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Rickey Mcbride

Sep 21, 1965 - Nov 17, 2023

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Garland, TX

Rickey McBride, age 58, of Garland, Texas passed away on Friday, November 17, 2023. A visitation for Rickey will be held Sunday, December 3, 2023 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Hampton Vaughan Crestview Funeral Home & Memorial Park, 1917 Archer City Highway, Wichita Falls, Texas 76302.

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Laurel Wagner Holloway

Sep 20, 1945 - Feb 22, 2024

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Garland, TX

A memorial service will be held for Laurel Wagner Holloway on Saturday, March 23, 2024 at 1:00 PM in the Williams Memorial Chapel at Williams Funeral Directors in Garland, TX.

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Gloria Beam Northcott

Mar 06, 1934 - Mar 02, 2024

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Garland, TX

Gloria Beam Northcott was born on March 6, 1934 in Gresham, Texas, and passed away on March 2, 2024 in Garland, Texas at 89 years old. She is remembered as a loving wife and mother. Gloria was a retired Registered Nurse who spent her lifetime caring for others. She and her beloved husband, Cecil, traveled extensively around the world. They loved cruising and spending time with their daughter Cecelia. She will be dearly missed by her loving family. Gloria is survived by a host of nieces, nephews, and friends. She was preceded in passing by her loving husband Cecil Northcott and her daughter, Cecelia Northcott; sisters, Georgia Repp, Gladys Schwartz, and Sue Phillips; brothers, Leonard Beam, Louis Beam, and Loyd Beam; and parents, Harris and Viola Beam.

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Jaly Ann Lovelady Strebeck

Oct 12, 1938 - Feb 24, 2024

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null, TX

Our loving Mom, Jaly Ann Lovelady Strebeck, age 85, went to his everlasting home on February 24, 2024. She was born October 12, 1938, in Dallas, Texas, the youngest of three children of Clovis and Ruth Lovelady. Jaly attended school in Waxahachie, Texas. During her senior year she meet Thomas Strebeck of Belmont, Louisiana and they married in October of 1956. On the Sunday after they were married Jaly began her role as a pastor’s wife and served alongside her husband in the various churches he pastored. She also worked for Texas Instruments, Young Texans Clothing store, GISD as a principal secretary and well as a therapeutic recreational therapist for Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. Thomas and Jaly had three children – Vicki Suzett, Mark William and Elizabeth Renee’. Jaly is survived by her oldest daughter Vicki Petsch and husband John of Rockwall, Texas, her son Mark Strebeck and wife Elizabeth of Rocksprings, Texas and her youngest daughter Elizabeth Moreno of Cumby, Texas. She also survived by grandchildren Jennifer Petsch of Dallas, William Strebeck and wife Reba of Big Spring, Hannah Heubner and husband Micah of Odessa, Justin Moreno of Kaufman, Jonathan Strebeck of Eastland, Steve Moreno and wife Stephanie of Pleasanton, Megan Strebeck of Rocksprings, Renee Moreno of Seagoville and 8 great grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her parents Clovis and Ruth Lovelady, Sister Connie Bearden and brother Forrest Lovelady and by her devoted husband Thomas Strebeck. Jaly loved her family and also found great enjoyment serving as a sponsor on numerous summer camps and youth choir trips while they were members at FBC Garland. As a sponsor she always loved each young person as if they were her own. In lieu of flowers the family requests that you give to Mission Dignity or your local church. The memorial service is 2:00 p.m. Tuesday March 12, 2024, at First Baptist Church in Garland, TX, 801 W. Ave. D, Garland, TX. Visitation with the family to follow the service.

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Christa Elizabeth Luise Schrör

