Rubi L. Molina

Rubi L. Molina daughter of Ricardo Correa and Lidia Correa, A loving and caring Mother, Daughter, Sister, Niece, Cousin and Friend was born July 20th, 1987. Rubi attended Montwood High School in El Paso, Texas and graduated in 2005. She later persuaded her love for making a home for people while working numerous jobs as a Leasing Professional and a Property Manager in the Apartment Industry. In 2005 her career brought her back to Dallas, Texas where she lived for 13 years. On August 1st, 2019 she was called upon to join her descendants in God’s Holy Kingdom! Rubi was preceded in death by her Grandparents Jose And Eulalia Molina and Norberto and Josefina Correa. Rubi would always go above and beyond for just about anyone she came in contact with. The world will be a less better place without you. We will always love and miss you. Rubi is survived by her five children; Marissa, Lily, Destiny, Jasmine and Sophia. Visitation will be held at 6 – 8 p.m. Wednesday, August 7th at Alpine Funeral Home in Fort Worth, Texas. Funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, August 8th at St. George Catholic Church in Fort Worth, Texas. Her final resting place will be with her Grandfather at Mount Olivet Cemetery in Fort Worth, TX following funeral services.

John Nathan Singewald

On Friday, July 19th, 2019, John Nathan Singewald, loving husband and father of 8 children, passed away at the age of 67 in Fort Worth, Texas. John was born on December 12th, 1951 in San Jose, CA to George and Susan (Morgin) Singewald. He attended Cabrillo College in 1974, and had many jobs from guitar teacher, music store owner, to finding his passion of computers later in life expressed through the ISP he ran for many years in Middletown, California. On December 18th, 1998 he married Susan Singewald. John eventually moved to Fort Worth, Texas in 2008. John was a brilliant man; his humor and warmth filled any room with joy. He could talk your ear off about any number of subjects but especially the things he felt passionate about. His passions include but are not limited to music, playing guitar, sailing, building and administrating linux servers, stock market trading, and he was fascinated with large format printers. John often said, “I am the greatest guitar player you know,” and he was not wrong. Another subject he enjoyed talking about was his children, he was very proud of all their accomplishments. He also loved his dogs, his favorite among which was his small chihuahua, Jax. John was truly larger than life. John is preceded in death by his father George, his mother Susan, his brother George, and his grandson Giovanni Jr. John is survived by his wife Susan Singewald, his brother Stephen Singewald, and his sister Mary Singewald. His 8 children, Giovanni 49, Aaron 47, Airlin 39, Jessica 36, Gabriel 29, Nathaniel 19, Charlotte 17, and Nash 14. As well as 9 grandchildren Kylie 23, Brianna 21, Savannah 19, James 17, Aaron Jr. 14, Joshua 10, Gage 10, Aryana 1, and 1 great grandson Aiden 2. As well as a niece and several nephews. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, August 10th, 2019 at the Valencia Hall in 2555 Valencia Rd, Aptos, CA 95003, at 11 o’clock a.m.

Judith Ann Parris

Judith Ann Parris, 72, of Aledo, passed away on Sunday, June 9th , 2019, at home.   Celebration of life will be held at 6:00 PM, June 13th, at Alpine Funeral Home.   Judy was born in Midland, Texas to the late Lois and Mary Skinner on December 1st, 1946. She married Raymond on June 15th, 1964 in Fort Worth. She retired as a merchandise supervisor for Walmart in Hudson Oaks.   Judy is preceded in death by her parents, brother Tom Skinner, sister Linda Willis, nieces Mandy Edwards and Terry Reed, and nephew Jerry Reed.   Judy is survived by husband of 55 years Raymond Parris, son Tony Parris and wife Lisa of Ringgold, Georgia, daughter Dina Parris of Aledo, Texas, granddaughter Morgan Parris of Ringgold, Georgia, sisters Mary Edwards and husband Roger, Nancy Saunders and husband Steve, brothers David Skinner and wife Rhonda, Bobby Skinner and wife Barbara, sister-in-law Betty Skinner, numerous nieces and nephews, and friends.   In lieu of flowers, donations may be given to Morris Infinite Healthcare, or charity of choice, in memory of Judy.

