember Mr. Hopper my 2nd day of work in Hockley County FmHA Office: Strong in Farmer program activity, he visited regularly. That was 41 years ago. He will be missed sorely, as a co-worker, friend and mentor. Rest in peace Bob. To the family, Sorry for your loss, know I care.

 

 

Mom posted on 9/28/18

Your light although is gone you always burn bright in my heart

 

 

Marlene Russell posted on 9/27/18

I am so sorry for your loss Denise. I wish I could be there for you. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Billie Stephenson posted on 9/27/18

Back in the 1970s June and I were both living in Abilene, TX and working for a man who was a second generation oil man and owner of the company where we worked. This was a two-girl office and we enjoyed working there together. We were having a very calm and peaceful day getting a lot of work done in the empty office, when suddenly our peace was disturbed by our boss rushing through the door with a big map in his hand. As he passed June’s desk he motioned for her to follow him over to my desk. Dusty put the map on my desk and slowly began to unroll it. We could see it was a new street map of the Stonegate development directly across the street from our current office. Dusty was pointing to a street, which was the first street in Stonegate and he STUNNED June and me with his words when he said, “This street will be named for the two of you. It will be named Billie-June Street.” We were both totally stunned and speechless. I could not imagine anyone ever giving me a gift so grand and I had no idea what to do or say. So as usual for me, I decided to buy some time with a bit of humor while I tried to think of an appropriate thank you. So I said to Dusty, “But Dusty, we would each want our own street.” Now, that was intended as a big joke that we would laugh about for a moment and then we would be ready with the biggest “Thank You” we could give. But my remark must have come across all wrong, because Dusty rolled up the map and out the door he and the map went. My big mouth had just ruined it all. That street is now named Flintrock Dr. We continued working together and with Dusty for several years to come.

 

 

Terri Smith posted on 9/27/18

Her children are her Legacy. RIP. Job well done.

 

Jack and Helen Jones posted on 9/27/18

We are sad to hear about Bob. Our thoughts today will be of the many fun times we have had at the 503rd reunions thanks to you and Bob.

 

 

Sharon Harmon posted on 9/26/18

Eric was a wonderful person him and his wife Vicki were always there for me when i needed a shoulder to cry on a laugh food or just someone to talk to eric always had a way of making you laugh even if ypu were having a bad day he could always make you smile but he also had great advice for everyone and told you what you needed to hear even if you didnt like it bit he was always right. That man will truly be missed by so many people and always remebered for his great advice amd jokes amd loving soul. Thank you eric for all your help amd advice and just being there when i didnt any hope you will always be in my thoughts and i know you will be looking down and watching over your family god bless

 

Joyce Rowe Scott posted on 9/26/18

Just heard of June's passing. We were in the same class of 1951 in Santa Anna. Enjoyed her friendship through the years and always at reunions. Sympathy and love to you all, her family.

 

 

Catherine Harber posted on 9/26/18

I remember a fun-loving Uncle who was a devoted Christian, husband, father, brother. You'll be missed by all.

 

Alta Collins posted on 9/26/18

My heart hurts knowing I will never hear your voice again. You are loved.

 

 

Essie Ervin Tate posted on 9/26/18

A candle has gone out of our lives, but is lighting up the heavenlies

 

 

Marsha Ervin Pfannenstiel posted on 9/26/18

I am saddened by Uncle Jim’s passing. My prayers are with you, Aunt Charlotte. Also prayers to my cousins, Scott, Elizabeth and Courtney and their families.

 

 

Linda Sulser posted on 9/26/18

I knew Jan well at TLU and remember fondly the night Dan asked her to marry him. She was such a sweet person. I know she will be missed so much.

 

 

Al, Gloria & Lady(in spirit) posted on 9/25/18

Our hearts are broken. You both were the sweetest kind couple any one could have ever ask to meet. Every time me and my puppy-dog Lady walked past your home, she wanted to stop and visit like we often did. Bob is now safe in the arms of Jesus. JoAnn we love you so much.

 

Cyndi Garcia posted on 9/25/18

Prayers to the Moore family. I have so many great memories of Eddie and Kathy when I worked at BGIE. Great couple. I will miss Eddie dearly.

 

 

Carolyn Olney posted on 9/24/18

Exceptional Human Being. Always happy and jolly. Eric was one of my best memories of the Air Force. All around nice person. Awesome individual.

 

 

Gary and Debra Cox posted on 9/24/18

We will miss our Sunday morning Church and coffee time with you! You were a good man and a good friend!

 

DALE & WANDA JACKSON posted on 9/24/18

May fond memories of your Eddie bring you comfort during this hard time in your life. We are truly sorry to hear about your loss. Eddie was a great man and he will be truly missed and will always be remembered. Our condolences to you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Tony Keeton posted on 9/24/18

Eddie will be missed by many. He always went out of his way to teach those around him....and those who wanted to learn...learned. You could count on his quick wit when the chips were down to help turn things in your Favor. Thank you Eddie!

 

Glenda McClesket posted on 9/21/18

Kathy and family I am so very sorry for your loss. Eddie was a great guy and he loved you all dearly. I wish I could be there but am unable due to some medical reasons. God Bless you all, my thoughts and prayers are with you!

 

Louse Thomas Raifsnider posted on 9/21/18

I am so saddened by Eddie's passing. He was good mand and I am proud to say he was my friend. I knew Eddie from antiques. He was a customer when I met and years later we were in neighboring stores. He was a gentleman and had a great personality. I have had a lot of medical problems with my knees and has left me a fall risk. Sure enough I fell at work one day and Eddie and Rachel came and picked me up off the floor. I will always be so thankful to them. If there is anything I can do, please call 254 897 8925 or through the store, I for comfort and peace for the family. Know that all of us on the square will miss him so much. God bless his wife and family. Rest well, my friend.

 

Sandy simon posted on 9/21/18

Never got to meet Mr Eddie but heard so many wonderful thing about him and his family from Steve . My prayers are with you'll. God bless

 

Judy Cochran posted on 9/21/18

Eddie I know you are in a better place but I will always remember you and think of you as our beautiful son and daughter's Father. They couldn't of had a better one . You go fly high !! God Bless you and Kathy for being great parents !!

