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Loughridge Murrell Jr

Apr 18, 1951 - Nov 25, 2023

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Arlington, TX

With humble acceptance of God's will, we announce the passing of Loughridge "Lock" Clark Murrell Jr. , 72 years of age, of Arlington Texas. After a long illness, Lock passed peacefully at home with his beloved wife, Penny Murrell at his side.A Visitation will be held at 10 o'clock a. m. on Friday, December 1st at Shannon Rose Hill Funeral Chapel. Funeral Service will be held following visitation with Jim Brewer, officiating. Burial will follow at Cope Cemetery, Mansfield, Texas. Loughridge "...Read More

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Steven Randy Easterling

Aug 10, 2001 - Feb 17, 2024

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Arlington, TX

Steven Randy Easterling age 22 received heavenly wings in his mother, father, and sisters arms on February 17, 2024 at Medical City Arlington Hospital after a long heroic battle of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. Steven was a native of New Orleans, La born on August 10, 2001 to parents Danielle McCall and Stephon Easterling jr. He attended Schaumburg Elementary School and was awarded ‘Most Achieved Student Of The Year”. He proudly graduated from Abramson Sci Academy Senior High School in June 2020. Steven, known to most as”Big Daddy”, and Steve O to his grandmothers. Steven was and will remain a spirit of enlightenment. He brought laughter into every room, Steven O loved and cherished his family. He was outspoken, easy to talk to, gave great advice and had a big heart. Steven was the comedian of the family, he always kept us laughing. Big Daddy was handsome, a gentleman, and a ladies man. He was a competitive gaming genius and launched his own YouTube gaming channel. He would stay up all night playing everything from NBA 2k to Farming Simulator. His favorite YouTubers to watch were Cory X Kenshin and Dashie. Steven also enjoyed art and dream of becoming an architect. Some of his favorite pastimes were watching scary movies, listening to music and eating good food. Steven had a strong will to live,He fought until the end. He was Kobe Bryant to the Duchenne. He was our HERO. Steven never complained or had a negative attitude despite his illness. He was always strong in spirit. His favorite quote was “YO BOY GOOD ” He was preceded in death by his big brother Stephon Robert Easterling, his great grandfather’s Randolph Auzenne, Ishom McCall, Henry Smith, and Julius Hunter Jr., great grandmother Billie Sue McCall, Dotsie Jean Easterling, and uncles Shavis McCall, Richard LaFargue Sr., Alvin LaFargue and cousin Ro’sean Easterling. He leaves to cherish his memories and will be missed everyday by his mother Danielle McCall, father Stephon Easterling, Jr. (wife Jennifer), sister Salina Easterling, Mason Easterling, and grandparents Troy Auzenne, Sherman McCall (wife Donalyn), Sheila Lenaris, Stephon Easterling, Sr. (wife Genevieve), great grandparents Joyce Hunter, Regina Smith, Otis Easterling, Elaine Auzenne, and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, other relatives and friends. Services entrusted to the caring staff of Wade Family Funeral Home. Repast at Word of Peace International Ministry,INC 2044 N. Hwy 360 Grand Prairie Tx 75052 Please sign the guestbook online at My Son, It broke my heart to lose you. But you did not go alone, A part of me went with you The day God called you home. A million times I’ve thought of you, A million times I’ve cried. If loving could have saved you, You would have never died. Forgive me lord, I’ll always weep, For my son I loved so much, But yet I could not keep. Rest Now IN PEACE WITH No PAIN MY SWEET BABY BOY.

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Jerry Hatfield

Nov 05, 1941 - Feb 28, 2024

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Arlington, TX

Jerry Hatfield, age 82, of Arlington, Texas passed away on Wednesday, February 28, 2024. The family is planning a Celebration of Jerry's life at a later date. In lieu of flowers, please make donations in Jerry's name to a charity of your choice. Jerry was a native Texan, born in Fort Worth. He was in a rewarding career as a Construction Superintendent and retired from the business 12 years ago. After retirement, Jerry did what he loved best, watching old westerns. He is preceded in death by his parents; and his 5 siblings. Jerry is survived by his wife, Shari; children, Greg Rose (Colette), Heather Hatfield Fulton, Michael Chad Hatfield, and Robin Hatfield DeWees; 7 grandchildren; sisters, Judy Hatfield Chappell and Ellen Hatfield Bell; and at 102 years old, his mother-in-law, Ellie Tetzlaff. He is also survived by his lifelong friend, Joe Cronin.

