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Marilyn Adcock

Oct 07, 1929 - Dec 04, 2023

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Lewisville, TX

Our beloved mother, Marilyn Jean Hill Adcock, passed into glory at age 94 on Monday, December 4, 2023 at 4pm. A resident of Highland Village, Texas, and former resident of Nicholasville, Ky. , she passed from this life at her home, surrounded by her children. Marilyn was born on October 7, 1929 in Graham, Kentucky. She is preceded in death by her husband Jack K. Adcock on March 10, 2010. Also preceding her in death are her parents, William Fred Hill and Edith Evelyn Todd Hill of Depoy, Kentucky,...Read More

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Gerry R. McBride, Sr.

May 11, 1941 - Feb 17, 2024

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Lewisville, TX

Gerry R. McBride, Sr. passed away peacefully at home in Lewisville, TX, surrounded by his family, on February 17, 2024. He was 82 years old born May 11, 1941 to Ira R. and Mary F. (Schenkel) McBride, in Huntington, IN. He was married 64 years ago, on December 19, 1959 in Marion, IN, to Sandra S. Markland who survives.He graduated from Marion High School where his father was a teacher. He attended Indiana University and received his degree in Business Administration from Danville (Illinois) Area Community College. He worked in manufacturing management until retirement. He was lead singer and guitar player in a bluegrass band, and his other passion was woodworking.He was preceded in death by his parents, brothers Emil J. McBride and Harold McBride, and sister Sabra C. BarrettSurvivors in addition to his wife are sons Gerry R. (Linda) McBride, Jr. and Mark A. McBride; daughters Stephanie Jayne McBride and Julie A. (Tony) Siciliano; sister Mary E. (Scott) Knighton; and seven grandchildren including Courtney Sauls, Kerri Koch and Kayli Koch.A private service will be held at a later date.

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Hannah Rose Calderon

Aug 14, 2002 - Feb 12, 2024

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Lewisville, TX

Hannah Rose Calderon August 14, 2002 – February 12, 2024 Heaven has a new angel. Hannah Rose Calderon left us much too soon. She went to be with the Lord on February 12, 2024. She had some issues in this life, but she is safe in the arms of Jesus now. Hannah was born on August 14, 2002, in Carrollton, TX. She lived most of her life in Lewisville, TX, where she lived until the Lord took her home. She grew up in a loving home with parents and many siblings and grandparents close by. She is survived by her parents, Edward and Serena Calderon, her grandparents Steve and Mary Thomas, aunt and uncle Richard and Paula Thompson, aunt and uncle Norma and Rudy Montalvo, and siblings Eva Calderon, Anna Calderon, Josh Taylor, Danielle Utley, Allison Lewis, and Mary Jansing, plus a host of cousins, nieces and nephews. She is proceeded in death by her brother Braedon. Hannah was a very loving young woman with a childlike manner, and everyone loved her. She was expressive, loved to hug everyone, and was quick to tell people “I Love You”. She has many friends, and she never met a stranger. She is being missed so much by so many. She loved playing games and spent a lot of time with her Po-k-e-mon card collection. And she loved walking all over town. But perhaps her favorite activity was swimming. Her poppy (grandpa) would take her to the fitness center and she’d spend hours in the pool. She knew everyone there and they all knew her. Hannah was quite a photographer. She’d take pictures of clouds, and really anything that she found interesting when out riding or walking. She took a lot of pictures in the fall of sunsets and animals and houses decorated for Halloween and Christmas. She also spent a great deal of time with her poppy. They were inseparable and spent much time together. They’d ride around town, drive over the Grapevine dam, and spent many hours driving around Lewisville Lake Park. Her last words to him were “I love you poppy, to infinity times infinity times infinity!”. Hannah did not have a mean side. She was bright and smiling and nice to everyone. She had friends all over town. Everyone loved Hannah. One of her favorite phrases when something was very extreme was "like no other". Hannah will be missed like no other. The family is grateful and overwhelmed by the outpouring of support and love by so many people. A celebration of life service will be held On Saturday, February 24, at 1:00 pm at the Mulkey-Mason Chapel at 740 S. Edmonds Lane, Lewisville, Texas 75067. Everyone is welcome to come and help us celebrate this remarkable young woman. Attendees are encouraged to wear bright clothes, bright and colorful like Hannah! In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Hannah’s name to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation at www.jdrf.org. There are no gallery images.