Apr 20, 1939 - Feb 24, 2024

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Garland, TX

Christa Elizabeth Luise Schrör was born April 20, 1939 in Mannheim, Germany to Robert Martin Heinrich Schrör and Augusta Büchler Schrör in the midst of World War II. The eldest of three, Chris spent a great deal of time with her grandparents while her mother worked to provide food for the family since her father was no longer part of it. As a young adult, Christa was engaged to be married to a man named Hubert, until she began working in the U.S. Army PX where she met Marvin Krumnow who was stationed in Mannheim. Chris called off her engagement, and she and the soldier began a courtship that led to marriage and Christa being sent ahead of her new husband to live in McGregor, TX with his parents whom she had never met. After six months, Marvin was discharged from the army and came home where the two officially started their life together. In June 1962, they welcomed their first son, Ricky Lee Krumnow, and then in October 1965, they welcomed their second and last child, son Steven Lynn Krumnow. The family made their home in Garland, TX where they lived until Chris and Marvin divorced in 1972. After the divorce, Chris gained independence as she learned how to drive and obtained a driver’s license, and she began working for the first time since moving to America. Chris was an accounting clerk at the musical instrument company, Arnold and Morgan for more than twenty years. After that, she gained employment in the payroll department at Stevens Transport where she worked for thirty-two years all the way to the age of 84 when medical necessity forced her to stop on June 1, 2023. She absolutely loved to work and loved her coworkers. Her family always wanted her to retire and relax, but she always said that working kept her going. She enjoyed buying gifts for her friends at work, and she proudly showed them pictures of her family. Chris had three grandsons, Tyler Lee Krumnow, James David Krumnow, and Steven Kyle Krumnow. In 2019, she became a great-grandmother to Parker Rey Krumnow (daughter of Tyler Krumnow) and she was so excited to have a little girl in the family. Chris liked to travel, and she made many trips back to Germany to see family, and as recently as 2016, she took a cruise with her son, Rick, and his wife to Cozumel, Mexico. Chris was an avid slot machine player who enjoyed the thrill even if she did not win big. Chris absolutely loved the holidays, especially Christmas and spending the day with family. Chris remained in the same home for 57 years where the last twelve years, her neighbor, José Olivares, and his family became her second family helping her and including her in family celebrations. She was a strong person who was smart and resilient. She will be missed by all who knew her. Christa was preceded in death by her mother and father; her brother, Peter Büchler; her son, Steven Krumnow and many family members and friends. Chris leaves behind her son, Rick Krumnow and his wife, Kathleen; grandsons Tyler Krumnow and his wife, Brittany and their daughter, Parker; grandsons James David Krumnow and Stephen Kyle Krumnow, and many nieces, nephews, friends, and neighbors. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you make a donation to the American Cancer Society.

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Sharon Kay Phillips

Dec 21, 1952 - Feb 28, 2024

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Garland, TX

Sharon Kay Phillips was born December 21, 1952, in Tahlequah, Oklahoma to parents Johnnie and Jimmie (Riggins) Phillips. Sharon graduated from Durant High School in Durant, Oklahoma class of 1971. She also earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Technology from Southeastern Oklahoma University in 1975. She made her home in Garland, Texas, and her career spanned 4 decades in medical technology, working primarily in Dallas area hospitals. Sharon was always artistic and used her talent to paint landscapes and draw beautiful flowers. She was passionate about music and taught herself to play guitar, flute and the harmonica. On weekend evenings, Sharon could often be found playing music with an informal group of fellow music lovers at Garland City Square. Sharon’s hobbies included scrapbooking, jewelry making, practicing yoga and researching her family’s genealogy. Her special interests included Native American cultures, horses and spirituality. Sharon is survived by her brother John (Amy) Phillips, of Pflugerville, Texas; her niece, Maggie Phillips, of Midlothian, Texas; her nephew, Jonathan (DeAnna) Phillips and their children, Anderson and Elliott, all of Burleson, Texas; and beloved cousins in Colorado, Oklahoma, and Texas. She was preceded in death by her parents. There will be a memorial service to celebrate Sharon’s life at 3:00 p.m., Friday, March 8, 2024, at Allen Family Funeral Options with Pastor Robert Matthews officiating. At the family's request, please dress casual for the service. Sharon will be laid to rest with her mother in Ada, Oklahoma. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of , please .