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William Nevius

Apr 10, 1941 - Feb 23, 2024

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Arlington, TX

William Nevius, age 82, of Arlington, Texas passed away on Friday, February 23, 2024. A visitation for William will be held Monday, March 4, 2024 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM at Moore Funeral Home, 1219 North Davis Drive, Arlington, TX 76012. A funeral service will occur Monday, March 4, 2024 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM, 1219 North Davis Drive, Arlington, TX 76012. An interment will occur Monday, March 4, 2024 from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM at Moore Funeral Home & Memorial Gardens, 1219 N Davis Dr, Arlington, TX 76012.

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Nicholas Andrew Cordova

Apr 13, 1988 - Feb 14, 2024

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Arlington, TX

Nicholas Andrew Cordova, known to many as Nick, passed away at the age of 35 in Arlington, Texas, surrounded by those who loved him most in this world. He was born on April 13, 1988, in Dallas, Texas, and went on to work in management at the University of Texas at Arlington for the last six years. Nicholas was an amazing individual from the day he was born. He was a smart, loving and kind person who only wanted the best for his family and friends. Nick hoped others would also be supportive and kind to all. When he realized not everyone had those traits, he was saddened. Nick graduated from Lamar High School in Arlington, Texas. His life was filled with love for his family and a passion for technology and gaming. Nick will be remembered as a dependable individual who always participated in family gatherings. He was often seen helping his mother, grandmother, or aunt with various tasks and was admired for his fun and common knowledge facts of life. Nick enjoyed spending hours playing games with his family, creating cherished memories that will be treasured forever.Those who knew Nick best remember him as a man whose presence exuded kindness and gentleness. His sense of humor brought joy to those around him, making everyone feel at ease. Nick enjoyed being part of a bowling league in the past and recently took pleasure in playing pool during family gatherings and tournaments.Among his hobbies and interests were collecting playing cards and scarves, bowling, and playing pool. Nick's proudest accomplishments include being a hardworking individual who consistently supported and strengthened his family through his unwavering kindness.Nick is survived by his loving mother Dianna Cordova, passionate grandmother Victoria Valdez, caring aunt Virginia A. DeTuro, supportive uncle Phil B. Cordova Jr., cousins Phil B. Cordova III, Dannielle DeTuro, Isabella DeTuro who loved him immensely, as well as numerous extended family members in Colorado. He will be met in heaven and rejoice with family members, including his great grandmother Veronica Cordova and aunt Louise.In honoring the life of Nicholas Andrew Cordova, let us hold onto the memories of his warm heart, infectious laughter, and selfless nature that touched the lives of all who had the privilege of knowing him. May he rest in peace knowing that he will forever be cherished and remembered with love.In lieu of flowers the family asks that you light a candle for Nicholas or if you'd like, plant a tree.