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Francisco Javier Cortez-Benitez

Dec 14, 1965 - Feb 12, 2024

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Lewisville, TX

Gracias por ser un gran hombre, hijo, hermano, esposo, padre, amigo y fiel servidor tan ejemplar. Siempre demostraste que, aunque nadie es perfecto, todos tenemos la responsabilidad de esforzarse por dar en la vida nuestra mejor versión. Gracias por siempre estar enfocado en trabajar tan duro por tu familia y así estar siempre preparado para lo que vendría en un futuro. Gracias por demostrar tu fortaleza hasta el final. Te amamos y esperamos verte con esa sonrisa nuevamente. (Job 14:14,15)(Juan 5:24)

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Robert Anton Falkenberg, Jr.

Jul 04, 1928 - Feb 11, 2024

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Lewisville, TX

Robert Anton Falkenberg, Jr. Born July 4, 1928 as Robert Anton Falkenberg, Jr. those who knew and loved him called him Bobby, Dad and PaPa. At the age of 17, Bobby enlisted in the Merchant Marines and toured Italy and France. In 1945, he married Peggy Evelyn Thompson. Peggy Thompson Falkenberg passed away in 1989. In 1991, Bobby married Annalyne Bosco. In 1984, Bobby founded Falkenberg Construction which still operates today and recently celebrated 40 years in business. In 1991, Bobby retired giving the business to his employees. His company is built on quality of work and honesty. These two qualities were Bobby’s foundation of life. Bobby is survived by his wife Annalyne Falkenberg, Daughter Virginia and husband Richard Schroeder, Stepson Brad Dorethy and wife Natalie, Sister Wanda Falkenberg Hobbs, Brother Charles Falkenberg and wife Wanda, Grandchildren Madison and husband Cole, Cade, Evan and Gianna, and many nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by Parents Robert Falkenberg, Sr. and wife Carrie Meine Falkenberg, first wife, Peggy Thompson Falkenberg of Vernon Texas, Sisters: Marie Shelton and husband DW Shelton, Elaine Boyles and husband Louis, Loretta Coonce and husband Albert, Dorothy Wellborn and husband Earl, and Brother-in-Law Norman Hobbs. Known as a generous and compassionate man who loved Jesus, he will be greatly missed. His love for children extended into volunteering for many years in First Baptist Church of Denton preschool Sunday School Department. Donations in his honor may be made to First Denton Preschool Ministry, 1100 Malone Street, Denton, Texas 76201. Bobby will be interred at Roselawn Cemetery. Services will be held at Mulkey Mason Funeral Home 740 S. Edmonds Lane, Lewisville, Texas 75067 on Monday February 19, 2024 at 11:30 am. There are no gallery images.

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Mary Angela Timmons

Feb 24, 1954 - Feb 09, 2024

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Lewisville, TX

Mary Angela Timmons, 69, passed away on February 9 in Lewisville, Texas. Mary was born in Kinsale, County Cork, Ireland on February 24, 1954. She is a graduate of Doane College in Crete, Nebraska. Mary is preceded in death by her parents Patrick and Maureen Timmons. She is survived by, and will be deeply missed by her partner Deborah Watson, her siblings Teresa (and Jim) Byrne, Carmel Bollard, Martin Timmons, Sean Timmons, and Gerard (and Liz) Timmons. Her nieces and nephews: Lauren, Susan, Victoria, Katie, Louise, David, Stephen, Dylan and Daniel. Mary worked for the Irish Government prior to emigrating to the U.S. She worked as a software developer and information technology consultant for various companies in numerous states in the U.S., including New York, Maine, Iowa, Nebraska, Alaska and Texas. She received several honors and recognition of achievement from her employers. Her talents and personal interests included playing the accordion, golfing, reading, storytelling, traveling, and visiting with friends and family. She was also grounded in her spirituality. Mary will be remembered as kind, fun-loving, generous, good-humored and quick-witted. She was often the life of the party. A Memorial Service and Celebration of Life will be held at Mulkey-Mason Funeral Home, 740 S. Edmonds Ln., Lewisville, TX. Date and time of service is pending. There will also be a special service and Celebration of Life in her homeland of Ireland at a later date. Mary supported the American Cancer Society and the SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals). In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given to either organization to honor Mary Timmons. Her family and close friends wish to extend their sincere thanks to Heart to Heart Hospice and the wonderful staff at Breezewood Home (assisted living) in Lewisville, Texas. There are no gallery images.

