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Stanley Nolly

Dec 14, 1957 - Nov 10, 2023

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Dallas, TX

Mr. Stanley Karl Nolly was born December 14, 1957, to parents Robert L. Nolly Sr. and Thressa Mae Nolly in Dallas, Texas. He attended Wilmer Hutchin Independent School District. He was preceded in death by his father, Robert Lee Nolly Sr. , mother, Thressa Mae Nolly, two brothers, Douglas Lee Burrus Nolly and Gregory Nolly, and sister, Yolanda Janet Nolly. With his parents and siblings, Stanley was a founding member of the Christian missionary Baptist Church. In previous years, Stanley played pi...Read More

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Maria Guadalupe Lara

Jun 01, 1956 - Feb 22, 2024

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Dallas, TX

Mi mama Maria Guadalupe Lara conocida por sus familiares y amigos como Lupita fallecio el 22 de Febrero de 2024, a la edad de 67 anos. Nacio el 1 de Junio de 1956 en Allende, Nuevo Leon. Lupita era una persona respetuosa, cariñosa, y humilde que queria mucho a toda su familia. Lupita comenzo a trabajar a una temprana edad de los 12 anos para ayudar a su familia en Mexico. Lupita tenia una pasion por cocer almuadas y por cocinar para su familia. Todos los que la conocieron extrañaran profundamente su personalidad y su sonrisa contagiosa. A Lupita le sobreviven su esposo Mario Lara, su hija Roxanna Elideth Lara, y su hijo Mario Alberto Lara asi como 1 nieta Katie Lara, y 3 nietos Mario JR Lara, Leo Alexander Lara, y Liam Jace Rodriguez. Tambien deja atras a 4 hermanas y 5 hermanos, Irma Gloria Chavez, Dora Elia Chavez, Lucila Del Socorro Chavez, Laura Gricelda Chavez, Luis Mario Chavez, Agustin Jaime Chavez, Victor Samuel Chavez, Jose Manuel Chavez, y Alan Ivan Chavez. La familia recibira amigos el Miercoles 28 de Febrero de 2024, de 1:00PM a 8:00PM en el Calvario Funeral Home ubicado en 300 W. Davis Street Dallas, TX. La misa se llevara a cabo el 29 de Febrero de 2024 en Santa Clara of Assisi Catholic Church a las 11:00AM ubicado en 321 Calumet Ave, Dallas, TX 75211. Despues de la misa, Lupita sera sepultada en el Cementerio Laurel Land Funeral Home ubicado en 6300 S R L Thornton Fwy, Dallas, TX 75232. Mi mama, Lupita sera recordada por su buen corazon y la alegria que trajo a quienes la rodeaban. Que Dios le conceda el descanso eterno. Te extrañaremos toda la vida.

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Ricardo Duarte

Sep 05, 1967 - Feb 25, 2024

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Dallas, TX

Ricardo DuarteSeptember 5, 1967 - February 25, 2024 Age 56, of Dallas, Texas passed away on February 25, 2024. Ricardo was born on September 5, 1967, to Juliana Leon and Martin Duarte in San Luis Dela Paz, Guanajato, Mexico. A visitation will be held from 1:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Thursday, March 7, 2024, at Jeter & Son Funeral Home with a Rosary service at 5:30 PM. A Mass of Christian Burial will be at 11:00 AM, Friday, March 8, 2024, at St. Cecilia Catholic Church. A graveside service and interment will follow at Laurel Land Memorial Park.*****Ricardo nació el 5 de septiembre de 1967, hijo de Juliana León y Martín Duarte, en San Luis Dela Paz, Guanajato, México.Se llevará a cabo un velorio de 1:00 p. m. a 7:00 p. m. el jueves 7 de marzo de 2024 en Jeter & Son Funeral Home con un servicio del Rosario a las 5:30 p. m. Una misa de cristiano entierro será a las 11:00 a. m. del viernes 8 de marzo de 2024 en la iglesia católica St. Cecilia. Seguirá un servicio junto a la tumba y un entierro en Laurel Land Memorial Park.To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Ricardo Duarte, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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John Harold Binion

Oct 03, 1927 - Feb 26, 2024

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Dallas, TX

John Harold BinionOctober 3, 1927 - February 26, 2024 Age 96, of Dallas, Texas passed away on February 26, 2024. John was born on October 3, 1927, to Lucille (Smith) and John Binion. John was preceded in death by his parents and sister, Mary Alice Cooper. He is survived by his sisters: Betty Binion and Sue Rose, including several nieces and nephews. Visitation will be from 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM, Friday, March 8, 2024 at Jeter & Son Funeral Home. Church Service will be at 11:00 AM, Saturday, March 9, 2024 at Tyler Street United Methodist Church, 927 W. 10th Street, Dallas, Texas. A committal service will follow at Laurel Land Memorial Park, Dallas, Texas. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of John Harold Binion, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Santos Salvador Vasquez

