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Kathleen Roquemore

Sep 01, 1954 - Nov 25, 2023

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Dallas, TX

"Kathleen Marie Roquemore, 69, passed away on November 25, 2023, in Dallas, Texas. She will be sincerely missed by her loving family, devoted friends, and all the wonderful individuals who knew and loved her. Services are pending. Full obit to follow soon. "

Obituary Source:https://www.restlandfuneralhome.com/obituaries//Kathleen-Roquemore

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Nancy Ellen Holden

Mar 05, 1942 - Feb 27, 2024

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Dallas, TX

Nancy Ellen Holden, 81, passed away on Tuesday, February 27, 2024 in Dallas, Tx. Graveside Service: 2:00 p.m., Saturday, March 9, 2024 at Springtown Cemetery in Springtown, Tx. Nancy was born March 5, 1942 in Fort Worth, Tx. to Waldron Sandlin and Myrtle Lane Sandlin. Full obituary to follow. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of , please .

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Jason Robert Russell

Sep 16, 1978 - Feb 26, 2024

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Dallas, TX

Jason Robert Russell, 45, passed away Monday, February 26, 2024 in Dallas. Memorial Service: 3:00 P.M. Saturday, March 2, 2024 at North Side Baptist Church in Weatherford. Jason was born September 16, 1978 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to James and Judith Russell. An obituary will be posted when available. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of , please .

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William Lanman

Oct 31, 1944 - Feb 04, 2024

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Dallas, TX

William (Bill) Lanman, 79, joined his Lord and heavenly family February 4, 2024, in Dallas, Texas. He is the son of the late Dale and Irish mother Masie (Logan) Lanman of Circleville, Ohio. Also preceded is death by brothers Dale (Hootie), Charly, sister Vivian (Bozman) Lanman, and Granddaughter Alexis Lanman.Bill passed away with his wife of 58 years Carma (Spangler) and family members by his side.Along with his wife he is survived by sons David (Becky), Mark (Karen), Aaron (Nicole), and Patrick (Tara) and six grandchildren, Meagan (Alex), Katelyn, Lindsey, Brett, Avery, and Adam. A sister Sheila (Jeff) and sister-in-law Kay.Bill graduated from Circleville High School, class of 62. Bill made his career and retired after 32 years working with the GTE Phone Company. He started as a lineman, climbing poles in the snow, and became area supervisor in Circleville and Athens, Ohio, Weslaco and Garland, Texas, and finally retiring in Lexington, Kentucky.Bill served in the United States Marine CORPS. He was a member, and held many officer positions, in the Elks, American Legion, and a 32nd Degree Mason. Bill also served as a Reserve Deputy Sheriff in Athens County Ohio. Bill enjoyed helping people and riding his Harley.An online memorial service is scheduled for March 4th, 2024, at 7:30 PM (eastern time). Please attend by going to http://tinyurl.com/yc27z8r8. Family and friends will be honored to hear your stories about him. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of William Lanman, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Dr. W. Larry Lundy

