Barry Annino, dedicated father, husband and passionate community developer, passed away on February 27, 2018, in Dallas, Texas, surrounded by his loving family.
Barry was born on March 22, 1956, at Fort Worth’s Carswell Airforce Base to Joe Annino and Helen Vernia. After graduating from Arlington High School in 1974, Barry attended the University of the Americas in Puebla, Mexico, where he developed a love for the country and its culture. After returning to Texas and earning his Bachelor of Education from the University of Texas at Arlington, Barry completed a Master of Education in Sports Psychology from the University of North Texas.
Upon graduating from UNT, Barry embarked on a career in tennis, forming many friendships on the courts of D/FW-area tennis clubs, where he ultimately met his wife, Debora.
Barry married Debora Reed on September 19, 1992, in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, and thus began their family affair with the country and its people. After having their daughter, Lena, the family began spending their summers in San Miguel de Allende. Much later, their affection for the town and its people gave birth to a foundation that Barry launched to improve the well-being of the area’s indigenous communities.
Barry first discovered a passion for community development while working with The Delphi Group, where he spent a number of years in commercial real estate. He later became president of the Deep Ellum Foundation and director of the Deep Ellum Public Improvement District, where he was instrumental in the revitalizing the spirit of one of Dallas’ most beloved and eclectic communities. Barry’s vision and advocacy helped give rise to some of the area’s most iconic features, including artist Brad Oldham’s “Traveling Man” sculpture, the Deep Ellum arts and film festivals, and “Bark Park Central,” the city’s first dog park, a project that Barry dedicated to his special four-legged friend, Delilah.
Barry also led the University Crossing Public Improvement District at North Central Expressway and Mockingbird Lane and most recently served as the executive director of the Vickery Midtown Public Improvement District, an area that has been home to refugees and new immigrants from around the world for decades.
Barry’s longtime vision was to celebrate the diversity and culture of the residents while bolstering opportunities for economic growth maintaining the soul of the people and history of this one time turn of the century town. Upon Barry’s diagnosis of a rare form of liver bile duct cancer called cholangiocarcinoma in March of 2016, his vision found new purpose. Turning his attention back toward San Miguel de Allende, he and Debora formed a nonprofit called “Little Things Matter,” which provides resource support for projects that lead to small-scale impact, generating opportunity for those aspiring to improve quality of life for themselves and others.
Barry believed that empowering people in Mexico’s under-served communities was a way to give back to the region that had given him and his family so much joy over the years. He spent the last two years of his life wholeheartedly pursuing this calling, along with his wife, his daughter, and the countless friends, both old and new, whom he inspired along the way.
“Your legacy begins today,” Barry’s pastor Dr. Gary Brandenburg told him when he learned the news of his condition. Those four words radically changed the lens through which Barry viewed his disheartening prognosis, and birthed within him a new faith to live out his mission with purpose, depth, and authenticity.
With a new mission statement, Barry purposefully lived out the rest of his days–inspiring, encouraging and generously sharing love both in word and deed with his many friends, colleagues and especially with his wife and cherished daughter.
On Tuesday, January 30, Barry was baptized by Dr. Brandenburg, the pastor who will officiate his funeral. At his baptism, Barry said, “It’s still hard to believe it’s the end, but maybe it’s the beginning.”
Barry is preceded in death by his mother, Helen Vernia-Smith, and step-father Bobby Smith. He is survived by his wife, Debora Annino, daughter, Lena Annino, father, Joe Annino of La Jolla, California, father-in-law & mother-in-law, Foster & Judy Reed of Hot Springs Village, Arkansas, sister-in-law, Rhonda Blessing and husband, John, nephew, Josh McClendon, niece, Brooke Moorman and husband, Wes, and great-nephew, Wesley Henderson, and great-niece Lily McClendon.
Barry will be laid to rest in a private family burial at Restland Memorial Park. A public memorial service will be held Friday, March 9, 2018, at 3:00 p.m. at Fellowship Bible Church Dallas at 9330 North Central Expressway, Dallas, Texas 75231. For more information, call 214-739-3881.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given to Little Things Matter at https://womensnpa.givingfuel.com/little-things-matter
The family of Barry Annino wishes to extend our sincere thanks to Dr. Andrew Scott Paulson of Texas Oncology at Baylor Charles A. Sammons Cancer Center and Faith Presbyterian Hospice.
