Sandra Ivey Hines Goheen

Sandra Ivey Hines Goheen, 74 years of age, went home to be with the Lord on Wednesday, April 28, 2021 in Fort Worth, Texas. Sandy was born on December 27, 1946, in Hattiesburg, MS to James W. and Dorothy (Mills) Ivey.  She grew up in a military family and was the oldest of five children. She had a very large extended family who she also adored.  Later in life, she attended Northwestern State University, and enjoyed her career as a nurse.  Her passion was Psychiatric Nursing and she helped many families over the years. Sandy professed her life to Christ in her late teens and used her God-given gift of teaching in Women’s, Children’s and Prison ministries, just to name a few. She was well known for being able to pull off the last-minute ministry event with flair.  She loved to entertain her church family or those visitors/strays that she felt needed friendship.  She also enjoyed singing in the church choirs at Richardson Church of the Nazarene, Huntington Park Church of the Nazarene and Saint Stephens Methodist Church. Sandy was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and friend. Her lifelong hobbies were cooking wonderful meals, landscaping for a beautiful outside space, decorating for a gorgeous inside space, and painting nature scenes.  She loved traveling with Mike, spending time at their lake house in New York, music, shopping, reading, watching movies, shoes and was always up for some fun when her children were small.  She had tried to make everything they did an adventure with a lesson. From bible dinners or family devotions to fun vacations. Sandy loved the holidays, reunions, and any other opportunity to gather with family to share a fabulous meal and make lasting memories.  She has passed this onto her children, bonus children and the grandkids.  She adored her grandchildren like no other. Sandy is survived by her beloved husband, Michael; sons Darin (Bonnie) Hines and James (Christine) Hines; daughter, Dawn Hines; stepson Patrick (Diane) Goheen; brothers, Roger (Brenda) Ivey and Ricky (Susan) Ivey; sister, Cindy (Donnie) Boles; 10 grandchildren: Jamie, Mazden, Tanner, Brody, Jobe, Audrey, William, Kade, Ryann Grace, and Christopher. She was preceded in death by her parents and her brother, James W. Ivey, Jr. A celebration of Sandy’s life will be held at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, June 12, 2021 at Bear Creek Bible Church, 1555 N. Tarrant Parkway, Keller, Texas. A lunch reception follows the service at 313 Calais Drive, Keller, Texas.

Frank P. Panico, Sr.

MY DADDY’S OBITUARY Frank P. Panico, Sr. aka ‘My Daddy’ died peacefully on Wednesday, April 28, 2021, @ 5:40 am in our home. My daddy was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s brought on by injury. He was just shy of his 84th Birthday. Frank, Sr was born July 2, 1937, in the Bronx, New York City, and his mother was Rose Basile. He was the oldest son by a few short minutes before his identical twin brother, Joseph Panico, Sr. His sister, Nancy LeNoble, is 14 months younger than him and her twin brothers were very protective of her. My dad’s youngest brother by 7 years is Peter Panico, Sr. My daddy grew up in East Harlem, New York City. While attending school, my dad worked many odd jobs. Among these jobs were working on Wall Street in the hustle and bustle, being a Salesman at Tiffany’s jewlery store in NYC, and also as a Gift Wrapper in Macy’s Department store. My dad retired from his long career at Equitable Life Insurance. My dad was also extremely athletic and involved with weight lifting, boxing, running and gymnastics. After graduating from High School, Frank, Sr was drafted into the Army and became a Medic. He served our country with Pride. He then was set up on a blind date where he met Margaret Ann Pfister. Shortly after meeting, they were married on December 28th, 1963 and were married for 57 years! Frank Panico,Sr was a Husband, Father, Brother, Son, Uncle, Grandpa, Great Grandpa, Pop-Pop, an ATM, Workout Partner, and the Slowest Walker in History. He was predeceased by his wife of 57 years, Margaret Panico, his sister Nancy LeNoble, youngest brother Peter Panico, Sr and all 4 of his children; Frank Panico, Jr age 56; Michele Siler age 55; Joseph Panico, Sr age 48; and Jenny O’Connor age 45. His children’s spouses are Philip Siler married to Michele; Jaye Panico married to Joseph Panico, Sr; and Thomas ‘TJ’ O’Connor, or renamed ‘The Strong Guy’ by my dad married to youngest daughter, Jenny. He is survived by his 9 grandchildren; In order from Oldest to Youngest they are Divina Siler, Johanna Cannon, Micah Siler, Jaleesa Panico, Ali Mix, Joey Panico, Derick Panico, Mya Summers and Colby Mix. He is Great Grandpa of 4; In order from Oldest to youngest they are Emma Summers, Junie Cannon, Wyatt Summers and Lenor Cannon. We had a Celebration of Life Ceremony, Sunday May 30th of 2021 in my home. It was a true honor to have taken care of my daddy for his last few months alive, and then send him off to Heaven to cause a little ruckus. I LOVE YOU DADDY!!!!