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Shirley Givens Ring

Oct 28, 1935 - Feb 24, 2024

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Garland, TX

"On February 24, 2024, Shirley Givens Ring passed away peacefully at home, surrounded by love and family. A woman of deep faith, Shirley was born to Velma (Jones) and Guy Givens on October 28, 1935, in Ardmore, Oklahoma. Shirley was a self-described “quiet, obedient” child who loved reading, excelled in school, and enjoyed extended family gatherings at Lake Murray. Shirley obtained her Bachelor of Elementary Education at Phillips University, where she achieved the honor roll and was inducted into Zollars Literary Society, Kappa Delta Pi professional education society, and Silver Scroll scholastic society which recognizes outstanding scholarship, leadership, service, and character. In 1957, Shirley began her career as a third-grade teacher at Greenbriar Elementary in Fort Worth, Texas. Shirley later shared how much she loved that first position, in which she was only 11 or 12 years older than her students. Shirley adored her family, including her “older first cousins” and younger brother Billy Guy, who strongly endorsed her budding courtship with a jovial airman named Robert Ring. Shirley and Bob were married on June 21, 1958, and she continued working as a teacher to support Bob while he earned his college degree in 1963. The same year, Shirley and Bob moved to Dallas, Texas and welcomed son, David; and in 1966, they welcomed daughter, Linda. Thereafter, Shirley dedicated her life to raising her beloved children, evolving her clever sense of humor, and working at Club Hill Elementary in Garland as a fifth-grade teacher. Shirley most loved and enjoyed her time spent with family, including a brief move to Redmond, Washington in 1978, where she was enchanted by the beautiful scenery and warmly welcomed by the congregation at United Church of Christ - Presbyterian. Upon their return to Texas, the Ring family attended First Presbyterian Church of Garland, where Shirley served as an Elder and volunteered her time delivering Meals on Wheels and engaging in outreach. Shirley was overjoyed to become a grandmother in 1994 and delighted in her deep, lifelong bond with granddaughters Ryan, Elena, Audrey, and Ciara, who grew up with Shirley’s influence in their daily lives. In retirement, Shirley enjoyed traveling with family to Colorado and Hawaii and cruising to Alaska and the Panama Canal but was happiest spending quality time and laughing with her children, grandchildren, and husband. In her last decade, in the process of overcoming Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma, Shirley learned important life lessons, including: “stuff” is of no real value, God is real, and prayer sustains us through difficult experiences. Most important is the lesson Shirley articulated and modeled for us all, every day of her life: The loving thing is the right thing. Shirley Givens Ring is survived by her devoted husband, Robert Ring of Garland, son David Ring (Dana) of Plano, and daughter Linda Ring Peña (Joseph) of Garland, as well granddaughters Ryan Ring Tatom (Cody) of Baton Rouge, Elena Ring of Dallas, Audrey Ring of Carrollton, Ciara Peña of Colorado Springs, nephew Will (Carla) Givens of Chicago, niece Jennifer Grant of Rowlett, step-grandchildren Gabrielle Peña of Phoenix and Lucy and Max Withers of Plano, and step-great-grandchildren, Edgar Jr. and Alexandra Flores of Phoenix. May she rest in eternal peace."

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Steven Ivan Hernández

Aug 25, 2004 - Feb 17, 2024

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Garland, TX

Steven Ivan Hernández, at age 19 made his way to the heavens to be and serve with God on Feb 17, 2024, in Garland Tx. Steven Ivan Hernandez was born to Martin Julian Hernandez and Ana Maria Hernández on Aug 25, 2004, in Dallas TX. Steven lived all his life in Garland Texas, with all his family and friends, loved by the whole community that surrounded him. He would put a smile on everyone’s face in any room he would walk in. Steven graduated from South Garland HS doing something he loved which was welding. He loved to do hard work, if it was working around the house where he lived or helping any other person or family member in need. He always wanted to do family activities like going out to eat or going out to the swap meet and just hang out with family. And if you really knew him you know how much he also loved to sleep and eat. He was a such a humble, and loving Son, Sibling, uncle, and friend. He will be deeply missed by every life he has impacted. Steven is survived by his parents, Martin Julian Hernandez & Ana Maria Hernandez 3 siblings, Kevin, Jacqueline, and Eric Hernandez And all his cousins, aunts and uncles, sister in law and nephew. Steven is preceded by; Grandmother Maria Rafaela Pineda Uncle Mario Alejandro Hernandez

