Jan 25, 1972 - Nov 30, 2023
Thomas Dale Troutt
Apr 02, 1955 - Feb 17, 2024
Thomas Dale Troutt passed away Saturday, February 17th, 2024. Dale was born on April 2, 1955 in Memphis, Tennessee to Cecil and Eloise Troutt. Dale graduated from Christian Brothers High School and College, earning a degree in electrical engineering. After graduation in 1977 he spent three decades selling semiconductor design automation software, receiving numerous accolades for his global production. He enjoyed working in the high-tech industry during the boom of the ‘80s and ‘90s. From 2008 to 2022 Dale owned and operated a custom rifle company and a rifle component manufacturing business. Since 1980 Dale lived primarily in Dallas as well as Atlanta, Houston, Saratoga, CA and Corsicana, TX. A lifelong outdoorsman and shooting enthusiast, Dale traveled the world on adventures and hunts with his family and friends. Many of his closest friends would be considered his hunting buddies. He lived life to the fullest and he loved deeply. Dale was a Christian and most recently attended Watermark Community Church. He is survived by his son Matthew Troutt (Bailey) of Dallas and his daughter Michelle Blaser (Brad) of Raleigh, NC. Grandchildren are Jackson, Lily and Charlie; and his half-sister Martha Gail Sacchini (Lou) of Winterville, NC and their daughter Andriana of Memphis, TN. He is also survived by the mother of his children Kay Schaefer Troutt of Dallas, and his former wife Penni Carter Troutt of Frisco and her three children and their families. A memorial service will be held Sunday, February 25th, 2024 at 11:00 am at Sparkman Funeral Home located in Richardson at 1029 S. Greenville, Richardson, TX 75081, with reception following. The interment will be at a later date in Memphis, TN. In lieu of flowers, please send any donations to Watermark Community Church at 7540 Lyndon B Johnson Freeway, Dallas, TX 75251.
Randall George Goss
Sep 22, 1953 - Feb 13, 2024
Randall George Goss of Dallas, Texas passed away on February 13, 2024. Randall was a beloved husband, father, brother, uncle, business innovator, community leader and dear friend. A lifelong Texan, Randall was raised in San Angelo, attended Southern Methodist University on a full athletic scholarship playing football for his favorite SMU Mustangs and graduated summa cum laude in Business Administration. He went on to start U.S. Risk Insurance Group in 1986, growing it from a single office to a leader in specialty insurance products with 18 domestic and international branches and a network of more than 6000 retail producers. His imposing stature belied his warm and affectionate nature. He cared deeply for others and was involved with many Dallas charities, including the Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center, the Dallas Zoo, and The American Heart Association. Randall served on multiple philanthropic boards, including the Dallas Symphony Board of Governors for more than 20 years, and was honored by many for his involvement and steadfast dedication. His generous heart was equally matched with his creative spirit. He loved cooking for friends and family, collecting art, and entertaining with meticulous attention to detail. His weekend breakfasts and his “Gossaritas” were legendary. Randall was a proud member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon at SMU and maintained deep friendships with his SAE brothers. The SAE creed is “The True Gentleman” and Randall was genuinely the truest gentleman in every sense of the word. He prided himself on the bonds he made with others, feeling deep concern and appreciation for those in his life. He mentored many, found friendships among colleagues, loved his community, and positively impacted more people than he could have imagined. Even while he struggled privately, he loved openly and generously. Randall is survived by his loving family: wife Kara Petersen Goss, his children Austin Goss and wife Amy of Dallas, Quinton Goss and wife Lindsay of Dallas, Brighton Sawa and husband Chad of Forney, and Kate Petersen attending college at Carnegie Mellon University. He was “Pop Pop” to five grandchildren, Brendan, Haddie, Blaise, Skye and Luca. Randall was a devoted big brother to two sisters, Scarlett Lewis and her husband John and Kathy Johnston and her husband Greg, and dear uncle to Whitney, Rex and Joy. He also leaves behind legions of lifelong friends from all stages of his life. His three dogs, Maisy, Walker and Bear will greatly miss being spoiled by his affection, ear scratches and generous food scraps. A celebration of Randall’s life will be held on Friday, March 8, 2024 at 1:00 p.m. at the Morton Meyerson Symphony Center. In lieu of flowers, we invite you to make a donation to Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center or the National Institute of Mental Health in Randall’s honor.