May 23, 1975 - Feb 24, 2024

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Dallas, TX

Santos Salvador VasquezMay 23, 1975 - February 24, 2024 Santos Salvador Vasquez passed away on February 24, 2024, in Dallas, Texas. He was born to Ventura Vasquez and Maximo Salvador on May 23, 1975 in El Salvador. Santos was a sports fanatic, enjoyed working with his hands, music, spending time with family and friends, cooking, and providing for his family. All who knew him will miss him dearly. Visitation will be held at Iglesia de Dios Manantiales de Vida Eterna, 4111 W. Illinois Ave., Dallas, Texas 75211 on Monday, March 4, 2024 at 5:00 pm with a funeral service at 7:30 pm. A gathering and final goodbye will continue Tuesday, March 5, 2024 at the church following a a committal at Laurel Land Memorial Park, Dallas, Texas. ******* Santos Salvador Vásquez falleció el 24 de febrero de 2024 en Dallas, Texas. Sus padres son Ventura Vásquez y Máximo Salvador el 23 de mayo de 1975 en El Salvador. Santos era un fanático de los deportes, disfrutaba trabajar con las manos, la música, pasar tiempo con familiares y amigos, cocinar y mantener a su familia. Todos los que lo conocieron lo extrañaremos muchísimo. El velorio se llevará a cabo en la Iglesia de Dios Manantiales de Vida Eterna, 4111 W. Illinois Ave., Dallas, Texas 75211 el lunes 4 de marzo de 2024 a las 5:00 p. m. con un funeral a las 7:30 p. m. Una reunión y un último adiós continuarán el martes 5 de marzo de 2024 en la iglesia luego de un compromiso en Laurel Land Memorial Park, Dallas, Texas. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Santos Salvador Vasquez, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Craig Jerome Moseley

Jan 14, 1968 - Feb 18, 2024

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Dallas, TX

Craig Jerome Moseley was born on January 14, 1968, in Dallas, Texas to the parentage of Kenneth and Evelyn Moseley. Craig passed away on February 18, 2024, in Dallas at the age of 56. He dedicated his life to the Lord at a very young age. Craig later united in holy matrimony to Stacey Phillips. To this Union two children were born, Aaron Jaron and Isaiah Moseley. Craig attended Mesquite ISD Schools. At the time of his death, he was an employee at Crane Energy. Moe, as he was affectionately called by many, was known for his love of music, dancing, and his outgoing personality. He never shielded away from speaking his mind but cherished his family and friends deeply. May his vibrant spirit and love for life live on in the hearts of all who knew him. Craig was preceded in death by his father, Kenneth Moseley; son, Aaron Moseley; two brothers, Kevin and Kedrick Moseley; maternal grandparents, Leroy and Hattie Brigham; paternal grandparents, Willis and Bertha Moseley; aunts, Patricia Brigham, Brenda Jackson, Glenda Jones; uncles, James Brigham, Charles Brigham, and Willis Moseley. Craig is survived by his mother, Evelyn Hall; son, Isaiah Moseley; stepdaughter, Erin Whitney Phillips; brother, Keenan (Janet) Waston; aunts, Loise Handsome, Brenda Brigham, Joann (Danny) White, Sandra Griffin, Linda (Allen) Wilborn, and a host of cousins, friends, and many loved ones.

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Daisy Lee Williams

Jul 27, 1929 - Feb 21, 2024

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Dallas, TX

Daisy Lee Williams, the daughter of the late Rufus and Christine Walker was born in Omaha, Texas on Saturday, July 27, 1929. She was the first of five children. She received her elementary education from Omaha schools.Daisy graduated from Carver High School in Naples, Texas in May 1946. She graduated from Texas College in Tyler, Texas, receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Home Economics in May 1952.She began her elementary education career in Caddo Mills, Texas. Then later relocated to Dallas to continue her career in education with the Dallas Independent School District until she retired in May 1985. She was the recipient of an Honorary Life Membership from the Texas PTA.Daisy Lee Williams became a servant of God at an early age. Shortly after moving to Dallas she became a member of Bexar Street Baptist Church. She ended her church servitude at New Hope Baptist Church after over 30 years of service. She was a faithful and active member of the Senior Usher Board and a dedicated member of the Christian Fellowship Women’s Club.At the age of 94, after years of love and dedication to her family and friends, God granted Daisy her wings to begin a deserving final rest on Wednesday, February 21, 2024.She was preceded in death by her brother, A.W. Price, and grandson, Bernard Hensley, Jr.Daisy leaves two sons to cherish her memories, Bernard (Maria) Hensley and Charles Hensley. Additionally, she has two granddaughters, BernAdette Isom and Angela (Ray) Smith, three sisters, Clydia Wyatt, Gwendolyn Traylor-Freeman, and Joyce Brown. She also leaves several great grandchildren, one great-great grandchild, several “adopted” children and a host of nephews, nieces, cousins, and friends.