Joe Aaron N. Hernandez

Joe Aaron N. Hernandez, 26, of Fort Worth, passed away on Wednesday, June 5, 2019 as a result of a tragic automobile accident. Celebration of Life will be held at Truth Tabernacle Church 1304 NE 23rd Street, Mineral Wells, TX on June 29, 2019 at 2pm. Joe was born in Mineral Wells, TX to Jesse Hernandez and Vicky Nieto on July 10, 1992. He went to high school at Mineral Wells High School and graduated in 2010. Joe worked as a derrick hand for Mercer Well Services in Odessa, TX. Joe loved working on his beloved red corvette and drove his car with a sense of pride. Joe is preceded in death by his father, Jesse Hernandez and grandparents, Cesario and Socorro Hernandez.  Joe is survived by his son, Sydney, mother, Vicky Nieto of Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico, brother, Steven and wife, Kathy of Fort Worth, brother, Israel and wife, Laura of Cleburne, brother, Jesse and fiance, Carrie from Mineral Wells and brother, Marcus of Weatherford. Joe is also survived by nieces and nephews: Courtney, Matthew, Mya, Leah, Alivia, Madilyn, Nina and Zonna and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins From Joe’s niece, Courtney, “You were such an amazing person inside and out. God had bigger plans for you. You had such a beautiful soul and will be missed more than you could ever imagine. You can own all the fastest Corvettes and eat all the Mexican food you want, without anyone ever saying you had enough. Because you were taken from us so early, our chapter with you is done but this only means your BIG story has just begun. I love you very much Joe! Until we meet again. Drive fast through those clouds! We’ll see you at the finish line.”  

Patsy Ruth Brown

Pat Brown of Bedford, TX passed away peacefully and into the arms of Jesus while surrounded by her family  on Wednesday, May 29th.  Pat is survived by her devoted and  loving husband of 66 years, Nathan Brown.  Together they built a beautiful and loving marriage that produced 4 children.  In addition to her husband, Pat is survived by her 3 children.  Kerry Richards and  husband Larry, Debby Fernandez and husband Rudolf, and Kevin Brown.  She was preceded in death by her son Craig Brown.She had 8 Grandchildren whom she cherished, Courtney Osborne, Scott Fernandez, Chad Fernandez, Blake Fernandez, Jason Fernandez, Nicole Kacsir and Whitney Brown along with 7 Great Grandchildren.  Two brothers, Don Looper and Harlon Looper and sister Diane Ferguson. Pat was a dedicated and devoted Mother and Wife first and foremost. She took great pride in her family.   She treasured her children and especially embraced her role as Mimi.  She loved to laugh and had a great sense of fun.  She was a devoted Christian and loved her Church as well as her many friends.  Her family completely adored her and will miss her each day. Services will be held at Harwood Terrace Baptist Church in Bedford with burial at Bluebonnet on June 4th at 10:30 a.m.

Michael Otis Pinckard

Michael Otis Pinckard July 13,1957-May 29th, 2019   Michael Otis Pinckard known as Mike age 61 passed away in his home on May 28th. He was born in Luverne Alabama to William O and Durice Sue Pinckard on July 13, 1957. Mike was a loyal hard working man. In his younger days he loved motorcross, He was a truck driver for over 30 years, in the last few years he retired and loved to spend his time traveling with his daughter or his long life friends Marvin and Cathy Wilkins to Mexico. Watching College football with his son Chad, following his grandson Canyon Winters on the golf course getting pedicures with his grandaughter Lilly Winters.   Mike is survived by his children Kimberly Anne Graves of Granbury, Michael Chad Pinckard and his wife Stephaine, His grandchildren Canyon Brock Winters and Lillian Hanna Grace Winters of Granbury his dog Pattie and his Long life friends Marvin and Cathy Wilkins of Waxahatchie and many other friends.   Mikes last wishes were to be creamated and his ashes to be spread. Please respect that Mike did not want a funeral, memorial service or viewing.   In lieu of flowers or donations Mike would want you to toast to him as a celebration of life, say Roll Tide for him watching an Alabama game or save your money for traveling.

James Olen Jones

On April 22, 2019, God acquired another angel in heaven. James Olen “Pete” Jones, a.k.a. Jim, was born April 20, 1940 in Oakdale, Illinois. He was the son of Auzie Olen Jones and Lila Tressie Fletcher and brother of Hood Jones, Sue Reed and Bootsie Grant. On October 24, 1959, Jim married Shirley Ann Jones and later had four beautiful children; Kari Templin, Craig Jones, Seree Martin and David Jones. During his career life, he proudly served in the United States Air Force from 1960 to 1966 as a fighter crew chief stationed at Amarillo AFB, Texas and Hamilton AFB, California. After his service, he moved his family back to Fort Worth, Texas where he continued his love of fighter maintenance by joining the Lockheed Martin team in 1965. During this time, he contributed to the development of today’s fighter aircraft for the Armed Forces. After 33 years of service, Jim retired from the company in 1998. The man of many names was the provider of his family by being a dedicated husband, a loving father of four, grandfather of ten and great-grandfather of three. Nonetheless, Jim finally gets to join his wife, Shirley, in heaven and look upon his family with pride. He will be placed next to Shirley in The Garden of Ever Lasting Love at Greenwood/Mount Olivet Cemetery, 2301 N. Sylvania Ave, Fort Worth, on Friday, April 26, 2019, at 2:00 p.m. In addition, the family would like to extend an invitation to join them at the post-funeral reception hosted at Los Vaqueros, 2629 N. Main St, Fort Worth, from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Flowers can be sent to Alpine Funeral Home, 2300 N. Sylvania Ave, Fort Worth, TX, 76111.