 

Diane posted on 9/20/18

This is the first time I have looked at this site. It has been four years since I lost you, Mommy. I miss you every day. Please forgive me for all the times I failed you. They say life is a learning experience; if that's true, then you have allowed me to learn the biggest lessons in life. When you got sick I did not understand just how much you really needed me. With God's strength and the lessons you have taught me, I will care for the people close to me with love and much more understanding. Thank you. I love you always.

 

 

Shelley Weddel posted on 9/20/18

Buddy was always the sweetest man to my daughters when they went skating. I dont think i ever ever him not smiling and welcoming kids for a good night of skating. It was a safe and fun place for kids to go and they were in good hands. Thank you for being such an important role you played in Granbury and more importantly, loving children.

 

Ginger Wallace posted on 9/20/18

Conny was a delight to work with at HHS. His caring attitude for the students showed through in each aspect of his career. He will be missed by all. Thinking of you and his family. We had many good times together!

 

Rance Wasson (nephew) posted on 9/20/18

I never had a brother but Unkie always treated me like one. I will always be grateful for that. I love Unkie and Uncle Leon more than anyone I've ever known and I miss Unk more than I can express. Louise, Rusty and John David, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your families. May the Good Lord give you strength in this difficult time.

 

 

Nita an George Tasic posted on 9/20/18

Rick, Del Elliott send their love. Nita an George Tasic send our love an prayers.

 

Rick and Tammy Baggett posted on 9/20/18

Beverly and family, We are so sorry for your loss. Conny was a wonderful man and we always enjoyed spending time with him. What a fantastic sense of humor he had and always had a smile. May God comfort you during this time of sorrow.

 

Joan Potter Brunet posted on 9/19/18

Pike & Paige, I am so sorry for your loss! I only have fond memories of your dad as our principal at Vega. He was a fine man & always with a smile. I know you all will miss him terribly. I’m sure he & dad will play a round or two of golf up in Heaven! Prayers are with you all.

 

David King posted on 9/19/18

Charlie and I were great friends from Portales to Rio Rancho, and Ocala. Good memories of golf, hunting, and other events. He's seldom been out of my mind for long. My thoughts and payers are with all the family. (575) 495-8302

 

Freeman White posted on 9/19/18

Conny was a very very special person he was my favorite nephew,he always enjoyed joking with someone to get a big laugh and teasing someone and he Love his two children dearly ,he had told me when he first Meet Beverly how Much he loved her and how much she Meant to him to and I was so happy for him

 

Melba Wood posted on 9/18/18

Remembering our friendship with Michael and Pat when we all lived in Dallas. Princ and Michael grew up and went to Sadler Baptist Church together. Lots of good memories. We are so sorry to learn of his passing away. Sincere condolences to Pat and all of his family.

 

 

Becky Kilpatrick posted on 9/18/18

Always enjoyed Babs. Very nice. Had and lot of fun with my Aunt and Uncle Pinky

 

Greg Wollenzien posted on 9/15/18

Kyle loved driving that boat while us kids were hanging on to a tube for dear life. I have many fond memories of hanging out with Kyle and the Ditto clan. Take care

 

Bobby Zesch posted on 9/15/18

Valencia and Family, real sorry to hear about Kyle's passing. Sure had some good, memorable and adventurous times traveling,roping & spending time together. Kyle was an intelligent feller, and a straight shooter with a lot of talent for whatever he decided to do. Wishing you and your family the very best the rest of your lives.

 

Adriana Casanova posted on 9/13/18

Teresa, I'm really sorry for your loss. I will be praying for you and your family.

 

Stanford Armstrong posted on 9/13/18

What a great 1st cousin . Not many orginal Armstrongs around. My best to her family. Sorry I can not attend the celebration of Louise's life.

 

Monika Kelley posted on 9/12/18

Missed talking , joking and laughing with you but your daughter talked to me about you whenever I seen her. You don’t want to know what we talked about but I know you would laugh and say something funny ! You sure will be missed not just by me but by many ! Good bye my funny friend !!!

 

Jackie posted on 9/11/18

I will miss my larger than life handsome Uncle Peter and our amusing, light hearted talks. Wrap your arms around your cherished Doris. RIP.

 

 

Deborah Barnett posted on 9/11/18

My husband Joe Barnett’s favorite Aunt and I loved her too

 

Alex Azar posted on 9/11/18

Rest in peace MARINE, you truly will be missed.

 

Patty Zieleniewski posted on 9/10/18

Janice was one of a kind. I will always cherish our memories together. I could always count on her for honest and caring advice. She was an important, special person to our family and will be deeply missed. Prayers and peace to her family.

 

Patty Zieleniewski posted on 9/10/18

Janice was one of a kind. She truly was a gem and I will always treasure the special memories I shared with her. She was such an important part of my family. We will miss her and her unique spirit. Peace and prayers to her family.

 

 

Colin Wright posted on 9/9/18

I knew Irene in 1968-1969 and have fond memories of her. I was ten and she was engaged to my father at the time. I'd like to set down what I recall of her. If anyone would like to hear what I remember -- basically, what she like back then -- please email me at wrightcolink@gmail.com. That's wrightcolink (at) gmail (dot) com if this site automatically blocks emails.

 

Dr. C. Brooks Smith, MD posted on 9/9/18

Kathy was a sweet lady and a good patient of mine for many years. She will be missed. My condolences to her husband Jerry and her entire family.

 

Wayne and Kim Bolton posted on 9/8/18

Lori, Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family .

 

Toby Barnes posted on 9/8/18

I will miss her smile because every time I visited she had the biggest smile on her face!

 

KAREN PILAWSKI posted on 9/7/18

To one of the finest people I know. I really don't thinK it was your time yet and will miss you terribly. Love and prayers to Stefan and the rest of your family.

 

 

Judy Arrington posted on 9/6/18

We’ll miss your smile, your quick wit and the joy you spread at MSAM. Prayers for your family.

 

Dan Schill posted on 9/6/18

I liked working with John, but I especially l enjoyed our personal conversations. John will be missed and the world has lost a good man. May God bless his family and friends.

