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Kym (Elkins) Spears posted on 7/23/21

Kim was my best friend since we were nine years old. We had so much fun and so many memories together. I loved her laugh when we would talk about things we did when we were kids. I loved that our girls were close and we got to experience all the fun with them, birthday parties, sleep overs, stuffed animal adventures. I will always hold this close to my heart. Kim was so smart and so talented artistically, I wish the world could have seen her talents. I love you Kim and always will.

 

chelita posted on 7/23/21

May David's creator give his family the comfort needed in these days. May he rest peacefully - Daniel 12:13

 

Celesta Pack posted on 7/21/21

My deepest sympathy is with you all and I'm sending hugs and kisses your way. May God wrap his loving arms around you as you all go thru this most difficult time. Most love to the family

 

Jonathan and Tammy Appel posted on 7/21/21

Our sincerest condolences. The entire family will be in our prayers. May the Almighty Lord surround each of you with His peace, comfort, and love in the Mighty Name of Jesus, Amen.

 

Krystal Russell posted on 7/20/21

My thoughts and prayers are with your family as you lay this beautiful soul to rest, he was the best husband father son fisherman coast guard and so much more and so glad I got to know him. I donated in lieu of flowers in his honor! May God rest his soul PTL he is with Jesus and Granny. Love y’all so very much!

 

 

Deborah Eaton posted on 7/20/21

I will forever remember Phil's kind spirit because I see it in our son, Micah.

 

 

Deborah Eaton posted on 7/20/21

I will forever remember Phil's kind spirit because I see it in our son, Micah. I'm sorry I just today found the obituary. Many prayers of healing to his family.

 

 

BECKY Whittington Crowell posted on 7/20/21

Saying goodbye to someone we love is heartbreaking. May you find comfort in all the special memories shared with David. God bless you guys.

 

Alisha Huff posted on 7/20/21

What a loving and doting Grandmother and Great-Grandmother she was! Not only did she have a fierce love for her own family, she shared that same unconditional love for the dozens of foster children who shared her extended family. What a precious gift she gave them. The last time I saw her was at Janette’s doing what she loved - rocking babies. 💗

 

Alisha Huff posted on 7/20/21

What a precious and doting Grandmother she was not only to her own precious children and grandchildren, but to the dozens of foster children who joined her extended family for specific periods of time. She treated them no differently than her own flesh and blood. What an unconditional love she had for these precious ones. She gave them a special gift that so many had never experienced. She will not be forgotten. 💗

 

Gaylord and Sue Hoyt posted on 7/20/21

Love and Sympathy to Jean's family. We are so fortunate to have visited her just 10 days before she went to her heavenly home and had some special moments together. Jean hired Sue as a professor at Del Mar College in 1976; the friendship began then and has become very special over the many years. We visited Jean and Claude (and Papa D) a number of times at the Farm and had great times and made many wonderful memories. Gaylord always played her favorite hymns and some fun tunes too on his violin. Sue and Jean had special weekly phone conversations over the past year as we all had to deal with COVID. Rest in peace, Dear Jean; you lived a full life and contributed greatly to this world. We love you and will miss you!

 

Sheila Finley posted on 7/20/21

Bart was like a second Dad to me. He was always ready with words of advice and a hug. Rest in peace with Phyllis by your side! Love you both so much.

 

Pam and Raph Benjamin posted on 7/20/21

My great-uncle Calvin Bart was always such a positive, robust, joyful, and wise man. He will be greatly missed here, but we WILL see him again someday!! Love, Pam

 

S.w. posted on 7/20/21

Rest peacefully Calvin. Ecclesiastes 9:5

 

Weaver Family posted on 7/20/21

Mr. Jon, you will be missed. Condolences to the Family. Revelation 21:3 & 4

 

Fam Weaver posted on 7/20/21

Such a young vibrant lady kimberly was. Forever in our hearts. Sleep peacefully. Isaiah 25:8

 

Linda Spindor posted on 7/19/21

Bart was my neighbor at Bluffdale. Prayers to the family.

 

 

Jake and Megan Fuhs posted on 7/19/21

Sending prayers to the Kirkpatrick family during this difficult time.

 

Lindalee Lott posted on 7/19/21

Mrs. Morris was so unselfish. Not only in adopting Maria but she also wanted to adopt another child when Maria was in elementary school.

 

Clemente Garcia posted on 7/19/21

It's hard to forget someone, who gave so much to remember.

 

Deneice Baker posted on 7/19/21

Brenda, I'm so terribly sorry to hear about your loss. My many thoughts & prayers are with you!

 

 

Sarah and Rodney Benson posted on 7/19/21

Dearest Nanci May the love of family and friends comfort and may Peace be with you today. S and R and T

 

Stephy Weaver posted on 7/18/21

My condolences to Michael's family and friends. I knew him because of his foray into candle making. I'll never forget his kindness and warmth. And he was FUNNY! Rest in peace, Michael.

 

Jerry and Bonnie Montague posted on 7/17/21

Jeanne was a wonderful woman with a very big heart. We had so many good times in Spokane. Her love for the Lord was always evident and we know she is with Him now.

 

Linda and HC Moore posted on 7/17/21

We have known David for 20 years. Our front gate used to be the turn around point for his morning run. He always had a wave and a smile for us. We will never forget David. Praying for comfort for his family and all who loved him.

 

Marcia Goodrich posted on 7/16/21

Dear Nancy and family, We are so sad to hear that David is gone. Our memories go back to when his family moved to DeKalb, and his dad was one of the best pastors and friends we can count. Dave boarded his first horse in our barn and I had the joy of watching Dave as he practiced roping with other 'cowboys' at a nearby arena in Cortland, He was dedicated; a 'horse whisperer'.at 16. We are blessed to have known Dave. Our sincere condolences also to Steve, Tim and Amy at the loss of a unique, brother . Sending our love, Marcia and Jack Goodrich

 

Helen H Jones posted on 7/16/21

But we just TALKED on Facebook!! What a beautiful soul, inside and out. I felt such warm and love in your home and your presence. My condolences to Gary who was a faithful and wonderful husband. And to all the children and grandchildren whose pictures and lives Diane shared with joy, pray, and hope. God wrap you in His arms.

 

cheo posted on 7/16/21

Condolences to Don's family. JOB 14:14, 15

 

Fam Weaver posted on 7/16/21

My condolences to Sharon's children. She was Loved. The world lost a beautiful soul. ISAIAH 33:24

 

Fam Vega posted on 7/16/21

Condolences to the family of Elaine. She will be missed dearly. She is at peace now. ECCLESIASTES 9:5, 10 .

 

Margie Hills posted on 7/15/21

Nanci Waddy and I are so saddened by the passing of our friend Dave. He was always a kind, friendly and fun friend. We had a lot of memories together which which we will cherish. Our condolences to you and Wesley and pray for peace and comfort in the days and weeks to come. May he RIP and find all the heavenly love he deserves 🙏🙏🙏

 

Lynda Rosaschi posted on 7/15/21

Don’t really know how to put into words the impact that you & David have had in our lives ,..although years have gone by & we haven’t been in touch ,..I know the deep friendship was always there ! Y’all were there for the birth of our first child ,..all the great times we had at the cuttings ...memories last forever ...love & prayers for strength & healing 🙏

 

Lank & Eva Creacy posted on 7/15/21

When we lived in Lipan, David would drop in and visit with Lank. Those visits meant alot to Lank. RIP David! You were loved. Praying for strength for Nanci and Wesley.

 

Bob Kilinski posted on 7/15/21

David was one of the nicest men I’ve ever met. I spent hundreds of days with him in the gym several years ago, and did many runs with him. He met my kids when we all ran together and always remembered their names even after years of not seeing them. He was quick with a compliment and I never heard anything negative come out of his mouth. David was a shining example of how to be a good human. He will be missed.

 

BRYAN SPICER posted on 7/15/21

Loved your music, and glad to be your friend. We pilots are always chased by circumstances. Keep an eye out for the rest of us.

 

Gary D Potter posted on 7/14/21

Nanci: Tim just called and gave me the bad news. I am shocked, heartbroken and having difficulty getting my head around this. I hurt for you and Wesley, and I pray for God's Peace be extended to you during the coming days. I can't come to the memorial service, but know that I will be with you in spirit. I loved David like my own son, and I think he knew that. I love you too, and we will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. God bless. Gary D Potter

 

Gary D Potter posted on 7/14/21

Memory of David Holtsford

 

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Gary D Potter

 

Monica Leonard posted on 7/14/21

We are very sorry for your loss of David. We will keep you and your family in our prayers as you go through this difficult time. From: Scot and Monica Leonard & Family

 

Pooh posted on 7/14/21

Mom, you weren't supposed to go right now. I need you so much. Selfish me!!! I'm glad you are out of pain, but wish you were here. I can't stop crying and will be heartbroken until we meet again. Love you!!!

 

Tiffany Cupp posted on 7/14/21

You were my rock, my person I always could call just because. We had a thing a bond a connection that was unlike anything I could ever explain with words. You shaped me into the woman, mother and wife that I am today. I miss you, I am broken, I am lost without you. You're home now, you are safe, you are healed, but those of us left behind will never be the same. Until we meet again my precious Granny, I love you to eternity. We will forever remember you and the love and joy you brought to our family. I love you and miss you so so much. - TIffy

 

Rhonda Millington posted on 7/14/21

I congratulated David on the birth of his granddaughter Merle. His face brightened and the biggest smile came over his face. He said I knew she would be important but I was just not expecting to feel this way. He was smitten!

 

 

Damien Lampman posted on 7/13/21

Abbie you touched my heart so deeply. We didn’t talk to much but I still considered you a friend. I miss you, and hope heaven is treating you well

 

 

(Jen) Jack Nelson posted on 7/12/21

Will be greatly missed but rejoice in the knowledge you are in Heaven where there are no more tears or sorrows.

 

Julie Cordell posted on 7/12/21

My Heartfelt Condolences to the Family & Friends!

 

Erin Mayeux posted on 7/12/21

I am so sorry to hear of Toni’s passing. My thoughts & prayers are with her family. I officially met her toward the school year when subbing across the hall from her. She was a beautiful lady & joy to know.

 

 

Cynthia Gerber Cipperly posted on 7/12/21

So sad to hear of "Auntie Cheenie's" passing. I will always remember her fantastic laugh and smile. She gave the best hugs and was always so fun to be around. She will be missed. Much love to all of you!

 

Dr Leslie Sharp posted on 7/12/21

RIP my dear friend Mike. You were one of a kind and will be missed. See you on the other side buddy. God bless.

 

Wanda Langston posted on 7/12/21

I am so sorry for your loss. Your mother was such a sweet person and I enjoyed being with her here at Quail Park. The world is a better place because of her. God bless and comfort all of you. Love and prayers.

 

 

Laura Johnson posted on 7/11/21

RIP Mike

 

 

Laura Johnson posted on 7/11/21

Mike, you fought a hard battle with the bottle. I pray that you Rest In Peace..

 

Mary Helen Strain Smart posted on 7/11/21

I met Mike when I was 14 years old at a dance. We would run into each other from time to time through the years & catch up, he always had a smile on his face. RIP my old friend, you will truly be missed.

 

Bryant Eddy posted on 7/11/21

So sorry for your loss Brenda

 

Bill& Rita Walters posted on 7/10/21

Monica was a wonderful woman and great lady.Praying for the family.

 

Peter Kühnl posted on 7/10/21

Life was not always easy to Gerlinde but at the end it seems she found happiness. Going to the US was an extreme adventure in the 60s and she managed it successfully. We will keep her in our hearts forever.

 

Judy Morrison posted on 7/10/21

She was an amazing lady Meet her at the ymca and loved her positive attitude

 

Tommy and Carol Davis posted on 7/10/21

A lady that put so many before her. May she be long as the lady that offers comfort to all.

 

Russ Boozer family (Russ, Pami & Trey) posted on 7/10/21

We loved mama Judy and she has always been an inspiration throughout the years. She will be missed by so many. Our deepest sympathies and love ❣️Light 🔆 & prayers🙏 for peace & comfort for all who knew and loved her. RIP beautiful mama Judy❣️

 

Pami Boozer posted on 7/10/21

Keep shining bright from above for the whole wide world to see and thank you for the light that you have shined on me ❣️

 

Jean Brandt posted on 7/10/21

Sincere condolences on the loss of beautiful Momma Judy. Grandma Jean Brandt and Tracy Hartman family

 

 

posted on 7/10/21

Ruhe in Frieden. Wir haben uns nicht oft genug gesehen in unserem Leben aber immer gut verstanden. Deine Nichte Petra

 

Coleman Morrison posted on 7/9/21

Love, thoughts and prayers to the Randall family during this difficult time.

 

Paulette Chapman Bridges posted on 7/9/21

Praying that God gives you all peace, strength, and precious memories during Judy’s Homegoing. Heaven is more real than ever before with our loved ones waiting for us. John 14:1-3

 

Mary A. Gilbert posted on 7/9/21

Love you daddy you will be missed

 

Robert Sewitsky posted on 7/9/21

Rest in Peace Sonny. Say hi to Billy and Cat.

 

Robert Sewitsky posted on 7/9/21

Rest in peace Sonny. Tell Billy and Cat hi.

 

Diana McCoy Perry posted on 7/9/21

Larry was my long time buddy in Glen Rose. It was all about his music. He was an individual, but was very bright and talented. Great friend!

 

james pethtel posted on 7/9/21

Will truly be missed but not forgotten.

 

 

Beverely Hill posted on 7/9/21

A grand and gracious Lady and one of Granbury's finest Matriarchs. May you rest in peace

 

Stephanie Thompson posted on 7/9/21

We are thinking of you all during this most difficult time. We wish we would have known this strong, exceptional lady. After all...anybody who hands out Lindor chocolates must be one mighty fine person. Our hearts are breaking for you guys. Love ya'll so much. David & Stephanie

 

 

Remmic Lewis posted on 7/8/21

Beloved client of our family business. I will always remember the joyous gatherings of she and her lovely ladies sharing wisdom and humor on the Rica couch during visits to South Padre. Thank you Momma Judy, for making the world a better place.

 

 

Crecshia Gasaway posted on 7/8/21

Keith was such a good guy. He never spoke to me that he wasn’t friendly and kind. He loved Rhonda and his family with his whole heart. Rest In Peace.

 

Carol Lowrance posted on 7/8/21

What a gracious and always positive, always smiling, beautiful lady we have lost. Heaven has just become an even better place.

 

Charlene Reynolds posted on 7/8/21

A very sweet lady who I always enjoyed seeing at garage sales with her husband, Dwight. May a God comfort all in your loss.

 

Coleman Morrison posted on 7/8/21

Love and prayers to this sweet family as they grieve.

 

Don & Sarah Phillips posted on 7/8/21

Judy's ever present smile brightened this world and made it a better place for all of us. God bless Judy and all of her family.

 

 

Cheryl Buhlin posted on 7/7/21

Monika was one of the strongest women I knew. I will always remember her as the amazing woman she was. I will always remember her dearly.

 

Ethan Dobelbower posted on 7/7/21

We all love our Gran even now that she is not with us. With love your great grandson.

 

Bob szabados posted on 7/7/21

Dear Linda, very sorry to hear the passing of Bob. We bought worked at Vought, and I worked for him in the Maintainability group on the B2 program. He was wonderful to work. Easy going with a great sense of humor. For awhile, I had to car pool with him when my van was broken. We lived on Jewell, and he lived a few streets away. May god comfort you and your family in your time of grief. Bob & Leona Szabados

 

Wilma posted on 7/7/21

I miss you so much daddy ....love you daddy

 

Wilma perez posted on 7/7/21

I love and miss you daddy. Now you are in heaven with momma and Glenda.❤️❤️❤️

 

Ruby Martin posted on 7/7/21

you will be so missed Daddy , rest in Heaven with Momma and Glenda..I will Love you Always oxoxox

 

Beverley Vann posted on 7/6/21

I am still going to Robert's website, Iceage Now, as a matter of years long habit. Robert's kindness and generosity in the way he managed his website was very apparent. I miss his intelligence and perception very much.

 

Jim webb posted on 7/5/21

Mentor, teacher and prankster. I would not have accomplished what I did in the world of power generation if Roy had not taken me under his wing early in my career. Thanks TEACHER!!!

 

Michelle Frasier-Massengill posted on 7/5/21

Flea market and Friday lunch with her and Dwight and Norman

 

Carmen Boyd posted on 7/4/21

Uncle Ronnie always joking around and he loved tickling us till we couldn't hardly breathe. Uncle Ronnie will be missed.

 

 

Carmen Boyd posted on 7/4/21

We love you Uncle Ronnie

 

 

Annette Clark posted on 7/3/21

My Deepest sympathy, God be with each at this time .and always .will be missed ,,but never forgotten. Love y'all. Prayers are with you,that each day will be easier.

 

 

Norma Blecha posted on 7/3/21

My deepest sympathy, prayers for family, will meet my sister on other side .

 

Larry & Donna Langford posted on 7/3/21

Mary’s smile, laughter, and friendship will always be in our heart. Spending time with both Mary and Boyd was a treasured gift. Now they are together again. Praise God.

 

 

Sandi Poe posted on 7/3/21

Being part of Lydia, Traveling to mission conferences and sharing hotel rooms along with scripture and prayers! Ice storms and fellowship.

 

Tracy Ann McCurry posted on 7/3/21

Nancy was one of my favorite people in the world! She was like family, my best friend, confidant, the most encouraging woman in my life! Her joy for life, her love for the Lord, the way she treasured her husband and her family will be remembered throughout time here on this earth! My deepest sympathies and sincerest condolences. Praying always for her family and friends! I miss you Nancy! Thank you for always being so amazing! 🌹I love you! I can't wait to see you, hug you and hear your laugh again!

 

Jim and Sherry Scott posted on 7/3/21

Love and prayers to the rest of the family. She was loved and will be missed.

 

 

Casey VanDorn posted on 7/2/21

I loved watching scarry movies with you grandma. You always had the funniest commentary. I'll treasure those memories forever!

 

Denise Jones posted on 7/2/21

Glenda Juran was my cousin. Joe and Glenda are now together in Heaven. I never saw Joe without a big smile on his face. Rest in peace - love and prayers to family and friends.

 

 

Barbara DeShazer posted on 7/2/21

Prayers for you Ronda Smith love and miss you your in my thoughts

 

 

Eric&lisa wadsworth posted on 7/2/21

You flying with the angles

 

Ronda Smith posted on 7/2/21

Mom you will Be missed so much I luv you Forever and Always

 

Kenneth D Evans posted on 7/2/21

I love you Patrick. Please give all our family members a big hug and kiss for me in the afterlife. Tell them I miss them very much

 

Sheila Attical posted on 7/2/21

To The Evans Family I pray that God will strengthen each and everyone of you during this time of Bereavement. Also, remember, to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. I will keep you'll in my prayers.

 

Willie & Patricia Pullom posted on 7/2/21

The Pullom family send our deepest condolences for the loss of your love one. May “GOD” bring you peace, healing and comfort during these most difficult times.

 

Willie & Patricia Pullom posted on 7/2/21

The Pullom family send our sincere condolences to the Evans family, we are so sorry for your loss. May “GOD” bring you peace, healing and comfort during these most difficult times.

 

Ebony Hollis Madison posted on 7/2/21

We send our deepest condolences to you all. You’re in our thoughts & prayers. Rest well Cousin ❤️. Love, Ebony Hollis Madison & Family

 

 

Debra posted on 7/2/21

Patrick, you not only loved & impact your children's lives, with positive meaning.You Coached a community of children!! Rest well my Nephew in God's Loving arms🙏🏾💜💜💜 Your Aunt, "Deb" Debra Hollis Birmingham AL

 

Rachel Sanders posted on 7/2/21

GEAUX TIGERS or ROLL TIDE. You will always be my Patches. Rest well friend.

 

Sheila Attical posted on 7/1/21

Nephew, May your soul rest in peace. Love you forever. Auntie Sheila

 

Willie & Patricia Pullom posted on 7/1/21

The Pullom family extend our deepest condolences and sympathy to the Evans family, may “God” keep you, bring you peace, comfort and healing during these most difficult times.

 

Lois Joplin posted on 7/1/21

My dearest friend I miss you more than anyone can imagine, I loved singing with you, playing cards, and dumpster diving with you almost every Friday, going to Bible Study, I miss you my friend, say hello to miy mom for me.

 

 

Lisa Juran posted on 7/1/21

You were the best daddy that I ever could have wished for! Thank you for teaching me how to work on cars, mow the lawn, sing, love music, rodeo, cars, hockey, and pride in my Czech heritage! Thank you for the memories at Soortd Car races, Rodeos, Football games,FW Wings and FW Tecan hockey games, FWSDR. The Okyobetdest. The Colonial, and everywhere else that you took me and introduced me :i,'d like for you to meet my daughter, this is Lisa:! I love you, Daddy! And, I made me from from ear to ear when I would do something ecsvyly like you. And Mother would call me :Koe Frank, Jr! I took it as the ultimate compliment!!!

 

Christopher Adair posted on 7/1/21

Just found out really sorry for the family's loss Robert was a good man and I would come by just to talk will miss him

 

Fam Weaver posted on 6/30/21

Jordan, rest peacefully. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family. God will always remember you - Daniel 12:13

 

Justin Tamblyn posted on 6/29/21

I remember on the ranch, the trampoline, having fun, causing trouble, but as time moves on, you lose track of time, of people, but never those memories. They still will live on with me and many others. May God bless and touch those who knew him. Moody family, my thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Doug and Michelle Warren posted on 6/28/21

As I read all of the comments about Jordan and what a wonderful husband, father, friend, and Christian he was, I flash back to my time in GR when Jordan was a student/athlete. There was never any doubt that he would be all of those things and more because he displayed all of those qualities at such an early age. Katy, Pete, Nancy and the rest of the family, our thoughts and prayers go out to you during this time. May the Lord wrap his arms around all of you and give you comfort and peace. Doug and Michelle Warren

 

Patout Cotter posted on 6/28/21

Toni’s passing has brought back great memories of her generosity. I was one of the bachelors who was working part time during the construction of the Comanche Peak plant that she had over to the house for dinner or to stop by on Sunday/Saturday to watch the big game on TV. Tom and Edward my thoughts are with you. Pat2

 

Patout Cotter posted on 6/28/21

Toni’s passing has brought back great memories of her generosity. I was one of the bachelors who was working part time during the construction of the Comanche Peak plant that she had over to the house for dinner or to stop by on Sunday/Saturday to watch the big game on TV. Tom and Edward my thoughts are with you. Pat2

 

Filena Beddingfield posted on 6/28/21

Sorry for the loss of your sweet mother. She is at home rejoicing with Jesus, Holly and others. She was a lovely Christian lady. Pray that the Lord will comfort you during this time.

 

Melinda Strickland posted on 6/28/21

As I listen to Jordan's memorial service, I am doubly impressed at the man/father/church member/civic leader he became. What a legacy he leaves for his children. Nancy and Pete, I cannot imagine your heartache at the loss of a child. Katy, your loss is also unimaginable for you and your 3 precious little ones. Prayers for all of you as you navigate the coming days in a new normal you did not choose nor want. The service is a memorial to a wonderful young man as evidenced by the testimonies of his friends and his pastor.

 

Fam. Vega posted on 6/28/21

May michael rest for now until God directs his attention to him in the Resurrection. DANIEL 12:13

 

Jerry an Mindy Monroe posted on 6/28/21

Our thoughts an prayers are with all the family

 

Lahonda Wilkins posted on 6/27/21

Too many good times and stories to tell. His and my husband's, Ronnies antics spread decades. The stories they could tell. He loved having a garden, grew the biggest tomatoes I've ever seen. Always had a pepper in his pocket wrapped in foil. He was a practical joker to be reckoned with. Go easy on them Bill. See you for supper. Love you always. Ronnie &Lahonda

 

Drew Travis posted on 6/27/21

Jimmy was a gentle soul with a kind heart. I will miss his presence at worship and his smile in my life.

 

 

Jan Porcher posted on 6/27/21

To the family - my heart breaks for you right now. I am so sorry. Jordan brought so much joy to CMWMA meetings, great food, laughter, and let us share his young children He will be so missed. God Rest his sweet soul. Again, I am so sorry.

 

john holden posted on 6/27/21

We are praying for the entire family

 

 

Mona “Connally” Dunkelman posted on 6/26/21

Praying for your family in this time of loss

 

Harry and Dianne Thompson posted on 6/26/21

It is with much sadness that we say goodbye to our dear sweet friend, William. We have many great memories of you that shall remain in our hearts until we meet again. Love to all you family!

 

Jean Matthews posted on 6/26/21

My heart goes out to you and to everyone who loved him. This is such a huge loss. Allen was a remarkable husband, father and true friend. He will be greatly missed.

 

Brenda Isham posted on 6/26/21

Suzette and Family— I am so sorry for your loss. I’ll always remember the good times we had playing golf with the couples group and the Dalmatians on your lawn at Christmas. It’s the little things that matter. You are in my prayers. Love, Brenda

 

 

Kathy Stansbury posted on 6/26/21

A unique presence. She will be truly missed.

 

Craig Crawford posted on 6/25/21

Jordan Moore was a dedicated son, husband, father, community leader. Having known both his Father and Mother, Pete and Nancy, since long before he was born, I rejoiced at his birth. His intelligence and integrity always stood out. Jordan always walked his talk, and kept his word. He was a true Texan and more. And he loved his Katy and his children and his parents, and his sisters, and each one of his many Nieces and Nephews, particularly Shane. Leaving his beautiful family was. Not his plan but he leaves bright memories and his touch lives on in each of us. Job well done Shane, we will not fail the example you have set for us, Rest In Peace. We will always love you and remember

 

Michael Crow posted on 6/25/21

So many memories from when Michael had Michael and Company in Andrews Texas

 

Michael Crow posted on 6/25/21

My heart felt condolences to the Turnage Family went to School with you guys It hurts my heart that I did not get to say good by to a great friend John and Tom my prayers are with yall

 

 

Jerry posted on 6/25/21

Rest in Peace my Daddy.

 

Amy Woods posted on 6/25/21

I’m saddened to learn about her passing. I was a little girl when my family and I took a trip to glen rose and stopped to eat at her restaurant. She was a sweet lady and has been on my mind even after meeting her 17 years ago.

 

Jere & Joan Lehr posted on 6/25/21

The death of Michael leaves a huge void in our hearts and lives. He was such a gentleman, kind, compassionate and fun. When he moved next door to us he became part of our family and everyone loved him. We had many great times & memorable moments with him. Michael will be greatly missed.

 

Karen Heater posted on 6/24/21

While he lived in Las Vegas, Michael was much more than a hair stylist. He was a devoted friend. Spending time with him was always a pleasure, he made me laugh and he was so supportive. And my hair always looked great! When he moved to Texas, I missed him dearly. RIP. With love, Karen

 

Farah Pajuheshfar posted on 6/24/21

I always called him Zane and it was a blessing the day I met him at Gwen’s Salon Studio 108. He was a great adviser to me . He made me believe in myself more than ever and I did listen to his advises and he changed my life. I was, am and will be for ever grateful. He was an amazing person, Great friend and had a huge heart. I will miss him very much . I love you Zane for ever and ever my friend❤️❤️🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏❤️❤️

 

Ona Pruitt posted on 6/24/21

Karen and I were members of the UMW Circle of Love group together through the Acton United Methodist church. She will be missed.

 

Carolyn De La Cruz posted on 6/24/21

Beautiful Toni and I met subbing for GHS/Crosslnd choirs, for Hope, Doss and Evans in 2008♥️ We became good friends through the years since, and I really loved and respected her; and miss her already! ❤️🖤She always called me out for carrying too much "stuff": "What in the world do you have in that bag??" Rest In Peace my friend🙏🏻

 

 

Vicki Gorsuch Feil posted on 6/24/21

Such wonderful memories with Aunt Karen. From her college weekend dinners at our house in Madison with her roommate, Gerri, to the Keyes family reunion a few years ago. I will miss you. All my love, Vicki

 

posted on 6/24/21

Quick and shy grin. Never got loud. EASY GOING IN all things.. saw a bright side in everything. And pretty dang smart in most decision making scenarios Hey, when you assigned place,7t

 

Nanette Sanders posted on 6/23/21

Jack, please accept my heartfelt sympathy for the loss of your sweet wife. Dana was a special lady to so many. We are here for you and you are not alone. -Nan

 

Gretchen Matteson posted on 6/23/21

Please accept our sincerest sympathy for your loss. Know that you re not alone Jack, the Corinthians love you. Mathew 11:28-30 "Come to me all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble of heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light."

 

Jennifer McClain posted on 6/22/21

Offering our deepest sympathy and condolences for Jack, family, and friends. Dana was loved by many and while it’s sad to not have her here, we know she’s at peace in the presence of our Lord Jesus.

 

Anita Barnhouse posted on 6/22/21

I remember I went to Renee’, Allen’s sister-in-law birthday party, and Allen and his wife, Debra, Renne’s sister was there. My Daughter, Deborah, was about 6. She kept following Allen around all night. He was a little concerned, so he came and spoke to me about it. Come to find out,, my daughter thought Allen was Santa Claus. Allen was a great man. He was very sweet to my daughter. Thank you above Allen.

 

Cindy Small posted on 6/22/21

Heaven recently gained a precious and very special Angel..Dana’s love for the Lord was shown to all of us everyday and in every way… Rest In Peace my little sister, may God Bless and give strength to help us get through this,especially her loving husband Jack. I love you and will miss you. Until we meet in heaven .

 

Stephen Sledge posted on 6/22/21

Uncle Billy Joe was one of my favorite Sledge uncles. I loved his subtle sense of humor. The worlds that we came from out of our formative years were very different - he the country boy and I the city slicker. So when we were together in Granbury or Fall Creek hunting, or on the Brazos River fishing, I usually messed up at least once - providing him something to poke fun at. But he had a kind way of doing it, in a memorable, teaching sort of way that I shall never forget. I have good memories of riding around in his green Chevy stepside pickup with him. He was quiet and yet strong. He loved his family and worked hard. I admired the way he looked after his mother - mowing and keeping up the yard and house. He loved his mother. I loved him and I will miss him.

 

 

Margo Montgomery posted on 6/21/21

I light a candle for you. I am glad you are free and free of pain. You will be sorely missed. But in a better place. I love you my little one and forever will. Mom

 

JAMES GLENN MORROW posted on 6/21/21

Craig, Thoughts and prayers for you and your family during this time. From the PB Magnolia-River Inspection team.

 

Tammy Leatham posted on 6/21/21

I met Allen when I was just a kid and starting out in picture framing. Never knowing our lives would crisscross over and over. When he and Debra moved to Granbury they became even closer and our back door neighbors. The Saturday night cook outs were the best. My favorite story is he and I had a jalapeño peppers eating contest. He got a really hot one, sweating like crazy and mine had no flavor at all. Still makes me laugh all these years later. He’ll be missed but his stories will live on. ❤️

 

Shirley posted on 6/21/21

Allen was one of the best men I have ever known. Great businessman, father, husband, and friend. All those weekend pool parties we had at his home were the best! Allen’s cooking on the grill was so….good! Rest peacefully my friend. Allen will be sorely missed. We were blessed by God to have a man like this in our presence. Rest Peacefully! Shirley

 

Michael DeVittorio posted on 6/21/21

My deepest condolences on your loss, he was a remarkable man and he will be sorely missed by not only those who personally knew him but by those he touched through his works.

 

Julie Bradford posted on 6/20/21

So sorry to hear this he was a great person sending my condolences to the family

 

Chelbel posted on 6/20/21

So sorry to hearing of the passing of Deborah. My condolences to her family. REVELATION 21:3 & 4

 

Weavers posted on 6/20/21

So sorry for your loss ms. Shirley. May Jim rest peacefully until God directs his attention to him in the last day as said in DANIEL 12:13

 

C.w. posted on 6/20/21

Rest peacefully Joe. May God bring you back in the nearing Resurrection. God is Love. JOHN 5:28, 29

 

Fam Weaver posted on 6/20/21

Debra will be truly missed. Everybody loved her for the caring and giving person she was. God says in Ecclesiastes 9:5 that she does not suffer, shes in deep sleep, resting. God is Love.

 

Fam Weaver posted on 6/20/21

My deepest condolences for your loss. Little souls like Colt will forever be in our hearts. Prayers for you all. DANIEL 12:13

 

Michele posted on 6/19/21

RIP my beautiful Pops. I miss you already so much. Father’s Day is this weekend and perfect timing to celebrate you. I miss my best friend more than anything. Thank you Dad “Pops” and “Gpa” I love you forever. You were and forever will be a gift to anyone that met you. You showed us all how to be a better person, to ALWAYS come from love. You taught me what real love is by the way you lived your values, cherished your beautiful wife and everyone around you. Thank you Dad for marrying an amazing woman that I now call mom. You left me with so many love gifts and a true sense of family. Happy Fathers Day to the best man I’ve ever known and truly love ♥️

 

DeAnn Horner posted on 6/19/21

My beloved baby brother I'm so sorry that I could not be with you I love to you with all my heart and hope to see you in heaven soon your beloved big sis

 

Jane Powell posted on 6/18/21

Joe Lynn as we if the class of 1958 was a very good person and well liked. I counted him as one of my very best friends. So sad and so sorry he has passed on. RIP my friend.

 

Jerry Tieben posted on 6/18/21

Shirley and family: I just found out that Jim has passed. I am so, so, sorry. I will miss our conversations, and friendship. Prayers to you all. Love, Jerry Tieben.

 

David Roderick posted on 6/17/21

I remember Bob as a pleasant, stable presence in our gatherings. You'll be missed, Bob. My condolences to Patti and family.

 

Mary Woolsey posted on 6/17/21

Debra love and cared for everyone around her! I felt her sweet nature every time I saw her. My love and prayers for your family who will dearly miss you.

 

Lili Rezai posted on 6/17/21

My sincere condolences in passing of Bob. He was a great man, a gentle soul and will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you Patti and the rest of the family. Lots of kisses and hugs from Bellingham.

 

Amanda Lou Holt posted on 6/17/21

Debra was such a wonderful woman to my Mom and family when we meet her in Merkel TX. She really helped us feel at home. I met your Mom before I met you, Amanda. It was such a blessing to have known her. Peace and blessings to you and Jeremy (rest of family) during this time. ♥️🙏

 

Susan Yeager posted on 6/17/21

Debbie was a wonderful Mom, a great friend, and a blessed Christian woman ❤️ She was like a second Mom to me in High School. Amanda, some of my fondest memories were of our sleepovers and and the homemade pizzas she made for us! She loved us so well.

 

George Noory posted on 6/16/21

He was a great guest on my show...I'll miss him

 

George Noory posted on 6/16/21

He was a great guest on my show

 

Fam Weaver posted on 6/16/21

My deepest condolences for your loss family Felix. May Bob rest until the last day. DANIEL 12:13

 

Fam. Vega posted on 6/16/21

Rest peacefully mr. Danny. God says in John 5:28, 29 that better days are ahead for those asleep in death. Where you are is no pain and no activity. Only rest.

 

Roxanna and Doug Phillips posted on 6/16/21

I often think of our Fun times on our motorcycles and out on the lake With You and Paul.

 

 

KARAN Fisher McCuistion posted on 6/15/21

I'll miss you my sweet friend!! Love you!!

 

Lesa Kimbrow posted on 6/15/21

Dot.....youbwill be surely missed! We just messaged last week on FB. Just can't believe this. I know you are rejoicing in Heaven with the love of your life, your beautiful granddaughter and please give my loves a hug! We all love you!

 

Laquita Stone posted on 6/15/21

I am so sorry to hear about Betsy. Your family is very special to the Stone family. We had some fun times in New Jersey, Love and blessing to you

 

 

Bobbie Sue mccreight posted on 6/15/21

You were a light in the room always ❤️Your beautiful bright smile ❤️

 

Bobbie Sue mccreight posted on 6/15/21

I sure will miss you DOT you were always such a sweet soul and always treated me so good see you when I get to heaven ❤️

 

What a beautiful prayer warrior Miss Mary was. I know with all of my heart she is present with the Lord. The very place she’s lived her life to be.Donna McCall posted on 6/15/21

What a beautiful prayer warrior Miss Mary was. I know with all of my heart she is present with the Lord. The very place she’s lived her life to be.My heart goes out to Mary’s family and my prayers as well.

 

Mary Jane Mona posted on 6/15/21

A beautiful obituary for a beautiful, kind, warm, talented, smart, funny, fun, endlessly curious, endlessly learning, endlessly teaching, one-of-a-kind uncle. I see your bright smile flashed, and your unmistakeable giggle-laugh plays on. We are all uprooted by your loss, but united by you in love.

 

 

Michelle Dilluvio posted on 6/15/21

I did not have the chance to meet Dot but I do know she will be deeply missed and is deeply loved by many many people!!

 

Dede Patterson posted on 6/15/21

I love & miss you Dot ! Forever in my heart.

 

Pattie Felix posted on 6/15/21

Dearest Bob, You were the love of my life! Our coming together was the most gentle and naturally evolving experience a couple could have. We had seventeen wonderful years together. Our families blended together and expanded the love and support we felt. My heart is broken and as it starts to heal, I will continue to carry you there.

 

Susan Mona posted on 6/14/21

Bob, it's still hard to believe you are gone. You were always so full of life! When Joel and I came to visit you, right away you had me climb in your golf cart so excited to show me your new neighborhood. That was so fun! I love and miss you!

 

Sue Childs posted on 6/14/21

My condolences to Danny's daughters, grandchildren and his sister Tonya! I know all of you will miss him terribly. May you find comfort in the memories that you've shared. I am praying for God to ease the pain you feel with his passing.

 

Shiloh Meegon posted on 6/14/21

Love you

 

SHILOH M WOOD posted on 6/14/21

Love you

 

Danny Hayes posted on 6/13/21

Jack was a dear friend of mine and my wife for over 36 years, prayers for all Sprott family.

 

Sheryl Dudley posted on 6/13/21

It is impossible to express how important Sue was to me as a mentor, leader, and friend. I was blessed to call her all three over the last 40 years and am unable to wrap my head around the fact that I will not see her again in this lifetime. Just yesterday, I was watching the dog show and picked up my phone to text her, only to remember she is gone. She was one of those instant friends that immediately owned part of my heart and we had already planned to meet somewhere fun after September. I have so many wonderful memories that I will cherish: dancing around to ‘Sussudio’ (I always believed Phil Collins wrote it about her.); playing bridge with her and John; jumping on a hotel bed somewhere in Colorado and playing Pictionary in our kitchen with Billy Daniels and his wife. (You had to be at the last one to remember why it was SO memorable.) But, laughing… always laughing. She was incredibly intelligent, even though I could never convince her of that fact. Also, charming, witty, and beautiful with an unmatched sense of style. I used to tell her I wanted her to come dress me every morning. I am grateful I said much of this to her during those 40 years. It has broken my heart that she is gone, and we are both so sad for you, John, as we can’t imagine how hard it is to bear this grief. Know that we are always here for you. As I always said to Sue… ‘Anything, anytime. Just holler and we’ll be there.’ Love you both, Sheryl (and Roger of course)

 

Ara posted on 6/13/21

Rest peacefully mr. Joseph Isaiah 33:24

 

Ara posted on 6/13/21

Rest peacefully mr. Joseph ISAIAH 33:24

 

Fam Weaver posted on 6/13/21

My deepest sympathy to the family of Garland. May he rest peacefully. Isaiah 33:24

 

Eigbike Collins posted on 6/13/21

Rest in peace Sir, from all I heard about you, you were a good man. You touch my lives in so many ways. Rest on papa

 

Gina Melvin posted on 6/12/21

Our prayers and condolences to Sprott Family. It is an honor to serve you. Fly high, Jack!

 

Craig Young of the infamous FYB Hunting Club posted on 6/11/21

I met Jack when I became a member of the FYB Hunting Club in Carmona, TX. Jack was a great guy and always fun to talk with about hunting, growing up in Polk County, and lots of other topics. We always enjoyed his company around the fire pit. We will miss him greatly at the FYB and look forward to seeing him again in heaven.

 

Micky & Beth Shearon posted on 6/11/21

Garland was the baseball commissioner when our boys played baseball in the early 90’s. We called him “Moses”. He’s a very dear man and will be greatly missed. Evelyn, our prayers are with you and your family.

 

Kevin Jones posted on 6/10/21

I met Garland when we bought our house across the street. I would see him outside and yell across the street hey Garland how you doing. He would say back how are you. I will miss those times and our small chats as neighbors. God has gained a great man. He will be missed.

 

Bobbie Hendrix posted on 6/10/21

Brother Jay was like another dad to all of us Oak Trail kids and because of him our lives were brighter and he was always available if you needed to laugh, talk or just simply needed someone. What an amazing man I know he was greeted by all that went on before him and they are having an amazing reunion. Mrs A , Ken and David I love y’all and my thoughts and prayers are with you all

 

david r glasgow posted on 6/9/21

You can shed tears that she is gone Or you can smile because she has lived You can close your eyes and pray that she will come back Or you can open your eyes and see all that she has left Your heart can be empty because you can’t see her Or you can be full of the love that you shared You can turn your back on tomorrow and live yesterday Or you can be happy for tomorrow because of yesterday You can remember her and only that she is gone Or you can cherish her memory and let it live on You can cry and close your mind, be empty and turn your back Or you can do what she would want: smile, open your eyes, love and go on.

 

Rita Walters posted on 6/9/21

I met Garland McWilliams in 2014 he always had a great love for his dogs Brittan and Baxter Garland was a kind man and always had a kind word. You will be greatly missed

 

Jeanine Miller Crow posted on 6/9/21

So many good memories of you, Mom. Years of fond recollections come pouring through my heart, my favorite memories are always Christmas time. No one will ever come close to celebrating Christmas like you! I'll never forget the hours and days we spent together making Martha Washington candies, wrapping endless presents and decorating the house from top to bottom with holiday cheer. You'll be remembered well, and missed. ❤️

 

 

margaret m flowers posted on 6/9/21

Time can never fade the memories of you. You have touched our lives in so many ways it’s impossible to ever forget you

 

 

Susan Grimes. 💜 posted on 6/8/21

So sorry for your loss. The obituary didn't "read more" & I'm saddened that it happened here in Granbury where I now live. 🙏🙏🙏💜

 

Don & Shirley posted on 6/7/21

Our condolences from all The Bohne family, Uncle Bill will forever remain in our hearts. May you rest in peace and live on within our memories. Don & Shirley

 

Linda McCollum posted on 6/7/21

Oh how I love this beautiful picture of Jackie. Jackie and I met back in the early 90's in Montrose Colorado...we became good friends instantly. We stayed in touch all these years...I am so sad at her passing...so hard to loose a good friend...we talked on the phone a lot after we both went our separate ways from Montrose. I will miss her and her sweet memory will always stay with me...Linda McCollum

 

Louise Fulton posted on 6/7/21

Please pass this along to their Family Please REPORT A DEATH: AT&T Call Center 877-722-0020 to determine if Basic Life Insurance is paid out by AT&T upon the Employee’s OR Retiree’s death. Call the Call Center and they will work thru everything with you. Contact Fidelity as well on 800.835.5097

 

 

Tina Lowe posted on 6/6/21

Crystal and Rachelle and Billy I'm very sorry to hear about Twilla she was very sweet loving person. She love to work and enjoy her family when she had the time off. RIP Twilla

 

 

Karen Landers posted on 6/5/21

You were a gentleman, Brad,,, well liked by everyone who knew you. We will genyinely miss you.

 

Ara posted on 6/5/21

Rest for a short while Bradley. God has better plans for you. JOB 14:14, 15

 

tim brown posted on 6/4/21

Hi, we were having Christmas in 1974, while in sweetwater. We went for a horse ride with my grandfather, father, brad and myself. It was a cold day west texas day. We rode horses for a while and then later had our Christmas with the rest of the family.

 

Mary Sue Thomas posted on 6/4/21

Brad was our neighbor for 30+ Years. He and my husband spent many hours sitting on our porch talking about cars especially the old cars, the good old days and trying to solve problems of today. . If we needed help, he was there. He was a truly sweet good guy and he is missed every day. I constantly look over at his house expecting him to be driving by or coming to visit. Miss and live you so much, Brad! I know you are happy and well and at peace.

 

Kirk McDonald posted on 6/4/21

Sue was one of the most professional REALTORS and friends I ever knew, Such a sweet soul. She will truly be missed.

 

Mary Anne Walk posted on 6/4/21

I grew up in the business world with Sue. She was a great person, leader and a wonderful friend. We shared many happy times together. Sue hold a place in my heart. John, sending you love and condolences from Anders and me. Love, Mary Anne Walk

 

Stephanie Burch Jakes posted on 6/3/21

Mary and Charles, words cannot express my sadness. I wish I could give you both a hug. You know how much I loved her. I'm so grateful for the good memories... Colorado, The Harlem Globetrotters, being in Born on the 4th of July together, gardening with my parents... it goes on and on. I pray for strength, comfort and healing for you all. I especially know, having lost both my parents, what the kids must feel. And extra prayers for their beautiful souls. I love you all.

 

Duane Emig posted on 6/3/21

I met Dan & Laura at a campground at Gunnison, Co. 6-8 years ago. He was in his happy space. Always going fishing with his buddies and telling about it. Wonderful people to know. My memories and thoughts are with you Laura I'm so sorry I'll miss him.

 

Ara posted on 6/3/21

Ms. Mary was a great Lady and God noted her good deeds. May she rest peacefully. REVELATION 21:3, 4

 

Weaver Family posted on 6/3/21

Iris will always be in our hearts. JOB 14:14, 15

 

 

Thelma McWhorter posted on 6/2/21

Mary was my best friend since 1982. We had so many great memories that i will treasure. She will be dearly missed.

 

Toodles posted on 6/2/21

I love you momma. I hope you're surrounded by all your favorite things. You're my favorite person in the world and that won't EVER change. You're my guardian angel forever and this won't ever stop hurting. I love you momma

 

Robbin Griffith Clipson posted on 6/2/21

Love for a daughter can never be captured in words. The Joy and love which Jenn brought to her family will live on forever in the lives of those she loved. Surely goodness and mercy will follow her.

 

 

Renee Puskas posted on 6/2/21

I will always remember Kristin and the fun we had working as 14 yr olds at the snowcone stand. Kristen was much braver than I was when it came to loading the shaved ice machine and turning it on. She would turn it on and we would duck and run for cover, screaming, hoping the chunck of ice didn't fly off!! Lol. We would also try out new recepies and new flavors of snowcones when business was slow. Kristen loved to shop at North Hills Mall and I did too so we usually spent all of our hard earned money on clothes. One summer she came with me and my family to Denver to see my uncle and I was so glad to have my friend to hang out with! We took a long road trip one day and just went up somewhere high in the mountains to spend the day. We had a picnic and hiked and just hung out. Kristin was so much fun to hang out with, she just made things better. Even at 14 or 15, she had a kind heart and was just an old soul in many ways. I have awesome memories of her and even though it's been years, I grieve along with her parents, Charlie and Mary and the rest of her family. I know she gave her heart to the Lord at church and I believe she is in heaven with Jesus and at peace. I will just never forget Kristin and I'm thankful that I haf a chance to be her friend.

 

 

DEBBIE CANTWELL LANINGHAM posted on 6/2/21

THE LORD HAS A BETTER PLAN FOR HER.🌻🌼🌹🌼🌼🌼

 

Roberta Cordell posted on 6/2/21

We are keeping all of you in our prayers. Love from all of us.

 

Ryan Lemke posted on 6/2/21

I love you mom. Hope you have the biggest and most beautiful garden to tend to in heaven. It brings me peace knowing you are no longer suffering. Say hi to Papa, Nanny, and Chewy for me.

 

chelita posted on 6/2/21

Jennifer was still young and she will be dearly missed by many. For now she is in deep sleep. No suffering. JOB 14:13, 14

 

Ara posted on 6/2/21

Ms. Jackie is resting. She will be missed. Ecclesiastes 9:5

 

 

Milo & Tammy Mahan posted on 6/1/21

D was a beautiful woman, a wonderful seamstress and so full of life. Milo and I were so glad we had the opportunity to spend some special time with her since she arrived in Texas. Cheers D, we will miss you.

 

Shirley Pittman posted on 6/1/21

A beautiful, kind and caring friend. Rest In Peace Barbara.

 

 

Adam Walden posted on 6/1/21

I’ll miss Barbara dearly !! She was an awesome cousin to me and always so kind and sweet to me. Heaven just got a good one !!!

 

 

Adam Walden posted on 6/1/21

I’ll miss Barbara dearly. She was always so nice and kind to me and I loved her. A visit to Cousin Barbara was always exciting to me.

 

Roy Martilnez posted on 6/1/21

super nice lady and a good friend of ours !!! the world does not have enough nice persons like her !!!!! we will miss you !!! may GOD SPEED !! with love Roy and Lydia

 

Sara Hickman posted on 6/1/21

Mike we miss you , we missed you when you moved away and miss you even more that I know that we will never see you again. But you will always be in our heart. And I know you are in a better place no more pain & ALL of our LOVE

 

Erich Davis posted on 5/31/21

Love you Mom!

 

 

Crystal Olivarri posted on 5/31/21

My condolences

 

 

Marissa posted on 5/30/21

I love you

 

A.S. posted on 5/29/21

I know that I might rot in hell for this but I am so happy that he is gone. He can never hurt another little girl again. He was a true P.O.S. on earth. Maybe now I can find peace and he not enter my mind for the rest of my life.

 

Jim Noller posted on 5/28/21

Dan my dearest old high school friend we had a lot of fun in those early years! Fishing trips, dates in your mom’s new car, ditching school, etc. I will miss our telephone conversations remembering old times as resent as March. Rest on peace until we meet again! Jim

 

 

Beth Wood posted on 5/28/21

Uncle Bob, I will miss you and your stories about mom and dad. I loved hearing you banter with mom and I will always cherish the time we had together taking care of her. You are loved and will be greatly missed.

 

Frankie James Hunter posted on 5/27/21

I love you dad , one of your oldest sons Love Frankie

 

Frankie James Hunter posted on 5/27/21

I was born in 1967 and Dan was a great father to me . He taught me to be truthful and strong . We took many trips together ,and and participated in outdoor places of rec. Im going to miss him for he was a great father to me I love I will miss you and will never forget you until i stop living .

 

Fam Weaver posted on 5/27/21

Rest peacefully Luke. DANIEL 12:13

 

Linda McElroy Rusche posted on 5/26/21

I am so sorry about my good friends passing. We were friends at work and helped pick out Carolyn and Charlies last sons name that would start with a T. He had 3 names and then there was Troy. My heart hurts for all of the family. I will miss the Christmas cards and letter telling about what is going on in the family. I still remember the saddest one ever. I never throw away cards from anyone and I am happy about that. Sincerely with love to all. May God Bless and Comfort all of you. He loved his family with all his heart and will still be with you. This is what I believe.

 

Patti F Edwards posted on 5/26/21

Carolyn and family, I'm so sorry for your loss. Y'all are in my prayers.

 

Rick and Andrea posted on 5/26/21

Dan was a genuinely warm and caring being who was always looking out for others. His regular phone calls were always appreciated and enjoyed. His strong faith leaves us knowing he is at peace. We love you Dan and holding you in our hearts.

 

Gene Patterson posted on 5/26/21

Too short a time for a friendship that felt so special from the very beginning. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Laura and can only know that your faith is holding you tightly. 💞

 

JT and DK Morris posted on 5/26/21

So sorry to hear of Charles passing. Our prayers are with you.

 

Chis Bawcom posted on 5/25/21

Dan was always such a caring man and would want to make sure I got home from our community group meetings. He will be missed.

 

Julie (Jules) Cordell posted on 5/25/21

My Sincere Condolences for Your Loss, Sending Healing Prayers to the Family Rest In Peace Robert 👏

 

Ruby Nell Menees Knight posted on 5/25/21

I am shocked and so very sad to hear that my dear cousin, Dan, has passed away! I didn’t get to see him as much as I would have liked, but we did visit with phone calls. My heart aches for all the family. Much love to all!

 

Chuck hunter Jr posted on 5/25/21

Rip uncle Dan we love u very much gonna miss u

 

Chuck hunter Jr posted on 5/25/21

Rip uncle Dan we love u and gonna miss u very much

 

Bo and Elisha Drake posted on 5/25/21

Praying for all, sorry for your loss. 💔

 

Gary Betz posted on 5/24/21

John, I am sad you are gone but happy you are back with Johanna. Rest in peace Brother Knight.

 

 

JULIE ROGERS posted on 5/24/21

YOUR LOVE WILL BE YOUR LEGACY . I LOVE YOU!

 

Nancy Sawyer posted on 5/24/21

I worked with Bill @ Coldwell Banker here in Granbury and loved when he would come by the office to visit. I always knew when he would come to my office and have a seat that I was in for some interesting stories. He had many. Will miss him.

 

 

JB Mauney posted on 5/23/21

rest easy dale told me about you sucks to hear

 

Linda Mckesson posted on 5/19/21

I learned a lot from you Walt. Who knew when I walked in the door at Liberty Carton that I'd spend the next 15 years making boxes. I enjoyed our talks and seeing that gleem in your eyes as you spoke about your daughters and your wife, and how worried so over your brother. Peace now Walt.

 

 

Isabella zaragoza posted on 5/18/21

May your spirit rest in peace with God in heaven.

 

chelita posted on 5/18/21

RIP Roger. My condolences to his Family. God has him in peace - Ecclesiaates 9:5

 

Dianne Mercier posted on 5/17/21

My sincere condolences to all of Dean’s family! May God comfort you all.

 

Cheryl Anne Tidwell posted on 5/17/21

My Grandmother will be greatly missed.

 

Stephany Tidwell posted on 5/16/21

My Grandmother was a wonderful woman who loved her children, grandchildren and great grand children more than anything. She is now in a better place and joins her family that have gone before her.

 

Afa posted on 5/16/21

The world lost a good person. Teresa, rest peacefully until the last day when God will call your name - John 5:28, 29

 

cheo posted on 5/14/21

Rest peacefully Mr. John. ISAIAH 33:24

 

Janice Brown posted on 5/13/21

Had many fun times with Teresa and Wendi. We traveled all over with Gym/Kats Tumbling and trampoline. Lots of craziness, fun, and many great memories! We will be thinking of you, Ben, and your family with much love and prayer.

 

Sabrina Mayeaux posted on 5/11/21

You will always be loved and missed. Your at peace now with both mom and Pam.

 

Domenica Nicole Pardue-McCoy posted on 5/10/21

Grandmother, It is now May of 2021 and I think of you often. We very seldom spent time together but I don't feel distanced by that, probably because You always let me know that your love was with me and you always said to me "Grandmother loves you" I love you so much and I'm so thankful to still hear your voice when I think of you. I bet we are more alike than we knew and I often nowadays as I get older being a granma myself now, wish I did know. I love you.

 

TED "Cowboy" OATS posted on 5/10/21

Wood4 flew togeher in the 457th FS at CAFB TX. Great 'HANDS"

 

Rae Philpott posted on 5/9/21

Dear Linda. So sorry to hear of Bob’s death. We all used to have such fun together. We sure miss all those good times. Dean and I moved to Robson Ranch in Denton. It’s a retirement community. Hope all ur wonderful memories and ur faith sustain u. Love Rae and Dean

 

Fam. Weaver posted on 5/9/21

Condolences to the family of Kenneth. 2 Corinthians 1:3, 4

 

Fam. Vega posted on 5/9/21

You were loved warren, you were loved. God loves you. Isaiah 26:19

 

George Dubick posted on 5/9/21

Sorry to hear of Tom's passing. Tom was often my Delta copilot who was outstanding in every way I can think of, and an honor to have flown with.

 

S.w. posted on 5/9/21

Nema will always be in our hearts. God love her. Isaiah 33:24

 

S.w. posted on 5/9/21

Such a young lady Donna was. May her creator call her name in the Resurrection. John 5:28, 29

 

Brian Muirhead posted on 5/8/21

I first flew with Tom when I was a “new guy” flight engineer on the Boeing 727 at DFW. He was my First Officer and was very kind in explaining our Captain’s pet peeves and quirks. We enjoyed a lot of great layovers together. Of the thousands of guys I flew with over the course of my Delta career, Tom was one I always stopped and chatted with when we occasionally ran into each other passing through an airport or lately when we crossed paths in Granbury. I regret that we never became closer friends as I see in his obituary, we shared many of the same interests. I will miss just knowing that Tom is around. My heartfelt condolences to the family of this great guy.

 

Chad Mackert posted on 5/8/21

I will miss Tom very much. Tom was a great man and friend. I have too many memories to list here but I will cherish them all and remember how lucky I was to have known him. Condolences and love.

 

 

Laverne Gatton posted on 5/7/21

Ion will be missed. He was always so friendly and always had a welcoming smile. Sending prayers to his wife and family 🙏

 

Dianne Wallace posted on 5/7/21

Doug, my nephew, has always had a way of making people smile or laugh with no effort. Hie could say something that wouldn't necessarily be funny if someone else said it. He loved his family. We will miss him.

 

Gracie Smith posted on 5/7/21

Jordyn Placide is one of my best friends and I am so blessed that she introduced me to such an amazing human being. I always enjoyed being around Howard because he made me laugh constantly and we always had a great time together. Howard felt like a father figure to me because of the great advice and wisdom he would share with me every time I was with him. Howard was one of the most authentic and genuine people I knew and that is what I loved most about him. He was never afraid to tell you what he felt about a certain situation. My love and prayers go out to Kat, Jordyn, and the rest of the Placide family. Howard will always have a special place in my heart and I will remember him, always and forever. Love you all <3

 

Susan Haase posted on 5/7/21

I always enjoyed your visits to our park, you brought laughter and joy. I will always remember the special lunches we shared. I am glad our paths in this life crossed.