GRANBURY – Johnny Ball, 56, passed away Monday, May 7, 2012, in Dallas. No services are planned at this time.
Memorials: Memorials may be made to Mission Granbury, P.O. Box 1343, Granbury, Texas 76048.
Johnny was born July 16, 1955 in Fort Worth, to John Washington and Maybell Neeley Ball. He married Jeannie Keen Young in 1990, barefoot on the beach in Surf Side, Texas. He loved the ocean and being on the lake. Johnny served in the U.S. Army and owned and operated Jays Auto Service in Arlington and Car Quest Auto Parts in Granbury for several years. He was a hard-working, good hearted man who dearly loved his wife and was so proud of his two sons. He will be greatly missed and his fun memories will be treasured by his loving wife Jeannie. He was a member of Lakeside Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by his parents.
Survivors: Wife of 22 years, Jeannie Ball of Granbury; two sons, Wayne Young and wife, Michele, Gary Young, all of Arlington; two sisters; two uncles; nieces, nephews and cousins.
Musician, writer, teacher and leader, Ron Cabal, leaves behind a devoted family, and friends too numerous to count.
A native of Arlington, Ron moved to San Marcos in 1974 to pursue his B.A. in English at Southwest Texas State University. Ron became a pioneer in the revival of Texas Swing music as co-founder, bandleader, lead guitarist and vocalist with the Ace in the Hole country swing band. After hiring fellow SWTSU student George Strait as their lead vocalist, Ace in the Hole became renowned as a tireless touring show throughout the United States.
Ron recounted his experiences with Ace in the Hole, including such appearances as a show for 35,000 fans at the Astrodome in a 1990 book, A Honky Tonk Odyssey.
In the 1980's Ron co-founded a popular rock n' roll band in the Austin-San Antonio music corridor, Texas Weather. It was at this time that Ron became an active musical composer and lyricist.
Ron received his master's in English from Southwest Texas State in 1992. While leceturing at St. Edward's University in Austin (after a stint at SWTSU), Ron returned to his misical roots with a series of appearances in blues venues.
Preceded in death by his father Ted, Ron is survived by his sons Taylor and Trevor; beloved companion Revecca Tassi; step-children Rivkah, China and Josef; mother Maxine Cabal Schrader and step-father Roy Schrader of Arlington; brother Dr. Ted Cabal; and three nephews in Midlothian.
Per Ron's living request, cremation was administered by Angel Funeral Home of Austin.
A memorial service was conducted in Austin on Sunday, May 12, 1996 in Queen of Peace Chapel on the St. Edwards campus.
I am proud to say I was married to Ron and had two wonderful boys. He was the best Dad and husband. I loved hearing him walk around the house singing or playing his guitar. We had many happy times together. He was a happy man and I think of him daily.
From Bryan Sawyer on March 10th, 2013
To my friend and one Hell of a musician, Ronnie! Who knows, if Ronnie hadn't hired George Strait to sing in his band (Ace in the Hole), country music history may have been different!
From Ana Pettit on March 10th, 2013
What a guy! And, what a musician we will miss. He will not be forgotten.
ELIZABETH ANNE CARTER EDDY passed away February 13, 2003. She was born September 14, 1956 in Dallas, Texas. Liz graduated in 1977, Magna Cum Laude in Biology from Texas A&M University. She continued wearing her Aggie heritage proudly in spite of her SMU-graduate father and Texas/SMU graduate brother! Her Dad, former Chief of Propulsion at LTV in Fort Worth, taught her a love of the power, grace and freedom of airplanes. She loved watching Jet Fighters perform aerobatics at Airshows! She married her Oilfield Engineer Nebraskan husband Stephan M. Eddy in 1985 and pursued a career as a Real Estate Broker. She was preceded in death by her mother, Erma (only a day earlier); her father, Howard, and father-in-law, Robert M. Eddy. She is survived by her husband, Stephan; her brother, Sam (Howard F. Carter, Jr.); sisters-in-law, Alice, Glenda, Sharon, and Theresa; brothers-in-law, Mark, Max, and Alexander; nieces, Austyn and Whitney; nephews, Ben, Charles and Seth. A Memorial celebration will be held in Stafford and Arlington, Texas; Liz's ashes will be scattered in the Gulf during a hurricane (she loves those too!).