 

Angela Worley Morris posted on 9/6/18

Teresa, My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Mary and Bill Arbuckle posted on 9/6/18

Your memory is in our hearts dear friend of ours. You were a wonderful Godfather for our Bella and Paco. Paco has crossed over the rainbow bridge and now Stephen is taking care of Paco like he did here on earth. We will see you again my friend. Give Paco hugs and kisses for us until we meet again.

 

 

Mary and Bill Arbuckle posted on 9/6/18

Stephen you were a wonderful godfather for our Bella and Paco. Paco crossed over the rainbow bridge and now Stephen is taking care of my Paco like he did here on earth. We will see you again my friend. Give Paco hugs and kisses for us until we meet again.

 

John w McCullough, Jr. posted on 9/6/18

Words simply cannot express how sorry I am. Take care and know that folks are thinking of you at this time.

 

JOARTIS HAKES posted on 9/6/18

Stephen was one of the kindest people I have ever known, and my heart is breaking for his family. I will miss you, Stephen, very much. Joartis Hakes

 

Ben Craig posted on 9/6/18

I worked a lot with John early on in my career, and he was a good friend. He helped me get my career moving in the right direction, and I always appreciated that. It certainly made a difference in my life. I really enjoyed talking to him about his stories and adventures overseas when he was growing up. They were always interesting to listen to. I hate to think that he's gone, and he will be missed. God bless him and his family.

 

Suzette Poulson posted on 9/6/18

I will not say goodbye but rather au revoir until we meet again. I love you and miss you so much!

 

Charlene Jones posted on 9/6/18

John was such a great person, loved his smile. He always seemed to calm me when we were in meetings when I would get upset at what was going on (Tinker), he always knew what to say. He will be greatly missed. RIP John.

 

Karen Yarber posted on 9/6/18

My deepest sympathy to John's family. I was so saddened to learn of his passing. I worked with John here at Tinker on the E-3 engineering services contract for several years. He was dedicated and hard -working. John will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Felicity Coronado posted on 9/5/18

I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Liskin Wood posted on 9/5/18

I am so sorry for your loss. Just know that I am thinking about you and praying for comfort for you and your family.

 

Tommy Nicholson posted on 9/5/18

John, Sorry to hear of your passing. I enjoyed working with you in E-3. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Heather Sanders posted on 9/5/18

Teresa, please know that you and your sweet family are on my mind and in my constant prayers. I loved hearing you speak of James and all of your adventures - both far away and right at home! So many of your stories made me laugh with delight. I wish I had had a chance to know him better.

 

 

John M. posted on 9/5/18

Blessings, to..ALL, the FAMILY..In this Time..But, Know...GODS, GOT. HIM..!!

 

Al and Shirley Furr Stone Mountain, Georgia posted on 9/5/18

Teresa and family, we are so sad to hear of James. We remember him at N.Irving but later as we continued our friendship and visits with Marcus and Margaret. They kept us updated. We know you and your family have many beautiful memories of James that will help to sustain you. Our prayers are with you in the days ahead.

 

 

Lora Jan Roberts posted on 9/5/18

Kristine & Family, I am so sorry for your loss. Know that you are covered with many prayers, buy many who love you. Blessed Assurance.

 

Ron Bonham posted on 9/5/18

What a good man Jim was and what an example he was to his son and grandson as to what a man is. I enjoyed our years together on the Task Force the laughs, the stories and the road trips we took for work. I'm so sorry for the family's loss but so happy for Jim's reward in heaven. May God Bless this family and wrap his loving arms around you during this very sad and lonely time.

 

C. Leann Newman posted on 9/5/18

Lifting prayers for you Teresa and your family. Such a wonderful man to have served his family and community for so many years. Please know that we love you and are here for you.

 

Russell McVean posted on 9/5/18

Police officers put their lives at risk every day in the line of duty. When a retired police officer dies, we feel a collective sense of loss as we recall their bravery and commitment to keeping our communities safe. The only difference is an on duty death is mourned by the world as where a retired officer’s death is only seen by family, friends and officers that knew him. The memorial to the retired Police officer is the respect and loves his family and friends had for him. Thanks Jim you will be missed but your memory will live as long as the department lives. Good luck on the other side and May God rest your soul! Russell.

 

Ann Smith posted on 9/5/18

Teresa, I am so sorry for your loss. My heart is with you and your family.

 

Lynn and Sammy Andrews posted on 9/5/18

Teresa, Sammy and I are praying for you and the kids. You and James had a wonderful life together and raised 2 great kids. James will be missed. Sammy has many fond memories with James.... hunting (on your anniversary.... Bless your heart) teaching the boys at Oak View Baptist Church... James was such a good guy, he was lucky to have you Teresa. Love you

 

Melinda Souhrada posted on 9/4/18

Frank was a great coworker. Everyone respected Frank including myself. Very knowledgeable and overall a great loss to our overnight crew I have missed him dearly. Melinda Souhrada

 

Marty French posted on 9/4/18

Teresa, Doug and I hold your family in prayer. We have fond memories of James and his wonderful sense of humor. He had the most contagious laughter. We are terribly saddened learning of his loss. Our son knew him as a great Sunday School teacher- said he was one of the best. Thank you James for your service to the Lord.

 

Derrelynn Perryman posted on 9/4/18

I have so many memories of Jim that make me smile! I'm so sorry I can't be at the service but I'll be thinking about him, and about y'all. Such a wonderful man!

 

Angela Long posted on 9/4/18

My condolences to your family. Teresa, you and your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Sharon Graves posted on 9/4/18

Teresa, you and your family are in my prayers.

 

 

Jewel Sumrall Collins posted on 9/4/18

My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Happy Modisette posted on 9/4/18

My heart hurts for your loss... I pray that you cherish the wonderful memories you shared in your 40 years together. I know Jason, Christiana, and families have many happy ones to hang on to as time goes by. Bless you all.

 

Kristy Roper posted on 9/4/18

Praying for you and your family, Teresa. I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Susan Ludwig posted on 9/4/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. Jason keep your dad’s memories alive by sharing all the good times you had with him and pass on everything he taught you to Wyatt. I love you.

 

RANDY LOCKHART posted on 9/4/18

What a great friend for over 35 years.. Worked together, played lots of Golf together, fished together, just hung out together. I know he was a good Christian man who is now enjoying his heavenly home. I will miss you "Little Buddy"..