Jan 04, 1929 - Feb 23, 2024

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Dallas, TX

Dr. W. Larry Lundy, 95, was an acclaimed podiatrist, businessman, community servant, husband, father, and grandfather. He was born Willie Larry Lundy in Selma, Alabama on January 4, 1929, and went home to be with the Lord in Dallas, Texas on Friday, February 23, 2024. At a young age, Dr. Lundy accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior at First Baptist Church in Selma. Following graduation from Selma’s A.G. Parrish High School, he went on to attend Knoxville College in Tennessee where he held several jobs to help pay for his education. While Dr. Lundy stayed busy working and studying, he also managed to play football, run track, and pledge to the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. in 1950. After graduating from Knoxville College in 1952, he was accepted to the Illinois College of Podiatric Medicine where he earned his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM) degree in 1956. Excited about working as a podiatrist, Dr. Lundy did his residency in Chicago where he also met his wife, Mary. In 1960, the young couple moved to Cleveland, Ohio, where Dr. Lundy set up his podiatry practice and their son and daughter were born. He became a clinical instructor at the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine teaching podiatry students. In 1969, Dr. Lundy was recruited to be the first African American ambulatory foot surgeon in Dallas, Texas. He purchased a home in Hamilton Park and joined the Hamilton Park United Methodist Church where he was an active member and served in various leadership roles for over 55 years. During his time in Dallas, Dr. Lundy set up his own practice on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard where he served the community for over 50 years. He later opened a second foot clinic in Hamilton Park in North Dallas until the city acquired the surrounding area to open the now Robert E. Price Post Office. Dr. Lundy also treated patients at several hospitals, including Forest Avenue Hospital which was among the first Black-owned hospitals in Dallas, St. Paul Medical Center, and Methodist Hospital in Oak Cliff. Dr. Lundy was known to make house calls and visit nursing homes to care for his senior patients. His legacy of care went well beyond his tireless medical work. The Lundy home in Cleveland and Dallas was a place where family members could stay as they started their careers. Dr. Lundy was also involved in the Dallas community where he supported organizations including Omega Psi Phi Fraternity (lifetime member), the Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center, the Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce, the Cotton Bowl Kiwanis Club, the Knights of Pythias Federal Credit Union, Park South Family YMCA, Moorland YMCA, and the NAACP (lifetime member). Throughout the years, Dr. Lundy received numerous awards and recognition for his business accomplishments and community service. Some of his accolades included Podiatrist of the Year from the Dallas County Podiatric Medical Association, the Dallas Black Chamber Quest for Success Award honoring entrepreneurs, the NAACP Juanita Craft Award, and Honorary Grand Marshall of the annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Parade. He also helped start several businesses, including one of the first Black banks in Dallas (Sunbelt National Bank) and Lim’s Cafeteria. Dr. Lundy loved to work out and believed in staying fit and healthy. He joined the Cooper Aerobics Center, ran in several marathons, and worked out well into his 90s. He was a Renaissance man and lifelong learner, taking on subjects like calligraphy and Spanish classes and learning how to snow ski. One of Dr. Lundy’s favorite mantras was “You have to keep on moving!” He was preceded in death by his wife, Mary Lee (Houchins) Lundy; his parents, Willie and Hettie (Crumpton) Lundy; four brothers - Isaac Lamar Lundy, Sylvester Lundy, John Donald Lundy, and Augustus Larry Lundy; and three sisters - Carrie L. Hunter, Marzetta Lundy Baldwin, and Bertha Lee Smith. Dr. Lundy leaves many to cherish loving and lasting memories, including his son, Larry W. Lundy, and his wife, Audrey Lundy; his daughter, Andrea Breedlove, and her husband, Joe Breedlove, Jr.; his grandchildren - Laurence W. Lundy III, McKenna Breedlove, and Joseph Breedlove III; his sister, Lizzie Maye Farr; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends. The family would like to extend its sincere gratitude to the nurses and staff of Emerson on Harvest Hill, Carrara Rehabilitation Center, Hillcrest of North Dallas, Medical City Dallas, Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Plano, and Faith Presbyterian Hospice Care of T. Boone Pickens Center.

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Bishop Reginald Williams, Sr.

May 30, 1951 - Feb 24, 2024

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Dallas, TX

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Jose Cabrera

Jul 25, 1960 - Feb 26, 2024

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Dallas, TX

Jose Cabrera was born on July 25, 1960 in Cuanajo, Michoacan, Mexico. He entered into rest on February 26, 2024 in Dallas, Texas. Jose is survived by his mother Chonita; for brother Mario; nephews and nieces. His final resting place will be Restland memorial Park in Dallas, Texas.

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Ramiro Pineda Torres

Sep 23, 1969 - Feb 26, 2024

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Dallas, TX

Ramiro Pineda Torres was born on September 23, 1969 in Tzicatlan, Puebla, Mexico. He entered into rest on February 26, 2024 in Dallas, Texas. Ramiro is survived by his father, brothers and sisters. His final resting place will be Panteon Auxiliar Municiapal Mpio. Huehuetlan El Chico, Tzicatlan, Puebla, MX. . To to the family or in memory of Ramiro Pineda Torres, please

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Lucille Shipley (Sweat) Sanderson