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Christa I Harville

Aug 13, 1936 - Feb 21, 2024

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Arlington, TX

Christa I Harville, 87, passed away on February 21, 2024, in Arlington, Texas. Christa was born on August 13, 1936, in Hanau, Germany to parents Heinrich and Ilse Baumann. Christa grew up in Hanau, Germany, graduating from high school and attending trade school there. While she was clerking at a local business, and while traveling to work one day, she met a man in the US Army stationed there, that found her irresistible.Christa married that military man, Lee Harville, a couple of short years later in Hanau in 1955. They were happily married for 37 years, until Lee’s passing in 1992. During their marriage Christa worked at Goodyear Tire and Rubber in Dallas, Texas until retiring from there at an early age. She then worked as a teller at Sunbelt Savings in Arlington before moving to employment in the registrar’s office at the University of Texas at Arlington until her retirement from there. Christa enjoyed many hobbies, including macramé, leaded glass design, playing bridge and her favorite hobby of all, bowling. She loved exercise of all kinds. Dancing, walking her beloved dogs, tai chi, and rollerblading with her daughter well into her seventies. After retiring from UTA and being a widow, Christa began traveling; visiting places around the world such as the Great Wall of China, Vietnam, Europe as well as several Eastern Bloc countries and river cruises around the world. She loved to visit all cities and try all kinds of cuisines and was a member of many social groups, including Who’s Who of Dallas, Friends of Bacchus wine club, local gourmet dinner groups, and several card playing groups. Season tickets to Bass Hall in Fort Worth and Arlington Symphony in Arlington were a part of her cultural fun. Christa was preceded in death by both of her parents and the love of her life, her husband, Lee Harville. Christa is survived by her son Lee Harville, Jr and wife Julie of Bedford, TX; daughter Sharon Harville and husband James Pierson of Arlington, TX; brothers Dirk Baumann and wife Anne of Colleyville, TX, Ralph Baumann and wife Isi of Delta, Ontario, Canada, and Harald Baumann of Rodenbach, Germany; grandchildren Sabrina Nabors of Euless, TX, Pennie Ewing of Hurst, TX and Jeremiah Ewing of Weatherford, TX; great grandson Hunter Nabors of Euless, TX, and her dog, Joey. A funeral service will be held at Emerald Hills Funeral Home and Memorial Park, 500 Kennedale Sublett Rd., Kennedale, TX on March 6, 2024, at 11:00AM. A visitation will be held at the same location on March 5, 2024, from 6:00-8:00PM. Burial will follow the memorial service at Emerald Hills. In lieu of flowers the family requests memorial donations be made to the National Kidney Foundation, Alzheimer’ Foundation, or your local animal shelter.The family wishes to extend their gratitude to her caregivers, Tonya Mitchell, Emily Bailey, LaKena Mack, Serenity Place, and AlevCare Hospice- her nurse, Cindy and her assistant, Mahagane. John 16:22- "Therefore you now have sorrow: but I will see you again and your heart will rejoice, and your joy no one will take from you."

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Jo Ann Lusk Polk

Dec 20, 1947 - Feb 23, 2024

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Arlington, TX

Jo Ann Lusk Polk, age 76, passed away on February 23, 2024 after a long battle with cancer. She was born on December20, 1947 in Ninevah, Texas to Jonathan Lusk and Phebie (Williams) Lusk. She graduated from Fredrick Douglas High School in 1966 and attended Prairie View A&M University. On August 31, 1968, she married her high school sweetheart Elmer James Polk. They had three children Gregory, Adrien, and Vincent. Jo Ann gave her life to the Lord. After Elmer retired from teh Army, they settled in Arlington, Texas, where she worked in sales and as a substitute teacher for Fort Worth ISD. If you knew Jo Ann you know she never met an stranger. Everyone she met, she greeted them with her beautiful smile and room filling laugh. Wherever she went she shaed her love for the Lord with everyone and His light shined on her. While raising her children she always welcomed their friends into her home and they became her extended children. Many times she even invited children to move in and cared for them when needed. She truly lived the word of God in her walk on Earth. Jo Ann loved with her whole heart and forgave just as much. She was willing to help all of those in need and would give her last to help those in need. Jo Ann always shared the Godly wisdom she gained throughout all the years she served God. She was a prayer warrior for her family. Jo Ann is preceded in death by her father, Jonathan Lusk, her mother Phebie Williams Lusk, her brother John Richards, two granddaughters Elaine Alvord and Addison Henry, and one grandson David Henry. She will be missed by her family. She leaves behind: her husband Elmer James Polk, oldest son Gregory J. Polk, daughter Adrien Henry (Dwayne), youngest son Vincent Polk (Jamie) along with eight grandchildren, one great grandchild, a sister Ora Lee Jackson and many nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.