 

Michelle Jameson posted on 5/7/21

I was Doug’s wife and the mother to his children, daughter Callie and son Walker ( whom passed away in 2013). Doug was an amazing horseman and could make any horse look beautiful when he galloped them!! I will love him always!! He and Walker are probably talking football and playing video games in Heaven. I love you Doug!! Forever, Michelle Jameson

 

Ron and Georgette Recker posted on 5/7/21

JP was a kind, helpful, welcoming neighbor. We will miss him.

 

Tom and Gayle Rhines posted on 5/7/21

Since I first flew with Tom at Delta 25 years ago, (he was the first Captain I flew with), he has been a special friend of our family. Tom always took time to call when we hadn’t seen each other in awhile to see how our kids were doing and check up on Gayle. (He even loaned his kids 4-wheelers to ours to use when his were too big to ride them until his grandkids came along for them to ride!). Tom was truly a family man that cared about others as much as his own family. He will be missed by both Gayle and myself and our kids.

 

Carolyn Dugal Smith posted on 5/7/21

A. C., as he was called in the younger years, was a good brother-in-law to me. I have always thought of him as a brother. He came into my life in 1962.

 

Michael Jermain Crawford posted on 5/7/21

Howard was close friend growing up. He was one of the posse and the first of us to be eternal. Howard was always smiling and never down. That's how I remember him. This is extremely hard for me so I can't begin to imagine how it must be for his family. My sincere condolences go out to you. Howard was an old friend and good person. I will miss him.

 

Buddy Manning posted on 5/6/21

I got to know Howard when he came to work for me at Marathon Oil Co in south Texas. He was one of the most professional, polite and kind person I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. We had many talks about the Bible, our Lord and his savior Jesus Christ. He was dependable, honest and straight talking, you never had any doubt where he stood on an issue. He will be missed greatly.

 

Jandra Neeper posted on 5/6/21

Howard was a nice and kind person that I enjoyed working with. Thanks to the two of you, Kathryn for helping RMD employee's out with your time and teamwork. My condolences to the family. Peace be with you.

 

Tracy Whitt posted on 5/6/21

Howard and Haley are working out together. He was so sweet and special to my family love u Kat

 

Everette C. DeVAN Jr. posted on 5/6/21

I remember Howard when he was a little Boy growing up in Atwater Calif. near Castle AFB. I am very proud of his accomplishments and a man he grown up to be. Rest in Peace my little brother. Kathy and I want to express our condolence to his family, especially his mom Leota and Dad Larry. May God give you comfort during this time. God Bless you all!

 

 

Mr. and Mrs. David Ambrose of Pensacola, FL posted on 5/6/21

We know that Tom is now flying up high with Our Lord and Savior. We were blessed to have met him and Shelley. His love and admiration for Aviation will be felt across the skies. Will love, David and Theresa

 

Milo Bazan posted on 5/6/21

Sad to hear a good Friend and Patriot I've known since 1986 when we were flying Phantoms at the 301st FW/457th FS at Carswell/NAS Ft Worth. A Great Pilot that truly enjoyed flying and now you have earned the ultimate Wings! We also continued our great friendship while working at Lockheed supporting CATBird and the F-35 Program. I will truly miss you. God Bless you and your wonderful family!

 

Kurt Heunemann posted on 5/6/21

I had the privilege to work with Tom for many years. Without question one of the most talented and outstanding individuals I have ever known. No words will ever do justice to the impact that he has left on the people who knew him… ALWAYS had a smile on his face and NEVER met a stranger. With deepest sympathy to Tom’s family… the world is a smaller place without his presence - we are diminished. God Speed my friend.

 

 

RHONDA COMEAU posted on 5/5/21

Sending My Deepest Condolences To The Families! God Bless You All~Love & Blessings ♥️

 

steven jennings posted on 5/5/21

Tom was a man with many talents, a great friend to many, and a heart of gold. Flying west now with wings of an angel into the eternal sunset called heaven. But only Tom has afterburner because he installed it himself so he can go vertical, if needed. It was a privilege and honor to be a friend of such a great man. God speed, Tom!

 

Eliza Leota Placide posted on 5/5/21

My baby Howard was born on a Tuesday morning 0637, Mercy Hospital, Merced, CA. He was the only baby boy in the nursery surrounded by 6 little baby girls. My Howard was a peaceful loving little guy. I'm proud of the man he became. Love my Son...love Mom

 

Richard Copeland posted on 5/5/21

Tom was so much more than a flight instructor to me! He was a dear friend and mentor who taught me as much about life as he did flying. His calm demeanor and confidence inspiring attitude made me feel like I could learn anything if I set my mind to it. Tom taught me everything I know about flying. He took me from 0 hours through my PPL. Not long after, he taught me every aerobatic maneuver our Citabria is placarded for. I extend my deepest condolences to Shelley and family. Tom will be sorely missed by my family and neighborhood. Guys like Tom are one in a million - I consider myself blessed to have known him.

 

 

Rebecca Byers posted on 5/5/21

Rest In Peace Violet. I was blessed by your presence in my life even though our time spent together was brief. You made a difference, and you will be missed.

 

BARBARA WYLIE posted on 5/5/21

Howard's mom, is one of my dearest friends. I haven't seen Howard since his early teens but his sweet smile and beautiful big eyes haven't changed. God Bless and Peace to you family.

 

 

Rodney L. Tremont - Funeral Director posted on 5/5/21

Lifting the family up in my thoughts and prayers!

 

Curt Cavazos posted on 5/5/21

Tom was one of the most talented and humble aviators I have ever met. I will miss his wisdom and that confident smile. This world ain’t the same without him.

 

Louisa Cuadros posted on 5/5/21

My fondest memory of Howard was his beautiful eyes and smile as a child. The next time I got to see him was when he got stationed at Travis AFB, and came to spend the day with me. Son of my best friend, you were a kind soul, you will be missed dearly by all who loved you.

 

 

Deb Meadors posted on 5/5/21

I knew Howard through his Mother Eliza. She told me many stories. I know that he loved her very much and made her so proud when he married his lovely wife and they gave her their beautiful Daughters to love as well.

 

 

Julia Pannell posted on 5/4/21

I so remember what a gracious host Tom was in his home. How he loved the indoor-outdoor living and how he made us all feel so welcomed and at home. He had a great, big smile and eyes twinkled when he talked about his planes... Tom was blessed to find Shelley to walk through these final days of struggle and to have her hold on to him and love him through it all!

 

 

Scott Sprouse posted on 5/4/21

Always loving, caring, and fun to hang out with. You Howard are a great man and a genuine friend. Never ever once can a say I seen a bad side of you Howard, you my friend will be greatly missed. You better be there to meet me at those pearly gates, LOVE YOU BROTHER.

 

 

Tammy Jones posted on 5/4/21

Howard will be missed, I remember laughing every time I was around him! Rest In Peace my friend!

 

Cindy Pritchard posted on 5/3/21

J P loved country music. He would sit and listen for hours. We enjoyed working with him at Glen Rose rodeos. He will be missed.

 

Paula Hamm posted on 5/3/21

My heart breaks for the family. Praying for God's comfort at this time. "Palsm 61:2"

 

S.w. posted on 5/3/21

Acepten nuestras condolencias. ISAIAS 33:24

 

Weaver Family posted on 5/1/21

Mr. Joe Joe. You will definitely be missed. Loved by many and cherished by many more. RIP. Job 14:14,15

 

Bea Wilson posted on 5/1/21

Joe was a special neighbor while we were living in Arlington. My two sons thought he "hung the moon". I have the fondest of memories of Joe and will miss his constant smile while talking with him. He made our lives brighter when he was around.

 

S.w. posted on 5/1/21

Rest peacefully Redneck. People Loved you for sure. God loves you. Isaiah 33:24

 

cheo posted on 5/1/21

RiP mr. Archie. Your good deeds were noted. God will always keep you in his memory. JOB 14:14,15

 

S.w. posted on 5/1/21

Roger, you were a good man. May God remember you in the Resurrection. JOHN 5:28,29

 

 

Shawn Allen posted on 5/1/21

Having cook outs and hunting together and all the things we did together when I was younger

 

Weaver Family posted on 5/1/21

This world has lost a good guy. RIP kevin. Isaiah 33:24

 

 

Daphne Walcott-Sherring posted on 4/30/21

I love you sweet cousin Linda. We prayed we laughed and shared our love for Jesus.❤️Until we meet again at the gates.

 

Bea Wilson posted on 4/30/21

Joe was an incredible neighbor while living in Arlington. He often fixed my sons toys, wagon and took time to talk kid stuff with them. One of my sons even thought Joe might be his dad because he fixed stuff for them. We often laughed about that! Joe was always a joy to know and he will be missed by all of his work friends.

 

[email protected] posted on 4/30/21

Joe was a great guy. Always friendly at the entrance. RIP, Joe. U were much loved

 

Sam Laden posted on 4/30/21

Joe made everyone’s day start off with a smile. A role model for everyone.

 

Rodlyn Mazoch posted on 4/30/21

We are so sorry for your loss, Edie. I know you will have many fond memories of him in your heart. Rodlyn & James

 

Onetta Hamilton Roebuck posted on 4/30/21

Sending my condolences to the family. Archie Jr was a wonderful man and I have many fond memories together of him with his East Texas family. He will be missed.

 

 

Zoe Kent posted on 4/30/21

Autry was one of my residents that I took care of at Waterview . He was very stubborn and set in his ways, if it wasn't done right he would sure tell you. He was such an astonishing man I enjoyed talking to him everyday that I went into work. He would tell me all kinds of stories about his childhood, his wife and family! One of the thigs he told me everyday was that he would put my boyfriend in his place if he ever did anything to make me mad or Autry mad. I mention this because it showed me how caring he was about not only me but the things going on in my life. At night before I got him ready for bed we would play trashcan games or just sit and talk about anything and everything. He would show me pictures and talk about what his life was like in those moments. Friday's we would take our guess on who would win the game that was playing over the weekend ( of course his was always Baylor ) and Monday when I'd come in he would tell me about the game and who won. He had a huge impact on me and I will always cherish the time I got to spend with him. I will miss him and I will always have him and his wonderful family in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Carolyn Lamppa posted on 4/29/21

Sincere condolences to Edie and family. My late husband and I met Archie through Edie and will always remember good times in Minnesota. He was a good man. So sorry for your loss. RIP Archie.

 

Dirk Hamilton posted on 4/29/21

Dad, you did a good job with us! I should have said that a long time ago

 

Ruth A Lukkari posted on 4/29/21

I did not personally know you but from reading about you I can tell you were a kind person and did great things in life and gave yourself to others...and no one can ask for more than that from anyone. God took your hand and said come with me and I promise you no more pain....rest in peace my good man.

 

Patti posted on 4/29/21

Our deepest sympathies, Edie, to you and your family. Archie's was such a wonderful person! Hugs and prayers, Frank and Patti Locascio

 

Jim thiry posted on 4/29/21

Roger you will be missed at breakfast on Friday mornings.

 

Shane Smith “Beyers” posted on 4/28/21

First memory of Kevin was when we first moved to Springtown and one day we heard this truck haulin ass up the road and two guys yelling.Kevin and Jermey Sanders was in a pick up truck with like a 50’ rope tided to the back of it and what ever road kill they found that day pulling it across town.when they flew past the driveway the smile on those two faces while yelling just made my day.the good time that they was having that day was every day with Kevin.he always had a big smile on his face.almost like he was guilty of something.probly was at times.love you brother and thanks for the memories.

 

Shana Newsome posted on 4/28/21

Kevin was a good friend of my son, Shawn Noe, growing up. He was a wonderful kid. To the Campbell family, I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers for all.

 

 

Sharon Suratt Cegiel posted on 4/28/21

We loved Kevin, he came to our home many times with Clint. May he be at peace in our lord Jehovah God.

 

Anita Murdock posted on 4/28/21

I’m so sorry for your loss. Such a hard part of life. May your wonderful memories always be held close to your heart.

 

Tom & Sandy Woodling posted on 4/27/21

Bob, you will be missed , what a great people guy with a wonderful a sense of humor. . Linda , we pray for you and your family in this time of sorrow , May God bless you and the rest of the Dauber family in this time of need..

 

Jim and Rita Murphy posted on 4/27/21

We send our condolences to Linda and the family. We have many good times with Bob and Linda. Bob and I went to the Masters with 2 other guys in 2015. We had an extraordinary time and made some wonderful memories. We have had fun since then reminiscing about that trip. He will be missed. RIP Bob, buddy.

 

cheo posted on 4/27/21

Rest peacefully Autry. JOB 14:14,15

 

Darla Brown posted on 4/26/21

Aunt Jene was a very special lady. I always loved our visits. She was a spunky lady. Two weeks before she passed my sister and I got to spend a wonderful day with her. We took her to get her hair cut and styled, went to her favorite restaurant, Garcia's for lunch and even stopped for an ice cream cone on the way home. She will forever be in my heart. I will truly miss her.

 

Darla Brown posted on 4/26/21

Aunt Jene will be forever missed. I have memories from my childhood until her passing. She was a spunky lady. She always spoke her mind. I always looked forward to visiting her. Two weeks before her passing my sister and I got to spend an amazing day with her. We took her to Granbury to get her hair cut and styled, went to her favorite place to eat, Garcia's We even got ice cream on the way home. I will always cherish that day.

 

 

Brenda Fowler posted on 4/26/21

Aunt Jene helped me so much when her sister my mom passed away . I will miss her so much . I told her to give my mom a big hug from me . Till we meet again . I love you

 

Pam Carter posted on 4/25/21

What a beautiful tribute to a man who lived a meaningful life. Family Love throughout his life.

 

 

Jennie Pair posted on 4/25/21

I met Jene as the step-mother to my neighbor John Patella soon after I moved into the neighborhood. We soon became friends as she and John were quite close and visited often. She depended on him, and he was quite attentive to her needs. She was a delightful lady, giving of herself as well, bringing gifts to me she thought I wanted or needed-a bird feeder, bird seed, even a corkscrew! My favorite memory was when we celebrated her 97th birthday and she treated John, Brenda, Connie, and myself to a trip to WinStar in Oklahoma. (Photo submitted) The Covid experience, of course, brought an end to our association, but I won’t soon forget her beautiful blue eyes and wonderful smile. God bless you, Jene!

 

 

Dawna Hacker posted on 4/25/21

I loved how you were always telling stories of the boys as they were growing up and your love for them and “Coco”.

 

 

Carrie Hamilton posted on 4/24/21

Miss you dearly mom. And love u always.

 

 

Jayne Lewallen posted on 4/24/21

Bill was a great neighbor & my grand kids will always remember being at his house.... We will sure miss you Bill, my you Rest In Peace

 

Paula Sheppard Hamm posted on 4/24/21

Jean was such a good friend to my mother. May God's peace comfort you.

 

Weavers posted on 4/24/21

Olajene is at peace. No suffering. Tranquility at last. May God always remember her - Job 14:14,15

 

C.w. posted on 4/24/21

Rest in peace Linda. JOB 14:14,15

 

Weaver Family posted on 4/24/21

Gone too soon ms. Carrie. Rest peacefully. John 5:28,29

 

cheo posted on 4/24/21

So sorry about Larry. Big loss of a kind human. May he rest peacefully. Revelation 21:3,4

 

Vicki S Bailey posted on 4/23/21

My heart goes out to Jennifer and her children. Also for Tyler's family and Jennifer's family. I pray that God will bring you comfort and peace through the coming days 💔

 

Race Harrell posted on 4/23/21

our Hearts and Prayers go out to Tyler's family. We were fortunate enough to have known him for a short period, but we are lucky enough, to see the beauty he created for us, for a lifetime. He will never be forgotten. A True friend.

 

Alan T Sheppard posted on 4/23/21

To Fred and family: I have so many wonderful memories growing up around your mom and dad. Praying for comfort and peace that only His Spirit can give.

 

David Meaney posted on 4/23/21

Rest In Peace old friend! I will always have memories of our time together in VP-92. Thank you for being my son’s Godfather and for being my friend.

 

Jon, Jancie, Ruby, Henry, Evie Joy and Elsie Hills posted on 4/22/21

Our hearts are broken for the Moore family. We send our love and prayers to Jennifer and those precious kiddos. So thankful for eternity but until then Tyler will be greatly missed.

 

Jessica Bauder posted on 4/22/21

Condolences 💐 to the Carnes Family. Barney was always so kind and so easy to talk to.

 

Ashley Westbrook posted on 4/22/21

My heartfelt condolences to The family and friends of Tyler, we never spoke but I always admired his love for his family.

 

 

Robert and Maria Rice posted on 4/22/21

We mourn the loss of a great man and send condolences to his family

 

Ryan Buck posted on 4/22/21

Tyler was a faithful friend, loving husband and father, and a man of faith. He was generous with his time to both his community and his boys. I miss him and can't wait to see him again.

 

Larry Cremean posted on 4/22/21

Our hearts go out to the entire Moore Family. We are praying for all of you. The Cremean Family

 

Michael Lee posted on 4/21/21

Tyler was loved by all within the Moore family. He will be greatly, greatly missed. His passing has touched everyone who has known him.

 

Bob and Cindy posted on 4/21/21

A good friend. Lots of good memories with Jim and Virginia. Jim loved music and his musician friends.

 

Ara posted on 4/21/21

Jim was a good man and God noted all his good deeds. Rest in peace Jim. ISAIAH 33:24

 

Weaver Family posted on 4/21/21

Rest peacefully mr. Bill, may God keep you forever in his memory - JOB 14:14,15

 

debbiewallace posted on 4/20/21

So sorry for your loss of your dad my prayers with all his family

 

Weaver Family posted on 4/20/21

So sorry Kenny. You left too young. May the good Lord bring you back in the Resurrection mentioned in JOHN 5:28,29. For now, rest peacefully.

 

Connie Reiman posted on 4/18/21

Brad and Caren ... I’m not sure where to begin. Brad was such a gentleman in every way. He loved the songs BABE RUN and TROUBADOUR by George Strait. I only knew Brad for a short while, what he loved most was Caren! When I think of his love for her, I think of yellow roses. Caren is the most beautiful sweet person. She cared for Brad as much and more than humanly possible. He was so lucky to have a wonderful wife and life with her. It is so sad to see a good man leave us, but all memories of him is a treasure. REST IN PEACE BRAD❤️

 

Lisa Cravey Carey posted on 4/18/21

Brad was such a nice guy. He always had a ready smile for anyone at school and he was such a sportsman. He assisted all around him during sports and was always willing to help others. Brad was a true example of good sportsmanship and all round good person. Prayers to all of you his family and I’m honored to have known. Him.

 

 

Lisa Cravet Carey posted on 4/17/21

Brad was such a sweet friend. He always was positive and had a ready smile for all of us at school. He urged others on with sports and had a way of including all students he participated with. He was a true sportsman and friend. My hugs, prayers and deepest love to all of the family with his passing.

 

Stan and Margaret McBroom posted on 4/17/21

We always admired Frank, and I had the privilege to work for him for a few years. He was more than a great banker, he was a great man.

 

Jon McEvers posted on 4/16/21

My wife Erin and I lived in Midland for a few years in the early 2000’s. I worked with Brad on a number of projects together for a private Oil & Gas company. Brad taught me quite a bit and set me on my way to my current career path. Caren welcomed Erin & I into their home and I saw a snapshot of Jennifer growing up at 9-10 years old and Whitney was still in High School. Brad & Caren have always had a special place in my heart.

 

Shelli Briggs posted on 4/16/21

Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. I know how much Drake and Devin loved their dad and this breaks my heart for you all. Please let me know if there is anything I can do for you.

 

Mark and Pam Steele posted on 4/16/21

Frank was married to my cousin, Sandra. I have known him all of my life. Jason was the ring bearer in our wedding. We loved Frank. He was a kind man of faith and intelligence. We will miss him, but feel comfort knowing the joy of the reunion in heaven today with Sandra and Jason.

 

Mark and Pam Steele posted on 4/16/21

We loved Frank. His wife, Sandra, was my cousin. Frank was always so kind and gentlemanly to all of the large, extended family. He was a man of great intelligence and gladly shared his expertise with others. We will miss him, but we know that the reunion in heaven with Sandra and Jason is very sweet today.

 

Brenda Guill posted on 4/16/21

Brad was such a nice man! Great husband to Caren and wonderful father and grandfather to his girls! I’m so sorry for your loss. God bless you and comfort you in the days, months and years to come

 

Todd snd Sue Gibson posted on 4/16/21

Frank served in more than one state boards of bankers. He worked diligently to serve others not only in Granbury but across the state. He had an impressive presence yet was so very kind.

 

 

Susan Swick posted on 4/15/21

The absolute glow on your momma's face when she told me she was having a baby! Nothing compares to that. I could feel her heart breaking when Jesus took you home sweet angel. Now you get to be Mommy's guardian angel. R.I.P. Lil guy

 

 

Robin Greer posted on 4/15/21

DB stepped in after my Daddy passed away. I could not of asked for a better friend.

 

Earline Beck posted on 4/15/21

To a great son inlaw . A man that loved all his family .He took his responsibility like a real man .Love and miss him.

 

 

Jessica fager posted on 4/15/21

Thank you for being the best step dad and grandpa! You will be truly missed! We love you Gran-Happy!!

 

Carol Jury posted on 4/15/21

Im so sorry for yals lose may he rest in peace with family.The angels no what thy have.Fly high hun. Love Aunt Carol

 

Suanna posted on 4/15/21

Thank you, Phillip, for many happy memories shared together in our family during our childhood. You were so much fun, and so was Stephenville.

 

Jane Crosswhite posted on 4/15/21

Max was one of my wonderful brothers. We were 16 months apart and were very close my entire life. He was my hero. Called me “baby doll” (in our younger years!!!). Being from a very close family of eight children was special to all of us. Max was the third child. He was so protective and giving to all of his siblings. A wonderful brother. Will be missed so very much. We just know he’s celebrating with a multitude of family and friends who went before him. I get peace knowing he’s in a better place and is no longer suffering. Miss you so much Max. Thanks for all you have done for me and so many others. Love and miss you so much.

 

John Frank Hinrichs Jr. posted on 4/15/21

My cousin listened thoughtfully and then responded with positive insights. My aunt would start laughing as soon as he entered the room. He was special.

 

 

Adrienne Altwein Searles posted on 4/14/21

School days remembered. Ted was a good guy and friend. So many years gone by.

 

 

LINDSEY N WILLIAMS posted on 4/14/21

Sending healing thoughts to a beautiful family during such a heartbreaking time.

 

John Frank Hinrichs Je. posted on 4/14/21

My first cousin was the greatest raconteur and lover of people, and absolute joy to be around.

 

Charlie Pomykal posted on 4/14/21

Max was a comfort to be around. He raised two amazing sons who I have admired since our fun begun at The University of Oklahoma in the early 90’s. His legacy lives on though his family and friends. May Max be skiing the heavenly clouds above and always be with those he loves, forever and ever, amen.

 

 

Stephanie (Henson) Roberts posted on 4/14/21

Uncle Max will be remembered just as he is pictured here. I always remember him with a smile. I remember him as a big joker. He always had a hug to give. His presence will be missed dearly but his light shines on through those who loved him. I like to say that we hurt big because we love big in our Craig family. My prayers go out to all my family and his friends that will continue to miss Uncle Max and his smile!!

 

Fred and Mary Daniels posted on 4/14/21

Kevin, Angie, Kylan and Declan, We are so sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers Love you.

 

Gisu Jung posted on 4/14/21

I am deeply sadden by your loss. Although no words can help you ease the pain right now, please accept my condolences. May Jehova Shalom Peace of God be with your family.

 

Gisu Jung posted on 4/14/21

I am deeply sadden by your loss. Although no words can help you ease the pain right now, please accept my condolences. May Jehova Shalom Peace of God be with your family.

 

donna m dunning posted on 4/14/21

Mike became a close friend to myself and my husband these last couple of years. Even though we did not him a long time, we felt we knew him all our life and he will greatly missed and never forgotten.

 

 

Ian Clute posted on 4/14/21

The gatherings, the concerts, the Mavs game, the sitting around the fires, and more...... You had such a kind heart and could make anyone smile. I got you to secretly love the Buffalo Bills and loved being able to be a fan with you; you will forever hold a spot in my heart. I love you brother and I will look forward to watching the Cowboys with you up in Heaven.

 

Jim vaden posted on 4/13/21

So sorry for your loss. Wish I had known all of you better. Thinking of you all.

 

Jeannie Sanborn posted on 4/12/21

With deepest sympathy in the loss of Chase. He will always live on in your memories..

 

 

Robert and Bonita velasco posted on 4/12/21

Uncle Robert and I loved him with al our hearts. Will miss him and seeing his adventures. Love you Chase.

 

Sang Moon posted on 4/12/21

I met Chase when he was a teenager. We didn't spend much time together but I know he was a very loved son, brother and friend. Words seem inadequate to express the sorrow felt by the loss of Chase. My heart is with you.

 

Richard E. Witkovski posted on 4/12/21

About 6 years ago I had the good fortune to cross pathes with Mike and Julie at our Radio Stations in Bay City, Texas. They were a perfect team to help us with the developement of our stations and it did not take me long to realize the their skills and dedication to Local Radio deserved them to having their own station. I pointed to KOME and the rest was History. Mike fell in love with Texas and in a short time he had the station billing up and changed formats. It is unusual to fine a person with the skills and the dedication required to make a local Radio station into a regional giant. Mike did just that i the first year and added another FM to increase the footprint of KOME. He and Julie together got involved in the Comminities the stations served and they made a real impact in the market place. Mike was more than a great Broadcaster but became a great friend. I have always said ( A friend you a present you give yourself and Mike was my present to me.) He will be greatly missed by the advertising community he served and loved. Richard Witkovski owner of North Texas Radio GroupDallas, Texas. 🎚🇺🇸📻🎤🎙🎧🔊. NO GOD. NO LOVE. KNOW GOD KNOW LOVE

 

 

Linda Dean Miley posted on 4/12/21

Dave, you were a wonderful husband, grandfather and just an amazing man. You will be missed, but I know we will see you soon. Love you Linda

 

Fredda Janet Arney posted on 4/11/21

The best carrot cake recipe I've ever had came from Fran. She could cook. She enjoyed life.

 

Wayne Worthington posted on 4/10/21

Scottie was my neighbor, and really helped me out at a time when I really needed it. I really enjoyed hanging out with him, and his unexpected loss has left a void in my heart. Scottie, I'll drink a cold one for you, to celebrate your journey to a better place.

 

Weaver Family posted on 4/10/21

May your Creator call your name in the Rrsurrection Maxx - JOB 14:14,15

 

Weaver Family posted on 4/10/21

Rest peacefully Dave. JOB 14:14,15

 

Andrew and Deborah Ottaway posted on 4/9/21

Andrew and I are sitting here with tears remembering Dave and all the crazy fun times we had. Remembering how Dave and Sue both loved our boys, remembering all the laughs we had, remembering time spent together. Dave was one of a kind. Never, ever old- always loving Sue and loving what he was doing. I see his face. I hear his laugh. We all met taking square dance lessons in 1987 and never knew we would be lifetime friends, travel together, and laugh so much it hurt. My heart is with Sue. Loved Dave. Love Sue. Love all the memories we have flooding back right now. 💗

 

James & Carolyn Cusack posted on 4/9/21

Rest safely in the Arms of Jesus. GOD Bless you, my brother.

 

Cierra posted on 4/9/21

She is at peace, now. May we meet again.

 

Kelley Reed posted on 4/9/21

Praying for everyone

 

Randy and Betty Ruth McAnally posted on 4/9/21

Mike was a Kermit High School classmate! We graduated together in 1969. Mike was an amazing friend! He was kind and caring to all! He had an infectious smile that brightened our lives! He was a super athlete, musician, and wonderful human being! We were so glad to see him at the 50th reunion. We all had a memorable time!! He will definitely be missed but never forgotten! Rest in Peace

 

Gil Miller posted on 4/9/21

Alice, Brittany, & Dakota, thank you for the opportunity to dial into yesterday's memorial service. If I wasn't limping with a walker from knee surgery, Cheryl and I would have joined you in person. Your husband and father was an amazing man who will never be forgotten. The best way I can express what he meant to me and so many others is this portion of the remarks from his retirement ceremony following a distinguished and remarkable career. "But all of those events only marked the year in which Master Chief Eggert began his remarkable career. When most people retire, their departure is similar to your footprints in the sand at the water’s edge on a beach. Shortly after your departure, they’re filled back in, most of the traces washed away. Not so easy with this guy. I have been very fortunate to cross paths with him several times over the years, and I became very familiar with his professional reputation. Pretty hard NOT to know who he was. Ron spent time underway with VFA-203 onboard KENNEDY, STENNIS, and EISENHOWER during the same timeframe that I flew helicopters with HSL-48 on those same ships during their attached squadrons’ transitions from H-3s to H-60s. Ron was a boot chief when he transitioned to C-130s a year-and-a-half before I did. On 9/11, he was able to see the Pentagon burning from the top of his C-130 hangar at Andrews AFB and I was in New Orleans, flying C-130s at Belle Chasse. We would routinely stop at Andrews AFB for fuel and maintenance assistance. Ron’s squadron, VR-53 had an amazing reputation for operational and maintenance superiority…and generally, just being really squared away - and if you’re familiar with Ron’s career, you know that every command in which he served – EXCELLED. He transferred to Electronic Attack Squadron 209, a squadron that shared my hangar when I flew G-IVs with VR-48. Another kick-ass squadron in which he led the command to success. He served as the Senior Enlisted Leader at VR-1, THE HIGHEST visibility squadron in the entire Navy, which transports the Secretary of the Navy, the Chief and Vice Chief of Naval Operations, The Commandant and Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps, Fleet Forces Command, the 4-star Director of Navy Nuclear Propulsion, and congressional delegations. There are 10,000 ways to screw that up every day, but the squadron thrived during his tenure. Ron Eggert returned to 209 to serve as Command Master Chief and to guide two deployments to Afghanistan. I was the Executive Officer of the squadron at the southern end of his hangar during that time, and when I checked onboard, I saw Ron Eggert’s name on one of the squadron’s doors and asked my skipper how 209 was doing. Commander JK Mitchell said, that squadron Rocks, you don’t have to worry about them. After that tour in DC, Ron reported to The Fleet Logistics Support Wing, which is headquartered here on NAS JRB, as their Command Master Chief. I’d served at the Wing as the C-130 evaluator and model manager, and for those of you who don’t know, at that time, the Wing had 15 aircraft squadrons, nearly 60 aircraft, two executive transport detachments in Hawaii and Sicily, and 4000 sailors scattered around the world. What could possibly go wrong there? But once again, the entire Wing thrived, thanks to his leadership, his guidance, his calming influence, his remarkable judgment, his patience and tact (refined over the years), and his sense of HUMOR. And then, he reported aboard as the Command Master Chief of this entire installation. Nearly 11000 Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Marines, and National Guardsmen. Herding the Joint cats, speaking all those different languages and navigating all of those diverse service cultures, and enabling dozens of dynamic missions. He understands our responsibilities better than anyone, grasps the importance of our community engagement, and our support to veterans and retirees. In so many ways, Ron Eggert was this Command’s first line of defense. I trust his judgment implicitly and his advice and recommendations never let this command down. In a job like this, you don’t have a whole lot of confidants. Nobody really wants to be your confidant, because it’s a tremendous burden. I have just a few confidants, people not afraid to tell you when you’re out-to-lunch and who will quietly listen when you just want to unload. I’m married to one of my confidants, and Ron Eggert is another. Serving with Ron Eggert gives everyone around him confidence. If Ron believes in the mission, EVERYBODY believes in the mission. His Goat Lockers, his sailors, his maintenance crews and tiger teams, his staffs, all would have eagerly followed him to the gates of Hell if he told us it was high time we kicked the Devil’s ass. Master Chief Eggert worked very hard to achieve balance in his life. He understands priorities – that is one topic on which I should have listened more to you, by the way. Whenever Ron would either 1) describe spending time with Alice, Dakota, and Brittany… or 2) when he was blasting out of the office to spend time with them, his eyes would light right up and that was the only time I would ever see him drop focus on the Navy. One night when we were working late, we had a talk about priorities and balance, and I mentioned that in 25 years of my own service, I had never, ever gotten the balance right, that I had always put the Navy ahead of my family and I regretted that I hadn’t done a better job at that. He didn’t skip a beat and just, kind of matter of factly said, “you generally don’t get to these positions by putting your family ahead of the Navy very often…but you can get that right in your next career.” It was kind of like an order. Once again, it confirmed that my CMC – gets it. They say that serving in the military is a young person’s occupation. High energy and a fresh perspective are demanded with each new set of orders, but even after 30 years of distinguished service, Ron Eggert can still run most of us into the ground. Those who have served alongside him, under his leadership, accomplished the mission under his watchful eye, where he gave you just enough rope so you didn’t kill yourself or anyone else but really learn your own limitations, you’re well aware that serving with Ron Eggert is the U.S. Navy equivalent to the Sports Illustrated magazine cover curse. ‘Cause once you’ve served with Ron Eggert, it’s pretty much downhill from there. He sets the bar extremely high. Once you have experienced the leadership, the honor, courage, and commitment to others that is Ron Eggert, the best everyone else can ever hope for is second place. Thanks a lot, Ron, you ruined it for all the rest of us. He’s as good as it gets and he will be missed. Master Chief, thank you for the honor of sending you ashore for the last time."

 

John & Ona Pruitt posted on 4/9/21

John & I loved Dave so much. John admired Dave and always said he was his mentor. We enjoyed our times together with questions and answers about ostrich. Enjoyed having famly dinners together and playing cards. Dave will be missed but we know he is at rest at last. We will see him again someday.

 

Selester Haralson posted on 4/9/21

I will be Praying for the family an Jenni he was my children father John Garvin best friend ever since we been in Texas. My Prayers are with the family

 

Win Parr posted on 4/8/21

I worked with Duane for many years! Great young man!

 

Neeley and Velda Keith posted on 4/8/21

So Sorry to hear of Mike's passing. He was a friend who we will miss. His sweet nature and infectious smile will be remembered

 

 

Pamela and Eddie Elmore posted on 4/8/21

Sending prayers for you and the whole family! Love y’all!!

 

 

Craig & Pat Blevins posted on 4/8/21

Many prayers!

 

Misty Henline posted on 4/8/21

Hey Becca , this is not supposed too be this way . You was my aunt and I love and miss ya so much . Rest easy in the arms of the angels where u are free and no more worries !

 

Debbie and David Gandy posted on 4/8/21

Jenni, we have always loved you like a daughter and our hearts are breaking for you and your precious family. We are sending prayers along with our prayers.

 

Bob Martin posted on 4/8/21

Fair winds with following seas shipmate.

 

Bobbi Lindsey posted on 4/8/21

Fran was a bright light in this world for sure.She had grace and kindness and she will be missed.

 

Vic Tornero posted on 4/8/21

Rest In Peace Brother. My condolences to the Eggert family..... thoughts and prayers. Stand at ease Brother. You have fought the fight. You have kept the faith. You have finish the race. God Speed........Fair Winds and Following Seas.

 

Lynn Yinger posted on 4/8/21

Class....Class....Class. Always a sweet smile and a kind word. We will miss you .

 

Nora Griffin posted on 4/8/21

Jenni, Our hearts cry out for the loss of Duane, he was such a sweet and great guy. I pray for peace and comfort for you, family and friends in the days to come. Just know that we love you and we'll surely miss Duane.

 

Rocky Griffin posted on 4/8/21

Jenni I am so sorry to hear love you both and still hard to believe I always had fun with him and our hot fudge shakes I will miss him.

 

Cheo posted on 4/8/21

Rest peacefully Ricky JOB 14:14,15

 

Weaver Family posted on 4/8/21

Susan has entered in a peaceful rest. God has her in his memory - ISAIAH 33:24

 

Weavers posted on 4/8/21

Condolences to the Carlisle family. Duane was so young and has entered in a Rest for now. No suffering. ISAIAH 26:19

 

 

Michelle Dilluvio posted on 4/8/21

I am so sorry for y'all loss! Prayers to the family!

 

Sarah Benedict posted on 4/7/21

My Best Friend. My Everything. I will be in Heaven one day. Cant wait to see you.

 

Jane Stout Mulligan posted on 4/7/21

Susan, So very sorry to read of your husband’s passing.

 

Rhonda Hoener posted on 4/7/21

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. We loved Karen so much. She will be greatly missed by many. I hope you find comfort in knowing she is with her Lord and Laura. Love and hugs to Bob, Willie, Adena, Lauren and Kristen. With condolences, Dean and Rhonda

 

Mandy Bass posted on 4/7/21

Jenni, my heart breaks for your loss. I’m praying for you and all your family and friends. Love from South Carolina.

 

Robbie Holtzinger posted on 4/7/21

So sorry for your loss may the Lord bless you and take Duane home.

 

 

Kayla Rotan posted on 4/7/21

Sorry for your loss

 

Kay Leslie posted on 4/7/21

Ron was a blessing to our family! We will miss you! We cherish the laughter to brought to Alice and our family!❤️

 

Toni Harris posted on 4/7/21

Susan, sincere condolences to you and the family at this tender time. Helen posted the sad news on the GHS group FB.

 

Ron Harlow posted on 4/7/21

He also has a stepsister Tammy Harlow White and Elaine, Bobby, Terry or as some people say Teresa and Ronnie rummel

 

Debbie Chapman posted on 4/7/21

So sorry for the loss of a super sweet, funny and tender hearted woman. Memories will forever be remembered of the good times we had raising our children. Rest in peace my sweet friend. Prayers for the family

 

Shelli Moury Covell posted on 4/7/21

Teresa and a shared a birthday, along with another classmate, Randy. The three of us were birthday buddies all through school and we lost him recently as well. Teresa always lit up the room with her smile and happy personality. The world is a sadder place without her in it. RIP my friend.

 

 

Tammy White posted on 4/7/21

Rest with the Angels my dear brother.

 

Edwina Whatley posted on 4/7/21

She was my sister and we had our problems but I loved her and will miss her more than anyone will know. She would make me mad one minute and make me laugh in another minute love you and miss you forever

 

Weaver Family posted on 4/7/21

Ms. Allen, rest peacefully. Your creator has you in his memory - ACTS 25:14

 

Weavers posted on 4/7/21

Mr. William, rest peacefully. ISAIAH 33:24

 

cheo posted on 4/7/21

Rest peacefully curtis JOB 14:14,15

 

 

Jim Kuykendall posted on 4/6/21

May peace be yours throughout eternity.

 

John and Sara Langston posted on 4/6/21

John and I are so saddened to learn of Aunt Virginia’s passing. She had such a delightful personality and we always have had such lovely memories of her at family reunions. The years marched on but she never changed and seemingly did not age! Please accept our sincere condolences.

 

 

Courtney Williams posted on 4/6/21

Aunt Fran I will always remember you as the Hat Lady. She always rocked her style and I loved it. I know you and all our family are shining down on us everyday. God bless you.

 

Kimberly Daniels posted on 4/6/21

Heaven gained a precious angel in Fran, she was one of the sweetest souls I have ever met. You will certainly be missed here on earth, Fran!

 

Sharon Schooley posted on 4/6/21

My husband, Bill (her nephew) and I called her “Aunt Bootsie”. We can’t begin to explain the extent of our love & appreciation for her. I never knew Bills mom who died before we married but “Aunt Bootsie” became that mother in law to me. Always loved our visits to Texas, visiting us in LA, keeping in touch always. So hospitable to us, caring about all in our lives. And we loved being with cousins Freddie, Herman, Judy and their families We are so sad not to be able to be at her burial due to serious physical problems. We greatly mourn & will always be thankful for her in our life.

 

 

Bobbie Casey posted on 4/6/21

Thinking of you on this day. Happy birthday brother. Love and miss you!

 

chelita posted on 4/6/21

Rest peacefully Hat Lady. ACTS 24:15

 

Tiff posted on 4/5/21

Its been 3 years now and i can honestly say there isnt a day i dont think about you.... I love you lonnie.... Wesley misses you so much.... Were not the same without you. We've become completely new people... You probably wouldnt even recognize us... We love you. Always and forever.... Good bye. Fly high love

 

MARIA WINONA MOLINA DASALLA posted on 4/5/21

I was 21 years old the last time I saw my cousin Ronnie and his wife Johnnie was when my mother Ora Maxine Couch Molina (54yrs old) passed away. I was 21yrs old. we had just united with us. At that time Ronnie and Johnnie were living in Canoga Park, Ca a The most I remember about Ronnie is his sweet kindness and his height. He was strong when I wasn't, thank you cousin Ronald Wade Couch.

 

Mick Tims posted on 4/5/21

Jerry was my boss in Wichita, KS He was not only my boss, but a great friend & mentor. Jerry was generous, compassionate & fun. Prior to moving to Wichita, Mary & I began the dreaded task of house hunting, & Jerry offered to take our two young boys fishing for a day so we could concentrate on buying a house. It was probably not Jerry's best fishing day (picture two boys, 13 & 15, on a boat) but the boys, now in their early fifties, fondly remember the experience. Jerry furnished everything, of course, including a well rounded mix of candy bars & soft drinks. Jerry also had a way with words. He & I were working on funding a capitol improvement project at one of our facilities for safety reasons, & were having a difficult time getting approval. One day, after a frustrating, nearly useless meeting, Jerry commented that getting funding from the Company higher ups was like giving birth to a cactus! The comment naturally dissolved the frustration. I love Jerry, enjoyed working for him, & will miss him very much.

 

Steve Berry posted on 4/5/21

JC is a great man and will be missed by so many. He was truly a servant of his lord, his community and his family. He ministered in so many ways to all of us. He loved Granbury, Hood County, his military friends and his country. RIP JC

 

Thomas gunner Cason posted on 4/5/21

im his son and i loved every moment with my dad

 

Shawn Kemp posted on 4/5/21

Grandpa, thank you for all you have done for our family. You where always kind and grateful . I thank you for mentoring me over the years, you have helped make me into the man I am today. I wish we had one more day to grill a steak, take a fishing trip or go hunt at Flint Oak. I set hear in your desk writing this, I already miss you so much! I will always love you Grandpa, thanks for be so much to me.

 

Shawn Kemp posted on 4/5/21

Grandpa, thank you for all that you did for our family. You where always kind and grateful, providing your wisdom and grace to us all. I thank you for the mentoring you provided me, you helped shape me into the man that I am today. I just wish we had one more day to grill a steak, take a fishing trip or go hunt at Flint Oak. As I set here at your desk, I already miss you so much! I will always love you.

 

Jim Kuykendall posted on 4/5/21

Jerry, your teaching and mentoring are an inspiration that altered my entire career. Matt 8:13 Jesus said, "go thy way: and as thou has believed, so let it be done unto thee".

 

Kelly Hopper posted on 4/5/21

I am so very sorry to hear this news. Prayer for you all during this difficult time .

 

Sue Lynn Pierce posted on 4/5/21

Virginia was a beautiful lady inside and out. She was so much fun to be around. She kept us laughing at the Courtyards. Holly and I will always remember the late night that Virginia was getting ready for a party and the laughter we shared when she found out there wasn't one.I loved Virginia like she was my own grandmother. She will be greatly missed.

 

Holly Youngblood posted on 4/5/21

You will be greatly missed little momma. I am so glad I got to take care of you. It was my pleasure. Go fly high and watch over them girls and grandkids. I love u.

 

Chiquila Shaw posted on 4/5/21

I had the pleasure of working with Michael at Texas811. He was always kind. He was a Great Man. Sending prayers to the family.

 

P.K. Nabours posted on 4/5/21

Aunt Irene you always left me with a smile. Your flair for life is definitely something I hope to copy. Hug Uncle Floyd and the rest of the family for me.

 

Ron Simpson posted on 4/4/21

Rest in peace my good friend and luncheon buddy, you are going to be sorely missed.

 

 

Dena Hurtado posted on 4/3/21

I LOVE YOU MOM!!!!! I MISS YOU SO MUCH!!!!

 

cheo posted on 4/3/21

Rest peacefully mr. Jerry JOB 14:14,15

 

 

Linda Hammond posted on 4/3/21

God bless you all I will Miss Gloria beautiful Smile and kindness 💔🙏

 

Shannah Griffin posted on 4/3/21

Sorry for loss prayers for peace and comfort .

 

Fam. Weaver posted on 4/3/21

So sorry for your loss family Abrego. May Gloria rest peacefully until God recalls her in the nearing Resurrection. God is Love and will make things better. ACTS 24:15

 

Deb Scott posted on 4/3/21

My thoughts and prayers go out to Shana and Tara and their families. Teresa was a bright light in my life and will always be in my heart. Rest in Peace, my friend. ♥️

 

Pami & Russ Boozer posted on 4/3/21

A PRAYER FOR MICHAEL I pray you rest in peace And I pray you feel the love I pray we’ll forever feel your presence As you shine down from above ~ I pray that you see you are surrounded by friends and family And I pray they find peace & comfort With every precious memory ~ I pray these memories will help them through each and every day And I pray this for every single person you have touched along the way ~ I pray there will soon be smiles Shining through the tears As we celebrate YOU And all the love throughout the years ~ I pray we can all comfort each other Through the sorrow and the pain And I pray we all see your rainbow After each and every rain ~ I pray this prayer sincerely For your sister and your brother And an extra special prayer for your Daddy and your mother ~ You will be forever in their hearts Forever their pride and joy Their sweet Michael Iroku Their special angel boy ~ I pray your light will continue to shine For the whole wide world to see And I thank you for the light that you have shined on me by: pami boozer 04-02-2021

 

chelita posted on 4/3/21

Condolences to the family of Mike. To loose a young and beautiful soul like him is a huge loss. May God call his name in the Resurrection - JOB 14:14,15

 

Anna Gibson posted on 4/3/21

Ron & I met at Naval Air Station Atlanta, where we were both initiated into our first Chiefs Mess. He was a Team Player from day one and loved the Navy so much! A Great Shipmate, Father, & Loyal Friend, to be sure. He and I followed on to VR-53 at Naval Air Facility Washington where one again he demonstrated all of the qualities of a wonderful man. His service went beyond expectations and for that, we are all grateful, and humbled! His short tour on this earth is NOT limited by his great impact he had on thousands of people! He'll be sorely missed and I am greatly saddened to usher off another great Shipmate, much too early, to the heavens! Fair Winds & Following Seas, Ron!

 

Eric Mann posted on 4/3/21

A fast smile and good memories. Gone to quickly. Prayers brother.

 

 

Bernadine Graves posted on 4/2/21

Lighting this candle for you. gloria

 

Chris DeGothseir posted on 4/2/21

Ron has touched the lives of so many families and veterans across America, and is solely responsible for so much good in this word it is truly amazing. So many family and Sailors lives have been touched and better by his leadership, there are no words that can say how amazing he was! Thank you for all that you have done Ron, Love Ya Brother!

 

Russ & Pami Boozer posted on 4/2/21

A PRAYER FOR MICHAEL I pray you rest in peace And I pray you feel the love I pray we’ll forever feel your presence As you shine down from above ~ I pray that you see you are surrounded by friends and family And I pray they find peace & comfort With every precious memory ~ I pray these memories will help them through each and every day And I pray this for every single person you have touched along the way ~ I pray there will soon be smiles Shining through the tears As we celebrate YOU And all the love throughout the years I pray we can all comfort each other Through the sorrow and the pain And I pray we all see your rainbow After each and every rain ~ I pray this prayer sincerely For your sister and your brother And an extra special prayer for your Daddy and your mother ~ You will be forever in their hearts Forever their pride and joy Their sweet Michael Iroku Their special angel boy ~ I pray your light will continue to shine For the whole wide world to see And I thank you for the light that you have shined on me by: pami boozer 04-02-2021

 

William Savage posted on 4/2/21

It was a pleasure to have worked with you and for you. Praying for the family at their time of loss. Rest in Peace " We Have The Watch".

 

John Reynolds posted on 4/2/21

Ron was a great mentor and friend. He was funny, intelligent, forward thinking and truly loved the Navy and his Sailors. I remember the first time that I met him at FLSW in Fort Worth and immediately knew he was sincere, kind and genuine. I will miss you my friend.

 

Colleen Schreiber posted on 4/2/21

Lighting this Candle for you Gloria. Rest in peaces.

 

Terry Owens (AZCM Retired) posted on 4/2/21

My deepest condolences to the Eggert family. Ron was a great Leader and Mentor, his legacy lives on in all of us who had the privilege to serve with him! May he Rest In Peace! You will be forever in our hearts and memories Shipmate!

 

 

Colleen Schreiber posted on 4/2/21

Lighting this Candle for you Gloria. Rest in peace.

 

Guy Carlton posted on 4/2/21

Too many great memories of this man to share. I will cherish the memories I have; the long runs together, the Bourbon Street Pirates, and talks of hockey. I miss you friend

 

Mary Sue Thomas posted on 4/2/21

I first met and became friends with Michael in 2006-2007. I loved his wit, his smile and the respect he showed all of the customers at Granbury Drug. He always made me feel special. After he left for school and when he would show up at the pharmacy, they would call me to come over not telling me who was there. He ALWAYS acted like he was happy to see me and I would get another wonderful hug. He will be missed. Heartfelt condolences to the family and friends. My heart aches for all of you. TO MICHAEL: I will always remember you and I am so glad I got to work with you watch and you grow into a sweet, compassionate young man. Watch over us and I pray you are cracking jokes with your Uncle Willie and making wonderful music. 💔

 

Scott Dougherty posted on 4/2/21

I’m so sorry for the loss of your sweet Michael. He was one of my first true friends after high school. Before that, friends were mainly due to proxy. Michael was my first chosen friend. He helped me grow into a better person and showed me so much beauty in music and film that still shapes my taste and perception in everything. He was also my first roommate during college. I remember when our parents left us at our new apartment I cried alone in my room. He opened the door and told me something witty, and somehow convinced me to longboard with him down our new street. We went home and made me ice cream for dinner, which he jokingly assured me is what adults actually had for dinner every night. He helped me feel liberated and ready for the real world. Without him I would be a different person, and I’m eternally grateful for his positive, warm, and nurturing effect on my life. I’ll miss driving around with him late at night, listening to music, and sitting by the pool talking until the sun crept up on us. Rest easy Michael.

 

 

Shelleen Horkey posted on 4/2/21

Special candle is for Gloria...

 

Mary Helen Strain Smart posted on 4/2/21

It’s so hard to write down in words at a time like this. When Bit, Becky & family moved back to Granbury I would run in to Michael from time to time. He always gave me a hug. He was sweet, kind, considerate & funny. Bit & Becky named Michael after my brother Mike, I was so proud. I’m sure they are in heaven playing guitars together loving their eternal life. Words cannot express my sorrow for the family. Please know you are in my prayers and my love to you all.

 

victor jamison posted on 4/2/21

master chief you be miss love serving under you

 

Jeannie Lee posted on 4/2/21

We are so sorry for your loss. I realize no words can comfort or help during this time. I just pray for the Lords peace and comfort that passes all understanding. The Lord loves you all and want the best for you all. I pray you feel his love during this time. Your friends at Vintage Roads

 

Sonya Brown posted on 4/2/21

Papa used to come to my house every morning and drink coffee and visit, he loves smoking his cigars and he always wore his white hat, love you and miss you always papa

 

Howard and Donna Daniel posted on 4/2/21

Alice, please accept our deepest condolences and prayers for you and the family during this time. God Bless

 

Deon Gaines posted on 4/2/21

So very sorry for the loss of Ron. He was a great man and even better friend. His presence will be missed. My condolences to the family.

 

 

Liz Cox posted on 4/2/21

This man will be greatly missed by all. Prayers for comfort.

 

Chris Lawrence posted on 4/2/21

Ron, I knew you a short time during CPO initiation in 2004. You made a huge impact on me and I fondly remember what a great Chief and instant friend. Rest In Peace shipmate, Rest In Peace.

 

Kevin McQuillen posted on 4/1/21

Friendship transcends death. Memories made will never be forgotten and created a lasting impression on those they left behind. Everyone became a better person for having Ron as such a wonderful friend. I am better for knowing you, better for having met you. May you be as blessed in the next life, my friend, as I was in this one by knowing you. You were loved and will be missed greatly Ron. My condolences to you Alice and the rest of the family. May God rest your soul Ron it was a beautiful one. Give my Dad a hug for me up in Heaven.

 

Dale and Maria Rennaker posted on 4/1/21

Becky, Bit, Garrett, and Deana - We are so sorry to hear about Michael, we have such sweet memories of him from the old neighborhood in Vancouver. Lucky us for knowing such an amazing soul. He will be remembered always. Keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers and sending you so much love. Dale and Maria Rennaker

 

Laurel Morolt posted on 4/1/21

Father God, in the name of Jesus. Thank You for this time, the privilege to honor You by writing to my dear ohana. To Bit and Becky, Garry, and Deana, our hearts and spirits is with you all my ohana, the “Strain gang”. There’s no time or distance in the spiritual realm as we pray for peace and comfort of God’s love and hand over y’all. His spiritual protection, Spiritual provisions, and Spiritual blessings over y’all. No weapon formed against you shall prosper. It’s the Morolt’s, your cousins Laurel (Laurie), Ethonne, and Lauren (Kanoe) and the first memory of Mikey comes to mind as he was around 4 or 5 years old when I use to babysit the Strain keikis at their Kapahulu home on Oahu. It was just as Garry wrote, I remember the cape, and I remember his unique language and voice he used to chatter throughout the house as he zoomed through the rooms and hallways and outside in the backyard, with so much vigor. I just knew there was something special to connect with him and each of the Strain keikis. We had something in common, Mikey and I were the middle child. The Strain home was a blessing for me at that time in my life. They showed me how a loving family is formed and lived out by just being in their presence. I pray and thank God that my cousin Mikey is rejoicing in Heaven, dancing, praising our faithful God, in Jesus name. I pray for peace and love that continue to surrounds our precious ohana in Texas. Much love to cousins Bit, Becky, Garry, and Deana. Love from your ohana in Hawaii. “Blessed are those who mourn, For they shall be comforted.” ‭‭Matthew‬ ‭5:4‬ ‭NKJV‬‬ “He heals the brokenhearted And binds up their wounds.” ‭‭Psalms‬ ‭147:3‬ ‭NKJV‬‬ “The LORD is near to those who have a broken heart, And saves such as have a contrite spirit.” ‭‭Psalms‬ ‭34:18‬ ‭NKJV‬‬ By faith, I know he is truly flying with angels, doing the good work in his spirit form. Eternal life means life has not ended, it is just beginning. A hui hou, until we meet again Mikey!!! Love your ohana, The Morolt’s (Ethonne, Laurie, and Lauren (Kanoe)

 

Alan Henson posted on 4/1/21

You were the Best of the Best, thank you for always having my back. RIP my brother

 

 

Stephanie Rosas posted on 4/1/21

My sweet beautiful Michael, so many things left unsaid that I wish I would’ve told you. You were too good for this realm. I love you friend and I hope to see you in my dreams.

 

 

Brent Merriman posted on 4/1/21

I miss you so much my beautiful Angel 💔

 

 

Courtney (Kayl) Barber posted on 4/1/21

Deepest sympathy for Jessie’s family

 

 

Aly Matthews posted on 3/31/21

I loved her as my second mother I remember how thoughtful and sweet she always was no matter what she was truly an amazing person . My thoughts and prayers are with her and her family

 

Joseph Williams posted on 3/30/21

Man I just found out recently. Dang Ryan I'm going to miss you man you were an awesome coworker. Prayers for his family

 

Lynna J Lobstein posted on 3/30/21

Janice... So sorry for your loss. I remember your mom as being a sweet lady.

 

 

Lynna Shook Lobstein posted on 3/30/21

Janice- happened across this from granbury. So sorry for your loss. Always remember your mom as bei g such a nice lady.

 

Lynna Shook Lobstein posted on 3/30/21

Janice- happened across this from granbury. So sorry for your loss.

 

Lynna Shook Lobstein posted on 3/30/21

Janice- Happened to see this from granbury. So sorry for your loss.

 

Paula Hickman Bucher posted on 3/30/21

So sorry to hear about Dana's passing. We spent a fantastic year as roommates at Texas Woman's University.

 

Paula Hickman Bucher posted on 3/30/21

So sorry to hear about the passing of Dana. She may not of mentioned this but we spent a fantastic year as roommates at Texas Woman's University.

 

Terry L. Yarbrough posted on 3/29/21

Irene you were always a precious lady full of energy and love. I enjoyed our visits and you shopping in Brazos River Trading Company. Linda and Trudy my thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

 

Stacy Tatum posted on 3/29/21

Miss you my good friend. Sending prayers and hugs to Steve and your brother's and their families.

 

Stacy Tatum posted on 3/29/21

Hi, I remember the first time I met Dana. I'm her good friend. We worked together at Hobby Lobby in Stafford. We became really good friends. I can't believe you are gone. Sending prayers and hugs to the walker and Grace families.

 

 

Tracy Fischer posted on 3/29/21

We will miss you!!! Thanks for being my best hair stylist EVER. LIFE OF MY HAIR WILL SUCK 👅

 

Tracy Fischer posted on 3/29/21

I love you as a mother an sister and the super best friend you are.I will take over the roll of Captain in Nerf Gun for you. So if I fail. Let me know

 

Tracy Fischer posted on 3/29/21

I love you momma/best friend/sister. Thank you for ALL OF OUR MEMORIES. I LOVE YOUR FEET. YOUR THE BEST MOMMA EVER! Ill take over your roll as Captain in nerf gun with Gabriel. 💜💜💜

 

 

Rana Benitez posted on 3/28/21

I went to school with Victor and have know him and his family for many years. Victor was a great guy. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 

Aw posted on 3/27/21

Condolences to the family of Mike. May he rest peacefully. ISAIAH 33:24

 

Aw posted on 3/27/21

So sorry for your loss. Larry will be truly missed. God has him in his memory. Revelation 21:3-4

 

Kate (Salsman) O’Shaughnessy posted on 3/27/21

Deep sympathies to Troy’s family and friends. He was my parents neighbor for many years and our family always enjoyed his company and friendship. Our thoughts and prayers are with you!

