PANTHERS WHO HAVE PASSED AWAY

PreferredName

LastName

MarriedName

FirstName

MiddleName

Nickname

Comments

AHNERT JO FRANCES

AHNERT

RIVERA

JO

FRANCES

Passed away 11/1/2012 according to Edward Ahnert in Ancestry.com

ARMSTRONG RICHARD

ARMSTRONG

RICHARD

Died August 4, 2003 as a result of lung cancer.

ASHURST KEAN

ASHURST III

KEAN

H

BERGSMA ROGER

BERGSMA

ROGER

LYNN

Confirmed with Lloyd Bergsma, who lives in Amarillo, that his son Roger Bergsma died in August 2003.

BETTS NORA JEANNE

BETTS

GREEN

NORA

JEANNE

Died 2/24/2000 in Bedford, Texas

BLACK RICHARD

BLACK

RICHARD

LYNN

Died May 27, 1968 in Hempstead, Texas. Was struck by an auto while crossinga street on the Texas A&M campus in Brazos County.

BLAKNEY SANDRA

BLAKNEY

REITMANN

SANDRA

LEE

Died April 6, 1997 in Round Rock, Texas. After graduating from UT Austin she had been a nurse.

BLEVINS MORRIS

BLEVINS

MORRIS

Died April 17, 1989 in Johnson County, Texas at the age of 41.

BOGGESS PAM

BOGGESS

PAMELA

DIANE

Died November 24, 1965 on the Paschal campus when an auto ran into her.

BOWEN BUD

BOWEN

ROBERT

GLEN

BUD

Died Dec. 2, 2000 in Dallas, TX. After graduating from TCU and UT Law School he had a private law practice in Dallas. He was survived by is wife Abby, son Robby and mother Sallie.

BULLARD VICKIE

BULLARD

VICKIE

FAYE

BURKE STEPHEN

BURKE

STEPHEN

KEARNS

STEVE

passed away Wednesday, May 23, 2012, after battling cancer for several years and was survived by his brother, Ranny and sister Laurel. Celebration of life at Yupp's, 4111 Wedgway Drive. He served his country in the U.S. Navy aboard the USS Coral Sea until 1972.

BUTLER BARBARA

BUTLER

McBRIDE

BARBARA

ANN

Passed away at home Mar. 23, 2006. She had owned and operated Snoopy's Saloon, graduated from Michigan State University and was survived by her husband, Gene and sisters Linda and Pat.

CHAMBERLAIN BRAD

CHAMBERLAIN

BRADLEY

FROST

BRAD

Died Apr. 19, 1988 in Tarrant County, TX and was buried in Emerald Hills Memorial Park, Kennedale, TX

CHAMBERS LYNN

CHAMBERS

STEINFELDT

MARGARET

LYNN

LYNN

Died Jul. 10, 1991 in Cartersville, GA

CHATHAM STEPHEN

CHATHAM

STEPHEN

E

Died Feb. 20, 2008 in Selma, OR

COE RAY

COE

EDGAR

RAY

RAY

Died 10/9/2006 and was buried in Greenwood Memorial Park. He was a Viet Nam veteran and was survived by his daughter Tamara and 5 grandchildren.

COFFEY CATHY

COFFEY

CLARK

CATHY

IONE

Passed away at home Jan. 15, 204 after a lengthy illness and was buried at Laurel Land. She was survived by her husband of 38 years, 1 son, 2 daughters, 3 grand daughters and 1 brother.

COMPTON RONALD

COMPTON

RONALD

Passed away Sunday, Sept. 26, 2010, in Arlington. Worked for General Motors for 32 years.

CONDRAY PEGGY ANN

CONDRAY

BALCH

PEGGY

ANN

PEGGY ANN

Passed away Mar. 4, 2013 and was buried in Shannon Rose Hill Memorial Park. She was survived by her son, Ben, 3 sisters and a granddaughter, Alexis.

Last known address: 2306 LONG RIDGE LN, ARLINGTON, TX 76014-1023

COOK KAY

COOK

HARDCASTLE

KAY

ANN

Died Aug. 16, 2002 in Fort Worth, was buried in Rosehill Cemetery, Cleburne, TX and was survived by her husband.

CROSS JEAN

CROSS

TURNER after EAKINS

JEAN

ELLEN

Died on Mar. 19, 1999. Buried in Greenwood Memorial Park and Mausoleum, Fort Worth.

DAUGHTRY ANN

DAUGHTRY

ANN

Died at home June 14, 1977 and buried at Laurel Land. Survived by her sister Marilu. She was a secretary at Nieman Marcus Department Store.

DAVIS TOM

DAVIS

THOMAS

BRABSON

TOM

Passed away Dec. 11, 2010 in Corpus Christi leaving his wife and 2 daughters.