 

Kayla posted on 9/4/18

Teresa and family, I pray for your family at this tough time. May you feel God's love and comfort.

 

Jean Fickle posted on 9/4/18

My brother Bud was the nicest, most patient brother on earth. I want to mention some things that on one told in the memorial service. Bud and Jerry did volunteer work for many years in Rockport. Jerry gave tours at Fulton Mansion for 10 years. They worked at Castaways where they sold clothes and other items to help the needy. When they purged every so often, they took the items to south Texas. They also worked at Good Samaritans assisting the needy with food, clothing, medical, utilities etc. I've been trying to think of a time when Bud became angry or lost his temper. The only thing I can think of is when he and Jerry were driving and he accidently hit a dog. A woman in another car yelled at him. He tried to catch her and tell her what he thought, but I don't know if he did. Carl and I RV'd with Bud and Jerry for years. What fun! The boys were right about Bud-when we were in Rockport out in the boat, Bud was always more interested in me catching a fish than himself. He knew every time I lost a minnow and hurried to get me another one. One weekend, Ann Poland Parker (Bud's cousin), brought her cheerleading megaphone home. At Pantego, there was one lot between our houses. Buddy was at Ann's and yelled in the megaphone something that sounded like "Help". Daddy heard him and began running as fast as he could down Arkansas Lane. He thought if Bud could yell that loud maybe he could get there in time to save him! Daddy didn't think it was as funny as we did. I will miss by brother so much. I know he has a mansion in Heaven!

 

Eddie Hutchison posted on 9/4/18

Praying for you and your family. So sorry for your loss.

 

Robbie Pistokache posted on 9/4/18

I work at Burleson ISD. I would like to extend my condolences to you and your family. My God give you strength and peace at this time of great sorrow.

 

 

Kat Flower posted on 9/4/18

May the Lord give you peace and comfort through this difficult time.

 

Cindy Johnson posted on 9/4/18

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Jennifer Penn posted on 9/4/18

Teresa, I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers are going up for you and your family.

 

Lisa W Townzen posted on 9/4/18

I am so sorry for your loss. Please Lord wrap Your loving healing hands around this family. May the sting of their sorrow soon change to smiles from all the great memories they shared. Keeping you all in my prayers.

 

Cyndi Tucker posted on 9/4/18

So sorry for your loss. Please know your family is in my prayers.

 

Kim Vernon posted on 9/4/18

Teresa, Gracie, Wyatt, and family, I am so sorry for your great loss. I will be praying for your family.

 

Kim Estes posted on 9/4/18

We are all praying for you and your family, Teresa. We are here for you all.

 

 

PJ posted on 9/4/18

You will be missed especially on the golf courses...

 

FeliciaJarvis posted on 9/4/18

Teresa, there are no words, just know I love you.

 

Carla Fickle posted on 9/3/18

My mom, Jean, was Buddy's sister. My Uncle Buddy was a ray of sunshine when he was around. I loved his smile and can still hear his laughter when telling a funny story about growing up with 37 cousins. Every time he came to visit, he wanted to help in any way he could. He loved tinkering with things and fixing them. He was gracious enough to play his guitar at my wedding while his daughter-in-law, Susie Hanson sang. It was great! Buddy once told us about a time when the boys were small. They were standing in line at an event and the boys were being a little rowdy. He reached down and gave one of them a swat. When the little boy looked up at him, oops, it wasn't his son. He apologized to the boy's father, but all laughed and no one was upset. The father said the boy needed it anyway because he was rowdy too. Buddy's mother told about a time when Buddy was a little tyke. She had made a chocolate cake and set it on the dining room table. When she came back, Buddy was at the table and had eaten all the icing off the cake. He said, "Nannie, I guess I done." He was so cute she couldn't get mad. We all loved Uncle Buddy and will miss the happy times with him!

 

 

SGT and Mrs. Nicholas Figari posted on 9/2/18

Dearest Heimer Family, I know you through your daughter Charlotte. Words cannot express the amount of love and pain I feel for your family as I learned of Charles’ passing. Our prayers and kindest thoughts are with you now, in your time of need. He reminds us in John 3:16, For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. It is my favorite verse from the Bible. We wish you healing, solace and peace.

 

 

Christine and Nick Figari posted on 9/2/18

Dearest Heimer Family, I know you through your loving daughter, Charlotte. I cannot even begin to imagine what you are going through. I am so sorry for your loss of Charles. There are simply no words to express my sorrow. I am reminded of Hebrews 6:10-God is not unjust; he will not forget your work and the love you have shown him as you have helped his people and continue to help them. God be with you and may you find comfort in his love. Kindest regards, SGT and Mrs. Nicholas Figari

 

 

Wanda jones rainey posted on 9/2/18

Hi Linda may god comfort you and family. I just found out about Ronnie

 

Greg Forbes Alt posted on 8/31/18

I remember Buddy Hanson in the fishing trips he plan for Browning Heights at his home. Also Buddy and Jerry always plan the Sherwood Singers gatherings at the church, they introduce their music to us. When they move to Rockport, and they find out I took photo's of courthouses they send me to country seats near where they live. Buddy will be miss.

 

Mandy Edmundson posted on 8/31/18

I am so sorry to hear about the loss of such a sweet man! I work at the hospital and everyday that he was there I always made it a point to say hello to Gerald and his wife! I loved them so much! They will be missed! Soar high sweet angels, till we meet again!!!!

 

Mike and Marla Lyle posted on 8/31/18

So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family - let us know if we can do anything to help.

 

 

Your Ameristar Family posted on 8/31/18

We are sorry you are going through this difficult time of loss, our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Edna Krueger (Hopkins) posted on 8/31/18

Larry and Paulette and family ...I’m so sorry for your loss. My condolences and prayers for you and family

 

Debbie Rutherford Mundell Gregory posted on 8/31/18

Valencia I am so deeply sorry for your loss. Kyle loved you from the first day he saw you. I wish we could have spent more time with y’all when we were married to cousins. I am so sorry this is coming to you late as I really had to search to find you.