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Dorothy Jane Dudley

Aug 25, 1934 - Feb 11, 2024

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Lewisville, TX

Dorothy Jane Dudley 89, of Comanche, Tx, passed away on February 11, 2024, in Lewisville, Texas. Born on August 25, 1934 in Connersville, IN, she was the cherished daughter of the late Earl and Mae Wagner. She loved to crochet, word puzzles, her dog Rosie, and being with her family. Dorothy leaves behind a legacy of love and cherished memories. She is survived by her children, Arnold (Reba) Dudley, Barbara (Jerry) Gaddy, and Thomas (Becky) Dudley, her grandchildren, Kevin, Kimberley, Alicia, Dustin, Locke, Christina, Edward, Laurie and Jennifer and her twelve great grandchildren. Dorothy was preceded in death by her husband of 60 years, Herbert (Bud), her parents, 2 sisters and 5 brothers. Her absence will be profoundly felt by her family, friends, and all who had the pleasure of knowing her. She will be remembered for goofy sense of humor and the immense amount of love she had for those close to her. To order flowers, please contact our local florists at Comanche Florist (325) 356-9377, Johnson Florist (325) 356-2220, The Gustine Flower Shop (325) 330-3097, or La-Te-Da Florist (325) 356-0329.

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Barrett Kane Wooldridge

Feb 06, 2002 - Jan 31, 2024

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Lewisville, TX

"Barrett Kane Wooldridge, age 21 of Lewisville, Texas, passed away on January 31st, 2024 in a tragic traffic accident. Barrett Wooldridge was born on February 6th, 2002 in Carrollton, Texas to adoring parents Jessica (Elliott) and Lucas Wooldridge. Barrett grew up in Lewisville, Texas with his siblings, Landon and Tatum, graduating from Marcus High School in 2020. Barrett continued his education at Universal Technical Institute in Irving and graduated in 2023. Barrett was proudly serving his country as a specialist with the Army Reserves 957th Quartermaster Company at the time of his passing. Barrett enjoyed being active. He was a competitive gymnast for 5 years at Texas Dreams Gymnastics. After graduating high school, he decided to take a different path but continued to work towards challenging himself physically in the gym and working on his fitness goals. Barrett loved the open road and getting on his motorcycle was the highlight of his day. Barrett’s most treasured memories were the times he spent connecting with family and friends. Barrett is preceded in death by his grandfathers, Tommy Joe Elliott and Dickie Frank Wooldridge; his great grandfathers William Miles, David Elliott, James Buelman Sr., and Dalton Wooldridge; and his great grandmothers, Victoria Miles, Marguritte Elliott, Jeannette Cussio, and Joyce Thomas. Barrett is survived by his loving parents, Jessica and Lucas Wooldridge; his brother, Landon Wooldridge; his sister, Tatum Wooldridge; his grandmothers, Chris Elliott and Carole Wooldridge; his uncles, Sam, Hunter, Kyle, Kris, Daniel, Todd Barbian and Todd Wiley; his aunts, Aimee, Jess, Monica, Kalie, and Heather; his cousins, Aidan and Austin Wooldridge, Brooklyn, Kyndal and Karter Wooldridge, Callum and Cade Barbian, Sydnee and Adi Abrams, Cohen Buelman; many great aunts and uncles with their families; and numerous friends and other people whose lives Barrett touched. The family invites all who knew Barrett to join them Tuesday, February 13th, 2024 at 2 o’clock p.m. at Trietsch Church, located at 6101 Morriss Rd, Flower Mound, TX 75028. A reception and time of fellowship will follow the chapel service. In lieu of flowers, the family asks for donations in Barrett’s name to the Wounded Warrior Project."