DEATON JOHN

DEATON JR

JOHN

CARLYLE

John's mother reported that John died of heart attack 1/1/2000 leaving a wife, who has since remarried, and 2 sons. He was a carpenter.

DICKERSON TOMMY SUE

DICKERSON

CONWAY

TOMMY

SUE

Passed away Feb. 23, 1999 in Arlington, TX.

DODSON JOHN

DODSON

JOHN

STEELE

EBERT EMILY

EBERT

LUZ

EMILY

JANE

Died peacefully March 10, 2011 and was interred at Greenwood in Fort Worth. She was survived by her husband, son and brother.

EICHELBERGER LINDA

EICHELBERGER

MARTIN

LINDA

LANELLE

Died Sept. 7, 1999

ELMORE JOYCE

ELMORE

HIVELY

JOYCE

MARGARET

JOY

Died Feb. 11, 2000. Divorced from Hively and had a sone, Jason and a daughter, Jerilynn

EVANS EVAN

EVANS JR

EVAN

ROBERT

Died Jan. 14, 2006 in Fort Worth

FANCHER TIM

FANCHER

TIMOTHY

PATRICK

TIM

Died Feb. 20, 1978 and buried in Bellevue Memorial Park, Ontario Calif. Had one child.

FARKAS CHRIS

FARKAS

FRANK

CHRIS

CHRIS

FARLEY JAMES

FARLEY

JAMES

WINIFRED

JIM

Died Mar. 30, 2007.

MAYES PAT

FRIDYE

MAYES

MARY

PATRICIA

PAT

Died 4/2/2005 in Houston

GAYLER JACK

GAYLER

JACK

GENE

Died 8/4/2011 in Fort Worth and entombmnet in Greenwood Mausoleum. Survived by wife, son, 3 daughters, brother, mother and 10 grandchildren.

GIBBS PETE

GIBBS

DONALD

PETE

PETE

Passed away in Houston on 9/18/2015 in Houston, TX.

GLIDEWELL STEVE GLIDEWELL   STEPHEN PHILIP STEVE  

GOLDSMITH JOSEPH

GOLDSMITH

JOSEPH

M

JODY

Died April 3. 2009 according to his brother, James B. Goldsmith.

GREER BOBBY

GREER JR

ROBERT

LEE

BOBBY

Died Jan. 1, 2010 after 12 year battle against a brain tumor. He was a registered nurse in respiratory therapy.

GUINN KYLE

GUINN

GEOFFREY

KYLE

KYLE

Deceased 7/27/2009

GUTKOWSKI HERMAN

GUTKOWSKI

HERMAN

Died Jun. 19, 2006 and buried in Laurel Land Memorial Park, Fort Worth, TX.

HAMMER, JR LEONARD HAMMER JR.   LEONARD     Passed away 4/3/2016.

HARE KATHRYN

HARE

FUSELL

KATHRYN

SUE

Died Mar. 22, 2013 and buried at Forest Park Lawndale, Houston, TX. She was survived by her husband, 3 daughters, Kim, Tracy and Michelle, brother James and sister Pamela, 11 grandchildren and on great-granddaughter.

HAYES GEORGE

HAYES

GEORGE

MARTIN

Died May 7, 1993. He was a sporting goods salesman in Fort Worth.

HILLIARD II ZACK

HILLIARD II

POWELL

ZACK

ZACK

died at the age of 62 on Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2010, after several years of poor health due to multiple illnesses, injuries and conditions.

SINGER AUBREY

HOFSTEIN

MARK

HOWARD

Died May 21, 2014 of Bone Cancer in Apopka, FL.

Musically, Aubrey aka Mark played in many bands growing up. He had played in the marching band at Paschal and later went to college at North Texas State in Denton. He moved to LA in the early 70's where he played flute, piano, saxophone, and sang in a group called Earthquire which was under the Motown label. It was at that time, Mark changed his name to Aubrey Singer. His son, Joshy has followed in his footsteps and is a singer. Aubrey had the kindest heart. His was my big brother and I will miss him, forever.

Survived by his son, Joshy Singer, a sister, Dale "D" Steinek, his brother Michael Hofstein sister-in-law Marian Hofstein.

From his sister, Dale Steinek, dsteinek1@aol.com.

HOGAN ROYAL

HOGAN, Jr

ROYAL

DEAN

Died 11/28/1986.

HUDGINS ANDREA

HUDGINS

ANDREA

RHEA

ANDEE

Died Nov. 30, 1998. She was a horticulturist.

HURLEY DINNY

HURLEY

VINCENT

ALDEN

DINNY

Died Nov. 15, 2004 at home in Fort Worth.

HURST VIVIAN

HURST

VIVIAN

LEE

Died Feb. 22, 1992 in Fort Worth and was buried at Laurel Land.

HUTCHESON REX

HUTCHESON

REX

Died May 4, 1987 in Tarrant County and was buried in Moore Memorial Gardens in Arlington, TX. He had been a commissioned Warrant Officer in the U.S. Naval Reserve.