 

Naomi Hedglen posted on 8/30/18

So sorry Sunny. I haven’t seen your dad in ages, but remember him so fondly from our teenage years. Prayers of comfort for you and your family.

 

Adrian Moore posted on 8/30/18

Alan and Linda: Most sincere sympathies and condolences extended to you for your loss. I'll always remember our golf tourney in San Antonio., Best regards, Adrian Moore

 

Edna Krueger(Hopkins) posted on 8/30/18

Larry and Paulette and family...I can’t imagine losing a child. My thoughts and prayers for you and your families. So very sorry for your loss.

 

Shelly Mowery posted on 8/30/18

Honored to have known him! He is one of those Cowboys you can’t get back! RIP my friend????????

 

Lynn Van Goey posted on 8/30/18

Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories of Andrew to forever hold in your heart

 

Rick Lee (Dallas Fire Rescue, Retired) and wife Monica posted on 8/30/18

God bless you and keep you Heimer Family and FWFD Family. We offer our deepest condolences.

 

Gary & Harriett Reger posted on 8/30/18

Praying for God's comfort in the days ahead.

 

 

Mary Kunz posted on 8/30/18

So sorry to hear of your loss. I was and am a good friend of the Jackson family in San Antonio. I am sending prayers.

 

Donna Brinson posted on 8/30/18

It is so hard to describe an individual like uncle Buddy. They do not make many men like him today. He was such a kind, gentle and loving man and always made me proud to come from a family with these qualities. Growing up I always felt his dad, Claude (pop) was one of the nicest men I had ever had the pleasure to have known, even for such a short time. Uncle Buddy followed in pop’s footsteps. I love my family.

 

Kayla Choate posted on 8/29/18

Praying for y’all!! I know no words will help but just know you’re in prayers! My dad, Donny and Sonny is all up there in heaven probably having a great ole time! Love y’all!’

 

Tony Hoang posted on 8/29/18

I knew Frank for many years at ATT translations. Frank was a kind and humble person, always willing to help others. A great loss at ATT family. Prayers and condolences to his family.

 

Debbie Laster posted on 8/29/18

I have known Frank since he came to our team within AT&T 19 years ago. I’ll never forget one of our managers trying to bribe Frank to transfer to our team because he knew how valuable Frank could be to our team. Frank was a very intelligent man. He was one of our go to guys. Always willing to help with whatever you needed. Frank was a great asset to the AT&T Translations team and we certainly appreciated him. Frank always had a smile on his face. He was very humble. Even when he received the Employee of the Month award he stated he was just doing his job. AT&T was very fortunate to have Frank as an employee. I was very fortunate to work with Frank and be able to call him my friend. AT&T and I will certainly miss Frank. Prayers to his family, friends and co-workers during this difficult time.

 

Bill and Cathy Carter posted on 8/29/18

Buddy and Jerri had a profound influence in the lives of Cathy and I (and many other youths) as they were Youth Group Leaders (along with Don and Doris Emerson) at Browning Heights Presbyterian Church. The great memories of the times with Buddy and Jerri are forever in my memory. His gentle demeanor and loving nature was a perfect fit for leading teenagers. The endless hours poured over doing things for the youth group will be a crown in Heaven (among many others). I can only wish my life influences half the lives that Buddy’s influenced. I’m sure God has already said “Well done my good and faithful servant”

 

Jaime Estrada posted on 8/29/18

My thoughts and prayers are with you an your family. Frank was a great guy, knew Frank many years from days of ITT and here at AT&T. Can not say one bad thing about Frank, he will be greatly missed.

 

Lynn Santos posted on 8/29/18

I knew Frank for at least 15 years. He was such a nice guy. Genuinely nice. There wasn’t a day that I didn’t see him smiling. I will miss seeing that flannel shirt he always wore to keep warm... even on the warmest of nights. His almost daily trek to our side of the building will be missed. He will be missed. Sending prayers and condolences to his family.

 

"Little" Randy Haggard posted on 8/28/18

I am very saddened by the passing of Uncle Buddy and my prayers are with all of the family. I will always have fond memories of Uncle Buddy not that I have spent a lot of my life being around him but the memories of our family get -togethers out at Newark represent a very happy time in my life and Uncle Buddy was a part of that. It was a time that I will never forget.

 

 

Michele Tomchik posted on 8/28/18

My Uncle Buddy was the perfect gentleman. He will always be a positive influence for my life. My heart is sad for us today, but thankful to have known him. I love you, Hansons.

 

Jeramie Caldwell posted on 8/28/18

Frank was my lab partner at ITT many years ago before we both got hired on a at ATT. Intelligent man and a good guy - may you rest in peace my friend.

 

Rudy Pineda posted on 8/28/18

Thoughts and prayers for the family!!!!

 

Shontell Watkins posted on 8/28/18

Worked with Frank for 18 years. Great guy , he always had a smile on his face. He will be missed here at ATT. Our prayers go out to the family in your time of bereavement.

 

Chad Turner posted on 8/28/18

I worked with Frank for years in translations. Not only was he a great tech I considered him a good friend. He was one of the few techs I would go to for help when I was stuck on an issue! He used to keep a coffee pot on his desk when we first moved to Houston st. So I began to drink coffee with him. He would make it so strong a spoon could stand up in it! He asked early on, is it TOO strong. I said, you make it how you like it, cause I can put enough creamer and sugar to make any coffee good! Sending prayers of peace and comfort to his family during the days ahead.

 

Lori Blontz posted on 8/28/18

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I am very sorry for your loss. Frank was a good friend who always laughed at my jokes no matter how lame they were. I will miss him terribly.

 

Len Fulmer posted on 8/28/18

I will miss all of our talks Gramps. You were an enormous influence on me. We will share a margarita again soon. Love you

 

Loni Macomber posted on 8/27/18

Tom was a wonderful man, I really appreciated his love for the older vehicles. He was so happy to show me what he was working on. The man didn't know the meaning of the word can't. Generous, Kind and Jolly are words that come to mind when I think of him. Thank you Lord for sharing him with us for a while

 

Carla and Butch Haggerton posted on 8/27/18

Sunny, please express my condolences to your family. Love you

 

Don Burnes posted on 8/27/18

I had the pleasure of working many years with Ivy. She influenced many Terrell High School students in a positive way. Blessings on Mike and his family for their loss.