John Asher Thompson
Dec 06, 1942 - Feb 19, 2024
John Asher Thompson, age 81, of Dallas, Texas passed away on Monday, February 19, 2024. John was born in New Orleans. A graveside service for John will be held Tuesday, February 27, 2024 from 9:15 AM to 9:45 AM at Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery, 2000 Mountain Creek Pkwy, Dallas, TX 75211. Following the graveside service will be a memorial service from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM at Park Cities Presbyterian Church, 4124 Oak Lawn Ave, Dallas, TX 75219.
Wynn Garrison Stanton
Oct 06, 1935 - Feb 06, 2024
Wynn Garrison Stanton, age 88, passed away on February 6, 2024, in Dallas, Texas. He was born in Crowley, Louisiana on October 6, 1935, to Dr. Albert Edgar Stanton and Averill Wynn Stanton. Wynn was raised in Crowley Louisiana and graduated from Crowley High School in 1953. He received his local preacher’s license from the Methodist Church while in high school and served as pastor of several churches in Louisiana while he was attending Centenary College. While at Centenary, he met and married Betty (“Jimmie”) Earlene Brown from Hathaway, Louisiana on August 10, 1955. Over the next six decades, they lived life to the fullest. Wynn graduated from Centenary College in 1956 and received a BA degree, served on the Honor Court, and was a member of ODK Honorary Society. He attended one year at Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University (SMU) before entering SMU Law School, where he received his law degree and was admitted to the Texas Bar in 1960. He was a member of the Delta Theta Phi legal fraternity, served on the Law Journal, and was a Barrister. Wynn lived in Oak Cliff where he practiced law for over thirty (30) years. He was appointed in 1970 to serve on the 15-member Tri-Ethnic Committee to oversee the desegregation of the Dallas Independent School District, including serving as chairman. Wynn was a devoted member of Glen Oaks United Methodist Church in Oak Cliff. He taught the Senior High Sunday School. He and Jimmie loved their time serving as Methodist Youth Foundation (MYF) sponsors where they educated, encouraged, and inspired young adults leading fun activities like snow skiing in Colorado, water skiing at their East Texas lake house, and hosting countless dinners. After his retirement in 1992, Wynn and Jimmie moved to Granbury, Texas where he continued working providing legal pro bono services for those in need. He served on numerous committees including a three-year period on the Board of Directors of De Cordova Bend Owners Association. He continued to donate his time and talents to teaching Sunday School Classes and serving on various committees at the Acton United Methodist Church. In 2019, Wynn and Jimmie returned to Dallas and found home again within the community at the Belmont Village Senior Living Turtle Creek. Wynn enjoyed playing golf, reading, playing bridge, music, dancing, and traveling. Wynn and Jimmie loved traveling including cruises that took them through six different continents. Wynn was fun-loving, had a great sense of humor, and loved writing poems memorializing special occasions. He will be remembered most for his compassion and countless acts of kindness. He had a heart for the disadvantaged and the underdog and never passed up an opportunity to lend a helping hand. He is preceded in death by his parents, Dr. Albert and Averill Stanton; his sister, Sally Crawford; his two brothers; Bill Stanton and Albert “Bert” Stanton. He is survived by his wife Betty “Jimmie” Stanton; their son, Darrin Stanton; their daughter, Debbie Wilson; their two grandchildren; Chase Wilson Jr.; and Rachael Stanton Fowler and son-in-law Adam Fowler and their three great-grandchildren; Aiden Fowler, Kaylee Fowler and Kenna Fowler. A Celebration of Life ceremony will be held this summer during the family's annual reunion in Louisiana. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared with the Stanton family at www.teddickeywestfuneral.com
Apr 04, 1934 - Feb 20, 2024
Mary Large English, age 89, of Dallas, Texas passed away on Tuesday, February 20, 2024. A celebration of life for Mary will be held Saturday, March 2, 2024 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM at Roselawn Funeral Home, 1000 S Highway 175, Seagoville, TX 75159.
