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Warren Nystrom

Feb 17, 1933 - Nov 26, 2023

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Denton, TX

On Sunday morning, November 26th, 2023, Warren Reuben Nystrom finished his earthly race and entered Christ's rest, joining his wife, Ina, in the presence of His Lord and Savior forever and ever. Warren was born on February 17th, 1933 in Worthington, Minnesota. He grew up on his family's farm near Worthington. He loved to share stories and memories of his boyhood with his family, bringing them much joy. As a young boy, he helped the local veterinarian care for his family's farm animals. This job ...Read More

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Dakota Jane Adoue

Oct 09, 1991 - Feb 13, 2024

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Denton, TX

Dakota Jane Adoue passed away on February 13th, 2024, at the age of 32. Dakota was a remarkable individual whose presence lit up every room she entered. Her infectious smile and laughter were constants in the lives of all who knew her. Dakota was fiercely competitive and excelled in many sports; with her passion lying in soccer, golf, and bowling. At the time of her passing, she was surrounded by her loved ones who will continue to honor her. Despite her petite stature, Dakota possessed a heart as vast as the sky, always ready to offer her kindness, support, and love to those around her. Dakota will be remembered for her vibrant spirit and zest for life. Her legacy will live on in the memories of her family and friends. Dakota may no longer walk among us, her spirit will continue to shine bright in our hearts forevermore. Preceded in death by: Kathi Adoue (Meemaw), Mahala Markett (Magaw), Lynn Kellam (Grammy), and Thomas Reavy (Opa). Dakota is survived by: Spencer Westbrook, husband of 8 years. Parents: Tor and Ellynn Adoue, Shirley Reavy and husband Darrin. Siblings: Justin Adoue and his wife Stephanie, Asia Garrett and her husband Justin, Isabelle Adoue, Will Adoue, MacKenzie Hodge, and Preston Hodge. Grandparents: Christa Reavy (Oma), Dr. Victor Adoue (Pawpaw) and his wife Linda, William Kellam (Bubba), and Sue Spurgin (Grandmommy). With many loving aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, and nephews.

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Margo Marie (Curran) Maniatis

Mar 18, 1943 - Feb 14, 2024

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Denton, TX

Margo Marie (Curran) Maniatis, 80, of Tacoma, WA, peacefully passed away on February 14, 2024, in Denton, TX. She was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts on March 18, 1943, to Lawerence and Geraldine Curran. Margo earned her Master’s in Nursing from the University of Washington and retired from nursing at Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital. She used her wonderful skills to care for family, friends, and patients. She had an insatiable hunger for knowledge throughout her life. Her hobbies included reading, playing bingo, and caring for her many feathered and furry friends. She was a “Life Master” level bridge player. She is survived by her son Jeff Maniatis of Pleasanton, CA; daughter Alicia Gustafson and her husband Ed of Denton, TX; son Gregory Maniatis and his wife Lauren of Bellingham, WA; her half-sister Gina Doucet and her husband Art of Vancouver, WA; half-brother Rick Shearer of Vancouver, WA; eight grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. When Margo was 26, she and her husband Gary became Gina and Rick’s legal guardians and were the only parents they remember. She was preceded in death by her husband Gary Maniatis of Tacoma, WA, her mother and father, and brothers, Larry and Jim Curran. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on March 8, 2024, at 10:00 AM at St. Mark Catholic Church in Denton, Texas. Interment will follow at Roselawn Memorial Park in Denton, Texas.