 

Audrey Lewis Brewer posted on 8/27/18

Mrs. Tomblin was one of my very favorite teachers. I took every homemaking class I could. She fueled my desire to sew and I still enjoy it! She always impressed me with the outfits and things she made herself. I can’t remember ever seeing her without a big smile on her face. I am so sad to hear of her passing. She will be missed. My condolences to her family.

 

Tina Richardson posted on 8/27/18

Always loved having her as my teacher/customer. Very sweet lady!

 

Don Burnes posted on 8/27/18

I had the privilege of working with Ivy for a many years...very professional and talented and helped so many girls in homemaking. Was a good influence on so many. Bless you Mike and all your family in your loss.

 

Bob and Dottie posted on 8/27/18

Mike, it was wonderful knowing Ivy for that brief time. She was a sweetie!!! Our deepest sympathy goes out to you, Jonathan and Jeffery.

 

Patricia Chilcoat posted on 8/27/18

Thinking about all three of you at this sad time. Loved our days togethet at Pat Jone's house those many years ago. Thoughts and prayers.

 

Sallee Miller posted on 8/27/18

Ivy was the best neighbor and friend ever. I can see her precious smile and hear her Louisiana drawl as we were making cakes together. My heart goes out to Mike and Jeffrey and Jonathan at this time. Rest In Peace my sweet friend.

 

Suzy McCook posted on 8/26/18

Good memories of this great teacher at Terrell High School. May she rest in the peace of the Lord.

 

Kay and Joe newberry posted on 8/25/18

Love you bubba

 

 

Kay and Joe newberry posted on 8/25/18

We love you bubba RIP

 

Donna Teichman posted on 8/23/18

Melissa, I'm just now learning oh your brother's passing. May the Lord put his arms around you, and all the family, and help you through these sad times.

 

Ron Albertsen posted on 8/23/18

Judy, I want to express to you the deep sadness I felt when I learned of Roy’s passing. He was always a joy to work with. Even after the many years I have been away from OSUIT, I still have fond memories of my time there. I still have the small wooden bowl Roy made me for my desk. He was a true man of God, and will be greatly missed. Please accept my deepest condolences to you and your family.

 

Abbe Lawson posted on 8/23/18

Roy and I worked for JM Petroleum in the early 1980's He was always nice, funny, and a hard worker. I am glad he found such great happiness!

 

Brian Schultz posted on 8/22/18

Gale So sorry to hear about Kent You have a wonderful family for support and lots of great memories I’m sure! Love and prayers from your long lost cuz, Brian and Julia Schultz

 

 

Fred Riggins posted on 8/22/18

It’s always tough losing someone, and classmates are family ! I feel good that Roy and I had the chance to visit last year at homecoming . Roy was a good person and his family can be proud of that ! The class of 69 is one short,but heaven has one more ! Rest In Peace my friend !

 

 

Dawn Price posted on 8/22/18

Wonderful person , good friend, and great co- worker

 

Carla Schwartzlow posted on 8/22/18

Prayers for you Gale & Family. My heart aches for you right now. Stay strong as I know you will. ❤️Love you!

 

 

Charlotte posted on 8/22/18

Roy will truly be missed. He was a really good person. Rest well my friend! ????

 

Brit (Casey) Anderson posted on 8/21/18

My father, Pat Casey, lived next door in De Cordoba to Doris, and then Carla when she was attending to her mother through her illness. I don't live in the area, but come in every few months to hang with my dad. I met Carla literally over the fence and immediately knew she was a good person and felt like I was meeting a friend I'd known for years. We had a beer together on her beautiful deck surrounded by the flowers and plants that flourished because of her touch. I always looked forward to hopefully catching her out working in her yard so we could catch up. I'm sorry to say that I didn't know her long enough to learn much about her, but I learned enough to know she was a generous soul who had lived a full life (I got a sense that she may have been a little bit of a free spirit!) and enjoyed every minute I spent with her. In the midst of tending to her mom, she still found the time to keep an eye on my 95 yr old father...bringing his paper to his door so he didn't have to walk to the street, and just being there if he needed any help. I wish I had met her sooner. I believe she was one of those rare people who we may get lucky enough to meet in our lives, and who we will never forget.

 

Judy Greci posted on 8/21/18

Daddy went to be with you today.

 

Bob Klabenes posted on 8/21/18

Judy, with much sadness I learned the passing of Roy. He was excited as he retired from OSUIT because of your new house and the opportunity to be near your grandchildren. I know he greatly valued the time he had with his family in Glen Rose. Without question he was one of the very top faculty members that I hired at OSUIT. Not only was he an excellent teacher, he was a super role model for all students and employees. Wishing you and all your family members the very best.

 

Pamela Steele posted on 8/21/18

How I will miss Sandra. I loved our chats. We had a connection from the very beginning as cousins. She was able to fill in so many gaps in my memory of family history. Her sense of humor was fun, and her wistfulness resonated with me as we discussed life and parenting. Frank you are in our prayers. You and Sandra always loved each other through all of the ups and downs. Love, Pam Harvey Steele

 

Audrey Samplawski posted on 8/21/18

Our prayers are with you. We praise God for His comfort at this difficult time.

 

Debbie posted on 8/20/18

Didn’t ever meet your cowboy but can’t believe the job you did on his obit. Captured him with the “real” stuff. Not accomplishments in medals and accolades but his value and worth as a soldier, husband and daddy. His life’s work, his love of country, family and dogs...how I wish I had met him!!! THIS is what an obituary should cause one to feel! God bless and carry on Pierceson Family!!!! He wants you to!

 

Debbie posted on 8/20/18

Absolutely loved Kent’s obit. Those of us that never met your love feel like we know him a little bit now. Y’all did a great job embodying his beliefs, ethics and love of his country and family. Job...well.....done. Love ya G and hope to someday meet your babies...you are rightfully proud of the job you and Kent did. Praise the Lord and his new angel! Hugs honey!