JAMES PAM

JAMES

BRASHEAR

PAM

Passed away Jun. 26, 2014 in Fort Worth with burial in Greenwood Memorial Park and Mausoleum. Survived by her husband, 2 daughters and 4 grandchildren.

JEFFRIES DON

JEFFRIES

DONALD

WESLEY

Died 3/8/2008, buried 3/14/2008 at Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery. This from his step-son, Kevin.

JOB FRANKIE

JOB

BASS

FRANKIE

LYNN

A Frankie Lynn Bass passed away Jan. 6, 2006 in Muskogee, OK and buried in Fort Worth at Shannon Rose Hill Cemetery. She had divorced Jimmy Roland Bass in 1983.

KIMBLE JANET

KIMBLE

JONES

JANET

KAY

Passed away June 9, 2013 in Hutto, TX

Work: Hutto High School Hutto, Texas 78634 512-759-4700

KITE ROY

KITE

ROY

Letter from daughter confirming his death.

KOLAR DALE

KOLAR

DALE

JEROME

JERRY

Died in 1993.

LARUE DANNY

LARUE

DANA

FRANK

Danny LaRue, 65, passed away Thursday, April 17, 2014. Graveside service: 2 p.m. Monday in Greenwood Memorial Park. Danny was born May 22, 1948, in Fort Worth. He retired from the Fort Worth Police Department in 1994. Danny was a decorated officer and homicide detective. He received the Fort Worth Police Officer of the Year Award in 1990 and was nominated for the Parade Police Officer of the Year Award in 1987 receiving honorable mention. Danny was preceded in death by his father, Dan B. LaRue Jr. Survivors: Mother, Margaret LaRue; son, Greg LaRue; daughter, Stephanie LaRue; and his beloved dog, Zero.

LASKOSKI RAY

LASKOSKI

RAYMOND

MICHAEL

RAY

Died of cancer on Jan. 16, 2003. Survived by his wife of 30 years, Wanda Williams.

LEDOUX CHERI

LEDOUX

CHERYL

LEE

CHERI

She died 7/3/2011. Graduated from UT - Austin. She worked at Osteopathic and JPS Hospitals in Fort Worth.

Info from Jerry Grantland.

LOWRANCE CARL

LOWRANCE

CARL

Passaway Sept. 13, 2010, buried at Greenwood Memorial Park and Mausoleum. Survived by his wife, and 3 stepchildren and 2 brothers. Last known address: 5405 MACK RD, FORT WORTH, TX 76117-2039

