Ruben Sanchez Flores, passed away Friday, October 8, 2021 at the age of 61. He leaves behind to cherish his memory, beloved wife, Mary Flores; parents, Robert and Dolores Flores; brothers, Robert Flores Jr and Luis Flores; sisters, Sylvia Flores, Virginia Cisneros and Rosie Turpin; children, Rosie Lopez, Rebecca Puentes, Ruben Flores Jr., Noel Avitia and Armando Medllin; grandchildren, Sage, Felix, Desirae, Alex, Amanda, Jesse Jr, Austin, Chris, Micklo, Sam and Breanna; great grandchild, Brynlee.
Family will welcome guest to gather and celebrate his life at Feragne Villa, 755 Midcities Blvd., Hurst, Tx 76054 at 11:00 am on Monday, October 18, 2021.
Karen Ann Newman-Williams, 64 went to be with the lord Monday, October 11, 2021.
Karen was born October 29, 1956 in Fort Worth, TX to John W and Epha B Newman. Karen graduated from Richland High School. She was a truck driver for 27 yrs. She loved her family and animals.
She was preceded in death by her father, John William Newman and her mother, Epha Bonita Newman and husband, Richard Williams.
She is survived by her children, son, Darren Lewis; daughter Angela Walker (Michael); grandchildren, Justin Newman (Jazznelle), Vanessa Miller, De’Von Walker; six great grandchildren; half sister, LaVonne Nowlin and one niece.
Laura C. Taylor was born September 5, 1959 in Las Vegas, Nevada and passed away on Monday, September 27, 2021 in North Richland Hills at the age of 62. She will be deeply missed.
Bonifiacia “Bonnie” Cardenas was born August 10, 1965 of Abernathy, Texas went home to be with Jesus on September 14, 2021 at the age of 56.
Bonnie was predeceased by her parents, Rodolfo and Manuela Cardenas and four brothers. She is survived by her five sisters, Yolanda Moreno, Juanita Flores, Rosario Peddie, Amelia Anguiano and Linda Duran; her three children, Roland Cardenas, Robert Munoz and Natalia Munoz and her twelve grandchildren.
A memorial service will take place on Friday, October 8, 2021 at The Link Event Center, 6750 Baker Blvd., Richland Hills, 76118 at 6:00pm.
Nació el 13 de Junio de 1984 en Comonfort, Guanajuato. Creció en su querido pueblo Jalpilla hasta que de joven emigró hacia los Estados Unidos y vivió en Texas hasta su partida el 28 de Septiembre del 2021 después de perder una gran batalla contra el COVID.
Conocido como “ Toño” por su familia y amigos,se le recordará como un gran hijo,hermano, primo, amigo y trabajador. Siempre fue honesto, bondadoso y de buen corazón . El siempre pensó en los demás antes que en sí mismo . Se le agradece a Dios por darnos a un ser hermoso como Jose Antonio por 37 años y sabemos que ahora es un Ángel que continuará cuidando a su familia. Deja a sus papás Jose Reyes y Marciala , hermano Javier, hermanas Elvia, Janet y Diana. A todos su sobrino y sobrinas que siempre amó: Javier, Melissa, Sofia, Ayleen, Kamila, Kimberly y Dalia.
Nadie muere mientras permanece vivo en nuestro corazón.
Misa, martes, 5 de Octubre de 2021, St. John The Apostle Catholic Church, 7341 Glenview Drive, North Richland Hills, Texas 76180. Entierro, Oakwood Cemetery, Fort Worth, Texas. Rosario, lunes, 4 de Octubre de 2021, St. John The Apostle Catholic Church.
Charlene Deborah Rodriguez-Mejia, 57, of Fort Worth, Texas passed away peacefully on September 24, 2021 surrounded by her family, and loved ones. Debbie was born in New Braunfels, Texas, but grew up in many places being a Navy dependent. Debbie worked at Children’s Hospital in Washington DC and at Cooks Children Hospital in Fort Worth, TX, where she enjoyed caring for children. She loved traveling, spending time with family, friends, taking pictures and music. She will be forever loved and forever missed.
Debbie was predeceased by her dad, Carlos Rodriguez. She is survived by her loving husband, Carlos Mejia; son, Carlos; grandson, Robert; mom, Carrie Rodriguez; sisters, Christine and Melissa and numerous nieces, nephew, cousins, uncles, and aunts. We request all of Debbie’s loved ones to join in celebrating her life on October 1st, at North Point Church, 933 Ranch Road, Fort Worth, TX 76131. Visitation will take place from 10:00 am to 11:00 am, Service will be from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm, and Reception from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm, at the American Legion Post 569, 400 W Felix Street, Fort Worth, TX 76115.
Gary Alvin Demmin age, 77, born March 13, 1944 & passed September 17, 2021. Linda Louise Demmin age, 77, born February 22, 1944 passed September 18, 2021.