Larry David Laney, 70 years old, was born August 8th, 1950 and passed away Monday May 17, 2021 at Hollymead in Flower Mound Texas. Larry was survived by his loving wife Theresa Laney of 48 years in Haltom City, Texas. Born in Hico Texas Larry was the oldest son to Marland B. Laney and Anne Marie Laney.  Larry was a truck driver for over 25 years.   He was a member of Mid-Cities Baptist Church for many years and loved his church family. He was the choir leader for several years. He enjoyed spending time with his family fishing on the weekends, coaching his daughter’s softball teams and camping in Broken Bow in Oklahoma on vacations.  He was a very humble, patient gentleman. He enjoyed telling cute and funny jokes to bring happiness and joy to everyone he met. He never knew a stranger.  He loved Jesus and was not afraid to share his faith with others. He was a devoted loving husband that would do anything to make his wife Theresa happy. Larry was the best Daddy to his two daughters. Always teaching them even in their adulthood.   He was preceded in death by his Father Marland B. Laney, Mother Anne Marie Laney, Sister Brenda and Brother Ricky.   Larry was survived by his loving wife Theresa Laney, Daughter Amanda/ Husband, Jason Burnham of Saginaw Texas, Daughter Jennifer/ Husband, Victor Mejia of Arlington Texas. Granddaughter Pricilla Laney/ Husband, Matt Spearman of Fort Worth. Grandson Cody Burnham, Granddaughter Allison Burnham and Grandson Sebastian Mejia. One Great-Grandson Christian Spearman. Larry was loved by many for his kind heart and will truly be missed and remembered by many.   The Memorial will be held Monday May 24th at 1:30 at Mid-Cites Baptist Church. Located at 5314 Broadway Avenue, Haltom City Texas 76117.   “Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.” -Isaiah 41:10   “But they who wait for the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint.” Isaiah 40:31

Laura Kanuch

Laura Kanuch passed away on April 15 at the Discovery Village at Alliance Assisted Living Center in Ft Worth, TX.   A visitation was held at the Alpine Funeral Home on April 21.  A graveside service for the family was held on April 22 at the Oakwood Cemetery in Ft Worth.   Laura was born on July 24, 1937 in Columbus City, Iowa.  She lived, and attended school in Burlington, Iowa, and after graduation moved to Minneapolis, MN.  She graduated from the U of MN in 1965 with a degree in Social Work.  She married George Kanuch in July 1964.  They lived in several locations, and ultimately moved to Ft Worth, TX in 2003.   Laura and George are members of Gateway Church in South Lake, TX.  Her lifelong passion was studying the bible and winning souls by sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ.  She did work for the 700 Club and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.   She was an extremely loving and caring wife, mother, and grandmother.  Laura is survived by George, her husband of 56 years, two daughters, Michelle in Keller, TX, and Melanie in Prosper, TX.  Also surviving are 5 grandchildren, Ashley, Emily, Sydney, Cassidy, and Christian.  Laura was preceded in death by her parents and her brother Daniel.

