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Braylen Burns-Clark

May 22, 2022 - Nov 14, 2023

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Dallas, TX

Braylen Jason Burns Clark was born on may 22, 2022 to Breashia Burns and Ja'mauriae Jordan in mesquite, Tx. He was an amazingly smart little boy. He was always full of joy and laughter. All that knew him knew he loved Mickey Mouse. Loved ones he join in eternal life is his great grandmother Leona Cain. Braylen leaves behind to cherish is precious memories to his parents Breashia Burns and Ja'mauriae Jordan; his grandparents Verna Lisa Cain, Brandon Lamar Burns and Shaye Jordan; great grandparent...Read More

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Raylee Lynn Grimes

Jul 06, 1999 - Feb 17, 2024

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Dallas, TX

Raylee Lynn Grimes, a shining light to all who knew her, was born into a family filled with love and warmth, the daughter of Angelo and Andrea Grimes, and the sister of Hayden. She entered this world on July 6, 1999, in Dallas, Texas, and departed on February 17th, 2024, leaving behind a legacy of love, courage, and determination. Raylee was blessed with the love of her grandparents Kelly Ramirez, Ray Ramirez (Deceased), Lydia Grimes, Charles R. Grimes (Deceased) and Freddie Lynn. She was surrounded by aunts, uncles, and cousins who cherished her dearly, including Joshua Ramirez (Liza), Vanessa Grimes, Davina Sentak (Dave), Freddie Lynn Jr., Tina Scibilia (Chris), Kimberly Battle (John). From her early years at Groves Elementary School in Wylie to her graduation from Wylie High School in 2017, Raylee’s journey was marked by a vibrant spirit and a thirst for knowledge and self-improvement. After graduation, she joined her father at 1050 BBQ and later worked alongside her mother at Sun Lounge Studio. From 2017 to 2019, Raylee worked at Foxiis Bar and Grill, tending to customers and promoting the desserts. And don’t forget to take one home, as she did often. During this time, she went to the Esthiology Program at the Aveda Institute as Raylee’s true passion lay in Aesthetics, and she further pursued her dream by studying National Laser Institute – School of Medical Aesthetics, eventually opening her own studio, Raylee Aesthetics. Raylee’s dedication and determination were evident in everything she did. She excelled as a top salesperson, constantly seeking opportunities to enhance her skills and knowledge. Her love for adventure took her hiking, practicing yoga, and exploring the beauty of nature with her beloved dogs by her side. She found joy in travel, particularly in Mexico, where she experienced new cultures and made cherished memories with friends and family. Raylee was not just strong-willed and confident; she was also wise beyond her years. She possessed a remarkable ability to navigate life’s challenges with grace and resilience. Raylee was unapologetically herself, never shying away from difficult conversations or setting boundaries when necessary. While her directness may have caught some off guard, it was a testament to her authenticity and integrity. Let us embrace life with the same passion and courage that she did, and let her memory serve as a guiding light in our darkest moments. Though she may no longer walk among us, Raylee’s spirit will live on in the hearts of all who knew and loved her. Rest in peace, dear RayRay. You will be deeply missed but never forgotten.

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Clay Charles Arnold

May 09, 1938 - Feb 21, 2024

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Dallas, TX

Clay Charles Arnold, born on May 9, 1938, in Belton, TX, passed away peacefully on February 21, 2024, in Dallas, TX. He was a beloved husband, father, brother, and a friend to all who knew him.Clay was the cherished son of Clay H. Arnold and Martha S. Mangum. He found love with Johnny B. Carroll and they wed on September 8, 1959, in Dallas, TX. Their union was blessed with a loving daughter, Cindy Russell of KY. He also leaves behind a caring daughter-in-law, Kayla of Dallas, TX. Clay was the respected brother of William Arnold, Harvey Arnold, Johnny Parker, Richard Arnold, Judy Shanks, Janie Dollison, and Joyce Witherspoon.Clay proudly served his country in the Army from 1956 to 1958. He then spent his career behind the wheel as a dedicated truck driver for Yellow Freight. Clay's life was marked by the strength and integrity he brought to every endeavor.While Clay was preceded in death by his parents; his dear daughter, Carolyn Hurdle; his son, Kenneth Arnold; and his siblings, Thomas Arnold, Lillian Scott, Mary Ann Renick, and Douglas Arnold; his memory lives on in the hearts of those who loved him.A man of many passions, Clay will be remembered for his devotion to family and his steadfast presence. A graveside service to honor his life will be held at Fort Towson on Monday at 1 PM. Clay's legacy will be carried on through the stories and memories treasured by his family and friends.Services have been entrusted to Prater-Lampton-Mills & Coffey Funeral Home.