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Judith (Judy) Ann Bohannon

Jan 27, 1939 - Feb 24, 2024

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Arlington, TX

Judith (Judy) Ann Bohannon passed away on Saturday, February 24, 2024 in Arlington, Texas. Judy was born on January 27, 1939 in West Orange, New Jersey to Lester and Edna Tinney. At four years old, she contracted a severe kidney disease, which led to complications, and then hospitalization. Doctors soon assessed there was little hope and she was given Christmas early. After reading a Readers Digest article about a "miracle drug", Penicillin, at Judy's beside late one night, her mother, who worked at an Edison plant, appealed to the then Governor of New Jersey, Charles Edison, son of the late Thomas Edison to try to obtain this drug. It was only being shipped overseas to the troops during World War II. Almost immediately, Edison responded (he was also from West Orange) and his wife Carolyn accompanied the drugs to the hospital. After a period of time, Judy's body responded leading to a complete recovery. Edison and Judy corresponded for over two decades.In the mid-1940's, her parents moved to the Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, where she graduated from Ft. Lauderdale High School. During that time, she became a champion baton twirler and taught occasionally at Florida State University. By mere chance, in the summer of 1958 she met the love of her life, Bob Bohannon. After several months, she was baptized into Christ and began her walk of faith in earnest. On December 26, 1959, she and Bob were married while he was a senior at Georgia Tech. Upon Bob's graduation in 1960, she established their first home in New York City, where she promptly went to work for Pan American Airways with Bob. It was there that their first child, Kim was born. From there they moved to Monmouth, New Jersey for a stint in the Army and then back to New York City. Shortly thereafter in 1962 they were transferred to Miami, Florida where their other two children, Lynn and Robert, Jr., were born. Before returning back north to Connecticut in 1975, Judy taught kindergarten at Atlantic Christian School for about 10 years. During the late 1990's and early 2000's, Judy became Mam-ma to three beautiful granddaughters.While spending the next 15 years in Connecticut, Judy was the office administrator at Stamford Church of Christ and "watched over" two ministers. Her great sense of humor led her to play many hilarious, creative tricks on them through the years, which they both still recall.Judy's life was defined by unconditional and constant love for everyone and everything - children and animals alike. Her house place (A special place in her house) was filled with cards and special gifts for children and adults alike - ready for any special days and occasions. She is remembered by children, many now adults, from Camp Heavenbound as "Grandma Judy", for over 20 years, where she would twirl her fire baton one night to entertain the kids.She is survived by her husband, Bob Bohannon, their three children, Kim Bohannon (Ginger Dickerson), Lynn Bohannon Rowland (Randy Rowland), and Robert, Jr., three granddaughters, Krista, Laura and Katie Rowland and brother, lan Tinney (Laurel).Memorials:In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in memory of Judy Bohannon to: Hope to Haiti's Children @ PO Box 62328, Cincinnati, Ohio 45262, or The Non-profit Buddy Mentor Charlotte, Inc at buddymentorclt.com

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Cleo Casaudra Tanksley Martin

