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Betty Thomas

Sep 04, 1927 - Nov 29, 2023

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Fort Worth, TX

"Betty B. Thomas, age 96, passed away on November 28, 2023, in Fort Worth, Texas. She will be sincerely missed by her loving family, devoted friends, and all the wonderful individuals who knew and loved her. "

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Richard Judson Conner

May 31, 1949 - Feb 25, 2024

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Fort Worth, TX

Richard Judson Conner, 74, beloved father and grandfather, of Granbury, passed away on Sunday evening, February 25, 2024, in Fort Worth.Visitation will be held from 6 until 8, on Saturday evening, March 2, 2024, at the Wiley Funeral Home, 400 Highway 377 East, in Granbury. A graveside committal service will be held at 2 P.M., on Sunday, March 3, 2024, at Rough Creek Cemetery, in Granbury.Richard was born on May 31, 1949, in Seymour, Texas to the late Jud & Emma Conner. He was a longtime member of the Granbury Church of Christ. He attended Tarleton State University obtaining a bachelor’s degree in business in 1971. Rick, as he was known around the softball field, was an all-around athlete who excelled in many sports including softball and basketball. He was known for his hard work ethic all of his life and is probably best known for being the hardware man for many years at Barnes and McCollough in Stephenville, Handyman Hardware in Granbury and Ogle Brothers Service Station in Hico while attending Tarleton State. Richard will be remembered for his keen sense of humor and for always being a ‘jokester.’ Most of all, Richard will be remembered for the love he had for his family and friends.Richard is survived by his daughters, Cindy and husband Chad Chase and Janet and husband Steven Blake; his grandchildren, Conner, Cooper, Dylan, and Morgan; sisters Linda Slough, Janie Stalling and Patsy and husband Nicky Reynolds; his brother, David and wife Debbie Conner; the mother of his daughters, Linda Conner; his nieces and nephews, Jason, Jarrod, Joree, Ryan, Brad, Cliff, and Kent; and by many friends and family.In addition to his parents, Richard was preceded in death by several aunts, uncles, cousins, friends and his favorite dog, Dingo.

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Ms. Vicenta Argote

Jan 17, 1968 - Feb 24, 2024

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Fort Worth, TX

Ms. Vicenta Argote, 56 years of age, went to be with the Lord on February 24, 2024. She is survived by her parents, Father, Mr. Jesus Sandoval Gonzalez, Mother, Susana Munoz Alvares; Husband, Mr. Rutilio Argote; Sons, Luis Fernando Argote Sandoval and Juan Carlos Argote Sandoval; Daughters, Maria de Jesus Argote Sandoval and Olivia  Susana Argote; Brothers, Antonio, Sacramento, Eliseo and Hilario Sandoval and Sister, Maria Esther Sandoval; and her beloved Grandchildren: Fernanda Argote, Jessica Valle, Mayte Argote, Jaydalee Argote, Aythan Argote, Omar Lopez and Luisa Argote. She will be deeply missed by many family members and Friends. May she rest in peace. 

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Jacob Gonzales Delgado

Oct 23, 2016 - Feb 25, 2024

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Fort Worth, TX

Jacob Gonzales Delgado,7 years old went to be with the lord on Sunday, February 25, 2024. He is survived by his Parents Blas Daniel and Amy Delgado.Jacob will be missed by his family and friends. May he rest in peace.

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Pauline Waters

Apr 27, 1929 - Feb 25, 2024

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Fort Worth, TX

Pauline Waters, age 94 passed away on Sunday, February 25, 2024. A visitation for Pauline will be held Monday, March 4, 2024 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM at Laurel Land Funeral Home of Fort Worth, 7100 CROWLEY RD, FORT WORTH, TX 76134. A funeral service will occur Monday, March 4, 2024 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM, 7100 CROWLEY RD, FORT WORTH, TX 76134. A committal service will occur Monday, March 4, 2024 from 3:00 PM to 3:30 PM, 7100 CROWLEY RD, FORT WORTH, TX 76134.

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Sallie Garland

Apr 21, 1939 - Dec 30, 2023

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Fort Worth, TX

Sallie Garland, loving wife, mother, grandmother, and friend of everyone she met, died at the age of 84 on Saturday, Dec. 30, 2023, in Fort Worth, Texas. Sallie was preceded in death by her parents, Raymond and Olive Sargent Kernutt and brother Donald Kernutt. Sallie is survived by her loving husband of 62 years, J. Peter Garland, their two children Ellen (Tegan) Brennen, Steven (Jennifer) Garland and by three grandchildren Shelby (Jeremy) Adams, Avery Brennen, and Elye Garland. Sallie was born in Batavia, New York and lived her early years in Le Roy, New York. She attended Marietta College in Ohio. Sallie loved to sing and was a founding member of the Granbury Civic Chorus and sang with her church choir and Melody Bells. She enjoyed gardening and you could often find her either in the backyard or greenhouse. Her Graveside service will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, January. 13, 2024, at Machpelah Cemetery, North Street, Le Roy, New York. A memorial service will be held at First Presbyterian Church, Granbury, Texas the following week. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Sallie's memory to the Memorial Fund at First Presbyterian Church, 303 W. Bridge St. Granbury, Texas 76048.

