Scott Edward Garrett

Scott Edward Garrett 45 of Fort Worth, passed away on Tuesday October12, 2021 after a short battle  with Covid 19. Scott was born in Fort Worth, TX on March 26, 1976 to Joe and Toni Garrett. He graduated Southwest High School in Fort Worth in 1994 and went on to attend the University of Texas at Arlington. He graduated with a Bachelors of Arts Marketing degree. After college, Scott started his hotel hospitality career as management training at the Corporate Omni Hotel Irving. His career positions included Director of Catering Food and Beverage at the Dallas Crowne Plaza hotel, Assistant Director of Food and Beverage at the Chumash Resort and Casino in Santa Yanez California, General Manager Multi Unit at the Luxor Resort and Casino Las Vegas Nevada, and Beverage Manager at the  Rio Resort Casino Las Vegas Nevada.   He made many friends and acquaintances along the way and will be fondly remembered. Recently moving back to Texas, he was employed as Operations Manager with the” Rim Restaurant” at Waterside in Fort Worth. He is survived in life by his Father Joe David Garrett Sr. of Joshua, mothers Sherry Garrett of Joshua and Toni Garrett of Fort Worth, Spouse Jessica Kaye Swaner of Keller, son Greyson Garrett, son Jaxon Stanley and daughter Avarey Garrett, brothers Joe David Garrett Jr. of Fort Worth, Mitch Clark of Hutto (Austin) and sister Ashlee Clark of Fort Worth. Scott had one grandmother and many aunts, uncles, nephews, nieces and cousins who will miss him dearly. Vistation and viewing will held for Scott on Thursday evening October 21, 2021 at Alpine Funeral Home in Haltom City from 6-8pm for family and friends. A celebration of life will be arranged and plans will be published sometime after the holidays. Scott’s wishes were to be cremated and have his ashes spread on the mountains of Santa Fe, New Mexico where he spent many heartfelt family vacations as a young man.   Rest in Peace, Scott….

Travis Lamar Walker Jr.

“Give me a call” On Friday, October 8th, 2021, Travis L Walker, Jr. started his journey to meet the Lord. Travis was born, raised, and spent much of his life in Ft. Worth, Texas. He graduated from Amon Carter-Riverside High School in 1974. In 1978, Travis hired on at General Dynamics/Lockheed Martin, he retired in 2009 after 31 years. Many of you knew Travis as “Huggie,” some of his Lockheed buddies, as “Tyrone,” the grandkids as “Pap-Paw Huggie,” to his kids he was “Dad” or “Daddy,” but to all he was a Friend. Travis never met a stranger. It does not matter geographically where he was in the US, he would find someone he knew or make a new friend. He would give his last dollar for someone in need. He loved to talk whether in person or on the call and he left a message, “Give me a call.”  Or do not be surprised he may show up at your front door. He loved the Lord and his family. Both meant so much to him, Travis spoke of them often and told many stories. Travis enjoyed Country music, “Classic” country to be specific, fishing, hunting, being outdoors and sitting in his wooden kitchen chair looking out the window. As we continue his legacy, remembering his laughter, his smile, his candid heart, and his stories, take a moment… you’ll hear his voice. Ferlin Husky sings it best “Wings of a Dove,” Fly High on the Wings of a Dove, Huggie. Travis is preceded in death by his father, Travis L Walker, Sr, “Sonny,” his sister, Sharon Kay Walker, his mother, Doris Wagner McCollum, and Stepfather, William McCollum “Bill” and many grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, and a niece. He is survived by his oldest Daughter, Karen Walker Munden, husband Dan Munden, grandchildren, Cody Mills, wife Tiana, great-grandchild, Cooper Mills, Colton Mills and bonus grandchildren, Tyler Munden and Kennedy Munden. His second Daughter, Kathy Walker Stokes, husband, Mack Stokes, grandchildren, Laney Ivey and Kamden Stokes, His Son, Kevin Walker “Bubba,” wife Haley Walker, grandchildren, Tripp Walker and Trew Walker. His Stepmother, Diena Perkins, husband Mike, Stepbrother, Randy Eyster, wife Julie, Stepsister, Penny McNeill. his, stepbrother, Tim McCollum, wife Suzanne, Stepsister, Linda Wencka, and husband, David, many bonus niece, nephew, great nieces, nephews among lots of uncles, aunts, and cousins. For those that would rather donate than send flowers, because of his love for fishing you can donate to Take a Kid Fishing Foundation, in honor of Travis Walker.      

