Teresa Kathleen “Kathy” Tobias, age 61, passed away peacefully on October 1, 2020 at John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth.
Memorial Service: 5:45 pm Thursday, October 22, 2020 at One Faith Church, 1200 Roberts Cutt Off Rd., River Oaks, Tx 76114.
Kathy was born in Fort Worth and lived most of her life there. At a very young age, Kathy learned to maintain the household and care for her siblings, as her mother worked full-time. Once she was of age, she entered the workforce and worked most of her life in communications. Kathy was strong and kind-hearted. She was always full of love, kindness, generosity, and laughter. She had many stories to tell and lessons to teach. She found the most joy in helping others, and in being a grandmother.
Kathy was survived by her mother, Teresa C. Vela; her only son, Richard Tobias; her grandson, Samuel Elijah Tobias; her siblings, Isabel Brickey, Antonio Ramirez, Ruben Ramirez, Steve Ramirez, Madeline M. Vela, Mary Jane Lopez, Adam Valdez Jr., and Ruby Ann Valdez. She is preceded in death by her siblings Samuel Ramirez, Jesse Leonard Ramirez, and Paul Martinez.
Sammie Lee Thomason, 93 years old, passed away peacefully on October 14, 2020. Born in Saginaw, Texas to Raleigh & Ruby Thomason on October 1, 1927, he lived his life on Northside of Fort Worth where he bought and sold livestock in the old Cow-Town Stockyards. He rode a horse down Main St. when it was a dirt road.
He was a professional horse trainer and raced his own horses. His horse, Lampass Kidd, won the Delta Downs on December 18, 1993. Sam also won an $8,000 Purse for his horse, Miss Millie on April 20, 1978. His greatest winning horse race was for a horse named, “Come-on-Jeannie” named after his wife, Jean.
He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Married for 51 years, his wife, Jean passed away in 2014. He is survived by two sisters, Helen and Kay; a daughter, Kathy; two granddaughters, Raquel and Rebecca; five great grandchildren, Gavin, Savanah, Wesley, Cody and Katelyn as well as cousins, Ronnie & Maria and Donnie & Debbie; nieces, Kandiss and Carla.
Sam’s remaining special friends are Henry & Pat Withee and Mike Crow and wife.
A memorial service will take place on Saturday, November 14, 2020 at 12 noon at Saginaw Park Baptist Church, 512 S Blue Mound Rd., Fort Worth, Tx 76131; Pastor Dennis Hudson officiating.
Heather Hydrick, 36, of Arlington Tx closed her eyes to rest on Monday, October 5, 2020.
Service: 11:00 am Friday, October 9, 2020 at Feragne Villa, 755 Mid Cities Blvd., Hurst, 76054 family will welcome guests at 10:30 am prior to service.
Heather was a beautiful, amazing person. Her silliness and smile were contagious. If Heather was around, you knew there would be fun and laughter. She had a free spirit and always tried to see the good in people. To say that we are devastated is an understatement. There will not be a day that we don't think of her and miss her, until we are also called home. Get some rest now sweet sister. We are not saying goodbye, we are saying see you later for now.
She leaves behind three of the most amazingly, beautiful little girls; Aunica (14), Ariyana (2), and Aniya (1), nieces and nephews that loved her so much; Marcus, Jacob, Allison, Angelica, Alyssa, Joseph, Anthony, Emma, Logan, Jessica, Jackie, and several other little nieces. She is also survived by eight and a half siblings and their partners; Zenon (Angel), Devin (Joe), Benjamin (Ashleigh), Phanessa, Bubba (Lisa), Brianne (Alex), Steven, Jesse, and Krystal (Steven) who is actually a cousin but more like a sister. Let's not forget Mike Jones (who?). Honorary mention to Brandy who grew up close to Heather and the family, as well as Krystal, Cynthia, and Big Red who were the soul sisters of her life. Also left behind is Shirley Murrah (Grandma), Bruce (StepDad), Ray (special father figure), and lastly, her mother Dawn Samo who was her savior. Heather loved her mother down to the deepest part of her soul and knows that she would move the stars for her.
Heather is proceeded in death by her father Leman "Bud" Hydrick; her Godmother Sandra King; Aunt Pamela Murrah; and Uncle James Murrah.
We would like to give special thanks to Nicole, she knows why... Huge Thank You!
Sherri Cox Adkins passed away on October 3, 2020 at the age of 58. She left us too soon but we know she is now without pain and resting in peace. A memorial service will take place on Saturday, October 10th at 2 PM at Central Baptist Church, 1120 Central Drive, Bedford, TX 76022.
Sherri was born September 24, 1962 in Wichita Falls, Texas. She was raised by loving parents Janice and Tony Atencio. As a child the family moved to Bedford, Texas and she would live in the Fort Worth area her entire life. She attended Trinity High School in Euless. Sherri was a kind and caring person and loved her family and friends, especially her sons Michael and Cody, with all her heart. Her smile and and laugh will be missed by all.
She is preceded in death by father Tony Atencio and sisters Ava Robinson and Pamela Welch.
Sherri is survived by her two sons, Michal Dyer and Cody Dyer, two granddaughters Mackenzie and Serenity, her mother Janice Atencio, sisters Janet Jankowski, Cindy Bethea, Tina Ferguson, loving cousins, nieces and nephews, and many friends.
Sherri was a fighter and bravely battled many illnesses over the last 10 years. God bless her sweet soul and may she Rest In Peace.