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Billie Rae Ferguson-Wright

May 04, 1938 - Feb 27, 2024

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Fort Worth, TX

Billie Rae Ferguson-Wright, a beacon of love and strength, peacefully passed away on February 27, 2024, in Fort Worth, Texas, surrounded by her devoted family. Born on May 4, 1938, in her beloved hometown of Fort Worth, Billie was the cherished daughter of Joe Leonard Ferguson and Thelma Katherine Harris-Ferguson. Growing up in a warm and loving household, Billie attended Lake Worth schools, where she flourished academically and socially. Billie's deep faith was evident from an early age, as she was baptized as a child and remained steadfast in her devotion throughout her life. Her faith served as the guiding light that shaped her compassionate and caring nature, leading her to touch the lives of countless individuals through acts of kindness and generosity. In 1954, Billie's life took a beautiful turn when she met the love of her life, Elton "Elmo" Wright, on a blind date. Their connection was instant and enduring, culminating in a joyous union on March 12, 1955. Together, Billie and Elmo embarked on a remarkable journey filled with love, laughter, and unwavering commitment. Their marriage was blessed with three wonderful sons, Ricky, Jackie, and Larry, whom they raised with boundless love and dedication. Family was the cornerstone of Billie's life, and she poured her heart and soul into nurturing and supporting her loved ones. As a mother, she was a source of strength, wisdom, and unconditional love, guiding her sons with gentle encouragement and unwavering support. Her home was always open to family and friends, radiating warmth and hospitality to all who crossed its threshold. Billie's devotion extended beyond her immediate family to her cherished grandchildren, whom she adored with every fiber of her being. She reveled in the role of grandmother, showering her grandchildren with affection and spoiling them with love. Her granddaughters held a special place in her heart, and she delighted in sharing precious moments with them, whether it was shopping for the perfect dress or simply spending quality time together. Professionally, Billie made significant contributions in various capacities, demonstrating a tireless work ethic and a genuine passion for helping others. She worked alongside her sister at General Dynamics for four years before transitioning to the caregiving industry, where she provided comfort and solace to patients at hospitals across the metroplex, including Harris Fort Worth Hospital. Her compassionate care and unwavering dedication left an indelible mark on all those she encountered, earning her the respect and admiration of colleagues and patients alike. In her leisure time, Billie pursued her passions with zest and enthusiasm, embracing life's adventures with an infectious spirit of joy and curiosity. She was an avid square dancer, competing in competitions across the country and even traveling to Hawaii, where she had the privilege of meeting the legendary entertainer Don Ho. Her love for square dancing was surpassed only by her love for her bowling league, where she formed lasting friendships and cherished memories. Billie's creativity knew no bounds, and she delighted in expressing herself through various artistic pursuits, including crocheting and hairstyling. She poured her heart and soul into every creation, infusing each piece with love and care. Her talent for hairstyling was legendary among her family, who eagerly awaited her skilled hands to work their magic. Billie's legacy of love, kindness, and compassion will forever live on in the hearts of all who knew and loved her. She leaves behind a rich tapestry of memories and a profound impact on the lives of those fortunate enough to have crossed paths with her. Billie is survived by her devoted sons, Ricky Wright and wife Debora, Jackie Wright and wife Lisa, and Larry Wright and wife Sharon, along with her cherished grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She is also survived by her beloved sister, Betty Rogers, and numerous extended relatives, including nieces, nephews, and dear friends. Billie was preceded in death by her parents, Joe and Katherine Ferguson, her five beloved brothers, her grandson Justin Wright, and her beloved husband, Elton "Elmo" Wright, with whom she shared a love that transcended time and space. A visitation to celebrate Billie's life will be held on Friday, March 1, 2024, at the Azle Chapel on the Azleland Cemetery grounds from 5 PM to 8 PM. The funeral service will take place at God's Word of Life Church in Lakeside, Texas, on Monday, March 4, 2024, at 10 AM, followed by burial at Mount Olivet Cemetery in Fort Worth, Texas. Billie's memory will continue to be a source of comfort and inspiration to all who knew her, and her legacy of love will endure for generations to come. To to the family or in memory of Billie Rae (Ferguson) Wright, please