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Stephanie Pincus Comfort

Feb 17, 1940 - Feb 23, 2024

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Dallas, TX

Stephanie Pincus Comfort, age 84 passed away on Friday, February 23, 2024. Stephanie was born in Brooklyn, New York on February 17, 1940. A graveside service for Stephanie will be held Tuesday, February 27, 2024 at 10:00 AM at Sparkman/Hillcrest Funeral Home & Hillcrest Mausoleum & Memorial Park, 7405 W Northwest Hwy, Dallas, TX 75225.

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William Howard Greenlee

Jun 19, 1932 - Feb 20, 2024

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Dallas, TX

William Howard Greenlee, age 91, of Dallas, Texas passed away on Tuesday, February 20, 2024. William Howard Greenlee, age 91, of Dallas, Texas, passed away on February 20, 2024. He was born on June 19, 1932, in Hasse, Texas. He graduated from Monahans High School in 1950, and then attended the University of Texas El Paso where he played football and graduated with a Bachelors Degree of Science in 1954. The next four years, Howard attended the University of Texas Dental School in Houston where he earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree. After graduation from UT Houston Dental school, he proudly served in the Navy for 2 years on active duty. After retirement from the Navy, he spent 32 years in the reserves, retiring with the rank of Captain. Howard dedicated over 50 years to a successful career as a Dentist in Pampa and Arlington, Texas. He was well known for his dedication to his private practice and his active involvement in various dental associations. Howard served as the President of the Fort Worth Dental Society, the Texas State Dental Board and as a Pantego City Council Member. In his personal life, Howard was described as outgoing, friendly, and always with a smile. He never had a bad day and had a servant attitude, always prioritizing others over himself. He found joy in flying his private plane and repairing antique clocks post-retirement. He was a longtime member of Fielder Row Baptist Church in Arlington, Texas where he served as a Deacon. After moving to Dallas, he became a member at Park Cities Baptist Church. Howard is survived by his loving wife of 69 years, Claudia Whitefield Greenlee; daughter, Alicia Wilder, son-in-law, Scott Wilder, and granddaughter, Alexandra Wilder, all of Dallas; and sister, Donna Williamson of North Richland Hills. He was preceded in death by his only son, John Howard Greenlee, parents, Marion William Greenlee and Marie Haynie Greenlee, as well as his siblings. A private graveside will be held at Moore Funeral Home and Memorial Gardens in Arlington, Texas. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Alzheimer Association in honor of his wife who he tirelessly cared for the past ten years. William Howard Greenlee will be remembered for his dedication to his profession,his love for his family, and his commitment to serving his community. He will be deeply missed by all who knew him.

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Kristi Gayle Bellamy

Sep 10, 1970 - Feb 21, 2024

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Dallas, TX

Kristi Gayle (Haught) Bellamy, 53, of DeSoto, passed away Wednesday, February 21, 2024 in a Dallas hospital. Memorial services at Wade Funeral Home in Hubbard are pending. To send a flower arrangement or to plant trees in memory of Kristi Haught Bellamy, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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John Harding Gary, Jr.