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Margo Marie Maniatis

Mar 18, 1943 - Feb 14, 2024

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Denton, TX

Margo Marie (Curran) Maniatis, 80, of Tacoma, WA, peacefully passed away on February 14, 2024, in Denton, TX. She was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts on March 18, 1943, to Lawerence and Geraldine Curran.Margo earned her Master’s in Nursing from the University of Washington and retired from nursing at Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital. She used her wonderful skills to care for family, friends, and patients. She had an insatiable hunger for knowledge throughout her life. Her hobbies included reading, playing bingo, and caring for her many feathered and furry friends. She was a “Life Master” level bridge player.She is survived by her son Jeff Maniatis of Pleasanton, CA; daughter Alicia Gustafson and her husband Ed of Denton, TX; son Gregory Maniatis and his wife Lauren of Bellingham, WA; her half-sister Gina Doucet and her husband Art of Vancouver, WA; half-brother Rick Shearer of Vancouver, WA; eight grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. When Margo was 26, she and her husband Gary became Gina and Rick’s legal guardians and were the only parents they remember.She was preceded in death by her husband Gary Maniatis of Tacoma, WA, her mother and father, and brothers, Larry and Jim Curran.A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on March 8, 2024, at 10:00 AM at St. Mark Catholic Church in Denton, Texas. Interment will follow at Roselawn Memorial Park in Denton, Texas.There are no gallery images.#recaptcha-container label {display: none}Upload a PhotoLabel: *Image: *Gallery:Obituary Photos Required Confirmation: Upload Gallery Image

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James Erwin

Nov 12, 1934 - Feb 22, 2024

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Denton, TX

James Erwin, 89 of Denton, Texas went to be with Our Lord on February 22,2024. He was born on November 12, 1934, in Denton, Texas to Lain and Bessie (Charles) Erwin. He joined the Navy and served in the Korean War. He married LeNonia Starr in 1957. He was preceded in death by her in 1963. He married Joyce Thompson in 1964. They were married forty-two years till her death in 2006. He is also preceded in death by his parents, siblings Charles, Imalain, Anna Gene, Mary, Bob, Reese, and Donnye. He is survived by son David (Lisa) Erwin and daughter Denise (Don) Sales. Several grandchildren and great grandchildren, one sister, and three brothers. He was a member of Gateway United Baptist Church. James started his law enforcement career with Denton Police Department, then went to work for the Denton County Sheriff’s Department, before he was elected to Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1 in Denton County where he served for sixteen years. After his retirement he worked for Mulkey-Mason Funeral Home till 2016. We would like to thank the staff of Carriage House for all their care, concern and love for our dad.

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Frank Mims Sr.

Jan 24, 1949 - Feb 24, 2024

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Denton, TX

Service: Feb 24,2024@ 4:30pmPeoples Funeral Home and ChapelDenton Texas 76205Visitation: Feb 23, TBDFrank Mims Sr. was born in 1949 on January 24. Went to high school in pittsburg Texas.He had 4 Children, Amanda Windom, Andre Jackson, Frank Mims Jr. Dontray Windom.Early in life, Frank accepted Christ at Mr Pilgrim CME in Denton Texas.Frank Mims Sr. liked to work on cars and spend time with his family. Family was very important to Frank. Liked licensing the blues music and watching western movies and sports.He was preceded by his Father Frank Mims and Mother was Pearl Mims, his brother B.C. Mims and Sister Fannie Mae Mims Johnson. He is survived by his stepchildren and grandchildren, niece and nephews