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Billie French Horton

Dec 10, 1929 - Feb 22, 2024

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Fort Worth, TX

FORT WORTH - Billie French Horton, age 94, passed away on Thursday, February 22, 2024, peacefully at home with her son by her side. Service: 11 a.m. Saturday, March 2, 2024, at Meadowbrook-Poly United Methodist Church, 3900 Meadowbrook Dr, Fort Worth, TX, 76103. Interment: Mount Olivet Cemetery. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, March 1, 2024, at Mount Olivet Chapel in the Breyley Suite, 2301 N. Sylvania Ave., Fort Worth, TX, 76111. Pallbearers: Mark Boren, Tracy Casburn, Travis Killian, Ricky Moore, Scott Strom and John Wachtel. Honorary Pallbearers: Dave Turnball, L.E. "Skeeter" Anderson and William Horton. Billie was born December 10, 1929, in Byhalia, Mississippi, to Aubrey and Mauveline French. She graduated with honors from high school in Tupelo, Mississippi, and Summa Cum Laude from the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss.) At Ole Miss, she was a member of Phi Mu social sorority and Alpha Lambda Delta, CWENS, and Beta Gamma Sigma scholastic sororities. She was employed as a secretary with the FBI and later with the First National Bank in Memphis, Tennessee for several years before moving to Fort Worth in 1956, where she worked as a secretary for the Fort Worth National Bank until 1963. At that time, she married Jim Horton and became a full time home-maker. She was a long-time member of Meadowbrook United Methodist Church, where for many years she served as an office volunteer once a week. She also served as a volunteer at Harris Hospital. She was a member and past president of the Wesleyan Sunday School Class, the Meadowbrook United Methodist Women, and Meadowbrook Book Review Club. She and her husband (Jim) founded and led for 12 years the Roadrunner activity group for older adults at church. She is preceded in death by her parents; her husband, James H. Horton; her son, Stephen James; and brother, Robert A. French. Billie is survived by her son, Ronald Craig of Fort Worth and wife, (Shabrena); stepson, Gary L. Horton and wife, (Kelly) of Keller; stepdaughters, Michelle Peters and husband, (Jim) of Colleyville, Celeste Phillips Kauffman and husband, (Al) of Georgetown; sister, Joan F. McKay of Memphis, Tennessee; and her (8) grandchildren and (1) great-grandchild.

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Matthew A. Bolduc

Sep 15, 1958 - Feb 20, 2024

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Fort Worth, TX

In Loving Memory of Matthew A. Bolduc Matthew A. Bolduc, a beloved son, brother, father, and grandfather, passed away on February 20, 2024, at the age of 65. His journey through life was marked by resilience, dedication, and a deep love for his family. Matthew was born on September 15th, 1958, in Roswell, New Mexico, to Linda Kirkpatrick and the late Daniel Bolduc. He grew up alongside his siblings Patrick, Gregory, Jeffrey, and Andrew, forming cherished bonds that would endure a lifetime. Matthew attended El Dorado High School, where he demonstrated a passion for learning and a natural curiosity about the world around him. Following his time in high school Matthew pursued his passion for archaeology at the University of New Mexico.  After his time in New Mexico, Matthew relocated to the Chicagoland area with his son, Ryan Bolduc, where he embarked on a fulfilling career as a journeyman bricklayer for Local 21. He took great pride in his work, contributing his skilled craftsmanship to numerous projects throughout the region. Matthew was a valued member of the Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers District Council 1 Illinois, where he formed lasting friendships and earned the respect of his peers. In his final years, Matthew returned to Albuquerque to be with his mother, Linda, and brother, Gregory. Their time together was filled with laughter, reminiscing about cherished moments from the past and creating new memories to treasure. In 2021, Matthew made the bold decision to relocate to Fort Worth, Texas, to be closer to his son and granddaughters. He embraced this new chapter in his life with enthusiasm, cherishing every moment spent with his loved ones. Matthew's greatest joy in life was his family, especially his son, Ryan, and his three granddaughters, Madison, Kaylie, and Emily. He was a devoted father and grandfather, whose love knew no bounds. Matthew's face would light up with pride whenever he spoke of his family, and he found immeasurable joy in the presence of his precious son and granddaughters. Matthew will be deeply missed by all who knew him, including his mother, Linda Kirkpatrick; his son, Ryan (Tiffany) Bolduc; his granddaughters, Madison, Kaylie, and Emily; his siblings, Patrick, Gregory, Jeffrey, and Andrew; as well as his nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. Among his closest companions were his dear friends Edward Meyers, Scott (Gina) Thomas, Lee Ann Bolduc, and Kevin Lotz, whose presence brought light and laughter into Matthew's life. A celebration of Matthew's life will be held at a later date in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The family kindly requests that any cards, flowers, or condolences be sent to the home of Linda Kirkpatrick, where they will be received with gratitude and appreciation. Matthew's kindness, warmth, and unwavering love touched the lives of all who had the privilege of knowing him.  May he rest in eternal peace, surrounded by the love of family and friends, knowing that his spirit will live on in the memories of those who loved him dearly.