 

Mandy Post (Niece) posted on 3/27/21

We loved Unkie, and we know he loved us. We have bookshelves in our home that he helped build and will be a reminder of him. Our kids talked about his funny duck noise he always made and how he would stop us and ask how we were doing every time we saw him. He really wanted to know. It wasn’t just an empty question. He will be missed, and we are praying for everyone as we grieve.

 

Nila Odom posted on 3/26/21

While Larry and I disagreed about many things, there is one thing we deeply shared; our love and devotion to my sister, Jois and our family. He will truly be missed by many.

 

Charlene dunlap posted on 3/26/21

Gran....you treated me like I was a part....noone ever did that before...but.your kids ... To me...you and pop...just such a fabulous couple...when he looked at you...or you him.....lord knows.....we all wanted....what yall had for 75 yrs... I remember one of.my first times st grandbury.....many yrs ago....you just smiled at me.....i told you I really loved joe....you hugged me and smiled....i love you gran....my love and prayers for pop.....and all the family.....cause GRAN ROCKED...

 

Charlene dunlap posted on 3/26/21

Gran.....you accepted me with open arms.....i will never forget....your voice....your beautiful smile.... You made me feel loved....in a way I never have.....just like your kids have.....i am so lucky to have known your family....love you gran....r.i.p. loving woman .....char

 

Donnie Hart posted on 3/26/21

I served with Troy on Dist 11 softball board. It was a joy to serve with him. We spent numerous hours on softball fields and going to a number of ASA softball conferences. Troy always had a smile on his face. And though we haven’t been in touch for a while, I’ll never forget the good times we spent together. He will be missed. Rest In Peace my old friend. My condolences go out to the family,

 

Brad Golden, Nephew posted on 3/26/21

Unkie Monkey, as he was referred to growing up. Every time he saw me or we spoke on the phone over the 45 years he always started with Bradley Scott. I will miss his voice and his laugh.

 

Tammie 😢 posted on 3/26/21

Oh my dear granny, you were such a sweet, kind and beautiful person. I miss you terribly. May you Rest In Peace. ❤️

 

 

The Kevin Moore Family posted on 3/26/21

Sherry was such a fun-loving person who always made you feel welcome in her presence. Sherry was a caring and kind person. We shared some wonderful memories with Sherry & Ed over the years. Heaven has gained another angel. Rest In Peace, Sherry

 

Priscilla Mercado posted on 3/26/21

My brother how I miss you beyond measure. You did not live the life God had made for you. He wanted you to be surrounded by those who would love, respect, and treat you the way you treated everyone. You are now safe, no more worries or hurtful words and actions. I can only pray that everyone will donate to a worthy cause www.missiongranbury.org Victor, we will be your voice.

 

Amy Porter posted on 3/25/21

My heart is broken. The world is darker without her. My Grandmother was the sweetest, kindest, most gracious person I've ever known. Anyone who knew her, loved her. I, simply adored her, and will miss her terribly, but she suffers no more. For that, I am thankful. My Granny was a very special lady and I will miss everything about her! My heart is broken.

 

 

Shelly D Camp posted on 3/25/21

GRANNY I WILL FOREVER REMEMBER YOUR GENTLE TOUCH AND UNCONDITIONAL LOVE. YOU HAVE ALWAYS SHOWN ME AND YOUR SWEETNNESS & KINDNESS YOU HAVE SHOWN ALL THATS UN MATCHED U ARE TRUE THROUGH AND THROUGH. ABSOLUTELY A ONE OF A KIND!.....I WILL ALWAYS MISS YOUR SMILE, LAUGH , WISDOM, PASSION AN PATIENTS. I WILL REALLY MISS THE LIGHT YOU'VE SHINED IN MY LIFE !!! I.LOVE YOU GRANNY AND I WILL SEE YOU AGAIN ! I LOVE YOU ALWAYS & FOREVER💖

 

 

Randy & Marinelle Szenasy posted on 3/25/21

Eddy - Remembering you and your family in both thought and prayer

 

Bill Reeves posted on 3/25/21

Not a day goes by that I don't think about the Chuckster. We're talking about trying to get the Stone Hill Band up and running again and just don't know we'll do it without our fearless leader. God Bless.

 

willow martin posted on 3/25/21

You always remembered me.....

 

 

Amanda Martin posted on 3/25/21

I know you'll be visiting me often, so I better get to tuning my guitar now.....😊 The Lord has gained back one of the most BEAUTIFUL angels he's ever created, We are most certainly going to miss you, .till we meet again my BEAUTIFUL friend. ...we'll keep the music playing.. sincerely, 2 Greatly Blessed friends Willow and Trish

 

Oscar Rodriguez posted on 3/25/21

You will forever be missed Uncle Victor.

 

 

Susan Cannon posted on 3/24/21

Michael and I really enjoyed our visit when we were there together with Diane. . Hugs and prayers for you all.

 

Peter Roberts posted on 3/24/21

My heart felt condolences on your loss. I miss my dad everyday. You know how to find me if you need something...

 

 

Becky Porter Ramey posted on 3/24/21

You will never be forgotten. Miss you already.

 

John Kennedy posted on 3/24/21

Condolences to the family. Troy was a baseball teammate through little league and high school.

 

Michelle L Westbrook posted on 3/24/21

72 yrs I can only IMAGINE... I just want to thank You for teaching me.... Life is not easy but u go with the flow... And thank you for MANY BREAKFAST before school, Because my Daddy was already headed to work... My momma would have done it ( He wouldn't let her) But you were my 2nd momma I love & miss you 4 ever

 

Jo Ann cotten posted on 3/24/21

Troy helped my son several times move me and the last time he said mom were not moving you anymore and laughed he was a great guy

 

De (Kettelhut) Benson posted on 3/24/21

She was a sweet neighbor for a number of years in the 70’s

 

De (Kettelhut) Benson posted on 3/24/21

We were neighbors for a number of years on Indian Hills Dr. Her and her husband and were a very sweet couple . My children and some of theirs were playmates and have stayed in touched through the years . I was saddened to hear of her passing.

 

Roger & Ann Wrenn posted on 3/24/21

Thinking of the Goetz at this time and have all in our prayers. God bless.

 

Karen Atkinson Kegley posted on 3/24/21

Sweet Andrea, so many precious memories at your house throughout the years! Today we celebrate your birthday and all the memories. Till we meet again!

 

Harriett Conditt posted on 3/24/21

Mary Francis, I am so sorry. Loosing a loved one is so difficult. My prayer is for your comfort. We had some good time together..

 

Weavers posted on 3/24/21

God has you in his memory Sherry and will remember you in the Resurrection. JOHN 5:28,29

 

Ara posted on 3/24/21

Rest in peace mr. Rick Isaiah 33:24, John 5:28-29

 

Richard Bradford posted on 3/23/21

Good man!!!! A giving and contented man. AND, A GREAT ENCOURAGER!!! Remembering many wonderful days together. Lifting up the family tonight!!!

 

Evan Brooks, Shannon Brooks, and Wyatt and Georgia posted on 3/23/21

Gaylan was such a great uncle. I will miss him. Our prayers are with Mary Frances, his kids and the grandchildren and great-grandkids. Gaylan was always in the middle of our "chicken fights" in swimming pools with Seth, Theron, and Doug. A great joke-teller and so much fun to be around.

 

Glen and Paula Chick posted on 3/23/21

Victor and A+ is who we’ve used to move us many times. He was a true gentleman and our friend. Our condolences to his family.

 

Cissy Poston posted on 3/23/21

Andrea, we had so many precious memories, will certainly miss you. I know you were welcomed in heaven by so many family members. Love you!

 

Gary Broadus posted on 3/23/21

Victor and A+Movers moved used several times and was such a nice and caring person who will be greatly missed.

 

James Fisher posted on 3/23/21

Gaylan will be missed my so many. Enjoyed our visits setting on front porch and catching up with family and what was going on in our community.

 

Ara posted on 3/22/21

Rest in peace Gaylan. Ecclesiastes 9:5 says you are resting. No suffering. You will never be forgotten.

 

 

Deborah Banks posted on 3/22/21

RIP Uncle Bob

 

Edwin and Juvene Rentfrow posted on 3/21/21

Lynn and Bud, please accept our sincere condolence for the passing of Sandy. When we think of him we always remember you telling us a ladder was leaning against the house and he used that ladder to climb on the roof. We don't remember how you got him done, but with great caution and a lot of prayers we are sure. God Bless you and all of your family. We love you, Ed and Juvene

 

Jack & Jackie Wise posted on 3/21/21

We are so sorry for your loss. Your family is in our prayers

 

S.w. posted on 3/21/21

Deepest condolences to the Family of Robert. Ecclesiaates 9:5 God says that he is in deep sleep. Praying for his family.

 

Cheo posted on 3/21/21

Sleep in peace Dale. God has better plans ahead - Job 14:14,15

 

Rae Ann Haney posted on 3/21/21

I'm so sorry for your loss. I have great memories from his time at Diamond Oaks he will never be forgotten

 

Charlene Fortney posted on 3/21/21

Condolences to DustyClark and family

 

Clairessa Diane posted on 3/20/21

You were my favorite Uncle, and I will miss you until we meet again. I love you

 

Nancy Williams posted on 3/20/21

May your family cherish the many wonderful memories shared.

 

Taffee Becker posted on 3/20/21

Kim, your mother sounds like she was a wonderful woman! Indeed she must've to have raised such a thoughtful caring daughter like you. Sorry at her passing. Thankfully you will meet again in a joyous reunion in the eternities beyond. May the Lord bless you and your family with peace at this time. Taffee Becker

 

 

Sherry & George Singleton posted on 3/20/21

Deepest Sympathy, Love & Prayers , George & Sherry Singleton Granbury , Texas

 

Jannette tancak posted on 3/20/21

Dave is a wonderful person. He always had a smile on his face. He’s fun to be around with. He’s very accommodating and generous. Dan and I will miss him a lot. Rest In Peace Dave.

 

 

Jannette tancak posted on 3/20/21

Memory of Dave

 

Cynthia Harrison posted on 3/19/21

Victor my dear younger brother you are all those things Wiley's so eloquently put all true. Sweet kind man you did deserve to be treated better in this life. You will be sorely missed love you God bless.

 

Charlene Gebhardt Fortney posted on 3/19/21

Darlene was a good friend and cousin, we will miss her

 

Joy Deane Pfizenmaier posted on 3/19/21

So sorry to hear of Darlene's passing. She was a good friend, during our Green High School years. Sending sympathy to Dusty, her sister Lou, & family. .

 

 

Madonna & Rick Andrews posted on 3/19/21

A neighbor, a friend, and a brother in Christ will be sorely missed. We spent many years worshiping together at Lake Granbury Christian Temple. Seeing Robert and Betty every day at Pam's Too Restaurant, they never failed to ask about my mom after my dad went to be with the Lord last July. Robert always took good care of Betty and she of him. Their marriage, no doubt blessed, was and is an inspiration to many who know them. Godspeed Robert, we will see you up yonder.

 

Kay Caldwell posted on 3/19/21

Lynn was so sweet. A great wife and Mother. I remember when I lost my baby girl at birth over 40 years ago that Lynn wrote me the most compassionate letter . She really wrote from the heart and with the Holy Spirit showing through. It helped me get through that time of heartbreak and grief. She was always giving snd loving and was a true, wonderful servant of God. God’s speed on your journey in the hear after. My love and prayers for her friends and family. 💜

 

Michael and Cindy Manning posted on 3/19/21

Dee has been a great neighbor for 25 years. We enjoyed lots of dinners together at both of our homes, even some fantastic fish fries at our house. She will be greatly missed. Couldn't have better friend and neighbor.

 

Riley McCampbell posted on 3/19/21

Floyd was a client of mine, one of my absolute favorite clients. He was such a sweet (and very stubborn) man, wouldn’t have had him any other way. He loved his 3 daughters & grandchildren so much, they were always his favorite topic of conversation. He made such an imprint on my heart, and my salon will never be the same without his visits. He would stop in just to mess with me and the girls here in between his hair appointments. We enjoyed all of his stories, and learned lots of things from him. I sure hate knowing that he is gone, but I know it was a beautiful day up there reuniting with his family that went before him. May he Rest In Peace, I’m sure going to miss him.

 

Freddy and Kathy El Chami posted on 3/19/21

Sending out prayers and healing peace to the entire Taylor family .

 

 

Freddy and Kathy Elchami posted on 3/19/21

Sending prayers to the Taylor family at their time of loss. My God grant you all peace and healing .

 

Karen Davis posted on 3/18/21

Prayers and much love to you in the loss of your sweet mom.

 

Linda Ostrander posted on 3/18/21

I just found out about my dear sweet friend Mr Storey. I just cried and cried. He came and spent many a day eating lunch at the Pecan Coffee Shop. I so enjoyed talking to him. I had worried that he was sick because he didn’t come by to pick up his cereal from Costco. I will miss him. I’m so sorry for your loss.

 

Pat Swisher posted on 3/18/21

My prayers are with Andrea's family and other friends. I met Andrea in 2003 when she became a Realtor at Coldwell Banker United. We were Co-workers and friends til recent retirement for us both..

 

Trish Brown posted on 3/18/21

My condolences to the Taylor family during this very difficult time. Prayers are with you all

 

 

Han Vu posted on 3/18/21

I am truly sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. Please accept our condolences and may our prayers help comfort you.

 

Jeff and Debbie Bane posted on 3/18/21

Deb and I send our condolences to the entire family. Robert was an amazing man and will be missed. Prayers for all. Heaven gained a great man

 

Rhonda Hayworth George, Beverly Hayworth posted on 3/18/21

We were saddened to hear of Robert’s passing. As me and my mom, Beverly, talked, the one main thing we agreed on was that he was a good man and he will be missed here. Our condolences and love to the family.

 

Sarah Freeman posted on 3/17/21

I always remember Uncle Sandy with a smile on his face. It was obvious how much he enjoyed visits by his parents and brother. I’m glad he can now see, hear, and move without pain in his new heavenly home!

 

Bill and Judy Rollins posted on 3/17/21

With each passing of a former classmate, I tend to reflect on the good times from"back in the day". With Andrea, there seems to be an overload of fond memories. I'm thankful for her special part in my youth. Judy & I are saddened and we offer our sincere condolences to the family. Andrea___God Bless & Rest In Peace Bill & Judy Rollins

 

 

Diane Lacy posted on 3/17/21

Calvin and Coby so sorry for your loss. Prayers for you and family.

 

Rick Carter posted on 3/16/21

As an employee of Owen Oil Tool for years, John Roger's work ethic and sense of humor was and will continue to be a daily highlight for all of us. John made it clear how organized/OCD he was and proud of it too. He shared with me about how he was responsible for the Coffee Service at Acton Baptist. John was as hard a worker as anyone here and ran circles around many each day. Heaven will be chuckling more now and any possible mess with be straightened up by our beloved John Rogers. Blessings to his family from all of us, Rick Carter

 

Rick Carter posted on 3/16/21

John Rogers/Owen Oil Tool

 

Kevin Carter posted on 3/15/21

Ben was a fine man full of integrity a great business man and a true friend

 

 

Kim Pinter posted on 3/15/21

Mother, I miss you terribly and so blessed to be your daughter. Love you always, every day!

 

Lindy Liscum posted on 3/15/21

I miss you every day. I love you granny

 

Alisha posted on 3/15/21

I love you sister

 

 

Penny Ann Stone Leggett posted on 3/15/21

Oh Andrea, how I will miss you. You, David and I had such fun growing up together. You always called me Penny Ann.....I wish I could hear you, just one more time say Penny Ann what you doing, dear one. Always In Heart Dear Cousin

 

Debra Alumbaugh posted on 3/13/21

Ben was the brother I never had. He made my sister so happy. He was golden! Greg and I will miss him so much.

 

Jan Anderson Grant posted on 3/13/21

My thoughts and prayers are with Benny’s family! 🙏🏻

 

Marilyn E Kellough posted on 3/13/21

Sam's passing leaves a void in my heart. Many a golf games were played at Pecan Plantation and beyond. So many memories, but one stands out for me of he and Gene on their "electric scooters" when he and Marylyn visited us here in Arizona a few years back...so many laughs!

 

Carol Sue McCown posted on 3/12/21

Andrea and I graduated together from Stamford High School in 1962.We have continued be best friends since then. We have shared so many memories over the.years. Andrea will be.missed by a lot of people from Stamford and.Grandbury. She loved to dance, she loved animals, and she loved her children and her granddaughter and.also her many friends.I am lucky to have been one of those people! God bless this special person who I was blessed to have been in her life!

 

 

Victor Blackburn posted on 3/11/21

Andrea lit up a room just by walking into it. We were friends from childhood through high school; she will always be part of my precious memories.

 

Jeanne & Mary Ann posted on 3/11/21

We share in this time of grief, but also share in the love and memories of a wonderful kind man. His laugh and smile were contagious and his heart made of gold. He loved his family deeply. Memories of Bill will be in our hearts forever. God bless his family during this difficult time.

 

 

Eileen and Bobby Bass posted on 3/11/21

Linda! Linda! Linda! We miss you! We know you are entertaining everyone in Heaven!

 

Carrie Lawson posted on 3/11/21

Having worked with Linda for years, she was so outgoing and high-spirited, giving, and kind. I hated to hear she passed away!

 

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Cheryl and Marshall Nabors

 

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Cheryl & Marshall Nabors

 

 

Jerry posted on 3/11/21

Rest in peace my Papo. I love you daddy.

 

Mary Alice Westbrook Deviney posted on 3/11/21

I am so very sorry for your loss. Love and prayers for all of you

 

 

byron daniels posted on 3/10/21

i am sorry for your lose

 

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff de los Santos posted on 3/10/21

With deepest sympathy to Linda and the Jenson family.

 

Ron Riddle posted on 3/10/21

Prayers And Condolences To Family

 

 

Patty and clay Williamson posted on 3/10/21

Our deepest sympathy rip

 

Kay Laney posted on 3/10/21

My Dear Friend. I'm going to miss you terribly. Just know...you may be gone but you will NEVER be forgotten. Love you dear. Rest in Peace...Kay

 

Shannon Bubel posted on 3/10/21

Dave was a dear friend, and I am not sure who I will "spar" with now on Texas OU weekend. He will be terribly missed by many. We loved him very much and hope his precious wife Carol will find peace in this time.

 

Debbie Cannis posted on 3/9/21

Billy Joe... I knew Bill his last 6 months. But boy, we crammed so much time together. He was a very unexpected, huge change in my life, happy blessing from God. He loved the Lord, and his family. He was so proud to be part of the church band. I miss seeing him up on stage. He loved his family so much and looked forward to the family reunion every year. I was actually in “washer board” training for weeks before the reunion. He was so happy! I miss Bill so very much, but I see his happy face in heaven just as happy as can be playing his mandolin. See you soon! Bill is very much loved and missed

 

Debbie Cannis posted on 3/9/21

Billy Joe... I only had the honor of knowing Bill for his last 6 months. But, boy, did we cram a lot of fun and laughs in that short time. He loved the Lord first and foremost. And he loved his family. All of them. He looked forward to his family reunion every year. He also had the most wonderful sense of humor. That’s how we got together. He was cutting it up at High Nooners after playing the mandolin while Pastor Dan played guitar. He made me laugh so much that I had to introduce myself! He was a total unexpected blessing from God. And I’m blessed to have had him in my life I miss you, Billy Joe!

 

 

Jana Wells posted on 3/9/21

I will love u forever and always.. U were like a second momma to me growing up.. u knew most of my dark secrets.. Fly high aunt Linda

 

Clynice Baker posted on 3/9/21

My prayers are with you and your family. The Lord has welcomed home a very special servant.

 

Bethany Kraft posted on 3/9/21

Sweetest soul, biggest heart and one amazing Christian. We will miss you Linda. We know you're in the arms of our father who loves you. Rest in peace

 

Kim Smith Pinter posted on 3/9/21

Oh this is heartbreaking. My mother - Andrea and I thought the world of her. My deepest sympathies to the family.

 

Chris Aucoin posted on 3/8/21

I had the privilege of knowing and sharing the stage with Darryl through the years in several different musical groups. He was a great guy, and a great bass player. I always looked forward to performing with him, and I am saddened to learn of his passing. RIP my friend.

 

Chris Aucoin posted on 3/8/21

I had the privilege of knowing Darryl and sharing the stage with him through the years in several different musical groups. He was a great guy, and a great bass player. I always enjoyed performing with him, and I am saddened to learn of his passing. RIP my friend.

 

Phyllis White posted on 3/8/21

Condolences to family of Bob’s, he was a very sweet & kind person who will be missed but know he is rejocing in Heaven! 🙏🙏✝️✝️💕

 

 

Carol Woodward posted on 3/7/21

All great memories that I will forever cherish , gonna miss you ......

 

posted on 3/6/21

Bob was a wonderful person. Like to jock around and make you laugh. He will be dearly missed.

 

Jim Harris posted on 3/6/21

I played football with Don at Wentworth, we had some good times. So very sorry to hear of his passing.

 

Jim Harris posted on 3/6/21

I enjoyed playing football with Don at Wentworth, we had some good times. So sorry to hear of his passing.

 

Sandy Varner posted on 3/6/21

So very sorry that he is gone but I'm sure he's looking down and happy. He was such a nice guy and always so pleasant to see at the club.

 

Rosalyn Belin Stevens posted on 3/6/21

Jim, I send condolences..and tho I didnt get to know Lois personally, I look forward to meeting her with you on that great resurrection morning when Jesus come to call her to life again and take all his people home. Love, Rosalyn

 

Mary Murphy (Baker) posted on 3/5/21

My deepest condolences to all of Carlas family. She was an Angel on earth. Now she is an Angel in heaven. I pray the Good Lord holds you all in the palm of his hands as you go through this difficult time. God Bless you all. Rest In Peace Beautiful Carla

 

Clyde R. Raffety posted on 3/5/21

We were glad to be able to attend Lois' service by live stream. She was special to us both , and we look forward to the wonderful celebration and new life when Jesus returns, which seems to be coming very soon. God comfort you, Jim, and all the family. Love, Clyde and Sarah Jane Raffety

 

Christine L Lain posted on 3/5/21

I really appreciate how Lois called and checked on me over the years. I will always remember her kindness and thoughtfulness! Praying for the family!

 

Jodell Onstott posted on 3/5/21

Aunt Lois and Uncle Jim hold some of the best memories of my childhood. It was always a treat to go over to their home. There was lots of fun to be had with an erector set or skiing at Ouachita State Park. Lois had the sweetest and genuine laugh. And, her specialty? Other than Special K loaf or manicotti, her egg hoggies were fantastic. I will miss Aunt Lois's laughter and her sweet smile.

 

Marlene Fernando posted on 3/5/21

Rest In Peace Lois.

 

 

Sherry Danielson posted on 3/5/21

My sweet Aunt Lois. To be cherished always.

 

Denise Jones posted on 3/5/21

Cousin Glenda, we had planned to have lunch together once all the Covid restrictions were over. Now, you enjoy lunch in Heaven after you tend to the flowers up there. Rest in peace and know you will be missed.

 

Sherry Danielson posted on 3/5/21

My beloved Aunt Lois! The sweetest aunt ever. I cherish her smiles, hugs and the family visits. She had that special way of always making me feel special. Uncle Jim, prayers, hugs and positive thoughts for you and the family.

 

Randy Danielson posted on 3/5/21

Our thoughts are with Jim and the rest of Lois's family.  I didn't see her that often living so many states apart, but I always got a nice hug when I would see her.  One of my childhood memories is when I travelled with my Grandma Faith to visit.  We stayed with Lois and Jim.  While there a tornado came through, which was pretty scary for me.  Great Grandma Smith and I hunkered down in the bathroom while Jim and Lois were very calm and reassuring.  I will miss her hugs and big smile.  Love Randy

 

 

Angelique Morafiallos posted on 3/5/21

I remember her award winning smile and that she was always ready with a hug.

 

Angelique Morafiallos posted on 3/5/21

My great Aunt Lois always wore a beautiful smile and always had such sweet things to say. It was always a joy to see her. I love you Aunt Lois. Thoughts and prayers to Uncle Jim and family.

 

Bobbi Pytlik posted on 3/5/21

Ms Dorothy Jo was like a mom to all. Always a kind word or a little hand written note to encourage. She welcomed me into her heart and it was an honor. She loved muffins so on occasion I would whip up a batch just for her. Her smile was contagious. She was truly a gift to us all. She will be missed. Rest with the Lord sweet lady. I loved you.

 

Bobbi Pytlik posted on 3/5/21

Ms Dorothy Jo was like a mom to everyone. She welcomed me into the church family beautiful little hand written notes of love and encouragement. She loved muffins so on occasion I would bake a batch and bring her some. She was such a joy. She will be missed. Blessed walking with the Lord now and at rest.

 

Colleen Smith posted on 3/5/21

I am so sorry to hear of Glenda's passing. I worked with her for roughly 5 years and have some fond memories. We connected again with the Master Gardners and enjoyed many conversations about flowers, etc. She will be missed.

 

Sherry/Michael Barrett posted on 3/5/21

So sorry to hear of Sam’s passing. He was a wonderful neighbor and had a boisterous personality and a beautiful smile! He helped my mother-n-law settle in to Waterview and always so generous with his financial advice.

 

Lacye Ritchey posted on 3/4/21

Lobe you aunt Glenda you will be missed 💕❤️

 

Sally Mueck posted on 3/4/21

Dorothy Jo was my friend. I enjoyed drinking coffee and visiting with her on a regular basis. She was always there for me. I will miss her, but I know she is at peace with her Lord and family members that went ahead of her.

 

Sharon E. McZeal posted on 3/4/21

Lois was a sweet person and joy to work with. Rest in the Lord's peace

 

Don and Diana Scoville posted on 3/4/21

So sorry for your loss Marylyn. Prayers for you and your family at this difficult time

 

Bill and Laverne Lonon posted on 3/4/21

Sam always had a smile and always called you by name. He loves bed playing golf. A real gentleman.

 

Fain & Lynda Little posted on 3/4/21

When we moved to Pecan I was invited to play some golf in SAMs group. He was the life of the group. The best of the best always routing for you, even when he couldn’t play he would go along and cheer for everyones shots. We always enjoyed Sam & Marilyn many years on Wednesday night dinners. He will be missed by his many friends. He knew everyone and everyone knew Sam.

 

Dick and Goldie Kelly posted on 3/4/21

So sorry to hear of Sam's passing. He always had a smile and friendly words. Thoughts and prayers for the family

 

Charisse Groenleer posted on 3/4/21

I always enjoyed working with Lois and I know she is with her Savior. Prayers for the family. May they find solace in their memories.

 

Jim and Rita Murphy posted on 3/4/21

I remember how welcoming and friendly Sam and Marylyn were when we moved to Pecan. He was a great neighbor, we enjoyed many late afternoons on our patios for wine time. Sam invited me to join his Golf group and his poker group. I missed not being able to visit him these last several months. He was a wonderful man and I was blessed to have him as a dear friend. I will miss him. My condolences to the family.

 

Karen Baldwin posted on 3/4/21

I am so sorry to hear about Robert. He was so kind and we had been friends for years in the legal profession. I was stunned to hear about his passing and pray for his family to have comfort and peace. He definitely was my "go-to" guy for real estate and made me laugh every time I saw him. I will miss his presence.

 

Janet L Saltsgiver posted on 3/4/21

We are saddened at the passing of Sid Morrison. He was a wonderful Christian gentleman and friend. Our hearts go out to Sis and his children. Our prayers are for each of them.

 

Janet L Saltsgiver posted on 3/4/21

Always will remember the ice cream suppers at the Osborn reunions. Dorothy Jo would make several kinds of homemade ice cream. Also, enjoy Garland's music at these reunions.

 

 

Jerri Mizell Moser posted on 3/4/21

Judy, my heart hurts for you! I know Joe will always be with you. Virtual hugs for you, sweet cousin.💔

 

Janet L Saltsgiver posted on 3/4/21

It is with sad hearts we think of Dorothy Jo Osborn having passed from this life. She was an amazing Christian woman, mother, grandmother, cousin and friend. We loved having conversations with her and listening to her speak about our mutual ancestors. She was my cousin on the Earp side of the family and Garland was my cousin on the Osborn side of the family. Loved visiting with them at the Osborn reunions. She will be missed, we are so sorry we did not know that she was ill.

 

Barbara and Chuck Freeman posted on 3/4/21

It has been my pleasure to have gotten to know Dorothy Jo through her precious daughter, Roxie, and son-in-law, John Turner. Based on their reflections, I know Dorothy Jo was an amazing woman of God, who touched many lives during her long life on this earth. I can hear God saying to her, "Well done, thou good and faithful servant."

 

 

Donna Walton posted on 3/3/21

“Little Larry” was One of a kind!!! Every time I ever saw Larry he could make me laugh!!! He loved life, his boys and his friends!!!! He was so loved and will be so missed by everyone who ever knew him!! Praying for the Family, love you Josh!!!

 

Patricia Moore & Charles Moore posted on 3/3/21

Dorothy Jo will always be missed. She always had a smile & hug like no one else. She was always there even if she was in pain. She was a perfect Angel here & in heaven. Charles & I loved her so much. God bless her family.

 

Tammy West Shearer posted on 3/3/21

Grew up knowing the Mann family. Our thoughts are with family and friends during this time.

 

Carolyn Eddy posted on 3/3/21

Mrs. Dorothy Jo Osborn was a wonderful Christian woman and such an example for us all. Bryant and I were so blessed to have known her for all these years,

 

Byron Stinson posted on 3/3/21

Dorthy Joe was a good and righteous woman. I am blessed to know her and call her my friend. I can only imagine how beautiful she is now. Standing before the Lord!

 

Karen Williams posted on 3/3/21

Dorothy Jo always had a smile for me. I loved telling her how pretty she looked when at church. She was a determined lady and loved the Lord.

 

wade thomas posted on 3/3/21

Mark, so sorry to hear the loss of your Dad, i heard many good things about Joe, and I know personally that you have the same qualities which make you an outstanding man and Director at Lockheed. i remember your fairness and compassion in several decisions involving myself and I know that you inherited those qualities from your dad. i pray that God will watch over you and your family during this sad and difficult time. .

 

Cindy Paslay posted on 3/3/21

I worked with Joe for several years at General Dynamics and knew him as a strong leader and true gentleman. I am sorry to hear of his passing. From the obituary it is clear that his life was full and happy. I hope that you are comforted by many fond memories.

 

Lori Anderson Taylor posted on 3/3/21

I'm so sorry to hear of your Mother's passing, she was such a sweet lady. I never once ran into her that she didn't seem genuinely glad to see me, she was a special person to have that gift. I know you will miss her dearly.

 

Jeff Hardwick posted on 3/3/21

I worked with Joe for at least 15 years at General Dynamics/Lockheed. He was a wonderful man to work with. Always kind, professional, and very knowledgeable. A privilege to know such a man of sterling character.

 

Lavern Weathers posted on 3/3/21

I was a student at Southwestern in 74. I had the opportunity of knowing brother Hunt through class and work study. I will forever forever remember his kindness and the Christian example he set for all who knew him. So sorry I lost touch and just learned of his passing.

 

Gayle and Roy English posted on 3/2/21

Prayers and sympathy for Lynn's family and friends. My (Gayle) brother Bobby Hamilton, who is deceased, really loved Lynn and thought so highly of him.

 

Glavaun and Carl posted on 3/2/21

Loved my sister, Lois and entire Worth family more than words can tell. Their will forever be a hole in my heart til Jesus comes.

 

Glavaun and Carl posted on 3/2/21

Loved my sister, Lois and her husband Jim more than words can tell. A part of our lives are gone til Jesus comes, hopefully soon.

 

Sherry worth posted on 3/2/21

Mom was a incredible loving lady .. she always had words of encouragement and always willing to help anyone in need .. she lived her faith and was a great example for me.. I loved her greatly:)! So many stories of adventures together so many great memories... thank you so much Ma. You will be missed! Looking forward to when Christ comes and we all get to be together again!!

 

 

Brooke Harris Martellaro posted on 3/2/21

I remember summers, baseball, and homemade ice cream parties with Mr. Middlebrook. I remember a kind and gentle man. What a magical time to grow up in!

 

Kim Paschal posted on 3/1/21

Our Sweet neighbor Joe. Your smile and kindness will live forever in our hearts. You will be missed dearly

 

 

Juanell, Antonio and Alexandra Garcia posted on 3/1/21

What a sweet lady Virginia was. And we feel so blessed to have enjoyed getting to know her at our Annual Cavasos Get Together. Her sweet laughter and presence will be so missed.

 

Juanell, Antonio and Alexandra Garcia posted on 3/1/21

What a sweet lady Virginia was. And we feel so blessed to have enjoyed getting to know her at our annual Cavasos get togethers. Her sweet laughter and presence will be so missed.

 

Patty White posted on 3/1/21

I remember so many times going places with Mary Ann. Eating breakfast out, taking her to doctors when Linda couldn't. Going with Linda and Mary Ann many places. Visiting her at her house. I loved and still love Mary Ann with all my heart. Praying for all of you at this time and know you're all in my heart. I love you all!

 

 

Uncle GEne posted on 2/28/21

God rest his soul.

 

Uncle GEne posted on 2/28/21

Condolences to Amber, Cary, Rana, and Rene and all the rest of Ryan's family and friends. We'll miss you, Ryan.

 

Jerry Elizondo posted on 2/28/21

Thank you for being my daddy. You taught us right from wrong and provided the best life that we could have. I thank God that he gave us to you, and you to us. Thank you for being my daddy. Rest in peace

 

Laura Davis posted on 2/28/21

And of course I just watched the service and crying so many tears. Sharon you did a wonderful job. Your mama would be so proud. And I realized after I hit send I spelled Jean wrong. I'm sorry for that. Love you guys

 

Laura Davis posted on 2/28/21

I loved Gene so much. She was always like a grandma to me. My parents were friends with Gene and Floyd before I was born or shortly after. She holds such a special place in my heart. She was there for my mama when she battled cancer in 2016,and there for me when she passed in Jan 2017. I know they had a great reunion in Heaven. I have some pictures, I will try to get to Floyd soon. I love you Floyd and I'm praying for you.

 

 

Terrie Hopper posted on 2/27/21

Floy was a quiet man, but was always there to help.Calvin felt like I alway needed to call him to come eat, he did like his salads and especially his ice cream. Billy loved him greatly, he was always asking Floyd for his advice! I already mess him greatly, he was like a brother. God bless his girls! Love them

 

Mike & Gillian Hayzlett posted on 2/27/21

We will always think of your mischievous humor. You made us laugh all the time. Rest easy now Mr Floyd, you will forever be remembered with a smile.

 

 

Jenna McGill posted on 2/26/21

I am sure you are deeply missed. You were always so kind, friendly and easily shared your smiles. Prayers as you find your way to heaven. I pray for God's blessings and comfort for your family and loved ones.

 

 

Jennifer Mattingly posted on 2/26/21

I'm Going To Miss U Coming Over And Waking Me Up All Early And Sh**. Then Me Getting Mad For Like A Whole Minute Then Us Laughing About Something. Ryan You Have Made A Big Impact In My Life For The Better And I Want To Say Thank You. GONE BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN FRIEND FLY HIGH WITH THE ANGELS

 

V posted on 2/26/21

Always.

 

Donna Ross posted on 2/25/21

I will miss you for the rest of my life, my dearest friend. Love you always

 

Kathy and Ken Massingill posted on 2/25/21

Adolph was such a good man always ready to work and to play. He will truly be missed. Rest In Peace my friend.

 

Grady and Lera Brittain posted on 2/25/21

Our future DQ coffee drinking with the loss of Eddie. Loyal Methodist! He laughed at Grady’s ridiculous humor. Good listener, and Eddie was always interested in the news of others. Great friend and will be greatly missed. Prayers for Billie and family!

 

Cindy schibler posted on 2/25/21

Our thoughts and prayers are with you. He will be greatly missed. Love from Gary and Cindy Schibler.

 

James Fripp posted on 2/25/21

My deepest sympathy and prays go out to the Elizondo Family. May GOD continue to comfort you. Mr. Adolfo was a great man who loved everyone and he will be truly missed!

 

 

LiLi Yiu posted on 2/25/21

Lindsey, with deepest sympathy as you remember your grandfather

 

Cindy posted on 2/25/21

Such a special man. Never saw Eddie without Billie

 

Susan Chaline Bell posted on 2/25/21

Me draven and Ozzy love you very much thank you for loving us thank you for being the best father the best grandfather we could ever have we were blessed to have you

 

Susan. Bell posted on 2/25/21

Thank you Daddy for being best dad I could ever dream of you were loved by all and I'm still your little girl I love you rest in peace

 

Delbert Briley posted on 2/25/21

Eddie was one of the best model builder technicians in the industry. Great team member and dear friend. I know he will be greatly missed. Gene Briley

 

Karen (Haas) Willey posted on 2/24/21

So very sorry she is gone so soon. May she find peace in the loving arms of Jesus now. One day soon we will meet again on those shores.

 

John & Phyllis Psencik posted on 2/24/21

So sorry for your loss. He was a good man.

 

kimberly paredes posted on 2/24/21

So very sorry for you loss. Loved visiting with him in the clinic. Many prayers for you, Billie and all your family.

 

 

Sue Baggott posted on 2/24/21

Lindsey and family, Praying for peace and lasting memories of your grandfather.

 

Angela & Johnny Baker posted on 2/24/21

I've known the Elizondo's since I was 9yr old & they always treated me like family. It breaks my heart that Adolfo's gone, but I'm comforted knowing he is walking with the Lord. My prayers & deepest sympathies go out to all that grieve for him. He was truly cherished.

 

Celia Ann Shackelford posted on 2/24/21

We will always treasure the sweet and moving poems Geraldine wrote. As we got to know her as fellow members of FBC in Glen Rose we learned what a real treasure she was for all who knew her. She was a prayer warrior and faithful friend. I know Jesus welcomed her home.

 

Jan Cook (Gibson) posted on 2/24/21

I knew Mrs. Choat from my high school days at GRHS. She was a lovely lady and so sweet to me. Prayers for peace for her family and friends.

 

 

John & Phyllis Psencik posted on 2/24/21

Keeping the family in our prayers. He will be missed

 

 

John & Phyllis Psencik posted on 2/24/21

 

Joyce Hardaway posted on 2/23/21

So sorry to see Larry Boucher has passed. I have not seen him since about 1953 at a family reunion at the Boucher home outside of Jasper. When I saw his photo I saw Cretura Boucher Hardaway. I have been trying to stay in contact with Marcia Hardaway but it is difficult since I live in Santa Fe, NM. That was my reason to Google Larry - to contact him about Marcia. I am very sorry for your loss.

 

 

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Ida Milligan posted on 2/23/21

Geraldine is my cousin from the Snow side of the family. Her mother and my mother were sisters. We spent quite a bit of time close and growing up together, but through the years, as so much of the time happens, we didn’t live close. It was good to see her at family get togethers and family reunions! She was a very sweet person and wrote some beautiful poems! I enjoyed getting letters from her as sometimes she would include a poem. There is one that was very special she wrote about our grandmother Pearl Snow. I cherish those memories!

 

Jennifer S Curnutt posted on 2/23/21

I love you Grama. Couldn't have been blessed with anyone better. I love you now and forever. I don't know what we will do without you. Give papaw kisses for me. I love you both.

 

Nicolas Frappier posted on 2/23/21

My condolences to the Slater family for your loss. I have enjoyed getting to know Luther Slater Jr from teaching his Sunday School class. I am praying for your entire family

 

Carol chatman posted on 2/22/21

I am so sorry for your loss. Your mother was a great person.

 

Arianna Row posted on 2/22/21

She was my very first boss ever I was 17 yrs old when I first met her and she was the sweetest woman I have ever met in my life!!! She was loved by so many people and will be greatly missed!! Twilla rest easy I promise I will never ever forget you and I will forever be greatful to have met you n you had such a sweet sweet soul!!!

 

Larry Lynch posted on 2/22/21

Our deepest sympathy to Rebecca & Family, know that you are in our thoughts & prayers.

 

Larry Lynch posted on 2/22/21

 

 

Linda B posted on 2/22/21

For Lori, I'm so sad for you. I know how much you and Joe loved each other.

 

 

Tina Stafford posted on 2/22/21

Gone too soon!! I miss the old days at STFI!! We will miss you Joe.

 

Patrick Murphy posted on 2/21/21

Mom, Thank you for always being there for all of us kids. I can’t explain how much I will miss your ability to always make things better. You were always there to listen when I had a bad day or to give advice when I was feeling ill or one of my kids were. I really loved your fight and vigor for life. You were truly a great mom and an outstanding grandmother.

 

Anita Hale posted on 2/21/21

RIP Mike. Thinking of you Gail. Love you mean it!

 

Charlotte Lauer posted on 2/21/21

With much love Diane

 

Charlotte Lauer posted on 2/21/21

Diane I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Charity krantz posted on 2/21/21

Bless all of you. May God bless all of you during your times of struggle.

 

 

Charity krantz posted on 2/21/21

I just stumbled into his obituary, and I never knew him but it's always sad to lose a life so young. God bless you and yours. ..rest in peace.

 

Jair Gerolin posted on 2/20/21

Pr. JAY TUDO FEZ TUDO AO TEMPO, PLANTOU EM MUITAS PESSOAS O CAMINHO DA VERDADE E DA VIDA, FEZ CONHECER O CAMINHO PARAA ETERNIDADE. OBRIGADO PR. JAY. SEMPRE ESTARÁ EM MINHA MEMÓRIA. QUE DEUS CONFORTE O CORAÇÃO DE TODA FAMÍLIA.

 

 

Britany Gent posted on 2/20/21

My Husband Robert & I met Mrs.Choat at a Sunday Church service, and made a B-line to be the first one to introduce her self, hug our necks and say "We're Blessed to have you both". She was always radiant, full of knowledge, Worshiped the good Lord, and loved people. She definitely has to be one of the sweetest, caring, most kindest person. We will miss Mrs.Choat to the depths of our hearts. We know we will meet again, and until we do. Fly high with the angels. We Love You. Britany & Robert Gent

 

Shirley Fairchild posted on 2/19/21

Aunt Imojean was a sweet beautiful woman inside and out /She will be missed / praying for peace and comfort for Uncle Floyd ,Rogger and Sharon

 

[email protected] posted on 2/19/21

Rev.Joyce Andrews, You all know how much I loved La Della and I feel like I am kin to all of you. I love all of you so much.

 

 

Eliane Rundgren posted on 2/19/21

Sorry for your loss. Praying for the families 🙏🏻

 

Rev. Joyce Andrews posted on 2/19/21

I picked LaDella up to go to church one night and whenI stopped and she got out, the car rolled and she run in front and tried to stop it but it broke her arm.

 

Rev. Joyce Andrews posted on 2/19/21

As all of you guy's know, you are just like family to me,I loved La Della, as much as if she were my sister and I love each of you. May God bless you.

 

Marilyn Rushing posted on 2/19/21

I never met Brother Plaster but have heard so many great things from Shelly. She adored him. I would've loved to hear him preach. My thoughts are with you all as you lay him to rest and celebrate his faithful life to our Father. God bless.

 

Tina Hunter posted on 2/19/21

Uncle Floyd, Roger and Sharon thinking of you all during this difficult time. I have lots of good memories of Aunt Jean and will miss her dearly. Love you all so much.

 

 

Cheryl Santini posted on 2/19/21

Our Thoughts and Prayers are with All Friends and Family.

 

Fátima Gerolin posted on 2/19/21

Com certeza de que já goza a Gloria de Deus, Rogamos a Deus força e consolo para a família. E com carinho abraçamos a todos os que o amam.

 

Fátima Gerolin posted on 2/19/21

Com a certeza de que já está na Gloria, pedimos a Deus Pai o consolo para a família. Com todo nosso carinho abraçamos a família.

 

Lynn Fairchilds posted on 2/18/21

So sorry Martha for the Loss of your dear sister. Prayers for all of family. Love you.

 

Shelly Miller posted on 2/18/21

Daddy my hero. You were so much bigger than life to me. Getting to run up the steps of the stage after you were done preaching to carry your Bible was such an honor for this little girl. You never know just how much you want to talk to someone until you can’t. My drive home phone calls to you have been missed so much. I know you have made it to your great reward and I can’t wait until I get to carry your Bible again one day. I love you my Daddy with all of my heart and I am so blessed to have called you Daddy.

 

 

Sharon Chandler posted on 2/18/21

Daddy loved The Lord, Triple Cross Cowboy Church, playing the mandolin, fishing, the Berger Reunion & spending time with Family! My life has a very large empty spot with him not in it!

 

Jane posted on 2/17/21

I will miss my dear sister. We did so many things alike. One thing that I remembered is when she came to my house, she was wearing a dress she made and it was exactly like mine. I will miss all the phone calls and visits we shared

 

Fam Weaver posted on 2/17/21

Condolences to the family of Ann. May she always be remembered for all her good deeds. ISAIAH 25:8, JOHN 5:28-29

 

cheo posted on 2/17/21

Condolences to the Family of Kent. God has him in his memory. JOB 14:14-15

 

chelita posted on 2/17/21

Ms. Loretta, rest peacefully. Job 14:14-15

 

 

Greg Bullock posted on 2/17/21

Got to know Jay while working at Morrison Funeral Home here in Graham, Tx., always enjoyed him coming by, not to mention we would always pick and grin a little while he was here, always had a story to tell, always a good witness for the lord, prayers for his family

 

Kim Harris posted on 2/17/21

Fly high sweet Mary!! My mom Tink Harris loved you so much and we the family are so grateful for how you took care of her!! You were an angel sent by God and now you are in the arms of Jesus for sure!!🙏❤🙏

 

Donna L Moore posted on 2/17/21

So sorry for your loss Sharon, I know you've been dedicated to her care over the past few years and now that battle and suffering is over for her. Prayers for you and your family.

 

Christie Jones Schemmel posted on 2/17/21

Mrs Farley was my 5th grade teacher and music/chorus teacher at Tandy Elementary in the 60’s She taught me more about music and instruments than I’ve learned since. A wonderful teacher, very special, gifted, and kind lady. I’ve thought of her often during the years - especially when I hear the Nutcracker Suite or Peter and the Wolf. I still know which instrument is which. My deepest sympathies to the family and those close to her. She was a blessing to many.

 

Bettie Gilmore posted on 2/16/21

Roger, Sharon, Floyd I am so so sorry to hear about your loss. I loved her so and have so many memories of us all playing cards and games. You will all be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Barbara Collier posted on 2/16/21

Sharon and family, sorry to here of your mother's passing. Peace for you and family.

 

Fam. Lugo posted on 2/16/21

Rest in peace ms. Mary. God will always remember you. Holt family, you are in our prayers - Isaiah 25:8

 

Fam. VL posted on 2/16/21

Soon, death will be no more. Vaida is resting says Ecclesiastes 9:5. Soon, many will Resurrect and we will embrace Vaida.

 

Renee Wilson posted on 2/15/21

Cecil, What a kind, gentle soul you were. Always a friendly smile. Always admired your “grand-parenting skills”. It was my privilege to know you and your precious family. Psalm 116:15

 

 

Ashley posted on 2/15/21

helping mimi put her christmas tree up with my mom

 

Anita posted on 2/15/21

I worked with Mary she was always a bright spot, always had a smile.

 

David and Sherrie "Moss" Gallagher posted on 2/15/21

Brother Plaster preached the word of God, he believed it, he lived it, he loved it and he shared it. Now he is enjoying it in its fullness. He was a great preacher who loved God, his family and his church family. He loved people and if you were his friend you knew it. He was a great encourager who inspired us all to live this life with the joy of the Lord and to never give up no matter what. He inspired us all with is dedication, devotion and determination to fulfill his calling to the ministry. He was greatly loved, and will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

 

Jayda Spdagg posted on 2/15/21

I will miss you and your outspoken nature. Matt and I learned a lot from you and we will keep that with us always. You always gave me a good slap on the back and then you always had a good laugh. Gonna miss you Brother P.

 

Fam Weaver posted on 2/15/21

Rest in peace Joe. You were Loved by many. Ecclesiastes 9:5

 

Jean Kuykendall posted on 2/14/21

Such a mighty man of God that I am proud to have called my Pastor and my friend. A great blessing. You will be missed.

 

Kim Mack posted on 2/14/21

Prayers for Linda and family. He will be missed and I know it won’t be the same without him. But he would want everyone to smile and keep on praising God. God Bless

 

sallie spurlock-miles posted on 2/14/21

Bro . plaster made an everlasting impression on everyone he met. I remember the first time I met him, he shook my hand and the Most powerful look in his eyes. God had a wonderful heart in this man of God. he is in Heaven , telling my Mother, all about us , they were such friends. my love and prayers , to our dear Sister plaster. love and prayers, to all the family, and extended family and friends.

 

 

Anne Ziegler posted on 2/14/21

Sharon, you and your family are in my prayers during this sad time. Love, Anne

 

James Culp posted on 2/14/21

Very sorry for your loss.

 

 

Jerry Ellis posted on 2/14/21

You will be missed by many.

 

Phyllis Goady posted on 2/13/21

Michael and family, you are in my thoughts and prayers! Carol was the dearest person and friend to me. I cherish the memories and thank God for her love and faithfulness to each you and to our Lord! My life was deeply enriched by her presence and infectious laugh! I thank God that I could share time with her on this earth and will love seeing and hearing her laughter in heaven! God bless each of you as you navigate life without her physical presence, but she will always be with you in your hearts! Phyllis Goady

 

Anita Royalty posted on 2/13/21

We will forever miss your smile, and your I love you. Even though our heart is broke, your home where you’ve always wanted to be. Love you Anita and Kenny

 

Cyndi and Lee Steed posted on 2/13/21

All my prayers to his family I have so many good memories of Bro Plaster one that stands out is he asked the congregation if they had 200 people on a Sunday he would preach from the roof too, well he did and Pal Thompson provided a cherry picker and him and Sis Plaster went up to the Roof for him to preach ❤️❤️ Bro Plaster was a great man of God , he always had an ear if you needed him to pray or just to talk . He would even be behind the pulpit after open heart surgery and other surgeries I will truly miss him , hugs to his lovely wife Sis Plaster and prayers fir his whole family, he was a proud Dad Lee and myself will miss him❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️🦋🙏🏻

 

Michelle Davenport posted on 2/13/21

Daddy you’ll never read these words but others will. I need them to know what a good man you are. What a good Daddy to me you’ve been. You didn’t have to take my brother and I on, but you chose us. That decision was never lost on me. You were intentional about my development and spiritual growth. Many times I hear your voice when I read the Bible because of hearing your many messages. You trained me like a Timothy in the faith. You taught me to ‘remember who you are’ not who I thought I was, but what God said about me. You knew that eventually that would bring me into alignment with the Word that God had spoken. You showed us that life doesn’t have to be easy to make it. You proved that. You taught me not to live by my feelings but by faith. I’m still working on that. Thank you for investing in me. Thank you for never giving up on not only me, but so many others. I hope you were so surprised when you got to heaven to see so many people there because of what you did here on earth. Your life meant so much. I’m making plans to see you again one day. I know Jesus will be coming to get us one day and you’ll be in that cloud somewhere too. Save me a spot near you. My words will forever fail me to express my love for you, but even while you were here with me, I tried to make you understand. Maybe now that you’re there, you finally get it. You are already missed so much. There’s a void in the air in a way, and yet I can still hear you deep inside my heart still coaching me. Thank you for that. Thank you for being a soul winner Daddy. Thank you for caring that people were lost. Thank you for teaching us to care too. Heaven is better because your there. The Bible says where your treasure is, there will your heart be also. One of my greatest treasures is now in heaven so a very large part of my heart went also. Thank you for loving me better than I ever deserved. You’ll always be my hero. ❤️

 

Stacy Jonas posted on 2/13/21

I can't believe he is gone on before us. Joey was our brother. Coy Casey was our Daddy. We were all kids living together one year in Karnack Texas by Caddo Lake. Joey was 5 years younger than me. He always wanted to play with us and was the sweetest little brother. As we got older we didn't get to see each other very often. And then even less the older we got. Your sisters Becki, Stacy and Bobbie will always love you. Rest easy now.

 

Susan and Breck Ronning posted on 2/13/21

My son, Wade, told me of Benny's passing. My heart goes out to you Caleb and your family. May angel's guide his flight to Heaven.

 

cheo posted on 2/13/21

Ms. Marian touched alot of lives with her kindness and many people as God, took notice of it. God keep her in his memory until he calls her name - Job 14:14-15

 

Ara posted on 2/13/21

Revelation 21:3-4 Job 14:14-15

 

Fam Weavers posted on 2/13/21

Rest in peace Mike. Ecclesiastes 9:5 says you are in deep sleep in a peaceful place. God has you in his memory.

 

Fam Weaver posted on 2/13/21

Deepest condolences for your loss. May carol rest in peace until the Resurrection mentioned in John 5:28-29

 

Shirley hart posted on 2/12/21

She was my sister-in-law was always good to me and fun,carried love letters for Ernest to her love her

 

 

Wanda Adams posted on 2/12/21

So sorry, Sharon. Praying for you and your family.

 

Lucy Quesenbury posted on 2/12/21

Oh Rhonda, I ache for you and yours. Reading the obit, she was loved by so many. I'm sure you will see a lovely flower or a shining star or hear a special song and remember her. Though I don't know all her beautiful daughters, I only know one, I'm sure she felt fortunate to have such pretty girls. May God keep you close.

 

 

JoLynn Elkins posted on 2/12/21

Mr. Evans, your kind smile and gentle manner was a gift to this world. We miss you.

 

Hugh Strickland posted on 2/12/21

Rest In Peace, Charlie. I will see you on the other side.

 

 

Rhonda Kennedy posted on 2/12/21

I love you momma

 

Gayle and Pat Currie posted on 2/12/21

Charles was a neat friend. He and brother, Carlisle, could play their guitars and sing many songs we knew and many we had never heard of. A true performer! The sessions we had at their house in Rendon were so much fun. He will be missed! Diane was the love of his life and we send our prayers to her, the boys, Kim and rest of the family. Charles will make a big hit in heaven. Our Ski trips were so much fun, and everything we did with them was an "event" to remember. Actually 40 years of memories of being friends with Charles and Diane. He will be missed by many!

 

 

Germaine posted on 2/12/21

I love papa and I dearly miss him, hope I can see him in heaven and give him a lot of hugs❤️🥺

 

 

Rachel Kelly posted on 2/12/21

Cecil was a great man. Praying for everyone.

 

Peggy Hunter posted on 2/12/21

Dear Paul Ray, Brenda, Shelly, & Raymond's family, Keep your wants, your joys, your cares, your fears, and your sorrows before God. You cannot burden Him. You cannot weary Him. He who numbers the hairs of your head is not indifferent to the wants of His children. The Lord is very pitiful and of tender mercies. James 5:1 His heart of love is touched by our sorrows. Take to Him everything that perplexes the mind. Nothing is too great for Him to bear, for He holds up worlds. He rules over all the affairs of the universe. Nothing that in any way concerns our peace is too small for Him to notice. The relations between God and each soul are as distinct and full as if there were not another upon the earth to share His watchcare. Not another soul for whom He gave His beloved Son. May the Comforter hold you each in His hands until your reunited again with your Daddy! I love you all!

 

Myra Campbell posted on 2/12/21

My deepest condolences for your loss.

 

Robert & Denise Brown posted on 2/12/21

Sending our prayers for strength and comfort to Lori, family and friends. Always enjoyed visiting with Joe. Rest In Peace Joe.

 

Nick Clayton and family posted on 2/11/21

May the Lords peace be with Mr. Harry, his family and loved ones. ✝️✝️✝️

 

paul plaster posted on 2/11/21

was my best friend!my dad.the man loved me for me! I miss him so much.

 

Tonya Beauchamp posted on 2/11/21

Joey was my half-brother and I loved him very much. We were very close as children, and always enjoyed spending time together at family gatherings. He’s now in his heavenly home with his grandparents, Walter and Evelyn Dodson, Aunt Judy & Uncle Royce Maxfield, Uncle Billy Dodson, and our wonderful great-aunts and great-uncles. I miss you terribly, but I know we’ll see each other again. You were a blessing in my life, Joey! I don’t know if I’ll ever stop anticipating your phone calls. You always made me feel like an important person in your life. You were so very special in mine. Rest easy, my dear brother.

 

Michael Hackfeld posted on 2/11/21

I am so sad to hear of cousin Cecil's passing. Sending my love to Luella, Katherine, Doyle and the rest of the family.

 

 

Brett & Cindy Johnson posted on 2/11/21

Brett and I send our deepest sympathy to Mike and all the family. Carol was a beautiful, godly woman with a sweet, joyful spirit. Her presence will be missed in this world. Our prayers are with the family asking the Lord to comfort each one of you today and the days ahead.

 

Shirley Fox Watson posted on 2/11/21

Charlie was a special unique church and school friend. We became friends around middle school when we both attended the same church--a lot. Charlie's dad was a preacher and my dad was a deacon. At our 60th reunion Charlie appeared to enjoy listening and competing in friendly rivalries of past in and out of school antics which he may or may not been a participant. My prayers and love are sent to Diane, Kimberly, Travis and other family members.