Terry was one of the kindest and sweetist friends I've ever had! He was always a bright spot with his quick smile and deep laugh...what a blessing to have known him.
From Kitty Brennan Richey on March 16th, 2014
Terry was one of my brother's best friends. When I was a senior at AHS, Terry was going to college in San Marcus. He heard I didn't have a date to my senior prom so he drove up & took me! I had such a blast as you can imagine if you knew Terry! I have never forgotten that & never will! One of the sweetest guys you could ever know! RIP sweet Terry!
From Ana Pettit on March 10th, 2013
Loved this guy! Funny, smart, always happy! I share having Multiple Sclerosis as he did. Wish the doctors had the knowledge we have today to treat MS. Seems so many of us who grew up in Arlington have MS. So upsetting Terry was taken from this life because of MS. He is in a better place where he can be his crazy, funny self once again. Always think of him. May he rest in peace.
Gary T. Fitzgerald, 59, of Arlington passed away Wednesday, December 23, 2015. He was received in heaven by his son, Kaleb T. Fitzgerald and father, Harold T. Fitzgerald. Survivors: Mother, Anita Fitzgerald; daughter Ashley F. Watson and son -in law, Brandon Watson; sister Cari F. Cook and brother in-law Jim Cook. Visitation: Monday December 28, 5:00 pm - 7:00pm. Service: Tuesday, December 29, 2:00 pm at Moore Funeral Home in Arlington, graveside burial immediately following. Memorials: In lieu of flowers gifts may be made to Life Gift Organ Donation, 1701 River Run # 300, Ft. Worth 76017.
So many sweet and loving memories I have, I was so lucky to have you as my dearest friend.
From Marti Hamilton on February 12th, 2014
Mary was the sweetest, most loyal friend, with a beautiful smile......a precious friend's life taken much too soon.
From Judy Ramsey-Snodgrass on April 3rd, 2013
Mare was the best friend anyone could ever have. We had so many laughs and memories - they will last a lifetime. I think about her so often. She was a great mom (for 14 months), wonderful wife and super friend. RIP my buddy.
I used to call him "Shrub Head" because of his thick curly hair, and he called me "Strings" because of my thin, fine hair; he was a good friend and I've missed him for 40 years! I remember he died in 1974 and his class ring was delivered just in time to put on his finger in the coffin. See ya soon Shrub Head!
Ira is my brother and I miss him every single day. His nieces and newphew never got the chance to meet him, but I know they would have loved him as much as I do. He was a great brother.
From Mark Liberato on June 10th, 2014
Ira, you left us way to soon, damn-it! We sure had a great time in highschool. I'll never forget our fishing trip we tried to go fishing but ended up hydro-plaining and then spinning around on that FM road in east Tx. Sure am glad we didn't get hurt; can't say the same for the boat though. Rest in peace my friend.
Larry Dale Ireland, Jr., 62, of Grand Prairie, Texas passed away on March 2, 2018.
He was born on January 15, 1956 in Bonham, Texas to Dale and Barbara (Williams) Ireland.
Larry attended school in Arlington and graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School in Dallas. He enjoyed being on the swim and dive team at Woodrow. After graduation, he lived and worked in Irving, Laredo and Mineral Wells. Larry made friends everywhere he went and his many friends were very dear to him. Some of his favorite times were at Texoma water skiing and being with friends and family. Larry was a talented musician and played guitar and sang in several bands. He had a quick wit with knack for puns. His sense of humor will be greatly missed by all that knew him.
He is survived by parents, Dale and Brenda Ireland of Irving, and mother Barbara Brice of Dallas; sisters, Deborah Ireland of San Diego, California, and Tressie Ireland McGrew and husband, David, of Waco, Texas; several nieces, aunts, cousins and his beloved dog, JoJo.
His honoring and visitation will be held on Tuesday, March 6, 2018, from 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm, at the Aria Memorial Chapel in Irving, Texas.
The family would like to thank all the family and friends who helped make Larry’s life full.
The day after I add Barry Aninno to this page here I am adding my best and life-long friend Larry; I just don't want to believe it! My parents and his were friends when we were in kindergarten, and we've been close ever since, that's why this one is so hard!
Los Angeles, California
John W. Lake died in Los Angeles. He was 37.
