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Roy Lyle

Nov 11, 2023 - Nov 26, 2023

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Fort Worth, TX

"Roy "Butch" Lyle, 67, of Fort Worth, Texas died November 26, 2023 from complications related to cancer. Born on November 11, 1956 in Gainesville, Tx to Yotta and Richard Lyle, Butch was often a man of few words but always big actions. He had many hobbies throughout his life and whatever he did he was all in. Not only was he a master wood craftsman, he could fix practically anything. Along with his natural talent, he possessed an entrepreneurial spirit from a very young age, selling sodas and sn...Read More

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Billie French Horton

Dec 10, 1929 - Feb 22, 2024

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Fort Worth, TX

FORT WORTH - Billie French Horton, age 94, passed away on Thursday, February 22, 2024, peacefully at home with her son by her side. Service: 11 a.m. Saturday, March 2, 2024, at Meadowbrook-Poly United Methodist Church, 3900 Meadowbrook Dr, Fort Worth, TX, 76103. Interment: Mount Olivet Cemetery. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, March 1, 2024, at Mount Olivet Chapel in the Breyley Suite, 2301 N. Sylvania Ave., Fort Worth, TX, 76111. Pallbearers: Mark Boren, Tracy Casburn, Travis Killian, Ricky Moore, Scott Strom and John Wachtel. Honorary Pallbearers: Dave Turnball, L.E. "Skeeter" Anderson and William Horton. Billie was born December 10, 1929, in Byhalia, Mississippi, to Aubrey and Mauveline French. She graduated with honors from high school in Tupelo, Mississippi, and Summa Cum Laude from the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss.) At Ole Miss, she was a member of Phi Mu social sorority and Alpha Lambda Delta, CWENS, and Beta Gamma Sigma scholastic sororities. She was employed as a secretary with the FBI and later with the First National Bank in Memphis, Tennessee for several years before moving to Fort Worth in 1956, where she worked as a secretary for the Fort Worth National Bank until 1963. At that time, she married Jim Horton and became a full time home-maker. She was a long-time member of Meadowbrook United Methodist Church, where for many years she served as an office volunteer once a week. She also served as a volunteer at Harris Hospital. She was a member and past president of the Wesleyan Sunday School Class, the Meadowbrook United Methodist Women, and Meadowbrook Book Review Club. She and her husband (Jim) founded and led for 12 years the Roadrunner activity group for older adults at church. She is preceded in death by her parents; her husband, James H. Horton; her son, Stephen James; and brother, Robert A. French. Billie is survived by her son, Ronald Craig of Fort Worth and wife, (Shabrena); stepson, Gary L. Horton and wife, (Kelly) of Keller; stepdaughters, Michelle Peters and husband, (Jim) of Colleyville, Celeste Phillips Kauffman and husband, (Al) of Georgetown; sister, Joan F. McKay of Memphis, Tennessee; and her (8) grandchildren and (1) great-grandchild.

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Matthew A. Bolduc

Sep 15, 1958 - Feb 20, 2024

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Fort Worth, TX

In Loving Memory of Matthew A. Bolduc Matthew A. Bolduc, a beloved son, brother, father, and grandfather, passed away on February 20, 2024, at the age of 65. His journey through life was marked by resilience, dedication, and a deep love for his family. Matthew was born on September 15th, 1958, in Roswell, New Mexico, to Linda Kirkpatrick and the late Daniel Bolduc. He grew up alongside his siblings Patrick, Gregory, Jeffrey, and Andrew, forming cherished bonds that would endure a lifetime. Matthew attended El Dorado High School, where he demonstrated a passion for learning and a natural curiosity about the world around him. Following his time in high school Matthew pursued his passion for archaeology at the University of New Mexico.  After his time in New Mexico, Matthew relocated to the Chicagoland area with his son, Ryan Bolduc, where he embarked on a fulfilling career as a journeyman bricklayer for Local 21. He took great pride in his work, contributing his skilled craftsmanship to numerous projects throughout the region. Matthew was a valued member of the Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers District Council 1 Illinois, where he formed lasting friendships and earned the respect of his peers. In his final years, Matthew returned to Albuquerque to be with his mother, Linda, and brother, Gregory. Their time together was filled with laughter, reminiscing about cherished moments from the past and creating new memories to treasure. In 2021, Matthew made the bold decision to relocate to Fort Worth, Texas, to be closer to his son and granddaughters. He embraced this new chapter in his life with enthusiasm, cherishing every moment spent with his loved ones. Matthew's greatest joy in life was his family, especially his son, Ryan, and his three granddaughters, Madison, Kaylie, and Emily. He was a devoted father and grandfather, whose love knew no bounds. Matthew's face would light up with pride whenever he spoke of his family, and he found immeasurable joy in the presence of his precious son and granddaughters. Matthew will be deeply missed by all who knew him, including his mother, Linda Kirkpatrick; his son, Ryan (Tiffany) Bolduc; his granddaughters, Madison, Kaylie, and Emily; his siblings, Patrick, Gregory, Jeffrey, and Andrew; as well as his nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. Among his closest companions were his dear friends Edward Meyers, Scott (Gina) Thomas, Lee Ann Bolduc, and Kevin Lotz, whose presence brought light and laughter into Matthew's life. A celebration of Matthew's life will be held at a later date in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The family kindly requests that any cards, flowers, or condolences be sent to the home of Linda Kirkpatrick, where they will be received with gratitude and appreciation. Matthew's kindness, warmth, and unwavering love touched the lives of all who had the privilege of knowing him.  May he rest in eternal peace, surrounded by the love of family and friends, knowing that his spirit will live on in the memories of those who loved him dearly.