 

Clint and Darlene Burkey posted on 2/11/21

Our deepest condolences to you, Mike, the family and all the extended family. May the loving comfort of our Heavenly Father be your sustaining strength today, and for all your tomorrow’s. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Adrian herrera posted on 2/11/21

I started doing lawn service for Mrs chambers about 4 years ago she became more than just a costumer to me she will always told me how to take care of flower plants I made her flower beds that she loved I made her vegetables garden every year in the spring she loved she always talked about how much she loved farms earlier this year she got to come to my house and meet my chickens and my sheep she loved that as well she was like family to and my wife and daughter as she made us a quilts we love them and will always remember her as sweet Marian my heart still hurts as I still can’t believe she is not with us anymore she will greatly be missed 😭

 

Linda Metsger posted on 2/11/21

It breaks my heart to hear this sad news. My sincere sympathy to the family. We shared the same birthday and enjoyed quilting together many years ago. She always had a smile on her face.

 

Carol Flack posted on 2/10/21

I had the pleasure of teaching with Carol. She was such a sweet and caring person and really loved her students. Besides sharing a name, Carol and I share the same birthday. Prayers for all her family.

 

Robert haschke posted on 2/10/21

Charlie was a great mentor to me. Loved working with him and for him in Stephenville and Amarillo. He was an awesome leader and always was positive influence for everyone that worked with him. May he rest in Peace. He will be greatly missed. Bob and Sue Haschke

 

 

Stormy Gage-Watts posted on 2/10/21

Roger, you and your family have our sincere condolences and prayers during this very difficult time. May God’s Grace grant you peace that surpasses all understanding. Sincerely. Stormy & family

 

Kathy Moss posted on 2/10/21

Dear Sharon, so sorry to hear of your mom's passing. I was unaware that she had been ill. She always had such a smile and friendly greeting for me every time I saw her. I know you & your family will surely miss her.

 

Deborah and Don posted on 2/10/21

Major Stepp, Battle Buddy. Carol was a beautiful Christian Lady, she loved Her Lord, and shared His Love with others. She had a sweet, sweet spirit. Carol loved you, her Best Friend. God blessed us with your friendship. We love you and Carol so much. You will forever be in our hearts and prayers. Love, Deborah and Don

 

Laura Stepp posted on 2/10/21

Earl and I were blessed to have you as our sister in law. We will miss your love, laughter and sweet smile. We were very blessed to spend time traveling with you and sitting at the lake. I will cherish each memory as I will Cherish our relationship.

 

 

Andrea Radovich posted on 2/10/21

Heaven gained a beautiful Angel!! The big bad wolf loves you forever and always Aunt Jean. I am sure heaven is everything you knew it to be.

 

Marcia Maitin posted on 2/10/21

Carol and I taught together in FW plus we lived in the same apt. complex. She was a talented teacher and a fabulous friend. I will miss her every day. Sincere condolences to her family.

 

Ronnie Taylor posted on 2/10/21

condolences to all the family and Diane, a wonderful lady. from all Charlies San Angelo brothers. Ronnie. Mickey, and Shade. we remember letting the good times roll.

 

Sandra Fuller posted on 2/10/21

I knew Carol at Castleberry High School and River Oaks Baptist Church! She was one of the sweetest and kindness ladies I have ever known and always had a smile on her face! She will be greatly missed by all who knew her, but is in Heaven and pain free!

 

Ben Smith posted on 2/9/21

I first met Carol shortly after Tenley was born. She was in Colorado Springs helping Jules with her newborn baby. While the focus was on Tenley and her new mother, Carol had an amazing presence about her and was such a calming force. Carol was stunning, elegant, and incredibly friendly! She was genuine and instantly likable. Many years later I reconnected with Carol and couldn't help but form a bond. She had marvelous poise. No matter how much chaos there was around her, she was unwaveringly calm and collected. She had the ability to defuse any situation. She was always so positive and the eternal optimist. You could always count on Carol to impart sage words of wisdom with a twist of humor and a warm and wonderful smile. She will be sorely missed, but never forgotten.

 

Jules posted on 2/9/21

Mom, the girls and I miss you more than words can describe. From our morning chats to our all night laughs, you always brought us so much joy. Life will never be the same but I know we will see you again one day. Holding close all of the unforgettable memories we were blessed to make together. All our love...Jules, T$ (moon pie,) Sawsaw (giggle box,) and Tessie (snuggle bunny.) ❤

 

Jessica Heffner posted on 2/9/21

Chris and I are thinking about you and your family. Prayers and love.

 

Kelly King posted on 2/9/21

I had Mr. Mesker for two classes at Bonham. He was a good man and teacher. He was very patient as well with a bunch of rowdy kids. I am grateful to have gotten to know him. Prayers for his family.

 

Donna DePoy posted on 2/8/21

Dear Sharon, our hearts and prayers go out to you and Dave's family. We are greatly saddened. Dave was such a great guy, so smart and full of fun. We are so sorry for your lose. Sincerely, Everett and Donna

 

Lindsey Elwell posted on 2/8/21

Drew, I`m so lucky and blessed to have volunteered with you at ATF. No matter what was going on or how your were feeling you always had a welcoming smile for anyone who walked in. I hope you know the impact you had on me and everyone who was lucky enough to meet you. I`m not sure I`ve ever met a more genuine person. You will be truly missed

 

Tyler Villalobos posted on 2/8/21

Oh Drew.... man you were such a beautiful human. I count my blessings everyday that I was honored to train you and give you back a little bit of time. You box jumping and seeing the look on your face when you made it and watching you walk proudly over to ring the victory bell is something I’ll always hold dear. I’ll also never forget when I said you, me and Trina were going to walk a 5k and then I pushed just a little further and you were giving me the “tyler, did you forget we have to walk back still?” eyes. But man when you walked into the gym and rang that bell.... that was worth every blister. I love you so much Drew, I’ll never forget you and don’t worry we’ll take care of your sweetheart. <3

 

Aunt Sammie posted on 2/8/21

Drew family and Friends.... My heart aches for you so much - I have no words to express how hurt my heart is..... You, baby Drew, are so very missed and loved!

 

John Conlin posted on 2/8/21

We watch the Rangers, the Stars, the Mavs, and the Cowboys. We played COD. And we booed against New England. We went crazy for Manchester United but i don't know why. I wish we'd done it more often and longer but it was fun while it lasted. STATE OF TEXAS FANTASY FOOTBALL CHAMPION FOREVER!

 

Jack & Ann Rompf posted on 2/7/21

Drew and Krystal worked for me at Papa Johns. "I saw those flirtatious looks!" My Prayer is that Krystal remembers the good times, and God eases the pain of his loss.

 

Ellen McAuley posted on 2/7/21

I met Shirley when I worked in Tommorow’s Quilts. Her lovely daughter, Angela was my Boss. She had a beautiful smile. And a twinkle in her eye. She was a very calming soul. I always felt at ease with her. When Shirley came to the shop I knew we would have a good day. She made everyone smile. I will miss her. She is now walking with the Angels....no more pain. 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻❤️❤️

 

Dan posted on 2/6/21

I knew you as Diver from First Descents in a August 2019 in Montana. Glad to have had the opportunity to meet you and get to know you during that special experience. My deepest condolences to your family and friends.

 

Dan posted on 2/6/21

I knew you as Diver from First Descents Kayak Camp in August 2019. Glad to have been able to share that experience with you. It was so special. My deepest condolences to your family and friends.

 

 

Vivian Lopez posted on 2/6/21

Daddy 💔😭 I'm forever broken but I'm going to try bc that's what you want...I love you so much ❤️bb

 

Robin posted on 2/6/21

In Remembrance Do not stand at my grave and weep I am not there I do not sleep I am a thousand winds that blow I am a diamond glint on snow I am the sunlight on ripened grain I am the gentle autumn rain When you awake in the morning hush I am the swift uplifting rush Of quiet birds in circling flight I am the soft stars that shine on night Do not stand by my grave and cry I am not there I did not die Mary Frye – 1932

 

Robin posted on 2/6/21

In Remembrance Do not stand at my grave and weep I am not there I do not sleep I am a thousand winds that blow I am a diamond glint on snow I am the sunlight on ripened grain I am the gentle autumn rain When you awake in the morning hush I am the swift uplifting rush Of quiet birds in circling flight I am the soft stars that shine on night Do not stand by my grave and cry I am not there I did not die Mary Frye – 1932

 

William Berman posted on 2/6/21

My favorite Uncle and #1 Father Figure, my prayers and thoughts are with you and your loving family!

 

William Berman posted on 2/6/21

My favorite Uncle and #1 Father Figure, my prayers are with you And your loving family!

 

Echo Maurer Wilson posted on 2/6/21

Jessica and Abigail and Families, Having known the Wunderluch family since our high school years as well as FUMC of FW, and also through my beloved mom, Peggy Maurer, who taught you, Jessica, in pre-school at River Oaks Private School, my heart goes our to both of you during this time. May sharing memories of Tate keep him alive in your hearts forever. May God be with you and your families during this time of grieving. Spiritual hugs...

 

Pat Ferguson posted on 2/6/21

I met Shirley at Allison Baptist Church. We worked together on making and arranging the costumes for the kids and adults for our beautiful Christmas re-enactment of the birth of Jesus. We were always visting and she would come by looking for cloth , thread and such for her quilts that she was making with Angela. She also made me a beautiful blue throw quilt that I cherish. She loved to talk about Bryan,Amanda, Emalii and all her love ones as did I. I will love and miss Shirley.

 

Shelley posted on 2/6/21

Such a stab in the heart learning about Drew. Family Jennings, we ask God to give you the strength in this time of tribulation. Rest in peace drew - JOB 14:14-15

 

Fam Weaver posted on 2/6/21

Rest in peace mr. Pete JOB 14:14-15

 

Donna Henning posted on 2/6/21

One of the sweetest ladies I have ever met. She is on high now.

 

Sherrie Rowe posted on 2/6/21

Tate you will be missed here. The heavens are rejoicing in you being home. God bless and bring peace to those left here. Rest In Peace Tate, till we meet again

 

Sherrie Rowe posted on 2/6/21

Tate you will be missed here. The heavens are rejoicing in having you home. God bless and bring peace to those who are here on earth. Rest In Peace till we meet again.

 

Udelia Garcia Constancio posted on 2/5/21

Rest In Peace Cousin Rufus , you will be missed. My condolences to the Lopez Family.

 

William Berman posted on 2/5/21

My favorite Uncle, my prayers are with you, Love William

 

William Berman posted on 2/5/21

My favorite Uncle and my prayers are with you, Love William

 

David Pleeter posted on 2/5/21

Laurie I was wondering how you were doing. Just found out about Al

 

wanda Stogsdill posted on 2/5/21

Shirley and I meet while we both worked at CCS in Fort Worth. The first time I saw her she was wearing this beautiful blue western pant suit. We talked and she told me that she made it and here me I can just sew a button on. Then we later found out that we lived in the same neighborhood and out kids went to school together. Later when she moved to Lipan we still stayed in touch. We called and talked to each other, but not enough. That I am sorry for. We sent Christmas cards and talked about things going on in our lives. I will miss her and she was a very good friend to me for over 50 years. God is getting a very good friend and she was and is loved my many. Love you Shirley.

 

Brenda Kennedy posted on 2/4/21

Meet Shirley about 25 years ago when she worked for MHMR. After we first meet I didn’t see her again for a few years. But these last 15 years we became life long buddies. Always loved her children Billy and Angela like they were family. Shirley was always my sister in Christ and my best friend. Now she is at peace and no pain she is singing with the Angels. God Bless and will see you soon. Love Brenda

 

Steve Rauch posted on 2/4/21

Thank you everyone who has left heart warming stories of my Dad. It means so much to our family right now. As we get through Covid times and keeping my mom healthy we will have a celebration of life for him. We hope to do this in the summer or fall. I will update as much social media at that time that I can. Thank you again!

 

 

Brenda F Stephens posted on 2/4/21

Jeanie,I will miss you always. You will always be in my heart forever. I love you ❤️❤️

 

 

[email protected] posted on 2/4/21

Brenda F Stephens

 

Fam Vega posted on 2/4/21

Nuestras condolencias por su gran perdída de don Refugio. Que el Dios de todo consuelo los ayude superar esta gran tragedia - ISAIAS 33:24, ISAIAS 25:8

 

Fam Weaver posted on 2/4/21

Rest in peace mr. Arvel. God will never forget you and millions more in the same condition - John 5:28 - 29

 

cheo posted on 2/4/21

Rest in peace mr. James. JOB 14:14 - 15

 

Harold Criner posted on 2/3/21

Betty, so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers. And this is for Steve ...... "Warrrrrrrr Eagle"

 

Patti Fry Edwards posted on 2/3/21

I am so sorry for your loss. I was raised in Solar as were my parents. Billy Dumas, I believe you knew my Daddy, Jeep Fry. Prayers for you all.

 

Fam Weaver posted on 2/3/21

Will welcome you back in the Resurrection ms. Ruby - John 5:28-29

 

cheo posted on 2/3/21

May God always have you in his memory ms. Dorothy. Rest in peace. ISAIAH 25:8

 

Fam Weaver posted on 2/3/21

Rest in peace mr. Clinton. May your family be in God's care - Job 14:14-15

 

Carolyn Kinne and family posted on 2/2/21

A wonderful man, a friend and neighbor for many years. Clint was a blessing to all our family. Much love to his family in this difficult time.

 

Diane Ellis posted on 2/2/21

Our hearts goes out to the Kinbro family. Your father was a wonderful man who will be truly missed. His had a wonderful smile, impeccable dresser, and always a kind word. Missed seeing him so much at Riverside. We are Praying for you all. Diane and Rick Ellis

 

Bob Monroe posted on 2/2/21

Chuck was truly a great guy, fun to talk to at church. He was very young at heart. To Linda, Van and all his family my prayers are with you.

 

chelita posted on 2/2/21

Rest in peace Bob ISAIAH 25:8

 

Robert Vick posted on 2/2/21

Joyce is gone from my sight but will never be out of my thoughts. I'm so much a better man having known her and being able to call her my friend.

 

Nick and Mary Cangiamilla posted on 2/2/21

We are going to miss Joyce. We are thankful for being able to attend the service online. Our condolences to Don and family.

 

Fam Weaver posted on 2/2/21

Condolences to the family of Laura. Rest in peace ms. Laura - John 5:28-29

 

Misty Grimm posted on 2/2/21

Van so sorry to hear about the passing of your dad. I read what you wrote about him. What a blessing . Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers Love you all Rick & Misty Grimm and family

 

Fam Weaver posted on 2/2/21

Praying so God can give Tate's family the strength to carry on in these hard times. Rest in peace Tate - JOB 14:14-15

 

Ryan Buck posted on 2/2/21

I met Pete Farley and his daughters when the girls and I went to church. Praying that you always remember that she is in a better place. I love my friends, Jennifer and Rebekah.

 

Nancy Burks Worcester posted on 2/1/21

When I was pregnant in 1980, I sat beside Fayrene in choir at First United Methodist Church. She asked me if we had names picked out and I told her that we didn’t have a girl name for sure. She said that Quasha was the most popular name at her school that year. When my son was born, I sent her a card announcing the birth of “Quasha Fayrene Burks”. When I saw her next she shook that finger at me and laughed and laughed. I loved her a lot.

 

Pat LaDuke posted on 2/1/21

We stood beside each other for about 20 years singing with the Melody Belles in Granbury. Loved her like a sister.

 

 

eren boesche posted on 2/1/21

Because we know where we are going our Hope is to see her again

 

 

eren boesche posted on 2/1/21

Erendira Boesche’s Family

 

 

Clayton Clark posted on 2/1/21

Miss you Franmomma! ❤

 

Melinda Ingersoll posted on 1/31/21

Praying for your family. Grieving with you over the death of allowed one taken too soon, and celebrating with you that Tate is now face-to- face with his Lord. May God wise away every tear and bring you the comfort and peace of His presence.

 

 

Doris Sisco Boudreaux posted on 1/31/21

This is my father-in-law from many years ago! I will always remember him as a very sweet loving man! Rest in Peace!

 

Charles Haese posted on 1/31/21

1/24/2021------Victor & Susan & family so very sorry to learn of Tate's recent passing away ; May God Bless Tate's soul ; Never met but realize Tate's friendship will definitely be missed ; Charles Haese, Xerxes employee Seguin Texas

 

 

Kim Jenkins posted on 1/31/21

May you find peace and rest in God's presence sweet Angie.

 

David Johnson posted on 1/30/21

I enjoyed spending time with Tate during Acton Baptist Church Men's Ministry Activities. He enjoyed fishing, hunting and sharing Jesus.

 

Jackie Knight Gray posted on 1/30/21

I am so sorry to hear about Ricky. I went to school with him. He was always a joy to be around. RIP my friend

 

 

teresa potter posted on 1/30/21

My entire life I owe to you.

 

Kathy Whatley posted on 1/30/21

I worked with Tawyna at Bellmire Nursing Home and my mom Worked with her at Bellmire and Jacksboro Nursing Home. She has kept in contact viva social media and would frequently tell me to give my mom a big hug for her. She was a very special lady. So sorry for your loss.

 

 

Paula posted on 1/30/21

Love to all!

 

Emma Peralez Garcia posted on 1/30/21

TATE....Even though I didn’t get to meet you Cousin Tate, reading your Obituary gave a since of what a great person you were. 🇺🇸Your grandparents Landin were my great Aunt and uncle. Now you have gain your wings and rejoicing with your grandpa - my cousin Victor Landin Sr.

 

Barbie Flanary posted on 1/30/21

God had a Plan for your life & I am so Thankful He allowed our paths to cross all those years ago.....1975. You received your first big promotion to our Downtown Tulsa JC Penney Store. I was a young Merchandiser & Thank You Lord for sending Doug Long my way! The average age for JCP Associates at our store was about 55 ~ so you see how welcome you were to liven things up!! To my benefit, your desk was not next to me, but in front of me. Everytime I looked up ~ there was your grin & goodness knows what thought, joke or reference was going to come out of your mouth!! My life was enriched knowing you & sharing our joys & sorrows through our 45 year friendship. I was there the first day you came to downtown Penneys, I was there the day you transferred to Bartlesville, Ok. You invited me to come meet your “team” there & again you invited me to come to Seminole, Ok & on to Muskogee, Ok when you felt so blessed to have been called there.....because that’s where you met your “soulmate” Paula!! You were quick to tell me about “Kelly” ~ she was your “Bonus” ....& that Paula & you wanted to have more children. I was there the day you married her & you had been there when Rich & I walked down the aisle years before. I was happy to have painted an oil on canvas to present to you when you left Downtown Tulsa.....just so you’d never forget me. You took that thing to Texas with you ~ I believe it was Killeen. Gosh, I missed those hugs those years after you crossed the Red River. I’m so thankful David Benson called me & met me in Tulsa to attend your Mom’s service. Again, our hug was as meaningful as it had ever been. You were always so kind, so witty, so heartfelt with your friendship. I’ll never forget you or your impact on my life. You are in my heart forever & I’ll always remember the special times we shared as good friends. It was an honor to know you. My Love to David Long, to Kelly & Zach ~ you don’t know me, but I knew so much about you ~ Doug was always so Proud when he shared about you (& his grandkids!!). He was truly a Gift from God ~ I Rejoice in knowing we’ll meet again. I’m sure he’ll have a corny joke & that grin on his face & that unique laugh waiting for us when we arrive in Heaven. The Celebration of Life was so well presented ~ very Befitting Doug Long & Honoring Our Lord & Savior, Jesus Christ! My gratitude for all you did to bring comfort to us all who were unable to attend. May God Bless You All Beyond Measure ~ Always Remember ~ You Have A Guardian Angel Looking Over You 💝 With Love & Sincere Condolences, Barbie Hicks Flanary

 

Mary Cangiamilla posted on 1/30/21

I met Tate during Livestrong classes at the YMCA. I invited him to speak (with Anthem) at a Hood County Relay for Life. He asked “How much time can I speak? I want to show what Anthem can do and talk about Jesus”. We, who knew Tate are better because he touched our lives.🤗

 

Jeremy and Kristen Knight posted on 1/30/21

I was privileged to have known Tate and see his love for the Lord and his family! He will be greatly missed. Blessings and prayers to the Landin family!

 

Terry Gray posted on 1/30/21

Such a gracious and courageous lady. It wasn’t Wileys if Joyce wasn’t there.

 

 

marina posted on 1/29/21

i love you jake, i miss you.

 

 

marina posted on 1/29/21

i love you jake, you mean so much to me.

 

Chris Curphey posted on 1/29/21

Tate was a fine young man and patriot to his country. I am honored to have known him. Condolences to his family and friends.

 

Brenda Hemstreet posted on 1/29/21

Our condolences to the family. Jake was such a sweet young man and wonderful friend to are or granddaughter anessia Hemstreet he always knew how to make her smile.so blessed we were able to meet Jake and his mom . R.I.P sweet boy you will be missed ..praying for the family

 

Ray R posted on 1/29/21

Joyce was a good friend when we worked together at Wiley's

 

David Benson posted on 1/29/21

I met Doug in 1973 when we were both working for JC Penney in Tulsa. I had just started as a trainee and Doug was working part time as he was attending Tulsa University. We became very good friends and for several years we rented an apartment together. Doug was a fun person to be around and he had an infectious laugh that would get you laughing. After a few years, we went our separate ways with Penney's, but always stayed in touch. I have too many memories to post here but enjoyed each and every one. I will miss you. Until we meet again.

 

Jan Joyce posted on 1/29/21

What a gift she was! How many brides have pictures of a beautiful wedding because of the servant heart of our sister Carol. She served our congregation and the community in so many ways and a huge hole will be left in many hearts by her passing. But we know Heaven’s gates opened wide to receive this good servant. Our condolences and love go out to Tommy, the girls and the family.

 

Lisa Losoya posted on 1/29/21

Angie was my employee at Marcus and Charter Cable. She was a wonderful, sweet young lady. We had a great time working together, and remained friends all the years later. I have the family in my prayers. 💔✝️🙏

 

 

Tana Nozka posted on 1/29/21

I am so very sorry for your loss and will definitely pray for your family during this unbearable time.

 

Lollie Simmons posted on 1/29/21

Love you sweet girl , dancing with angels . Beautiful tiny dancer🌷 Love you forever Lollie💋

 

Lynda Kitchens posted on 1/29/21

I am so sorry. Angie was such a silly girl w/ a great smile. She will definitely be missed by many. I'm still in shock & don't know what to say. So many memories. I hope for peace for her family & will keep you all in my thoughts. Much love.

 

Nick Humphrey posted on 1/29/21

I struggle to come up with the words to express how your passing has effected me. We shared so many memories in our youth, highs and lows and misadventures we shared lots of laughs and some tears and we share a beautiful niece. You were family you were my tribe and you will forever be missed. Angie Bryant Salas we speak your name.

 

Ellen Neff posted on 1/28/21

The Love Doug showed others was inspiring and he shared God’s word through his actions every day. He always had a smile on his face and was always willing to help a fellow JCPenney manager. After retirement we stayed in touch and had a connection with The United Methodist Church. I will miss him and hope to see him again singing and dancing with our Lord.

 

Sarah Turner posted on 1/28/21

Doug was one of a kind, we met when I started working for him at JCP in Stephenville. He took me under his wing and he and Paula became such wonderful friends to me and my family. When Paula left us we propped each other up,my husband lives overseas and he knew how hard that was for me. Weekly meet ups for lunch to talk about our families became our normal routine, cruising the lake, going to the Theater where he likes to perform. He invited me to join our local Lions Club and we did our Meals on Wheels routes together as much as possible just so we could visit. He was a wonderful friend and sometimes advisor of life. He will be missed so very much by my family and myself. Kelly, Zach and family thank you for sharing you father, he loved you all so very much and was so proud of you.

 

Travis Spann posted on 1/28/21

Angie, it’s been a long time since we talked. Growing up together and having a lot of the same classes what I remember most was that your birthday is 4 days before mine and you telling me that your the boss over me cuz your older. Life is way to short, I see that now. I’m sorry this happened to you. You just liked a post the day before. My condolences go to you and your family. RIP Angie😔

 

Rev. Marjorie Banks posted on 1/28/21

It is an honor to leave an expression of comfort for the LONG family about DOUG LONG. I live in Broken Arrow, OK and a neighbor of David, (Doug's brother). Doug and Paula came often, that is how I met them. I knew them as "family" and loved both of them as "friends". My heart is grieved and sadden at this loss. Doug was always such a gentle man with a Christ-like spirit. I give thanks to our Christ, that Doug and Paula are in our future. To the family, I say, we will see them again ---Remember, "...To be absent from the body, is to be present with the LORD" (2Co 5/8) WHAT BETTER PLACE ? I am keeping all of you lifted up in prayer, GOD WILL SUSTAIN YOU.

 

 

Jasmin Cervantes posted on 1/28/21

I worked for Doug at JCPenney. He was the sweetest most caring boss I ever had or known. A very SWEET soul! May you Rest In Peace

 

Wanda Knight posted on 1/28/21

Gone from our sight, but never from our hearts. Rest peacefully sweet Angie.

 

Jerry Sears posted on 1/28/21

Doug and I worked together in Killen, Tx. 1990-92. Soon after I moved to Greenspoint Houston I had an opportunity to bring Doug to Greenspoint as Sales Support Mgr. where we worked together for five years. His people skills were suberb...everyone loved Doug. He was a friend as well as employee. I will miss him. Condolences to his family.

 

Dorothy hillhouse posted on 1/28/21

Jake was a sweet and caring boy. He always made people laugh and smile. My prayers for the family and close friends. Jake is definitely missed. RIP sweet boy. 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

 

 

Dorothy Hillhouse posted on 1/28/21

My condolences to his family and friends. Jake was a loving and well mannered sweet boy. He was a great friend to my son harley Fitzgerald and hes definitely missed. Jake always put a smile on people's faces and always made people laugh. RIP sweet boy. I'm praying for the family and friends. 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

 

Breanna Humphrey posted on 1/28/21

Aunt Angie, I cant believe you're gone. we have many memories together that ill never forget <3 no matter how many years may pass. People absolutely adore you and can only hope to be as free and goofy as you! This weekend ill go hunting for arrow heads and cool rocks because i know it would make you smile. oh and ill jam out to house of gold because i know you love that song and it makes me think of you. - Breanna

 

Linda Henderson and JCP Associates posted on 1/28/21

Working with Doug at j C Penney in Stephenville was an honor. We were all like family and have many memories of those days. Prayers for the family at this time.

 

Hal Davis posted on 1/28/21

The Longs lived two doors north of us in Dix, IL and we had some wonderful fun as playmates growing up. Doug was a great guy largely because he (and David) had some of the best parents ever to walk the Earth! Our deepest condolences to David and Doug's family in this time of grief!

 

LINDA BENWARE posted on 1/28/21

My Condolences to Jake's family and friends. He was a good close friend to my granddaugher Shelby. On the few occasions their group was at my house and Jake impressed me with his sweetness, manners and charm! He will be greatly missed by many!! May the precious memories of Jake remain forever in your hearts!

 

Margie Waddock posted on 1/28/21

Doug and I have known each other for 45 years, and we were dating back in the 70's and 80's. He was one of the managers for the Tulsa JCP. He was the most amazing guy. Witty, clever, caring genuine and a blessing to hang out with. We re-connected on Facebook and I'm so thankful we had a chance to share our memories and make a few new ones over the last few years. He will be in my heart forever and so glad he is in the arms of Miss Paula. Although I never had the chance to meet her, I felt like I had known her through Doug. He was one of a kind and we lost a treasure. The angels have gained another saint! xoxo

 

 

kyle Miller posted on 1/28/21

Jake wasn't just my best friend he was a brother to me. He was a huge part of my life and I was lucky to have a best friend like him. I cant even exspress how much I will miss him. I promise you brother you will never be forgotten I love you bro. R.I.P

 

Fam Weaver posted on 1/28/21

Prayers for Jake's Family. May God give you all the strength needed in this time of tribulation - JOB 14:14-15

 

Betty Johnson posted on 1/28/21

Memories of how Jake loved being at his grandma's farm in Blum. Jake was a handsome young boy that loved his sister Kylie. His father, Jason loved Jake and Kylie so very much. I love you Jake.

 

[email protected] posted on 1/28/21

Betty Johnson

 

Fam Weaver posted on 1/28/21

Ms. Suellen, so very sorry for your loss. May James rest until the last day for the Resurrection - John 5:28-29

 

 

Shirley Diane Smith posted on 1/28/21

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Love you all Diane (Nance) Smith (cousin)

 

Juanita Childress posted on 1/28/21

Joseph, Glenda, Alisha, John, Ryder and all of Anfgie’s family, I am so very sorry for your loss of your precision girl. There are no words that can truly express how any of us feel during this time of grief. She brought so much joy and will from now on forever be an Angel in our hearts.

 

Nancy Schwartz posted on 1/27/21

Carolyn's obituary is a testament to a life well lived and well loved. She raised kind intelligent daughters and was so proud of them.

 

 

Grieg Mayberry posted on 1/27/21

Doug Long was one of the finest gentleman I've ever had the privilege of knowing. May God bless your family and loved ones above and beyond our wildest imagination. Love my old friend...Doug Long. ❤

 

Fam Weaver posted on 1/27/21

Condolences to the Family of Doug. We will be waiting with open arms in welcoming you back in the Resurrectiom mentioned in JOHN 5:28-29

 

Gayla Pirkle posted on 1/27/21

Mr.Monroe was a fine man, father and husband. His family adored him and all who knew him respected him and he was so kind. I know saying so long to a Daddy such as he is bittersweet.

 

 

Teresa & Billy Cobb (Cousins) posted on 1/27/21

I am truly sorry for you loss💔I would like to offer you an your family our deepest and most sincere condolence alone with our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. Angie will be truly missed by many! I'll always remember her smiling face driving up to Grannie Mable's & Uncle Doyle's place too visit. Love always and forever! "Rest In Peace Angie"

 

Fam Weaver posted on 1/27/21

Such a young pretty life gone. May God hold you in his memory like many will here on Earth. JOHN 5:28-29

 

Fam Vega posted on 1/27/21

May Martha rest for now until God calls her name. JOB 14:14, 15

 

Kelly and Lisa Norman posted on 1/27/21

You will forever be loved and missed by many. Prayers for all of the family and friends during this time. "Fly High David". Will see you when we get there.

 

Fam Weaver posted on 1/27/21

May John be in God's memory for the Resurrection - John 5:28-29

 

Fam Weaver posted on 1/27/21

James will forever be remembered by many and especially by his creator. Revelation 21:3, 4

 

chelita posted on 1/26/21

Rest in peace Norma. ISAIAH 25:8

 

Fam Weaver posted on 1/26/21

Rest in peace Joe. JOB 14:14,15

 

PHYLLIS DICKERSON posted on 1/26/21

IT WAS AN EXTREME BLESSING TO KNOW JOE. HE WAS SUCH A WONDERFUL MAN AND HE WILL BE SO VERY VERY MISSED.

 

Brenda Ott Beavers posted on 1/26/21

I am Brenda Faye Beaver .. Norma Ott baby girl .. I would love for just a few of you that new my mom in Granbury.. that is loved Tyler Texas with all her beloved friends which she had so many .. I will miss her calls and FaceTime at night it was our special time together being so far apart .. we would laugh and talk about our day .. there is nothing she didn’t know about my life or the family .. no I was not by her side when she passed .. not even a phone up to her ear to whisper a goodbye or I love you .. she wanted so bad for us to come get her and bring her here to our home for the peace and beauty of our land .. I am not sure how to get through each day without hearing her comforting voice of how much she loved and cared about me .. that I was truly wanted and was important to her .. she would always tell me Family is everything.. never forget that .. I love you Mom ... and I am waiting till the day I am back in your arms .. your Brenda ❤️

 

Carol Scanio posted on 1/26/21

I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Joe. He and his entire family hold a very special place in my heart. We were neighbors back in a time when neighbors were your best friends and were always there when you needed anything. There was always a lot of laughter when Joe was around. Betty, Steve, Tim, Becky and Joanna you are in my thoughts and prayers. Maybe Joe and my father are playing a little dominoes. Love to all.

 

Gayla Pirkle posted on 1/26/21

I had the pleasure of teaching this precious soul at Granbury Elementary. He had a smile that would light up his entire face. I am so sorry for his family.

 

 

Brittany N Wilson posted on 1/26/21

I love you memaw, & miss you more than you will ever know... I feel so bad for not being there, not being there for you when you needed me the most but for not being there for my father and the only family that has been there for me at all... the closest thing to a mother ive ever known .. if tears could bring you back you would be here . . . if words could ever express how bad I feel id say it , the one thing I'll miss more than your voice is your beautiful face & your hugs . 💔 i LOVE YOU & MISS YOU MEMAW & PAPAW ! 🌺😔 🌻🌹✨🌼💗💋❤💚💜💙💛💓💕💖💞

 

 

Jackie Gray posted on 1/26/21

Chandon your mischievous grin and sparkling eyes will be greatly missed. I love you little buddy.

 

Pam McGinty posted on 1/25/21

He was the sweetest, had the best personality, we will miss you my friend, with our deepest sympathy, Jamie, Martin(aka Chepe) and Pam

 

Sandie Riddle posted on 1/24/21

I am so very sorry for the loss of Chan. Your Memory of him will be forever. I did not know him but knowing a few of his family I know he was loved dearly and he will be missed. There is nothing I can say to ease your heart of his loss. I will continue to pray for all.

 

Linda W Etter posted on 1/24/21

My heart is broken. I wish I could have been with her to tell her good bye and how much I love her. I hold dear all the memories of family birthdays and Christmas gatherings at mama's house, the beach trips, long phone conversations, text messages, and laughing until our sides hurt. I will never forget. "Only memories never die" she wrote in a poem after our father's death. My memories of her will never die.

 

Alain Briancon posted on 1/23/21

I met Chuck at TX72 (not TX14 for those who know). He was a most talented quiet, focused manager and mentor. His even keel approach to design, development, HR was one to be inspired by. I have the funniest memory of a trip with did to secure paging in china. 30+ hours to get to Beijing (DFW, LA, Vancouver, SFO, Seoul, Beijing) with Kimchee for breakfast and the Chicago Bulls on TV in a snowstorm of bad pixels. Brilliant time from someone I admired and admire. My most condolences to Sandy and the rest of the Rauch family.

 

 

Lisa Jones posted on 1/23/21

Mike, it's been one year since you left this world and I miss you alot. You'll always be in my heart .I love you and I'll always will cherish beautiful memories of you in my heart . . Michael D. Meyers is

 

Rhonda J. Braudis posted on 1/23/21

Safely Home. "I am home in Heaven, dear ones; Oh, so happy and so bright! There is perfect joy and beauty In this everlasting light. All the pain and grief is over, Every restless tossing passed; I am now at peace forever, Safely home in Heaven at last...There is work still waiting for you, So you must not idly stand; Do it now, while life remaineth, you shall rest in Jesus' land. When that work is all completed, He will gently call you Home; Oh, the rapture of that meeting, Oh, the joy to see you come! One last long and slow salute to honor a fellow Veteran, Patriot, Christian Soldier, Husband to Christine and Father of my life long Best Friend. RIP Al, I know you're in God's hands now. Rhonda & Russ

 

chelita posted on 1/23/21

Rest in peace mr. Donald Revelation 21:3-4

 

chelita posted on 1/23/21

Chan family, i'm so sorry for your loss. Chan will always be in God's memory and will never be forgotten - Job 14:14,15

 

John Williams posted on 1/23/21

Chandon always had a story to tell worked with me at the Shaw’s Gibson’s store in Granbury and I let him drive us home before he had a license.

 

J posted on 1/22/21

My loving memory . Peace, Don

 

Margie Wood Gray posted on 1/22/21

Chandon was a very sweet person inside & out! He will be missed forever!❤️

 

 

Gary & Cathy Stapleton posted on 1/22/21

We were blessed to know Allen. He’s now home.

 

Turk posted on 1/22/21

Chan was my oldest nephew. I loved him very, very much.

 

LJ and Sue Childs posted on 1/22/21

We were saddened to hear that Max had passed away. He was a Great Guy!!

 

LJ and Sue Childs posted on 1/22/21

Thinking of all of you during this most difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Tonya Randall posted on 1/22/21

You're in my Prayers!

 

Patti Fry Edwards posted on 1/22/21

I am so very sorry. He was a sweetheart and the first baby I loved before Tamara. It was always a delight to see him and visit for a bit. He will be missed!

 

Meloni Vernon posted on 1/22/21

Shirley, you were a good friend to my mom Gloria. Y'all had some good times as neighbors. Thank you for watching out for her. I know you are dancing in heaven.

 

Shelia Ashcraft posted on 1/22/21

R.I.P. Shirley. I will always remember the times we spent together my friend.

 

 

Bryan Davis posted on 1/21/21

She was always so much fun to be around. I cherish my memories of my Aunt Nadine

 

Linda hollingsworth posted on 1/21/21

To a very special friend who I will greatly miss love always Linda Hollingsworth

 

 

Kay Forney posted on 1/21/21

Rest in peace old soldier.

 

 

Sinda Thomas Blust posted on 1/20/21

Some of my favorite memories of my dad are of my dad teaching me, my sister, and my brother to fish on the banks of many creeks, streams, and lakes throughout the country. Dad bought all three of us cane poles complete with bobbers that would be pulled under the water as soon as you had a "bite", meaning a fish took the hook. Dad had endless, loving patience as he was an avid angler fishing at every opportunity and loved nothing more than the company of his three devoted students for which our mom was very grateful. Thanks to dad I've enjoyed the peaceful calm of casting a line from the banks of many creeks, streams and lakes after graduating from my cane pole. Thanks dad and I hope you're catching the big ones in Heaven.

 

Rick & Dianne Northam Tharp posted on 1/20/21

We have been Friends with SCOTT & MARSHA for "close" to 30 YRs now. We knew & loved THEIR Son, GARRETT - "even before" he was born. OUR Memories go back a Looooong Way. Through OUR Looooong Friendship with them, we came to know & love WAYNE & MARY, equally as well. I have thinking about when WAYNE used to go Snowmobiling with US in Jackson Hole - WHAT FUN WE ALL Enjoyed !! He, being a TEXAS "SUNSHINE Boy", was a Good Sport taking-on this Activity in OUR HEAVY WYOMING "White-out Snows" !! WAYNE had a SMART & INQUISITIVE Engineering Mind - ALWAYs a Fun Fella to chat with !! I am LIKEWISE Remembering HIS Interest in restoring SCOTTs Old 1980 "280-ZX" Vintage Car for GrandSon, GARRETT. ALSO Thinking about MARY - HER being a Talented PIANIST & HER Deep Love of HER Church and MUSIC & SINGING and HER Pride in HER Church Choir. PLUS Thinking about MARYs Great QUILTING & HER SMART Seamstress Skills, too. SHE even made a Cute WESTERN VEST that RICK has enjoyed wearing for approximately 25+ years now. WAYNE & MARY were SO INCREDIBLY Proud of THEIR Family and THEIR "TX A&M" Heritage. This was a GREAT AMERICAN COUPLE with Love & Devotion to Church & Family & Friends & Country. They are missed. "Rest In Peace", dear ones.

 

Rick & Dianne Northam Tharp posted on 1/20/21

We have been Friends with SCOTT & MARSHA for "close" to 30 YRs now. We knew & loved THEIR Son, GARRETT - "even before" he was born. OUR Memories go back a Looooong Way. Through OUR Looooong Friendship with them, we came to know & love WAYNE & MARY, equally as well. I have thinking about when WAYNE used to go Snowmobiling with US in Jackson Hole - WHAT FUN WE ALL Enjoyed !! He, being a TEXAS "SUNSHINE Boy", was a Good Sport taking-on this Activity in OUR HEAVY WYOMING Snows !! WAYNE had a SMART & INQUISITIVE Engineering Mind - ALWAYs a Fun Fella to chat with !! I am LIKEWISE Remembering HIS Interest in restoring SCOTTs Old 1980 "280-ZX" Vintage Car for GrandSon, GARRETT. ALSO Thinking about MARY - HER being a Talented PIANIST & HER Deep Love of HER Church and MUSIC & SINGING and HER Pride in HER Church Choir. PLUS Thinking about MARYs Great QUILTING & HER SMART Seamstress Skills, too. SHE even made a Cute WESTERN VEST that RICK has enjoyed wearing for approximately 25+ years now. WAYNE & MARY were SO INCREDIBLY Proud of THEIR Family and THEIR "TX A&M" Heritage. This was a GREAT AMERICAN COUPLE with Love & Devotion to Church & Family & Friends & Country. They are missed - “Rest In Peace”, dearly beloved ones.

 

 

Amy and Shawn Asbell posted on 1/19/21

Wayne was a true gentleman. He loved his family and was a great inspiration to us all! He was proud of his A & M heritage and even more proud to watch his son and then grandson earn their rings.

 

Shelle Purtscher posted on 1/19/21

Growing up I always thought Uncle Al was so cool. He had an Elvis coal black hairstyle all slicked back. He had a real deep voice too that kind of made me feel like I had done something wrong when I hadn’t! Aunt Chris was so pretty to. They were a handsome couple and I loved to see them “jitterbug” at family reunions. We grew up in a very large extended family and had many family gatherings and that was a great part of my childhood. I miss those days. I miss the people we have lost.

 

wendy morgan posted on 1/19/21

Cindy was a valued member of the Children's Hospital Association Accreditation/Regulatory forum. She was always willing to share her Accreditation/Regulatory knowledge! I learned a lot from her over the last 7 ½ years (length of time in my ARR role). Lifting up prayers for peace and comfort to her family and all who knew and loved her!

 

Minh Pham posted on 1/19/21

I had never met Mr. Max Morrison but felt connected through his kind and caring daughter Mary Morrison. I could tell he was a great Dad!

 

Bryant Eddy posted on 1/18/21

So sorry for your loss Jerry.

 

Morris Tackett posted on 1/18/21

Max was one of my favorite people . Loved talking to him and his dry sense of humor .

 

Cindy Adams posted on 1/18/21

I’m so sorry for the loss of Cindy. I am so honored that I got to work for her. She was a wonderful person.

 

 

Robert D Wicks posted on 1/18/21

Sorry to hear the sad news. Chuck was my manager at Motorola for a period of time where I learned a lot from him. My condolences for a really great guy to work for.

 

 

Mary Joe Steed posted on 1/18/21

This candle is lit in honor of Max's life. He was a good man, and we will miss him.

 

 

Sharon Foster posted on 1/18/21

You will leave such a hole in our hearts. I still hear your boisterous laughter when I close my eyes. You will be dearly missed.

 

Karen Ward posted on 1/18/21

Burt, Katie, Tripp and Amanda, my thoughts and prayers are with you during this most difficult time. Cindy will be missed! Love always,

 

Lori Gonzalez posted on 1/18/21

You are in our thoughts and prayers

 

Karen Frank posted on 1/18/21

Mr. Reynolds joy in life and love of music brought the joy of Christ Jesus’ love to all he met. That light will shine from his heart forever.

 

John Potocki posted on 1/18/21

I met Chuck in 1990 at Motorola and followed him in paging, GSM and ASTRO25 businesses throughout my 20yr career there. Chuck was my mentor and a wonderful friend. Chuck touched so many lives at work, its hard to describe his impact at Motorola. He will be sorely missed. My condolences to Sandy and the rest of the Rauch family.

 

Cynthia Gonzalez posted on 1/18/21

Rest in peace Cindy. You are with the angels now in a beautiful place

 

Cynthia Gonzalez posted on 1/18/21

Rest in Peace Cindy....you are with the angels now

 

Fam Weaver posted on 1/18/21

The day will come when you mr. Olen will live again and will have the opportunity to be young again and full of strength says God in JOB 33:25

 

Rita Morris posted on 1/17/21

I am so very sorry for your loss Eva. My heart and my prayers are with you and your family during this time.

 

Mary Bell posted on 1/17/21

Natasha was a childhood friend and lived next door to me. I had lost touch with her after she married. As a child, she was always fun loving. She was a bit older than me and I looked up to her as the big sister I never had.

 

 

Regiena Thomas Murray posted on 1/17/21

So many great memories of a great man and wonderful father. On of my favorites was watching dad and mom dance at my wedding. I love you, Dad

 

 

Renee Leonard posted on 1/17/21

Renee Leonard, was a cousin of Larry leonard

 

posted on 1/16/21

Ami, We miss you so much. What a sweet daughter we were blessed with. Daddy and Mommy think of you every moment of everyday

 

Bobby Cloud posted on 1/16/21

Doug may you rest in peace and meet with all your family and friends, You were one of a kind, nice, funny always there to help others. may God bless your family and friends in this time of need

 

 

Clint c posted on 1/16/21

Sorry for your loss

 

Don Huffman posted on 1/16/21

Very appreciative of the extensive US Army Service of M/Sgt. Allen Thomas for our country. Prayers go up to heaven for comfort for his family and many friends in their loss. May he rest in Paradise in this his final deployment in Heaven with his Creator and Lord.. d Huffman, Army vet (Cpt) and DFW Honor Guard member

 

Jeannie Miller posted on 1/16/21

I remember Doug when I was a little girl ... Loved him so much. I thought he was so good looking. He was very kind. I am not a blood relative but I still was a Davis girl. I felt like we were blood relatives. I know I was not living in the area after I grew up but I always felt like I had a connection. I truly will miss Doug. Rest in peace. Family Love

 

cheo posted on 1/16/21

Rest in peace cindy. God has you in his memory for the Resurrection coming - Job 14:14, 15

 

Norma and Gary Hubbard posted on 1/15/21

Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Your neighbors.

 

 

Merrick Frese posted on 1/15/21

Gary your first grandbaby was short lived. I'm sorry for your loss.

 

Paul & Karla Aaron posted on 1/15/21

So sorry to hear about Todd. He was always friendly and had a smile on his face. We lost a good man here on earth but as Paul the Apostle says he has earned his heavenly reward. Thank the Lord for the Blessed Hope.

 

Fam Vega posted on 1/15/21

Rest in peace Doug. God and the world you impacted will never forget you. Isaiah 33:24

 

Angela Bell posted on 1/15/21

Beth and family - we are so saddened to hear about Tod. We have so many good memories of time spent with you all. You are in our prayers. We love you.

 

Fam Weaver posted on 1/15/21

Rest in peace ms. Sandra. God has you in his memory - Isaiah 33:24

 

Phoebe Robe posted on 1/15/21

Hayden becoming a father was such a huge shock to me but, I was so proud of him to hear him stepping up. Braiden was his pride and join. As James would say Hayden always wanted to start a family and was so happy for Hayden. We miss the little angel everyday

 

Fam Weaver posted on 1/15/21

Tod, a young man gone too soon. So sorry for your loss. Rest in peace Tod. Revelation 21:3, 4

 

Mike Maloney posted on 1/14/21

I met Chuck in 1994 when I joined Motorola. He and I worked together for 13 years as peers. We worked for 6 different bosses over that period. His career deservedly blossomed after GSM. We shared many long flights and drinks along the way to Asia. We ate really weird food in China, we were on a first name basis with the Admirals Club “desk” ladies in Japan (who always upgraded us to First Class back to Dallas before AA got gates in China). We ate disgusting durian in Singapore, drank way to much Moutai in China, enjoyed the “baseball filet mignon cut with lobster” at Dallas Del Frisco’s with Paging customers and had each other’s back. We indeed helped each other but I definitely got the better end of the bargain. He was my “best friend” at Motorola. We both had three sons and shared the challenges and joys. I’m proud to say Chuck was my friend and very proud to have worked with him and to have known the love of his life, Sandy.

 

Texanne Amstutz Sotack posted on 1/14/21

Blessed repose and eternal memory

 

Phyllis DeLong posted on 1/14/21

Tod was loved by our family, a great friend to David and Shelley. Our hearts go out to his family.

 

Cassandra Roberts posted on 1/14/21

I remember the day catalina was teaching you how to fist bump an grabbed your little hand I loved me an your mama got to watch you learn that we miss you dearly baby boy fly high

 

Sue Childs posted on 1/14/21

Thinking of all of you at this most difficult time. May you find comfort in knowing he is with our Lord now. And may His loving arms wrap around you, giving each one of you comfort, and peace. My deepest sympathy!

 

 

Crystral Cripps posted on 1/14/21

His mom, grandma and I were giving him meds for colic Braiden made the funniest face that made us all laugh for a good 5 minutes. I'm sure neither of us will ever forget that moment we all shared. I love and miss you, Braiden. You'll always be Aunt Crystral"s LittleMan

 

 

Patricia Hanson posted on 1/13/21

So sorry for your loss, may you find comfort in your memories

 

Patricia Hanson posted on 1/13/21

I'm so lost, we have been friends for so many years and went thru the good,the bad and the ugly, you were family. I can see you sipping that coffee and painting rainbows in heaven. You will always be remembered my friend and I wish you infinity coffee, art supplies and sewing stuff and as your very last text to me said.....huggs

 

Fam Weaver posted on 1/13/21

Rest in peace Allen. JOB 14:14-15

 

 

Michaela posted on 1/13/21

My deepest sympathies to you and your family.

 

cheo posted on 1/13/21

Test in peace mr. Bobby. You left many precious memories. May God bring you back in the Resurrection - Job 14:14-15

 

Fam Vega posted on 1/13/21

May Pam sleep for a short time because God has better plans for her. JOB 14:14-15

 

 

Carol Lentz posted on 1/13/21

Such a sweet soul. Pam knew no stranger. She was a very talented artist and quilter. She will be missed. I love you Pam. Rip

 

Shirley Glasco Jahnsen posted on 1/12/21

Bonnie, so sorry I cannot be there for your mother’s service. Just know that I am praying for y’all and you are in my thoughts and prayers. Love you.

 

Love, Sonja McGrew Long posted on 1/12/21

Oh how I wish I knew Mike. My childhood memories fail me. I hear he was easy to love and so full of goodness. May you find peace during this difficult time in God’s loving arms.

 

Donna Morgan posted on 1/9/21

Glad we talked! I will miss you! Say hey to Eddie for me!!! Rock on my sweet buddy!!! I love you much!

 

Fam Weaver posted on 1/9/21

Condolences to the Family of Donny. Isaiah 33:24, Job 14:14-15

 

Nick and Laura Rendone posted on 1/8/21

Sandy: I heard rumors of Chuck’s passing about a week ago but was unable to confirm it until I saw this obituary. Your Christmas card/letter from him was postmarked on December 18th and everything sounded fine so we were quite shocked. We are DEEPLY sorry for your loss and you, Steve, Matt and Kevin have our deepest sympathy. I hope you know how much Chuck and you always meant to me.

 

Les & Marci Barton posted on 1/8/21

Hallie will be missed by many. I didn’t know her for too long but sure enjoyed her. She was a dear. She’s with Jesus now dancing and singing I imagine and with those who left before her. I know you, the family, miss her greatly.

 

Fam Weaver posted on 1/8/21

Ms. Hallie will never be forgotten. Her creator took good notice of all her good deeds. May she rest in peace until the Resurrection - JOB 14:14-15

 

Ed and Vonda Clerke posted on 1/8/21

We are sorry for your loss. May you find comfort and peace through Jesus during this time of mourning.

 

chelita posted on 1/8/21

Rest in peace ms. Dorothy, God has better plans for you - John 5:28-29

 

 

Pascal MICHOTEY posted on 1/8/21

We were very sorry to hear about Mike's passing and will always remember him. Our thoughts go to his friends and family. L.F.E Team, France

 

Leanna and Chris Nava posted on 1/7/21

I am so saddened by the passing of your sweet girl. Sweet Bravelyn’s smile, beautiful eyes and tiny little voice will always be in my heart. Praying for you each and everyday.

 

John Hincapie posted on 1/7/21

Al final del 2019 comparti muchas experiencias con mi amigo Mike Guinn, su personalidad, su carisma, y su profesionalismo me indicaron, que estaba frente a una persona realmente maravillosa. Te extrañare mi amigo y se que nos veremos en el día de la resurrección y por toda la eternidad...

 

Janet Ficklin posted on 1/7/21

Aunt Leeta was one of the most gracious, generous, and loving women that I’ve had the pleasure of knowing. She always remembered our birthdays (Frank C., Miriam and Sara) with lovely gifts and cards. Aunt Leeta had so much energy! It was hard to keep up with her. And she was always happy. Aunt Leeta what an amazing legacy you have left for all of us!

 

Jeri Lykke posted on 1/7/21

Our sincere condolences. Jo Cash (my mom) sends her love, hugs and prayers.

 

Waymond & Glenda Horton posted on 1/7/21

Our hearts are deeply sadden by your loss. We cannot imagine how you are suffering. We are praying for God's loving arms holding & comforting you at this loss. We love you & will continue to pray for your comfort.

 

Waymond & Glenda Horton posted on 1/7/21

 

Deborah D GinnFrost ‘Flores posted on 1/7/21

What an amazing man. Mike was life, he was always smiling and never passed you without saying hi or giving you a hug. What a loss to the Aviation Industry. He will be missed by so many. Aviation has lost a good man. RIP Mike we will all meet again one day and start up the conversation where we all left off the last time we all met. Our hearts are broken. 💔💔🙏

 

Hannelore Lechner posted on 1/6/21

No one can prepare you for a loss ; it comes like a swift wind. Howeever , take comfort in knowing that he is resting in the arms of our Lord. We are sorry for your loss. You will live in our memories forever .

 

Delaina Milligan posted on 1/6/21

Mr. Mike, I am in shock to hear you your passing. Though we didn't speak often, when we did, it was as if we spoke all the time and was mearly catching up. Praying for your family as the Lord sees them through this tough time. With deep fondness, your next door neighbor, Delaina & Anthony Milligan.

 

Steve Perez posted on 1/6/21

I knew Mike only through our interactions from work. I enjoyed our calls and our visits on the rare times that we saw each other. Not knowing Mike well was not a barrier to knowing that he was a good man. I smile as I remember him today, not because I knew Mike so well but because he was just one of those spirits that are good and show it without even trying. I will miss my interaction with Mike. My thoughts are with Mike's family, I am sure he will be missed. I pray that you take solace in the fact that you obviously were loved so much, and Mike's good spirit came from your love of him.

 

Leslie Finnigan posted on 1/6/21

Leeta was special in my life. She was a connection to my roots through Frank. Frank was my mother's first cousin and of all the family members - we stayed close to Frank and Leeta and their family. Leeta was the ultimate lady and a real role model for so many women - we need more like her for this generation and for upcoming generations. I have so many fond memories of her. I have been blessed to have her in my life.

 

 

Shifflett family. posted on 1/6/21

Our deepest condolences. Love y’all!

 

Dennis Davis posted on 1/6/21

What a wonderful guy. A joy to know and converse with about any subject known to man. Will be greatly missed.

 

Marjorie Molina posted on 1/6/21

Condolences to the family. I also want to share my thoughts and prayers to Leeta's daughter-in-law Sharon Ficklin the widow of Tom Ficklin who was not mentioned in the obiturary.

 

Marjorie Molina posted on 1/6/21

A beautiful person rest in peace.

 

Marjorie Molina posted on 1/6/21

Condolences to all the family.

 

 

Johan Eriksson posted on 1/6/21

I will remember you Mike as a man witg great knowledge and passion, lots of humour and a warm heart. Rest in peace my friend ❤

 

Fam Weaver posted on 1/6/21

"Bravelyn", what a perfect name for a beautiful baby. Family stewart, with deep heart i am truly sorry for your loss. God has this child in his memory and yearns to bring her back in the Resurrection mentioned in John 5:28-29. Rest assure that bravelyn is not suffering, she is in deep sleep says Ecclesiastes 9:5. Shes waiting for that call - Job 14:14-15

 

 

Michael Kunze posted on 1/6/21

Hi Mike, we knew each other only for three years, but i will miss your sense of humor. Michael

 

Phoebe Whitney posted on 1/5/21

Bravelyn’s smile and joyfulness will forever be in my heart. I am so sorry this happened and I want you to know that I am here for you now and always for whatever you may need. May God be with you Kristen and Jeremy and continue to guide you step by step, day by day.

 

Raymond Vasquez posted on 1/5/21

I don't think I'll ever forget the image from the shore of lake Granbury while I was fishing in my boat I saw Jeremy on the bank at the park with his dog and there came Kristen and the children baby Bravelyn in her arms. Such a beautiful picture of a loving family. She will always be part of the family. I love y'all. Uncle Raymond

 

cheo posted on 1/5/21

Rest in peace Ms. Shirley ISAIAH 33:24

 

cheo posted on 1/5/21

Ms. Shirley, rest in peace. Your creator has you in his memory - ISAIAH 33:24

 

chelita posted on 1/5/21

A beautiful lady gone. Rest in prace Leeta. JOB 14:14-15

 

Michael Gardiner posted on 1/5/21

Our thoughts are with Mike's family at this very difficult time. I've known Mike for over 25 years and always admired his passion, determination and ability to do whatever he set his mind to. His love for anything aviation was infectious. Mike will be greatly missed. Until we meet again my friend.

 

Fam Weaver posted on 1/5/21

Ernest rest in peace. We know you are resting like God says in Ecclesiastes 9:5. Millions await a Resurrection, gods promise in John 5:28-29

 

Ida Benitez posted on 1/5/21

Ms. Leeta, you’ll definitely be missed in MC (Memory Care). Your contagious smile always made my day and kept me smiling. May you rest in peace. Susan, thank you for sharing Momma with us. ❤️

 

Fam Vega posted on 1/5/21

RIP Marian. Your life and legacy still lives on in Gods memory and have the opportumity to live again according to his promise found in JOB 14:14,15

 

Susan Ficklin posted on 1/5/21

Dede was a great comfort to my family over the past 16 years and the changes we had to made along the way. She always had a smile and a minute to listen to your banking needs or estate advice. My condolences to her family and friends. She was a sweet and kind person!

 

Eric Bingham-Kumpf posted on 1/5/21

I just learned of Cindy's passing and my sympathy goes out to her family. Cindy and I met in 1973, we were in 8th grade together all the way up to graduation from Granbury High School. She will be missed by those who knew her.