John attended University of Houston and graduated from Pratt Institute of Art, Brooklyn, NY, degree in graphic design. Joh worked for a company, Manhattan Resources creating advertising lines for various firms including
Adidas Shoes, Adriene Arpel Cosmetics, Tommy Hilfiger, and others.
Cryptside Service will be at 1pm Wednesday at Moore Memorial Gardens Mausoleum.
Moore Funeral Home is in charge of arrangememnts.
Mr. Lake was born in Dallas.
Survivors: Parents John and Cady Lake of Arlington, sister Lori Hll of Grand Prarie, and companion, Franklyn Cogliano of Los Angeles.
I remember John well from my church and Sunday school times. He was kind of quiet as I remember, but had some good insights. Sweet person too. It makes me sad to think he's passed.
From Ana Pettit on March 10th, 2013
My friend since 1st grade. Our Mother's were friends also. Jon dropped the "h" out of his first name in 7th grade...so I dropped an "n" out of my first name also...he was such a smart, talented friend, I am fortunate to have some of his artwork provided to me by his sister, Lori. I miss him greatly. May he rest in peace.
June and I stayed friends for quite some time after graduating high school. I just happened to look at the obituraries on 5-25-06 and saw that she had passed away from breast cancer on 5-23-06. I did attend her beautiful funeral and said goodbye to a really dear friend.
From Rod McElroy on March 11th, 2014
I know no details... I will try to get some. She died from Cancer.
ARLINGTON -- Ricky Louis McMullen passed away Wednesday, June 26, 2013, in Arlington.
Service: 10 a.m. Saturday in Moore Funeral Home Chapel. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at Moore Funeral Home.
He was born in Lawton, Okla., on June 27, 1955. Ricky moved to Arlington when he was 6 and graduated from Arlington High School in 1974. He worked at Leaman Container, Brown's Auto and WinSystems.
He loved his family, fishing, college football and baseball, and his two dogs, Boomer and Baby. Ricky married Nancy Eaton in 1980, and had a daughter, Becky, in 1983.
He was preceded in death by stepdad, Butch Sims; mother and father-in-law, Fleda and Gene Eaton; and his dog, Snuggles "The Wonder-Puppy."
Survivors: His loving wife, Nancy; daughter, Becky and Chris Hawkins; mother, Lena Mae Sims; sister, Patty Brown and Buddy; Brother, Roger McMullen and Terri; best companions, Boomer and Baby; grandoggies, Eddie and Kinsey; nieces and nephews; and many friends.
Dana Loueve Smith 1956 - 2013 | Obituary Dana Nabors Smith, 56, beloved mother, grandmother, daughter and sister, passed away Wednesday, June 5, 2013. Memorial celebration: 11 a.m. Wednesday, June 12, at Wade Family Funeral Home Chapel, 4140 W. Pioneer Parkway, Arlington, with Rev. Bobby Bridges officiating. Interment: At a later date in Mount Olivet Cemetery, Fort Worth. Dana was born on June 28, 1956, in Fort Worth to Louis Edwin Nabors and Jo Evelyn Abbott Nabors. A resident of Arlington most of her life, she was a 1974 graduate of Arlington High. Dana was a friend to everyone she met. Her smile lit up the room, and providing joy to others gave great meaning to her life. Don't be surprised if you heard her humming a tune on one of her walks. She believed everyone should march to the beat of their own drum. Dana treasured family time. She was an artist, a lover of music and chocolate, a mermaid at heart, and always up for an adventure. You could find her off the beaten path. Our ray of sunshine will be missed by all who knew her. Survivors: Daughter, Lindsey Smith and her son, Luke; son, Garrett Smith and Rosie Otieno and their daughter, Autumn; parents, Louis and Jo Evelyn Nabors; sisters, Christy Crump and husband, Paul, Merrell Woolf and husband, David, and Kendell Vaught and husband, Chuck; special friend, Mike Nanny; 17 nieces and nephews; and her beloved dog, Toby.