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William L. (Bill) Allen

Dec 02, 1934 - Feb 21, 2024

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Denton, TX

Obituary for William L. (Bill) AllenWilliam L. (Bill) Allen of Denton, Texas, passed away on Wednesday, February 21, 2024 in Denton. Bill (Gladus Joseph LeBlanc, Jr.) was born to Gladus Joseph LeBlanc and Leonora Jackson LeBlanc on December 2, 1934 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Bill was adopted by F. L. (Tex) Allen after he married Leonora in 1939. Bill married Carol L. Kraina on April 20,1957. They were happily married for 64 years until her death on May 12, 2021. Bill is survived by a daughter, Linda Bozeman and husband Hugh of Corinth, TX, a son, Greg Allen and wife Marla of Flower Mound, TX, 11 grandchildren, Zach Kelsey and wife Audrey of Corinth, TX, Blake Kelsey and wife Kelli of Trophy Club, TX, Kevin Bozeman and wife Gena of Vancouver, WA, Brian Bozeman of Corinth, TX, Clayre Turner and husband Daniel of Plano, TX, Amy Allen of Dallas, TX, Joel Allen of Culver City, CA, Lyla Allen, Morgan Lyons, Reed Lyons, and Reece Lyons, all of Flower Mound, TX, 11 great grandchildren, and one great-great grandchild, as well as a brother, A.J. LeBlanc and wife Myra of Houston, TX, sister, Maude LeBlanc and husband George Martinez of Houston, TX, sister–in-law Joan White of Racine, WI, and several nieces and nephews. Bill is preceded in death by his loving wife of 64 years, Carol Allen, his parents, F. L. (Tex) Allen and Leonora Allen, his father, Gladus Joseph LeBlanc and stepmother Evelyn LeBlanc, his father-in-law Lawrence Kraina and mother-in-law Frances Kraina, his brother-in-law Jack White, and his precious great-granddaughter Caroline Kelsey.Bill was a faithful, devout Christian and a member of Eastside church of Christ in Denton, TX for 53 years, where he served faithfully as an Elder for many years. Bill’s faith was evident in the way he lived every detail of his life, including his career, having served in Sales and Management for Moore Business Forms until his first retirement. He worked as a Real Estate Appraiser with Gage and Associates of Denton, TX until late in 2023 at the age of 88. Bill was a veteran of the Armed Forces, having served in the United States Army. He was well-known and respected in the community of Denton and beyond. Bill was a private pilot, and a member of the Experimental Aircraft Association. He loved flying with friends and family to the annual AirVenture in Oshkosh, WI. Bill was an avid supporter of the Dallas Cowboys.His greatest delight was his family, and he was constantly supportive and encouraging not only of his children Linda and Greg, but of their spouses, his grandchildren, and great grandchildren. All of them knew well how proud he was of them and their various interests and activities. He will be sorely missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him. His legacy lives on through his family and all those he wisely counseled and helped along the way. His was a life well lived.

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Victoria Yetunde Fletcher

May 29, 1969 - Feb 02, 2024

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Denton, TX

On February 2nd, 2024, Victoria Yetunde Fletcher arrived in Heaven, the Dwelling place of the Lord, and became one of his angels to guard and watch over us all forever. Victoria was a bright, loving, exuberant light that brought a smile to every person that had the pleasure to meet her. She loved to dance, watch movies, and enjoy the company of her loved ones. If you were upset, just being around her would make everything better. Her goal in life was to spread the word and glory of the Lord in every and any way she could, whether it be through her love and passion for styling hair,donating to those less fortunate, or simply just being there for anyone who was in a time of need.Victoria was always a loving daughter, sister, mother, and friend to many. She is survived by her 6 children, David, Michael, Joseph, Holly, Daniel, and Joshua, but her spirit lives on in everyone who knew her.Please feel free to join us at 11 AM on Friday, February 22 to celebrate her life at Mulkey-Bowles-Montgomery funeral home.

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Dr. Teddy B. Palmore

Aug 25, 1933 - Feb 20, 2024

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Denton, TX

Dr. Teddy B. Palmore of Denton, Texas went to his eternal home on February 20, 2024, at the age of 90. He was born on August 25, 1933 in Ravenna, Texas to Joe and Annie Lou Palmore. He was raised in several places in Fannin County and graduated from Bonham High School in 1950. He met his college sweetheart, Sue Palmore, at East Texas State University, “Texas A&M Commerce”. They were both very involved in the Baptist Student Ministry and married on May 29, 1954.Ted was commissioned as an officer in the United States Air Force and commenced duty in 1955. His assignments included Lackland Military Training in San Antonio, Texas and commander of a postal attachment in Chateauroux, France from 1961-1964. He was also assigned as the Commander of Cadets at ETSU Commerce. From there he was assigned to the Air Force Reserves to complete his 20 years and retired as Lieutenant Colonel in 1984. Ted and his family moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico where he taught courses and received a Doctorate degree in Education in 1972 from the University of New Mexico. He started teaching at Texas Women’s University in Denton, Texas in 1971 and retired as a professor in Education in 2000.Ted’s life exemplified living faith in God. He was a member of First Baptist Church and was an active participant in his adult Sunday School group since 1971. Ted also served in prison ministry and led volunteer services at the Denton County Jail for 20 years. Ted loved his God, his family, and his country.Ted is preceded in death by his wife, Addie Sue Palmore, and daughter, Carol Sue Gonzalez. He is survived by his children and spouses, Tim and Kathy Palmore, and Cherie and Tommy Moreno. He was known as “Grandad” to Joshua and K’len Gonzalez, Alicia and Bryan McLain, Brennan, Maddie and Melanie Moreno, and Zachary and Gracie Palmore. In addition, he was a great-grandfather to Danielle, Jace, and Larsyn Gonzalez, and Carter, Cohen, and Connor McLain.Visitation will be held at First Baptist Church of Denton on Thursday, February 29, 2024, from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM, with the funeral service to follow at 2:00 PM. After the service, interment will take place at Roselawn Memorial Park.Donations in Ted’s honor can be made to Camp Copass of Denton Texas which supports camp ministry in reaching people of all ages with the saving grace of Jesus Christ.“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me”Philippians 4:13

