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Paula Garcia

Feb 18, 1963 - Nov 25, 2023

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Haltom City, TX

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Janice Clark Ainsworth

Nov 15, 1935 - Feb 20, 2024

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Haltom City, TX

HALTOM CITY - Janice Clark Ainsworth was born on November 15, 1935, in Collierstown, Virginia. After graduating from High School, she worked for the state of West Virginia and then began attending New England School of Theology in Brookline, Massachusetts, which became Berkshire Christian College. She graduated as salutatorian of the class of 1960, with her Bachelor's in Theology and a major in Christian Education. While at Berkshire, she met A. Cameron Ainsworth Jr., who became her husband in August of 1960. The two ministered in Advent Christian Churches in Clearwater, Florida, Clovis, New Mexico, Rochester, New Hampshire, Memphis, Tennessee, Fort Worth, Texas, and Torrington, Connecticut. During those years in addition to church ministry and raising their children, Janice also worked in the Juvenile Probation and Parole office in New Mexico. She also did a full 20 year career for the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service, where she became an officer and was commended on several occasions. She particularly enjoyed working on foreign adoptions during that time. Janice enjoyed people, especially children. She always taught Sunday School, and led singing with children. Even during the last 10 years of her dementia journey, she "lit up" when there were children present. Janice enjoyed painting, embroidering, quilting, sewing, singing and creating a homey environment wherever the family lived. She would tackle wallpapering or painting and made beautiful spaces in every parsonage they lived in. She was a fabulous cook, and was especially skilled at making all kinds of cookies. Janice and Cameron retired to Haltom City, Texas, in August of 2003, and she had a dream realized as they purchased the first home of their own. On Tuesday, February 20, 2024, Janice Clark Ainsworth fell asleep in Jesus. The dementia that stole so much from her over the last 10 years never touched the joy and graciousness that were an integral part of who she was. All those who took part in her care talked about her radiant smile and her kindness to them. Janice was preceded in death by her beloved husband, A. Cameron Ainsworth Jr. She leaves her daughter, Tracy Ainsworth; her son, Ariel Cameron Ainsworth III; her daughter-in- law, Lisa Ainsworth; her grandson, Cameron Joseph Ainsworth; her sister-in law, Constance Jones; a number of nieces and nephews; and a host of friends. Janice died in the hope of the Second Coming of Jesus, and rests in Him, awaiting the Resurrection morning. Funeral Service: 2 p.m. Friday, March 1, at Riverside Advent Christian Church, 2024 N. Riverside Dr., Fort Worth, Texas, 76111. Interment: Mount Olivet Cemetery. Visitation: 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, February 29, at Riverside Advent Christian Church.

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Loyce Fay Enos

May 07, 1936 - Feb 14, 2024

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Haltom City, TX

Loyce Fay Enos, 87, of Haltom City, TX, passed away on Wednesday, February 14, 2024. Service: 12 p.m. Wednesday, February 21, 2024, in Mount Olivet Chapel. Interment: Mount Olivet Cemetery. Memorials: In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Cowboy Church of Tarrant County, P. O. Box 1767, Keller, TX, 76248. Loyce was born on May 7, 1936, to Ernest and Grace McCormick in Fort Worth. She met the love of her life, Jimmy Enos, and they married on February 19, 1953, which happened to be Jim's 17th birthday. They went on to have 4 children; Jerry, Tricia, Glen and Paula. Loyce loved to play golf and travel, especially in their motor home. She also loved to shop, cook, tell jokes, and play with her grandkids. Loyce was preceded in death by her parents, Ernest and Grace McCormick; brothers, Audrey and Ricky McCormick; grandson, Jackie Hopper, Jr.; and her granddaughter, Kelli Meyers. She is survived by her husband, Jim Enos; children, Jerry (Marty) Enos, Tricia (Greg) Bednarik, Glen (Tootsie) Enos, and Paula (Steve) O'Neal; grandchildren, Stephanie, Matt, Josh, Brent, Blaine, Jimmy, Madison, Gina, Chris, Heather, Matt, and Luke; 18 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren.

