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Aaron Beltram

Mar 02, 1927 - Dec 01, 2023

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FORT WORTH, TX

FORT WORTH - Aaron Paul Beltram, 96, went home to his heavenly Father Friday, Dec. 1, 2023. He was born March 2, 1927, in Rockdale, Texas to Jesse and Laura Carrera Beltram. He was a member of River Oaks Baptist Church led by Pastor Lee Fuller. When River Oaks Baptist Church closed, he then faithfully sent his tithe to Citylight Fort Worth (Connell Baptist Church). He enjoyed reading his Bible daily, singing hymns, and listening to David Jeremiah on TV. Aaron attended Diamond Hill High School. H...Read More

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Clara Isabel Spangler

Feb 08, 1932 - Feb 26, 2024

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Fort Worth, TX

Clara Isabel Spangler, better known as “Mimi” to those who loved her, was born on February 8th, 1932, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, to Macklyn Nesbitt and to Helena Maupin, and passed away on February 26th, 2024, in Fort Worth, Texas, at the age of 92 years old. Clara was an amazing person who excelled at everything she did. She worked as a Secretary, Insurance Adjuster, Bonds Claim Manager and Assistant Vice President. Mimi was fun, loving, kind and will be greatly missed by those who knew and loved her. She was a devote Catholic. She enjoyed golf, bowling, gambling and a nice glass of wine. Clara is preceded in death by her daughter, Nancy Spangler, sisters, Patricia Randall, Nancy Walker, Sweet Pea Nesbitt, and Marilyn Nesbitt, brother, Micheal Nesbitt, and grandchild, Amanda Brown. Clara is survived by her son, James Spangler, daughters, Marilyn Hughes, Georgia Brown, Janice Stevens, and Marianne Tinberg, brother, Steven Nesbitt, and sister, Georgie Knox. A private graveside burial is planned for March 15th, 2024, at 2:00 PM, at Mt. Moriah Cemetery. The address is as follows: 10507 Holmes Road, Kansas City, Missouri 64131.

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Sharon June Duncan

Sep 24, 1946 - Mar 01, 2024

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Fort Worth, TX

"Sharon June Duncan, 77, of Fort Worth, Texas passed away on March 1, 2024 Sharon was born September 24, 1946 to William Claude Parker and Iva Ruth Gibbs-Parker in Clarendon, Texas. Sharon graduated from Tascosa High and attended West Texas State. During her life, Sharon enjoyed sewing, arts \u0026amp; crafts, and bargain hunting. Preceded in death by father William Claude Parker, Mother Iva Ruth Gibbs Parker, brother Richard Parker, sister-in-law, Edith Parker. Survived by Husband, Kennth Duncan; son, Richard Duncan (Wife, Mindy Duncan); Grandchildren, Kyle Duncan \u0026amp; Kynleigh Duncan; Brother, Marvin Parker (Wife, Neva Parker); numerous nieces and nephews."

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Leonel Herrera

Died : Feb 27, 2024

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Fort Worth, TX

"Leonel Herrera, de 25 años, de Fort Worth, TX, falleció el 27 de Febrero de 2024. La familia Addison y el personal de Magnolia Funeral Home extienden sus condolencias a la familia y amigos de Leonel durante este momento difícil."

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Richard Carrol Stave

May 07, 1960 - Mar 01, 2024

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Fort Worth, TX

Richard “Rick” Carrol Stave, 63, beloved husband, father, son, and grandfather, of Granbury, Texas, passed away late Friday evening, March 1, 2024 in Fort Worth.A memorial service celebrating his life will be held at 10 A.M., on Saturday, March 9, 2024, at the Wiley Funeral Home, 400 Highway 377 East, in Granbury. Burial will be private.Rick was born on May 7, 1960, in Golden Valley, Minnesota, to Carrol and Barbara Stave. Rick married Rhonda Kubicek on Valentine’s Day 2007. He enjoyed Harley Davidson Motorcycles, singing, playing his guitar, and following his Colorado and Texas sports teams. A Master Electrician, Rick founded and owned his own business, RCS Electric Inc., in 2005, in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Recently, Rick was the Chief Electrical Inspector for the City of Granbury. He thoroughly enjoyed his profession and loved the people he worked with. Most of all, Rick will be remembered for his strong Christian faith and for the love and devotion he had for his wife and children – whom he adored.Rick is survived by his wife, Rhonda; his children, Brett Stave, Ken (Morgan) Stave, and Nick Stave, Bethany (Jonathan) Jewell and Brandon (Erinn) Begier; his grandchildren, Olive, Cali, Carter, Kennedy, Kessley, Zoey, Ryan, Paisley, and Mesa; his mother, Barbara Stave; sister, Shelley (Guy) Bergstraser; brother, Doug (Elaine) Stave; by his niece and nephew; and by his in-laws, Frankie and Carole Kubicek.Rick was preceded in death by his father, Carrol Stave and by his sons, John and Kevin Stave.