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Georgia C Tautenhahn

Aug 30, 1938 - Feb 19, 2024

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Garland, TX

In Loving Memory of Georgia Tautenhahn 1938-2024 Georgia C Tautenhahn passed away, on Monday Feb 19th , 2024, in Garland Texas She was born in Baird Texas and was raised in West Texas, Georgia met her husband Douglas in Abilene They had been married for 65 years. They raised 5 children, and being a military family, they were stationed in many different bases. Georgia was a previous member of Baker Heights Church of Christ. She was a Military wife focusing on raising her kids and taking care of the family. She loved to sew and would make clothes for her three girls. She also would sew Barbie doll clothes. She loved being outside and working in the garden. Until her last breath, she was outside pulling weeds and planting flowers. She loved spending time with her great-grandkids and loved building with Legos. Georgia is preceded in death by her husband Douglas, her parents Henry and Nancy Wright, 2 brothers Richard and Calvin two sisters Blossom and Bonnie, one son Richard, and one grandson Nathan She is survived by her children Tammy of Garland Texas, Holly and Cheryl of Abilene Texas, and Ed (Alice) of Altus Oklahoma. Her grandchildren, whom she loved dearly, Michael (Rebecca), Eddie, Amber(Nick), Stacy, Aaron, Brittany (Jordan), Samantha, and Paul. Lots of great grandkids, and numerous, aunts, uncles, and cousins. Visitation will be held Friday, February 23, 2024 from 5-8PM at Williams Funeral Directors.

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John Grady Gardner Jr.

Jul 31, 1939 - Feb 20, 2024

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Garland, TX

John Grady Gardner Jr., 84, of Garland, Texas went to be with the Lord on February 20, 2024 at his home in Garland, Texas. He was Born in Terrell, Texas on July 31, 1939 to proud parents Grady and Faye Gardner. He spent his early years in Bonham and later moved with his family to Dallas, Texas. He attended Woodrow Wilson High School in Dallas where he played baseball and involved in Dallas Golden Gloves Boxing. After high school he went on to and Graduated from Texas Tech University with a business degree where he met his future wife, Nancy. They went on to be married on September 3, 1962 and have two children; John David and Melissa. John started working at Montgomery Wards after graduating from college and then worked at General Dynamics in Ft. Worth for a few years before going to E-Systems in Garland where he spent the next 25 years working as a procurement buyer. He retired in 1998. John had many hobbies, including bass fishing – he was in fishing clubs through Mid-cities Anglers and E- Systems/Raytheon. He was also an avid runner (over 25 marathons, 25 half-marathons, over 25 biathlons). He was a Christian man who Loved the Lord and called First Baptist Church of Garland his home for many years. John is survived by his son, John David Gardner and wife Susan of Rockwall; daughter, Melissa Gardner of Denver, Colorado; Grandchildren, Elizabeth Gardner of Farmer’s Branch, Stephanie Urso and husband John of Kaufman, Lindsay Gardner of Rockwall, Chad Gardner of Rockwall, and Joy Gardner of Denver, Co.

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Tomy P. Chacko

May 25, 1957 - Feb 21, 2024

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Garland, TX

Tomy P. Chacko passed away on February 21, 2024 in Garland, Texas. Tomy will be buried at Sacred Heart Cemetery in Rowlett, Texas. He will have visitation at 10:00 AM at Good Shepherd Catholic Church, followed by a Mass at 11:00 AM. The funeral burial services will take place at 12:30 PM at Sacred Heart Cemetery. A native of Pulinculinoo, Kuttanad, Kerala, Tomy was born on May 25, 1957. He cared so deeply for his family, friends and helping others any chance he had available. He was an active member of the St. Vincent de Paul Society and thrived serving others to glorify God. He was a brilliant man, who loved learning, encouraging those around him and being the glue for his family and friends to keep social circles active. He had a profound impact on those around him, whether it be a phone call, a shoulder to cry on or listen, or words of wisdom that stuck with you forever. His favorite love languages included sharing yields from his gardening green thumb, cooking delicious meals for his loved ones and making sure that those in his life were always well taken care of and provided for at the best capacity. He will eternally be remembered as the absolute epitome of a family man, who loved his wife and daughter more than anything in this world. He was preceded in death by his father Chacko Chacko and mother Rosamma Chacko. Tomy is survived by his wife of 34 wonderful years Clara, and his daughter Christina. Tomy is also survived by his sisters Rosamma and Leelamma, and his brothers James, Joseph and Sunny. Tomy is also survived by many friends that he considered family, overseas in India as well as in the states."

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