LUSKEY HENRY

LUSKEY

HENRY

LEE

Henry Lee Luskey, a loving husband, father, grandfather, brother, brother-in-law, uncle and friend, passed away peacefully Sunday, Nov. 10, 2013, his 65th birthday, surrounded by his loving and devoted family. Graveside service: Private. Memorial service will be at 4 p.m. Wednesday at Congregation Ahavath Sholom, 4050 S. Hulen St. The family will receive guests immediately following the service in the Zale Auditorium. Bearers of his casket: Louis Baldwin, David Freirich, Arnold Gachman, Sidney Geller, Jerry Heller, Marvin Krasner, Jack Labovitz, Dan Lowrance, Alvin Luskey, Fred Reynolds, Dr. Edward Sankary and Marty Wender. Honorary bearers: John Dean, James Dunaway, Brian Eberstein, Dr. Jay Fierke, Robert Havran, Peter Reaka and James Taylor. Memorials: The family suggests that, in lieu of flowers, memorial donations be made in Henry's honor to Dr. Frederick Lang's Brain Tumor Research, in care of M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Box 4486, Houston, Texas 77210-4486. Henry was born Nov. 10, 1948, in Fort Worth to Sonya and Ben Luskey. He attended Paschal High School, graduating in 1966. Henry graduated cum laude from the University of Texas at Austin in 1970, earning a BBA with an accounting and finance major. He was very active in his years at the university, serving as rush captain for Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity for two years and as social chairman, planning many memorable activities. Henry excelled in all intramural sports, winning the national handball championship (doubles) his senior year. Upon graduation, Henry married the love of his life, Jeanie Hirsch of Marshall. They moved to Fort Worth in June 1970, beginning a beautiful 43-year journey through life together. They had two wonderful, devoted children, Steven Eric Luskey and Valrie Luskey Eberstein. Henry's first job after graduation was in public accounting with the firm Arthur Young. He immediately earned his CPA, while Jeanie taught kindergarten. In February 1971, Henry and Jeanie opened their first retail store, Henry's Jean Scene. Over the next 23 years, Henry expanded his retail operation throughout Texas, opening 19 stores. This included Cambridge Clothiers and Seville Shop, which were well known and loved by all of Fort Worth. Henry was admired for his attention to detail and his keen business acumen. His employees affectionately referred to him as the "hawk eye" because nothing escaped his attention in any department of his business. During his retail career, Henry was the primary supplier of private school uniforms for the greater Fort Worth area. He developed this niche within his retail operation, encompassing everything from manufacturing to sales. Henry's creative abilities enabled him to expand this aspect of the business tremendously. Working 60-plus hours per week, Henry still found the time to give back to the community that supported him. He served on the board of directors of Ridglea Bank for many years, and loved his association with such a fine group of businessmen. He also served on the board of Lena Pope Home and was a member of the board of directors of Country Day School for six years. Henry was a past president of Congregation Ahavath Sholom Synagogue and had been chairman of its finance committee for over 25 years. Henry was co-chairman of the capital campaign for Ahavath Sholom's new building, and took great pride and satisfaction in moving his congregation from Eighth Avenue to Hulen Street. Henry loved his involvement in many additional civic and social organizations including Steeplechase, Jewel Charity, Shady Oaks Country Club and Magnolia League, just to name a few. In 1994, Henry ended his retail career and followed his true passion in finance and the stock market. He became a financial advisor with Prudential Securities and earned numerous awards for his achievements from the onset of his financial career. He achieved the Chairman's Club status, which includes the top 100 producers nationwide, after only a few years in business. He and Jeanie traveled extensively with this group for years, making lifelong, treasured friends. Henry chose to move his financial group to Morgan Stanley in 2006, and was currently executive director of The Luskey Group. Henry again attained the Chairman's Club status, demonstrating his strong work ethic to all who knew him. For the last four years, the business publication Barron's selected Henry to be on its list of "Top 1000 Financial Advisors" in the country. This listing recognizes an elite group of top financial advisors who are passionate about their mission to provide exceptional wealth management services to clients. Henry's love for his family knew no bounds, and he always believed that "family comes first." One of his greatest joys in life was being a grandfather to his two grandchildren: Simon and Charlotte. He became a grandfather five years ago, and took tremendous pride in being a fun and loving "Poppi." Henry will be affectionately remembered for his unwavering loyalty and commitment to his family and friends. His selfless love and constant care for others are true examples for all who were blessed to know him. The family wishes to extend a special thanks to his caregivers from Community Hospice of Texas and to Dee Dee Jones. Henry was preceded in death by his parents, Sonya and Ben Luskey; his in-laws, Phyllis and Joe W. Hirsch; and his brother-in-law, Dr. David Weisman Hirsch. Survivors: Those left to cherish his memory and carry on his legacy are his wife, Jeanie Luskey; son, Steven Eric Luskey of New York, N.Y.; daughter, Valrie Luskey Eberstein and husband, David Martin Eberstein, of Fort Worth; grandchildren, Simon Joseph Eberstein and Charlotte Paige Eberstein; sister, Rossi Luskey Solomon and her husband, Dr. Gary Solomon, of Dallas; sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Carol and David Freirich of Mission Hills, Kan.; nieces and nephews; and host of extended family and close friends. Published in Star-Telegram on Nov. 12, 2013

MADDOX JANE

MADDOX

MORRIS

JANE

SYLVIA

Jane Sylvia Morris passed away November 23, 2012 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Jane was born on April 30, 1948 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa to her parents, Allan Maddox and Helen Sharp. During her schooling, she attended Dallas Baptist University, Baylor University School of Nursing, and Southern Nazarene University which led to a culminated effort of her Bachelor's degree. She was a proud member of the First Baptist Church in Tulsa as well as Beta Sigma Phi.

MASSEY RICKI

MASSEY

HILL

FREDERICKA

RICKI

Died Jan. 20, 2005 in San Jose, CA. She is survived by her 3 children and 4 grandchildren. Last known address: 1699 GRIZILLA, SAN JOSE, CA 95124

MCELROY JOHNNY

MCELROY

JOHN

PATRICK

JOHNNY

According to his brother, William, Johnny died in December 1992 from a cerebral hemorrage. He was survived by his 2 brothers.

MCSWAIN MICHAEL

MCSWAIN

MICHAEL

RAY

Died 1/1/1997 in Granbury, TX. He was a band director in Alaska and was home for the Christmas holiday. He had either a stroke or heart attack, as per Andy Magnus. He was a veteran of Vietnam War.

MCTAGGART ALYCE

MCTAGGART

DEERING

ALYCE

ELIZABETH

Died 9/1/2005 of Leukemia

MITCHELL SHERRY

MITCHELL

GLOVER

SHERRY

SUE

Passed away from liver cancer May 3, 2003. She was survived by her son Michael and 2 granddaughters.

MOODY DONALD

MOODY

DONALD

WALTER

DON

MOORE MELBOURNE

MOORE

MELBOURNE

Died Jun. 6, 1967 in Mineral Wells, TX in an auto accident.