Nancy was born Nov. 5, 1955 in Ft. Worth, Texas to Lucille and Jesse L. Ward of Arlington, Texas. She passed away on Nov 20, 2011 in San Antonio, Texas after a courageous 13 month battle with brain cancer. Nancy grew up in Arlington, graduating from Arlington High School in 1974. She received a B.S degree from Trinity University and a Masters degree from the University of Texas at San Antonio. Her career in education spanned over thirty years in teaching and counseling with the San Antonio I.S.D. She was a very kind and compassionate person who loved her work and loved working with children, especially those with special needs. Nancy was a devoted mother and involved with all activities of her two daughters and their friends. She is preceded in death by her father Jesse l. Ward who passed away in 1984. Survivors include: husband, Bill Nakayama, daughter, Luci Monaco and husband, Devin , daughter Janna Nakayama, all of San Antonio, TX. Her mother, Lucille Ward , sister Beth Ward Reser and husband Charles all from Arlington, Texas. Nephew, Matthew Reser of Oklahoma city, Oklahoma and Aunt Cassie Stroud of Kaufman, Texas. Nancy was a member of Windcrest United Methodist Church. Her Memorial Service will be held there on Thursday, Dec. 1st at 11:00, 8101 Midcrown Drive , San Antonio, Texas 78239. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the American Cancer Society or CaringBridge.org in Memory of Nancy Lou Ward Nakayama .
Anthony “Tony” Parsneau, age 58, of Clarksville formerly of Fresno- Clovis, CA passed away Friday, September 13, 2013, peacefully at his home with his loving family by his side. A graveside service will be held 3pm, Wednesday, September 18 at Bethel Memorial Cemetery with Pastor Scott Witt officiating. Visitation will be 2:00-2:30pm Wednesday at McReynolds-Nave and Larson Funeral Home. The family will host a memorial service on Sunday, October 6, 2013, at 2:00 p.m., at New Hope Community Church, 4620 E Nees Avenue, Clovis, CA 93612, (559)297-7362.
“Tony”, as his friends called him, was born February 28, 1955 in Memphis , TN the son of the late Lawrence and Betty Mull Parsneau. Mr. Parsneau was a veteran of the United States Coast Guard and a member of New Hope Community Church in Clovis, CA. Tony dedicate 30 years to Pacific Gas and Electric as a Towerman/Foreman/Subforeman-A, and then an Inspector. He finally retired to go to his beloved Tennessee home on September 1, 2013. Throughout his life he always maintained a deep love for his family, fishing and the outdoors.
Tony is survived by his wife, Janice “Jan” Harper Parsneau, daughters; Andrea Parsneau and Nikki Parsneau, and son-in-law; Michael Hays McGee all of Clarksville, along with brothers; Christopher and Lawrence Parsneau, and a sister; Melinda Sweeny. He is also survived by nine nephews and three nieces.
In lieu of flowers the family requests memorial contributions be made to the Wounded Warrior Project, 652 Joel Dr., Ft. Campbell, Ky 42223.
Arrangements in the care of McReynolds-Nave and Larson Funeral Home, 931-647-3371 or online at www.navefuneralhomes.com.
I met Marla when we were both working at Sears. I was a senior at AHS 75 and she had already graduated. I did not know she had died. She was a fun and nice girl and we sold a LOT of socks and dresses in the girls 7-14 department at Six Flags Mall. I still think of her from time to time.
Sakowski, Patricia Louise 11/13/1955 - 1/2/2009 Patricia Louise Sakowski, 53, of Des Moines, Wash., passed away Friday, Jan. 2, 2009. A public memorial service for Patti will be held at noon Saturday, Nov. 14, at St. Michael's Catholic Church, 3713 Harwood Rd, Bedford, Father Phil Johnson celebrant. Patti was born Nov. 13, 1955, at St. Paul Hospital in Dallas, attended public schools in Arlington, graduated from Arlington High School, class of 1974, and attended Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos. She enjoyed being an AHS Varsity Cheerleader, and was a member of the National Honor Society. In May 1976, Patti graduated from the American Airlines Training Center in Fort Worth, where she began her 32-year career as a flight attendant with American Airlines on the international routes from California and Washington state to Tokyo, Japan, and Honolulu, Hawaii. Patti was number eight of 11 children, and was preceded in death by her parents, Peter C. Sakowski, Sr. and Emily C. (Waclawski) Sakowski of Arlington. Her siblings, Peter Sakowski Jr. and wife, Ann, of Arlington, Wanda and Jim Beymer of Franklin, N.C., Mike Sakowski, M.D., and wife, Kay, of Arlington, Paul Sakowski and wife, Jan, of Plano, Darlene and George Donovan of Arlington, Christine Trani of Salt Lake City, Utah, Mannya and George Haltom, D.D.S., of Glenwood Springs, Colo., John and Nancy Sakowski of Dallas, Greg and Gwen Sakowski of Arlington, Carol and Bill Jusko of Tabernacle, N.J.; and many nieces and nephews.