 

Ruth Turner posted on 1/5/21

Eva, I am so sorry for your grief. I appreciate the friendship I have had with you and Jerel for many years. Jan, Jerel and Kenneth, prayers go out to you too. Love ya'll. Ruth

 

 

Bob and Debbie McGrew posted on 1/5/21

Mike, you are going to be sadly missed by family and friends. R.I.P.

 

Chuck Carollo posted on 1/5/21

Hope you are playing in the band in heaven. Love you brother. Hope to see you there.

 

Shauna posted on 1/5/21

I have loved her my whole life and it breaks my heart that she is not going to be here for my grandbabies to feel her amazing love, but at the same time, feels me with joy to know that she is at peace,she will never be forgotten

 

Kathy Mata-Smith posted on 1/5/21

This woman changed my life in the last of my high school year 1978. I was extremely shy so I never had friends during the 4 years in high school. My 12th grade English teacher at Green B. Trimble High School ask me to enter a writing contest. I don’t know why she ask me since I was pretty much invisible to the world. She helped me with my spelling and I won an opportunity to be one of the finalist representing my school. I attended a country club dinner which gave me the ability to treat my parents to something a mechanic and a housewife may have never experienced in their life. Thank You Mrs. Beeman, God Bless you Always

 

Kevin G. posted on 1/4/21

Ernie is and was an amazing friend. If I ever needed a pick me up or back up he always picked up the phone. You will be missed sir. Thanks for being here much love.

 

Charlie B. Keathley posted on 1/4/21

I was sorry to learn the news of Barbara belatedly. Keeping Woody and all of Barbara's family in my thoughts and prayers,

 

Charlie Belle Keathley posted on 1/4/21

My late brother, Carl, was one of Larry's musician friends back in their High School days. They jammed together many times prior to Carl joining the Navy and the other musicians becoming The Heartbeats, also. Larry had a lot of musical talent. In addition, Larry's parents, Grandmother Witt, brother, Danny and extended family were all our close family friends as well as most all being my paper route customers back in the day. Continuing to keep all of Larry's family and friends in my prayers,

 

Charlie Belle Keathley posted on 1/4/21

Celinda leaves a beautiful legacy. She was always beautiful inside and out. It was a joy to be her friend. I shall always cherish her loving kindness. With continued prayers for you Ronald and all of Celinda's family and friends, Charlie Belle Keathley

 

Pam Summers posted on 1/4/21

I met Dee Dee in 2013 when my mother n law passed away. Her and Debbie were so kind and helpful. In 2018 when my husband was very ill, Dee Dee was such a huge support for me. After he passed away. I couldn’t have made it without her and Debbie. We lost a great friend. Rest easy sweet Dee Dee, you are loved and will be greatly missed. Love and prayers to her family!

 

Fam Vega posted on 1/4/21

Rest in peace Iretha. JOB 14:14-15

 

Misty posted on 1/4/21

Dede will missed by so much, she was always smiling, laughing, joking around! The life of the party for sure. I can't count the number of time this woman made me laugh so hard I cried. She was always willing to help anyone in need. Beautiful inside and out!!! So many fun lake days and patio nights that will never be forgotten. Sending my love.

 

Brigitte Stevens posted on 1/4/21

Will miss mike ,we allways talk about germany ,and how much fun it is ,he wars kind and caring person,will miss all the fun we all had,

 

 

Faybress Smith posted on 1/4/21

Sherrie, sorry for your loss but you inherited some wonderful attributes of your Mothers. You are a Blessed family because bus drivers are very special people but you can’t top a caring Mother.

 

cheo posted on 1/4/21

Rest in peace Ms. Cheryl. May God keep you in his memory and bring you back among the millions expecting to rise in the last day - John 5:28-29

 

 

Elizabeth Holden posted on 1/4/21

I will love and miss you aunt reatha

 

Fam Weaver posted on 1/4/21

Family Grizzard, so sorry for your loss. Dede was still a young lady but death has no respect. You are all in our prayers. ISAIAH 33:24

 

Jasmine Phan posted on 1/3/21

I am blessed to have known Nanny. She was truly a sweetheart while my time in Texas and I will miss her. My condolences.

 

Laura Hewitt posted on 1/3/21

The world lost a very special person and haven gained an angle.

 

Charlie & Anna Parrish posted on 1/3/21

What a dear sweet lady. We met Robbie & Bill at Walk to Emmaus & cherish our time with them ❤️

 

 

Holley Holleman posted on 1/3/21

May you forever Rest In Peace Jean. You were loved by many. I am confident Frances met you at the Gate.

 

Glenda Cross posted on 1/3/21

The first time we met DeDe, we were new to Granbury and drove by the bank for hours. Her and Ms Debbie came running out asking if we wanted a flu shot. They acted like they had know us forever. That is the way she was, The bank will not be the same.

 

April Holtzman posted on 1/2/21

Dear Kelli, Hugs and love sending to you. Loosing a mom is one of the hardest things one has to endure in life. I wish I could have known her, but really through you I did know her! My mom's middle name was Frances, kinda cool. I will be sure to make a donation to the Foster's children's home in her name. Love to you, Sam and Catfish at this difficult time.

 

Alecia Maxwell posted on 1/2/21

You always made me smile and was good for a laugh. You brightened my day every time you came in! I will miss you greatly!

 

Johnny Cook posted on 1/2/21

She has been my friend for 5 years, since I started working for FNB. She was the last person I talked to before I took Christmas vacation. After her advice, her wisdom , I hugged her and wished her a Merry Christmas! My God , this hurts!

 

 

Gail posted on 1/2/21

You were loved and will be missed. I pray that God will comfort your loved ones.

 

chelita posted on 1/2/21

Michael rest in peace. May God remember you in the Resurrection - John 5:28-29

 

chelita posted on 1/2/21

Deepest condolences family cook. Dave will be truly missed. God has a better opportunity for him according to his promise found in JOB 14:14-15

 

Sandra Runkle posted on 1/2/21

My uncle, my mother’s baby brother. He was the youngest of 11 children and very loved by the family. I love you Uncle Wayne and you will be missed. So sorry for your loss, LaNell and family.

 

LORANA Cook Rush posted on 1/2/21

My Dad, Aubrey Clyde Cook, was David’s brother. Prayers to your family.

 

 

Gutierrez Family posted on 1/1/21

Rest In Peace Wonderful neighbor You will be missed

 

Kent Sawyers posted on 1/1/21

You lit up a room when you came in and brought laughter. When I think of the word “family” I think of you. You were loyal, a survivor and a loving soul. Until we gather again you will be thought of often. Soon, very soon we will all worship be together as family and praise Jesus. Love, Kent and Family

 

 

Brenda Turner posted on 1/1/21

Loved you Jean very much! Enjoyed every visit and talk we had together, especially our last one in November. We never know when it might be our last. I am saddened by your loss. You will forever be in my heart! Thank you for loving me and my family. You were a true person who cared about others. Love you and will miss you ❤️💔❣️

 

Bob and Lynda Verduzco posted on 1/1/21

1975 David and LaNell welcomed my family to Granbury, helped us get our first home and remained friends throughout our lives. David was a fine man and one who I have the utmost respect for. RIP

 

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Barbara Penix

 

Fam Vega posted on 1/1/21

Rest in peace Bill. God will never forget part of his creation - Revelation 21:3,4

 

Jimmie Lou Lummus posted on 1/1/21

Bill was more brother than brother-in-law. He was much loved by our whole family. So much fun to be with, & when he & Jean got to telling stories we would all be rolling with laughter. I miss our family jam sessions so much, & can’t wait to be with all of them again.

 

Sharon S Armstrong posted on 12/31/20

Hey Bill! You were always so wonderful and kind to me at church. You always made a point of telling me how pretty I was!!! You always made me smile and warmed my heart with your ways!!! Thank you for teaching me something new everyone you lead our class!!! Love you very much and sure do miss you! But I know you are not hurting now and that comforts me so much!!!

 

Mike and Karen Cae posted on 12/31/20

We are honored to have known Robert and privileged to have been able to take him to church the last few years! We loved him very much and shall miss him!!

 

Mike and Karen Cae posted on 12/31/20

We were honored to have known Robert and be able to take him to church the last few years! He was a very sweet soul and we loved him very much!

 

Glenda and Angus Accaputo posted on 12/31/20

We will all miss Bill’s beautiful mandolin playing in our band at Triple Cross, his sense of humor, and his strong biblical insights at bible study. He was a joy to be around. He is now in the presence of our Lord and reunited in Heaven with his cousin, Joe and other loved ones and friends. Rejoice and explore Heaven’s bounty until we meet again. Well done, sir!!

 

Glenda and Angus Accaputo posted on 12/31/20

We will all miss Mr Bill playing his mandolin in our band at Triple Cross, as well as at our bible study. It was an honor to know such a devout and kind Christian man, whose sense of humor was a delight to all, as well. We know he is happy and healthy now in Heaven, and reunited with his cousin Joe and his other friends and loved ones there. The Lord welcomed him home, and we here are left to miss him. But we will see him again and hear his voice and music again. Rejoice and explore Heaven’s delights, Brother Bill, till we meet again!!

 

Dr. Alan Wimberley posted on 12/31/20

We have memories. And those memories make us who we are. Joe Bass, and those who played beautiful bluegrass memories along with him, are significant parts of who I am. Joe was so respected by me and I loved him and his music so much. As his legacy live on. Dr. Alan Wimberley

 

 

Steven Massey posted on 12/31/20

I love you grandma! Rest In Peace! Steven Massey

 

Sherrie Haynes posted on 12/30/20

Bill was one of a kind. We met him at Triple Cross. We loved eating with him on Wednesday nights and then sitting by him at Bible study. He called our little girl "Miss Haggard" because she loved signing Merle Haggard songs. We will miss Bill but know we will see him again one day. -The Manders Family

 

MICHELLE L LORZ posted on 12/30/20

You are truly missed Leon. I will always remember my times I got to spend at the Rod Runs. I was allowed to swear, as long as it was in the context of the Chicken Shit contest. I've ridden in a rumble seat, I've seen the Mr. Bubbles car and countless other memories. I love you a lot. Love Michelle

 

Fam Weaver posted on 12/30/20

Deepest condolences to Jackie's family. Our thoughts are with you. ISAIAH 33:24

 

Max LaDuke posted on 12/30/20

Gerald and I started with the fire dept at the same time. Have many happy memories of our relationship. Pray the Lord will give his family peace.

 

Vincent Sawyers posted on 12/30/20

One of my favorite people in the world who my Grandparents and our family cared deeply for. She always showed our family a lot of love and was always there for us if we needed her. She was dedicated to us all. Vincent Sawyers and Family

 

 

Paul and Carol Finneman posted on 12/30/20

May you RIP Leon.

 

Paula McCown Tengram posted on 12/30/20

Jackie was a close friend in high school. We made numerous circles around the court house and Karla's. I was so shocked that she came down with Covid-19. I wish this virus had never entered our country. I know Jackie's loss will be very hard to accept by her family, friends and classmates. Please accept our prayers for all of you.

 

Paula McCown Tengram posted on 12/30/20

Jackie was a good friend in high school. We made lots of circles around the Court house and Karla's. I know her family will miss her deeply as will her classmates. I was shocked she had gotten Covid-19 and wish we had never seen it come into this country.

 

Becky Green posted on 12/30/20

Kris, I didn't know your mom well, but her quiet welcoming nature and acts of loving service touched me. I remember once when our Bible class "retreated" at her and your dad's home, she gifted each person with a small jar of homemade jelly - what a thoughtful and kind gift. She also told me one time that she tries to visit her granddaughters in Abilene every month. I was impressed by her dedication and determination to love in this way. She was a great example. We continue to pray for your comfort and peace. Love, Becky

 

Lolly Saldivar posted on 12/29/20

I’m so sorry to hear of Jackie’s passing. She was a great nurse and a blessing to work with at SACMC in San Angelo,Texas. She will be greatly missed. One of the best L&D nurses I had the honor to work with my condolences to her family. Love you Jackie❤️

 

Michelle Dingman Gilbreath posted on 12/29/20

Jackie was a dear friend and nursing colleague of mine when I was young and just having my babies. She was there with me in the operating room when my second child was born. My girls were flower girls for her daughters wedding. She was one of a kind !! Her friendship to me was a rock in rocky times. Her and Larry allowed me and my family to live with them when we didn’t have a home. She helped me clean a house we bought and was the most amazing friend to me !!

 

Diane Szudera posted on 12/29/20

I had the privilege of getting to know Leon through his connection with Home On The Range. He served on our Board of Directors for many years! His love for the children we serve was apparent in his selfless giving of his time and talent to our organization. I also enjoyed visiting Leon in his print shop. He always had a story to share and was a great story-teller! Rest in peace, Leon, you will be missed.

 

 

Charlie B. Keathley posted on 12/29/20

My family and I valued Ed's friendship and work as a firefighter in Glen Rose Continued thoughts and prayers for his family and friends,

 

Charlie B. Keathley posted on 12/29/20

Russell was one of my late brother, Carl's Glen Rose School classmates. He and his family were our mother, Delorees, friends. I am sorry to learn the news of Russell belatedly. Keeping all of his family and friends in my thoughts and prayers,

 

Charlie Belle Keathley posted on 12/29/20

I was sorry to learn the news of Scott. It was nice visiting with him briefly during one of our last Multi-Class High School Reunions when he came by and said hello. I'm sorry have been unable to visit in person with you Robbie. Please know I keep you and all of your and Scott's family and friends in my prayers, Charlie Belle Keathley

 

Charlie B. Keathley posted on 12/29/20

I was sorry to learn the news of Bobby. He was our neighbor and friend of my late brother, Carl, early on. Believe they played guitar together -or jammed some some during High School. I know they shared an interest in cars. You remain in my thoughts and prayers, Janice, Clarice and all of Bobby's family and friends.

 

Earl Royal posted on 12/29/20

So sorry to hear of David's passing. I considered he and his family to be like the "salt of the earth",,, very good folks. It was an honor to be his classmate of 1962 Glen Rose High School. He was a good guy and will be missed.

 

Scott and Sherry Harris posted on 12/29/20

We are so sorry for your loss. Praying for peace and comfort for you and your family! Love you guys.

 

Lisa Wright posted on 12/28/20

I was Bob’s massage therapist for the last few years. Once a week for 2 hours we would discuss medicine, music and how to fix the world. He loved to get his thumbs worked on from playing boogie woogie on his piano. He showed me pictures of Gwen, whom he truly loved and missed, and his antiques like the fun and cool poker table in the kitchen. He was such a fun guy and my friend. I miss him. Praying for all of you and I know he is in a better place running like the wind.

 

 

Vicky Good posted on 12/28/20

Joann always had a beautiful and friendly smile and was always ready to give you a big hug! She will always have a special place in my heart!

 

Cindy McBride Greer posted on 12/28/20

May God wrap you in his love as you morn the loss of such a special man. My love and heartfelt sympathy and prayers are with you all.

 

cheo posted on 12/28/20

Jerel, rest in peace. God has you in his memory. Job 14:14-15

 

Patricia Woolever posted on 12/28/20

Richard and I loved Ronnie and will miss him so much. Richard and Ronnie spent happy hours driving old Hood County roads looking for places from their childhood and eating at Chinese restaurants! Love to all of the Couch family.

 

Jo Burleson and Randy Thomson posted on 12/27/20

Deep love and sympathy to the family. A donation was made to the Somervell County Food Bank.

 

Carla Baker & Myrna Houlton posted on 12/27/20

We are sorry for your family's loss. My the Lord give you peace.

 

Beth R. Knight posted on 12/26/20

Your mother was just the sweetest person--always so positive and sensitive to everyone around. Kindness went everywhere she did....and she loved her family so very much. She will be sorely missed, but heaven is even richer with her there. Prayers to all your family.

 

 

Leslie Coates posted on 12/26/20

I remember meeting Gary after his daughter (Janice) introduced me to him and Sue. I always thought he seemed larger than life and I am grateful for the wonderful things he has instilled in all of his children. Much of who his children are today comes directly from him. Sending all of our love and prayers to all of you and he will always be in our hearts. Leslie, Sonya , Taylor and Ike

 

Linda Steinheimer posted on 12/26/20

Dearest Emily, Our sincere sympathy to you and all of your and Wayne’s family for the loss of your beloved Wayne. May your fondest memories bring you solace during your grief. We keep you in our thoughts, prayers and love. Your cousins, Linda and Martin Berg

 

Barbara West posted on 12/26/20

I remember Gary as a part of our family while living in Dubai. A favorite memory is of Sue and Gary laughing and dancing to live music at a hotel in Dubai. Gary was always so full of life. My sons and I will always remember him that way. My prayers arae with Sue, Julie and Janice during this difficult time.

 

 

Julie Wall / Dr. Hedges office posted on 12/26/20

She always lite up a room when she walked in. Made everyone laugh. She will be missed.

 

Deb posted on 12/26/20

I loved my brother so much. I remember so many wonderful memories and fun times. Our bingo games, working on computers, having coffee. I was blessed to be his sister.

 

Winter M Walker posted on 12/25/20

I remember getting my hug every Sunday. I will miss her until I see her again.

 

Erin Lloyd posted on 12/25/20

Jo Ann shared the love of Jesus to everyone she met. Even though I will miss seeing her sweet smile on Sundays, I can't help but smile when I think of her celebrating with Jesus! She will be missed.

 

Alicia Ramirez posted on 12/25/20

I am so very sorry for the loss of your husband and your son's father. My deepest condolences to you and Aiden.

 

 

Lisa S posted on 12/25/20

My condolences. May God bless you alwsys.

 

Lisa S posted on 12/25/20

My condolences to your family. God Bless you all

 

Bennita Clark Midland Tx posted on 12/24/20

I remember Gary as a fun-loving, happy-go-lucky guy. I always admired what a perfect couple Gary and Sue were together. My deepest condolences to Sue and the family. Wrapping you tightly in my prayers.

 

Floyd and Kay Meredith posted on 12/24/20

Chris and family we are so sorry the loss of your wonderful mother. We certainly will be praying for you all during this hard time of losing her. For God to give you his grace and peace and mercy and comfort. May God continue to walk with you each and everyone of you each and every day

 

Fam Weaver posted on 12/24/20

Rest in peace David. May your creator bring you back in the Resurrection as he promises one - John 5:28-29

 

Cathy Simmons posted on 12/24/20

My condolences, praying for God's comfort.

 

chelita posted on 12/24/20

Gone but not forgotten. Rest in peace Bob. JOB 14:14-15

 

Larry Boudreau posted on 12/24/20

Janie I'm sorry for your loss. I wished I'd known. I've been living here in Ft. Worth the last 20 years.

 

Fam Wea posted on 12/24/20

Rest in peace ms. Dorothy. Your creator has you in his memory. John 5:28-29

 

 

Danielle Krueger posted on 12/24/20

My sincere condolences to Rick and the family for loss of Ryan. God bless.

 

 

Lisa Wamble Hite posted on 12/24/20

How do you write a comment when there are so many sweet, deep, rich memories and heartfelt places? From the earliest age I can remember, my aunt was so strikingly beautiful. She was always a gentle soft spirit. As an adult I finally got to witness the HUGE SIZE OF HER HEART. She touched and loved so many. She felt others joys and pains. With that huge heart she prayed for others she knew or that she didn't know personally. She was a constant servant. Church, family, friends and even strangers were helped, loved and honored by her in her heart and with her deeds. I will always treasure our family times together. She and Karl gifted my husband, son, godaughter and myself with THE MOST TREASURED FAMILY MEMORIES IN NEMO TEXAS. IT WILL BE FOREVER THE SWEEEEEEEET PLACE OF FAMILY TIME WITH KARL AND CAROLYN.

 

Jolene Cobb posted on 12/23/20

I cant look at an Easter Lilly without thinking of Carolyn. I gave her one and she planted it and for a couple of years she would send me a picture of the Lilly surviving. She was as soft, gentle and as loving as a flower. I only have beautiful memories of her

 

Shelley Weddel posted on 12/23/20

Ryan was a gentleman and so personable. He had bought a piece of furniture from me and was excited he was getting it for Kristen. I was so touched by his sweetness.

 

 

ronald smith posted on 12/23/20

I am so sorry Rick... i have never met you but I know what its like to loose a son. May God hold you close at this time..

 

Diana Bishop posted on 12/23/20

So very sorry to hear of your loss. May peace be with all of your family. God Bless.

 

Kim Paschal posted on 12/23/20

Praying peace and comfor for you and sweet Aidan. May you Rest in Peace Ryan, you will be missed by many

 

Baron Bacon posted on 12/23/20

One Love. B

 

Robert Guiberteau posted on 12/23/20

Maude raised me during my own mother's illness in Houston. She was the sweetest person on earth and I will always pray for her and remember her.

 

Ashley Stasch posted on 12/23/20

Praying for you and your family. He definitely loves meeting new people I remember meeting him at the wedding and I was just gonna go up and say hey congratulations and he turned around and he gave me the biggest hug and that’s when I knew that kristen had found somebody very very special and I know she’s gonna miss him terribly as well as Aidan is.

 

Beverly J Fitzgerald posted on 12/22/20

Kristen, You are in my thoughts and prayers. May God hold you and Aiden in the palm of His Hand. Prayers my sweet friend. Ryan is always with you. God Bless You.

 

Cyndi Tucker posted on 12/22/20

Brother Goodner was a special man to me! His Christian example helped me become the Christian I am today! I have wonderful memories of him and sweet Ms. Elaine at Pot o Gold camp and Oak Trail Baptist!! Without Bro. Goodner helping me through Math courses at OTCA. My thoughts and prayers are with all the Goodner family. Love, Cyndi Tucker

 

 

Valla Sandlin posted on 12/22/20

To Ann and the rest of her children. My condolences for the loss of your dear Mother. She was a very beautiful and sweet lady. I love y'all.

 

Tim Sears posted on 12/22/20

Emily, My sincere sympathy to You and Yours! My Mother taught Wayne in 6th grade at Lipan.

 

Martin Yarborough posted on 12/21/20

She was a good fried when I worked for GRISD. During that time, she was the sweetest, nicest lady. I loved her kids and I'm praying for all of them.

 

Fam Wea posted on 12/20/20

Ms. Barbara was a beautiful Lady. May she rest in peace until God calls her name - JOHN 5:28,29

 

Sherry Guyton Wheeler posted on 12/19/20

Sending lots of hugs and prayers your way today.... Love You Aunt Janice...

 

Sherry Guyton Wheeler posted on 12/19/20

Love you Aunt Janice.... Sending lots of hugs and prayers your way today...♥️

 

Fam. WEA posted on 12/19/20

Rest in peace mr. James Isaiah 33:24

 

cheo posted on 12/18/20

Mr. James, you have entered in Rest so says God in Ecclesiastes 9:5. You don't suffer you're only in deep sleep.

 

Fam. Weaver posted on 12/18/20

Rest in peace charles. Family of charles, you are in our Prayers - isaiah 33:24

 

Tammy & Otley Smith posted on 12/18/20

I know you're waltzing in Heaven, Ed! You will be greatly missed!!

 

Craig Wootton posted on 12/18/20

Buddy saved my life as a young out of control teenager. I will always remember his teachings and his love for our Saviour and family.

 

Don and Dovie Edwards posted on 12/18/20

Jason and Ashley, we were so sorry to hear of the sudden and tremendous loss of Ashley's precious Mother, Eveline. We regret we never had the privilege of meeting her in person, but want you and and the Marshal family to know we are praying for your comfort and peace, as you relive all the wonderful memories and love received from the life of such a vivacious, loving person! God bless and keep you three! Uncle Don and Aunt Dovie Edwards.

 

Cheryl Talbert posted on 12/18/20

Love you Uncle Bobby, you will be missed. Prayers for Aunt Janice and Sylvia. Love Cheryl

 

Cyndi Steed posted on 12/18/20

Prayers fir all of the Thompson Family Love you Janice and Sylvia

 

Cyndi Steed posted on 12/18/20

Prayers for the Thompson family Love you Janice and Sylvia ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️🦋

 

Larry Hall posted on 12/18/20

In life god gives us more blessing than we ever Deserve the last 5 years dad very rarely seen or Talked to anyone except me I have been richly Blessed after his death by the outpouring of love by the lives of others that his simple life had touched God bless each of you with many blessings you May never see but more importantly a rich pouring Down of blessing that you see daily in your walk With him Psalms 23

 

cheo posted on 12/18/20

Nelo, rest in peace. He lived a life filled with love i'm sure. May God bring him back in the Resurrection - Job 14:14,15

 

Fam Weavers posted on 12/18/20

Dale lived many wonderful decades but we can't wait until God fulfills his promise of JOB 33:25 when many friends asleep in death Resurrect and be Young again !

 

Barry Simons posted on 12/17/20

There’s never a word or words to convey the heartbreak one feels when losing someone special and loving as Evie. She was outspoken, sassy, and unapologetic in her honesty. It was something I truly admired. Years would go by between us which to me felt like mere months and we would pick up where we left off. You were guaranteed a hearty laugh whenever you were in her company with her quick wit and animated way of her telling a story. She was something special and absolutely one of a kind. I miss you cousin. I wish I would have kept in touch and not have taken for granted that I would see you in a few “months”. I can and will always hear that distinct voice of yours saying “I love you more” and your contagious laugh. Love you Evie and may God comfort the family during these difficult times.

 

Michelle Smith posted on 12/17/20

My favorite memories with Evie were the Smith's Easter Camping weekends. There were some beautiful memories made during those weekends! Evie was always a huge part of those. The stories that were shared sitting around the campfire created such laughter and smiles. (She ALWAYS had quit a few stories to share!) Her presence was always known but when she wasn't there and running late... there was silence. When she got there... it was ALWAYS, "Evie's here". The kiddos jumping out of the truck, Evie giving us this look that said "I know" then she'd say "you try getting 6 people together" LOL. Then the weekend would really begin... This woman was a true inspiration to me. She had her struggles, imperfections, challenges, etc. (don't we all) But through it all... she took care of those 4 beautiful children (who she loved so much), created a home (with Warren) that was welcoming to all and was supportive and loving to all of her family. I loved her smile, her hugs, her kindness, her loudness, her abbrasiveness, her honesty. She will forever be my Sister (in-law). Those memories will forever be with me. I am priveledged to have had her in my life. Warren, Ashley, Dustin, Colton and James... ALWAYS remember... she loved you more than words. Share your special stories with each other. She'll be there to laugh with you. May God watch over each of you and help you get through this. Love you all.

 

Sommer Carrol posted on 12/17/20

Ed was one of my very favorite patients. I worked on him for over 20 years. He was always smiling and had some jokes to tell. He is truly missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends.

 

Connie Acord posted on 12/17/20

Ed is one you could truly call friend. I enjoyed laughter, talking and dancing with him. My prayers yo his sons and family plus his DFW C. family along with an enormous friend arena. RIP Ed.

 

Sarah posted on 12/16/20

The man with the most contagious joy. You were a light in every room you entered, and your wittiness will never be forgotten. We hope and pray that you watch over all who loved you from your seat above.

 

Fam Vega posted on 12/16/20

Rest in peace Mr. Walter. God has you in his memory. Job 14:14,15

 

 

Briãna posted on 12/15/20

Buddy was very much loved. He will be missed greatly.

 

 

Jennifer Moore posted on 12/15/20

Many Prayers for this family.

 

 

Shelley Scott posted on 12/15/20

Prayers 🙏🏻🙏🏻

 

Bruce Curry posted on 12/15/20

Sixty odd years ago, Mr. Porter was my 6th grade teacher in Breckenridge Texas. He must have just started his career. All the kids loved him. Several times her drove me home (10 miles) after football practice which now days would be unheard of. He once explained an overcomplicated machine as having too many flies in the oatmeal. I've used that expression a thousand times since.

 

Pete & Patti Fusher posted on 12/15/20

We were shocked to hear of your passing. Every time we play "I Just Wanna Dance With You" we will think of you and Sherry. No doubt you are still watching over her. Your beautiful smile will be truly missed by everyone that knew you. We will all dance again in Heaven.

 

Pat Peugh posted on 12/15/20

James was a wonderful brother. He was born on my birthday, a special time for both of us. He is with JESUS now which no birthday party here on earth can compare with. Great man!!

 

Fam Weaver posted on 12/15/20

Rest in peace Gary Job 14:14,15

 

roger crownover posted on 12/15/20

I'll miss you cuz!

 

Fam Weaver posted on 12/15/20

Rest in peace mr. Ed. So sorry for your loss Family. Ed is no longer suffering. He is at ease says God. Ecclesiastes 9:5

 

chelita posted on 12/15/20

Very sorry to hear about the passing of Buddy. His creator will have him in his memory for the Resurrection. John 5:28,29

 

 

Terri Weber posted on 12/15/20

Peace Out My Friend!

 

Terri Weber posted on 12/15/20

Dear Ed, I am having trouble processing that you are no longer with us in body. You've spread your love and fun all around the world. Helped so many in many ways. I know you are one that doesn't like to rest so instead I hope the Good LORD will give you many roads to travel. Love you much. You will be missed and never forgotten!

 

 

Kevin Moore Family posted on 12/14/20

This is still difficult to accept. You were taken too soon, but God must have needed you to take care of some "Things To Do Lists" We know you will get them marked off! Such a phenomenal person that was like family to all of us. We will always be grateful for all that Ed did for us. We Love Ed to Heaven and back! We will miss him so much! Rest In Peace.

 

Jessica posted on 12/13/20

I work at oakwood and took care of polly, she was a kind hearted soul who was full of life and happiness. Never a dull moment, she was one pf a kind and an angel from above. I will miss seeing her kind face so dearly.

 

chelita posted on 12/12/20

Marie will always be remembered for her good deeds. God definitely will never forget her. May she rest in peace until thr Resurrection - Job 14:14,15

 

Fam Vega posted on 12/12/20

Ms. Polly rest in peace. God says in Ecclesiastes 9:5 that you are in deep sleep. Soon, millions according to John 5:28,29 will be called to live again. Hope to see you soon.

 

Jim Zautner posted on 12/12/20

Hi, Gary. This is Jim Zautner. You know, from Wisconsin. I could not believe what I saw about Karen. I am so sorry! I know what it's like to lose a loved one because of my daughter, Erin. I pray that you are doing well and that God will be with you and strengthen you through this difficult time. My wife, Lynn, sends her condolences also. Take care, my friend, and God Bless!

 

Madeline (Swenson) Taylor posted on 12/12/20

I’m so sorry to learn of Dickie’s passing. Our mothers were step sisters so as children we were together at our grandparents, Tom and Winnie Hammer. I’m sorry to say that as the years have gone by, and after our mothers’ passing, we have not stayed in touch. Being a little older, I remember what a cute kid you were. I also remember the health challenges you endured. May you Rest In Peace and may Charla and Gary Bob feel God’s comfort and peace.

 

Lipan City Marshal James Carter posted on 12/11/20

Rest in Peace

 

Patrick Tudor posted on 12/11/20

Scott was always kind a good man, my brother and I went to school with both daughters. Great family.

 

Patrick Tudor posted on 12/11/20

I remember Gene well, when I was racing my firebird i would take it down to him and he could diel the timing and carb like nobody. He was always nice to our family at lanes mobile station. I never heard a negative thing about him as a person or a quality mechanic.

 

Melissa Cooper posted on 12/10/20

Paul was an absolute amazing man & a great friend. He will be missed dearly & never ever forgotten! He brought so much joy when he was around & just as giving as anyone could be. Fly high my dear friend! Until we meet again... Love you Paul! I Thank God that you came into my life.

 

Mickey Graham posted on 12/10/20

Karen was a very SPECIAL lady. She was an awesome teacher. There were so many lasting friendships made in Karen’s class over 20 years ago. A special bond was made with her and many of us in that class. She helped me so much with many different things. There are many great memories. There are no words to express the sorrow I feel for her family. Karen was a Blessing to so many people. She will be missed.

 

Claudia posted on 12/10/20

I will never forget meeting Aunt Beth, I was a little intimidated by her actually for I was just a little ole 23 yr old youngster! But I loved her immediately, and loved visiting her and Uncle Hoyt and loved to listen to her tell stories at the kitchen table. That is where I learned to bake banana nut bread. And to this day, and it’s only been a mere 40 yrs later, it is the only recipe I use when baking banana nut bread, it’s in my recipe book as Aunt Beth’s Banana Nut Bread. Love and peace to the family, I know you all will miss her dearly. Rest In Peace dear Aunt Beth ❤️

 

Wanda Van Zandt posted on 12/10/20

Karen was such a loving, caring teacher. She had a natural knack for bonding her class mates together. I will always be grateful to her for how she helped my daughters and myself. We love her and pray that her family's memories will give them comfort and peace.

 

Olin Kemp Johnson Jr. posted on 12/9/20

My goodness Duane, your obituary doesn't say what happened to you. Cannot believe you've passed away. I hope you had great happiness in your life. Much condolence to your family, sisters and mom.

 

Amy Bibb posted on 12/9/20

Karen is such a wonderful friend.. I leaned on her and learned from her because she knew about everything:) She took everyone under her wing and never let go! I will always love her and honor her life as a friend and a believer in Jesus Christ.

 

John Jenquin posted on 12/9/20

Paul I am so sad to hear of your passing. You were a wonderful person. You helped me be a better person and father to my boys. I will always appreciate what you did for us. Rest in Peace PH

 

John Jenquin posted on 12/9/20

I will always be thankful for knowing you Paul. You helped make me a better person and father. My heart just aches to think you are gone. Rest in the peace of the lord PH. I will think of you often!!

 

John Jenquin posted on 12/9/20

 

Rita Hancock Rotan posted on 12/8/20

Barbara. Thinking of you and your family at the loss of your dad. Prayers for all of your family.

 

Sherry Hunt Haworth Parrish posted on 12/8/20

Paul was such a passionate man. God rest his soul. Praying for his girls that they will find comfort in knowing he is catching the bass of his dreams with Jesus to celebrate in his joy!

 

Ramona Lambert posted on 12/7/20

Thoughts & prayers for your family. Raymond Lambert & family

 

Carol Basham posted on 12/7/20

Hey mom me and Elizabeth do ok and we all miss u so much

 

Amy Harrison posted on 12/7/20

Oh Coach, I will sure miss you and all those laughs that follow you! You will be missed so much..Love you!

 

 

Martha & Trevor Lamond posted on 12/7/20

To a wonderful brother in law. Great memories, good times and lots of laughs. Will miss you dearly.

 

Peter Smith-Johannsen posted on 12/7/20

Very sorry to learn of Mike's passing. He was such a wonderful guy. I worked with Mike in Denver. Honest and straightforward, loved life and worked hard and respected by all for the example he set, and the support and encouragement he gave to his colleagues at work at S&S Denver. My condolences to Maxine and his family.

 

Cory (Coralus) Sandlin posted on 12/7/20

Janie, I'm so sorry for your loss. My thoughts & prayers are with you and your family.

 

Van Wofford posted on 12/6/20

Karen was such an awesome teacher of the word of God, and I learned so much from her teaching.

 

Ann Oswald posted on 12/6/20

What wonderful memories. So glad you were all part of our lives, the laughs were worth it all. Loved you all dearly. Dan & Ann

 

 

Loucresia Carter posted on 12/6/20

RIP Thank you for always being kind to me 💜

 

Jerry Coloroso posted on 12/5/20

Our prayers are with Karen and all her family.

 

 

Stan & Shani posted on 12/4/20

Dear Dakota you will be greatly missed. We love you very much. Rest easy beautiful. Love you

 

 

Stan & Shani posted on 12/4/20

Dear Dakota you are gone way too soon. You will be missed very much. We love you.

 

 

Misty Melton posted on 12/4/20

So very sorry for y'alls loss, continued prayers..

 

Stan & Shani posted on 12/4/20

We are so blessed to say that we knew you. You was such a sweet little baby with the most beautiful eyes. So happy that we also got to see you as a husband and a father. You lit up the room with those eyes and that smile. You will be so missed. May you RIP beautiful Dakota. Love you.

 

Lori J Kaspar posted on 12/4/20

I had many cases with Denise over the years. I was shocked to hear of her passing. The legal community will miss her.

 

 

Aunt Mary and Uncle Dewey posted on 12/4/20

We will miss your phone calls. We are not ready to lose nieces and nephews. Love you much.

 

Lorraine Smith posted on 12/4/20

So sorry to hear of Karen's passing Gary, Charity, Rebekah and Garrett. Your Mom was such an inspiration and role model to me in my Christian walk. Her love for God and how she selflessly reached out to others in need was so strong. I will never forget her kindness to me in my time of need when she and Gary took me into their home; dog and all when I had no home for 3 months! I have so many happy memories of being with her. My one comfort at this sad time is that we will meet again in heaven . I just wish I lived closer but I'm so glad that there will be a link shared for her memorial service. I will be praying for you and your precious family and this sad time. Love to you all Lorraine Xxx

 

Paydon & Randa Ramirez posted on 12/3/20

Kendra we are here for you if you need anything. We are keeping you & both yours and Dakota's family in our thoughts and prayers!

 

Linda MacDonald posted on 12/3/20

We are so very sorry to hear of Dakota’s unexpected passing. Our deepest sympathy to his wife and son and all the extended family. You all are in our prayers. Fred and Linda MacDonald and Ona Lee Gerdis

 

Tom McCready posted on 12/3/20

Our condolences to Janie and family at the loss of Bo. Tom and Corina McCready

 

Sonny and Dana Elza posted on 12/3/20

We are sad to hear of Alex’s passing. You and your family will be in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Angeline D. Nuss posted on 12/3/20

Robert John, I will miss your sense of humor, you were always willing to make time to listen whenever I needed a friend. You were definitely taken out long before your time, and I know you are with me for I know you are with CHRIST. I LOVE YOU NEFF.

 

 

Robert Moore posted on 12/3/20

Glad to hear that says sorry motherfuker and Ricky both died this is Robert Terry Moore Hico Texas

 

 

RL and Glenda Rhoten posted on 12/2/20

Loved traveling with Bo and Janie. We had great trips. So many fun times.

 

Ed & Linda Sims posted on 12/1/20

We are so sorry. Our deepest condolences and prayers for all the families.

 

 

Ed & Linda Sims posted on 12/1/20

When we were invited to the kids birthday parties, Dakota would make a point of walking over to us and saying "Hi" and we would always have a few comments about the "Cowboys". He was such a sweetie. He will be missed.

 

Arianna Row posted on 12/1/20

Went to school with Dakota he was always very sweet and had a contagious smile tht made everyone’s day brighter he will be dearly missed he always had everyone laughing on the bus when we were in school!!! I knew him n his sister Brittany and his wife Kendra Ik it’s been along while since we’ve all talked but just know I’m thinking of y’all n maybe I can see y’all again soon

 

Jeanne Sternenberg posted on 12/1/20

So sorry for your great loss! My prayers are with you! Charles had a great sense of humor and was fun to work with at FNB

 

Sheryl Estes posted on 12/1/20

Bo was a great man and a wonderful example of selflessness, patience, courage, and strength. He will be missed. Thank you for sharing this service with us and I wish I could have been there. May God comfort all of the family in the days to come. Love and prayers. Sheryl

 

 

Shawna and Kevin Maxwell posted on 12/1/20

Forever in our hearts. Prayers for the families.

 

Diana Kimbrough posted on 12/1/20

Aunt Janie, I am so sorry for your loss of Uncle Bo. I wish we could be there with you all today. The service was beautiful and so fitting. Please know that you all are in our thoughts and prayers. We love you all.

 

Melinda Nelson posted on 12/1/20

I am so sorry for your loss. I have heard so many wonderful stories from Dylan and Hailey and was looking forward to meeting such a great man. The family will be in my prayers!

 

Melinda Nelson posted on 12/1/20

I am so sorry for your loss. I have heard many wonderful stories from Dylan and Hailey and had looked forward to meeting such a great man. The family will be in my prayers!

 

Barbara Hatchel posted on 12/1/20

Beautiful service. Thank you for making it possible for us. Love you all cousins. Much love, hugs and prayers.

 

Dawn Roen posted on 12/1/20

Janie, I am so sorry for your loss. Wish I could be with you and the family today, but will join via live stream. I miss Uncle Bo so much. You are all in my prayers.

 

Dawn Roen posted on 11/30/20

Janie, I am so sorry for your loss. I wish I could be there with you and the family tomorrow. I will miss Uncle Bo so much. You are all in my prayers.

 

Joe and Babs posted on 11/30/20

We were very saddened to hear about Charles! He was truly a fine man. We have fond memories of you both following the Lady Eagles! Our love!

 

Kim Bishop Kennedy posted on 11/30/20

So many great memories of time spent with this precious family. Bo was a gentle giant who shared his love with anyone who met him. I was beyond blessed to be the recipient of the love he and Janie shared with so many. Sending hugs and prayers to all of the family.

 

Maelynn Webb posted on 11/30/20

Many prayers for you that you find comfort in all your wonderful memories.

 

Judy Beedy posted on 11/30/20

Dear Jane, My most sincere condolences go to you and your family at this very sad time in your lives. It is very difficult when those we love leave us. Please know I care and you will be in my thoughts and prayers. With Love, Your Cousin Judy Jackson Beedy

 

Monty Flippin posted on 11/29/20

Mike was a great brother-in-law, friend, cowboy, hunter and fisherman. He loved to talk and never took ‘no’ for an answer. We shared a lot of great memories together and had a lot of fun along the way!! You will be greatly missed. Til we meet again...

 

Monty Flippin posted on 11/29/20

Mike was a great brother-in-law, friend, cowboy, hunter and fisherman! He was good at anything he did. He was a talker and loved to have fun. We had a lot of great times together. He never took “no” for an answer! Til we meet again...

 

Todd and Sue Gibson (FBC Granbury) posted on 11/28/20

Praying for you snd the family. Prayers for the good memories to bless you now and in the future.

 

Charles Martel & Julie Martel posted on 11/28/20

We want you to know that we are with you in thoughts. We know how these times are difficult. We wish you comfort and peace. Xx

 

Neal Brown posted on 11/28/20

John was a true Southern Gentleman. I will never forget and will always be grateful for how he loved and cared for our Dad.

 

 

Casper Lopez posted on 11/27/20

Thank you for the many times you helped me pull through.. you were a good friend Felipe. Always in our hearts!

 

Max Flippin posted on 11/27/20

I have alot of great memories with my Uncle Mike. He was a great man and was always fun. I am going to miss him very much.

 

Max Flippin posted on 11/27/20

My uncle was a great man and he lived a full life. Lots of great memories. I am very sorry.

 

Kent and Martine posted on 11/27/20

Lots of memories with Mike. I was 10 When they married so he was more like a big brother to me . Always looking out for my best interest. Kent and I both have a huge hole in our heart now but we know he is having a big time in heaven. Mike was one of a kind. Rest easy big guy , your fight is over. Loving you always , Kent and Martine Pittman

 

Michael Flippin posted on 11/27/20

Quick, calm and accurate. My Uncles teaching to my brother and I. Words to live by I say. This giant of a man taught me more lessons than anyone else besides my parents. If you walked into a store with him be prepared to wait twenty minutes while he spoke with the door attendant. All balls no bull. I love and miss you Uncle Mike. Till we meet again. Mike Flippin

 

Brother Jim Maus, S.M. posted on 11/27/20

Joe, my sympathies to you and your family. Rest in peace.

 

Rita Flora posted on 11/25/20

Mama and I will be thinking about you Jane, and the family with heartfelt prayers. Love, Aunt Alma and Rita

 

Josh Musson posted on 11/25/20

Alex was really a great guy. He was always willing to help people and he helped me out a lot. I'm definitely going to miss him and the light that he would bring into any situation. His laugh was contagious and so was his attitude about life. Rest in Peace buddy.

 

María Esther Montes de Oca posted on 11/24/20

Kika, Siempre estarás en nuestro corazón. Que Dios te tenga en su Santa gloria. Condolencias a la familia durante este momento tan difícil. Tu tío José Núñez Montés de Oca y familia. Kika You will forever be in our heart. May God have you in a Special place in heaven. Our prayers for the family during this difficult time. Uncle Jose Núñez Montes de Oca

 

Richard Hamer posted on 11/24/20

Judy, Joe and Family, I am so sorry to hear of Larry’s passing. I fondly remember the time we spent on the sidelines of soccer fields and the road trips to tournaments. Larry will be missed. May he rest in peace

 

Tommy Raymond posted on 11/24/20

Mike my old friend and compadre. We sure are sold a lot of equipment together. I shall miss you greatly.

 

Kenny Mills posted on 11/24/20

I did not know Leon had passed and do apologize for the long passage of time from this post and his passing. Back in 1990 to 1992, I had the honor and privilege to work together with Leon at TU Electric as Major Account reps for Dallas customers. Leon was a patient, wise, and fun-loving gentleman that always had a smile on his face. He might not have realized it but he was my mentor and "go to" person for all things related to the job. He, for the most part, kept me out of trouble and I could always count on him for sage advice. One particular bit of wisdom he imparted for my benefit was to "always get that monkey off your back". I smile every time I think of this advice as it has come in handy countless times throughout my career. That advice and the many other conversations we had across all subjects are treasures to me and I'm sure all of his family and friends can say the same. God Bless the Heath family and RIP Leon. Thank you.

 

Terry Blair posted on 11/24/20

I am so sorry to hear of his death. He was a kind and supportive man! I send condolences to you and your children whom I knew or taught at Nolan. God bless you and bring you comfort and surcease from sorrow.

 

 

Kay Goins Atzenhofer posted on 11/22/20

The Most Fun and Loving Uncle anyone could ask for.

 

Charles and Pat posted on 11/22/20

Judy and family, We are so sorry to hear of Larry's passing away. He was a great guy and will be greatly missed by family and friends. We know you have many memories to treasure and comfort you. You are in our thoughts and prayers. May God Bless! With love, Charles and Pat Fenley

 

Joyce Crick posted on 11/21/20

Ken was one of my bosses at Cutler Hammer. He was always a very knowledgeable and polite man. He thought the world of his children. Prayers to you

 

Roderick and Marie Stone posted on 11/21/20

Our prayer and thoughts to the family and friends of Jack Talley May he Rest In Peace. Love Roderick and Marie Stone

 

Deane Harrell posted on 11/21/20

I worked with Francis at Hood County Court House. She was always full of joy and shared her beautiful smile. Prayers and thoughts to her family.

 

chelita posted on 11/21/20

Rest in peace Ken. God has better purpose for you - Job 14:14,15

 

Mary Dean posted on 11/21/20

Our prayers and love are with all of your family. I know this has been a very difficult time for you all. My prayer is God’s Arms will guide and strengthen your every step.

 

Fam Weaver posted on 11/21/20

James will be missed by many. He left good memories for all to cherish and God will turn his attention to him in the Resurrection when time comes. Rest in peace for now - Job 14:14,15

 

posted on 11/21/20

Please be with the friends and family who gather to pay respects to your reverent servant, ease their pain and grief, and keep them safe and healthy. Know that you are loved, all who gather to celebrate the life and ministry of Reverend Dickson.

 

Ben Tomblinson posted on 11/20/20

So sorry to hear about Ken’s passing. I worked for Ken in the early 70’s, and called on him for 30 years. He was so smart, and taught me so much.

 

Ben Tomblinson posted on 11/20/20

So sorry to hear of Ken’s passing. Ken hired me to his purchasing department in 1973. He taught me so much and started me on a new career in sales. I will always remember him a gentleman.

 

Robert linnabury posted on 11/20/20

Baby I've never in my life loved anyone like you..LOVE YOU BABY

 

Robert linnabury posted on 11/20/20

This woman was the love of my life..I've never loved anyone as I've loved her..and will never love any woman as I loved her....LOVE YOU BABY

 

Ed & Linda Sims posted on 11/20/20

Sandy, We were. so sorry to hear that Pastor Larry went to His heavenly home. We treasure the time we spent at Faith. Keeping you and all the family in our prayers. The Christmas parade will never be the same again! We love y'all. God Bless, Ed & Linda

 

Janice D Wilbanks posted on 11/20/20

Dear Sandy, and Family. How we loved Larry. What a fine and loving man. I always was so delighted to see you both. I'm so very sorry for your great loss. Hard to believe, but we must. Love to you from the Wilbanks, and prayers for you all.

 

Lori Davidson posted on 11/20/20

Made me cry to read this as I loved Ken & Marge. Other parents of my childhood that I remember fondly. Such great friends and neighbors to my parents too. Sherwood is not the same since he left Bowling Green. It made me laugh to read the derby festivities as every year he would come to collect the bet from my Mom and then return with the winnings! It was so great he would do that and I remember him laughing he could have just saved the trips as it would usually even out- but it was a win for her! At a surprise birthday party I had for her one year he was printing out a photo of her to make into a card and it ended up being poster size as he didn’t configure it correctly and it was a hilarious hit at the party. He was such a good guy and so very proud of his kiddos, you all have been blessed with such a great Dad. These covid times are so strange as makes the distance even greater and harder for funerals and everything, but I hope you get to be together to continue to celebrate his life. In sympathy & love, Lori Share Davidson

 

 

Amanda Bandy posted on 11/20/20

We want to light a candle to honor our brother and friend at Granbury Nissan.

 

Amanda Bandy posted on 11/20/20

You are so missed here at work. I remember coming into your office and you would be like oh god, what did I do now or what do you want, because I don't have it. Your laugh and smile will always carry on with us. You were truly someone that lifted me up and made me smile. Your Nissan family loves and misses you!

 

Bryce L. posted on 11/19/20

You will be greatly missed Alex! You had a larger than life personality man and one of the most charismatic people I have ever met. 🙏

 

Trip Bates posted on 11/19/20

"Uncle" Mike was one of the last great guys. They certainly broke the mold after he came along. There are too many memories that my family and I have of Mike and Maxine over the years to recount here. I will never forget his kindness and loyalty towards all that he loved. Mike - you will be missed greatly by all the people you touched over your journey in this life.

 

 

Jon Utzman posted on 11/19/20

Mike was a dear friend, and my partner in many, many sporting clays tournaments. He will be deeply missed by all who knew him. Rest in peace, my good friend.

 

Matthew Lane posted on 11/19/20

Since I have known Alex, he was always fun to be around and had a great personality and love for life. He was willing to help anyone and had such a great positive attitude. He made a difference with me personally and was very open and very passionate with his work ethic. He will be missed. May he rest in peace.

 

Lori & Mike Durant posted on 11/18/20

Alex was such a fun kid to have on the boy’s soccer team. He will be dearly missed.

 

Fam Wea posted on 11/18/20

Rest for now sissy. God has you in his memory and will call many to rise in the Resurrection, hope to see you there real soon - John 5:28, 29

 

Nelda W. Bacon posted on 11/18/20

Sandy I am so sorry to hear of Larry's passing. He was such a special man. I know your faith will get you through, but if you ever need someone to talk with I am here. Love you dearly.

 

Nancy Hayes posted on 11/18/20

I first met Brother D as a sub teacher at Fulton High School in Fulton MO in 1970. After I graduated I followed he and Sandy to First Assembly in Jefferson City, MO where they became an integral part of my life. Brother D was the most Godly man I have known in my life. His teachings were so from God. I would go to the church to find him lying on the floor in his office praying and seeking God and his countenance shown of being in the presence of the Father. No one will ever know how he ministered to all of us at the church. His and Sandy's door was always open to the young people of the church. What a blessing he was and still is to everyone he came in contact with. Sandy my heart and prayers are with you and the children. So many memories! Your in Christ. Nancy

 

Mickey Englert posted on 11/18/20

My condolences & prayers for the family. I knew Larry from our younger days at First Assembly of God, at 10th & N. Oakes, in San Angelo, TX. Lots of memories. Thought the world of a great christian family.

 

 

Boots Hubbard posted on 11/18/20

Rev. Larry Dickson was a giant of a man, as well as a giant of a GODLY man. He never spoke ill of any man or organization. Each and every time I saw him, that smile and deep sincere voice left their impressions. Rest in the arms of Jesus, Dear Brother, you will be missed, but soon we will reunite with You in Heaven.

 

posted on 11/17/20

Dearest Sandy and Family .... sending my deepest and heartfelt sympathy at this time of great loss. Pastor Dickson was beloved by all who were blessed to know him, and his contributions to our Granbury Christian Community are innumerable ... in particular the wonderful Christmas Parade he founded and narrated each year, his leadership of the Lake Granbury Ministerial Alliance, his devoted efforts to the National Day of Prayer remembrances and Breakfasts, and faithfully "shepherding his flock" at Granbury Assembly of God Church for so many years. He will be missed more than any words can ever say. My prayers are with you as you grieve his leaving us, but at the same time celebrate his entrance into his Eternal Home with our Savior and Lord, Jesus Christ .... whom he humbly served all of his earthly life. Love and blessings dearest ones .....

 

posted on 11/17/20

Oh what a man of God Alex and I were blessed to hear the Bible based sermons during our time at Faith Assembly. He and Sandy will always be in our memories as servants for the Lord.

 

 

Mary and Chris Varlaro posted on 11/17/20

Sandy and Family, Chris and I are so very sad to hear of Larry’s passing. I will miss seeing him come through the banks drive thru and offer up Gods word also his words of wisdom. He was a great man and I am blessed to have known him.

 

 

Mary and Chris Varlaro posted on 11/17/20

Sandy and Family Chris and I are so sad to hear about Larry’s passing. He was a great man, I will miss seeing him come through the banks drive thru and him always offering up Gods word and words of wisdom. God Bless you all during this time of loss, Chris and Mary Varlaro

 

John and Doris Foote posted on 11/17/20

May our Lord Jesus Bless you, Keep you, Make His face shine upon you, giving you and family His Love and Peace. You dad/father/pastor was a blessed servant of God. Remember all the bless joyful times you shared with each other. Until then, Look Up for your Redemption Draws Near.

 

Patricia Whitaker posted on 11/17/20

Sis & I became friends back in the ‘70s....since she was Jo’s niece & Donnie & I are cousins.....we always claimed to be “kin”....I loved her spirit & I loved her laugh....we did a lot of that when we would hang out as young girls....May the Lord be with you all...Sending Love & Prayers♥️

 

Tammie Hines posted on 11/17/20

Dave was a special guy. He always called me "Beautiful" and I always called him "Handsome." He will be missed dearly but I know he and Nancy are together again.

 

Tammie Hines posted on 11/17/20

Dave was my buddy. He always called me "beautiful" and I always called him "handsome." He was a special guy and will be missed dearly. I know he and Nancy are together again and so happy.

 

 

Jan Griffin, District Service Operations Manager, BBVA posted on 11/17/20

Ty was a joy to be around. I visited the branch once a quarter and he always greeted me with that beautiful smile. He will be missed as an employee/friend of BBVA. I am glad that I had the pleasure of knowing him. God gained an angel. Jan

 

Bob Miller posted on 11/16/20

My heart was saddened by hearing of Steve's passing. A flood of good memories of Dozo and I from the Navy days surfaced immediately. We both flew P-3's in sister squadrons in Hawaii in '75-'78, Steve in VP-4 and I in VP-17. Having met through mutual friends we became instant buddies and spent our last year in Hawaii as roomies in a cool beach house right on the water near the North Shore on Oahu. Our place became a very popular hangout for our fellow pilots, and we had some memorable times there. I can still picture Steve and I sitting in the backyard, sipping some cool ones, Dozo with his big pipe in his mouth, watching the sunset, playing endless frisbee on the beach, talking about flying, maybe soon to get that airline career when we left Hawaii. He always had that sparkle in his eyes, sometimes cluing you in that he had pranked you again. His laugh, his jokes, but his sincerity and honest friendship as well. We only actually got to fly together occasionally the we'd rent a Citabria or a civilian version T-34 from the flying club at our Navy base in Hawaii. Steve introduced me to some beautiful canyons on Oahu, all from below canyon walls and treetops - wish I had some of those videos. Dozo was a super pilot and, more importantly, a super individual. And we both did have those airline careers , his at AA and mine at SWA. Interestingly, his Dad Ralph, and my father, Harold Miller had pilot careers at AA during the same era, having flown together many times through the years. Steve, you will be missed . You are now soaring with the eagles, and probably teaching them some new maneuvers!

 

Mary Ann posted on 11/16/20

I met Frances at the elementary school where we became great friends. I will miss our visits and frequent phone conversations. She was a dear friend. My sympathy to all the family.

 

Fam Vega posted on 11/15/20

Rest in peace ms. Dorothy. Ecclesiastes 9:5 says you are not suffering. You are simply resting.

 

chelita posted on 11/15/20

Rest in peace ms. Frances. God has you in his memory - John 5:28,29

 

Fam Weaver posted on 11/15/20

My condolences to the Posey family. Jarrod was very young but death respects nobody. God however will do away with death in the near future, says isaiah 25:8 . For now jarrod, rest in peace young man until God calls your name.

 

Terrianna Bomer posted on 11/15/20

Loved the memories of Sissy in Santa Fe, she was always the life of the party!! So sorry to hear of her passing. Prayers for Bill and her family.🙏🏻

 

 

Christopher Miller posted on 11/13/20

I love you Grandma love always christopher.

 

Mike and Kelly Sparaco and Family posted on 11/13/20

Our very depest condolences from the Sparaco families in Colorado and New Mexico✨✨✨

 

 

Becky bullard posted on 11/13/20

Will miss you Miss Francis

 

Jerry Gallimore posted on 11/12/20

I meant Mike in the early 90's when I started taking guitar lessons from him. Several of my friends and I soon became Incognito superfans and would follow them around the metroplex just about every weekend. Mike was always so gracious and had time for anyone who wanted to talk to him. He was a great guitar player, but even a better human being. Rest in peace my friend.🙏

 

Jamie M Lewis posted on 11/12/20

My family used to live across the street from Tye's aunt and he would come over and play with my two sons .My oldest son Colton looked up to Tye as a big brother.Tye had a big and caring heart and would do anything to help someone out he was a selfish young man that would someone first before himself.He is going to be missed by many who's lifes that he touched.