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Elda Isabel Cruz-Fretts

Oct 19, 1974 - Mar 01, 2024

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Fort Worth, TX

Elda Isabel Cruz-Fretts, aged 49, became a beautiful butterfly on Friday, March 1, 2024.Born on October 19, 1974, in Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico, Elda was a natural dancer, and music flowed through her veins. She brought rhythm and harmony into the lives of those around her, making every moment a celebration.She embodied the essence of life, laughter, and unconditional love to all fortunate enough to be a part of her family and circle of friends. Her kind and selfless nature, coupled with a heart generously given, made her a beacon of warmth and compassion. Elda had an unwavering passion for helping others, leaving an everlasting mark on the lives she touched.Elda is survived by her loving parents, Father, Carlos Cruz Cruz and Mother, Zoraida Fretts Figueroa; husband, Miguel Hernandez Hernandez; her beloved children, Daeliz Hernandez Cruz, Andres Hernandez Cruz, and Kareliz Hernandez Cruz; her siblings, Rosa Isabel Cruz-Fretts, Martha Zoraida Cruz-Fretts, and Jean Carlos Lopez Cruz; and her adored grandson, Andres Hernandez Cruz Jr, affectionately known as "AJ."Her passing leaves a profound void in the lives of many family members and friends who were touched by her kindness and love. Elda's memory will forever be engraved in our hearts, and her legacy of love, kindness, and joy will forever resonate in our hearts._________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Elda Isabel Cruz-Fretts, de 49 años de edad, se convirtió en una hermosa mariposa el viernes, 1 de marzo de 2024.Nacida el 19 de octubre de 1974 en Río Piedras, Puerto Rico. Elda era una bailarina por naturaleza y la música fluía por sus venas. Ella trajo ritmo y armonía a las vidas de quienes las rodeaba, haciendo de cada momento una celebración.Elda vivió la esencia de la vida, la risa y el amor incondicional para todos los afortunados de ser parte de su familia y círculo de amigos. Su naturaleza amable y desinteresada, junto con su corazón generosamente entregado, la convirtieron en un faro de calidez y compasión. Elda tenía una pasión inquebrantable por ayudar a los demás dejando una huella eterna en la vida de todos aquellos que la conocieron.A Elda le sobreviven sus amados padres, padre, Carlos Cruz-Cruz (el viejito) y madre, Zoraida Fretts Figueroa; su esposo, Miguel Hernández Hernández; sus queridos hijos Daeliz Hernández-Cruz, Andrés Hernández-Cruz, Kareliz Hernández-Cruz; sus hermanos Rosa Cruz-Fretts, Marta Cruz-Fretts, y Jean Carlos López-Cruz; y su adorado nieto, Andrés Hernández-Cruz Jr., conocido cariñosamente como "AJ".Su fallecimiento deja un profundo vacío en la vida de muchos familiares y amigos que fueron conmovidos por su amabilidad y amor. El recuerdo de Elda quedará grabado para siempre en nuestros corazones y su legado de amor, bondad y alegría estará para siempre en nuestras mentes y corazones.