Aug 18, 1940 - Feb 14, 2024
Ernest Charles, age 83, of Dallas, Texas passed away on February 14th, 2024. Ernest was born in George West, Texas on August 18th,1940 to Dario & Margareta Charles. He excelled in his trade as a Master Welder and worked many years on offshore oil rigs. He owned a successful welding company where he specialized in TIG welding as well as ornate metal fabrication. On January 22, 1973 he wed his beautiful bride, Rebecca and together they shared 50 years of marriage. They built a beautiful life of love. Ernest is survived by his daughters, Kimberly, Tammy, Kelley and Holley as well as his grandchildren, Brittany & Charles, Sadie, August, Magnus & Soren. Gentle and sweet he was the quintessential girl dad who taught us many life skills we will cherish always. He was charismatic and won over the love of many with his charming smile and special twinkle of his eyes. Visitation will be held on Thursday, February 29th from 6PM until 8PM with Rosary at Stonebriar Funeral Home in Frisco, TX. Funeral Mass will be at 10AM on March 1st at St Rita's Catholic Church in Dallas, TeX with graveside to follow at Sacred Heart Cemetery in Rowlett, TX.
Nov 15, 1937 - Feb 16, 2024
Life Legacy Paul Murphy, age 86, was called home on February 16, 2024, in Dallas, Texas. He was born on November 15, 1937, in Dallas, Texas (where he was also raised). His parents were William H. and Mintie Murphy and also had an older brother. He served in the U. S. Army from 1958 to 1965. He attended North Texas college, studying business administration. On May 1, 1965, Paul married Brenda. They raised three daughters: Rachelle Parezo (Dennis), Leslie Dalton (Flint), and Ashleigh Greer, (Mike). Paul and Brenda were the grandparents to five grandchildren. Paul was passionate about golf, regularly assisting friends in their golf game. He enjoyed many years outdoors in the sunshine and fresh air, building many relationships over the years on the course. His current vehicle would always be easily recognized by the personalized plates: GOLF! Paul has been blessed for many years to call First Baptist Garland his church family. He loved investing time serving others and enjoyed many activities. He was humbled to be asked to serve as a deacon, and he took the call very seriously. He will best be remembered for putting others first. He served others and wanted to put others’ best interests ahead of his own. He is preceded in death by his parents and older brother, Bill. He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Brenda Murphy, his children and grandchildren, Joshua Murphy, Nathan Parezo, Jonathan Parezo, Devon Dalton, Baylee Dalton and three great-grandsons. A private military burial will be held Thursday, February 22, 2024. A visitation and a Celebration of Life will be held at 12:00 and 1:00 respectively at First Baptist Garland, 801 West Avenue D, Garland, TX 75040. In lieu of flowers donations to the Building Fund at his church home may be made. https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://firstfocus.ccbchurch.com/goto/forms/247/responses/new__;!!M2D_dUfSiN4E!OfCN2I_6FUVmKNzlA90v4lEFo77HnunhdGj9NSrPAe9jv8Yia8XxTX6goFfiai0tlwUneNxclN5fwO2vVDLG6AhI6c7sZcEdgFk$
Beverly Jane West Hathaway
Aug 04, 1925 - Feb 20, 2024
Beverly Jane West Hathaway, 98, of Dallas, died Tuesday, February 20, 2024. Services for Mrs. Hathaway are pending under the direction of Broussard’s, 1605 North Major Drive, Beaumont. ©Broussard's Mortuary 2017-2024 Built By
Caleb Dylan Estrada
Jun 27, 2005 - Feb 19, 2024