 

[email protected] posted on 11/12/20

Jackie

 

 

Dawn Stewart posted on 11/12/20

I light this candle to remember the life you lived and for the time you considered me as one of your own kids.. You'll be missed always

 

Murle Blasingame posted on 11/12/20

Today, sadness is invading our hearts and we feel a deep pain, but little by little we will learn to cope with it until the moment in which we will remember Cathy with much love and above all with enormous gratitude for so many beautiful moments she gave us, for everything she did for us and especially for what she taught us, both with her words and with her example.

 

Stacy & Thad posted on 11/11/20

Lisa was a bold witness, and an overcomer. She had a way of seeing the possibilities. I am not sure I have ever met anyone as determined to serve the Lord and proclaim His kindness. I will always remember her devotion to God, how much (we could tel by the way she spoke) that she loved her parents, as well as her selfless love for her children.

 

Tom Spears posted on 11/10/20

My condolences to Sherry’s family on tour loss. We were classmates in elementary, junior high and high school in Lufkin.

 

Julie Thomas Boone posted on 11/9/20

The 1st. day I say you, I knew it was going to be you & I. You taught me so many things & showed me Jesus. We had some really good time. You blessed me with 3 wonderful children, & 2 amazing ex wifes- aka- wife-in-laws. Every day with you was an event. I will miss you until I see you again in heaven. Love always.....

 

Carrie Boone posted on 11/9/20

Dad, I love you so much and will miss you until I see you again. I want to thank you for being my dad, you showed us who God is and I have had Jesus as my best friend because of you. I miss your hugs and your smile. I love you Daddy-O.

 

Carrie Boone posted on 11/9/20

Dad, I love you so much and will miss you until I see you again. I want to thank you for being my dad, you showed us who God is and I have had Jesus as my best friend because of you. I miss your hugs and your smile. I love you Daddy-O.

 

Randy and Lisa Langham posted on 11/7/20

Lisa, we never met you but were privileged to share in your life through your incredible parents, Les and Nancy Lawhorn. We feel the deep sorrow that your family and friends have with your passing. We are comforted in the unwavering belief that your eternal spirit is with all of us now and forever.

 

Jimmy Williams posted on 11/7/20

Bobby was a life long friend. We started first grade in 1950. We were neighbors at that time in Glen Rose. He will be missed. My sincere condolences to Jan and family.

 

Fam Vega posted on 11/7/20

Rest in peace mr. Bobby. The day will come when many in the tombs will live again. John 5:28,29

 

Fam Weavers posted on 11/7/20

Ms. Lisa you will be missed. You left many memories to cherish on and your smile will be absent until we see you again in paradise. Isaiah 25:8

 

 

Betty Lou Teague-Hicks posted on 11/6/20

Janice, SO SORRY for you and your family during this sad occasion. Cherish your Memories. PRAYERS & LOVE TO ALL, Friend. Betty Lou(Teague)&Frank Hicks

 

 

Kara posted on 11/6/20

Lisa, you were a shining light of love to all. I will never forget you. We became such wonderful friends in such a short time. You just have this special shine about you that lit up the world around you. I love you forever and always. I know your spirit will continue to flow around us here on Earth. Your beauty was an example of peace and love, you will be missed💜

 

Sandi Marrufo posted on 11/6/20

Lisa I will always cherish our friendship..all the nights we had card games at your house and drank way too many beers ...all the laughter...Gilbert nicknamed you BLONDIE from day one and I don’t think he ever called you Lisa ...? Remember our trip to visit your Mom and we went shopping ? I was always sending recipes to Nancy....oh the sweet sweet memories I will always cherish... you will be missed in body however you are an ANGEL now and will watch over all of us 💔

 

Deborah Yarborough posted on 11/6/20

Sending thoughts and prayers to all of Suson's family. I was a close friend of Suson's mother, Imogene Fennell. We had some wonderful visits in Granbury-first with Sis. Fennell's 80th birthday party and then for a ladies retreat. Suson was always so kind and gracious. She always made me feel so welcomed in her home or any where I saw her. Lots of special memories. Much love to you all.

 

Terri Dawson posted on 11/6/20

Lis, I’m thankful you are no longer suffering and in pain. I so badly wanted you to get better. Now you are resting with Jesus. Can’t think of a better place for you to be. I will miss you terribly. I’ll miss our late night early morning chats, your Moon pie doggie videos. I’ll treasure all the memories I have of you from our childhood, school, sports etc. I’ll always remember your smile, laugh and your beautiful hair and your sweet spirit. Rest In Heaven Lisa. Love you Terri

 

Jenola flowers posted on 11/6/20

My dear sweet friend miss you but know your in a better place. My memories of our many fun trips are a blessing to me. I pray for God's grace to be extended to the boys and their families.

 

 

Darrell Whitten posted on 11/6/20

Lisa You will be deeply missed here on this earth Your a wonderful,caring,loving woman

 

 

Brent Merriman posted on 11/5/20

She was my entire life and I will forever miss my beautiful angel and that smile that never quit. I love you with everything in me baby. I LOVE YOU I LOVE YOU I LOVE YOU I LOVE YOU I LOVE YOU I LOVE YOU I LOVE YOU I LOVE YOU

 

chelita posted on 11/4/20

Rest in peace mr. John Job 14:14,15

 

Fam Weaver posted on 11/4/20

Deepest condolences. Jon most certainly will never be forgotten by his creator. He now is in Rest. Ecclesiastes 9: 5 god says Jon does not suffer. He is only asleep

 

Pam and Tony Denton posted on 11/4/20

So sorry for the loss of your beautiful wife and friend. We send our hugs and prayers. Lisa will be missed by many. She was always a kind neighbor and friend to the community of Canyon Creek community. May peace be with you and your family.

 

Trinette posted on 11/4/20

Lis, I love you and I'm so glad that social media and the computer was able to bring us closer again. I'm sorry I never got down to see you guys in person. I'm sorry that you went through so much pain but I'm so happy that Jesus has you now. We are dedicating prayer room to you tonight, I thought you would want to know. If there are dogs in heaven I know that you have found them. Love you my friend...T

 

 

Todd Smith posted on 11/4/20

Prayers ascend for your family during this difficult time!

 

Jerry Schodosky posted on 11/4/20

I remember meeting Lisa when I first moved to Canyon Creek, she had such a warm soul. Lisa and I talked while she was sick, she was very positive and upbeat. May God continue watch over her and guide her.

 

 

Kathy Turner posted on 11/4/20

I meet Lisa at the pool in Canyon Creek summer 2018. We soon became best friends. I loved her sweet spirit, love of animals, and kindness. We had a lot in common & we laughed every day. May God keep you safe in his arms now my friend. ❤️🙏

 

Darrell and John posted on 11/4/20

May God watch over and comfort you My prayers for you and your family

 

 

Rickey Tate posted on 11/4/20

Scheriece, you were a beautiful light that came into my friend Alan's life. Your light shined on us as well. We enjoyed the visits, the talks, the stories, and the short time we had together.

 

Elaine & Lindell Thomas posted on 11/3/20

Dear Steven & Family. We’re praying for the Crawford family. Suson loved the Lord, and we loved Suson. She was so giving of her time, talents, & money. We loved traveling with you both to so many places over the last several years--Egypt, UAE, South Africa, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Palestine, Jordan, Israel, Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, & China. Elaine & Lindell

 

Tim and Doris Hoover posted on 11/2/20

Dear Steve and family, our thoughts and prayers are with you in this most difficult time. God is our only saving grace, and she is now wrapped in his loving arms. She will be dearly missed.

 

Robyn and Mike Anderson posted on 11/2/20

Our deepest condolences

 

Connie McDonald posted on 11/2/20

I was privileged to have had the love and friendship of Papa Frank. He blessed my life in an extraordinary way. Always holding me fast in prayer with his own children. He and Joan were present at every life changing event over the last several years. In 2014 at a time of health crises, he and Joan thought nothing of traveling from Glen Rose, to bring Pastor Mary Mercer so that they all could come and minister to me at St Paul in Dallas. In January of 2017, they drove near 300 miles one direction to be present at my own Dad's funeral, a man they never met. They again made that turn around trip in November 2017 for the graveside service of my husband. His love and blessings and prayers have never ceased. Always allowing me to call him Papa Frank with almost an appreciation that I would honor him with that title. I did not know until recently, that was his Title Name by his family. God bless and Comfort you All with his Holy Spirit as you go through this next portion of your life journey learning to leave live each day without Papa Frank here on earth. But you are never without his memory and essence of his spirit with you. Connie McDonald

 

Betty Harkins posted on 11/1/20

Oh, my dear Judy, I don't even know what to say. You have lost a true friend and a real jewel of a husband. May God bless you and help you through this week and the weeks ahead. I am so happy for the time that you had together (20 years), though I know it was not enough. I will pray for your strength. Love always, Betty Garland Harkins

 

gary beaty posted on 10/30/20

Ray and I worked together for many years and we became close friends, We shared good times and bad times and I will always remember the good times. I will miss him, My deepest sympathy to Cody and family.

 

 

Lori Imboden (Winsett) posted on 10/30/20

Uncle Ricky always had a smile for everyone. Always told the best stories too. Between him and my dad you could bet a great tale would be told!

 

Ronnie and Ann Self posted on 10/30/20

He was always the happiest guy in the room... he will be missed... prayers for peace and comfort in the difficult days ahead 🙏🏻

 

Hill College Faculty Association posted on 10/30/20

Countless hearts are supporting you in big and small ways.

 

Mark House posted on 10/30/20

Always enjoyed working with Ray. Worked with him for many years. Great memories and experiences. Miss you old friend. RIP. Prayers for the family in this time of need.

 

Fam Vega posted on 10/30/20

Rest in peace JT. You didnt live too long but the memories you left behind will always be cherished. Job 14:14, 15

 

Michael Winsett posted on 10/29/20

Uncle Rick had the rare combination of humor and skill, something I have not witnessed in another human being. Some of the fixes or modifications he would come up with to get something working correctly would blow my mind! I will never forget when him and grandpa Wayland found out that I accidentally left a red rag under the intake of my ‘74 Plymouth, which brought about much humor and jokes every time I saw him. When people say someone is a character, they say so without full understanding unless they met Rick. The man could bring out the best in anyone and make them laugh at the same time. Between the stories my dad would tell and the memories I have of him, he will live on forever.

 

Wayne J Courtney posted on 10/29/20

My old golf buddy when I moved to Fort Worth in 2000. We played golf then we were off to the bar. We had great times. Love you Ray.

 

Jasmine Walker (Elisha and Doug Walker's oldest daughter) posted on 10/29/20

My aunt was one of the best caretakers I knew, every summer at least once we'd all go to the lake and have a blast. I will miss my aunt so much. I love you Aunt Juice. God took an angel from us. When I feel alone I imagine shes sitting beside me talking to me and laughing with me, her death for me was so shocking I didn't ever see it coming, it took me 20 minutes to even process the fact my great-aunt had died. <3 I love you Aunt Juice hope to see you over that rainbow one day <3

 

 

Ashley Winsett posted on 10/28/20

My dad was a brilliant man. There was nothing he couldn't fix. He got a lawnmower going one time and took me in has lap to go mowing. When we finished, we went to park it in a garage right in front of an old washing machine. Well with me in his lap I was in his way and he couldn't hit the brake!!! I kid you not this riding mower crawled up the washer and dumped over on us!! Obviously I watched too many movies because my little butt ran out of there screaming at him to, *Get up!!! It's gonna blow!!" My dad is laughing his butt off at me while I'm crying and panicking. I really thought that because we crashed, it would automatically blow up. LOL Dad and I never forgot about that time. It was one of his favorite memories and mine too. 💜💙💚

 

Linda Ellithorpe posted on 10/28/20

I’ve known Ray since he was 12 yrs old.. I have MANY great memories of our young lives together . He was my brother in law and one of my favorite SHifflets of them all. May you Rest In Peace sweetie, with many of your friends and family , that have also left us way to soon. 🙏❤️

 

Wesley Thompson posted on 10/28/20

You were the best father to walk this earth. You did more for me than I had ever realized. I’m absolutely devastated you’re gone, but we will meet again. I’ll never forget all the things you taught me, including the path that will allow us to meet again. There’s been so many things during these last 3 weeks I wanted to call and tell you about but I couldn’t. This is the hardest thing I’ve ever faced, but fortunately you raised me to be strong. I can’t thank you enough for everything, and there’s nothing I wouldn’t do to have you back, even if only for a few minutes. I already miss you more than words can describe, you were my best friend. I love you always, Dad. I hope I make you proud.

 

Alan Chambers posted on 10/28/20

No better friend. No worse wingman. No better twisting off. Rest in peace my friend.

 

 

Rhonda & Phillip Ahrlett posted on 10/28/20

You will always be missed and forever in the hearts of those that love you. Rest In Peace

 

Joey Reed posted on 10/28/20

My Grammy was the kindest, sweetest, most selfless person I have ever known. She was the foundation of our family and had a giant impact on all our lives. Grammy spent much of her life working and caring for her family. She wasn't a big traveler, and prefered to stay near home and see her family as often as possible. Thanksgiving was her favorite holiday and she loved having everyone come to her house for the day or weekend. She would have had everyone at her home every weekend if she could have. Her love for all of us was a safe place. We knew it was always there. Grammy was also dedicated to her churches. In many of her churches, her and Grandad took on responsibilities helping. Grandad would be an elder or a song leader and she would help with food, newsletters, or helping people at home or in need. She had seen many changes in her 99 years of life, but she really never seemed to be too impressed by them. Improvements in cars, the space race, TV, internet, microwaves were just things. She was more interested in what her children and their families were doing. We were all so incredibly lucky that she was ours and we had so many years to enjoy her love. Say hello to Grandad for us. We love you both forever. Joey

 

Carlos/ mary H Alvarado posted on 10/28/20

Dorothy we are going to miss you

 

Carlos/ mary H Alvarado posted on 10/28/20

Gramy we are going to miss you very much

 

[email protected] posted on 10/28/20

Carlos/ Nina Alvarado

 

Melisa posted on 10/28/20

Max was always a caring man to me and my husband and girls! Whether it was nodding his head even when he didn’t understand during a dinner when I was in college because I spoke to fast , which he in turn would ask my Neenie “what did she said, I didn’t understand a word”. He always greeted me with a hug and kiss and always told me bye. I will miss his nudging me in the kitchen to talk amongst all the loud noise going on around us with the family. Max could be a hard man to some, but honestly I never had that side given to me, he was a straight shooter and I personally appreciate and respect that. I loved hearing that they found a church that he loved and he found and grew in his walk with the Lord! Such a blessing!! Max we will miss you, but we will be with you again one day and for that I am forever grateful! Enjoy that perfect body and the fingers that don’t hurt while you are walking the streets of gold praising God in Paradise!

 

Emily (Lord) King posted on 10/27/20

In high school I worked with Scheriece at Randy’s BBQ. She made a mean chopped beef sandwich, but what stuck with me the most was her faithfulness and joyous attitude no matter the circumstances. She had a voice of God and was such a pleasure to be around! She will be missed dearly on Earth but is rejoicing upstairs. She was such a Woman of God. May we all strive to be such a Godly example.

 

Emily (Lord) King posted on 10/27/20

While in high school I worked with Scheriece at Randy’s BBQ. She made a mean chopped beef sandwich, but what stuck with me the most was her faithfulness and joyous attitude no matter the circumstances. She had a voice of God and was such a pleasure to be around! She will be missed dearly on Earth but is rejoicing upstairs. She was such a Woman of God. May we all strive to be such a Godly example.

 

 

Tina Watson posted on 10/27/20

I love you sweetheart

 

Fam Weaver posted on 10/27/20

Jan left too soon. Death has no respect. God has Jan in his memory and will never forget her - Isaiah 26:19

 

N & S posted on 10/27/20

Max, your life impacted alot of people. You left great memories - isaiah 33:24

 

cheo posted on 10/27/20

Mr. Dee, rest in peace sir. God has you in his memory. Revelation 21:3, 4

 

Daryl Rowell posted on 10/27/20

Thoughts and prayers to you all. I worked with her at David's Supermarket in Acton years ago and always thought she was a funny, cool, and very special lady.

 

happy. Culley posted on 10/26/20

Uncle Jack used to let me drive his car, sitting on his lap to steer while he did the pedals, on the way to school when I was in the 2nd grade at Dublin. Lasted until I met a school bus at the turn and put his car in the ditch. Granddad was not happy.

 

Lisa Rousseau posted on 10/26/20

Building an equsite egg crate with Booby and I for our Science project. Welding was included. He definitely went above and beyond to help us win and we did!

 

Shannon Richardson posted on 10/26/20

An amazing women! Blessed to have been graced with knowing her. Love Derek and Shannon Richardson

 

Peggy Felty posted on 10/26/20

I am so sorry to hear of your loss. My prayers are with you and your family.

 

 

Lisa Weinberg posted on 10/26/20

I am going to miss your giggle and your willingness to pray with me immediately, not simply saying you would pray for me (at a later time). You touched my life greatly in the last few years I have know you. I love you, my sweet friend! See you on the other side of Jordan.

 

Henrietta Edwards posted on 10/26/20

U are beautiful inside and out!! I will miss u so much ! I hear u singing to Jesus! Till we meet again! I love u my precious friend and sister😘❤️🦋🌺

 

Henrietta Edwards posted on 10/26/20

U are so beautiful inside and out I will miss u always! I can hear u singing to Jesus! Till we meet again! I love u my most precious sister and friend😘🦋🌺

 

Vickie Renz posted on 10/26/20

I love you dear friend.your smile and your spirit lives on forever until we meet again.

 

Geneva Griffith posted on 10/26/20

Miss you sweet friend still hard for me to believe you are living in heaven with Jesus. I was so blessed to have you in my life sister. ❤️

 

Elva posted on 10/26/20

You were such a sweet and caring person. You will be missed dearly sweet Sister. I thank the Lord for allowing our paths to cross, it was a blessing. Till we meet again, love you🤍

 

Elva posted on 10/26/20

You will be missed dearly sweet Sister! I thank the Lord for allowing our paths to cross. You were such a sweet and caring soul. Till we meet again, love you🤍

 

Cyndi Steed 🦋 posted on 10/26/20

Will miss you, you will be missed by many Your voice was a gift from God, your smile was beautiful too/I love you ❤️❤️❤️🦋🦋

 

JJ Skip Lind posted on 10/26/20

My condolences to Steve's family. Gone too early, as the world needs more characters like "Dozo." I was a shipmate of Steve's for many years in VP-65 and very much enjoyed the VP-4 story of him flying through the water plume of the Soviet missile! Steve was a classic Naval Aviator. A skilled aviator, cool under fire, able to leap tall buildings on liberty, and just a wonderful character! One fond memory flying with Steve as we were transiting cross country back to Point Mugu, he cancelled our flight plan with the controller, descended and proceeded to fly past his parents ranch at low altitude to "rock the wings" and say "hi!" He obviously had planned the route so we could do that and carried it out in fine Naval Aviation form! Tail winds and clear skies Shipmate, you will be missed.

 

roy cooper posted on 10/26/20

We never met but Dave helped me so much over the years via Just Plain Folks, a songwriters forum. A real gentleman. R.I.P my friend.

 

Crycilla Moore posted on 10/25/20

Well my Beloved Sister in Christ I miss you almost more than my heart can take. You were one of the richest blessing God gave me here. Your love for God and singing to Him were awesome to watch. I will miss you always till we meet in the kingdom. Love you.

 

Cyndi Steed posted on 10/25/20

Scherice, you will be missed so much by so many Your singing was a gift from God . I will cherish our times together❤️🦋

 

 

Anita Royalty posted on 10/25/20

You will always be missed, you were a light when there was darkness, your singing in heaven now. Love you Anita and kenny

 

Donna Troxell posted on 10/25/20

I have such wonderful memories of you Aunt Geneva. So many memories I can't list them all. One of the sweetest Aunt. You will be truly missed. Love you forever. Debbie Gregory my prayers are with you. I Love you so much

 

Paul Gift posted on 10/24/20

I was saddened to receive an email about Steve's passing. He had joined VP-4 several months prior to my arrival. Although we didn't hang out together on a regular basis, we were friends and welcomed each other's company. It took me a bit to realize who the notice was about as I never called him Steve. To me and my peers he was always Dozo. I remember him for his bushy mustache, deep voice, a Sherlock Holmes style pipe he always had with him and his calm, unflappable manner. He was a real pleasure to fly with and set a great example to us junior pilots always remaining calm and in charge regardless of what was going on around him. I remember one event in particular that I want to share. I believe the year was 1975. The Russians had posted a notice advising all ships and aircraft to stay out of a mile square area in the Pacific Ocean, somewhere north of Midway Island. They planned to launch an (unarmed) ICBM and land it in the middle of that square mile of ocean. They were running some tests with the launch and had several of their research vessels around the perimeter of that space in the ocean. So what does the Navy do? We sent several airplanes into that area to see if we could learn anything from their test. I was aboard one aircraft, near the area's perimeter. I was standing in an area in the cockpit right behind the flying pilots and had a plexiglass board and grease pencils to assist me as I was acting as the airborne air traffic control for the handful of planes we had in the area to keep everyone from running into each other. I had stacked our aircraft in a circling pattern and Dozo was flying the plane at the bottom of the stack and would be first on scene. We received word that the ICBM had launched and had an ETA (estimated time of arrival). I told Dozo to adjust his circle pattern so as to arrive as soon as possible at the impact point after the missile had arrived. We were counting down the time to missile arrival. I had lost track of Dozo's circling, but had cleared him into the area at his own discretion. It was a clear day and I could see the entire target area surrounded by Russian research ships. Suddenly there was impact as the ICBM arrived. A high plume of water resulted and to my surprise, here came Dozo who flew right through the solid plume of water. He was so close, my concern was that his engines might stall out from the ingestion of solid water and I held my breath. But here came Dozo, flying out the other side. He couldn't have been any closer to the arrival point without arriving at the same time as the ICBM. I always imagined him in the seat, flying with his signature pipe between his teeth, as calm as a summer breakfast on the patio. As a result of his professional skill in getting his aircraft as close as he did, his crew was able to attain valuable intelligence we didn't previously possess. I'll never forget Dozo.

 

Monty posted on 10/24/20

You should have seen his face when his he found his four year old grandson gasing up his brand new motorcycle with the water hose!!😂

 

Weaver Family posted on 10/24/20

So sorry for your loss family of Colten. So young he was. God is love and also feels your pain - Isaiah 26:19, isaiah 25:8

 

Chuck Williams posted on 10/24/20

My condolences to Max's family! I had the privilege of working with Max on a few prison projects as Union Ironworkers in the late 80's early 90's. Max was very knowledgeable about the industry and I was fortunate to learn from him. He was fun to share time with, a good man, father and mentor. He will be missed! He was one of my best friends and appreciate what he did for our family. Thank you Brother Max and RIP! Chuck & Diane Williams Crescent City, CA

 

Weaver Family posted on 10/24/20

A cowboy gone too soon. Rest in peace Mr. Crabtree - Job 14:14,15

 

Weavers posted on 10/24/20

Rest in peace Mr. Ray. And may God give your surviving family the strength to carry on. Isaiah 25:8

 

cheo posted on 10/24/20

The Hammer will definitely be missed. Rest in peace - Job 14:14, 15

 

chelita posted on 10/24/20

There will never be another mr. Robert. Rest in peace sir. Job 14:14, 15

 

Fam Weavers posted on 10/24/20

Rest in peace ms. June Isaiah 26:19

 

chelita posted on 10/24/20

Rest in peace Ermanie Isaiah 33:24

 

Peggy Goosman Stenson posted on 10/24/20

So very sorry for your loss. Prayers and love for you all. She will be missed. Hugs 😪

 

Sondi Albro posted on 10/23/20

Jodi, I'm so sorry for you loss. I'm always here for you if you need me!!

 

 

Sondi Albro posted on 10/23/20

Rest in in The Lords arms!

 

Jerry Williamson posted on 10/23/20

He will be missed by his TD family. I have such fond memories of him.

 

Linda B Houser posted on 10/23/20

I will always remember Lisa as a young girl playing with my kids, she was a sweet girl and always had a smile on her face, she will be missed.

 

Barry Stewart posted on 10/23/20

I’ve known Scott for 72 years. He was caring, a standup guy. You knew you could depend on him. He was a straight shooter, honest, authentic, the Real Deal. He always called me “Stewart”. My phone would ring and I can still hear, “Stewart, this is Crabtree”. It was a honor to call him my friend. Rest In Peace, Crabtree

 

Barry Stewart posted on 10/23/20

I’ve known Scott for 72 years. He was caring, a standup guy, you knew you could depend on him. He was a straight shooter, honest, authentic, the real deal. He always called me Stewart. My phone would ring and I can still hear “Stewart, this is Crabtree“. It was an honor to have called him my friend. Rest in peace, Crabtree

 

Kenneth Morrow W5DTX posted on 10/23/20

Ray KI5CGP was very well liked among the Hood County Amateur Radio Club membership. He always had a smile on his face at the club meetings. Ray will be missed by all. The Club's deepest condolences go out to the Reed Family and friends during this time of mourning. The Hood County Amateur Radio Club Kenneth Morrow W5DTX President

 

Charlotte (Wood) Cowser posted on 10/23/20

Scott was always a friendly person to meet whenever he was encountered in Glen Rose. My late mother and father both loved Scott and Robbie very much. He will be missed, I am sure, by all who knew him.

 

 

Norma Temple posted on 10/23/20

A very sweet guy!!!

 

 

posted on 10/23/20

Norma Temple

 

Louise Mead posted on 10/23/20

It is with Deepest Sympathy and Sorrow that I learned of Lana's passing. Her mother and I were 1st grade girlfriends and we visited often...David,although I had not been able to meet you...Judy had said what a good match you were...May you be Comforted by the Lords words, we will meet again. Louise Mead

 

Judie Shields posted on 10/23/20

I am so sorry for the loss of Scott. Prayers and strength for all the family. Love you all.

 

 

Mary Elizabeth Arreola posted on 10/22/20

You’re at the pearly gates grandpa enjoy your new wings and always know that we love you

 

 

Mary Elizabeth Arreola posted on 10/22/20

To my grandpa now u have ur wing please grandpa always know I love you

 

Cindy Kountz White class of 76 posted on 10/22/20

So very sorry for your loss. Allen was a great guy and will be missed dearly. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Margie Simpson Ridings posted on 10/22/20

I’m so sorry to hear about uncle Allen sending thoughts and prayers.

 

Bob & Karen Willey posted on 10/22/20

Our prayers are with your family, we know you have the assurance to see him again because before he passed he said he 'Believed in Jesus as his Lord and Savior', believe as he does, and be certain you too will see him again! He will have the chess game setup for all the rest of us who will be following him, 'Home'!

 

Carol Rudat posted on 10/22/20

As a young bible school student Don and Shirley welcomed me into their home with open arms and kind hearts! Don had a great smile and a hearty laugh! Frank and I were shocked and saddened to hear of his passing. We had just been reminiscing about you and Don this week. Shirlee- what a tremendous loss for you. What a comfort to know we do not grieve as those with no hope You will be in our prayers in the days and weeks to come.

 

 

Rebecca Hendricks posted on 10/22/20

Love and miss you tt 💞💞😘😘

 

Rebecca With posted on 10/22/20

Jack and I are very sorry for your loss. I will miss June. I’m grateful that she is singing with the heavenly choir. Many hugs

 

Rebecca With posted on 10/22/20

Jack and I are very sorry for your loss. I will miss June. I’m so grateful that she is singing in the heavenly choir. Many hugs.

 

Donna Mayes posted on 10/22/20

I did not know this precious lady but I do know her daughter Kay. Everything said in her Obituary can be said for Kay. Her Mother had to be an amazing lady and I regret having never met her.

 

Danny and Veronica Webber posted on 10/22/20

A loss of someone special is so heart breaking. His life impacted some many others. He definitely fulfilled his purpose in life. He will be missed and the memories will be treasured more. Sheri, Brandon and Casie words cannot express this extreme loss. Just know your family and friends are supporting and loving all of you. Those tears will come and the sadness is overwhelming but when it is time your heart will beat again to enjoy life. Hugs and prayers for God’s peace, comfort, guidance, and His endless love. Please if you need anything we are here for all of you.

 

Bobby and Brenda Marler posted on 10/22/20

We love ❤️ you. Will miss fishing and camping. Miss you always

 

Lizzette posted on 10/22/20

My sincerest condolences to your family. Felipe we have known one another since 2005. You have always held a special place in my heart. I am Saddened to hear of your sudden passing. I will miss our talks while I'm driving to and from work. Joking around and reminiscing of our past. I will miss you terribly. May the Lord help us all during this time. I will pray for you and your family each night. May you rest in peace.

 

Debbie & Larry Lawrenc posted on 10/21/20

We are so sorry for your loss.Prayers of comfort for you family.

 

Jessica Ortega posted on 10/21/20

Rest in peace..... Felipe JR. You will be missed... May God bring comfort & healing to all of us God bless you Zapata family...

 

 

Shelley and Brian Gross posted on 10/21/20

Thinking of all of you during this difficult time.

 

Lisa Hopkins posted on 10/21/20

So sorry for your loss

 

Maulinda Donahoo Brown posted on 10/21/20

Your family is in my prayers. Your Mom was a wonderful lady. I always enjoyed seeing her.

 

Joy Bardo posted on 10/21/20

In knowing her living daughter Kay for so many years, I can testify that she raised her children in a religious and gentle home, instilling in them all a love of Christ and his teachings...she was for sure welcomed HOME with HIM and her beloved husband! She is HAPPY again!!!!

 

Joy Bardo posted on 10/21/20

In knowing her loving daughter, Kay, for so very many years and her other children thru Kay, I can testify that Erma Reeves was a very loving and spiritual lady who loved the Lord and taught her children the same...she IS with HIM now and her beloved husband! I am sooooo happy for her!

 

Jerry Rash posted on 10/21/20

SORRY TO HEAR THE NEWS REST IN PEACE MY FRIEND

 

Norman Haussmann posted on 10/21/20

I was Steve's commanding officer (CO) in VP-65. One day I noticed him wearing the rank of Lieutenant Junior Grade (LTJG), a very junior rank. I said, Steve, you can't be a LTJG. He said, all I want to do is fly. If people think I'm a LTJG, they won't ask me to do anything responsible on the ground because a junior officer is not too smart. I just laughed but totally understood what he was saying. After my change of command, turning over the squadron to the next CO, Steve approached me, raising both arms so I could see the gold strips on his dress blue uniform. Sure enough, he had promoted himself to his correct rank of Lieutenant Commander (LCDR). I was impressed and said congratulations. His response, was "sir, I did this just for you." I will never forget that moment.

 

Hutch Hutchison posted on 10/21/20

Dozo was my 2P in VP-4, Crew 4. Good friend, fine pilot, fun to be around, and will be missed. Farewell shipmate.

 

Hutch Hutchison posted on 10/21/20

Steve was my 2p in VP-4, a great guy, fine pilot, and friend, He will be missed, Farewell shipmate.

 

Bob Bernier posted on 10/21/20

Well Dozo, whoever penned the lines: “He was a purveyor of fine scotch, cigars, and bad jokes,” in your obit got it exactly right. And looking back over the years, we shared many adventures flying those mighty Orions first with the Skinny Dragons, and then with VP-65. Making landfalls at ports of call ranging from U-Tapao, Thailand to NAS Brunswick, Maine, and looking at a lot of water in-between. So long old friend, and may you enjoy blue skies and fair winds as you make that final flight West.

 

Jerry and Doris Smith posted on 10/21/20

So sorry for your loss. We will be not able to attend the service in Loop, but will be thinking of all the family

 

Robert M. Leach posted on 10/20/20

Lt. Dozier made being in VP-4 a happy thing. Thank you Sir.

 

 

Sandy Hedger posted on 10/20/20

Miss you and love you very much

 

William Broadwell, Captain, USN (Ret) posted on 10/20/20

Farewell shipmate. You will be missed!!!!

 

 

Karla K. Bounds posted on 10/20/20

So sorry for your loss Gary. Praying for you and your family.Cousin of Laureen in Mo.

 

John Larson posted on 10/20/20

I knew Steve from the mid 1970's. We were in Navy Patrol Squadron 4 at NAS Barbers Point in Hawaii. We got to fly on the same crew for awhile. Steve was the copilot and I was the third pilot on the crew. He was a great aviator and he was fun to be around. He had a great laugh. I got to go on a cross country flight once with Steve to Texas. I remember having the chance to go horseback riding with him. I ran across Steve at the VP-4 reunion at Las Vegas in 2003.It was good to catch up on our lives since the 70's. Fair Winds and Following Seas Steve ( If I could have an email address, I have a couple of pictures of Steve from 1975. I can send them to you).

 

 

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we love you

 

LaJuan Busby posted on 10/20/20

Al and JoAnne, I was so sad to hear of Lisa's death just after her excitement of moving to Hawaii. Lisa and I had numerous talks at church (TC) and She was always just a light -always exhibiting joy in the midst of her many health challenges. She also told me many times of her love for her children and hope of one day seeing them again. Lisa was a delightful friend, who had such a heart for Jesus, a heart for you two and her children, and cared for others in such a sweet way. Lisa will be missed, since she was loved by so many!

 

Trish posted on 10/20/20

I met Lisa a few years ago in church and she was a beautiful person inside and out, she will be missed by all who knew her, May she rest easy in her Fathers arms, what a blessing to have known Lisa. Condolences and prayers for her family.

 

 

Rodriguez Family posted on 10/20/20

Thinking of you all in this difficult time and sending all our love and prayers

 

Lloyd and Linda Marsh posted on 10/19/20

A sweet man gone to be with his Savior! I will never forget the first time we met. He and Barbara were the first couple at Lakeside Baptist to welcome us with open arms and friendship. Our thoughts and prayers will be with you Barbara and family. Our love, Lloyd and Linda Marsh!

 

Joel Noonkester posted on 10/19/20

Denise was a great friend of mine and I even mowed her yard for many years., She will be missed by me and others. Rest In Peace My Friend.

 

Barbara Bramlett posted on 10/19/20

My dear sweet brother. You suffered through many years of pain from many back surgeries and rare infections that robbed you of your health through your retirement. I am comforted knowing that you are now free of pain and suffering, but I will miss you so much. Until we meet again, I will love you and cherish our memories of days gone by and love you forever. Your baby sister.

 

Sandra and Mike Hackworth posted on 10/19/20

Our sincere condolences to the family. Lynn was a very talented man and close lifelong friend.

 

 

Beth Warner, niece posted on 10/19/20

I love you my dear sweet Uncle! The years have passed and we didn't see each other much but one sweet day we will all be together! What a glorious day that will be. RIP 💗

 

Marilyn Sirois posted on 10/19/20

I have long been gone from Glen Rose but remembering Celinda remains a highlight of our years there. What a beautiful smile and beautiful spirit behind it. I wish her family especially Ronald peace and joy in having shared so many years with Celinda . God bless you.

 

Ariel posted on 10/18/20

I met Lisa in church a few years ago and she was such a blessing and light. When many of us struggled with life, she was always quick to come alongside us. She never complained and her spirit was always joyful. I’m incredibly sad that I won’t be able to see Lisa again this side of heaven but I’m so grateful to know that there is no doubt that I will see her again in paradise. Rest easy beautiful friend. Until we meet again. 💕

 

Angie Hodges Blankemeyer posted on 10/18/20

Love and miss you my dearest of friends. We will laugh together again soon.

 

Betty Lou Teague-Hicks posted on 10/18/20

I was So Sorry to hear of the passing of Carolyn..She was a wonderful person and kind to all who passed through Her Cafeteria lines ! Sending Love, Thoughts & Prayers for ALL of Her family and friends everywhere !

 

Betty Lou Teague-Hicks posted on 10/18/20

I was So Sorry to hear of Delbert's passing..I mostly knew him in school..and it's been awhile. Sending Thoughts, Prayers & Love for ALL of His family and friends.

 

Betty Lou Teague-Hicks posted on 10/18/20

Dear Rosie and family...Donna & I were SO SAD to hear about Larry's passing. It's been awhile..but had GOOD MEMORIES of y'all. Thoughts and Prayers for You and ALL of the Family. With Love ! Donna & Betty Lou (Teague)

 

Betty Lou Teague-Hicks posted on 10/18/20

I was So Sorry to hear that Joe passed away. I knew him in school, but it's been many years since I last saw him. Prayers for ALL of His family and friends.

 

Betty Lou Teague-Hicks posted on 10/18/20

I was So Sorry to hear about the passing of Celinda. I remember her from School & She was so sweet !. Sending My Love and Prayers for Ronald and Family and her sister Sherry..and ALL of Her family and friends.

 

William Oxford posted on 10/17/20

so sorry to hear. old friend since she worked at Lewelleln law office in 1990s

 

Alice Chen posted on 10/17/20

Our hearts are so saddened by this loss. Lisa had such a beautiful heart and a heart-felt love for our Savior. We are grateful to know that she’s in a much much better place, and that we will meet again one day. Our prayers & deepest condolences to the family. Alice & Nikki Chen

 

Sharon KING posted on 10/17/20

Lisa is with our Lord GOD now. Her smile must be brighter than ever. RIP sweetie

 

Sharon KING posted on 10/17/20

Beautiful Smile

 

Jaira Molina posted on 10/17/20

I want to give my condolences to Lisa's family and friends. I'm so sorry for your loss, I'm Sharing in your sadness has we remember Lisa and all the moments God blessed us with her. She might be Gone from our sight, but never from our hearts. Praying that Our Lord surrounds each one of you hurting with His love,healing and comforting hugs. God Bless in my prayers with Love Jaira Molina her sister in christ from truth church 💜

 

chelita posted on 10/17/20

Ms. Sonia, rest in peace. You lived a long satisfactory life i'm sure and God has you in his memory - isaiah 33:24

 

Fam Weaver posted on 10/17/20

So sorry about Ninas loss. God has her in his memory and saw all her good deeds. Revelation 21:3,4

 

Sam & Erica Park posted on 10/17/20

Erica and I am blessed and honored to have had the privilege of knowing Lisa. She was an amazing woman of God who loved the Lord with all her heart! She will be missed by so many here in Littleton, CO. Al & Joanne, we express our deepest condolences. Know that you are in our prayers.

 

cheo posted on 10/17/20

So sorry about Celindas passing. Revelation 21:3,4

 

 

Suzi Stephenson posted on 10/16/20

Oh Celinda, we had so many conversations in Brookshires as we shopped and talked I will always treasure those times because they were so very special to me because when you and Ron came to Blackies it was loud or we got interrupted I will miss you my sweet lady so very much Love you Celinda❤️🙏

 

Susie Hosey posted on 10/16/20

Lisa was so brave and shared such a love of Jesus! Sad that her bright light has gone out here on this earth but looking forward to seeing her joyin heaven. My prayers and sympathies to her family.

 

Steve and Trish C posted on 10/16/20

We would like to express our deepest sympathies to Lisa's family and friends. Lisa was a warm, loving, and compassionate person, with a strong love and devotion to Jesus. We have been blessed to have met her, prayed with her, and be encouraged by her presence. We would also like to extend our sympathies to her Truth Church family in Littleton, Colorado, who were also blessed by her presence, and sharing with her love of Jesus. We are sorry for your loss.

 

Steve and Trish C. posted on 10/16/20

We would like to express our deepest sympathies to Lisa's family and friends. Lisa was a kind, warm, loving, and compassionate person and we have been truly blessed to have met her, prayed with her, and encouraged by her. I also would like to extend our sympathies her Truth Church family in Littleton, Colorado, who loved Lisa and shared in Lisa's strong love of the Lord.

 

Lesley MCcarthy posted on 10/16/20

I’ve only known Celinda a few years since I came to Glen Rose, but she was such fun and such a joy to be around. Blessings to all the family for their very sad loss. Love to you all Lesley and Ross

 

Sammy Martinez posted on 10/15/20

Mark is a person that would do anything for you with no questions. He was there when you needed him. He will truly be missed. Mark you can't be shooting guns up in heaven! Maybe? Prayers to your family and healing will come in time.. Love you brother!

 

Linda Wilson posted on 10/15/20

I was so saddened to hear of Celinda's death, but I know we will meet again. I miss visiting with her at church. She loved the Lord. I pray for God to comfort and bless her sweet family.

 

ali hoes posted on 10/15/20

He was the best father a kid could ever have i could never have a better dad i loved him a lot. he was the only person i could trust in the world i told him all of my secrets miss you and love you.

 

Mary Davis Fesler posted on 10/15/20

My condolences to Darlenes family. We keep in contact with Aunt Ollie. We haven’t been able to visit in the last year due to each of us health and accidents . I call and write to her and I know Pen and Neva call her . We (3) are cousins to Darlene . Our father Charlie was Uncle Top’s brother. We lost our mother 10 yrs ago and our older sister ,Jerry Ann about 7 yrs. ago

 

Louise and Chester Raifsnider posted on 10/15/20

So saddened t hear about Celinda. She was such a fun and sweet lady. I will miss seeing her around town. She will be sorely missed by those who k new. Prayers for Ronnie and the children.

 

 

Aiya Nic’kole posted on 10/15/20

rest in paradise 🤞🏼 make sure to look over your friends and family and keep them safe silly goose ❤️

 

chelita posted on 10/14/20

Greg was my mothers age. To lose a parent is the hardest thing ever. When i lost my own father i found comfirt in Gods promise found in Isaiah 25:8 and Isaiah 26:19. Hopefully it can bring you comfort as well.

 

Robbin Strevel posted on 10/14/20

Lisa L💜ves GOD Soo much! She always told of GOD & how important GOD is! Thank YOU, Lisa for caring & living Soo much!✝️🦋✝️

 

Joe and Lisa Hill posted on 10/14/20

I am very sorry for your loss. She was an amazing lady with a great sense of humor! She will be missed! ❤️

 

cheo posted on 10/14/20

Family of Kanyon, so very sorry for your loss. Young and beautiful kanyon was. May the good lord give you the strength needed in these trying times - Isaiah 25:8

 

Aunt Dana and Uncle Dave posted on 10/14/20

So very sorry for your loss. We are sure Kanyon will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Love you.

 

 

Terry posted on 10/14/20

Tim, I can’t even express how sorry I am for your loss. I will keep you and your entire family in my loving thoughts and prayers.

 

Maisie Morris Freedman posted on 10/14/20

I am so sorry to hear about Celinda's passing. I remember the good times we had in high school!!

 

Lois Grace posted on 10/14/20

Ben thank you so very much for caring for Mary. She was so special and the kindest person a friend could have. I will miss her dearly. Bless you for your care of her.

 

Philip Daniels posted on 10/14/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Love you all. Uncle Philip

 

 

Philip Daniels posted on 10/14/20

To my Beautiful Great Niece. Love you very much. Uncle Phil.

 

Ron Nations posted on 10/14/20

I always enjoyed visiting with Dick at the coffee shop. He loved his family and the Granbury community and invested in the youth of the area. May God's love and many fond memories help to sustain his family during this sad time.

 

Sharon Hodgson posted on 10/14/20

Please accept my condolences ..... I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Janice Pigue posted on 10/12/20

So sorry for your loss, Sheryl. You have been and continue to be in my prayers. May God grant you courage and peace during all your struggles. I am sending you much love!

 

Janice Pigue posted on 10/12/20

So sorry, Sheryl for your loss. You have already been in my thoughts and prayers and will continue to be. May God grant you courage and peace through difficult times. Sending you much love!

 

Ralphine Haynes posted on 10/12/20

Steve and Gay, I am so very sorry for your loss! I had no idea. Please let me know if there is ever anything I can do. Prayers for you all!!

 

Scott Sherrell posted on 10/12/20

Lisa was such an awesome person! I am so very sad to hear this news. I have so many great memories of spending time at the community swimming pool with Lisa, Al, and Jo Anne during the summer months of the mid-80s. My condolences go out to her family.

 

Deeana Durant posted on 10/11/20

RIP sweet girl. I will never understand why God takes the best ones so early. Thoughts and prayers for your family. . You will be missed.

 

Gisela Rice posted on 10/11/20

My Love and Condolences to Sheryl and familly. Rest in Peace Sharon. God Bless you all.

 

Keith Blocker posted on 10/11/20

So sorry to hear. My prayers to his family. I worked with Mark at Intel for his last three years there. I enjoyed our deep family and political conversations. God bless. You will be missed.

 

 

Tony Snyder posted on 10/11/20

R.I.P. old friend. I'll see you again one day around that camp fire we use to have as kids!

 

Estelle Bellow posted on 10/11/20

Just heard the new today...wow it took my breath away, life is so short...thanks for all the memories, I'm going to miss all the wonderful pictures of sunsets, cactus and guns...prayers for all friends and family during this time

 

Margie Graves posted on 10/10/20

Our hearts are so saddened by the loss of Matthew. His extended family loved him so much. His Grandparents: Fay and Jr. Pack, His Great Grandmother : Thelma Tarpley, His Great Great Grandmother : Beatrice Teague (She was so happy to be able to know him and spend some time with him, His Mother's siblings, Aunts and uncles: John, James and Jerry Tarpley, Vivian Petrea and Margie Graves.

 

Jessie Graham posted on 10/10/20

My dear Uncle Mark I'm at a loss for words about losing you it hurts so much and I just don't believe that it's true I know that you're in a better place much better than any of us here on Earth I love you so much and I'm so blessed that in these past few years I've got to spend a little bit more time with you then I have growing up you meant more than me than you could ever possibly know I know Wesley and the girls will miss you so much and you will never be forgotten and I know how proud you were of Wesley. I had one of the best times I've had in a very long time out at the cabin a couple weeks ago and I am very happy to be able to say that I shot my first ever shotgun with you and you taught me how to do it and laughed at me while I was scared and made fun of me for shaking but you were there for me and you helped me every step of the way I wish we could have got to do it again but when we meet again maybe we'll get to go to the countryside in heaven and go shoot some guns together I love you very much Uncle Mark you will be missed may you rest in peace

 

 

Star Garrett posted on 10/10/20

 

 

Patty and Gene Frisbie posted on 10/10/20

Shirlee we just heard of Don’s passing. We were heartbroken to hear the news. We feel honored to have known him. Know that prayers for comfort are coming your way. Love you Lady. Patty & Gene

 

 

Patty and Gene Frisbie posted on 10/10/20

SHIRLEE, we just heard of Don’s passing. What a sweet soul he was. We feel honored to have know him. You will be in our prayers. Love ya Lady. Patty & Gene

 

JT Smith posted on 10/10/20

Thank you Mark, for what you meant to our Old West World!

 

chelita posted on 10/10/20

Rest in peace ms. Sharon. God has better purpose for you in a new world. For now you sleep - Job 14:14-15

 

Pattie Mott posted on 10/10/20

I am sorry for your loss. I only knew Mark for a little while . He loved his family . May you always have wonderful memories

 

 

Dennis and Sheryl Osswald posted on 10/10/20

Our heartfelt condolences to all of his family and friends. He will be missed.

 

Fam Weaver posted on 10/10/20

Mark left many memories and God took notice of all his good deeds. God is Love and has a better condition for many asleep in the Tomb - Job 14:14-15

 

John Robetson posted on 10/10/20

So sorry to see the passing of Mark. He was a great guy. My sympathies to the family.

 

Wendy and Tom Scott posted on 10/10/20

My condolences to Wes and family. May God hold you tight and give you strength during this time

 

 

Cliff Garrett posted on 10/10/20

I will miss you My dear friend. I remember our lunch hours when we would return full of good food and you would say that you were fat, dumb, and happy:). Love it brother and that is my fondest memory of you!

 

John & LaRhea Petrea Family posted on 10/9/20

Much Love and Our heartfelt condolences for your loss...

 

Stephanie Rickmers Holley posted on 10/9/20

This absolutely breaks my heart! Lisa, you are such an inspiration to so many ! Your kindness to others and love were evident in all you said and did. When I think of you, I see Jesus! I can just picture Him telling you “Well done, my good and faithful servant.” You will surely be missed ! I love you, my sweet friend.

 

Stephanie Rickmers Holley posted on 10/9/20

This absolutely breaks my heart !!Lisa, you were and still are such an inspiration to so many through your kind words and positive attitude about life! Your live for the Lord shown brightly through you and when I think of you, I see Jesus in you and through you! We had some of the best times in High School and I am so glad we were able to reconnect . I will surely miss you, my dear friend!!!

 

 

Beverly (Wallace)Wood posted on 10/9/20

I grew up with the Riding's kids. Joe will be missed so much. RIP Joe

 

 

Jana McCollum posted on 10/9/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Hillarie Tolley posted on 10/8/20

This is so sad. She was always such a sweetie and was always posting nice comments on everything I posted. Rip Lisa

 

 

william l holster&GRACE posted on 10/8/20

Prayers for all families.

 

Gina Allen Moore posted on 10/8/20

So sorry to hear Lisa passed away! She will be missed by many! Condolences to all her friends and family! I have many fond memories of our friendship.

 

Gina Allen Moore posted on 10/8/20

Condolences to Lisa’s friends and family. I’m so sad to hear Lisa passed away. She will be missed by many!

 

Lisa Siegler posted on 10/8/20

Lisa has a beautiful smile and great atttitude.she had a loving heart and wanted to help when possible. We love you and will miss you.

 

Kelli Tomlinson Martin posted on 10/8/20

I was so sad and shocked to hear about Lisa's passing. She was a bright and beautiful young woman, and most of all a Christian, and in that we can all find comfort during this difficult time. She has gone home to be with the Lord and we shall see her again some day. May her friends and family seek His comfort during this sorrowful time. ~Kelli GHS, Class of '89

 

Amy Flippin- GHS Class of 1990 posted on 10/8/20

So sad to hear of Lisa’s passing. RIP Lisa. Prayers for her family.❤️

 

Kristie Cummins posted on 10/8/20

I will miss you so much my beautiful sweet friend. You were taken too soon. Spread your wings angel! Condolences to the family and all her friends. She was loved by so many.

 

Brande Weems Long - GHS 91’ posted on 10/8/20

Such a pure sweet soul.. Tough Loss for Everyone I know she is with our Father.. My Sympathies and Condolences to her entire family

 

Brande Weems Long - GHS 91’ posted on 10/8/20

This is such a sad , tough loss.. I know she’s with our a Father,, She was an awesome servant of the lord . My Sympathies and Condolences for her entire family

 

cheo posted on 10/8/20

Ms. Violet, rest a short time because the time will come when many in the tomb will come out - John 5:28-29

 

Fam Weavers posted on 10/8/20

Lisa was still young. Had so much to live for but death has no respect. God is Love and will eliminate death soon according to his promise found in ISAIAH 25:8

 

 

jackie mosley posted on 10/8/20

RIP Lisa

 

chelita posted on 10/8/20

Rest for now Denise. Family perkins, rest assure that Denise is not suffering only in deep sleep so says God in Ecclesiastes 9:5

 

Fam Vega posted on 10/8/20

May you rest in peace Joe Dale. God has better plans for mamy asleep in death. God is Love - John 5:28-29

 

Lauren Daves posted on 10/8/20

I will always remember Lisa's beautiful smile, caring nature and positive attitude. She is fondly remembered by all of her classmates. We had been in touch over the last few years and I am deeply saddened to hear of her death. May the Glory of Heaven be true paradise for her. See you there, Lisa.

 

Courtney Conner posted on 10/7/20

Daddy we love u and missing u.

 

Courtney Conner posted on 10/7/20

Dad i love you so much missing u

 

Sherri kepley posted on 10/7/20

I just talked to lisa and she was so excited about her move to Hawaii, I went to school with her and she was such a light too see every day. I am so sorry for your loss. She was a wonderful person.

 

 

Caren Dee Eames posted on 10/7/20

Awesome man

 

Fam Weavers posted on 10/7/20

Such pain when we lose sombody as good as Darrell. May he rest for now because God has better plans - Job 14:14-15

 

Weaver Family posted on 10/7/20

So sorry for the passing of young Matthew. May God give you all the comfort you need in these trying times - Job 14:14-15

 

cheo posted on 10/7/20

Rest in peace mr. James. You did so much good while on Earth. God says you no longer suffer according to Ecclesiastes 9:5 . Family Bullard, be assured that god is Love and has mr. James in his memory.

 

 

Jodie Eames posted on 10/7/20

Daddy you will forever be missed. Love you to the heavens and back.

 

Aaron Manuel posted on 10/6/20

He was an amazing and wonderful grandfather to Brayden Manuel and Brookelynn manuel

 

 

Ashley Bailey posted on 10/6/20

RIP dad... one of these days we will be together again but for now I’ll be down here doing my best to make you and mom proud!!! I love you and will miss you but am so glad your suffering is over and you are completely pain free!!! Drink a cup of coffee with mom for me and give her hugs and kisses please!!! Love your daughter, Ashley Nicole

 

Sherry Ferguson posted on 10/6/20

Jackie and I are so sorry for your loss. Mathew was an amazing, polite, and like a member of our family. I pray that God will comfort and give you a peace that only God can give. Know we will do anything we can to help you. Love, Jackie and Sherry

 

 

Linda Wells (Andy Banks's mum - England) posted on 10/6/20

Loving thoughts and sincere prayers for all the family in the loss of your beautiful lady.

 

Fam Wea posted on 10/6/20

Ms. Shirley, rest in peace. Your good deeds were noted by God. Better days are yet to come - John 5:28-29

 

cheo posted on 10/6/20

Rest in peace Ms. Beth. God has better plans for many asleep in the tomb. Ecclesiastes 9:5

 

Darla Lawson posted on 10/5/20

Our wonderful "bird man". You were a blessing to know and call you friend. Dance in heaven and I'll see you one day.

 

 

Le’Breaze posted on 10/5/20

I remember went to grannies nursing home and gave her all her Christmas presents she was so happy .

 

Fam Wea posted on 10/4/20

Ms. Bess, rest in peace. Sleep until God wakes you. He promises a Resurrection. John 5:28-29

 

chelita posted on 10/4/20

My deepest condolences about Larry. Isaiah 33:24

 

Fam Wea posted on 10/4/20

Mr. Dee rest in peace. God has noted all your good deeds and being a Loving god, he will awake many in the tombs according to his promise in John 5:28-29

 

 

Lisa (Moore) Gray posted on 10/4/20

So sad to hear of Carols passing, she was such a sweet lady. My thoughts and prayers are with all of the family.

 

Lisa Gray posted on 10/4/20

I'm so sorry to hear of Carol's passing, I remember spending the night with Kelly and always thought Carol was such a sweet and kind lady. I have many great memories of her and the family. My thoughts and prayers are with all of the family. God Bless!

 

cheo posted on 10/4/20

Ms. Mollie, rest in peace. God has better plans for many whom have departed and are in deep sleep - isaiah 26:19

 

Leslie Cogdill Wasilchak posted on 10/4/20

I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Bess. I can remember the times I would stay the night with Lisa and she would be cooking this huge breakfast for everyone. All the Martha Washington candy and pecan pralines she would make around Christmas time that I could not get enough of! Such a great memory that I will never forget. I always felt at home there just like I was one of her kids. I know she will be greatly missed.

 

Chester and Louise Raifsnider’s l posted on 10/4/20

Rosie and children I am so sorry to hear aboutLarry. He was such agglomeration guy. Have some good memories of him. His talent was awesome. Our prayers are for strength and peace inthe coming days. I wish I could make it better for you, but only time and

 

CJ STOKES posted on 10/3/20

I Miss my Friend..

 

David Barnett posted on 10/3/20

I worked with Nelson after he retired at True Value. Great man.

 

David Barnett posted on 10/3/20

I worked with Nelson in his retirement job at True Value. Good times.

 

 

Mary Broyles posted on 10/3/20

He was a wonderful man an love his family n friend's. Had a wonderful time with him an the boys when he was here in Michigan.. love ya cowboy...

 

Jodi Doyle posted on 10/3/20

My condolences to the family. Praying for you all.

 

Jerry and Rinda posted on 10/2/20

Our hearts go out to the entire French family for your recent losses.Dyrel and Betty will be missed by all.Prayers go out to the family

 

 

Tryharley. posted on 10/2/20

May Gods light shine on you and everyone you have touched

 

Harlan Janz posted on 10/2/20

Rest In Peace Dee thanks for all you done for us. You was always trying to help everyone luv you always

 

Jim & Shirley Kreko posted on 10/2/20

It's a sad time losing our Best Friend Mollie. Both our families enjoyed sharing Derby parties, Canasta games, & many of Schulze & Kreko family holidays. Mollie, Jim & Sons became our extended family. They were memorable times that continue to stay with us today. We extend our Sincere Sympathy to Jim & all the Family for including us for the fellowship shared over all the years they lived in Louisville, Ky. God Bless the Schulze Family. With Our Love, Jim & Shirley

 

cindy starr posted on 10/2/20

Mollie was always so sweet and gracious. She would not say much if Jim was talking, but she would comment with a look and a grin. Their are moments she would voice her opinion and sometimes Jim would would look at her as if saying, I can't believe you said that. She was gentle, but she could stand her ground. She will be missed by so many. Heaven has been given a true Angel.

 

Stacy Enyeart posted on 10/2/20

Delbert was an amazing man. His support to the Explosive Ordnance Disposal community helped saved lives as our operators worked to counter explosive threats. I first met Delbert in 2006 when our unit was deployed to Taji, Iraq. He quickly became a member of our military family. I am grateful I was able to know him. He will be deeply missed.

 

Charlotte cruz posted on 10/1/20

Loved watching uncle dyrel play 42.

 

Tracy Stoneman posted on 10/1/20

I just want to say that i am truly sorry for your loss your dad is such a sweet man he will be missed love to all of you

 

Sommar Benson posted on 10/1/20

Aunt Mary, you are an amazing woman, so caring, and such a kind heart. One of the best people I've ever known, and so lucky to call you family. I will miss you more than words can ever express.