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Cherie Robinson

Sep 05, 1968 - Feb 24, 2024

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Fort Worth, TX

In loving memory of Cherie Robinson, a cherished daughter, sister, wife, mother, and grandmother passed away February 24, 2024 surrounded by her loved ones. Celebration of Life services are scheduled for 2:00 PM Wednesday February 28, 2024 at River Fellowship Church, 5211 Bell with Darrell Anderson officiating. Cherie was born September 5, 1968 to Gus and Sheryl Bates; sister to Gus Stewart Bates, in Ft. Worth TX. She was a fun-loving, and patient soul, known for her role as a prayer warrior and a devoted Jesus freak. Her caring and empathetic nature made her a good listener, always present for those in need. Cherie trusted others openly, never meeting a stranger, and had the remarkable ability to light up a room with her beautiful soul. Unforgettable in every way, Cherie was kind, had a servant's heart, and was charmingly happy. Her strength, resilience, and extroverted spirit made her a courageous and understanding presence in the lives of those around her. Chatty, energetic, spunky, and high-spirited, she brought enthusiasm and joy to every interaction. Cherie's athletic prowess was exceptional, making her the standout athlete of the family. An outstanding swimmer and diver, she dedicated 10 years to a dance company, showcasing her love for movement and expression. Her love for the ocean reflected her lifelong dream of being a mermaid. Cherie's zest for life extended to her love for holidays, and her energetic nature made her the life of any celebration. A health fanatic, she maintained a strong interest in Jesus and her family, epitomizing the qualities of a caring daughter. In every sense, Cherie Robinson was the best mother to ever grace the lives of those fortunate enough to know her. May her memory be a source of comfort and inspiration to all who had the privilege of sharing in her vibrant and loving presence. Cherie leaves behind a legacy of love and strength. She is survived by her husband, Carl Robinson, and leaves behind daughters Chloe Hodges; Kali Purselley, and her beloved grandson, Aries Chrzanowski; her parents Sheryl Bates and Gus Bates III; her brother Gus Stewart Bates. In lieu of flowers please send donations to Colorful Closet of Amarillo.

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Timothy Neal Dow

Aug 29, 1950 - Feb 18, 2024

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Fort Worth, TX

Timothy Neal Dow, age 73 of Fort Worth, Texas, passed away peacefully at home Sunday, February 18, 2024.Memorial Service: 1:00 p.m., Saturday, March 2, 2024, First Baptist Church of White Settlement, 7801 White Settlement Road, White Settlement, Texas 76108.Timothy, known to everyone as Tim, was born to Worley Sherrill and Jeanette Foshee Dow August 29, 1950 in Sweetwater, Texas.Tim grew up in Hurst, Texas where he graduated from L.D. Bell High School before enlisting in the Navy in January 1970. He married the love of his life, Colleen in June 1976, in Hillsboro, Oregon.His military service spanned 22 years, taking him to eight duty stations throughout his enlistment ending at Naval Air Station Dallas, Mobile Inshore Underwater Warfare Unit 109 (MIUW) retiring in May 1992.While serving on board Naval Air Station Dallas, he earned his Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a specialized major in Management, from Northwood University. His degree would carry him to Lincoln Technical Institute in Arlington, Texas where he was the business manager for seven years. He spent the remainder of his working career at the United States Post Office where he retired after 18 years.Tim’s passion was ‘The Farm’ and later ‘The Ranch’ where he made a substantial impact on the lives of his children and grandchildren. He spent many hours teaching them the love of the outdoors. He loved spending time with them, hunting, fishing, telling stories around the campfire and just making memories.Tim is survived by his wife Colleen; son, Phillip Dow, wife Crystal and their children Layla and Brooklyn; daughter, Emily Provost, husband Raun and their children Kaylin and Lucas; daughter, Sarah Roberts, husband John and their children Nathan, Clayton, Caleb, Aubrey, Gavin, and Zachary; sister, Annette Miranda; and numerous nieces and nephews.

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