Lillian “Faye” Harris

A memorial service for Lillian “Faye” Harris, age 67, of Ft. Worth, Texas, will be held 4:00 pm Tuesday, May 4, 2021, at Christian Center of Fort Worth, located 4301 NE 28th St., Haltom City, TX, 76117. Mrs. Faye Harris passed away Tuesday, April 20, 2021 at Stonegate Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Fort Worth, Texas after a sudden decline in health. Cremation is under the direction of Alpine Funeral Home, Fort Worth. Faye Harris was born December 29, 1953, in Dallas, Texas to Rev. John and Mrs. Dorothy Reeves. As a preacher’s family, they moved quite frequently. On June 21, 1982, she married the love of her life, John Dalton Harris. She was a Licensed Practical Nurse for twenty-five years. Her favorite assignment was as a neonatal nurse, although she was very nurturing to everyone she met – patients, family members, friends, and strangers. She was a devout Christian and loving wife, mother and grandmother (Neenee). In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by her brothers, James Robert Gerald Reeves, , and Marvin Wayne Reeves. She is survived by: Her brother and sisters – Franklin Lavoy Reeves of Mansfield, Texas, Mary Nell O’Conner of Albuquerque, New Mexico and Emily Granger of Morgan, Texas. Her children – Amy Belen Capers (and Casey Williams) of Azle, Texas, Heath Landon Johnson (and Melinda Peet) of Austin, Texas, and (stepdaughter) Amy Kara (and Tom) Hensley of Frederick, Oklahoma. Her grandchildren – Natalie Horn of Pittsburg, Texas, Alec Capers of Culpepper, Virginia, Nathaniel (and Susie) Capers of Lake City, Florida, DeLayna (and Quade) Basham of Frederick, Oklahoma and Douglas Basham of Frederick, Oklahoma. And five great grandchildren.

Billy Thomas Webb

After a hard-fought battle with an aggressive cancer, Billy Thomas Webb, 68, of Joshua, peacefully passed away at his home in Joshua, Texas, on March 14, 2021.  Billy was born on June 4, 1952, in Corsicana, TX.  He was predeceased by his parents, Marion and Joyce; and grandson, Logan.  He leaves behind his wife, Elizabeth; 9 children and their families, Christian, Kenneth, Kendra, Gregory, Brandon, Joshua, Winter, Kaitlyn, and Austin; 12 grandchildren, Gabe, Hailey, Ethan, Brady, Joey and family, Mariah, Michael, Jocelyn, Paris, Maryann, Amelia, and Ben; 1 great grandchild, Millie; a sister, Debbie and family; and an Uncle, Ken.

Dorothy Balthrop

                  Dorothy Fay Balthrop, age 100 of Fort Worth, Texas, died Monday, April 05, 2021 at a Hospice Center.   The family will have a private graveside service at Mount Olivet Cemetery on Saturday, April 24th.   Mrs. Balthrop was born July 8, 1920 in Fort Worth, Texas to the late H.C. and Audrey Bunn.  In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by two brothers, a sister and her beloved husband of 71 years, Jack.  She was a long-time member of Ridglea Presbyterian church.   She is survived by her sons, Gary and Craig Balthrop; their wives, six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.