MORRIS RICHARD

MORRIS

RICHARD

HAROLD

Died Nov. 5, 1995

MORTON ROBERT

MORTON

ROBERT

HAMILTON

BOBBY

Bobby died at a Fort Worth hospice facilty on Sept. 4, 2004. He was an Army veteran and retired in 1999 from the Fort Worth Police Department after 30 years. He was survived by his son and grandson.

NEECE PAUL

NEECE

PAUL

MARION

Paul died Feb. 16, 2013 and was survived by his wife of 45 years, Cindy, a son and daughter, 2 grandsons, his father, brother and other family members.

NUGENT PAM

NUGENT

GADILL

PAMELA

BEA

PAM

Died Jan. 6, 2012 in Weatherford, TX and was buried in Greenwood Memorial Park and Mausoleum, Fort Worth, TX. Pam was survived by her son, Raymond and a grandson, Gage.

PADGETT DIANA

PADGETT

MILEY

DIANA

LEE

Died Mar. 4, 1999 at a Dallas hospital and was buried at Laurel Land in Fort Worth. She was a licensed professional counselor receiving 2 masters degrees. She was also an avid hot air balloonist and a member of the Plano Balloon Association.

PAINE GARY

PAINE

GARY

LEE

Mar. 9, 2000 Gary may have died from an auto accident in Pike, Ohio.

PARKER MIKE PARKER   JOHN MICHAEL MIKE

"Mike," 68, beloved father, grandfather, brother and uncle passed away at home surrounded by his loving family on December 27 after a courageous eight year battle with cancer. Mike was born on April 15, 1948 in Waldo, Arkansas to John I. and Mary Louise (Teague) Parker and four years later joined by a sister, Suzanne. Mike, a brave and fearless soul already at the age of 12, saved his little sister's life when her nightgown caught on fire using his own hands to extinguish the flames. Mike's family moved to Fort Worth, TX when he was eight, where he later graduated from Paschal High School class of 1966. He later married, had two children and in 1975, moved his family to Aurora, CO to take a job with Contech and start anew. Mike loved the Colorado outdoors and took his family camping, fishing and hiking as often as he could. He was also deeply religious and enjoyed the years he was an active member of Central Baptist Church. After many years as a manager in manufacturing businesses, he moved to Fort Collins to open A.K. Machining, a successful manufacturing business which thrived for nearly two decades.
Mike enjoyed tinkering with and riding motorcycles and was always up for some serious car talk especially when it came to his beloved corvettes.
The last years of his life were devoted to being an amazing grandfather while fiercely fighting cancer - which he did up until his very last breath. Mike was known for his sense of humor, strength in adversity and love of family and friends. He will be greatly missed.
Survivors include daughters Lisa Marsden (Adrian) and Jennifer Parker, grandchildren John Andrew Parker, Emma and Isabel Lawrence, sister Suzanne Hardgrove (Mike) niece and nephew Scott and Heather Hardgrove; former wife Pat and his faithful, devoted canine buddy, Skritch.
Local memorial service to be announced later. Interment will take place in Fort Worth, Texas on March 14,2017.
In lieu of flowers, Mike requests donations be made to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Fort Worth http://www.fortworthkids.org/ where he spent much of his time as a kid.

PATTERSON MARTIN

PATTERSON

MARTIN

LEE

Died May 10, 2013 and intered at the Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery. Sgt. Patterson served 4 years in the U. S. Air Force stationed in Germany and granduaated from Texas Wesleyan. He worked for the US Postal service for 29 years, was a Mason and a Shrine clown. He was survived by his wife of 44 years, son Justin, daughter, Jennifer, 2 grandchildren, his father Joe and brother, Grady.

PENDERY RAY

PENDERY

LEONARD

RAY

RAY

Died Nov. 28, 1990 in Tarrant County and was buried in Union Cemetery, Gustine, TX

POORE TROY

POORE

LEVERIDGE

TROY

L

Passed away Feb. 25, 2012 and buried in Greenwood Memorial Park. She was survived by her son, Lewis, father, brother and 2 grandchildren.

POWELL ROGER POWELL   ROGER KENT   Passed at the hospital about three hours after a car accident and heart attack on July 28, 2017.

PRIDDY H. T.

PRIDDY III

H

T

HT

died August 12, 2011 after a courageous battle with cancer. He was a loving husband, proud father, successful business entrepreneur and former longtime resident of Fort Worth, Texas.

PROCTOR CHERRY

PROCTOR

CHERRY

ANNE

Passed away Nov. 13, 2013 in Hidewway, TX. and was survived by her sister, Emma. She is buried at Haven of Memories Cemetery in Canton, TX.

RALL RICHARD

RALL

RICHARD

CRENSHAW

Passed away Nov. 9, 2015

RIDINGS SHERRY

RIDINGS

LONG

SHERRY

LEA

Died in 2011 in Johnson County TX.