 

DannyDarden posted on 8/20/18

Precious times and memories of Kent. God provided Kent with many talents and gifts. At Conner, he was the ideal salesman for developing customers; a natural salesman for developing new freight customers; a world class logistics guru and pro dispatcher. After we retired, our friendship grew and our love for cowboying,hunting and horses involved many discussions over lunch or phone. Someday,will see him again. Happy Trails Kent.

 

 

Cynthia Herpeche posted on 8/20/18

Kent will be missed for his kindness and love for his family and friends

 

Sandy Pearson posted on 8/20/18

Rest In Peace dear brother-in-law. My memory will always be your kind attitude, patriotism and seeing you happy with your family close to you. You leave a wonderful legacy Kent. Until we meet again.

 

Kevin Morgan posted on 8/20/18

Diane, Karen and Donald, I was so sorry to hear of the loss of Janis. She was always such a sweet person. I know she loved The Lord so. I am praying peace and comfort for you all! God bless!

 

 

Susan Furth posted on 8/20/18

Rest In Peace my friend. Until we meet again.

 

Rhonda Gann posted on 8/19/18

Carynne, I am so very sorry for your loss. I pray peace over you and your family. Love you, Rhonda Gann

 

 

K. P. C. posted on 8/19/18

May your soul shine bright to light the path for others.

 

Joe and Elizabeth Gaydos posted on 8/19/18

We are so sorry to hear of Janis passing. She was a good Christian woman that will truly be missed. We keep all of her family in our prayers.

 

Tommy Gowan posted on 8/19/18

Gale & Family: Please accept my sympathy for the Home Going of Kent.He was a wonderful man and Heaven is richer today. We had many special chats in the break room at work. You are in my thought and prayers

 

Becky Pebworth posted on 8/19/18

Every Sunday Alicia and I would tackle either my Mom or Carlene and ask if we could go home with each other knowing we would go back to church that night and then go back to our own house. Carlene was always so sweet and always made me feel like I was one of her own. She was truly a gentle and soft spoken Christian lady. She is now enjoying her reward. Jesus had open arms, when he saw her, telling her "Well done, my good and faithful servant!" I love this family!!

 

Frances Hansen Hamann posted on 8/18/18

The Prophetstown IL class of 1963 morn the passing of Kent. Kent and I shared the same class from 1st grade until High School graduation. He had a winning smile, did everything with a fun attitude and was always a good friend. Our Mother's were both on the school board for many years. Even though Kent has not had opportunity to come back to see old friends and classmates for many years, we all agree that his memory will live on in our hearts forever. Rest in peace Kent...until we meet again. Fran

 

Sheri Lofgren posted on 8/18/18

Our thoughts and love are with the family. Thank you, Janis, for making a difference in our daughter's life.

 

Cindy Martine posted on 8/18/18

Jan was on of the best people, in every possible way, I have ever known. She was an example to all of how a good Christian should live and interact with others. I never heard her say a bad thing about anybody and she always lifted those around her. I am so thankful I had the opportunity to know Jan and to feel her influence in my life. She was the person I would like to be. I'm so sorry for her loss and know where she is right now. I have a picture of her in my mind's eye of her helping Jesus with all the little children. I pray that God's peace and comfort will be with her family at this time. God bless you all.

 

Kevin Morgan posted on 8/18/18

Cathy, I was so very sorry to hear of the loss of your mother! She was a very sweet lady. I am praying peace and comfort for you and your family! God bless!

 

Teena Borth Tatom posted on 8/18/18

Shocked and saddened by her passing. My best friend back in high school, so many memories of how fun and funny she could be. Such a sweet heart and soul.

 

 

Joan Smith posted on 8/18/18

True servant for Christ her Lord.

 

Joan Smith posted on 8/18/18

I got to know Jan for about a year. She was truly a blessing to know. She inspired me to be a better person. Calm, steady and always thinking of others.

 

Cyndi Acosta posted on 8/17/18

What a kind, loving, beautiful person! Always so sweet, never a harsh word spoken. A true southern belle. It was a privilege to know her. With love to the family and with joyful memories of “Nina.” May you be comforted by warm memories and the knowledge that she is now with the Lord. A beautiful angel added around the throne

 

Ann McKinney posted on 8/17/18

Janis was well loved by many, she was always so real, so helpful.. such a sweet loving lady.

 

Sharlin ( Boopie) Sifford posted on 8/16/18

To: Stephen and Brandon. I am so sorry to hear about your Dad. My prayers are with you two and the family. God bless you all in this time of sorrow.

 

Betty L Hicks posted on 8/16/18

We are SOOO SADDENED AND SORRY to hear of the passing of Janis !! Our LOVE and PRAYERS go out to ALL of her Family and Friends !! With Sincere Condolences. Betty Lou Teague Hicks

 

P.K. Nabours posted on 8/16/18

Steven, Brandon and all the family, I am so very sorry for the loss of your dad. He was always nice to me and always had something funny to share. May you all be comforted with joyful memories until you meet again.

 

Fayelyn Clark posted on 8/16/18

Prayers to y'all!!!! Kyle was such a great man and Dr!!! And friend and customer waiting on him and his beautiful wife!!!!! Very sad to hear of his passing!!!????

 

Margaret M Harber posted on 8/16/18

Royce and Margaret Harber extend our deepest sympathy to Colin and his family on your loss of Gerald. We enjoyed our friendship with Gerald and Valta very much. Our friendship goes back a long time.

 

Betty L Hicks posted on 8/16/18

I'm SO SORRY to hear about Roger passing. My thoughts & Prayers go out to all of his Family and Friends !! We went to school together..along with his brother, Danny & all of their siblings !! Roger will be missed !! Sincerely, Betty Lou Teague Hicks

 

Carolyn Carlson posted on 8/15/18

I have a lot of good Memories. 0 solas a fire in the fire pit and we just sit around and talk in one night Nicky took it upon himself to teach me how to 2 step he was a good teacher. His laugh was contagious although Nickey wanted you to think he didnt care ...he did. He loves his son Randall and always want the best for his family and close friends....I called him friend and will miss greatly.