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Dr. Teddy B. Palmore

Aug 25, 1933 - Feb 20, 2024

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Denton, TX

Dr. Teddy B. Palmore of Denton, Texas went to his eternal home on February 20, 2024, at the age of 90. He was born on August 25, 1933 in Ravenna, Texas to Joe and Annie Lou Palmore. He was raised in several places in Fannin County and graduated from Bonham High School in 1950. He met his college sweetheart, Sue Palmore, at East Texas State University, “Texas A&M Commerce”. They were both very involved in the Baptist Student Ministry and married on May 29, 1954. Ted was commissioned as an officer in the United States Air Force and commenced duty in 1955. His assignments included Lackland Military Training in San Antonio, Texas and commander of a postal attachment in Chateauroux, France from 1961-1964. He was also assigned as the Commander of Cadets at ETSU Commerce. From there he was assigned to the Air Force Reserves to complete his 20 years and retired as Lieutenant Colonel in 1984. Ted and his family moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico where he taught courses and received a Doctorate degree in Education in 1972 from the University of New Mexico. He started teaching at Texas Women’s University in Denton, Texas in 1971 and retired as a professor in Education in 2000. Ted’s life exemplified living faith in God. He was a member of First Baptist Church and was an active participant in his adult Sunday School group since 1971. Ted also served in prison ministry and led volunteer services at the Denton County Jail for 20 years. Ted loved his God, his family, and his country. Ted is preceded in death by his wife, Addie Sue Palmore, and daughter, Carol Sue Gonzalez. He is survived by his children and spouses, Tim and Kathy Palmore, and Cherie and Tommy Moreno. He was known as “Grandad” to Joshua and K’len Gonzalez, Alicia and Bryan McLain, Brennan, Maddie and Melanie Moreno, and Zachary and Gracie Palmore. In addition, he was a great-grandfather to Danielle, Jace, and Larsyn Gonzalez, and Carter, Cohen, and Connor McLain. Visitation will be held at First Baptist Church of Denton on Thursday, February 29, 2024, from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM, with the funeral service to follow at 2:00 PM. After the service, interment will take place at Roselawn Memorial Park. Donations in Ted’s honor can be made to Camp Copass of Denton Texas which supports camp ministry in reaching people of all ages with the saving grace of Jesus Christ. “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me” Philippians 4:13

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Lannie Gail Cook

Nov 30, 2004 - Feb 20, 2024

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Denton, TX

Lannie Gail Cook passed away on Tuesday, February 20, 2024. She was born in Denton, Texas on November 30, 2004 to Wesley and Lisa Cook. Lannie worked at Babes in Sanger and enjoyed ? spending time with family and ?friends in her free time. She will always be remembered for her? beautiful bubbly attitude. She loved hard and lived life to the fullest.Visitation will be held from 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM, Sunday, February 25, 2024 at DeBerry Funeral Directors. Funeral services will begin at 10:00 AM, Monday at Faith Tabernacle Assembly of God with interment to follow at Mountain Park Cemetery in Saint Jo, Texas.Lannie is survived by her parents Scott and Lisa Cook, siblings Carla Cook, Wesley Cook Jr and wife Elizabeth Cook, nephews Elijah and Roran Cook, niece Aleksandria Cook, Grandparents Robert Cook, Doris Cook, Debbie Parker, and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Lannie Gail Cook, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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