SCHWARTZ RENÉE SCHWARTZ BROOKSBY RENÉE     Died Aug 9, 1994. Buried in Littleton, CO
SHAVER GARY SHAVER   GARY HOWARD   Gary Howard Shaver, 69, of Joshua passed away Wednesday, July 12, 2017. Gary was born in Fort Worth, Texas on July 24, 1947 to Treva and Kline Shaver. He was a loving husband and father who also served his country in the Army.
He is preceded in death by his son, Kyle Edward Shaver.
He is survived by his wife of 47 years, Kathryn Shaver; daughters, Robin Lee Shaver and fiancé, Spencer Sullivan and Angela Christine Ballard and husband, Jerry Ballard; son, Mike Broyles; brother, Brent Shaver; 8 grandchildren, 5 great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews; and many loving friends.

SHIELD TOMMY

SHIELD

THOMAS

GRAVES

TOMMY

Drowned Aug 15, 1970 at Lake Weatherford. He was survived by his wife and 2 daughters.

SIMPSON GAY LYNN

SIMPSON

ATWELL

GAY

LYNN

GAY LYNN

Died Jun. 6, 2005 in Fort Worth.

SLATKIN RICHARD

SLATKIN

RICHARD

A

RICKIE

Private investigator slain in Benbrook on 10/1/2013.
http://blogs.star-telegram.com/crime_time/2013/10/private-investigator-slain-in-benbrook-police-trying-to-learn-motive.html

SMITH JAMES

SMITH

JAMES

DONALD

These comments are from Mike "Red" Young. "Guitarist from Ft. Worth and member of the popular high school band "The Committee" Smith died in 1985 of cancer (other members were Danny Hukill on drums, myself on piano and Ralph Goad on bass - we played the Candy Stick a Go Go, the Blue Cat across from Paschal and many other functions). He was also a member of the "Sundown Collection" and later on backed up Lloyd Price and then started his own band called the Cold Cuts. We had a couple of benenfits for him - one in Houston with Bonnie Raitt, Jimmy Vaughn and Kim Wilson (of the Fabulous Thunderbirds) and Delbert McClinton. I played on that one and then put together a benefit at the Caravan of Dreams with help from David Hickey (who still books Delbert). That one had my band, Red and the Red Hots with Delbert singing a couple of songs, the Juke Jumpers with special guest T-Bone Burnett and a few others whom I can't recall at this time. We raised enough money to cover all the hospital expenses and some left over which his wife started a Jimmy Don Smith scholarship which last time I talked to his wife had excess of $35,000 in it. One of my big memories was in 1982 when I was touring with Eric Burdon and Jimmy's band opened for us (with Freddie Cisneros) at the Agoura in Dallas."

STANDIFER, JR JAMES

STANDIFER JR

JAMES

WILLIAM

Died June 28, 1973 and buried and Greenwood Memorial Park, Fort Worth, TX.

STEVENSON LARRY

STEVENSON

LARRY

CECIL

Passed away at home from natural causes April 27, 2003 and is buried in Skyvue Memorial Garden. He was an artist, poet and amateur genealogist. As a long time member of Narcotics Anonymous, he helped countless suffering addicts find recovery and was a founding member of the Fort Worth Twenty-Four-Hour NA Group.

STOLTZ CAROL STOLTZ CONNER CAROL ANN   Found drowned in her hot tub on March 3, 2016.