Nov 14, 1943 - Feb 20, 2024

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Dallas, TX

"John Harding Gary, Jr. was born November 14, 1943 in Plaquemine, Louisiana and passed from this life on February 20, 2024 in Dallas, Texas. John had many accomplishments that meant the world to both he and his family and friends. He was a U.S. Navy Combat Corpsman for 8 years, 1 month, and 5 days. He was also the Chief Radiological Technician at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center for 35 years. He was also part of the Color Guard for the St. Francis branch of the Knights of Columbus as well as being a part of the Boy Scouts of America as both a scout and leader for over 50 years. Through all of the many accomplishments in his life, he held in very high regard his time with the Boy Scouts. He was a scout as a young boy then a scout leader as an adult. He mentored and trained hundreds of scouts. Today many grown men are saddened and brought to tears by his passing. Mr. John Gary was the one who helped mold them into the men they are today. He was preceded in death by his parents, John H. Sr. and Victorine Gary; his step-mother, Beverly Rivet; and his step-brother, Jimmy Watkins. John is survived by his wife of 56 years, Estrella; his sons, Matt Gary, Chris Gary and wife, Sandi; his grandson, John R. Gary; his sister, Judith Heck; and his brother Barry Gary. The family will receive friends from 5:00pm to 7:00pm on Wednesday, February 28, 2024 at Byrum Funeral Home Chapel with a rosary beginning at 6:00pm. A funeral mass celebrating John’s life will be at 10:00am on Thursday, February 29, 2024 at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Lancaster with interment to follow at Laurel Land Memorial Park."

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Lauren Helsley

Jan 01, 1990 - Feb 15, 2024

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Dallas, TX

Lauren grew up in Glastonbury, Connecticut loving the snowy winters. However, she was still excited for her family’s big move to Texas where she could run cross country and play lacrosse.She loved playing lacrosse most of her life and even enjoyed a few years contributing her love of the sport by refereeing youth games.Most recently Lauren attended the Collin College Nursing Program and was a NICU Nurse at Medical City Dallas. She was a proud and devoted nurse, classmate, and friend.Lauren always enjoyed running for a hobby … any distance, but the longer the better in her view.Lauren is survived by her parents, Caye and David Helsley, and her beloved brother David Helsley, Jr. of McKinney.She leaves her grandfather, Dunbar Helsley, Sr. of Charleston, South Carolina and grandmother, Cheryl Conlin of Jackson Springs, North Carolina.She is survived by her fraternal aunts and uncles, William and Joanne Helsley, Scot Helsley and David, Cleo & Owen Henkel.Also survived by her maternal aunts and uncles, Marilyn and Clayton Conlin, Kevin and Lisa Conlin, Shawn and Shannon Conlin, Spencer, Kelly and Taylor Quintin, Lori and Dee Bleckley, and Sean, Stacy, & Shannon Carroll.Her spirit will live on with her many caring cousins who she often stated that she missed due to distance, amazing classmates, and caring coworkers and boyfriend.Donations may be made in lieu of flowers in honor of Lauren Helsley’s name to:Medical City NICU7777 Forest LaneDallas, TX 75230

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Ken Glaser

Mar 05, 1940 - Feb 23, 2024

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Dallas, TX

Ken Glaser passed away peacefully on the morning of February 23, 2024, surrounded by his three sons. He is survived by a supporting and tirelessly loving wife of nearly 37 years, Rena Glaser, and his sons Garret (Louise), Mitchell (Suzie), and Brian. In addition, his niece and nephew, Leslie Tatel and Darryl Glaser, his stepson Jonathon Gansell (Michelle) and stepdaughter Elisa Brown (David). Ken is also survived by many grandchildren and great-grandchildren; Amanda Brown (Aron), Emily Wisniewski (Scott), Daniel Zidell, Lauren Gansell and Brandon Gansell, Sophie Glaser, Owen Glaser, Harper Glaser, Nina Glaser and Ramsey Glaser, Nolan Brown, Marcus Brown, Evelyn Brown, Blair Wisniewski and Pierce Wisniewski. Ken was born on March 5, 1940, in Cleveland, Ohio, to Geane and Morris Glaser. The family later settled in Toledo, Ohio, before moving to Texas for Morris's career opportunities. They opened Jean and Morry’s Deli, which became a well-known establishment in the Dallas Jewish Community in the 1950s. Ken cherished his interactions with the deli's loyal customers; a love for public engagement that he carried throughout his life. After graduating from Highland Park High School in 1958, Ken pursued higher education at the University of Texas. He initially studied Engineering but eventually followed his passion for law, graduating from the University of Texas Law School. Ken began his career at Texas Instruments in the Patent section, contributing to groundbreaking developments in technology alongside innovators like Jack Kilby. In 1970, Ken established his own Patent and Trademark law firm, later joining Gardere in 2001 to lead the patent section. He dedicated 20 years to Gardere (later Foley) until his retirement in 2021 at the age of 81, exceeding all expectations. Ken's commitment to social justice and Jewish organizations advocating for peace and inclusivity defined his daily life. If it did good for the community, Ken dedicated himself to it; The holocaust museum, the Jewish federation, the Israel Symposium, Temple Shalom, the Blews, AIPAC, ADL, American Jewish Congress, to name a few. In 2013, Ken received the Shalom award from Temple Shalom Brotherhood, and in 2021, Ken was honored with the lifetime achievement award from the Southwest Jewish Congress. An avid baseball fan, Ken switched his allegiance from the Indians to the Rangers upon moving to Texas. He coached his sons in Little League for over 25 years, sharing his passion for the sport with them. Ken's life ended as he lived it, surrounded by countless individuals who admired him, his work, leadership, and commitment to Tikun Olam (repairing and making the world a better place). He inspired his children, led his community, and served his firm and clients with unwavering dedication. Funeral Services will be held Monday at 10AM at Temple Shalom, 6930 Alpha Road, Dallas, Texas, 75240 with a burial to immediately follow in Hillcrest Memorial Park.