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Vernon Finnell Butler, Jr

May 15, 1976 - Feb 21, 2024

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Dallas, TX

Serices for Vernon Finnell Butler, Jr, 47, will be 11:00am Saturday, March 2, 2024, at Jefferson Junior High School Auditorium Vernon was born May 15, 1976, and transitioned February 21, 2024, at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital. Mr. Butler was 47 years old. A full obituary will be published. To to the family or in memory of Vernon Finnell Butler, Jr., please

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Henry Long Jr.

Mar 14, 1931 - Feb 15, 2024

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Dallas, TX

Henry Long Jr., born on Saturday, March 14, 1931, in Waskom Texas, to Ameal Sr. and Della James Long, peacefully passed away on Thursday, February 15, 2024. He was 92 years old with the legacy of four generations. of loved ones forever cherishing his journey. A proud product of the Waskom, Texas public school system, Henry grew up alongside his eight siblings: Lorenzo, Herbert, Harold "Joe", Mary Maxine, Gladys, Charles, Ameal Jr. (Black), and Oneal (Red). Four of his siblings preceded him in death. As a young man he was affectionately known as "Rabbit" -- pointing to his swift movements and tactical agility on the baseball field. Henry had an unwavering passion for this sport. His dedication led him to play in a minor Negro baseball league in Dallas, Texas, after relocating there. On Tuesday, June 3, 1952, Henry joined in matrimony with Lennie Irene Norman in Caddo Parish, Louisiana. Together they welcomed six children into the world: Curtis, Kathy, Cynthia, Carl, Kenneth, and Kevin; unfortunately, three of their children preceded him in death. His union with Lennie ended on Monday, December 19, 1994. Henry found love again and married Gloria J. Dickey on Friday, August 4, 1995, until his final days. With Gloria, Henry gained four bonus daughters: Angela, Alyson, Sarah (Rongea), and Gilberta (Theo), all of Dallas. At the beginning of his professional career Mr. Long achieved a great reputation for his diligence and commitment to the work at Clampitt Paper Company, eventually becoming the Warehouse Manager. This was a remarkable achievement as the only Black member of the company’s management team in the 1960s. Despite the challenges, Henry's work ethic shone through, leading him to explore new opportunities. He spent over 30 years as a printer, expertly operating a lithographic printing press at Apex Printing Company in Dallas until his retirement in 1994. Never one to rest, Henry eagerly embarked on another venture with Elliott's Hardware in Dallas’ Oak Lawn area as the Elliott’s greeter. His knowledge of what the store had to offer its customers and where it could be found was atypical for his expertise and energies. This part of his career led to Henry becoming nationally recognized as the "Elliott's Man" in a prominent advertising campaign. His smiling face, bushy eyebrows and all knowing expression graced local billboards and Dallas Area Rapid Transit buses traveling across North Central Texas. His dedication in this role caught the attention of former President George W. Bush. Their initial meeting made for an energetic photo of the two of them greeting each other and shaking hands that was published on the front page of The Dallas Morning News; just one of his many Elliott’s store visits. This is symbolic of the same grace, charm and rapport Mr. Long offered to all of Elliott’s patrons entering those doors. As a lifelong conservative, Mr. Long was an early supporter of Barack Obama and eagerly voted twice for the first African American President of the United States. Many of Henry’s friends and colleagues know that he was a master domino player, his passion for playing pool and golf. His favorite hobby was restoring classic cars and trucks. He was especially proud of his work to fully revive and restore a classic 1965 Ford Mustang. And of course, he took incredible pride as a homeowner in completing the job with his skill and fondness for yard work, landscaping and painting. As cited before, Henry’s love of sports allowed him to support the Dallas Cowboys, and even dabble in fascination with the then-Washington Redskins, but he came back to fully engage again with America’s team. Through his devotion to Christ, Henry instilled his faith in his children and family, all deeply rooted from his early childhood in the Waskom-Caddo Parish Louisiana area to his Dallas residence and becoming faithfully. affiliated with Carver Heights Missionary Baptist Church. Later in life, he embraced Catholicism at Holy Cross Catholic Church and its values, alongside his beloved wife Gloria. Henry Long, Jr. leaves this life on Earth with a profound legacy of love, cherished by his family, friends, numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, and acquaintances. He is survived by the love of his wife, Gloria, his daughters, Kathy Ann Long-Payne (Eddie) of Dallas, Cynthia Faye Long, and a son, Carl Edward Long, both of Dallas, and four inherited daughters (Angela, Alyson, Sarah & Gilberta) and their families. His surviving siblings, Charles, Ameal Jr. and Oneal, are all of Dallas and a sister, Mary Maxine of Carson, California. Though he has departed this world, his loving spirit and all his kindness will forever live on in the hearts of those who knew and loved him.