Taylor Wilson

Obituary   Taylor Wilson was born on December 28, 1949 in New Orleans, LA. He was the oldest child of the late Soloman Wilson, Jr. and the late Mary Wilson. On June 30, 1979, he married Linda Smith and to this union three sons were born.   He was baptized at a young age at Stronger Hope Baptist Church. As an adult he became a member of Jerusalem COGIC. As a result of Hurricane Katrina, he relocated to Dallas, TX where he served as a greeter at Oasis Community Church.   Taylor was educated in the New Orleans Public School System. He attended Booker T. Washington High School and was a 1969 graduate of St. Augustine High School. In 1970 he was drafted into the army and served in the Vietnam War. He continued to serve until he was honorably discharged in 1976.   Though he held many jobs, his passion for Mardi Gras grew when he worked for Kern Studios pulling the floats that brought joy to his beloved city. He was an avid collector of trains and sports memorabilia.   He is survived by his sons: Jeremy (Angelie) Wilson, Julian Wilson, and Jesse Wilson, all of New Orleans, LA; two siblings: Gloria Braithwaite of New Orleans, LA and Lester V. Wilson, Sr. of Reserve, LA; three grandchildren: Amor Wilson, David Wilson, and Jacob Wilson, all of New Orleans, LA; nieces, nephews, cousins, relatives, and friends.

Cecilia “Cissy” Ramos

Cecilia ” Cissy ” Ramos , 70 returned to her heavenly home on April 15, 2019 after a valiant battle with a long illness. Her devotion to her family and her firm belief in God supported her in her struggle and ultimately gave her peace.   Cissy was born in Lubbock, Tx February 19, 1949 to the late Ruby and Ulalio Salazar, she was a loving wife and took pride in being a homemaker and being a great cook. She loved to be home , shopping and at church where she would sing praises to the Lord above, God blessed Cissy with the voice of an Angel. She was a Godly woman who you could turn to for love, compassion, kind words, and godly wisdom. She never turned anyone away especially family, she took pride in having huge holiday get togethers at her house and made everyone feel welcome. Cissy and Jim Ramos were married for 35 years . They were blessed with 3 children, Robert , Libby, and Gemini Ramos. Cissy is survived by her son Robert Ramos and wife Lisa Ramos, daughter Libby Ramos and husband unknown at this time; her grandchildren, Isaac Ramos, Isreal Ramos, Eric Ramos, Justin Flores, Mona Basaldu, Savannah Ramos and great-grandchildren Avery, Kyle, Bentley, Atticus, Bella, Calli, Ezekiel, Nathan, Kylab, and Serenity. Brothers Danny, Martin, Roy, Sam, Jimmy, and Carlos Salazar. There will be a viewing at Alpine funeral home on April 22, 2019 from 10:00 a.m.-12 noon service will be followed at Greenwood Cemetery at 1:30 p.m. She will be greatly missed by her loved ones who celebrate the fact that she is at peace with her creator.

Billy Ross Coen

Billy Ross Coen passed away peacefully into the arms of Jesus in his home on Monday, April 15th with his wife by his side. He was born April 28, 1938 in Wichita Falls, TX the youngest child to Ida Tracey and Joseph Gordon Coen. He married his bride of 45 years, Rose “Ann” Odom on February 23, 1974. He proudly served many years in the United States Army before building a successful career in sales. He retired from John Hancock Life Insurance Company and also succeeded in business long after retirement.  His loves in life were his family, golf, rocking on the front porch, and watching his grandchildren and great-grandchildren grow up. He is survived by his wife Ann, sons Rodney Coen, Lee Coen, Wade Fitzgerald, Troy Coen and their wives and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He was funny, kind, admittedly stubborn, trustworthy, and a follower of Christ. Because of all this and more he will be greatly missed until we see him again.