Bradly Dean Anderson

Bradly Dean Anderson of Justin, Texas died peacefully in his sleep on April 11, 2021 at the age of 53. He was the beloved father of Faith Ann Anderson and brother of Darren Duane Anderson. He is also survived by his former wife Melissa Ann Anderson (née Geanisis) and many aunts, uncles and cousins in Michigan and Iowa. He is predeceased by his parents Dennis Dean Anderson and Mary Louise  Anderson (née Erkkila), and his brother Kevin Wayne Anderson. Brad was born in Marquette, MI on March 3, 1968. The family lived in Michigan, North Dakota, and Louisiana, finally settling in Phoenix, Arizona, where Brad graduated from high school. He attended Glendale and South Mountain Community Colleges. Brad then joined the US Army serving at Ft. Devens, Ma, Korea, and lastly at Ft. Huachuca in Arizona working in Military Intelligence and what was then experimental drones, achieving the rank of Staff Sargent. He will be buried with full military honors. After serving in the military for 9 years, Brad worked in the private sector as a Senior Tech Support Engineer for Zensar. He was also a man of deep faith, worshipping with Kenneth Copeland on TV and, after moving to Texas, at the Eagle Mountain International Church. He was also involved with Kenneth Copeland Ministries serving as a Security Guard. He loved helping many people, including opening his home to those in need. Brad loved to fly and was a private pilot (as was his dad); he enjoyed driving motorcycles, Karate, baseball, softball, fishing, his bowling league, playing his guitar and playing cards with family and friends. He loved to cook and grill, making some amazing meals. Another activity he loved was to watch his daughter Faith play soccer and doing Karate with her, as well as going to school with her including spending lunchtime with her — he even volunteered to be a Watch Dog. He and Melissa were together for 28 years, most of which were very happy. Brad was a great Dad and friend and will be missed by many.

Linda Fae Singleton

Linda Fae Singleton, 50, passed away Thursday April 8, 2021 surrounded by loved ones. Celebration of life will be held at 6 p.m. Friday April 23, 2021 at the family home. Linda Fae was born March 8, 1971, in Fort Worth, Tx., to James and Patricia Singleton. Linda was preceded in death by her son, Dakota Ryan Hatch; her mother, Patricia Singleton; and grandparents. Survived by her father, James Singleton; sisters, Betty Lou Brand, and Cheryl Lynn Singleton; brother, James P. Singleton Jr; nieces and nephews, Eddie, Michael, Paige, William, Zachary, Sheralyn, and Samual; seven great nieces and nephews; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

Darlene Harris

Our beautiful Wife, Mother, Grandmother, and Great-Grandmother, Darlene Harris, passed away on April 15, 2021. She was 73 years old. Her life was shared with a large, loving family and wonderful friends. Darlene Joy Searcy Harris was born on August 23, 1947, to parents James and Lucille Searcy in Fort Worth, Texas. She was their only child, but Darlene had 3 older siblings from her mother’s first marriage. She graduated from Polytechnic High School in 1965. One month later, she married the love of her life, Larry Harris, following a 5-year courtship.  Larry and Darlene were married on June 11, 1965. They lived in Tarrant County, during their 55 years of marriage.  They had three children, Bryan, Kevin and Alysha.  Darlene worked in a variety of jobs over the years, including as a nurse’s aide at Harris Methodist Hospital, in customer service at J.C. Penney’s, in various office support roles in a few locally-owned small businesses, and finally as a transcriptionist for Radiology Associates.  She retired in 2009.  Before she became disabled, she loved spending time fishing and camping with her husband in their trailer, traveling, and she was a fan of both the Texas Rangers and the Dallas Cowboys.  However, it was her family that was most near and dear to her heart. Darlene is survived by her husband, Larry Harris of Watauga, Texas; her son, Bryan Harris of Dallas, Texas; her son and daughter-in-law, Kevin and Sherry Harris of Fort Worth, Texas; her daughter and son-in law, Alysha and Larry McCaskey of Keller, Texas; her brother, Jack Jones of El Cajon, California; and her sister and brother-in-law, Dorothy and Richard Hoyler of Arizona City, Arizona.  She was preceded in death by her sister, Billie Moga of Fredricksburg, Texas, but survived by a brother-in-law, Dick Moga.  Darlene had six grandchildren, one great-granddaughter, numerous nieces and nephews, as well as other extended family. A celebration of life memorial will be planned for a later date.