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Billie Ruth Tunnell

Aug 30, 1927 - Feb 23, 2024

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Dallas, TX

Funeral Service for Billie Ruth Tunnell will be at 2:00 p.m. Sunday, March 3, 2024 at Oakland Gospel Church with graveside to follow at Ridgeway Cemetery. Billie Ruth Tunnell was born on August 30, 1927, in Sulphur Springs, Texas to Buster and Lulu Burns. Billie graduated from Sulphur Springs High School and moved to Dallas, Texas. Billie had a successful career with Southwestern Bell and AT&T for 35 years until her retirement. Billie had a love for traveling. She is preceded in death by her parents, Buster and Lulu Burns and siblings Cecil Ferrell, Truitt Burns, Taylor Burns, Bobbie Burns, Robbie Burns, Luther Burns, Tommy Joe Burns, Baby Burns, and grandson Kendall Eric Tunnell. She is survived her sister Betty Lou Hobbs, sons and daughter-in-laws, Mike and Kathy Tunnell and Steve and Karen Tunnell. Grandchildren Karissa and Deryk Agnew, Cole and Annie Tunnell, and Justanni and Will Buck. Great grandchildren Shane Allen Agnew, Adelynn Gayle Agnew, Claire Rebecca Tunnell, Thomas Michael Tunnell, Weslee Grace Buck, and Sadee Mae Buck. Arrangements are under the direction of West Oaks Funeral Home. www.westoaksfuneralhome.com To to the family or in memory of Billie Ruth Tunnell, please

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Harold Dean Lees

Oct 26, 1938 - Feb 15, 2024

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Dallas, TX

Harold “Harry” Dean Lees passed away February 15, 2024 at the age of 85 in Dallas, Texas. He was born October 26, 1938 in Versailles, Missouri to William Wray Lees and Matilda Pickett.Harry grew up in West Henrietta, New York where he graduated from high school. After high school, Harry worked during the day and attended college at night. While pursuing his degree in Electrical Engineering at Rochester Institute of Technology, Harry married Ann, the love of his life, on August 3, 1963. A few years later, they adopted their son, Doug, and soon to follow were two daughters Marybeth and Kathy.Harry spent the majority of his engineering career working for Xerox in New York, Texas, and California.  While at Xerox, Harry invented the technology that would later be used in the early Kindle screens.  The patent can be found framed and hanging in his garage.  He also designed ergonomic keyboards at Xerox even though his family knew Harry wasn’t the most proficient typist.  Harry was the smartest man many knew. He could fix anything. He was the one phone call to make if something was broken.Harry was proud of his work at Xerox, but his most important achievement was his family.  He was a loving husband – a romantic at heart.  He saved the menu from the restaurant where he and Ann ate on their wedding night.  After many years of marriage, when Ann’s wedding ring was uncomfortable on her finger, he turned it into a heart necklace that included her engagement diamond. He would give her flowers on St. Patrick’s Day because that is the day they met. Harry also made sure his kids knew he loved and valued them.  He was involved in their sports and activities.  He took his family fishing, bowling, to play mini golf, watch movies, and attend sporting events.  Harry’s family has many fun memories of camping in the pop-up camper and road trips where they stopped at many tourist attractions – like the largest peanut in the world or smallest violin in existence.  Harry’s biggest joy came from his 7 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren.  Hearing about their lives and spending time with them was a highlight of his life.  He printed so many photos of his family that there is no more room on the refrigerator.He is survived by his wife, Ann Lees of Plano, Texas; son, Doug Lees and wife, Karen of Frisco, Texas; daughter, Marybeth Cleveland and husband, Lee of Derwood, Maryland; daughter, Kathy Zinecker and husband, Steve of Flower Mound, Texas; grandchildren, Allison, Angela, Jesika, Emm, Cassie, Sam, and Grace; great grandchildren, Ella and Mason and numerous other loving family and friends.Harry spent many years volunteering his time and talent for the Grey Matters Brain Tumor Support Group after his son, Doug, was diagnosed with a brain tumor.  In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Grey Matters North Texas Brain Tumor Support Group or Head for the Cure.A memorial service for Harry will be held 11:00 a.m. Monday, March 11, 2024, at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton 2700 West Spring Creek Parkway, Plano, Texas 75023.  Please join us after the service for a lunch reception at the church. 

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