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.
Ted Eugene Nolen was called home to our Lord on Tuesday, September 7th after a long battle with sickness. Ted was born March 15th, 1952 in Fort Worth Texas. He grew up in Fort Worth graduating high school from Carter Riverside. He went on to Abilene Christian University and graduated with a Mass Communications Major in 1975. He returned to Fort Worth and met his devoted wife, Sharon. They were married on October 9th, 1982 and have shared many beautiful years together. He had several jobs through the years, but spent most of his time with Global editing airplane manuals. Setting aside his dreams of owning his own radio station, he became a stay-at-home dad to their two kids Michael and Catie to whom he passed on his love of music. He made sure he was always there to cheer on his favorite baseball star and soccer team every chance he had. His sarcasm, quick wit, and humor were a gift to the world and will be profoundly missed by those who were lucky enough to know him.
He is preceded in death by his parents, Elmo and Vinetta Nolen and brother Tom Nolen. He is survived by wife Sharon; son, Michael; daughter, Catie (Marshal); grandchildren, Rory and Luke; life-long friend, Jim Fulbright; Brother-in-Law, Jerry Burns and nephew, Jeff Burns as well as numerous cousins.
In lieu of flowers, Ted would prefer donations to be made to Christian Homes & family Services, 1202 Estates Drive, Abilene, 79602 in memory of Ted Nolen.
Services will be 11:00am Saturday, September 11, 2021 at Bridgewood Church of Christ, 6516 Brentwood Stair Rd., Fort Worth 76112 and family will welcome guests 10:00 am prior to service.
Kenneth Alton Webb, age 95 years, passed away on Sunday, August 22, 2021 in the comfort of his daughters home in Euless Texas. Kenneth was born in Frisco, Texas on November 2, 1925 to James Dill Webb and Sybil Helen Shepard. At the young age of 18 years, Kenneth served in the United States Army in WWII, most notably, in the Battle of the Bulge. Soon after, he married the love of his life Neva Joy Gaston on June 16, 1948 at the First Methodist Church in Farmersville, Texas. Kenneth worked for Skillern's Drug, managing several of its individual stores during his 35 years. He and his wife Joy are survived by their four children, Linda Strahan, Ricky Webb, Wanda and her husband, Dennis Hadden and Jimmy Webb. Kenneth was preceded in death by his mother, father, brother and two sisters. Kenneth was a loving husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and great great grandfather known by most as "Papaw". He leaves behind a legacy of four children, 5 grandchildren, 12 great grandchildren, four great great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, sister-in-law, Laura Hodges, brother-in-law, Gary Huth and lovable dogs, Cookie, Scout and Oprah. Kenneth certainly lived his life to the fullest and he never met a stranger. He will be missed by so many.
Kenneth‘s funeral service will be held on Tuesday, September 7th from 10am to noon at Feragne Villa event venue, 755 Mid Cities Blvd. Hurst, TX 76954 with food and fellowship to follow. His burial will take place at the DFW National Cemetery at 1:30pm, 2000 Mountain Creek Parkway, Dallas, TX 75211. In Lieu of flowers, please consider donating to the ASPCA in Kenneth‘s name for he loved animals and had a heart for every furry creature he met.