Apr 05, 1953 - Feb 01, 2024

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Arlington, TX

Cleo Casaudra Tanksley Martin was a caring ordained minister, wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, cousin, and friend. She transitioned from this world on February 1, 2024, at the age of 70 years old at her home in Arlington, Texas.She was born to Earl and Lula Mae Tanksley on April 5, 1953, in Deming, New Mexico. Growing up on the south side of Fort Worth, Cleo graduated from I.M. Terrell High School in 1971, and continued her education at Tarrant County Junior College South Campus where she completed her associate degree. Cleo married her husband, Curtis C. Martin in January of 1974 who preceded her in death in 2007. Together, they had three children: Casaudra, Cetonya, Corrie, and gained a bonus son, Roderick.Cleo loved to love on people. She was everyone’s "Mother or Mama Cleo." She shared her love through her work in ministry, cooking, baking, sewing, crafting, singing, dancing, and traveling the world. She once said her trip to Africa was one, she would never forget. Cleo’s world-renowned peach cobbler, as many of you know, is easily its own legendary experience. Cleo was a huge sports fan, always cheering for her beloved Dallas Cowboys. Additionally, she was a fierce competitor in all things: spades, dominoes, trash talking, bowling league, softball, and volleyball. All that energy stemming from her youth days as a drill team dancer, prepared her for the public stage of life where she was able to shine. Singing with the DFW Mass Choir to just being a well-known pillar in the community…EVERYBODY knew Cleo.For many years Cleo worked in Finance and Insurance for prominent corporations and the US government. Cleo obtained her Diploma in Theology on January 18, 2020, which made her a Licensed Minister. She then became an Ordained Minister June 12, 2022, Cleo always had the entrepreneurial gene, inherited from her father, and now passed down to her girls, all of which suited her servant heart.Her life was a living example of one of her favorite Bible verses, Ephesians 6:7-- "Serve wholeheartedly, as if you were serving the Lord, not people." Cleo was always called to do God’s work and she did it faithfully and abundantly as a long-standing member of Destiny Pointe Christian Center. Her service leadership extended in Hospitality, Platinum Pillars, Youth teacher and Intercessory Prayer team. "To equip his people for his works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up." Ephesians 4:12. Cleo shared her wisdom as a co-founder of the Widows Closet Organization. Helping and supporting surviving spouses.Cleo is survived by her daughters Casaudra, Cetonya, and Corrie Martin. Stepsons Roderick Brown and Ehrlich Billingly. Brother: John Tanksley Sr (deceased); Sisters: Patricia Mathews, Regina Thompson (brother-in love David (Deceased), and Judy Tanksley. Sister in love Glenda Tanksley and daughter in love Melvlyn Brown. Grandchildren: Micah, Caleb, Joshua, Jordan, Jacobi, and Isaac. One great grandchild. Nieces and Nephews: Torres Tanksley Sr, Sabrina Williams, John Tanksley Jr, Derrick Martin Sr, Jeanina Martin-Griffis, Tawona Martin-Davis, Tikisha and Norris Johnson, Brandon Mathews, Trista Tanksley, Darius Thompson, Darielle Anderson, Veronica Tozzi and J. Breilan Tanksley. Cousins: Ruthie Brookins (deceased), Brenda White, Debra White, Joyce and Bill Caldwell, Cynthia White, Alize Lee Reed, and Alvernia Tanksley. Although there are a host of many more loved ones not mentioned, all of whom she loved deeply.We thank you Lord for sharing your daughter with us in this life. Her service is now complete and will forever be with us. "Well done thy good and faithful servant…" Luke 19:17

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Cristian Juarez Giron

Feb 02, 2024 - Feb 02, 2024

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Arlington, TX

Cristian Juarez Giron nació Febrero 2, 2024 en Arlington, Texas.Entro en descanso Febrero 2, 2024 and Arlington, Texas.Le Sobreviven...Madre: Maria Padre: Alex Hermana: PricillaHermanos: Pedro y BladimirCristian sera recordado con mucho amor y cariño por su familia.

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Oscar Fidencio Fuentes

Nov 22, 1935 - Feb 05, 2024

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Arlington, TX

Oscar Fidencio Fuentes nacio Noviembre 22, 1935 enSan Cojutepeque, El Salvador.Entro en descanso Febrero 5, 2024 en Arlington, Texas.Le sobreviven...Esposa: DoraHija: DoraHijo: JulioY sus nietos Nathalie, Sabrina, Altagracia, Khloe, Aseneth, Adriana y RominaOscar sera recordado con mucho amor y cariño por su estimada familia y amigos.----Oscar Fidencio Fuentes was born on November 22, 1935 in San Cojutepeque, El Salvador.He entered into rest on February 5, 2024 in Arlington, Texas.Mr. Oscar is survived by...Le sobreviven...Wife: DoraDaughter: DoraSon: Julioand his grandchildrenNathalie, Sabrina, Altagracia, Khloe, Aseneth, Adriana y RominaOscar will be remembered dearly by his family and friends.

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