Caleb Dylan Estrada, cherished son, beloved brother, loyal friend, and vibrant soul, departed this world on February 19, 2024, in Dallas, TX, leaving behind a legacy of love, laughter, and courage. He was 18 years old.Born in Dallas, TX, on June 27, 2005, Caleb brought light and joy into the lives of all who knew him. His passing leaves a profound void in the hearts of his family, friends, and community.Caleb was a young man of many talents and passions. As a member of the Redemptive City Church in Dallas, TX, he found solace and strength in his faith. His dedication to his church family mirrored his commitment to those he loved.At work, Caleb pursued his aspirations with dedication and determination, employed at Target while pursuing his career dreams. He had set his sights on becoming a welding specialist, attending Trade School and apprenticing with Local 100 to hone his craft.An accomplished martial artist, Caleb attained the prestigious rank of Taekwondo Black Belt, a testament to his discipline and perseverance. His dedication to martial arts reflected his commitment to self-improvement and personal growth.Caleb's vibrant personality illuminated every room he entered. As the family's comedic genius, he possessed an infectious laughter that lifted spirits and brought joy to even the darkest of days. Fearless and brave, Caleb stood as a beacon of strength, never hesitating to defend those who could not defend themselves.His hobbies reflected his adventurous spirit and love for life. Caleb was a passionate car enthusiast, finding joy in dirt bikes, off-roading, and working on vehicles. He dreamed of owning a 5.7L Hemi Dodge Ram, a testament to his passion for automotive engineering and craftsmanship.In his leisure time, Caleb found solace in gaming and cherished moments spent with family and friends. His laughter echoed in the hearts of those he loved, leaving behind memories that will be treasured forever.Beneath his playful exterior, Caleb possessed a tender heart and a deep well of compassion. His quiet moments revealed a depth of character and sensitivity that touched the lives of all who knew him.Caleb Dylan Estrada's untimely departure leaves an irreplaceable void in the lives of his family and friends. Though he may be gone from our sight, his spirit will live on in the hearts of all who were fortunate enough to know him.Survivors include his parents, Elvis and Kristy Estrada; siblings, Christian Estrada, Audrey Estrada, Elvis Estrada II, Jasmine Estrada, and Crystal Estrada; uncles, Paul Estrada III, Jesse Estrada, Eric Estrada, and Stephen Claver; aunt, Ursula Estrada; grandparents, Rosa Garcia, Paul Estrada Jr., Steve and Virginia Claver; niece, Camila Estrada and numerous other extended family members.May his laughter echo in our memories and may his spirit soar among the stars.Rest in peace, dear Caleb. You will forever be missed and eternally loved.
Aug 30, 1962 - Feb 18, 2024
Rafael Macias was born on August 30, 1962 to his mother Josefina Garcia and father Timoteo Macias in Chicago, Illinois. He passed away at the age of 61 in Dallas, Texas on February 18, 2024. Mr. Macias is preceded in death by his Son Nathan Macias and parents. Rafael is survived by his loving wife Juana Macias and their daughter Ana Macias. As well as his siblings Ricardo Macias Timoteo Macias Jr. and Susana Macias. The family will receive friends on Thursday, February 22nd from 1pm to 8 pm and a rosary will be recited at 6:30 pm. The following day, Friday, February 23rd we will reunite at St James Catholic Church for a mass at 11am and procession to follow to the final resting place of Mr. Macias, Calvary Hill Catholic Cemetery. Rafael Macías nació el 30 de agosto de 1962 de su madre Josefina García y su padre Timoteo Macías en Chicago, Illinois. Falleció a la edad de 61 años en Dallas, Texas, el 18 de febrero de 2024. El Sr. Macías es precedido en la muerte por su hijo Nathan Macías y sus padres. A Rafael le sobreviven su amada esposa Juana Macías y su hija Ana Macías. Así como sus hermanos Ricardo Macías Timoteo Macías Jr. y Susana Macías. La familia recibirá a los amigos el jueves 22 de febrero de 1pm a 8 pm y se rezará el rosario a las 6:30pm. Al día siguiente, viernes 23 de febrero, nos reuniremos en la Iglesia Católica St James para una misa a las 11 am y una procesión para seguir hasta el lugar de descanso final del Sr. Macías, el Cementerio Católico Calvary Hill.