Grandsons, Steven Mallette, Rocky Mallette and Cash Hicks; Granddaughter, Morgan Elliott; Great-grandson, Jordan Mallette; Sister-in-Law, Paula Smelly and husband, Kenneth: Brother-in-Law, Roland and wife, Virginia; Son-in-Law, Rob Mallette; A sister, and numerous nephews, nieces, great nephews and nieces.
Mike spent most of his life working for himself. He had several snow cones stands and most recently operated Mikes Barbeque in Haltom City. He enjoyed anything that allowed him to meet people and his larger than life personality made him a success.
Mike was loving and loyal to his friends and family. He made sure they all knew they were loved and ALWAYS kept us laughing. In fact, it is nearly impossible to think of him and not at least smile.
Mike will be greatly missed by all that knew and loved him. However, he would not want us to cry when we think of him, instead he would want us to be happy when we remember the times we had and how he was never ashamed or apologetic for his silliness. He was one of a kind and would be honored if we all would think of him every day and smile.
Sharon is preceded in death by husband, Tommy Wilson; mother, Mina Russell and father, George Russell.
She is survived by her loving children, Sherry Edwards (Clint), Sabra Perez (Evan) and Murrell “TJ” Wilson Jr; grandchildren, Stephanie Norrell, Shelly Norrell, Shayna Norrell, Emerson Edwards, Murrell “Tre” Wilson III, Andrew Perez and Mason Wilson; great grandchildren, Madysen, Analise, Thomas, Aubrey, Junior, Michael, Marlee and Molly; brother, Gary Russell (Jeannie); cousins, Linda Haley and Mike Haley and nieces, nephews and a host of many friends.
A special thank you to Amanda Sexton and John Crowe for caring for Sharon in her final days.
Michael was born on May 20, 1979. He was raised in Richland Hills and was loved by many. Mike was an exceptional young man with a heart of gold. In 2014 he was diagnosed with cancer, which he fought hard till the end. He was a true fighter, Michael loved to go fishing, which he called his therapy.
His passion was animals, he began to rescue dogs and studied their behaviors where he shared his knowledge with his family and friends, and if he could, he would have saved all the animals he could. Michael’s love for music was one of a kind. He would relate to the music he listened to. There was never a dull moment around him. Throughout his pain he always made others smile and laugh at his famous Facebook posts. God called his beautiful angel home where there is no more pain and no more fear.
A memorial service will be held, Thursday, December 28, 2017 at 3pm at Bear Valley Community Church, 7900 Precinct Line Rd., Colleyville, TX 76034.
Michael is survived by his loving wife, Krystine; children, Aaron and Payton of Fort Worth, Tina, Lillian and Kaitlyn of Fort Worth; his loving mother, Linda Blackwood of Fort Worth; father, David Farr of Fort Worth; sisters, Stacy Farr of Fort Worth, Amy and Becky of Kansas and Missy of Oklahoma; brothers, DJ Farr, Johnathan Elison, Shane and Shawn Wilson all of Fort Worth and Gerald Spears of Kansas and many loving aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.
Kimberly Denene Carrington, age 51, passed of a worn-out, much used heart.
She born in Fort Worth, Texas on July 18, 1966 and went home to be with her Mama and Daddy on December 21, 2017.
There will be a gathering at Augie’s Sunset Café, 6172 Park Rd , Fort Worth, 76135 at 3 p.m. Friday, December 29, 2017 for all her family and friends to celebrate her life.
Kimberly "Kimmie" was a fiery red head Always with some master plan to Always get what she wanted and needed in life. She enjoyed riding motorcycles, outdoors, dancing and singing and mostly being a Nonnie to her grandbabies. Although, we all came second to her favorite baby "Taco" her dog. Whom, she is now reunited with as well.
Her absence will ache in the hearts of her daughter, Amber Carrington-Portales and husband Terry; Sons, Jerry Carrington, Richard Carrington with wife, Sommer, Erik Wheeler and Jon Smith; grandbabies, Destiny, Jason, Stockton, Evan, Boden, Leila, Christian and Maverick will miss their Nonnie dearly; sisters, Josette Davis and Tammy Tucker have comfort knowing she's with their parents in heaven.
With our deepest gratitude, she was lovingly and respectfully cared for by Dr. IRA Epstein and, in her final months by the wonderful staff of North Hills and Harris Hospital.
It's hard to forget someone who gave us so much to remember.
Roger D. Johnson Jr.