Nov 21, 1934 - Feb 22, 2024

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Dallas, TX

Lucille Shipley (Sweat) Sanderson (89), known to all as Lucy, passed away on February 22, 2024 surrounded in the love of her family and her husband of 66+ years. Lucy was born in Detroit on November 21, 1934, the only child of William Bailey and Mary Lucille (Shipley) Sweat. She had a sister and brother from her father's first marriage who were both married; her childhood was filled with lots of attention. Lucy grew up in Detroit; she attended Michigan State University where she received a degree in elementary education. A blind date to a basketball game and record-dance her freshman year turned into a lifetime of love. She and Leon Sanderson married June 29, 1957. Lucy taught in Grand Rapids, MI for a year before getting married. They moved to Moline, IL for Leon's work at John Deere and Lucy picked up teaching again. After about a year, Deere moved them to Des Moines, IA where they started their family and found a church home at Windsor Presbyterian. Their first baby, Debby, was with them for 10 months before succumbing to a heart ailment. Daughters Kathy and Mary soon followed, and Lucy's family life was full. Lucy was the ultimate stay-at-home mom, that didn't entail much staying at home. She made sure her daughters got to all their activities - 4H, piano, voice and art lessons, volunteered extensively at their schools, sewed many of their clothes, and she passed along her love of reading and music. Lucy always had a smile on her face. She loved travel and getting to know people from other cultures. The family took camping trips every summer to a different part of the US. Later, she and Leon traveled the world - China, Australia, Tahiti, Germany, London, Scotland, Panama, the list goes on. They both traveled with and hosted travelers with the Friendship Force. As her daughters got older, Lucy went back to education - running Christian Ed programs at the church and substitute teaching with Talented and Gifted programs in the Des Moines schools. Lucy had always been a talented knitter, but truly found her craft passion in quilting. Many friends and family have sweeter dreams under a beautiful piece of custom art created by Lucy. She and Leon moved to Dallas in 2021 to be near both daughters and found a new family of friends at Belmont Village of Turtle Creek. She and Leon quickly became regulars at the bridge table. Their love and support for each other was stronger than ever after 71 years together. Lucy is survived by her husband, Leon F. Sanderson, her daughters Kathy (Keith) Rabuse and Mary (Jon) Diamond, along with grandchildren Kalyn and Megan Rabuse and Nathan and Eric Diamond. Lucy was preceded in death by her parents, her daughter Deborah Lynn Sanderson, her sister Elizabeth (Deward) Lake, and her brother Robert (Margaret) Sweat. Services will be held March 5, 2024, 10:30am CST at Belmont Village of Turtle Creek, 3535 N Hall St, Dallas, TX 75219, with a live stream also at Windsor Presbyterian Church, 6301 University Ave, Windsor Heights, IA 50324. Live stream link: TBD Donations in lieu of flowers to Windsor Presbyterian Church are appreciated.

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Robert Leon Shiflet

Jun 15, 1943 - Feb 27, 2024

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Dallas, TX

Robert Leon Shiflet, 80, of Dallas, Texas, passed away on February 27, 2024. Born on June 15, 1943 to parents Lillian Lee (Howard) Shiflet and Nolan Leon Shiflet in Dallas, Tx. Robert grew up between his family farm in Edgewood, Texas, and the South Oakcliff area of Dallas. At a young age, he attended a tent revival in East Texas, where he was baptized and accepted Christ. He graduated from South Oakcliff High School in 1961 and went on to attend Henderson Junior College before enlisting in the United States Marine Corps in 1963. Robert completed basic training at Camp Pendleton in San Diego, California, and later served for six years in the US Marine Reserves. He deeply loved his country and cherished his time as a Marine. In 1969, Robert settled his family in East Dallas with the birth of his first daughter, Jennifer, followed by a second daughter, three years later, Shelley. Robert began his career with Mobil Oil Corporation in 1966 at the Magnolia Building of downtown Dallas. He would retire in the year 2000 after 33 years of service with the company, and many lasting friendships. In retirement, Robert enjoyed spending time with family and friends, woodworking, and working in his yard. Robert is survived by his two daughters, Jennifer Shiflet Taylor with husband Cory and granddaughters Emma and Kara of Longview, Texas, and Shelley Shiflet Rodriguez with husband Rodolfo Rodriguez and granddaughter Liliana of New Braunfels, Texas along with numerous nieces, nephews, cousins,and life long friends. A visitation is planned for Saturday, March 2, 2024, at 1:00 pm at the Hughes Family Life Celebration Center on Webb Chapel in Dallas, with a graveside service following at 3 pm at Grove Hill Cemetery.

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Ramiro Pineda Torres

Sep 23, 1969 - Feb 26, 2024

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Dallas, TX

Ramiro Pineda Torres was born on September 23, 1969 in Tzicatlan, Puebla, Mexico. He entered into rest on February 26, 2024 in Dallas, Texas. Ramiro is survived by his father, brothers and sisters. His final resting place will be Panteon Auxiliar Municiapal Mpio. Huehuetlan El Chico, Tzicatlan, Puebla, MX. . To to the family or in memory of Ramiro Pineda Torres, please

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