A love story 54 years in the making. Heaven has gained two of the most beautiful angels. 17 hours after his death Gary took his wife's hand and said "Linda it's time to start our eternal journey. "
Gary grew up in Peoria Illinois and graduated from Peoria High School in 1963. In 1964 he joined the US Air Force retiring in 1988. Linda and Gary were married August 23rd 1967. After retiring from the Air Force, they moved to Fort Worth in June of 1988 where he worked for the FAA. Linda grew up in Stateline Mississippi and graduated from Stateline High School in 1963. Linda was a homemaker and babysitter. She enjoyed drawing and sewing and her daughters never had a store-bought costume or birthday cake!
They were amazing parents and grandparents and will be missed beyond measure.
They are preceded in death by parents Alvin and Laverne Demmin and Locking and Thelma Lucas and great-grandson Benjamin Meredith, Linda's sister Jeanette Alexander and their brother-in-law Rox Bucklin.
They are survived by daughters Kristy Demmin(Jimmy Carter) and Casey Demmin. Grandchildren Michael (Chaney) Meredith, Scott Meredith, Clay Demmin and Rachael Demmin. Great grandchildren Kylie Meredith and Gray Meredith. Sisters Mardell Bucklin and Thelma Ruth Lucas and brother T.J. (Patsy) Lucas. Nieces and nephews Rick (Wendy)Bucklin, Brad (Kathy)Bucklin, Debbie Moss (Gary)Jones, Todd Lucas and many great nieces and nephews.
A celebration of life will be held in Fort Worth Texas at a later date. A funeral will be held in Peoria Illinois at a later date.
Richard Anthony Mariano, 64, of Fort Worth Preceded his wife in death from COVID-19 on March 2, 2021. Richard was born March 17, 1956 in Prospect Park Pennsylvania. Rick was survived by his wife of 29 years Carol Mariano who also lost her battle with COVID-19 two hours later they were survive by six children, Melissa Chattin of Pennsylvania, Max Mariano (Erin) of Pennsylvania, Bianca Sentena (1978-1997) Yvonne Morgan (Blake) of Fort Worth, Jessica Mariano of Michigan and Jacob Mariano (Courtney) of Kansas. He was also papa to his grandchildren, Daphane, Ewan and Elecktra Chattin, Evan and Mason Mariano, Ivan Maysonet, Harley Morgan, and Jakob, Braden, and Bianca Barrow. Retired air traffic controller of 25 years he enjoyed many hobbies including model cars and let’s not forget his mopar muscle cars! He touched many lives and will greatly be missed.
A memorial service will take place for both Richard & Carol at 2:00 pm Saturday on October 2, 2021 at Bridgewood Church of Christ, 6516 Brentwood Stair Rd, Fort Worth, Tx 76112.
Grand Prairie, TX: Mack L. Kincer SR. passed away peacefully in the presence of his wife and children Monday September 20 , 2021 at Baylor Scott and White.
Funeral: Friday 2p.m. September 24, 2021. Visitation: Friday 1p.m. September 24, 2021 at Pioneer Drive Baptist Church 4034 W. Pioneer Dr. Irving, TX 75061. Burial will be at a later date at Oak Grove Cemetery Irving, TX.
Mack was born August 11,1936 in Crawford, TX. During his earthly journey, he was many things to many people. Husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother, uncle, son, mentor and many more things to many more people. But most importantly he was, and still is a Christian, a child and a servant of God.
He loved God, he loved to serve God, and he loved his church. Mack served as Chairman of the Deacon Board at Pioneer Drive Baptist Church for many years. He taught Sunday School and was a member of the church choir where he loved to sing praises to God. He served in a music ministry for the elderly where he would go once a week and minister through music. Mack also had a love for people and a concern for their eternal salvation.
On the path of his journey home, he left many positive and Spiritual gifts to those he encountered. To his family, he left a wealth that cannot be measured. From companionship, love, understanding, moral and ethical virtue, and spiritual guidance beyond even our comprehension. As of now, only Heaven knows the extent of the lives that were touched by Mack.
We as family, and fellow servants of our Lord and Savior, will miss the earthly presence of Mack Kincer. But the love and gifts he left each of us will be treasured in our hearts daily. We celebrate the peace that he knew on earth through our Lord and Savior, and only try to imagine the peace which is his in the presence of Christ Jesus our Lord and Savior. We know Mack is singing praises before Him.
He served his country in the USAF, attended Baylor University for 2 years. He retired from Darr Equipment. He loved to sing and share music with others.
He is predeceased in death by wife Joann Kincer, Mack Kincer JR. Michael Sandlin, Michelle Sandlin, and Shane Suess.
He is survived by his wife Naomi Kincer children: Vickie and Rusty Dawson, Brenda Kincer, Pam Young, Debbie Summers, Lisa Sandlin, Keith and Stacy Kincer, Billy and Beckie Ballard and Anthony and Tracie Sandlin, 20 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great grandchild
Sister Delorous Robertson, brothers Bill and Georgia Kincer, and Steve and Debbie Kincer.