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Cherie Robinson

Sep 05, 1968 - Feb 24, 2024

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Fort Worth, TX

In loving memory of Cherie Robinson, a cherished daughter, sister, wife, mother, and grandmother passed away February 24, 2024 surrounded by her loved ones. Celebration of Life services are scheduled for 2:00 PM Wednesday February 28, 2024 at River Fellowship Church, 5211 Bell with Darrell Anderson officiating. Cherie was born September 5, 1968 to Gus and Sheryl Bates; sister to Gus Stewart Bates, in Ft. Worth TX. She was a fun-loving, and patient soul, known for her role as a prayer warrior and a devoted Jesus freak. Her caring and empathetic nature made her a good listener, always present for those in need. Cherie trusted others openly, never meeting a stranger, and had the remarkable ability to light up a room with her beautiful soul. Unforgettable in every way, Cherie was kind, had a servant's heart, and was charmingly happy. Her strength, resilience, and extroverted spirit made her a courageous and understanding presence in the lives of those around her. Chatty, energetic, spunky, and high-spirited, she brought enthusiasm and joy to every interaction. Cherie's athletic prowess was exceptional, making her the standout athlete of the family. An outstanding swimmer and diver, she dedicated 10 years to a dance company, showcasing her love for movement and expression. Her love for the ocean reflected her lifelong dream of being a mermaid. Cherie's zest for life extended to her love for holidays, and her energetic nature made her the life of any celebration. A health fanatic, she maintained a strong interest in Jesus and her family, epitomizing the qualities of a caring daughter. In every sense, Cherie Robinson was the best mother to ever grace the lives of those fortunate enough to know her. May her memory be a source of comfort and inspiration to all who had the privilege of sharing in her vibrant and loving presence. Cherie leaves behind a legacy of love and strength. She is survived by her husband, Carl Robinson, and leaves behind daughters Chloe Hodges; Kali Purselley, and her beloved grandson, Aries Chrzanowski; her parents Sheryl Bates and Gus Bates III; her brother Gus Stewart Bates. In lieu of flowers please send donations to Colorful Closet of Amarillo.

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Timothy Neal Dow

Aug 29, 1950 - Feb 18, 2024

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Fort Worth, TX

Timothy Neal Dow, age 73 of Fort Worth, Texas, passed away peacefully at home Sunday, February 18, 2024.Memorial Service: 1:00 p.m., Saturday, March 2, 2024, First Baptist Church of White Settlement, 7801 White Settlement Road, White Settlement, Texas 76108.Timothy, known to everyone as Tim, was born to Worley Sherrill and Jeanette Foshee Dow August 29, 1950 in Sweetwater, Texas.Tim grew up in Hurst, Texas where he graduated from L.D. Bell High School before enlisting in the Navy in January 1970. He married the love of his life, Colleen in June 1976, in Hillsboro, Oregon.His military service spanned 22 years, taking him to eight duty stations throughout his enlistment ending at Naval Air Station Dallas, Mobile Inshore Underwater Warfare Unit 109 (MIUW) retiring in May 1992.While serving on board Naval Air Station Dallas, he earned his Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a specialized major in Management, from Northwood University. His degree would carry him to Lincoln Technical Institute in Arlington, Texas where he was the business manager for seven years. He spent the remainder of his working career at the United States Post Office where he retired after 18 years.Tim’s passion was ‘The Farm’ and later ‘The Ranch’ where he made a substantial impact on the lives of his children and grandchildren. He spent many hours teaching them the love of the outdoors. He loved spending time with them, hunting, fishing, telling stories around the campfire and just making memories.Tim is survived by his wife Colleen; son, Phillip Dow, wife Crystal and their children Layla and Brooklyn; daughter, Emily Provost, husband Raun and their children Kaylin and Lucas; daughter, Sarah Roberts, husband John and their children Nathan, Clayton, Caleb, Aubrey, Gavin, and Zachary; sister, Annette Miranda; and numerous nieces and nephews.