 

Joe Gaydos posted on 10/1/20

Sorry to hear of Delberts passing.Delbert was the first person to befriend me at Glen Rose High School in 1969 and I always remembered that and truly appreciated his friendship and he called me long hair and I called him cowboy but we still had some good times.He will be missed but he is only asleep. 1Thessalonians 4:13-18

 

Tamara E. Vaughn posted on 10/1/20

I knew Delbert since the fifth grade when he moved to Glen Rose. He was always laughing and smiling. We use to exchange records back then until he brought back my Sonny and Cher record that was melted from being left in the hot car! We both loved to dance and never payed attention in class! I do remember he asked me to a church outing in 1968, he stood me up but the church took me along anyway! Ha! Next day he said he got busy and forgot. Of course I forgave him! Who couldn’t! He will be missed by all, especially his children that he always bragged about! Sweet guy! And it WAS never a dull moment with him!

 

 

Rita Lambert posted on 10/1/20

Praying our Lord will shelter you and your families in His Loving Arms forever.

 

Fam Wea posted on 10/1/20

Rest in peace Ms. Carol Isaiah 33:24

 

Ian Leonard. Royal Canadian amounted Police (Retired) posted on 9/30/20

Our friendship began in Edmonton in 1979, and has grown like a tree ever since. Don & Shirley are solely responsible for my addiction to the Experimental Aircraft Association annual event in Oshkosh WI. His passing came as a shock to me and my wife Ginny. That’s to be expected when a life long friend slips away. Don is with Jesus now, so everything is fine. I will miss him, and continue to love Shirley for as long as I can. God rest yee merry soul my fellow man. I

 

chelita posted on 9/30/20

Rest in peace Marijoye. Job 14:14-15

 

Ara posted on 9/30/20

Patsy lived a life to the fullest. She will be missed but her memories will be cherished. God has her in his memory for sure. Better days are yet to come - Job 14:14-15

 

chelita posted on 9/30/20

Diana, rest in peace. God has you in his memory. John 5:28-29

 

chelita posted on 9/30/20

Delbert will be missed for sure. Though he is gone, he left many good memories for his family and friends to cherish. God has him in his memory - Job 14:14-15

 

 

Chuck and Terri Cox posted on 9/29/20

Delbert was a great friend with a smile always! Ran lots of miles with him and there was never a dull moment!💜

 

Sissy Yarbrough posted on 9/29/20

You and your family are in my heart and mind. My condolences on the passing of your Mom. I am happy that she is not suffering anymore and she is resting peacefully. I know she was happy to be at home during her end of life with her family around

 

Sissy Yarbrough posted on 9/29/20

You and your family are in my heart and mind. My condolences on the passing of your Mom. I know she is resting now and having no pain. Happy that y’all were with her when she passed and she was at her home.

 

 

David Richards posted on 9/29/20

Love all y’all !

 

 

Kelly Hopper posted on 9/28/20

The best Mom/Nana anyone could ask for ! She will be missed 🦋🧡

 

Margaret Bonham , Calgary Alberta Canada posted on 9/28/20

Shirlee, Please accept my sincere condolences on Don’s passing. May your cherished memories give you comfort at this time. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers

 

Margaret Bonham , Calgary Alberta Canada posted on 9/28/20

Shirlee, I was so sorry to hear of Don’s sudden passing. Please accept my sincere condolences . May Your cherished memories give you comfort during this Sad time. I will keep you in my prayers

 

Ken and Tonya Patton posted on 9/28/20

Don was so very dear to Ken and I and we loved and admired him. He was always a great teacher about the Bible and witnessing for Jesus, ready to help

 

Vicki Bell posted on 9/28/20

Hi Shiree, so sad to learn of Dons passing. He was always a friend to Richard and me. Sending hugs to you. Richard and Vicki

 

Kristi & Lon Whitten posted on 9/28/20

Lon & I love you Ms Shirlee, our sweet Sister in Christ. You and Don have lived your lives in the fullness of Christ. Your servants hearts have been great examples to us all. You have loved well. We will miss Don greatly. May our Heavenly Father hold you tight...He will catch every tear. Our deepest condolences.

 

Mark pardue posted on 9/28/20

My love for the time we are apart my love grows stronger I well always be there for you.

 

 

Mark pardue posted on 9/28/20

My love I well be there for you as always for my love grows even stronger for this time that we are apart.

 

chelita posted on 9/28/20

Rest in peace mr. Joseph . God says in Ecclesiastes 9:5 that you are in peace and in deep sleep. Soon, many will live again.

 

Peggy S and Gerald K. Wetle posted on 9/27/20

Oh my heart Shirlee, we are so shocked to learn of Don going to his heavenly home so early. He was such a wonderful and kind man. He greeted us the last few times we were able to attend church, will never forget his sweet smile. He'll be greatly missed by so very people. Love and may provide comfort to you and your family. Peggy and Jerry Wetle

 

 

Mary & Sam Chamberlain posted on 9/26/20

We will meet you again, one day!

 

Mary and Sam Chamberlain posted on 9/26/20

To Joseph’s Family, Pam,we’re still in shock over your loss and our loss of Joseph. We all will miss him very much.We all will meet again someday. He is in Glorious celebration with his Family and friends. He’s free to do Gods work whatever it is. Being that God called him home early, for important reasons. Always remember he will always be close and protecting you!!!!♥️💜 We love you!

 

Sandy Price posted on 9/25/20

Condolences to each of George's family members, who will be so sad at his passing. He was so very proud of all of you, he loved you dearly and he loved to talk about you, always with glowing pride and deep affection. George went above and beyond for Boy Scout Troop 616 - the troop is still reaping the benefits of all his efforts. Thinking about you and sending love, John, Sandy & Matt Price.

 

 

Lillian Davis posted on 9/25/20

The many of conversations we had pertaining to your son Ricky coming to see you as your nurse I would look for that smile on your face when you knew your son was coming.

 

Barbara Langston posted on 9/25/20

Polly was the best friend to my mother, Bettie Buford, for the entire time that we lived on 51st Street in Odessa TX. They often spent time together after all the kids went to school. Polly and Bettie remained good friends after we moved away and Mom attended the Griffice family reunions in Lohn often so that she could see Polly again. I like to think that they are laughing together in heaven now. Polly was a sweet, loving, giving person and she will be missed.

 

Carrie Stewart posted on 9/24/20

Sweet Polly opened up her home when I lost my Mother we spent a few nights there trying to get Mama affairs taken care of she was so generous and loving I will never forget We love you Polly and will miss you

 

Carrie Stewart posted on 9/24/20

Carrie

 

Berta posted on 9/24/20

Ms Judy was an extraordinary special woman. She touched my life along with my entire family in OKlahoma. She worked at My daughters daycare early on and babies she loved so much so she took care of Many babies including my grand babies. We are very saddened to hear of her passing and missed Judy and Walter when they moved to Texas. God needed another angel in Heaven to help take care of the babies. Rest In Peace Judy. We love you ❤️

 

Harvey Harper posted on 9/23/20

Rest in peace, Georgia. We have many good memories. We are praying for the family.

 

 

Pam Snodgrass and Taylor Snodgrass posted on 9/22/20

Rest In Peace Georgia we love you

 

Pamela Snodgrass posted on 9/22/20

Georgia, Will miss you deeply,my Mother Martha Sheets loved you so very much, loved all the Time We all spent together you will be missed, my condolences to Danny ,Shannon and Bryn

 

 

Linda white posted on 9/22/20

Rest in love sweet cousin

 

Linda white posted on 9/22/20

Nancy and I were together most summers she would stay with me in Atlanta we made play houses and lots of mud pies. Kerry Von Erich was our crush, she was more to me than a cousin she was a friend I love you Nancy and cherish those memories rest in piece until we see each other again.

 

Brandy Distefano posted on 9/22/20

I absolutely loved spending summers with Nancy growing up. We sang Let's hear it for the boy at the top of our lungs with no shame, we rode 4-wheelers and sometimes we just sat and talked. Thanks for showing up to my 8th grade Graduation and loaning me your silver lame dress and taking me to Dallas after and going to get a Dr. Pepper at Sloans. You didn't have to and most older Cousins wouldn't have taken the time. Some of the best memories of my life. So many of my best memories involve you. I love you and miss that best friend/close Cousin. I know you are at peace now and sitting with your Mom and Johnny. Love you Cuz.

 

Laura Webb posted on 9/22/20

Our thoughts are with Paul's family upon his passing. May you always hold fond memories of his life with you. Our hearts are with you during this time. Sincerely, The Community Healthcare of Texas Team

 

cheo posted on 9/22/20

Rest in peace Ms. Joann JOB 14:14-15

 

Fam Wea posted on 9/22/20

May God give you all the strength to carry on in these trying times. Charlotte will never be forgotten. God is Love and has her in his memory. John 5:28-29

 

chelita posted on 9/22/20

So sorry for your loss David. May God give you the strength to carry on. in Ecclesiastes 9:5 god promises that Lana is just sleeping. No more pain.

 

Michelle Tennyson posted on 9/20/20

Uncle Bud was such an amazing, sweet, kind hearted man. I am blessed to have known him. He was very wise, witty and funny! We had many laughs, hugs, kisses and tears. Forever one of my favorite family members. My heart aches for his passing but I'm so happy he is no longer in pain and he's with aunt Claudette now. He loves my babies so very much. Always blowing them kisses and spending time with them no matter how crazy they were. He is by far a treasure and I'm so thankful I knew him. Words cannot express how much you mean to me and my family Uncle Bud. We love you so very much and always say a prayer and blow a kiss to you every night. I love and miss you so very much. You've changed my world as well as my children's. Forever and a day uncle Bud. Until we meet again, give heaven some hell.

 

Collin Icee posted on 9/20/20

Our thoughts of your smiles and fun times at our family events are always with me. Miss you.

 

Tina McGuire posted on 9/20/20

Pat McGuire.... what a man! Thank you for welcoming me into your family and for all of the love and support you gave over the years. You were such a wonderful Father in law and an amazing Grandpa, always giving so much to make us all feel special. Thank you for sharing your silly stories as well as your words of wisdom. You have always been larger than life to me~ Classy and cool, loving and kind, funny and smart, generous and giving. Thank you for being YOU and for the impact you have had in this world and in my heart. You will never be forgotten 💗

 

cheo posted on 9/20/20

Rest in peace Ryan Revelation 21:3-4

 

chelita posted on 9/20/20

My deepest condolences for your loss. Mr. Travis is in God's memory until he calls his Name - John 5:28-29. For now he sleeps.

 

Debbie Nickles posted on 9/20/20

Linda, We are so sorry to hear of your loss. We enjoyed many laughs with you and Ed at Linda’s Kitchen in Midlothian. Remember fondly that lovely Lake Austin Spa trip with you Gina and Margie. May you be well. Love from Phillip & Debbie Nickles

 

 

Deborah LeBleu posted on 9/20/20

Uncle Bud had so much knowledge of things and he spent many hours telling us about his life from the time he was a little boy until his time he had left with us. He was such a hard working husband and father for his family that while he was working he missed out spending as much time as he would have liked with his family. He felt it was his place to work as much as he could to provide for his kids and wife to make sure they wanted for nothing. He said his one regret was not being able to be there more as he feels that he missed out on so much of his time with his family, but felt it was his duty to them to work as much as he could to make them happy. In his last year's without Aunt Claudette he was a part of my kids and grandkids lives and was able to learn what he missed out on. He was so loved by me and his great nieces and nephews and well as his great great niece's and nephews. We went to every Whitney Wild Cats football games, even the out of town ones. He would drive to Hillsboro where I would meet him and we would drive someone 1&1/2 hours to ask away game, or we would meet at the Whitney football game in Whitney and he would save me a seat. We had our football bag that contained binoculars for both of us, seat pads, gloves and scarfs and blankets. This was the highlight of the week during football season. He also taught me a little about politics and history of the USA that I never took the time when I was younger to pay attention to. He helped to fill a void in my heart as well. I am so lucky that I took the time to listen to him as he enriched my life more than I was aware could be more enriched than it already was. I hope all will take the time to spend listening to their elders for they have a lot to offer us as well as for a good they may have. We live you Uncle Bud, till we meet again in heaven. Love Debbie

 

Cheryl Jones posted on 9/19/20

always in my heart

 

 

Ashley Westbrook posted on 9/19/20

Ryan was such a wonderful person and had such a sweet soul. He will be greatly missed. My deepest condolences to the family.

 

Pam and Zm posted on 9/18/20

Ryan attended school in Lipan with our boys. I just remember that beautiful smile! We are truly heartbroken for his Family! Please know we are lifting you in prayer. We want Ryan here but he is now in a beautiful and perfect place that God has created just for him💜💜💜

 

Ara posted on 9/18/20

Ms. Carolyn rest until the end. You lived a long satisfactory life and left many memories. Your good deeds are recorded by God and he will always remember you. JOB 14:14-15

 

cheo posted on 9/18/20

God has you in his memory ms. Valda. He saw your good Deeds and has better plans for Humankind - Isaiah 25:8

 

Krogmann Farms posted on 9/17/20

My good friend for many years. He was very good Christian man. He loves the Lord Jesus Christ! I miss him but one day I will see him again when time to twinkling an eye to meet him. I love him .

 

Romlee Stoughton posted on 9/17/20

Ben, so sorry to hear of your loss. Last surviving family member always makes us reflect on the past and take inventory on our own future. It's a natural thing we do. Mary was obviously a particularly special aunt and you were obviously a very special nephew making sure her needs were met when she needed you the most. My deepest condolences dear Ben!

 

Dewitt Muse posted on 9/17/20

Ben, So Sorry for your loss! A Truly Independent Woman, that managed to take care of herself as long as she could. Fortunately, you were able to step in and put your Mom and “Aunt Mary” together for the final chapter. Well Done, Much Appreciated Compassion and Appreciation for your Family. Rest In Peace Mary as you have done your part to inspire us all.

 

Dan McGuire posted on 9/17/20

I am so thankful to have been blessed with such a loving father. He always went out of his way to show me how much he loved me and was there for me when I needed someone to talk to. He was so special to my wife and children and will always hold such a special place in our hearts. I loved the stories he used to tell me growing up and all the fun we had together. He will truly be missed yet I am so glad to know that he is saved and sits with all those loved ones that went before him. I love you Dad.

 

Fam Weavers posted on 9/17/20

Rest in peace ms. B.J. JOHN 5:28-29

 

 

Steve King posted on 9/16/20

Many special memories while boating and fishing with Pat on Lake Texhoma. I was privileged to have Pat as my brother-in-law. He will always have a special place in my heart.

 

shirley mason posted on 9/16/20

so sorry for your loss,especially now when you can not have friends and relatives for a funeral.

 

shirley mason posted on 9/16/20

 

 

Kathleen posted on 9/16/20

I didn't know your mom very well, or for very long, but whenever I saw her at Waterview, she was always smiling. :) Her smiling face will be dearly missed ....

 

Roy and Becky Ice posted on 9/15/20

Have such good memories of Mary and Liz—their move to TX at their ages was an adventurous one and both settled in nicely here. Mary was a personable lady and devoted to her family. Love to Ben and Collin and to the Benson Family...❤️

 

 

Patrizia Nava posted on 9/15/20

Hello Ben and Collin, it is with great regret that I hear that your beloved aunt has passed. She is in a better place now. My deepest condolences.

 

 

Patrizia Nava, M.A., CA posted on 9/15/20

Ben, Collin, on behalf of the History of Aviation Collection and the Dean of Libraries, Dr. Ellen Safley, I am expressing our deepest sympathies for the loss of you aunt.

 

Roy and Becky Ice posted on 9/15/20

Enjoyed getting to know Mary and her sister Liz. Such a lively and personable lady who managed well all the knocks thrown at her in her later years! Love to Ben and Collin and all the Benson Family...

 

Marcella & Tim Gleason posted on 9/15/20

Ben, We are both so sorry for your loss. Prayers are with you and yours.

 

Rebecca Newman posted on 9/15/20

Ben & Collin, you are in my thoughts as you deal with this loss so soon after the loss of your Mom. I know that you have been a wonderful caretaker for Aunt Mary throughout this time. All of my love & care and may she Rest In Peace.

 

Diego Duran posted on 9/15/20

Hi Ben, My sincerest condolences during this difficult time. Your aunt sounded like a wonderful human and I am very sorry for your loss. Warmly, Diego

 

Jana Brown posted on 9/15/20

Mary was a fun and energetic woman! We enjoyed her quick sense of humor here at the Courtyards of Lake Granbury. Our deepest condolences to you and your family on the passing of your Aunt Mary. Many prayers to ease you through this difficult time.

 

 

Nelda Ireland posted on 9/15/20

In loving thoughts and prayer for you and Collin.

 

FLOYD CORSEY posted on 9/15/20

I didn’t know Mary personally, however as Ben’s Aunt she must have been a spectacular person with some exceptional life experiences, taken to soon. My sincerest sympathy goes out to Ben and his family at this time. May Aunt Mary Soar on the Wings of Angels as she transitions to her place beside our creator. May comfort be bestowed on Ben and his family and may Aunt Mary Rest In Peace. 🙏🥰🙏

 

Fam Wea posted on 9/15/20

May Ms. Mary sleep peacefully. God tells us in Ecclesiastes 9:5 that they suffer none. They are in deep sleep until God wakes them in the last day.

 

cheo posted on 9/15/20

Jeanette was such a beautiful soul indeed. God will never forget all her good deeds to people. May she rest for now until the last day - John 5:28-29

 

John R. Allen, Retired DPD & Retired Alvarado PD posted on 9/14/20

Earl was a good Police Officer,and a good Supervisor. It was a privilege,and an honor to have known,him,and worked with him at the DPD.My thoughts and prayers go out for his family,and many friends during this time of grief and sorrow. May Godspeed and RIP my Brother in Blue.

 

 

Cynthia Coffin posted on 9/14/20

Barbara so sorry for your loss.

 

Agnes Johnson posted on 9/14/20

I met Jeanette 25 years ago! We immediately became great friends. People at church called us “The Merry Widows”. She will be so missed by many people here in Lexington and in Texas🥰

 

Karen and Mike Case posted on 9/14/20

We enjoyed meeting Jeanette, she was such a lovely and friendly lady. Her smile is what we noticed first, it was always there! She will be greatly missed! Love and prayers!!

 

Fam Wea posted on 9/14/20

Deepest condolences for your loss. Eugene is now resting and waiting for God to wake him in the Resurrection - Job 14:14-15

 

Holly Youngblood posted on 9/13/20

I am going to miss you my sweet lady. It was my pleasure to have gotten to taken care of you. You fought such a hard battle Rest in peace my dear friend.

 

 

Matthew Beasley posted on 9/12/20

Painting my deck today, I remembered a trip that Maurice, Herman, and I took from Hooks Ford to another Ford dealership to take a crew cab pickup from Hooks to get a Explorer from the other dealership. Four hours one way. Stopped at a steak house to eat. Ordered our meals and the waitress asked if we wanted an order of onion rings for a appetizer. Maurice said we'd take a small order. When they came out, they were on a platter stacked 7" high. Maurice wanted to know what a large order was. 😁 This was about 11:30 in the morning and we could not eat another thing the rest of the day.

 

 

Loraine Pittenger posted on 9/12/20

Thinking of you all and praying for comfort.

 

Ara posted on 9/12/20

What a beautiful name for a beautiful lady that Lila was. Rest for now and may God wake you in the last day - Job 14:14-15

 

chelita posted on 9/12/20

Rest in peace ms. June, god has you in his memory - Job 14:14-15

 

Landa Rogers posted on 9/11/20

I will truly miss Jeanette. Her laughter was so contagious. She always dressed to the nines. She could make the ivories sing. Enjoy your reunion on the other side. Love and hugs to Kenneth, Melody and Kelly and their families.

 

Royce Jesko posted on 9/11/20

Most of my childhood memories involve Thomas, Tommy and the Crist family. Growing up and living just down the street from them we spent a lot of time together and it’s time and memories I will treasure forever. May you Rest in Eternal Peace Thomas.

 

Angie Glancy posted on 9/11/20

I remember Moe driving the boat as I learned to wake board. I spent several summers with Doug and MG on the lake with Moe in the drivers seat. I always felt so welcome in the Glotfelty house. What a blessing your family is to so many.

 

 

Jeff Fergerson posted on 9/11/20

Sending (((HUGS))), thoughts, prayers, peace and love. I miss those great conversations we used to have while you were gardening. Rest in peace. See you on the other side.

 

chelita posted on 9/11/20

The day will be here when Nobody will say "" I am sick "" - isaiah 33:24

 

cheo posted on 9/11/20

Soon death will end. ISAIAH 25:8

 

Floyd Gafford posted on 9/10/20

I went to School with Jeanette, Great Classmate, She was older but I remember her, and her Dad & Mom, GREAT TURKEY FOLKS!

 

 

Bonnie and John Tarmann posted on 9/10/20

I remember Uncle Moe staying with us and taking me to visit my Aunt Louellyn and Uncle Herman on their farm for weekends to get away from the city life. I will miss him a lot.

 

Linda graham posted on 9/10/20

So very sorry .Moe was a very good man and Jesus was waiting w open arms .God be w your family Helen.

 

Mary Ann Grabmeier posted on 9/9/20

To the Bieri & Rebarchik Families. I am so sorry to hear that Karen passed away. Please accept & share my sympathy with all of your families. Karen was a wonderful person. Your family chain may be unlinked but it will be linked again as God calls you all home in the future. Remember the good times you all shared over the years. Take care & God Bless You All

 

 

Matthew Beasley posted on 9/9/20

I remember uncle Maurice letting me sit in his lap and steer the car in a Zayres parking lot when he lived with us in Wheaton, MD. He will be missed.

 

Mary Holloway posted on 9/9/20

Beautiful, fun lady loved by all who knew her!

 

Carolyn Koepf posted on 9/9/20

My first memories of Jeanette were at FBC Glen Rose. I signed up to be a part of a sharing our faith group that she and her husband Kenneth had already been a part of for several years. I loved to be in the group with the Millers because they loved to share Jesus. Jeanette had such a beautiful smile that put everyone at ease. I also have beautiful memories of her as part of the WMU at FBC. She always made you feel loved and lived her faith openly for all to see her Savior. I am so glad she is smiling with Jesus today!

 

Randy Williams posted on 9/9/20

She will be missed. I will never forget all the great food she would make on Christmas Eve. Such great memories. And she played the piano beautiful. Always dressed to the nines.

 

Pam and Jimmy Garrett Family & Lisa Bandy and Family. posted on 9/9/20

May The Loving Memories of Maxine bring Laughter and Joy to all who hear about her . The stories Told of Her by Family and Friends will keep her Memory alive for us all to Share . Our Deepest Condolences to Maxines Family . We Pray for Peace and Comfort 🙏 For You all .

 

 

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Gina Crist posted on 9/9/20

I miss you Opa /Thomas. Your smiles and laughter and helping me every time I needed it. I miss seeing you sitting outside with your western shows and a beer. We had many good times sharing our stories outside enjoying the fresh air. I love you and miss you and I will see you again soon. Rest In Peace.

 

Steve Brigance posted on 9/9/20

What a wonderful person Judy was. She was my introduction to Fort Worth in 1986 when I joined BNRR and we became a team. Or rather, I joined “team Judy.” A wonderful professional and friend and I am saddened by her passing and extend my best wishes to Bob. 56 years of marriage and a lifetime together. What a blessing they were to one another and to all lucky enough to have come their way. My best to Bob and the family.

 

Charolette Jacoby posted on 9/9/20

Rest in peace Eugene. Eugene's family, you are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

 

Christy Martin posted on 9/9/20

So sorry to hear about Aunt Maxine. I know her and Grandmother are catching up on things now. I still can’t believe they are both gone and their timing so close together. Prayers for you all.

 

Georgetta posted on 9/8/20

She was such a caring beautiful person. I am so glad I had the pleasure of working with her at LGMC.

 

Tim and Rick posted on 9/8/20

Rhonda. We are sorry to hear about your mothers passing. We send our condolences. Wishing you peace in the following days..

 

Jaynee Wilson posted on 9/8/20

So sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. I have many wonderful memories from times spent at y’all’s house growing up. I will be keeping y’all in my thoughts and prayers. 🙏🏻❤️

 

Angela Thompson Bailey posted on 9/8/20

I love you, Grandmother. Rest in Peace. Until we meet again.

 

Tom and Arlene Alexander posted on 9/8/20

Maxine was a wonderful and sweet lady who happily embraced life. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Cox family. She will be missed. Much love

 

Don and Marsha Grissom posted on 9/8/20

What an amazing lady Mrs.Hadley was to every life she touched! Her gentle spirit coupled with her straight forward demeanor truly defined her. She loved our Lord, missed Bro. Hadley every day and loved her family unconditionally. She will be a joy to all in her heavenly home!

 

 

Patricia johnson posted on 9/7/20

Rest In Peace now. Amen

 

 

Brandy posted on 9/7/20

You will be missed Tommy

 

 

Brandy posted on 9/7/20

I will miss you cousin Love you always

 

Robert Northcott posted on 9/7/20

So deeply sorrow for the family’s and the community’s loss. Teresa and my ex wife Holly Northcott were such good friends. Holly passed a year ago and will be there in heaven to greet her with love, open arms and a big hug. Peace to all children who had the opportunity to be in Teresa’s classroom, they were blessed with love, compassion, understanding and hope.

 

Fam Wea posted on 9/7/20

Christie is not suffering. God promises in Ecclesiastes 9:5 that christie is in deep sleep. Family Shannon, you are in our prayers.

 

John T. Williams posted on 9/6/20

Earl was my training partner when I first came on the Dallas Police Dept. in 1964. We worked together many times after that and became good friends. Dave Holcomb was our Sergeant and he and Earl were good friends and they went into business together forming G&H Electric Company. It was very successful and after retiring from DPD he worked full-time as an electrician in the business. I have not seen Earl in a long time. I retired from DPD in 1989 and moved to Austin, Texas. I am so sorry to hear he passed away. We had good times together and he was an accomplished golfer with a low handicap. May he rest in peace in the arms of the Lord. My deepest condolences to Mary Ruth and their family.

 

Donna Miller posted on 9/6/20

Sorry to hear of Ray passing will miss his phone calls

 

cheo posted on 9/6/20

Judith Harris will rest for a short time then God will give her the opportunity to live again - Job 14:14-15

 

chelita posted on 9/6/20

May you rest for now Mary. Soon you will have the opportunity to live again. John 5:28-29

 

Fam Wea posted on 9/6/20

Eugene lived a great life and was loved by many. God has him in his memory and feels our pain when we lose a Loved one. For now, Eugene is resting - Job 14:14-15

 

Ara posted on 9/6/20

May Maxine rest for now because God has better plans for her according to his promise found in John 5:28-29.

 

chelita posted on 9/6/20

My deepest condolences for your loss of ms. Margaret. She was indeed one of a kind. May she rest for now until the last day. Family Hadley, please take consolation in God's promise found in Isaiah 33:24

 

Dana Eugene Latta posted on 9/5/20

Time for you to peacefully rest Pop.. I love you.

 

 

Carol Staton posted on 9/5/20

Aunt Charlene:You were a very special person I love you so much I love sharing my birthday with thank you for being a great aunt I will miss you dearly!

 

Kristin Coleman posted on 9/5/20

Thank you Mrs. Hadley for being a gracious lady! We have fond memories of Staff fellowships at your home! You lead by example and set the bar high as a Pastor’s wife while maintaining a servant’s heart. Keith (Student Minister 1994-2010), Kinsey and myself are praying for your family.

 

Shela Pierre Noel posted on 9/5/20

I always loved visiting with Mrs Hadley when we go down to Texas. She always wanted to know about How I’m doing in school. I will always think of her especially at night because she gave me a Teddy bear ( I named him Eddy) when I first met her. I still have it with me. She was one of the greatest people I know! Your legacy will continue to live! I’m glad you are with Jesus. My condolences to you all sending love And prayers ❤️.

 

Fam Wea posted on 9/5/20

So sorry for your loss of Judy. Family Banchand, please take consolation in God's promise registered in ISAIAH 33:24

 

Susan Hinson Julian posted on 9/5/20

I was Sarah's roommate in graduate school at Baylor. Mrs. Hadley treated like one of her own girls when we came for visits when we had breaks at Baylor.She even gave me my own chores!! Such a sweet and loving lady!! I have such fond memories of her!!

 

Rachel Barker posted on 9/5/20

Thank you for the wonderful memories of family togetherness and your epic coo coo clock! Thanksgiving always brings memories of walking up to your home on the lake with a pecan pie, the hand hand towel holders, your warm smile and a kitchen full of family, not to mention Thanksgiving Day football! I am so glad my dad was able to welcome you to your new home in heaven. I love you!

 

Diana Browne posted on 9/5/20

Sarah — your Mom was blessed to have you as a loving daughter and I know you have many happy memories to cherish. May God bless you and your family with comfort and peace in the days ahead. 💕🙏

 

Betty and Jimmy Reaves posted on 9/4/20

I admired this lady of many talents. She was my sister-in-law for 54 years! Jimmy and I are so sorry that the pandemic prevented us from coming to the service.

 

Biff Peterson posted on 9/4/20

Damn you wesley!

 

Benjamin Combs posted on 9/3/20

I Had the Honor and Privilege of Knowing Mr. Gage Through Encompass Health. We Had Plenty of Interest in Common, the US Military and Westerns. We Enjoyed the Same Movies and TV Shows, as Well as Each Other’s Company, Sharing a Wide Range of Topics. I Asked Mr. Gage if He Had Any Experience Building Fence??? He Said Yes, But Not Anymore. As I was Leaving That Day, I Said, “I’ll Be By in the Morning at 0700 Hrs. To Pick You Up to Help Me Build a Fence, Be Ready!!!” His Remark, “I Ain’t Going!!!” You Should Seen the Look on His Face. I Had a Great Time with Mr. Gage, He Will Surely Be Missed by His Family and Others That Knew Him. And Mary, Earl Will Be Waiting for You, on the Other Side of the Moon... With God’s Love, Grace, Faith, Hope and Blessings, Earl Was Called Home to Meet Jesus Christ... Rest-in-Eternal Sleep, Kind, Sir...

 

Wes & Jan Hendrix posted on 9/1/20

Val, our thoughts and prayers are with you. Jim was such a kind and generous man who definitely loved music.We have enjoyed the CDs he recorded for us. So sweet to watch you two dance in Mineola. We will miss him. Wes & Jan

 

Jerry and Eloise Carlisle posted on 9/1/20

Sam, Jerry and I just learned of Norma's death and wish to send our condolences. We are aware that we cannot truly know how you feel with her loss as we have never had to walk in just the way you are walking right now, we do know that our Savior is walking in you and will carry you through this sad time. Our prayer is that you will be lifted up to continue the life that you have shown to us since we first met you in February 1994.

 

Amanda Petties posted on 8/31/20

It was joy to know you and see you at church, Your presents always was a Blessing to me and put a smile on man face.

 

Celia ,(Eskitgis), Stathopoulos posted on 8/30/20

Condolences to Vals family ! May He Rest In Peace and His Memory Be Eternal ! 🙏☦️❤️🌹

 

Linda Julian posted on 8/30/20

I met Nancy through our friend Cathie Kayser. She was a warm and loving woman. I loved getting to know her and seeing her art. My condolences to her family.

 

Linda Julian posted on 8/30/20

I met Nancy through our friend Cathie Kayser. She was a warm and caring woman. I loved seeing her art and getting to know her. Condolences to her family.

 

Jan Stockton posted on 8/30/20

Hank you were one of the nicest men I've known. I think of you dearly each morning when I pick up the beautiful hand carved mirror you crafted for me. Rest now, dear friend.

 

Jim & Judy Bernethy posted on 8/29/20

Val we are so saddened to hear about Jimmy. Praying for you and the family. May God bless you with His peace. Love, Jim & Judy

 

Jim & Judy Bernethy posted on 8/29/20

Val we are so saddened to hear about Jimmy. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and the family. May God give you His peace during this difficult time. Love, Jim and Judy

 

Mike Naylor posted on 8/29/20

A very gentle and kind Man who loved GOD, loved all people and loved life.

 

 

COY posted on 8/29/20

“ GODSPEED JIMBO “

 

 

Mike Naylor posted on 8/29/20

A very gentle and kind Man who loved GOD loved life and loved all who he met

 

Rich and Pat Smith posted on 8/29/20

Our heartfelt condolences for your loss. May God's peace fill your heart.

 

chelita posted on 8/29/20

Doris may rest for now until God calls her name - Job 14:14-15. Family Beckway, you are in our prayers.

 

Fam Wea posted on 8/29/20

Deepest condolences for your loss. Jim was a good man and loved by many for sure. Family Myer, God has jim in his memory - Job 14:14-15

 

 

Nanci posted on 8/28/20

Was so very sorry to hear of Johnny's passing. I always held a very special place in my heart for him and know he always loved his family so. Many memories of Con Can, Corpus Christi and seeing him on and off over many years will be special reminders of the life he led. My sympathy to you all.

 

Brenda Stewart posted on 8/28/20

Sherry Shauna and boys, so sorry for ur loss. We just lost our mother so understand ur grief.

 

chelita posted on 8/28/20

So sorry for the loss of Peggy. She will never be forgotten and especually not by God her creator. He promises a better future - Isaiah 33:24

 

cheo posted on 8/28/20

So sorry for your loss. Ray was indeed a people person and will be missed by many. Please take consolation in Gods promise found in Isaiah 33:24

 

Ara posted on 8/28/20

So sorry for your loss. Val is resting and is in God's hands for a future Resurrection says John 5:28-29. Family Hale, you are in our prayers.

 

Ara posted on 8/28/20

Rest for now Mr. Hank. God has better plans for mankind - isaiah 26:19

 

cheo posted on 8/28/20

For now Nancy is resting. No more suffering. Please take consolation in God's promise found in Isaiah 33:24 family Luton.

 

Steven Jeffrey posted on 8/28/20

Goodbye bro I love you and you will be missed more than you know until we meet again love you brother

 

Steven Jeffrey posted on 8/28/20

Goodbye bro I want you to know that I love you and you'll be missed more than you know until we meet again I love you

 

Wayne Sekerke posted on 8/27/20

Val has blessed me in so many ways. He was my FAA cubicle neighbor for many years and then went on to be contract support for an inspection website. Val was the best at any project he took on e.g., creating websites or maintaining the many tools he supported. Nothing in this life kept him down. Even at some rehab visits, he would take his laptop to support his projects. Working with Val was a true honor. No matter what life puts in your path, you have choices. My friend Val chose to keep moving forward.

 

cheo posted on 8/27/20

Rest for now miss Mary. God has a plan for you. Isaiah 26:19

 

Vicky Harris posted on 8/27/20

Lisa I am so sorry for the loss of your son, I'm sending continued prayers for strength and comfort for you, your daughters and family

 

Fam Wea posted on 8/27/20

Sorry to hear of the passing of Betty. She lived a great life surrounded by people she loved. May she rest for now until God calls her name. John 5:28-29

 

cheo posted on 8/27/20

Its so sad when a young man like Gage passes. So vibrant. Breaks my heart. Please family Jenkins, take consolation in Gods promise found in Revelation 21:3-4

 

Annette Montgomery posted on 8/27/20

Mrs. Hunter Was an amazing lady . Always enjoyed visiting with her. Thank you for your service, Mrs Hunter . Prayers for her family and friends

 

Annette Montgomery posted on 8/27/20

Mrs. French was a very sweet lady . Enjoyed our talks . Prayers for her family

 

Tanya Dyson posted on 8/26/20

I know that you are going through something indescribably painful and agonizing. But don’t forget that God is close to the brokenhearted and saves the broken in spirit. I will be praying for you Lisa, Jamee, Amanda, and all family and friends.

 

John Poston posted on 8/26/20

Val was one of a kind. He was a great inspiration in the way he lived life and met ever challenge head on. In all the times working together, traveling or socializing outside of work he never let any physical challenges slow him down. He and Julie lived a full life together and were blessed to have found each other. He will be missed but never forgotten.

 

Frankie Bone posted on 8/26/20

Brother, I’m still at a loss of words. I love you little brother ..& I’ll see you in stars my good friend.

 

 

Moma posted on 8/26/20

I love you my precious boy

 

 

Moma posted on 8/26/20

I love you my sweet boy

 

 

Laney Humble posted on 8/26/20

Gage, I don't know if I will get to be there to tell you goodbye. Please just know I am there with you sending you off into the sky. You were and will always be one of my best friends. I love you Gage. Love your friend Laney

 

Dene Kropp posted on 8/26/20

Lisa, Amanda & Jamee, I was so sorry to hear of the loss of Gage. I hope the prayers I have said for you have been a comfort and strength. I wish I could do more. I keep thinking of the little boy who spend weekends with me and of the fun we had shopping and eating and watching movies. One Easter we colored eggs together another time my cat Spice. had kittens on his birthday, he was so excited about that. May he rest in peace and may you find comfort from our Lord Jesus Christ. My prayers are with you.

 

Marjorie Collins posted on 8/26/20

I worked with John on a few projects at Parsons Corporation. Whenever I had any question that required any knowledge or subject matter expertise about building structure, facility equipment, electrical systems or plumbing, I knew John was the only person who I could ask and receive reliable information. His contribution to the projects was immense. I want to send my sincere condolences to John's family.

 

Mike and Deitri Brixey posted on 8/26/20

What a beautiful tribute to your father. Jason, we are so sorry for your loss. You, Patti, the kids and the rest of your family are in our thoughts and in our prayers.

 

Steven Kalabokes posted on 8/25/20

I worked with Val at the FAA for many years. I relied heavily on his know how and excellence to run a successful program. Val was an exceptional person and had an unbound work ethic and was quite a character as well. He was dealt with health issues but never waivered to get the job done and made the most of the cards he was dealt. My condolences to the family. May his memory be eternal.

 

Sheryl Ann Hawkins Rachel posted on 8/25/20

Sending love and happiness to you on your journey on the stairway to Heaven, Johnny! Tell my Daddy that I love him and miss him very much when you see him. Also say ‘hi’ and send my love to Frances, Gene, Betty, Buddy, Howard and Michael Joe. We miss you all but hope y’all are all having a grand ole time at Heaven’s version of Apple Tree Ranch!! Love, Sheryl Ann

 

Kay Hawkins Smith posted on 8/25/20

Beautiful tribute to my cousin Johnny. I, too, grew up in Corpus Christi, graduating from W.B.Ray High School, the same year he graduated from Mary Carroll.

 

Andy and Rae Smith posted on 8/25/20

Teresa meant so much to my family and I. We were lucky to become neighbors with her from 2013-2016. She was like a grandmother to my 3 boys. I will always cherish our talks and walks through the neighborhood. Praying she is resting in peace.

 

Larry & Kristina Bruder posted on 8/25/20

We only knew John for a short while. That was through Jason & Patti. We always enjoyed his company and his unique outlook on life. Rest in peace and condolences to the family.

 

Stacy Murray posted on 8/25/20

I met Val through FAA and we shared the same birthday. Val was always so helpful and never made me feel stupid when asking him rudimentary questions. He was quite the character and such a nice man. I'm so sorry to hear of his passing but I know he is looking down on his family full of love and pride.

 

Vanessa Wedlake posted on 8/24/20

Dear Cousin, I truly was hoping I could come to Val’s celebration of his life. I just can’t do the early morning but I truly understand you were once again thinking of others because of the heat. My thoughts and prayers for you continue.

 

Gail Greenlee, the West Family posted on 8/24/20

It hurts our hearts when our loved one leaves us. But we know where they will forever be. Our prayers are with you. Love you and your beautiful family.

 

Margaret Webb-Shields posted on 8/24/20

Send hugs hugs and kisses to you. Wish I could be there with you. Val was the greatest and will be greatly missed.

 

Randy & Liz Lawlis posted on 8/23/20

Uncle Ray was the best! His BBQ brisket was my favorite dish for him to cook as well as his rolls. Loved his smile and his quiet chuckle. He was a soft spoken man with a deep drawl filled with kindness. He cared for Patricia and his family deeply. He will be missed.

 

Mickie posted on 8/23/20

Love you all. Ray was a wonderful Dad. He always had a smile on his face!! Prayers for peace in this journey ahead. Love , Mickie

 

Christina Brown posted on 8/21/20

Harry and I spent a week with Tots and Peggy. We got a good taste of country life. We had to dig for potatoes and then we had to scrape them. afterwards, we were treated with a swim in the river. Simpler times that I will always remember. I will cherish those memories and waking up with Peggy making breakfast.

 

 

Lora Roberts posted on 8/20/20

Sweet sweet Lady who raised a precious daughter. Let your memories bring you joy during this time. Love and Prayers

 

Darla Jean Deen posted on 8/19/20

She was always a nice lady and a good friend to my mama Mildred Pritchett at the nursing home. Will miss waving to her as I passed her room.

 

Reba Baker posted on 8/19/20

So sorry for your loss. I know Mother (Mildred Pritchett) is really going to miss her. They enjoyed eating together and playing bingo together back when they could do that.

 

Kimberly K Edwards posted on 8/18/20

RIP Uncle Joe.

 

Michael P Watson posted on 8/17/20

I have a lot of fond memories of you in my childhood and of Winslow. My mother loved you and your family very much. We will all miss you ,but you are in a better place

 

edith hamilton posted on 8/15/20

I love you sister - i know you are in good hands

 

Deborah yearwood posted on 8/15/20

There's a song by the Eagles called "Theres a hole in the world tonight" that's how I'm feeling tonight

 

cheo posted on 8/15/20

deepest condolences. May Sylvia rest for now while we all wait on God's promises found in ISAIAH 33:24, ISAIAH 26:19 and JOB 14:14-15 ..

 

Deborah yearwood posted on 8/15/20

Gone from our sight,but never from our hearts, I have many fond memories of my awesome Aunt Sylvia, ones that I will forever treasure. Rest in peace and God Bless

 

Mary E Cole-Cepak posted on 8/14/20

Ethel was one of our long time favorite volunteers at People Helping People. She will be forever missed.

 

David Hankins posted on 8/14/20

I LOVE YOU DADDY

 

David posted on 8/14/20

I Love you dad

 

 

Madeline Hamilton posted on 8/14/20

Special teacher, I loved her a lot.

 

Muneeza Hayee MD posted on 8/14/20

Please accept my deepest condolences on the passing away of your mother. May her soul rest in peace. Ameen

 

John Taylor posted on 8/13/20

When i think of Daphne, I am reminded of the quote from Maya Angelou "I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel." Daphne was a very special person who made everyone she met feel loved and appreciated. This was a rare gift and she was able to maintain it even when she was in obvious pain for the cancer treatments. She will be sorely missed by everyone she touched, and our hearts go out to Mike and the family. May her memory help sustain them.

 

 

Noel Navas(Sammons) Known as Bonnie Keizers daughter. posted on 8/13/20

May the angels watch over your family 🙏

 

Karyn Hankins Turner posted on 8/13/20

Prayers for my Uncle Leo’s family. May God comfort you in your time of sorrow.

 

Noel Navas(Sammons) Known as Bonnie Keizers daughter. posted on 8/13/20

My prayers are with the family. Leo helped me through some difficult times. Helped me to get the aid I needed for my son and for a period of time opened his doors. He was loved for some of my safest childhood memories.God Bless.

 

Glenda Thompson posted on 8/13/20

Rest in peace grandpa...you will be missed.

 

Glenda Thompson posted on 8/13/20

I am saddened by the loss of my grandfather and i am sad for my family. Im sorry i cannot be with yall now. Grandpa you will be missed...rest in peace.

 

Glenda Thompson posted on 8/13/20

I am saddened by the loss of my grandfather and im sad for my family. Grandpa you will be missed. Rest in peace.

 

 

Stephanie Phillips (Hankins) posted on 8/13/20

So sorry for the loss of my Uncle. It always struck me how much Leo and Daddy (Pagel) favoeed.

 

Gayla Pirkle posted on 8/12/20

Teresa meant a lot to so many of us who taught with her. You can rest assured in knowing that we loved her dearly and she adored you. She will be so missed. She always had a smile for her students and they loved her❤️

 

Judith Dodson posted on 8/12/20

Norma was always so sweet, always with a smile. Ann Marie & I were discussing we remember her cute, healthy laugh! Peace and comfort to the family. 🙏🏻🙏🏻🌷🌷

 

Jackie brown posted on 8/12/20

Rip daddy

 

Ann Marie Dodson posted on 8/12/20

Norma was a wonderful encourager and had an infectious sunny disposition—I will treasure the time we spent at youth camp. She was a positive influence in my life and will be missed. I am praying for your family.

 

 

Stephanie Perry and Skeeter Coppock posted on 8/12/20

So sorry 😢

 

Katrina posted on 8/12/20

Teresa was my son's first grade teacher. I could not have asked for a better teacher, counselor, mentor for my son and myself. She also became a great friend to me. Rest with angle wings my dear friend.

 

Lynda Verduzco posted on 8/12/20

Teresa and I started teaching in Granbury about the same, and I remember her sweet smile and kindness towards everyone. The teaching world has lost a Bright Star!❤️

 

Marilyn Kellough posted on 8/12/20

Teresa was an excellent and devoted teacher and a sincere and caring friend. May she be resting in peace.

 

Joy Peel posted on 8/12/20

My sincere condolences to the family and friends.

 

Bonnie & John Austin posted on 8/12/20

We pray God's comfort and peace for Teresa's family.

 

Dean King posted on 8/11/20

Amy, my name is Dean King. I worked with your mom Ruth for a few yrs. as an Ed Diagnostician with Sp. Ed. Co-Op in Hillsboro from 1991 til abt. 1995 when she later transfered to Granbury. We were good friends. I remembered attending your dad Kyle's funeral in Granbury. Ruth was a sweet lady and friend and I am so sorry to hear abt. passing away. I had been trying to call her for the last couple of years and had wondered what had happened to her. Please respond by e-mail . I would be interested in her last years of life. Thank you. Dean King

 

 

Tracy Whitefield posted on 8/11/20

The world is a little darker and heaven is a little brighter.

 

Jamie Crawford posted on 8/11/20

Having just experienced such a tremendous loss myself, I truly wish I had some profound words of wisdom to offer that would lessen the hurt. Alas, I don’t. I simply hope that you will find comfort and strength in your family, friends, and faith. May the precious memories always last. My deepest condolences.

 

Katy Milam posted on 8/11/20

I am so very sorry for the loss of your sweet mom, Lorne. Courtney, I know how very special she is to you, I will keep you and your entire family in my prayers. I love y’all and will be thinking of you in the days going forward. My family sends their condolences, as well.

 

Paula Hamm posted on 8/11/20

Prayers for peace and comfort.

 

Leslie Savage posted on 8/11/20

Each time I saw Daphne at a GWPC event, it was very clear that Mike and family were her greatest source of happiness. May your happy memories together sustain you during these dark days. Know that may are thinking of you. My deepest condolences. Leslie

 

Charlie Belle Keathley posted on 8/10/20

Carolyn was a beautiful person. I especially recall her ready smile and lovely hair. My Mother, Delorees, was a friend of all of the family and my, late brother, Carl, attended Glen Rose School with "Pat'". Due to travel being mostly on hold at this time, I wanted to let all Carolyn's Family know I'm thinking of you and keeping you in prayer at this time and in the days to come,

 

Sheri Griffin posted on 8/10/20

I had the pleasure of knowing Daphne and her family for so many years now. She adored her family and was happiest with her grands.... Quick to greet me with a hug and a smile, I know many who knew her will miss her terribly. God Bless Mike, Melissa and family. Love each of you! Sheri

 

Trisha Kell posted on 8/9/20

I remember so many times and places I enjoyed Daphne at GWPC events. She spoke of Mike being a kind and patient husband. When we were last together in Santa Fe last fall I observed his kindness to purchase her a beautiful cashmere scarf as it was unusually cold. there. The way he wrapped that scarf around was so tender and moved me. She often spoke of Melissa and her pride of her and the joy of her grandchildren. Scott and I will deeply miss her.

 

Michael & Catherine Moore posted on 8/6/20

We will miss your hugs, Ms. Geneva but we know Jesus is hugging you now for us. Love, peace and comfort, Ms. Debbie. Thank you for sharing your Mama with all of us.

 

Fred Parker posted on 8/5/20

What a great time we had together this past Christmas as we laughed and picked at each other. Brother Charles had us in stitches as he would pick at Sister Caroline. If you've not ever heard about how they met over a pack of chewing gum you need to. What a dedicated wife, mother, friend and Christian woman. You are missed already but your legacy lives on.

 

Héctor& Aida Montanez posted on 8/5/20

Condolences, Mr.Branson, Deanna, Patty, Randy & All immediate family members, it is with a heavy heart that we lost such a beautiful lady, but rest assure, that you are all in our prayers and thoughts. Til we meet again, Mona, Love you

 

Bob and Jan Cruey posted on 8/5/20

Our love and prayers to the family of a wonderful mother and Christian!

 

Bethany posted on 8/5/20

As a greeter at church, I had the pleasure of getting the to know Sis. Carolyn. She always came in the door with such grace and a sweet, genuine smile on her face. I will miss her warm hugs and bright smile. She’s dancing on streets of gold now. Love and miss you, Sis. Douglas.

 

Ardis Marshall posted on 8/4/20

Sam Marshall could always depend on Pete to do a good job for him. Billy and Laneal, I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Kathy Moss posted on 8/4/20

Carolyn was always friendly & smiling with a light from within. Know she will be missed. Love to all of her family.

 

Bridgette posted on 8/4/20

Bro. Hunt loved science and the passion that he had for the subject was passed on to the students. He was a smart, humble man who chose to teach at a college consisting of a majority of black students. He didn't stay within the confines of the campus, but did outreach to the underserved communities in Terrell, Texas, by taking students to knock doors and spread the gospel. He would take his brown Impala and drive students to Harding University and David Lipscomb to allow them to see other Christian campuses to possibly attend after SWCC. I often wondered why Bro. Hunt chose SWCC, but by review of his life and humble service, it seems that he just wanted to make a Christian impact in the lives of children at SWCC, and encourage them to reach their full potential. He did.

 

Jennifer posted on 8/4/20

Bro. Hunt was one of the most kindest, loving and caring teacher i have ever had. He went above and beyond for his SWCC students. We will always cherish his memory. Love and prayers to his family. #HuntBiology

 

Jeri Beatty posted on 8/4/20

My prayers are with you all. May she rest in peace.

 

Brett Barnes posted on 8/3/20

Great memories growing up with her family. My deepest condolonces

 

 

Nikki Boothe posted on 8/2/20

Tim was a great blessing in my grandmother, Janie's life, he was one of the kindest men I ever had the pleasure of meeting and he will be greatly missed

 

Angie Perry Williams posted on 8/2/20

Bro Hunt was the best Professor, friend and brother in Christ. We met in 1988 when I was freshman. I worked for him for two years. We had so many special memories. Going to Boles Home, godpel meetings and running together and eating at Braums. You taught us the true meaning of Christian love by the way you lived. I named my son after him. He will always be remembered for his great love for all of us. Swcc class of 1990

 

Aaron Sayles posted on 8/1/20

February 5, 2018 Dear Brother Hunt, I would just like to tell you thank you for all of the outstanding work you accomplished at Southwestern Christian College. During your lifetime while you taught at SwCC, you touched the hearts of so many young people who attended SwCC while you were their Science and Biology Professor. Many became very successful in their careers and their life. My words cannot even begin to express the affect that you and Southwestern Christian College has had on my life. I was not a Christian when I enrolled at SwCC but I became a Christian a short time afterwards by the teaching of the friends I met there. Southwestern Christian College changed my life forever. I will always be in your debt and to SwCC. Brother Hunt, I know that you sacrificed so much working at SwCC in order to help so many African American young people to obtain a good Christian Education. I know it wasn’t easy but I am so thankful that you never gave up. You gave so much of yourself to SwCC and I appreciate everything that you did. As SwCC continues to live on because of your giving and your love for the college, your work and love for SwCC lives on in everyone who attended SwCC while you were their professor. Someone has said, “Never underestimate the power of giving. It shines like a beacon throughout humanity. It cuts through the oceans that divide us and brightens the lives of all it touches. One of life’s greatest laws is that you cannot hold a torch to light another’s path… without brightening your own.” Brother Hunt, your life’s work that you gave to SwCC will always shine forever. I will never forget you. May God continue to bless you. In Christ, Aaron Sayles SwCC 1970

 

Sharon Fletcher Dow posted on 8/1/20

The best biology teacher ever. I will never forget Bro. Timothy Hunt, my prayers are with you and your family.

 

 

Earl Franklin posted on 8/1/20

Bro. Hunt was my biology teacher at SWCC (89 to 91) he was a great man with a gentle soul who always had a smile on his face when you talk to him. Love you Bro. Hunt.

 

Rita F Morris posted on 8/1/20

Tommy, I am. So sorry for your grief. I know Mary was your life. My thoughts and po prayers are with you.

 

Rita F Morris posted on 8/1/20

Tommy, I am. So sorry for your grief. I know Mary was your life. My thoughts and po prayers are with you.

 

 

Rosie posted on 8/1/20

Bro Hunt you will be missed but, I will always remember you as a man of God.

 

Linda Washington posted on 8/1/20

Wow, my heart is heavy right now! Brother Hunt was my Favorite Teacher of all time! What a Christian Man! It was one of the SWEETEST PEOPLE I KNOW! REST IN PEACE BROTHER HUNT! I'm so sorry for the Family loss! I will be praying for you! In Christian Love Linda Washington

 

Adiaha Spinks Franklin posted on 8/1/20

Bro. Hunt was my biology professor at Southwestern Christian College. I loved him dearly. I became his teaching assistant in my sophomore year. Bro. Hunt was kind, humble, patient and had a good sense of humor. He knew my goal was to become a pediatrician, and he encouraged me all the way. I’m a pediatrician now, and I frequently reflect on fond memories of Bro. Hunt. I love and respect him dearly. I’m so sad he’s left us and am thankful he was a major part of my life.

 

Beatrice Kubvaruno posted on 8/1/20

A great man of God. A great teacher.

 

Kim Jackson posted on 8/1/20

One of the sweetest, humble, Christ like man has earned his cross. Love you Brother Hunt and will always remember what a special gift you were to SWCC.

 

Kim Jackson posted on 8/1/20

One of the sweetest, humble, Christ like man has earned his cross. Love you Brother Hunt and will always remember what a special gift you were to SWCC.

 

Kim Jackson posted on 8/1/20

One of the sweetest, humble, Christ like man has earned his cross. Love you Brother Hunt and will always remember what a special gift you were to SWCC.

 

 

Christi posted on 7/31/20

Tim was one of a kind. His love for God was always first and foremost. He was a blessing in my mom Janie's life and I know that she will miss him greatly.

 

Valorie Sankey posted on 7/31/20

A very very special teacher. I'll never forget him.

 

Tricia Ann Ybarra and Family posted on 7/31/20

We pray that your heart and soul will find peace and comfort during this difficult time.

 

 

Tricia Ann Ybarra and Family posted on 7/31/20

We pray that your heart and soul will find peace and comfort during this difficult time. Our deepest condolences to you and your family

 

The Johnsons posted on 7/30/20

God bless you all during your time of grief. May God comfort and keep you close.

 

Angie Banz posted on 7/30/20

Curtis was such a gentle soul. Every thought I have of him is a kind one. Sending prayers for all of his loved ones. Love and hugs to you, Sue and children!

 

Randy Hurtado posted on 7/29/20

A true example of a patriarch. Not only to his family but to our community. While I’ve only been in this community for 15 years, I’ve had the opportunity to be loved and love on the Alexander’s. Sue, Curtis is patiently waiting for you but he wants you to know that you are loved by so many while you are still here. Curtiss was the epitome of hard work. You can see that work ethic in Michael. I am blessed to have known him in this life and look forward to spending eternity with him.

 

ELLEN RITCHIE posted on 7/29/20

Dear Sue, You are in my thoughts and prayers. I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Carolyn GODWIN posted on 7/29/20

Many fond memories of Pete. I used to get my hay from him years ago. For no extra charge, he would unload and stack hay in the barn. I didn't ask, he just did it. I was so appreciative. Such a sense of humor. My condolences to his family.

 

Robyn and Robin McMahan posted on 7/29/20

Roy was the kindest man and always made us feel like family. We will miss him and his fish so much! He leaves behind a great legacy and we love all the Chandlers beyond measure ❤️❤️

 

Robyn and Robin McMahan posted on 7/29/20

Roy was the kindest man, and we sure will miss him and his fried fish! I’ll also never look at my banana pudding the same. I believe I will make it without bananas from now on. We love the entire Chandler family. Roy leaves behind a legacy of greatness.

 

Laurie Davis posted on 7/29/20

Pete was a "larger than life" guy - his fierce love and devotion to Molly and his family reflected his huge heart and pure loving soul. We spent so many great times with Pete and Molly - he will be sorely missed. Love to Molly and the family - There's a lot more laughter in Heaven today!!!

 

Mike Williams and Family posted on 7/29/20

So blessed to call Curtis and family our friends in Christ. May God's rich blessings of peace fall upon your home continually. What a legacy of love and duty- what all men aspire to be.

 

Paula Maples posted on 7/29/20

I am so saddened by the loss of Pete. He was a great man that was always positive. When he got into real estate he joined Keller Williams and I had the pleasure of working with him and enjoyed his smiling face in the mornings. When he would attend the contra ts class that I taughts he was always involved and willing to help. He is going to be greatly missed. Sending Prayers for his family during this difficult time.

 

Linda Benware posted on 7/28/20

To Sue, Melissa, Michael and families! What a wonderful man ! What a wonderful husband, father, and grandfather !! His faith and Love for our Savior was so evident! I have been extremely blessed to be able to call him Uncle ♥️ Prayers for Peace and Comfort !! He was Loved and will be missed by so many. May the precious memories of Curtis remain forever in your hearts !!!! I love you all Dearly ❤️

 

Joe Sonntag posted on 7/27/20

So sorry for the James family for the loss of Pete. Pete was a good man and we will miss seeing him around town Prayers for the family

 

Robyn Rich Martin posted on 7/27/20

Molly, I’ve thought about you often through the years and always wondered how you and Pete were doing. My heart is absolutely breaking for you and your boys. I’ve been lifting you and your family up in prayer ever since I heard of Pete’s passing. I wish I would have known him. He sounds like he was the ultimate husband, friend, mentor and all around guy. Much love to you, old friend.