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Eufemia Perez

Nov 15, 1937 - Feb 27, 2024

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Fort Worth, TX

Fort Worth, Texas - Eufemia Perez, 86, was called home on February 27, 2024. Funeral: 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 6, 2024 in Mount Olivet Chapel. Interment: Mount Olivet Cemetery. Rosary: 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, March 5, 2024 in the Chapel. Eufemia, lovingly known to many was "Wella", was born November 15, 1937 to Luiz and Inez Gonzalez in Dilley, TX. Wella was a devoted matriarch who loved mariachi music, flowers, nopales and feeding her chickens. She could often be found sitting out on her porch, watching novelas or watching westerns. She displayed her love through feeding anyone who came over. She is preceded in death by her parents; husband, Tomas Perez Sr.; two sons, Jose Luis Perez and Hiraclio Perez; and her grandson, Elisandro Villicana. She is survived by her children, Rosita Rodriguez, Paula Marciel, Tomas Perez, Marisela Villicana, Mary Martha Vargas, George Perez, Alejos Perez, Rogelio Perez and Mary Lou Perez; grandchildren, Manuel Rodriguez Jr., Juan Rodriguez, Micaela Lozano, Jesus Vasquez, Sabino Vasquez Jr., Hugo Vargas, Daniel Vargas, Amanda Jeffery, David Vargas, Julian Vargas, Enrique Villicana, Emiliano Villicana, Ezekiel Villicana, Tiffany Perez, Joe Perez, Ambrosia Godfrey, Becky Perez, Veronica Perez, Roy Perez, Miriam Ramirez, Mark Lopez, Esmeralda Lopez, PFC Manuel Perez and Lydia Perez; great-grandchildren, Karissa Rodriguez, Valerie Rodriguez, Adrian Rodriguez, Tabitha Rodriguez, Sofia Lozano, Maya Lozano, Natalie Jeffery, Elvira Jeffery, Eufemia Lydy, Natalie Alcox, Rosalina Perez, Dolores Godfrey, PV2 Tomas Perez, PVT Marco Perez, Avelina Perez, Miggie Ramirez, Jose Gutierrez Jr., Mark Gutierrez, Nicolas Gutierrez, Esperanza Gutierrez, Lilly Gutierrez and Isais Gutierrez; and great-great-grandchildren, Ian Rodriguez, Adian Rodriguez, Jose Mateo Castaneda, Baby Girl Castaneda and Marco Perez Jr.

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Jorge Reyes

Oct 19, 1955 - Feb 29, 2024

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Fort Worth, TX

FORT WORTH - Jorge Reyes, 68, passed away Thursday, February 29, 2024. He was born in Suchi Durango, Mexico. October 19, 1955. Funeral Service: 12:00 PM Thursday, March 7, 2024 in Live Oak Chapel at Greenwood. Interment: Greenwood Memorial Park. Rosary: 6:00 - 8:00 PM Wednesday, March 6, 2024 in Greenwood Funeral Home, 3344 White Settlement, Memorial Suite C-D. Jorge lived in Mexico City, Mexico for 3 years before moving to Fort Worth, TX. Where he lived permanently. He was a member of Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church for over 35 years. He was very strong in his faith. Jorge Reyes worked for Rodriguez Foods for 16 years before the company shut down. He then went on to work for Trinity Industries for 5 years. He had a strong work ethic and enjoyed going to work. He was a big fan of baseball. He was especially fond of the Texas Rangers. The excitement he had when the Rangers won the World Series meant a lot to him. He had picked up a new hobby in going to the shooting range with his son-in-law to shoot their collection of guns. Jorge was happiest when he was around his family and friends. He loved to work on projects and build new things all while listening to good music. He is survived by his wife of 42 years Maria Gerarda Reyes; daughter, Kathy Gutierrez; son-in-law Junior Gutierrez; granddaughter, Calliope Sofia Gutierrez.

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Sarah Tarley

Jan 01, 1944 - Jan 03, 2024

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Fort Worth, TX

?Sarah Tarley 80, passed away January 3, 2024. She was born January 1, 1944 and raised in Yekepa Nimba County and grew up in Grand Garden Zwedru County. She went to school in Nimba but didn't finish high school. Sarah leaves behind 6 children, Jennet, Augustine, Nyonwin, Nyensuah and Mayamu, Morris; 3 sisters; 3 brothers; 11 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. The Homegoing Celebration Service will be Saturday, March 2, 2024 at 10:00am New Breed Grace Global Ministries, 1659 Sandy Lane Fort Worth 76112 with Interment to follow at Birdville Cemetery, Haltom City. Wake will be held Friday, March 1, 2024 at 6:00pm at New Breed Grace Global Ministries. Pastor, Joseph Nyumah officiating services.