 

Judy Greci posted on 8/15/18

I have so many memories of my brother. He would always come to my rescue. I don't think that was something most people knew about our relationship but it was something we knew and I will always cherish what we had. Nickey was my big brother and he took care of his little sister. Two more memories come to mind and one is Nickey named me, I am not sure of all the details on that one but I know he picked the name Judy for his little sister. Another fond memory of Nickey was him coming to see my son Dakota in the hospital when he was born almost 2 months early and telling me he was going to call him Tuff. He said any baby that had been through what Dakota had to go through had to be Tuff. I wish I could hear your laugh one more time. I wish I could see your smile beaming one more time. I wish I could look into your caring eyes one more time. Your my brother were my favorite cowboy.

 

Judy Greci posted on 8/15/18

I could always count on my brother to come to my rescue when I called. I loved his laugh and smile. A very special memory is when he came to see my son and his first and only nephew, Dakota Putrite in the Harris Methodist Hospital in Fort Worth, Texas. Dakota was in the neonatal unit as he had been born almost 2 months early, he had tubes and tape all over his body. Nickey told me he was naming him Tuff, because any baby that could go through what Dakota had would have to be Tuff. I will miss my brother and rescuer.

 

julie heffley hammond posted on 8/14/18

I knew my uncle Gerald as a kind soft-spoken man. I always looked forward to seeing him. & Valta at Heffley gatherings. He will be missed here on earth but I know that he is rejoicing in Heaven reunited with his beloved Valta. And I know that my dad and the rsst of Gerald's brothers and my Grandaddy Floyd and my Grandmother Bessie Heffley , his parents, have welcomed him with open arms to a Heavenly Heffley reunion. And our Heavenly father and HIs son, Jesus Christ, are smiling welcoming Gerald to his eternal home and All is well. May God grant Gerald's son, Colin, my cousin and Colin's family peace & comfort. Love Julie Heffley Hammond,, my husband David in Heaven, my children Ross, Chris, Katie and my baby grandson Nash.

 

Aaron & Sara Chitty posted on 8/14/18

So sorry for your loss. She was a beautiful sweet person. You and your family are in our Prayers!

 

Vaughan Rhoades posted on 8/13/18

As Phyllis’ cousin I was a frequent visitor to their family farm when we were young. Then, and in later years, I never heard Phyllis say an unkind word. She was a great lady who will deeply missed.

 

Billie Livingston posted on 8/13/18

loved her! she will be missed.

 

 

carrie clauson posted on 8/13/18

Pat--just thinking of you today and what a light you brought to all our lives. You were such a ball of joy and laughter and your light will never be put out! Cant wait to see you up there!!

 

Carolyn Carlson posted on 8/11/18

I have lots of great memories...but one that stands out is : a night around a fire Nickey taught me to two step....I will miss his bad attitude and his wit....love you Nickey

 

Heather Pazak posted on 8/10/18

I love you, mom! You were my best friend, my role model, my hero. I will love you until my last breath.

 

Laverne Mathis posted on 8/10/18

Larry, Shauna, and Kendra; I am so sorry for your loss of Mary. She was a very sweet lady with a wonderful heart and warm smile. May the Lord hold you gently and comfort you during your season of grief.

 

Penny (Ard) Williams posted on 8/9/18

I am so very sorry to hear about the passing of Leroy. I have many good memories from so long ago when we would all go out after church and eat pizza. I remember that he was always such a nice person. Prayers for peace and comfort to all the family and friends.

 

 

Carrie & Rickey Ray & Kids and Sandra Marr posted on 8/9/18

May you rest in peace. As you were an angel sent from heaven and made a difference in so many peoples lifes.

 

Carrie & Rickey Ray & Kids and Sandra Marr posted on 8/9/18

Mary was one amazing women who touched so many. Now she is home and will bring lots of joy and peace to all around her. I truly appreciate all she did for Larry and the girls after the loss of the girls mother. She was truly an angel sent from heaven. Larry and all the kids we love you. Let us know if you need anything. We will keep you all in our prayers. Love you All.

 

Carrie & Rickey Ray, Stormy, Misty, Sandra Marr posted on 8/9/18

Mary touched so many and left lasting memories to many. I truly appreciate all Mary did for Larry and the girls after the loss of there mother. She was truly a blessing from heaven and I know she will touch many more in heaven. She was a true Angel from above. Big hugs to the family and please know your in my prayers and thoughts. Love you ALL.

 

Kari Lane posted on 8/8/18

I’m so grateful I was able to see you and spend time with before you left us. You were a great uncle with some pretty cool stories of your life. Not to mention you had the most beautiful blue eyes I’ve seen! I will cherish the Buck knife you gave me always! I love you Uncle Joe

 

Leo & Sue Zimmerman Jr. posted on 8/8/18

Prayers goes out to family and friends. Our hearts our sadden. Our condolence to the family.

 

Ricky Bowers posted on 8/8/18

Leroy, we are going to miss you so much! You were so funny and kept us laughing all the time. You were our oldest cousin and you really looked after and took good care of us. It will not be the same here on earth without your gentle soul and positive outlook. You were the peace maker and you looked at the best in people. I know we have many family members’ souls in heaven that has welcomed you home with open arms. I love you! Until we meet again, your cousin Ricky.

 

Andrea Seemayer posted on 8/8/18

Rest in heaven Grandma! You will be missed! Love your granddaughter, Andrea

 

Ida Milligan posted on 8/7/18

LeRoy was my oldest nephew. I was at the hospital when he came into this world and I was at his bedside when he took his last breath here on earth. I believe he’s celebrating in Heaven with his Mom and Dad along with grandparents and his Uncle Billy and other relatives and friends who have gone on before! We’ll see him again one day when it’s our time to go! Love you, LeRoy... from your Aunt Ida

 

Dick Williams posted on 8/7/18

Joe and Marilyn are two of our best friends ever. He will be greatly missed. I am sure he and my Joan are looking down on us and smiling.

 

 

Patricia Bevis posted on 8/6/18

Rest in peace my sweet brother. I miss you so much already. Love, Sister Pat

 

"Pete & Patti" posted on 8/6/18

We will miss seeing Les at so many of our dances. It was an honor to call him friend.

 

Carolyn DeLaCruz posted on 8/5/18

My love and prayers for your loss of this tremendously beloved and remarkable man, who is your newest guardian angel.????????????

 

Sacramenta Landrum posted on 8/4/18