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James Munoz

Died : Jan 27, 2024

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Lewisville, TX

James was many things; a son to Rick Munoz and Judi Brambrink, a brother to Elizabeth Hawbaker, Crystal Glover and Brittany Munoz, a husband to Nancy Lee and father to Orion, Valerie and Apollo, a teacher to countless students including his niece and nephew, Luke and Sarah, and a friend to almost everyone he met. James had a great capacity for love of all things in nature, animals, family and most of all, music. His greatest gift was teaching and claimed that teaching music was his super power. There is a treasure trove of music videos, poems and music compositions to re-visit any time we miss him. He left us too soon, but our great faith and our hope of Heaven assures all who knew James he is now playing music with angels and we will be united to love and laugh again. There are no gallery images.

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Linda Nell Anderson

Sep 05, 1947 - Jan 22, 2024

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Lewisville, TX

On Monday January 22nd, 2024, Linda Nell Anderson, loving wife and mother passed away at the age of 76 after a six-year battle with Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease. Linda was born on September the 5th 1947 in Lubbock TX to Randolph and Viola (Burton) Greene. Linda studied art education at Texas Tech university in Lubbock, transferred to the University of Houston where she earned her Batchelor’s degree. Linda was a certified all level art teacher for life, state of Texas. On June 2nd 19 67 Linda married Gregory Don Anderson in Lubbock TX. They raised two sons Zachary and Tyler. Linda was a true renaissance woman, while her education was in art education, she found business administration to be more suited to her. She retired as the assistant to the regional director of ServiceMaster corporation. She was honored twice with the highest award given an employee. Linda's art came through in the over 100 quilts she designed and made. Linda loved to travel and go om adventures, she played golf, enjoyed bowling, gardening, stamp collecting saltwater fishing and camping. Linda was very active in the daughters of the American Revolution and served as reagent for the Cross Timbers chapter. Linda was a dedicated genealogist. Linda was preceded in death by her father, Randolph (Randy), and her mother, Viola. She is survived by her husband Greg, their sons, Tyler, Zachary, Jami (Zachary’s wife) and their two sons Isaac and Oliver. She is also survived her two sisters Betty, Sharla, and several cousins, nieces, and a nephews. A funeral service will be held on Friday, February 16th, 2024, at the Episcopal Church of the Annunciation on 602 North Old Orchard Lane Lewisville, TX 75077 at 11 o’clock a.m. If you desire, please make donations to the Alzheimer's Association. There are no gallery images.

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Mary Nell Dykes

Sep 11, 1929 - Feb 09, 2024

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Lewisville, TX

Mary Nell Dykes passed away peacefully on February 9th, 2024. She was born on September 11th, 1929 in Quitman, Texas. Mary lived a full life and was a quick friend to everyone she met. Her sense of humor will be remembered by all who met her. When she wasn’t enjoying time with friends or family she was likely singing and dancing to country music. She also loved football and rooting for her Dallas Cowboys and Fighting Texas Aggies. Mary had a 20- year career with the Arlington ISD as an Administrative Assistant. She is preceded in death by her parents Virgil and Jewell Puckett. Her first husband Gerald Turner and her husband of 39 years Jack Dykes. She is survived by her children Brent Turner and his wife Colleen, Beverly Latta, Greg Dykes and his wife Nancy. Her grandchildren Shannon Phillips and her husband Justin, Jacy Way and her husband Matt, Brianna Dykes, Dean Latta, Greg Latta and 3 great grandchildren. A graveside Memorial Service will be held at a later date in Mineola, Texas. The family would like to thank Christina, the Staff at Lewisville Estates, and her nurse Kim for their wonderful care of Mary the last few years. They would also like to the thank the nurses with Silver Stone Hospice Care. There are no gallery images.

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