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Rosario (Castro) Salinas

Jan 31, 1950 - Feb 12, 2024

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Haltom City, TX

A visitation will be held on Friday, February 16, 2023, at Roberts - Martinez Funeral Home from 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM followed by a Celebration of Life beginning at 10:00 AM. To to the family or in memory of Rosario (Castro) Salinas, please

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Bobbie Modelle Pike

Sep 17, 1940 - Feb 09, 2024

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Haltom City, TX

HALTOM CITY-Bobbie Modelle Pike, 83, peacefully passed away on Friday, February 9, 2024 surrounded by her loving family. Visitation: 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, February 20, 2024 in Mount Olivet Chapel. Funeral: 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, February 21, 2024 in Mount Olivet Chapel. Interment: Mount Olivet Cemetery. Modelle was born on September 17, 1940 in Wichita Falls, Texas to Lawrence Peeler and Estelle (Washburn) Saunders. She resided in the Fort Worth area most of her life; and this is where she and husband, Bill raised their family. Modelle was an avid reproduction doll maker and was an international instructor. Her shop, "Tomorrow's Dolls Today," was in Haltom City for many years. She was also a writer for a popular doll magazine. She will be remembered as a loving mother and MiMi. She will be greatly missed by her family and many friends. Modelle was preceded in death by loving husband, William "Bill" Pike, Jr.; parents, Lawrence Peeler and Estelle (Washburn) Saunders. Modelle is survived by her daughters, Cathy Garrison (Mike) and Dana Teal (Richard); sons, Charles Pike and Bill Pike (Sonya); grandchildren, Stephanie Miller, Michael Garrison (Jaime), Nic Miller (Amanda), Trevor Garrison (Madie), Dylan Pike, Grant Pike, Quinn Pike, Avery Pike; great grandchildren, Desmond Miller, Jack Miller and William Miller; sister, Linda Dugan (Lamar); and many nieces, nephews and dear friends. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made in Modelle's honor to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital (www.stjude.org ).

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Janet Parker Long

Jun 20, 1948 - Feb 06, 2024

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Haltom City, TX

Janet Parker Long, age 75 of Haltom City, passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family on February 6, 2024. Janet was born in Fort Worth, Texas on June 20, 1948. She graduated from Haltom High School in 1966. Janet’s life was a testament to love, family, and the joy of creating lasting memories. With a heart overflowing with affection, she found her greatest joy in spending time with her beloved grandchildren, who were the light of her life. Janet, the beloved matriarch of her family, will forever be cherished by her children, Kimberly Taylor of Roanoke, Texas, Danny Crunk and spouse Teri of Hurst, Texas, Misty Winn and spouse Joe Ramirez of Fort Worth, Texas. Her grandchildren Tiffany Buck and spouse Jason, Rance Thornton and spouse Ashley, Kenny Demont, Parker Thornton, Kristopher Demont, Karrisa Mudgett and spouse Ian, Kendyl Portalez and spouse Halston, Kelcie Crunk, Kolby Winn, and her first great grandchild Banks Portalez, expected later this month. Her siblings, brother Larry Parker and spouse Martha, sisters Renee Muchow and spouse Greg, Shari Pruitt and spouse Marland, as well as countless aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends. Janet’s home was always filled with laughter and warmth, especially during holidays when family gatherings became cherished traditions. Her grandchildren will forever treasure the sleepovers, ice cream parties, and her special chocolate milk. Janet’s legacy of kindness, compassion, and unwavering devotion to family will forever live on in the hearts of all who were fortunate enough to know her. Though she may no longer be with us in person, her love will forever be an enduring presence in the lives of her family and friends. A visitation for Janet will be held Tuesday, February 13, 2024 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home, 5725 Colleyville Blvd., Colleyville, Texas 76034. Her funeral will take place at the funeral home the following day on February 14, 2024 at 2:00 PM. Following the service the family requests that you join them for a reception.

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Janet T. Hall

Jan 22, 1937 - Feb 06, 2024

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Haltom City, TX

In Loving Memory of Janet T. Hall 1937 - 2024 A Funeral Mass will be held at Good Shepherd Catholic Community beginning at 11:00 AM To to the family or in memory of Janet T. Hall, please

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Judy Oma Brewer

Jun 07, 1946 - Feb 02, 2024

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Haltom City, TX

Judy Oma Brewer, 77, of Haltom City, Texas went to her heavenly home on Friday, February 2, 2024. She was born in Abilene, TX on June 7, 1946. She was a loving mother, step-mother, grandmother, great grandmother, and aunt. She will be dearly missed and will forever be in our hearts. She is survived by her daughter Vanessa Dally (husband Andy); stepsons Troy Brewer (wife Leanna) and Todd Brewer (wife Kristi); stepdaughter Missy Myers (husband Daniel); several grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, and one nephew; and sister-in-law Brenda Mitchell. She is preceded in death by her husband Bill Brewer; parents Ulma and Myrtle Mitchell; brothers Walt Mitchell (wife Jenell) and Tom Mitchell.