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David T. "Buzzy" Cypert

Dec 16, 1939 - Feb 23, 2024

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Fort Worth, TX

Fort Worth, Texas - David T. "Buzzy" Cypert, 84, passed away February 23, 2024.Memorial Service: 2 pm, Monday, March 4, 2024, Biggers Funeral Home, 6100 Azle Ave, Fort Worth, Texas 76135.David was born Dec. 16, 1939, in Hillsboro, Texas to Raymond and Helen (Akins) Cypert and grew up in the Riverside area of Fort Worth. He attended Carter-Riverside High School and later served in the US Army near the end of the Vietnam conflict.Having never met a stranger, David was blessed with many lifelong friendships he cherished deeply. He was easy-going and happiest when surrounded by friends and family.David is survived by his sister, Bettye Nowlin and husband, Wade; his son, Craig Cypert; his daughter, Dee Smith and husband, James; grandsons, Derrick and Clayton Terrell, granddaughters, McKenzee and Kaylee Bennett, and several nieces, nephews, and great-grandchildren.

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Barbara Carol Kennedy

Dec 14, 1937 - Feb 24, 2024

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Fort Worth, TX

Barbara Carol Kennedy, age 86, of Fort Worth, Texas passed away on Saturday, February 24, 2024. She was born December 14, 1937 in Orr, Oklahoma. Services are pending at this time. Please check soon.

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Barbara Nell Sellers

Feb 06, 1943 - Jan 23, 2024

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Fort Worth, TX

Barbara Nell Sellers, age 80, of Fort Worth, Texas passed away on Tuesday, January 23, 2024. A Graveside Service for Barbara will be held on Thursday, February 29, 2024 at 3:00 PM at Shannon Rose Hill Cemetery, located at 7301 E. Lancaster Ave, Fort Worth, Texas 76112.

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Mr. Wallace

Feb 27, 1950 - Feb 27, 2024

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Fort Worth, TX

YOU MAY VISIT MR. WALLACE Tuesday, February 27, 2024 – Noon – 8:00pm The Wilson Suite at Tree of Life 1051 S. Handley Drive – Fort Worth, Texas THE CELEBRATION OF LIFE Wednesday, February 28, 2024 – 11:00am Kingdom’s Temple Church 4635 Miller Avenue – Fort Worth, Texas HE SHALL REST Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery Dallas, Texas Thursday, February 29, 2024 – 11:00am

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Ludivina Gutierrez

Apr 25, 1951 - Feb 23, 2024

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Fort Worth, TX

Ludivina Gutierrez nació el 25 de abril de 1951 en El Ejido Manantial, Matamoros, Coahuila Mexico. Ludivina nació de padre Antonio Villalobos Ibarra y madre Maria Guadalupe Rodriguez Cervantes. Amada esposa de Dionicio Gutierrez, se casaron el 9 de septiembre de 1975. Falleció el 23 de febrero de 2024 en Fort Worth, Texas.Ludivina fue madre, hermana, abuela y bisabuela amada. Fue una guerrera de oración y le encantaba alabar y adorar a Dios junto con su familia. Su pasatiempo favorito fue la jardinería y una de sus flores favoritas fueron las rosas. Ella era una persona muy alegre y le encantaba convivir con la gente. Le encantaba ir a la iglesia y cantar con su esposo. A pesar de sus enfermedades ella siempre tuvo la fe de que Dios siempre la iba a sanar. Aún en sus últimos momentos su fe fue inquebrantable ella sí peleó la buena batalla.Precedido en la muerte por su padre biológico Antonio Villalobos Ibarra y padrastro Marcos Garcia y su madre Maria Guadalupe Rodriguez Cervantes.Sobrevivida por su esposo Dionicio Gutierrez, sus hermanos Francisco Villalobos, Valentin Villalobos, Maria Estella Guadarrama, Marivel Devora, Marcos Garcia, Francisca Garcia, Guadalupe Martinez, sus hijos Claudia Sanchez, Lourdes Garcia, Elizabeth Gutierrez, Dionicio Gutierrez, Jr., sus nietos Jose Noe Alarcon Jr, Diana Elizabeth Rodriguez, Rut Sarai Alarcon, Laura Lou Loflin, Diana Lizzett Garcia, Isaac Benjamin Gutierrez, Izabella Pilar Gutierrez y 11 bisnietos y varios sobrinos y sobrinas.

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Deisy Yoanna Torres Ruiz

Jul 18, 1990 - Feb 19, 2024

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Fort Worth, TX

Deisy Yoanna Torres Ruiz de 33 años, se fue a la presencia del señor el dia 19 de Febrero del 2024. Ella es sobrevivida por sus padres, señor J. Jesus Torres Vazquez y la señora Ma. Rosa Ruiz Perez; sus esposo Jose Guadalupe Castro; sus hijos Kevin Castro, Gregory Castro, Roman Castro; su hija Keily Castro; sus hermanos Jesus Torres Ruiz, Catarino Torres Ruiz, Samuel Torres Ruiz, Edgar Samuel Torres Ruiz, su hermana Maria Guadalupe Torres Ruiz.Deisy sera extrañada profundamente por sus familiares y amistades. Que descanse en paz.

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