 

Joe Sonntag posted on 7/27/20

So sorry for the James family for your loss. Pete was a great man. We are all going to miss seeing him around town. Prayers for all

 

Rhonda and Randy Strickland posted on 7/27/20

We miss our dear neighbor and friend Pete. Every morning, he’d take a short walk to our front gate, and we’d have a morning chat. It’s hard to look out there in the mornings and not see him walking our way.

 

Dan Martindale posted on 7/27/20

I sure am going to miss my aunt Mary. I used love going to visit when we were kids because we could always count on aunt Mary to take us cruising around uptown. I loved her with all of my heart and will miss her like crazy. Please give Bryan a hug from me. Love you, Dan

 

Jo Ann Hopper posted on 7/27/20

May God grant the entire James family strength and comfort as you deal with your loss. What s wonderful difference one life can make.

 

Greg Coffey posted on 7/27/20

I enjoyed playing golf and talking flying with my good friend Bill. We lived in Pecan Plantation for many years.

 

Joanne posted on 7/27/20

Kenneth we spoke on the phone a couple times and it still brings a smile to my face. I think of you often and I love hearing stories of you and your life. I love your Grandsons dearly. We bought your property and are fixing it up now to keep your memory alive for as long as we all live. Rest in peace, wish I could have met you in person.

 

Brynda Hurr posted on 7/26/20

Sandra...True love is a friendship set on fire! That will Always be our statement. You will Forever be my Person, as you always told me that I am yours. We have amazing memories of an unconditional Love and respect for each other that will live forever. There are no words to express my heart break but I know You are at peace and without pain and fear. Forever this will be true. You are Loved... You are Strong... You are Important! ABC! Always! As you always wrote to me... All my Love Forever and a day.

 

Tim Brown posted on 7/25/20

It’s been such a pleasure knowing and working with you. The memories that remain was your admirable devotion to your parents in the latter years of their lives in the nursing home. Also you coming to help me at a struggling facility in my new position. You were always so caring and willing to help. Thank you and rest in heaven my friend. Our prayers go out your entire family,

 

Tim posted on 7/25/20

It has been such a pleasure knowing and working with you. The two memories that remain with me is witnessing the devotion to your parents in the latter years of their lives in the nursing home and you helping me at Silver Pines in my new position. You were always so caring and willing to help. Thank you and rest in heaven my friend. Our prayers for Tammy, Karen and the family.

 

 

Sherry Welch posted on 7/25/20

I loved our recent talk. The love you have for your children, grandchildren, sister and extended family came through in the memories you were sharing. You received your heavenly reward to soon but God knew the timing was right. May your memories bring smiles and comfort to the family.

 

Dianne Miller posted on 7/24/20

So many wonderful memories of growing up together

 

Sophia and David Studer posted on 7/23/20

We are glad that our paths crossed through a mutual friend! We know you touched many lives, especially through your nursing. You were a good soul.

 

 

Barbara Covill posted on 7/23/20

We love and miss you Bill

 

 

Stewart & Shari Kolb posted on 7/23/20

So sad to hear about Terry... Prayers for your family during this difficult time....2 Corinthians 1:3-5 KJV 3 Blessed be God, even the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies, and the God of all comfort; 4 Who comforteth us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort them which are in any trouble, by the comfort wherewith we ourselves are comforted of God. 5 For as the sufferings of Christ abound in us, so our consolation also aboundeth by Christ.

 

Suzzi posted on 7/22/20

Uncle Edwin some of my happiest childhood memories are the summers I spent with you and Aunt dink and all my cousins. You always treated me just like one of your own and it has always meant the world to me. I have always thought of you as my second dad. My memories of you will always be filled with love and respect, thank you so much for loving me as one of your own.

 

Fr. Christopher C. Stainbrook posted on 7/22/20

Denise was a faithful parishioner and a refined lady. I will never forget her lively contributions at our Bible Study, and her lovely voice in the choir. Prayers and blessings to Wiley, Genevieve, Kyle and Gabriel.

 

Madonna posted on 7/22/20

Thank you Dad for loving us all and working so hard to take care of us all. I am so proud of being taught about God, respect, hard work, honesty and most of all love. It was such an honor to have had the same parents, together for sixty-six years. Enjoy your well deserved rest, and reunion with Larry,Tommy and Robert. I will miss you terribly but I am Happy you're Home! Love you Forever!

 

 

Charlotte Elliott posted on 7/22/20

Loved working with you at Harbor Lakes. You, Tammy,and I had some great time together. Glad I saw you recently at Walmart and had a great chat. Fly high on your angel wings my friend and always smile that contagious smile down on the ones who loved you and will miss you.

 

Shaunda schoonover posted on 7/22/20

So sorry for you loss..you all are in my prayers..love you all

 

 

Shaunda schoonover posted on 7/22/20

So sorry for loss..sending prayers..love you all

 

 

Melissa Holley posted on 7/22/20

I'm drinking out of my beautiful butterfly glassshe gave me. Missing her so much already

 

 

Melissa Holley posted on 7/22/20

Heaven gained a beautiful angel... I sure will miss her she was my inspiration

 

 

Cindy McManus posted on 7/22/20

I truly enjoyed our friendship and last conversation. Fly high! I am thankful we met, we were co-workers and we became friends.

 

Robin Ator- Greer posted on 7/22/20

My prayers are for the Herron family today as you grieve the loss of your son, brother and father. May you find peace in knowing his death has given life to others. Please do not hesitate to reach out if there is anything at all you may need.

 

Sonja Troy-Tarrant Concrete posted on 7/22/20

May you and your family receive the comfort and love you need today and moving forward. My heart and prayers go out to you all. Many blessings!

 

 

Becky Kidd posted on 7/22/20

She was my friend and I loved her like a sister. Words cannot express how much she loved her family - she will be missed and remembered the rest of my life.

 

Lisa C Norman posted on 7/21/20

I love You Daddy. I will carry you in my heart always. Love, Lisa

 

Michelle Polar posted on 7/21/20

Carry Herron I will be thinking about you and your family Today. I am very sorry for ya'lls loss. I know this is a very difficult time, only made worse with all that is going on right now. Just know your FAA Family has the deepest condolences for you and your family. There are no words to make this any better for any of you, but please know we are here if you need anything. Say strong to day and the next several weeks and please let Rob Curtis or myself know if you need anything.

 

Karen Mount posted on 7/20/20

So sorry for your loss. Bill had always enjoyed many phone conversations about family and community history with Ray. May God’s peace and love be with the family.

 

Mary & Robert Pavelick posted on 7/19/20

Sending our sympathy, thoughts and prayers to Aileen and family. May your memories bring comfort to you.

 

Robbie and Danny Campbell posted on 7/19/20

Thinking about all of you and praying God’s peace will surround you. May the wonderful memories sustain you. Sending our love.

 

Stan Bigham posted on 7/18/20

Burt was a light at the end of the tunnel !!! We spent many unbelievable times together across the country ! His heart was in right place ! I could not attend funeral due to back surgery !! Will Cheriesh his friendship forever !!

 

Linda Smith Giddens posted on 7/18/20

I send my sympathy to the family. Lee was a very kind and loving person. We grew up in the country and we had some wonderful memories of Center Baptist Church. We attended LaFayette High School in LaFayette, Alabama. I was a grade ahead of Lee and I passed on my text books to her each year. She will be missed—but she has a home in Glory now.

 

Janet Hughes Smith posted on 7/18/20

Lee and I were college roommates at Jax State College in Jacksonville, AL for two years. We became close friends although I only met her the day I moved into the freshman dorm. She came to my wedding, came to see my first child, sent me Christmas cards and family pictures so I always felt connected although we lived far apart. RIP my friend until I see you again. May our Lord bring comfort to Andy, Mark and family.

 

ARA posted on 7/18/20

Deepest condolences for your loss. The name Lee Rash will always be remembered by God her creator. Isaiah 25:8

 

Cheri Mayes posted on 7/18/20

I met Ms. Lee thru quilting. She was a great person to be around. I will miss her smile.

 

Belinda Bush posted on 7/18/20

I meet Phyllis at TxDot she invited my family over to their house one Friday oh what Fun. I got to meet Zinn and he also worked at TxDot. Remember us joking about all of his braces from all the surgeries. We had some great laughs and lots of fun. Unfortunately we lost touch after we retired but have thought of him often. Now I learn they live less than 2 miles from me. Love you Phyllis. RIP my friend.

 

Kristin Kelley-Gomez posted on 7/17/20

I have so many beautiful memories of Lee. My family and I will miss her beautiful smile and warm hugs. Rest In Peace my sweet Lee! Our thoughts and prayers are with Andy, Mark and their whole family. We Love You! Joaquin, Kristin, McKenna, Devon and Charlotte

 

Frank Hinton posted on 7/17/20

I had a lot of good times working with Zinn over a period of 30 years. I have missed him since retirement, but our paths never crossed again. He always had something going around the office. His passing is a loss to a bunch of people. Phyllis may god continue to bless and keep you until you and Zinn meet again. I think about all the good times we had at you'll s house in Arlington often. Take care of yourself.

 

Donnie Daniels posted on 7/17/20

So sad to hear about Kim. I worked with her at Palm Harbor and she was a wonderful sweet person. Kendal my condolences to you and your family.

 

Donald Kelley posted on 7/17/20

My wife, Linda and I have know Lee for many years both in the community and also in the church. Lee is a fond memory because of her awesome sense of humor. Her love of family was something to behold. She was always quick with a wit and a joy to be in her presence. She and I loved talking college football in the fall of the year. She and Andy were a great team as marriage partners, in business and generally making the world a better place. We will miss her but her memory brightens our lives and we were blessed by it. Rest in peace sweet one. Don and Linda Kelley

 

Arion (Pat) Pattakos, Colonel, USA (ret) and Maria posted on 7/17/20

Dear Martha and family--Joe Saul was kind enough to advise Maria and I of Howard's passing. He was a great guy and wonderful colleague and we are sad that he is no longer with us. May he rest in peace with our Lord. We will include him tonight in our evening prayer.

 

Nelda Fritcher posted on 7/17/20

I met Lee when we first arrived in Granbury in 1976. She was my oldest son's teacher. From that time on no matter where I saw her she was so happy to see me. Then I had her son Mark in my class which was such a pleasure. Later we met as quilters. She always showed care and concern about any issue. I will miss this always smilng friend. My condolences to Andy, Mark and his family.

 

Donann posted on 7/17/20

Aunt Lee, we always had fun times at Rash family Thanksgiving events. You and I always had our private jokes around the mashed potatoes. You are were always a light within our family and you always made everyone laugh. Blessings to Uncle Andy and Mark. Rest in piece

 

Jackie Valentine posted on 7/17/20

Debbie you will be missed. I have so many good times & memories with you. Your dad Carl was a big inspiration to me, miss him. I love you & will see you again some day, until then dance in the sky.

 

 

Kendall oakley posted on 7/16/20

God I miss you

 

 

Connie Rash posted on 7/16/20

Loved and will miss your laugh and smile. I will always cherish the times we had watching college football and planting flowers. War Eagle!

 

 

Cristian posted on 7/16/20

I love you so much Nanny. I’ll miss you and your fun self. Your were such a bright light and really just a one of a kind person. War Eagles!

 

Delnita Garrett Jones posted on 7/16/20

Aunt Ruth was a lovely lady! I don't know she put up with my cousins, Jim and Tom! I guess Jane helped keep her calm...I was truly blessed to know her and have an aunt like her in my life.

 

SAMMY TAPP posted on 7/16/20

I will miss you bunches Caroline"Nan" my friend who always made me smile, it was a privalege to have known you,Thank you, R.I.P

 

Lawrence Kelley posted on 7/15/20

I had the opportunity to work with Zinn at TXDOT and in Private Industry. He was always a fountain of knowledge and willing to share his expertise. We always had a great time working together and having Field Office Cookouts. Zinn never met a stranger and neither did Phyllis so the conversations were on and long. I will miss you my buddy, I will miss you my friend but one day we will all be together with God!

 

Bill Price posted on 7/15/20

I can't really remember when I first met Lee. Seems like forever ago! I know that she and Andy did the pictures for our wedding in June, 1974. I guess it was some time around then. Ever since then Lee always made me feel that I was her very best friend in the whole world. That was just Lee. If you were her friend then you were very special indeed. Years ago she and I made a pact about what the other would do when the first of us passed. Don't worry, Lee, I'll be there Saturday morning.

 

Letha Vincent Bell posted on 7/14/20

The first time I saw Lee Rash, she was holding Mark's hand as he walked up my porch; he was just walking. We were like old friends the day we met, a sweet Southern Lady. She and I taught, Andy and Jerry were photographers and we both had a little boy. We were friends for over 50 years. Everyone who knows her will miss her. Heaven has a new angel.

 

Danny Miller posted on 7/14/20

Nevin was a excellent supervisor and wonderful friend. Enjoyed playing golf and visiting with him and Cathy. Condolences to Cathy and family.

 

Rita and Warren Morris posted on 7/14/20

I met Lee and Andy when they made my picture for my wedding announcement and wedding pictures in 1972. They became instant friends and though we didn't see each other often, Lee never failed to be Lee, the sweetest, friendliest person who only knew how to splash love over everyone. Her presence will be missed. Many thoughts and prayers for her wonderful family.

 

Gene Fuller posted on 7/14/20

Fannie Lee and I were together in school for 12 years in Lafayette, Al. She was always smart and was the best reader in the class and read the most books. She also was a leader in most school activities. We Shared the "Fuller" last name but were not related that I was aware of. Visited with her several times at class reunions. Sorry to hear of her passing. My prays for the family.

 

Bob and Danna Dahl posted on 7/14/20

Aunt Willie Mae will be remembered as a special lady in our lives. She always had something nice to say and welcomed us with open arms. A lifetime of good memories will be with us forever.

 

Diann Abernathy Nix posted on 7/14/20

We grew up together and were friends through high school. Went separate ways but stayed in touch over the years. I have so many fond memories. Prayers for the family.

 

Leanne Fuller posted on 7/14/20

There are so many memories I have as growing up with her as her only Fuller niece - although afar. I loved visiting her one time when I was really young and she took me to her school and church. She also showed me my first roadrunner. My heart aches but I am so blessed to have have been able to talk to her through the last several weeks. She always answered the phone immediately as “Leanne” with the confidence she always had even though it wasn’t her best day and in pain. I Love you Aunt Fan Lee and will always keep the good memories alive in my heart and mind.

 

Deb Bronstad Schmid posted on 7/13/20

I remember Willie Mae bustling around the lakehouse making sure that everyone had what they needed at the family reunion they would host every year. She and Allen were such fun-loving, kind and generous hosts. Such a life well-lived. Go to your reward and be reunited with Allen and Donna!

 

Mary Curl posted on 7/13/20

Ruth was a sweet friend and PEO sister. I loved the sparkle in her eyes and the way she would chuckle over a funny story. I will miss her.

 

Margaret Anderson posted on 7/13/20

Ruth was a beautiful lady, loved by so many. God bless her and her family.

 

Cindy Beard posted on 7/13/20

Nevin was a wonderful man. Prayers for Kathy and the family.

 

Beverly Williams posted on 7/13/20

Ruth was so delightful, she will be missed so much by her P.E.O. Sisters!!!

 

Janeece J Barker posted on 7/13/20

Ruth was such a positive person and a joy to be around. She will be missed.

 

Annette McKinney posted on 7/13/20

My sweet "little" Aunt Linda!! We lived close while I was in high school and have good memories of the "Coke Party" she gave me for high school graduation and I still have the smooth black leather jacket as a graduation present! She went shopping with my Mother & I gor college clothes and bought me a "madras plaid" dress. Always smiling and c ould make the best pies! I especially remember how much she loved my parents. I love her faithfulness to her husband and her devotion to her girls & grandchildren. Almost one year after her passing..I miss her and think of her.

 

 

Ronnie Brady posted on 7/12/20

I loved this guy.He helped me when I moved over to construction

 

Vega posted on 7/12/20

So young and much future ahead of him, Jonathan's life was cut short. Death is man's enemy but God will soon get rid of it forever according to Isaiah 25:8.

 

Chel posted on 7/12/20

Marylene will be missed by many. God is Love and he noted all her good deeds.. Family, You are in our prayers. Isaiah 25:8

 

CHEL posted on 7/12/20

Rachel inspired alot of people. God has her in his memory and will have the opportunity to live again in a perfect world, god's promise found in Job 14:14-15. Family Weems, you are in our prayers.

 

Ara posted on 7/12/20

A young life gone.. deepest condolences Family Thompson. Rest assure that Eric does not suffer. He is asleep and soon will have the opportunity to live again. Thats God's promise found in Isaiah 26:19.

 

Jorja Clemson posted on 7/12/20

Rachel was a beautiful, kind friend. She was a dedicated PTA leader/volunteer who added much to the quality of life in our schools and city. I will treasure the friendship, christian values , and memories that we shared. May God bless and comfort her wonderful family.

 

Wendy Davis posted on 7/12/20

My deepest sympathy to the family of Ruth Garrett. She was a lovely lady and our dear sister of PEO, Chapter GV. She was dearly loved, and I will miss her very much.

 

Butch harris posted on 7/12/20

Butch harris I meet zinn in mid summer about 1973 when zinn and r Davis worked survey party then later he came in inspections he always could hold an crowd when telling stories and he came to little joe retirement party lots of laughter great guy will be missed prayer to Phyllis and family

 

Minette Sicard posted on 7/12/20

With deepest sympathy to all of Ruth's family. She was a dear P.E.O. Sister of all of use in GV Chapter. She will be greatly missed. Her memory will be held close to our hearts.

 

Minette Sicard posted on 7/12/20

My deepest sympathy to all of Ruth's family. She was a dear P.E.O. Sister to all of GV Chapter and will be greatly missed. Her memory will be held close to our hearts.

 

Ruth Gump posted on 7/12/20

You will be missed, dear Ruth. Rest In Peace, rise in glory.

 

Glenda May posted on 7/12/20

NEVIN WAS A JOY TO BE AROUND. LOVED TO HEAR HIS JOKES AND STORIES. HE WILL BE GREATLY MISSED. PRAYERS TO KATHY AND FAMILY.

 

Linda Somervill posted on 7/12/20

A cheerful, tireless volunteer at the Friends of the Library used book store. She will be missed.

 

 

Brenda and Dylan posted on 7/11/20

Bob was always good to us and he will greatly be missed, we are praying for Diane. We will miss hearing his poker stories.

 

Greg Cash posted on 7/11/20

Ronnie and I met at the beginning of first year at Weatherford Junior High and became immediate friends. We started a 3-piece rock band in 1960, which evolved into a five/six piece band call The Rumors. This band played parties and dances throughout our high school days. Concurrently during high school, we participated in rodeo bareback bronc and bull riding at a time when long hair, rock 'n roll and cowboy boots weren't universally accepted. Ronnie was always like a brother to me even though our lives took separate paths. He holds a special place in my heart. I extend my condolences to Ronnie's family and friends.

 

Carl & Pam Utley posted on 7/11/20

Phyllis, Carl and I were so saddened to hear the news of Zinn’s death. Sorry I can’t call him Ronnie! He was just always Zinn!! Always will be.... wish we had know y’all were living here in Granbury. Would have loved to see y’all and catch up. Prayers for you and the family. We would love to see you!

 

Victoria Calder posted on 7/11/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 

Debby hammons posted on 7/10/20

What can I say about ms g that’s what I called her I cleaned for her for many years until I moved kept in touch for a lil while she will be greatly missed a very lovely lady I miss seeing her and ladybug walking around the estates one of my most closest treasures is a letter she wrote me she normally used a typewriter due to her have Parkinson’s deepest sympathy for the family

 

 

Amy Hill posted on 7/10/20

Zinn could always tell the best and crasiest stories! Use to soend breaks talking about all the crazy stuff we did and wondering how we made it through it all. You will be missed Zinn!

 

 

Teresa Leslie posted on 7/10/20

I always loved going to stay the night with Nan and her granddaughters, Amber and Lindsey!

 

Rachelle posted on 7/10/20

I’m so saddened to hear this. I loved working with him. He always kept me laughing in the office. Just recently I found the sweetest email he had written me in 2003 after I left TxDOT. I have not see him since I left, but I never forgot about him. So sorry for your loss Phyllis.

 

John and Sheree Ward posted on 7/10/20

Ronnie Zinn was one of the 1st guys to be my friend when I 1st came to North Tarrant County AO. He always had a smile and a joke. He loved my Mexican food, Zinn and Oscar would take me to Esperanza's for mexican liver because it reminded me of home. He helped me move from the crazy house in Reno, in fact he was the one who found my hidden crockpot collection I had hidden from John (ok, 10 is a lot, but you never know what size your are going to need). He chased the crazy guys away from me at the office, and told John not to let me slip away when I was thinking of moving back to El Paso. One time, Zinn had really bad gout, so I went to Albertsons and bought them 5 pounds of cherries. Zinn, Choppo and Phillip Branch sat in their office and ate ALL those cherries. (Cherries are laxatives). It was an interesting afternoon to say the least! Zinn was sweet and kind, Vietnam gave him PTSD and rodeo broke his back, both gave him a lifetime of pain. We all lost touch when we retired, but "Zinner-dog" was never out of our hearts and when any of us got together, there were always Zinn stories. He is a legend! Our hearts are broken at his loss, he has brought us all back together again as we've been remembering him these last couple of days. We wish him the peace he couldn't find. He will always be in our hearts. We will miss him.

 

Ronnie Davis posted on 7/10/20

Phyllis, I’m so very sorry for your loss and the heartache that you and your family are suffering. Zinn and I go all the way back to 1970 working for what is now called TxDOT. I remember so many fun times and silly things we got into when we were young men. I will never forget him. I hope and pray that your heart will heal and this pain will ease off with time.

 

Sheree Ward posted on 7/10/20

Ronnie Zinn was one 1 of the first people to be my friend when I started @ North Tarrant County AO. He was sweet and funny, he always had a smile and a joke. He helped me move from the crazy house, in fact he was the one who found my crockpot collection I had hidden from John. (Ok, 10 is a lot, but you never know what size you'll need.) Zinn and Oscar used to take me to Esperanza's for Mexican liver because it reminded me of home. He loved my Mexican food, chased crazy guys away from me at the office, and told John he better not let me slip away when I was thinking about going back home to El Paso. One time, Zinn was suffering badly from Gout, so I went to the Albertson's and bought the guys (Zinn, Phillip Branch, and Choppo). About 5 pounds of cherries. They sat in the back room and ate them until they were all sick... cherries are laxatives. It was quite the afternoon at the office! Ronnie Zinn was kind and sweet, Vietnam left him with PTSD and rodeo broke his back. Both left him with a lifetime of pain. Our hearts are broken that we lost touch after we retired, but he was never our of our memories, we always told "Zinner-dog" stories whenever we got together. He was a legend! and he will always be in our hearts.

 

Jerry Cutler- Choppo posted on 7/10/20

Great times Bro. Together in TXDOT, RIP now

 

Tracy Wilson posted on 7/9/20

You will be missed by all the Cleburne Dickey's Staff you were so helpful and made us all laugh alot

 

 

linda vonk posted on 7/9/20

I will miss you my friend

 

Teresa Sommerfeld posted on 7/9/20

Bob was a very special person to my family and will be greatly missed!! Prayers for Diane, Tinkerbell and family!! 🙏🙏🙏

 

Jayne Bledsoe posted on 7/8/20

Don and Marylene were good friends of ours from NFWBC when Chad was little and before Chelsea. Marylene was always so much fun to be around and I can still see her smile and hear her laugh. I’m sure she’s laughing and singing alto in God’s choir now.

 

Dena Lee Milligan posted on 7/8/20

I will always remember her bright smile and gentle nature. Praying for comfort of her loved ones. Peace be with you.

 

Sheryl & Jerry Cleland posted on 7/8/20

Marylene, my sweet, sweet wonderful friend! We spent time together almost every week, having a little lunch or just a short visit! As I continued to visit her and make many special memories in her last months we played Yahtzee and went outside on walk! Her last sweet words were, “ yeah here comes my best friend” and that she was to me”. A lovely lady with a heart of gold and a very funny sense of humor! To know her was to love her! God’s blessings on her sweet family and Granddaughter Adeline! She truly loved you all! And so do we! 🤗🤗🙏🙏

 

Linda Callison posted on 7/8/20

Marylene was a fun- loving, but kind and compassionate friend who loved life! She was always so proud of her kids and her little granddaughter!! Deepest sympathy to the family in their sorrow.

 

Darla Shannon posted on 7/8/20

Praying for your family. Marylene always was friendly and encouraging to others. May God comfort all her family and friends.

 

 

Rogers Family posted on 7/8/20

You will truly be missed, love you always and forever!!

 

Pam Hanst posted on 7/8/20

Dan and family, words cannot express the heartbreak we feel for you! A parent is not supposed to bury a child. Praying God’s comfort and peace for you. Sincere sympathy, Pam and John Hanst

 

Cathy Junker posted on 7/7/20

Your mom subbed for me at Kennedy quite a few times and always watched out for me. Often she would be bop by my room and come in and tell me I was doing something wrong or tell me I had a headache and to take medicine. She was always so inspirational and so caring about others.

 

Donna Millsap posted on 7/7/20

Rachel will surely be missed. I pray that God’s peace and love will surround you during this time of grief. I am thankful that Rachel is no longer suffering and that we will join her in Paradise some day.

 

Rae Ann (Kerbow) Forester posted on 7/7/20

Mrs. Weems was our daughter's first pre-k teacher at Inglewood Methodist Preschool almost 25 years ago. Rachel was a precious soul who helped us teach our babies to love learning. I mourn her loss for those closest to her.

 

Rhonda Bunt posted on 7/7/20

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Deby Brubaker posted on 7/7/20

Rachel and I had so much fun together In PTA. We were like Lucy and Ethel. I’ll miss that sweet smile and her laugh. Prayers to the family. Love ya always

 

Debbie Perkins posted on 7/6/20

Sending sympathy in the loss of your precious father Carl. It was my pleasure to know him. He was a true example of a Godly man. HIs smile and soft voice was one to remember. Praying God comforts and strengthens you during this time. Hold tight to the memories. In Him Debbie Perkins

 

Valerie posted on 7/6/20

Eric and I worked at Saint Gobain together years ago. My condolences go out to the family, and especially to his daughter, who he always talked about so fondly with a smile on his face. Rest In Peace, Eric.

 

Susan Fraga posted on 7/6/20

Mr. Fozkos was a very nice man. We did some work at his home in Rowlett and he and his family where wonderful. It was a shock and our prayers go out to the family.

 

Michael Ondas posted on 7/5/20

My condolences to the entire Fozkos family. Robert was a fierce friend taken from this life far too soon.

 

Joshua silva posted on 7/5/20

The Fozkos family is a beautiful legacy to a wonderful man. We all hope to bring honor to you though the way we live our lives inspired by the impact you've had on us both directly and indirectly. Rest easy brother.

 

 

Wendy Jane Werner Crown posted on 7/5/20

Such a bright light in the lives of so many, you may be gone but your spirit will shine on in the hearts & memories of all that were blessed to know you. Such a wonderfully proud Dad, you brought love, laughter & had SO much character. Thanks for being such a support during my own times of need, and for always bringing a smile brighten the lives of others. Prayers and love to all. <3

 

 

m&s fam posted on 7/4/20

sending love <3

 

Pastor Dave Adams posted on 7/4/20

Robert comes from a family filled with love and devotion to all people they touch by their example. Robert's mother Carole is one of the members of our Church - Gloria Dei Lutheran in Highland, IN where Robert and his family grew up. Our hearts ache for Carole and all of the family on his sudden death and we pray God will cover them in His love and bring some sort of peace as they move through life without this very special man. Robert exemplified honor and integrity and is very missed by all who his life touched.

 

 

Danielle posted on 7/3/20

Sam was one of the first people I met when I moved to Denton. His charm and inviting personality will always stay in my memory. Over the years he and I became close and he always made sure to put a smile on my face, along with the others around us. I will miss him dearly, but I will always remember his smile and laugh. I am so thankful to have known him and to call him a friend. I love you, Sammy

 

 

Cheryl & Brian Kunkel posted on 7/2/20

Felicia, we are so very sorry for your loss and send our heartfelt sympathy. Gabe was a sweet little boy and we always looked forward to seeing him at family gatherings. Take good care of yourself and rest assured he’s in a shining, peaceful paradise now.

 

Lori Berry posted on 7/2/20

I had the opportunity to work with Sam at Fidelity. His easy-going, friendly smile brightened my day. We will miss him. Praying for your peace as you mourn.

 

Mark and Rhomda Lee posted on 7/1/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. May God bless you with strength and peace during this difficult time.

 

Mark and Rhomda Lee posted on 7/1/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. May the lord bless all of you with strength and peace during this difficult time.

 

Mark and Rhonda Lee posted on 7/1/20

We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 

Janice Horak posted on 7/1/20

Russell's life and legacy have made and will continue to make an impact on so many.

 

Cyndi Lester posted on 7/1/20

Robert Foz Fozkos

 

 

BRIAN CRISP posted on 7/1/20

God Bless you Shelly and Dan during this time and as you well know, we will all dwell together next to our lord and savior.

 

Dorothy Stephens posted on 7/1/20

Shelly I am so sorry for you and your family's loss. I will pray for you and your family.Sending you love and support and hugs.

 

Phil Dixon posted on 6/30/20

There are no words that would convey the deep sadness and pain at the loss of your precious son. I am at a loss at what to say except I am heartbroken and pray over your family. Prayers for strength, comfort, and peace for everyone in your family. May God hold you in the palm of His hand. Thinking of you, my dear sweet friend.

 

Bill Tober posted on 6/30/20

So, I'm sitting on the bench at pickup and Foz skates over to me Foz says "You aren't gonna believe who's here!" I said "Who" Foz says "See the guy in the red jersey" "Yeah, who is he?" "He just told me - he is the *last* person in the *world* that I'd want to mess with" me - "So you're telling me out of all the billions of people.." "Yep - he's the very last" "and he's here - in Richardson?" Foz - "I know what are the odds?" me - "Did he says anything about me?" Foz - "Naw - your name didn't come up"

 

Brett Hogan posted on 6/30/20

My heart goes out to the Fozkos Family. Surround yourself with Family and Friends, we're all here to support you. Look for strength in HIM, he will guide your steps and heal your heart. I pray for all of you and a full and speedy recovery for Hanna. Peace and Blessings Fozkos Family

 

JoAnn Bailey posted on 6/30/20

Heartfelt sadness and sympathy for your loss. You will remain in our prayers that you find comfort and peace in time.

 

Bruce Neill posted on 6/30/20

My thoughts and prayers are with the family at this most difficult time of your loss. Working a lifetime with Jonh was a pleasure and full of good times. God Bless

 

Diana Simpson Stahr, Matt Stahr and Connor Stahr posted on 6/30/20

My deepest condolences to this family. Prayers to them to get through and heal. Hugs and much love from my family to yours.

 

Sam posted on 6/30/20

Thank you for anyways being there when I needed a shoulder to cry on, a laugh, or one of your signature Sammy smiles. I love you

 

Jerry Hibbs posted on 6/29/20

Sam was a kind and compassionate young man. I taught him when he was in the 8th grade at AMS.

 

Jo-Ann. Cain posted on 6/29/20

I am so sorry for your loss, I am a dear friend to Joneda and Willis. I didn’t know your son but have prayed for him for many weeks. My prayers will be with you all.🙏😢

 

 

Samantha posted on 6/29/20

Your family is in my prayers

 

Terry posted on 6/29/20

Goodness, there are never words! I didn't know "Sam" but know his mother, and that half of the family. I know the incredible love that built "Sam" and the wonderful people that supported him. My condolences, and prayers are with you all of course, but special prayers to the Rice family. I know all to well loss of a sibling, but; loss of a child...I've witnessed too...God speed to "Sam", God grace to "Pam" and may each of you find comfort in strength of "family".

 

Telander Foster posted on 6/29/20

Robert you will truly be missed! Thanks first off for loving my friend Sherri unconditionally. Your love for her and your kids showed to all that knew you. Thanks for the days in Rowlett that you would pick Kameron up to hang out with you and Payton; he truly enjoyed those moments. Your sense of humor sometimes caught me off guard, but always made me laugh. Thanks for the light that you brought to the world.

 

Patty & Charlie Holmes posted on 6/29/20

Please accept or deepest condolences. Although we never got the chance to meet Sam, he sounds like he was an amazing person and a truly beautiful soul. God bless.

 

 

Cecilia Lee posted on 6/29/20

My heart goes out to you Shelly....May Sam Rest In Peace....

 

Justin Bailey posted on 6/29/20

Foz- You were the most humble, happy, caring, positive man that I have ever met in my life. Characteristics that I try to incorporate into my life everyday. It has been an absolute pleasure working with you and getting to know you even though my time with Crowley FD was short. You will always be in our hearts since you truly made a difference in everyone’s lives you met. May god grant your family peace and comfort during this time. I’ll never forget how good of a cook you were at the fire house. The meals you made and we would have family time around the station table. You were quite the chef! Our thoughts and prayers for you and your family. Rest easy brother.

 

 

Dolly Davis posted on 6/29/20

So Sorry for this Tremendous loss. Your family is in our prayers.

 

Tiffany Nelson posted on 6/29/20

I will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers. I was lucky enough to hang out with him just a few times but he was truly funny and amazing.

 

Mike and Lisa (Moore) Gray posted on 6/28/20

Our thoughts and prayers to all of the family, God Bless

 

Lisa Gray posted on 6/28/20

Our thoughts and prayers go out to all the family. God Bless, Mike and Lisa (Moore) Gray

 

Tabbitha Windham posted on 6/28/20

Praying for strength for you and your family. Love you

 

 

Vicki Hawkins posted on 6/27/20

Mom I miss u more than anyone can imagine. I love u mom. Mom mom mom Deanna Lynn Hawkins u are loved. I miss talking to u, so so so so so much. I wish u were here and Harley and Carmen and Brandon and Serenity and Ben and Justin and Cay and bulgar and grandpa. That would be a hell of a reunion. The one I'm looking forward to the most. U taught me so so so much. I miss my friend. I miss my mom.

 

Magdalena Morales posted on 6/27/20

May fond memories of Lou Ann bring you comfort during this hard time in your life. My heart and prayers go out to your family.

 

 

Brittany fowler posted on 6/26/20

Gabe was always a dancer, wanted to blog y’all night and he had some moves, I’ll forever miss you Gabe

 

Chris Long ( Sherry and Terry's ) Aunt posted on 6/26/20

My heart hurts for you. I know there is nothing I could say to ease your pain. Please know I have and will continue to pray for you and your family.

 

Maxine reese posted on 6/26/20

So sorry

 

 

Lisa Herholz posted on 6/25/20

My condolences to Marilyn and family.

 

Mandi Aly posted on 6/25/20

Uncle Jerry I cannot believe you are gone even more that I had to find this out through social media. Wow have times changed. Our family used to be so close and now I guess we are out of sight and mind. Well i love you Uncle Jerry. And I will always remember you. Fly high and watch over us left here. Save a spot for me next to GMA and my momma. Please. May God be with all who need him and even more those that don't.

 

Bobby and DJ Cox posted on 6/24/20

Cecil was a kind and very thoughtful man. He could make you feel like you were a belove family member and would give you anything he could to make you life better. I am truly blessed to have worked with Cecil and Joann Hawkins at Lake Benbrook and both have become valued friends and adopted family.

 

Ann Jay posted on 6/23/20

My husband Jerry, who taught at Granbury High School, thought the world of Dorothy!! He was sure the school couldn’t run without her because her spirit and attitude were so large and wonderful!!!

 

Andrea & Dan Lista posted on 6/22/20

Cecil is a kind man. He always made us feel like family. We will miss him but know we will see him again one day. Thankful he is celebrating in joy with our Lord.

 

 

Tracy Stoneman posted on 6/22/20

Such a wonderful Lady

 

 

Tracy Stoneman posted on 6/22/20

Dorothy was always so sweet

 

 

Becky Taylor posted on 6/22/20

Wonderful Lady. A great spirit and feisty attitude. She will be missed by her family, but will always be in their hearts. Heavenly Peace to you Dorothy!

 

Holly Youngblood posted on 6/22/20

It was my pleasure to have gotten to know you pop's. U will be greatly missed. Thanks for letting me take care of him.

 

 

posted on 6/22/20

Ms. Stewart was/is a special woman/Mother/friend and loved very much. Thank God for memories and her time on this earth. She is now an "Angel" watching over us from above ❤

 

 

posted on 6/22/20

Annette Tankersley Costanzo

 

Debby and lucky hammons posted on 6/20/20

Lucky and I are saddened to hear of your passing very nice man our prayers to the family

 

Buster & Brenda Stewart posted on 6/19/20

Joey and Nathan were friends. Buster worked for them at one time.

 

Buster & Brenda Stewart posted on 6/19/20

The Brownings have part of our life for a long time. Joey and Nathan played soccer together and were friends. Buster worked for them at one time. Our prayers go out to the family.

 

 

Serena Eminger posted on 6/18/20

Steph always was a beautiful soul and now a beautiful angel. You will be truly missed by many. Prayers for family and friends.

 

Tim McCarty posted on 6/18/20

I wish I was able to see you more when I came back to visit Wichita Falls and Dallas. You will be truly missed. You are in a better place. Love and miss you.

 

 

Trinity Cisneros posted on 6/17/20

Mr. Phillips was a very caring and compassionate man , I didn’t care for him long but the little time that I did , he was always upbeat up until his last final days . He would smile and laugh at the little comments I would make , everytime I would go to work , I would always look forward to seeing Mr. Phillips walking around ! I miss him so much dearly , without his presence the facility feels slightly empty , you have made an impact to all of us , and we all miss you dearly ! It’s hard to believe your gone , but I know your in a better place looking down on us ! It was a honor working for Mr. Phillips and may he Rest In Peace ❤️

 

Dawna Strauss posted on 6/15/20

I have missed u for over 20 years since leaving the family. But you raised two wonderful daughters and took care f our family . Love Cousin Dawna

 

wade gilbert class of 95 posted on 6/15/20

I had the priviledge of attending brock from kindergarten to senior graduation, Mr. Fuller was one of the most memorable teachers for me. The first thing I remember is how nervous I was to attend one of his classes, I just knew I was going to fail. He assured us if we try hard we would not fail, but we definitely earned the grade. I remember seeing him in the stands at basketball games and how he interacted with all of his students. If someone was overwhelmed with a task he used to say" the best way to eat a elephant is one bite at a time". the thing I remember the most is how much he loved his students, he cared about the well being and the success of every student. Mr. Fuller is a real treasure and will be missed.

 

Eddie Martin posted on 6/14/20

Good friend we'll miss you

 

Eddie Martin posted on 6/14/20

Steve was one of the best outboard mechanic I've ever known. I learned a lot from him when he had his shop hete in Huntington called Fix it for fishing.. The corner hasn't been the same sence... We'll miss you old friend..

 

 

Revah posted on 6/14/20

Love seeing his smiling face when he'd shop at Brookeshires. He's going to be missed by all who knew him. He was a hard worker and a great family man.

 

 

Lahonda Wilkins posted on 6/14/20

I loved Joe and Y both. Loved that I got to work with them both. They made work fun.

 

 

Crystal Norton posted on 6/14/20

So loved and truly missed...he was a dad to me a one time and the memories I have will be in my heart forever..prayers for all family and friends

 

Chris Vandenberg class of '93 posted on 6/14/20

I often talk of him and all he taught us. He used to whittle in the hall. Made those little boxes with the ball trapped in it. A few years ago I decided to give that a try. I made one, that all I could handle. It was successful but didn't look anywhere near the masterpieces of Mr. Fuller.

 

Chris Vandenberg class of '93 posted on 6/14/20

Mr. Fuller was one of the great teachers of all time. He impacted my life and many many others I know. The world lost a good one. God Bless hi..

 

 

Julisa posted on 6/14/20

I miss you everyday austin! He was my best friend and we made so many memories.... the last Memory we made together was our 2nd grade Field trip to Morgan’s wonderland

 

Linda Cooke posted on 6/14/20

Joe P. Fuller was the best Science teacher! The closest thing some of us saw to a kind-hearted drill Sargent. He demanded respect! He demanded neatness and organization! (Binders) He would stand near while you were answering a question and say,”No stalling, Gilbert! Just answer, Gilbert! That is stalling, Gilbert. C’mon, Gilbert, just spit it out.” Throwing tennis balls at the kid who wouldn’t pay attention. He loved to find a student sleeping. But, he also did the most listening and talking to students who needed it. He also did a lot of laughing and made us laugh. He ran a tight ship, but we loved him for it. And we got organized if we wanted an A on that binder. I remember some of us sweating that something was missing out of that binder.

 

Jessica (Briggs) Carson posted on 6/14/20

I’m SO sad to be seeing this tonight. I moved to Brock the summer between my sophomore and junior year. I had Mr.Fuller both my junior and senior years of high school. I remember very early in my junior year (as I was still VERY much adjusting to moving from a large school in MO to tiny Brock) that he picked up a bowling ball in class one day and threw it at a student for not paying attention. I wondered what kind of school my parents had moved me to, LOL. It was not unusual for him to make an ornery student do wall sits or keep their hand raised all the way up for the duration of class, either. One of my very favorite memories of Mr.Fuller involved one of my stints while in “D-Hall” (which I’m sure I received for talking during class). He sent me down to the cafeteria to grab his lunch for him. We were having fried okra as a side that day and he was very much looking forward to it. When I walked back in his class with his tray, he looked at me and said “Biggs (that’s what he always called me even though my last name was Briggs)! How’s that okra today?” Without missing a beat, I shrugged my shoulders and said “ehhhh....it’s a little salty.” He just shook his head and cracked up laughing. I’m not sure if he knew that I really DID steal a bite and that it really WAS salty! I can’t even imagine how many lives Mr.Fuller touched. I know his lessons and stories are still being passed down to future generations today. What a legacy he’s left. Sending his family lots of love during this difficult time.

 

Jessica (Briggs) Carson posted on 6/13/20

I’m so sad to hear this news. I moved to Brock the summer between my sophomore and junior year. I had Mr.Fuller both my junior and senior years at Brock. I remember very early into the school year my junior year (as I was still VERY much adjusting coming from a big school in MO to Brock), he picked up a bowling ball and threw it at a kid who wasn’t paying attention in class. I wondered what kind of school my parents moved me to, LOL. It wasn’t unusual for him to make an ornery student do wall sits during class either. One of my favorite stories about Mr.Fuller involved my stint in “D-Hall” one day (which I’m SURE I got for talking). He had me go to the cafeteria to pick up his lunch tray for him. We were having fried okra as a side that day and he was very excited about that! When I walked back into D-Hall with his tray, he asked “Biggs (as he always called me...even though my last name was Briggs), how is that okra?” Without missing a beat, I shrugged my shoulders and replied “ehhh..it’s a little salty today.” He just cracked up laughing and shook his head. I don’t know if he ever realized that I really DID sneak a piece of it and it was really WAS salty. There is no telling the thousands of lives Mr.Fuller impacted. His lessons are still being passed down and will be for years to come. I’m sending all of his family huge hugs and lots of love during this difficult time.

 

Chris Cypert posted on 6/13/20

I had the privilege of being one of Mr. Fuller’s students in the late ‘90s. Beyond learning multiple sciences from him, he taught me a great deal about life and broadened my perspective tremendously. I presume every person has the one teacher who stood above the rest in their education, and for me that was undoubtedly Mr. Fuller. A inimitable figure in the halls and history of Brock High School, he made such an impact on so many young people. A fine man whose passing diminishes us all. I very much regret that I won’t be able to make the trip home to pay my respects, but Mr. Fuller’s family will be in my prayers this week. God bless.

 

Brandie posted on 6/13/20

Mr. Fuller was an amazing Biology Teacher! He had a unique way of teaching that kept us paying attention and learning at the same time! I'll never forget Mr. Fuller's class.

 

Myrtice Owens posted on 6/13/20

Cara and family, You have been in my heart and prayers through these many days of difficulties. May the Lord wrap His arms of comfort and peace around you all. You have my deepest sympathy and continued prayers. Myrtice Owens, Emeritus Tanzania & Kenya .

 

Joe and Beverly Ward posted on 6/13/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you today as you remember, celebrate and then say goodbye, for a little while, to our precious Cynthia. We grieve with you, but so very grateful for the promise of a forever, heavenly reunion. Our love and prayers.

 

 

Marcy Elliott posted on 6/12/20

What a lovely person, who will be deeply missed. My condolences~

 

Pat Stampes posted on 6/11/20

Jack and I went to the same high school, and he would always tell me that we had certain classes together, and of course with my bad memory, I just took his word for it. Jack did have a good memory. He would always ask me if I remembered certain people in our class. I would tease him and ask why he would always be asking about girls. He would laugh and say "...that is what boys do. They remember the girls." Har-har-har! Steve and I always loved to see Jack walk through the door at Linda and Morton's house carrying a large tray of barbequed ribs, turkey, and brisket. Jack could really cook some of the best barbeque in the world. We always enjoyed every bite. We are saddened to lose Jack, but we know he is probably cooking for Ronnie and others he had lost in the past. Jack is at peace with our loving Father in Heaven. We miss you, Jack. Pat and Steve Stampes

 

Denise Allison (Brown) posted on 6/11/20

Where do I begin, oh my I will miss and dearly loved my uncle Jack. We spent years and hours talking on the phone. Deep meaningful stuff, troubles health, cars, dreams and memory of loved ones gone before us. We boated, camped, fished, laughed, partied had adult sleep overs, many laughters many tears..... This is the good stuff......this is what i will remember. I know my aunt Jorita gave my uncle the best marriage he could have ever dreamed of from God and for that I am forever at peace; he had a wonderful life here before he left, this is the greatest treasure from god is love..... and he got to have it. May he enjoy the times and glory of the Lord & his family there, until I meet him again.......I love you Jack and miss you....Love always Denise

 

Karen Gresham Nickell posted on 6/10/20

Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs to the family. I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Dan and Pam Harris posted on 6/10/20

Our daughter Caitlin spent lots of time. With Ashley as a young girl. We never worried about her when she was with Jack and JoRita. They were always so sweet to her. Jack was always glad to see her, and they treated Caitlin just like their own child. We know you will miss him.

 

Patricia Allison posted on 6/10/20

JACKIE BOY. That is what he was always to me. I met Jackie Boy when he was 7 years old and I was 14 yrs. I met and married his brother Harry James Allison and was married to his brother 39 years before he died in 2000. Jackie Boy would always call me and we would talk sometime over an hour. He made sure I was OK after his big brother passed. I can remember Jackie Boy said Harry called me sometime and said come over and help Pat with something. He would go with me to buy a mattress if Harry was busy and we would both lay on it to see if Harry would fit (because they were both tall men). Once he went with me to pick out a recliner and he sat in it of course to see if Harry would fit. I will always smile and remember all the memories Jackie Boy and I made together. I was so happy I talked to him Saturday and Sunday before he passed. Rest In Peace in the Loving Arms of Our Lord and enjoy all the spirits of your family I know you are with now. Your Sister-In-Law Pat Allison

 

Steven Omelan posted on 6/10/20

Russell was a good friend and classmate for many years. My prayer is for comfort for his family and friends. We will miss him.

 

Mike and Stephanie Creech posted on 6/9/20

So sorry for the loss of your husband Linda and father of Ernest, Vicki and Jesse. My deepest condolences. Prayers for all.

 

Sherry Schiavone posted on 6/9/20

Your Mom's beautiful smile is how I remember her. Always so gracious and kind, she will be missed by all. My prayers are with you and Mike and your family.

 

 

The Heath Family posted on 6/8/20

May care and love of those around you provide comfort and peace to get you through the days ahead. Our most sincere condolences.

 

Shelly Butler posted on 6/8/20

Kim, Thinking of you and your family, I am so glad to have met your mom. She was so sweet. Sending love and prayers. Shelly Butler (Ted and Shery’s sister )

 

Jack Simmons posted on 6/8/20

It's a contradiction, or an oxymoron, but Mr. Hofsiss was a tender-hearted warrior. He had precise language, but was never verbose. He had very erect posture, but would always bend and yield to a child. His achievements as an educator, author, and scholar, were only exceeded by being a wonderful father, grandfather, and great-grandfather...We rejoice in his transition to that which surpasses our understanding on this side of our Savior's Gift!

 

Nancy Dent posted on 6/8/20

I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Eleanore was such a caring person.

 

Edith posted on 6/8/20

I remember those evenings when Mark led our Bible Study group at Nyeri Baptist High School.. He invited us to his house where we shared the word of God and enjoyed chai and cookies which Cara made for the Bible Study members. After I graduated from High School I went to college... I was so happy to meet the Phillips again In Brackenhurst.... Cara and I had our own Bible Study once a week before I checked in to work... Their home was always open for everyone.. I didn´t get to see the Phillips after I left for Germany, but I treasure those memories, those smiles and the chai times... In a little while we will meet again. Peace be with you Cara and the family... Mungu awabariki sana, na awape Amani...

 

Sheila Clark posted on 6/7/20

Prayers for peace and comfort to Linda and all the family. Greg was such a caring and giving guy with a contagious smile. He always went out of his way to help! One of my most memorable interactions with him was one night before Thanksgiving. This was when he worked at Walgreens in Odessa, Texas. I had run in to him, while he was on the late night shift. He happened to be walking inside the store, possibly on break. He said, "how are you doing"? I said, "I would be better, if I could find some cinnamon to finish my baking"! He actually took the time and went to the back stock to search the inventory and came back with the cinnamon I needed! Saved my night and my dessert! For those of you who know Greg, he is was a Pharmacist and as with most Pharmacists, probably did not really have anything to do with the rest of the store. Could you imagine any other person of his status even offering to do something like that? That is just the kind of guy he was. Both Greg and Linda were true soul mates. They are so humble and down to earth. Each going the extra mile to help most anyone. May God keep all of you in his care every day and in every way. May he rest in peace. It is goodbye for now...until we meet again.

 

David-Darlene Noden posted on 6/6/20

If we had space, we could write a book on memories of Mark. He was a true brother to our son who grew up with him in Machakos, Kenya as missionary kids. Mark was in and around our home very often as he and Bruce played, then when to the little local school in Machakos and finally went off to Rift Valley Academy where they spent those remaining years from about 5th grade up and through high school. We loved the Phillip family and spent a great deal of time in their home. We shared much mutual fellowship over the years and we will every hold Mark and Cara in our hearts for years to come. Our hearts and love go out to Cara and the family as they step into a new normal that only God can and will fill for them. Cara and family we deeply love you and pray for you.

 

Mwarumba Mwavita posted on 6/6/20

Jamii yangu wakati wetu Nyeri (1996-97). Nawaombea Mungu awafariji na kuwakumbatia wakati huu mgumu wa huzuni ya kumpoteza mpendwa wenu Mark. Poleni sana na Mungu awape neema na nguvu.

 

Jon Casimir posted on 6/6/20

I (Jon Casimir) met Mark in 1985. We were in a Bible study together at Kansas State University. Mark asked me to disciple him in October of 1985. Honestly, he should have been disciplining me. He was a good and faithful man. Toward the end of the spring semester we had an overnight fishing trip with several friends. I had been vaccinated for yellow fever earlier in the day. That night I awoke with a high fever and Mark drove me home at 2 am. The fishing trip was a bust but our friendship was golden. I will always remember Mark's infectious smile, kindness and love for Jesus. He was a man we should all aspire to be like. He will be missed. Can't wait to see him again in heaven.

 

Victoria Calder posted on 6/5/20

Praying for comfort for Linda and the family.

 

Victoria Calder posted on 6/5/20

Sending prayers of comfort.

 

Jean McFaddin posted on 6/5/20

Prayers for you Vicki and all your family.

 

Herman and Susan Smith posted on 6/5/20

Our hearts are heavy for all of our PPVFD & EMS, for Bill’s family, and countless friends. A wonderful First Responder has answered another call. Heaven called and he responded. RIP

 

Deana Hetherington posted on 6/5/20

Your family are in my thoughts and prayers. My condolences Tanya.

 

LORI POTEETE posted on 6/5/20

Praying over my friend Tonya and her family and friends. My deepest and sincere condolences and may the soul of your daughter rest in peace. I love you

 

Cindy West posted on 6/5/20

You are all in my thoughts and prayers. I am so very sorry for your loss.

 

Marilyn Gates posted on 6/5/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family, Tanya. I am so very sorry.

 

Beverly Casaubon posted on 6/5/20

 

 

Jacque Gordon posted on 6/5/20

So sorry for your loss

 

Linda Smith posted on 6/4/20

Hayley, you have always held a special place in my heart. I cannot believe you have left us, but I do know you are in heaven along with your dad. You will be missed so much

 

 

Sondi posted on 6/4/20

Haley, you will be greatly missed. I enjoyed every day that I worked with you at the hospital...

 

Brent Candler posted on 6/3/20

My condolences to you and your family Tanya.

 

Walter & Donna Lee posted on 6/2/20

We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are for your healing at this time in your life. We pray that Our Lord will heal your broken heart's with memories of the best days of your lives with Nan. She was a very kind women.

 

 

Taylor Mitchell posted on 6/1/20

I'll always remember the time you let Alex and I ride in the fire truck when we were young.

 

 

Larry Brown posted on 6/1/20

Rest Easy Brother Bill.

 

Dustin Huggins posted on 6/1/20

I am a better person, friend and Firefighter because of Bill. It goes without saying that things won’t be the same without you.. I’m going to miss you buddy. Love you.

 

Mary Gourley posted on 6/1/20

I sat next to Jack in church for several years before he and Dorothy moved to Ft. Worth. He was a total gentleman. When I lost my Jim, he was right there for me. I have really missed him and Dorothy since they moved. May he Rest In Peace.

 

Randy & Helena Pinson posted on 6/1/20

Bill was a very wonderful man. We were so happy when he married my niece. Ever time we saw him he had a smile on his face. We loved him so much God took him too soon. Prayers of comfort during this time for the family.

 

Patti Fry Edwards posted on 6/1/20

She was an awesome aunt. I I was married to her nephew and never made a difference. She adored our daughter, Tamara. Junior, Terry, Sheila and Sharon, I’m so sorry for your loss. Prayers for y’all!

 

Danell Rose posted on 5/31/20

Mr.Orwald ( Don) , inspired so many of us to pursue our theatrical dreams and theatre/ performing careers because of what he taught us, shared with , helped develop and instilled in us as his students. All those wonderful summers at the BC3 Summer program with him, the Knoch High School plays and musicals , and seeing him in the audience of other shows we were involved in to support our efforts, are the special memories none of us will ever forget. We thank you sir for everything you were to and for us! Respectfully Danell Rose /Former Knoch High Student

 

Marlene Webb posted on 5/29/20

God took you so suddenly, but I will be forever grateful that I got to talk to you that morning and told you I Love You. God could not have given me a better loving mother, even if I had asked. I've tried to be the best daughter for you to have. I think about you and talk to you every day. Nothing will ever be the same without you here. Holidays will be the hardest to endure. Thank you for giving me all of my sisters and brothers to help each other get through this sorrow. The crying is getting less, but there will forever be an ache in my heart because you are not here. Only God knows how much longer I'll be here before I see you again. Until then, every day I'll tell you how much I Love You and Miss you. I Love You and Miss You so much.

 

Vickie Roe Gentry posted on 5/29/20

Not only was she my Aunt, she was a dear sweet friend as well. I will miss our drives to Temple, our supper dates at the many singing we attended, and the wonderful visits we had while we cleaned house together. Love you.

 

Ginger Fritz posted on 5/28/20

I was so saddened to hear of her passing. I will be praying for each one of you to have a peace that passes all understanding.

 

Jan and Alex Laino posted on 5/27/20

Deacon we will miss you. We are sad to see you leave. You always had a smile on your face and something funny to say. You loved Beverly with all of your being .Shy and her family was also your heart. You often said how much you loved them all. Thank you for fun memories and gatherings around the dinner table. We love you. Forever in our hearts. Jan and Alex

 

Don Ruble posted on 5/27/20

Rick was my closet friend and he was like a brother to me. I miss him so much and take great peace in knowing he is now in Gods presence. The courage and love he expressed over the past couple of years is unparalleled and the true example of Rick Siddall. I will never forget his strength and Faith. Rick and I were great friends for 54 years starting at SWT in San Marcus. We experienced some wonderful times and I am so proud of our relationship. We kept in touch over the years and after our retirement started spending much more time together. Michal and Rick are dear sweet friends to Lynda and I. They will always impact our lives going forward. Rick recently stated that we should All Get To Living and Exercise Our God Given Talents to His Glory. I will continue to strive to follow Rick’s strong leadership and example of Faith. I love him and will forever miss him..

 

Carolyn Eddy posted on 5/27/20

Barbara loved life and was such a precious. We were blessed to have known her,

 

 

Ana frazer posted on 5/26/20

In memory of my grandfather

 

Sheron M Meyers posted on 5/26/20

"Aunt Barbara" and I were really close confidants as she was only nine years older than me. I baby sat her beautiful five children. Love to you all.

 

 

Lon posted on 5/25/20

Will miss you Rick

 

 

Catherine Beattie posted on 5/25/20

I am never going to forget Jerry or the amazing kids he had. I love all of the Rakestraw Clan and know he is in Heaven catching up with passed loved ones and watching over us.

 

 

Catherine Beattie posted on 5/25/20

I love all of you so mu