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Larry Edward Wasson

Mar 11, 1945 - Feb 27, 2024

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Fort Worth, TX

To know him was to love him. Larry Edward Wasson was alot of things to alot of people...a husband, a dad, a brother, a grandpa, a grandpappy, a master fisherman, a talented artist, a great cook, a skilled bow hunter and taxidermist, an incredible hugger and a one of a kind human being. Larry left this world to go be with Jesus on February 27, 2024 in Fort Worth, Texas. He joined his father and mother, Harold and Mary Wasson, and his son Michael Wasson who were all waiting to greet him with open arms in Heaven. Grief is hardest for those left behind, and he leaves a family who will miss him dearly with a void in our hearts. Those family members include: his wife, Beverly Wasson, step-sons Tom (Renee) Stowell, Vince Stowell, two step-grandchildren Ayden & Gage Stowell,his brother Jerry (Shirley) Wasson, 3 nephews; Seth, Jacob and Luke Wasson, a daughter Michelle (Don) McMillan, granddaughter Sarah (Daniel) Rasmussen, two great grandchildren Luke and Grace Rasmussen, granddaughter Kayla McMillan, grandson Patrick (Maggie) Wasson, great grandaughter Hazel Wasson, grandson Christopher Wasson, grandson Steven Wasson, numerous cousins, and countless friends he has made throughout his fabulous and adventurous life. Larry was born March 11, 1945 in Harrisburg, IL. He was a great man who worked hard and provided for his family in every sense of the word. Ask anyone who knew him. He was a beautiful soul that loved and cherished his passions and family. Some of his many talents included being able to paint just about any scene he created in his mind, fish any lake he could cast into, and tell a story to leave you captivated. Larry's legacy is untouchable. He leaves this world having made it a better place just by being in it. He will live on in our hearts as we carry his memory forever, now as our guardian angel. Per his request, there will not be a memorial service. Family will have his wishes conducted in his honor, at an appropriate time in the future.

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Margie Irene Price

Sep 26, 1929 - Feb 28, 2024

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Fort Worth, TX

Margie Irene Price was strong, brilliant, loving, and nurturing. She cherished and adored her family, friends, and church home. She leaves a legacy of treasured memories, love, faith, and strength to be forever with those who loved her and knew her. A woman of uncompromising faith, beloved mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend, Margie left this world for her eternal home with Jesus and her loved ones that went before her on February 28, 2024, at the age of 94. Margie Price was born on September 26, 1929 in Annona, Texas, to her loving parents, Claude and Edna Davidson, who instilled the values of family, hard work, truth, and faith. After finishing high school, she moved from East Texas to Fort Worth to attend business school and find employment. In Fort Worth, she met and married Elwood Price. She worked for Safeway on Hemphill street in Fort Worth for thirty three years. During that time, Margie raised her two girls, whom she loved beyond measure, Helen and Deborah, and was a long time member of Worth Baptist Church. Upon retirement, Margie dedicated herself to her family, particularly her great grandchildren, showering them in love and joyfully teaching them the values she held dear. Margie loved her family greatly, her church family, and working in her beautiful yard. She was not a professional gardener - she was even better. Her yard produced vibrant colors and fragrances year-round. It was one of many areas where Margie’s meticulousness, diligence, and spirit of excellence shined. She was known for her strength, grit, and quick sense of humor. If life handed her lemons she found a way to make lemonade. She loved to play dominoes and “42” was her chance to show her family just how good she was, just don’t accidentally bump the table. Margie was a life long learner that loved to read, work crossword puzzles, and participate in anything that challenged her brain. She loved pretty piano playing, old hymns, and the teachings of her pastors Dr. Raymond Barber, Dr. Willie Weaver, and Pastor Tyler Gillit at Worth Baptist Church. Margie is proceeded in death by her parents Claude and Edna Davidson, her daughter Deborah Deguchi, and her siblings Bonnie Storey, Rexene Storey, Travis Davidson, Evalena Peacock, Christine Seggerman, and John Neal Davidson. Margie is survived by her daughter Helen Moore and son in law Danny; brother James Davidson and wife Velma; her grandchildren Theresa Paschall (Kip), Cindy Menchaca (Mark), Marsha George (Keith), Melissa Blackwood, Arthur Lee Blackwood II; her great grandchildren Colton George, Gabriel Paschall (Tristan), Brittany Menchaca, Nicholette Menchaca, Alexandria Edwards, Grace Paschall, and Ryleigh Foster; her on the way great-great granddaughter Emersyn June Paschall. She also leaves cherished nieces, nephews, great nieces, nephews, and friends whom she loved dearly. Margie Irene Price’s life was a remarkable example of unwavering faith, bountiful love, and resilience - a heritage that will continue to impact and be carried on with those who were blessed to belong to her, or know her. In lieu of flowers, the family request contributions to be made to Worth Baptist Church in Memory of Margie Price https://www.worthbc.org/give

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