Published in Dallas Morning News on November 8, 2009
ROGER LYNN SPIVY
FEBRUARY 13, 1956 - JANUARY 16, 2005
Roger was born February 13, 1956 in Enid, Oklahoma to Ronald Jack and Barbara Lichtenberg Spivy. He was baptized on March 18, 1956 at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church by Pastor August Meitler. He was confirmed at Grace Lutheran Church in Arlington, Texas on May 17, 1970.
Roger was a graduate of Arlington High School and attended SMU. He began his career as a dancer/choreographer at an early age. He danced on Miss Teenage America in 73, 74 and 75 where he worked with John Davidson, Bob Hope and Richard Thomas. He choreographed the Miss USA and Miss Universe productions. Roger replaced Gregory Hines in “Sophisticated Ladies” performing in Tokyo, Paris and Russia. In New York he appeared in the original production of “42nd Street” and “Me and My Girl”. In Las Vegas he performed with Ann Margaret. The last ten years he worked as the general manager of New York Harlem Productions with many shows including “Porgy and Bess”. Roger had a deep faith out of which came genuine love and thoughtfulness.
He was a member of St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church of North Hollywood where he was active with the homeless.
He is survived by his parents and two sisters, Cathy Molsberry and Lori Turner, five nieces and one nephew.
William Page “Bill” St. Clair, age 47, of Coleman died Thursday, November 27, 2003 at his residence. Graveside services were held at 2 p. m. Monday at Johnson Station Cemetery in Arlington, Texas, under the direction of Stevens Funeral Home of Coleman.
Bill was born January 7, 1956 in Tarrant County, a son of the late Robert Page St. Clair and Mae Evelyn Shelton St. Clair. He was reared in Arlington and graduated from Arlington High School. He moved to Coleman in 1993 from Abilene and Eastland, where he was a machinist.
Survivors include his daughter, Karolyn St. Clair of Arlington; two granddaughters, DeSiree and Kaitlyn Jackson, both of Arlington; his mother, Evelyn St. Clair of Arlington; eight brothers and sisters, Robert St. Clair and wife Kim of Abilene, Teresa Horton of Coleman, Patricia St. Clair of Fort Worth, Christopher St. Clair and wife Sandy of Arlington, Joseph St. Clair and wife Frances of Arlington, Evelyn Blanton of Alvarado, Mary Ryan of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Ann Johnson of Coleman and numerous nieces and nephews.
Sharon Lee Harrington Stagg, loving wife and daughter of Echo, Utah, passed away on Sunday, May 26, 2013, of sudden heart failure after having survived two previous battles with cancer. Sharon was born in Maryville, Tennessee on May 24, 1956 and raised in Arlington, Texas after brief periods of residency in Alaska, Massachusetts and Florida. Sharon graduated from Arlington High School and attended Stephen F. Austin University majoring in elementary education. She moved to Utah with her husband, Scott, in 1983, to enjoy the natural surroundings as she and Scott loved to hunt, fish and camp and they did so as constant companions. Sharon moved to Echo in 2005 and resided there until her passing.
Sharon had many friends among her neighbors and coworkers. She was a hard worker and a loyal employee of The Canyons. Her dogs were an important part of her life and family as they traveled together with her to over 43 states on hunting and fishing trips. One of her passions was musical concerts, having attended at least 500 in her lifetime. She had a kind and loving nature and was a generous person who enjoyed helping others and went out of her way to cheer and validate everyone.
“His love for his wife and her’s for him seemed to balance the scales in his favor.”
Sharon is survived by her friend and husband of 28 years, Charles Scott Stagg, Jr., Parents, Melvin and Yvonne Harrington of Mansfield, Texas, Brothers, Steve Harrington of Mansfield, Texas and Ronnie Harrington, of Arlington, Texas, Sister in-law Ellen Shumate of Houston, Texas and Brother in-law Charles M. Stagg and wife, Linda of Alvin, Texas, Nieces, Christie Byrd, Jessica Harrington and Michele Clayton, Nephews, Cody Harrington, Clay Stagg and Stacey Stagg, Friend, LeeAnn Rowser, as well as numerous great nieces and great nephews and her loving pets, Missy, Sadie and Lucy.