TAYLOR VERNON

TAYLOR

VERNON

Passed away Nov. 19, 2002 in Twin Falls, ID

THOMPSON LEE THOMPSON   LEE MERRITT  
Lee Merritt Thompson, son of CDR Guy Merritt Thompson Jr (U.S. Navy, Ret.) and Rita-Marie Spaulding Thompson, died Tuesday, Feb 7, 2017, of heart disease, at his residence in Dallas. Born January 27, 1948, Lee grew up as a military child. He was born in Palo Alto, Calif., and attended schools in Rhode Island, Tenn., and Hawaii before moving to Fort Worth in 1959. There he graduated from Paschal High School, class of 1966, and Texas Christian University, class of 1970. He proudly served as an officer in the United States Air Force from 1970 to 1982, including a tour in Vietnam. After the Air Force, he worked for the Sewell Automotive Group in Dallas and held assorted positions in security. Survivors: Mother, Rita-Marie Thompson of Fort Myers, Fla.; sister and brother-in-law, Anne Peck and Ron Peck of Belleville, Ill.; and 13 cousins in the Fort Myers, Fla, area. Interment: Friday, Feb. 17, at Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery with his fellow veterans. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/dfw/obituary.aspx?n=lee-merritt-thompson&pid=184161742&#sthash.Z7pU0R4m.dpuf
Lee Merritt Thompson, son of CDR Guy Merritt Thompson Jr (U.S. Navy, Ret.) and Rita-Marie Spaulding Thompson, died Tuesday, Feb 7, 2017, of heart disease, at his residence in Dallas. Born January 27, 1948, Lee grew up as a military child. He was born in Palo Alto, Calif., and attended schools in Rhode Island, Tenn., and Hawaii before moving to Fort Worth in 1959. There he graduated from Paschal High School, class of 1966, and Texas Christian University, class of 1970. He proudly served as an officer in the United States Air Force from 1970 to 1982, including a tour in Vietnam. After the Air Force, he worked for the Sewell Automotive Group in Dallas and held assorted positions in security. Survivors: Mother, Rita-Marie Thompson of Fort Myers, Fla.; sister and brother-in-law, Anne Peck and Ron Peck of Belleville, Ill.; and 13 cousins in the Fort Myers, Fla, area. Interment: Friday, Feb. 17, at Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery with his fellow veterans. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/dfw/obituary.aspx?n=lee-merritt-thompson&pid=184161742&#sthash.Z7pU0R4m.dpuf
Lee Merritt Thompson, son of CDR Guy Merritt Thompson Jr (U.S. Navy, Ret.) and Rita-Marie Spaulding Thompson, died Tuesday, Feb 7, 2017, of heart disease, at his residence in Dallas. Born January 27, 1948, Lee grew up as a military child. He was born in Palo Alto, Calif., and attended schools in Rhode Island, Tenn., and Hawaii before moving to Fort Worth in 1959. There he graduated from Paschal High School, class of 1966, and Texas Christian University, class of 1970. He proudly served as an officer in the United States Air Force from 1970 to 1982, including a tour in Vietnam. After the Air Force, he worked for the Sewell Automotive Group in Dallas and held assorted positions in security. Survivors: Mother, Rita-Marie Thompson of Fort Myers, Fla.; sister and brother-in-law, Anne Peck and Ron Peck of Belleville, Ill.; and 13 cousins in the Fort Myers, Fla, area. Interment: Friday, Feb. 17, at Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery with his fellow veterans. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/dfw/obituary.aspx?n=lee-merritt-thompson&pid=184161742&#sthash.Z7pU0R4m.dpuf
Lee Merritt Thompson, son of CDR Guy Merritt Thompson Jr (U.S. Navy, Ret.) and Rita-Marie Spaulding Thompson, died Tuesday, Feb 7, 2017, of heart disease, at his residence in Dallas. Born January 27, 1948, Lee grew up as a military child. He was born in Palo Alto, Calif., and attended schools in Rhode Island, Tenn., and Hawaii before moving to Fort Worth in 1959. There he graduated from Paschal High School, class of 1966, and Texas Christian University, class of 1970. He proudly served as an officer in the United States Air Force from 1970 to 1982, including a tour in Vietnam. After the Air Force, he worked for the Sewell Automotive Group in Dallas and held assorted positions in security. Survivors: Mother, Rita-Marie Thompson of Fort Myers, Fla.; sister and brother-in-law, Anne Peck and Ron Peck of Belleville, Ill.; and 13 cousins in the Fort Myers, Fla, area. Interment: Friday, Feb. 17, at Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery with his fellow veterans. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/dfw/obituary.aspx?n=lee-merritt-thompson&pid=184161742&#sthash.Z7pU0R4m.dpuf
Lee Merritt Thompson, son of CDR Guy Merritt Thompson Jr (U.S. Navy, Ret.) and Rita-Marie Spaulding Thompson, died Tuesday, Feb 7, 2017, of heart disease, at his residence in Dallas. Born January 27, 1948, Lee grew up as a military child. He was born in Palo Alto, Calif., and attended schools in Rhode Island, Tenn., and Hawaii before moving to Fort Worth in 1959. There he graduated from Paschal High School, class of 1966, and Texas Christian University, class of 1970. He proudly served as an officer in the United States Air Force from 1970 to 1982, including a tour in Vietnam. After the Air Force, he worked for the Sewell Automotive Group in Dallas and held assorted positions in security. Survivors: Mother, Rita-Marie Thompson of Fort Myers, Fla.; sister and brother-in-law, Anne Peck and Ron Peck of Belleville, Ill.; and 13 cousins in the Fort Myers, Fla, area. Interment: Friday, Feb. 17, at Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery with his fellow veterans. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/dfw/obituary.aspx?n=lee-merritt-thompson&pid=184161742&#sthash.Z7pU0R4m.dpuf
Lee Merritt Thompson, son of CDR Guy Merritt Thompson Jr (U.S. Navy, Ret.) and Rita-Marie Spaulding Thompson, died Tuesday, Feb 7, 2017, of heart disease, at his residence in Dallas. Born January 27, 1948, Lee grew up as a military child. He was born in Palo Alto, Calif., and attended schools in Rhode Island, Tenn., and Hawaii before moving to Fort Worth in 1959. There he graduated from Paschal High School, class of 1966, and Texas Christian University, class of 1970. He proudly served as an officer in the United States Air Force from 1970 to 1982, including a tour in Vietnam. After the Air Force, he worked for the Sewell Automotive Group in Dallas and held assorted positions in security. Survivors: Mother, Rita-Marie Thompson of Fort Myers, Fla.; sister and brother-in-law, Anne Peck and Ron Peck of Belleville, Ill.; and 13 cousins in the Fort Myers, Fla, area. Interment: Friday, Feb. 17, at Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery with his fellow veterans. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/dfw/obituary.aspx?n=lee-merritt-thompson&pid=184161742&#sthash.Z7pU0R4m.dpuf