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David T Mena

Jan 09, 1949 - Feb 19, 2024

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Dallas, TX

David T Mena, age 75, passed away on Monday, February 19, 2024 in Dallas, Tx., He was born on January 9, 1949 in San Antonio, Tx. to Aurelio and Mary Mena. David was raised in Dallas, Tx., and attended/graduated from Bishop Dunne in 1967. He served Corporal, Vietnam for Five Years. He was a Mail Carrier at United States Postal Service where he worked for more than Eighteen Years. He married Carolina Mena in 1983 and the Couple had Three Children. In his spare time David enjoyed Golfing with Friends. He is preceded in death by: His Father Aurelio Mena, Mother Mary Mena and Son Salvador Gaitan. He is Survived by: Wife Carolina Mena, Son David Mena, Daughter Valerie Vasquez, Grand Children Alexis Vasquez, Alexis Gaitan, Natalie Zuniga, Emily Mena, Liliana Mena, Serenity Vasquez and Ezra Vasquez.

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Mark Mitchell

Jun 02, 1959 - Feb 20, 2024

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Dallas, TX

Our sweet Mark went to be with his savior on February 20, 2024 unexpectedly at the age of 64. Mark was born June 2, 1959 in Hickory, North Carolina and attended Lenape High School in Medford, NJ. After graduating from Vanderbilt University with a BS in Molecular Biology, Mark began a 29 year career with Abbott Laboratory. He was transferred many times throughout his career with Abbott but the last transfer to Dallas, Texas was his last by choice. Mark met Gina Boyer Gauntlett in Philadelphia, PA in 1991 and they married in 1997. They have two children Ashley and Jaclyn. Mark and Gina began attending Hackberry Creek Church in 2004 and it there that Mark’s mission life began. In 2012 he took his first mission trip to Juarez, Mexico in conjunction with Arrow Outreach. With him was his 10 year daughter, Ashley. Over the years he included his daughter, Jaclyn and together they painted, hammered nails, planted, cleaned, laughed and prayed, making many friendships along the way. Mark was especially proud of the fundraising they did for educational scholarships for the children in Juarez. Mark served as an elder at the church and with his wife served the less advantaged at The Bridge/Stewpot in Dallas. Mark valued all the relationships he made along the way but his true gift was maintaining those relationships throughout the years. Mark’s other interests were golf, exercise, reading, daily sudoku and going to Texas Ranger games. Mark was preceded in death by his father Donald Mitchell Sr, his mother Anne Rountree Mitchell, and his brother Donald Mitchell. Mark is survived by his wife of 26 years, Gina and his two children Ashley and Jaclyn, his sister, Sharon Almgren (Vic) and his nieces Grace Almgren and Emily King (Logan). Also, six nephews, Steven, Don, Jack, Lincoln, Jake and Kyle. Visitation will be held on Monday February 26 from 5:00 – 8:00 pm at Rolling Oaks Funeral Home, 400 Freeport Parkway, Coppell, TX 75019. Funeral Service on Tuesday, February 27 at 10:00 am at Hackberry Creek Church, 2000 Kinwest Parkway, Irving, TX 75063. Mark’s service will be live streamed at Hackberrycreekchurch.com. In lieu of flowers you can make donations to Hackberry Creek Church for the Mission Board.

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