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Ella Pearl Smith

Feb 11, 1921 - Jan 26, 2024

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Haltom City, TX

FORT WORTH - Ella Pearl Smith, 102, passed away peacefully Jan. 26, 2024, in Haltom City, Texas. Funeral: 2:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 8, 2024, in Greenwood Chapel. Interment: Greenwood Memorial Park. A lifelong Texan, Ella was born Feb. 11, 1921, in Annona, Texas. Growing up she lived around Avery, Boxelder and Ben Franklin, in Red River County. During the depression her family moved in with her maternal grandparents in Childress, Texas. She returned to Red River County a few years later living on a farm. During WWII, she lived in Corpus Christi where she started her family with Virgil Smith. In 1951, she moved to Joppa, Illinois for Virgil's job as an iron worker. In 1953, she moved to Fort Worth where she lived the rest of her life, except for a few early retirement years spent on a farm in Cooper, Texas. Ella was a loving homemaker. In the sixties and seventies, she worked as a clerk at 7 to 11 Dry Cleaners located in Cox's Shopping Center near Beach Street and East Belknap Street. Later in the seventies and eighties she worked with her daughter and son-in-law, Barbara and Jim Eichelberger, at the Weiner House located at Haltom Road and East Belknap Street. Ella was a member of the Kings Highway Baptist Church, located on Kings Highway and Beach Street, for over 20 years until it closed its' doors. She was very active in the church's social events and visitation. Ella cared deeply for her family and neighbors. She cared for her mother after her father died, moving her into her home. She cared for her grandchildren, taking many of them into her home temporarily. Ella took care of Virgil, in their home for six years after he was bed-ridden from a severe stroke. Her motto was "just roll with the flow". Ella was an enthusiastic treasure hunter with Virgil. They explored school grounds and parks all over Dallas and Fort Worth with their metal detectors. She was very competitive always trying to find the most treasure. She joined the TOPS (Take Off Pounds Slowly) organization in Haltom City where she enjoyed the weekly meetings and socializing with other members. Ella was an avid gardener and loved taking care of plants, flowers and her lawn. She loved music, singing and dancing around the house as she cleaned and cooked. Ella loved sitting by the pool and listening to the Texas Rangers Baseball games on the radio with Virgil. On weekends she enjoyed playing penny ante poker or dominoes with her children and grandchildren. Ella was preceded in death by her parents, Joe Davis, Jr., and May Belle Childress of Azle, Texas; siblings, Nilon Davis of Azle, Noland Davis of Azle, Travis Davis of Corpus Christi, Texas, Earl Longer of Franklin, Texas, Reedie Payne of Azle, and Ruby Donahue of Azle; daughters, Barbara Eichelberger and Vearl Crenshaw of Fort Worth; and her grandson, Kim Franklin of Fort Worth. Survivors: Daughter, Linda Sears of Fort Worth; son, Dennis Smith and daughter-in-law, Cathy of Treasure Island, Florida; sister, Billie Kidwell of Fort Worth; 13 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and 20 great-great-grandchildren.

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Maria Martha Rodriguez

Nov 11, 1933 - Jan 29, 2024

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Haltom City, TX

En memoria de Maria Marth Rodriguez 1933 - 2024 To to the family or in memory of Maria Martha Rodriguez, please

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Robert Roy Reitz

Jul 22, 1957 - Jan 24, 2024

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Haltom City, TX

Robert Roy Reitz, 66, was called home to be with the Lord, Wednesday, January 24, 2024. He was born July 22, 1957 in Fort Worth. His mother, Frances (Nutwig) Reitz preceded him in death. Robert was a longtime resident of Haltom City. He graduated salutatorian from Keller High School where he played the drums in the marching band and football. Robert was retired from Bell Helicopter and was a jack of all trades. He also played with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and had a love for dogs. Robert will be remembered by his loving family, his wife of 26 years, Charlotte (Newkirk) Reitz; children, Brandy and William Reitz; sister, Rhonda Rye; step-brothers, Art Cooker and wife, Tammy and Jimmy Coker and wife, Lisa; grandsons, Luke and Kyle Hobbs; father-in-law, Billy Newkirk; mother-in-law, Allie Johnson and her husband, Duane and extended family.

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