died Feb. 7, 2017 of heart disease at his residence in Dallas.  Graduated from TCU in 1970 and proudly served as an  officer in the United States Air Force until 1982, including a tour in Vietnam.  After the Air Force he worked for the Sewell Automotive Group in  Dallas and held assorted positions in security.  He is survived by his mother, Rita-Marie of Fort Myers, Fla. and former teacher at Paschal, a sister and brother-in-law, Anne Peck and Ron of Belleville, Ill, and 13 cousins in the Fort  Myers area.  He was interred at Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetary in Arlington with his fellow veterans.

TINER JOHN

TINER

JOHN

CLARY

Died June 1, 1985 in Fort Worth and buried in Oakwood Cemetery.

TRIPLETT ELLEN

TRIPLETT

SELL

ELLEN

Passed away Sept. 28, 2008 in Farmers Branch, TX and buried in Restland Cemetery. Ellen received her BS in Home Ecconomics from Texas Tech University and retired after 37 years as a flight attendant with American Airlines.

UNANGST GAIL

UNANGST

BEGLEY

GAIL

JOYCE

Died 1/28/2015 in Oswego, Illinois. She is survived by two sons, Mark Begley of Germany and Ryan (Ailene) Begley of Lacey, Wash.; two daughters, Shay (Ken) Jacobson of Virginia Beach, Va., and Stephanie (Matt) Restelli of Oswego; a brother, Guy Unangst of Jacosonville, Fla.; and seven grandchildren, Kayla, Tristan and Steffi Begley, Justin Begley, Charlotte Jacobson and Vienna and Gianna Restelli.
Deceased are her husband, Charlie Begley, and a brother, John Unangst. Thanks to Gloria Pine Hall for this.

VAN DYKE KAY

VAN DYKE

MURPHY

KAY

ELLEN

Kay passed away Jan. 17, 2011 in Austin, TX. She was survived by her husband, 3 children, 6 grandchildren, her mother, Pat and her brother, Eddie.

WALKER WILLIAM

WALKER

WILLIAM

CRIEG

Died after a short illness Mar. 22, 2005 in Port Arthur, TX and was buried in either Oak Bluff Memorial Park, Port Neches, TX or Granbury Cemetery, Granbury, TX. He was a Marine and veteran of the Viet Nam War. He was a grain elevator supervisor.

WALTERS RICK

WALTERS

RICHARD

EUGENE

Cynthia Walters mailed stating Richard is deceased.

WILBANKS TIMOTHY

WILBANKS

TIMOTHY

TIM

Marine Lance Corporal Killed in Vietnam War August 4, 1968 from friendly fire.

WILKERSON BONNIE

WILKERSON

BONNIE

CAROL

Passed away at her home in Austin from complications of cancer.

WITTENEBEN ALBERT

WITTENEBEN

ALBERT

REED

Passed away Nov. 24, 2002. He was a family doctor in Edna, TX since 1989. Survivors were his wife, son, Sean, daughter, Colleen, sister, Carol and a grandson.

WILSON JOHN WILSON   JOHN THOMAS SONNY John "Sonny" Thomas Wilson 111 of Fort Worth, TX passed away on Friday September 16th in his home at the age of 68. John was reared in the TCU area, and was saved and baptized at Travis Ave. Baptist Church as a youth. John graduated from Pascal High School in 1966 and went on to earn his B.B.A. in business and math at TWC and his undergraduate at the University of LaVerne in LaVerne, CA. with a Master of Management. He worked in major hospitals in the Ft. Worth area and in California for a few years installing computers and linking them all together. He later went to work in the Aerospace Industry for Lockheed Martin until he retired in 2008. John’s hobbies included hunting, fishing, golf, shooting pool and trading camera equipment. He did all things well, i.e. shooting pool, playing golf etc. John was very competitive and put a lot of time, effort and practice into his hobbies and his work. John loved Christmas, giving gifts to his abundant family of nephews and nieces. In a nutshell, John enjoyed people and living life.
YANDELL DONNIE YANDELL   DONNIE RAY   Donnie served in the US Army where he received a Purple Heart in the Vietnam War. He was married to Karen Evans.
Interment: DFW National Cemetery in Arlington.