Services are under the direction of Walker Mortuary and are scheduled for 12 Noon, Wednesday, June 5, 2013, at Echo Church and Echo Cemetery. A visitation will be held two hours before the service at Echo Church. Pall bearers are Wyatt Sargent, Steve Hendrix, Charles M. Stagg, Steve Harrington, Ronnie Harrington, Gary Riness, Ronald Moore and Tommy Moore.
A fund has been set up in Scott’s name at Zions Bank for those that would like to help with the funeral costs.
ARLINGTON - Anthony David Sulak, 46, joined his parents in eternal peace Thursday, May 23, 2002, in Arlington.
Funeral: 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Maria Goretti Catholic Church, 1200 S. Davis, Arlington. Burial: Moore Memorial Gardens. Rosary: 5 p.m. Monday in Moore Funeral Home Chapel.
Memorials: Gifts in Anthony's memory may be given to Discalced Carmelite Nuns, 5801 Mount Carmel Drive, Arlington, Texas 76017; or a charity of choice.
Anthony was born Oct. 31, 1955, in Fort Worth, the youngest son of Cyril and Edith Sulak. A former member of St. Maria Goretti Catholic Parish, he was a current member of St. Jude Catholic Church of Mansfield and the KJT, a Czech Catholic fraternal organization. He was a 1974 graduate of Arlington High School where he was a member of the Colts football and baseball teams. He spent a short time working as a physical education instructor and basketball coach for St. Maria Goretti parochial school. He earned a degree in history from the University of Texas at Arlington. He took great pride in his job at General Motors where he had been employed since April 1980. He worked in various departments and was currently working in the body shop. He enjoyed playing darts, dominoes and cards. He was a history buff, an avid sports fan and a master of trivia.
He will be remembered as a loving, kind, generous and devoted son, brother, uncle and friend. He will be truly missed.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Cyril M. and Edith Sulak; a sister, Barbara Jean Sulak; and a brother, Ronald Joseph Sulak.
Survivors: Brothers, Cyril Sulak and wife, Gloria, of Grand Prairie, E. Wayne Sulak and wife, Angela, of Arlington and Ted Sulak of Pantego; sisters, Joan O'Donnell and husband, Brian, of Coppell, Dolores Whitney and husband, Don, of Indianapolis, Ind., and Bernadette Sulak, Mary Celeste Sulak, Suzanne Sulak and Donna Sulak, all of Arlington; six nephews; eight nieces; 10 great-nephews; and seven great-nieces. Moore Funeral Home-N. Davis Drive Arlington, (817) 275-2711
Timothy Neil Turner, of Arlington, Texas was born March 26, 1956 in Lubbock, Texas. Went to be with his heavenly Father June 16, 2017. He was a member of Pleasant Ridge Church of Christ in Arlington. Tim attended Arlington High School and was a part of the graduating class of '74. He then attended Abilene Christian University and went on to graduate from UTA with a Bachelor's degree in Chemistry. He was described as self-sacrificing, smart, funny, kind hearted (to name a few) and brought many smiles to all that knew and loved him. Tim had a vast knowledge, and pursued a career as a Chemist, at Pioneer Balloon Company. He was often found listening to his favorite band The Rolling Stones. Timothy also was an avid coin collector. He was a fan of the Dallas Cowboy and Texas Rangers. As an athlete, he enjoyed playing tennis, baseball, and softball, but probably enjoyed most being the sideline coach at his sons' games. Those left to cherish his memory: mother, Ester Turner; son, Nick Turner; sisters, Linda Nesmith, and Kandy Turner Wulf; fiancé, Suzie Rinn; and uncle, Don Turner; along with numerous other family members. He is preceded in death by his father, Bill Turner.
I guess I first meet Mark in the 1st grade. We were on the same Little League baseball team (which his dad (Ernest (Zeke) Wilemon coached), the YMCA basketball team together, and he was the one that invited me out one hot summer day and introduced me to the game of golf. He was a great guy and friend that would give you the shirt off his back. I think of him often . . . Peace be with you!
From Ana Pettit on March 10th, 2013
Truly unbelievable we lost Mark. What a great guy. I had no idea he was battling depression. He, too is in a better place.