Vester Allen Manley

Vester Allen Manley 64, passed away Sunday Oct. 3, 2021. He was born April 12, 1957 in Fort Worth Texas to John and Sarah Manley. He could do anything and everything from construction to mechanic work. He was also an amazing salesman. He was a man of his word. If he told you he would do something, he did it. His best traits were loyalty and trustworthiness. Although Vester didn’t have any children of his own, family was everything to this man. Nothing mattered more. Vester dedicated the last 25 years of his life to raising his nieces and nephew and then great nephews. Vester is survived by his brothers Jimmy Manley and Morris Manley. Nieces Jennifer Luman Noto and husband Jimmy Noto, Lisa Riddle, Sherry Luman, Marsha Campbell and husband Michael and Brittany Terrell. Nephews Jesse Riddle and Gene Luman Jr. Great Nieces and Nephews Emyllia Terrell, Annalise Roberts, Cora Richardson, Ashley Campbell, Vester Manley, Gene Luman lll and James Luman. Also, so many wonderful friends. Vester was preceded in death by his parents John and Sarah, sisters Donna Faye and Joy Riddle, brothers James, John David, Charles and Jessie Manley

Justine Michelle Riggs

A loving mother and wife, Justine Riggs was loved by all. She was born in Germany on May 5, 1984. She passed away on October 1, 2021 surrounded by loved ones who will continue to honor her legacy by living their lives to the fullest. The simplest pleasures in life brought great joy to Justine. She loved a good time at the lake with family and friends. She found peace watching the sunsets with her children and husband by her side. Justine had an uncanny ability to welcome everyone as if they were family. Her pleasant personality was contagious to everyone she met. She was an amazing wife, mother, daughter, sister, and friend. Justine is survived by her husband Aaron, two sons Ayden and Andru, a daughter Jordyn, parents Mark and Stacy Sutherland, sister Ariale, best friend Michelle, Mother-In-Law Amy, and many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, and grandparents. The viewing is on October 8, 2021 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Alpine Funeral Home, 2300 N Sylvania Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76111.

Lorene J. Moore Davis

Lorene J. Moore Davis was born October 5, 1944 in Montgomery, Alabama.  Lorene was eldest child of eleven born to the union of Bishop William Moore, Sr. and Charlie Mae Shuford Moore.  Both preceeded her death. In 1949, her parents moved the family to El Paso, Texas at the age of five along with three younger siblings.  Lorene attended Douglass Elementary School and graduated from Bel Air High School in 1963. Upon graduation she continued her education at the University of Texas at El Paso and Park University at Ft. Bliss, Texas earning a B. A. in Education. In 1966 she was united in holy matrimony to Donald Gene Davis who preceeded her death.  To this union three daughters were born. Lorene’s employment tenure included 28 years at Southwestern Bell Telephone Company where she retired, opening her own Floral and Craft business and working for the Catholic Diocese of El Paso at Cathedral High School and the El Paso Independent School District as a Substitute Teacher from 2003 until 2020. Mother Davis was a lifelong member of Bethel Church of God in Christ (Bethel Int’I Pentecostal Fellowship) where she was taught the Word of God and trained in the ways of God by her parents.  She was under the leadership of Pastors; Supt. Raleigh L. Lawson, Sr., Bishop William Moore, Sr., Supt. Eugene Moore, Sr. All of whom preceeded her in death, Pastor Wilson Tademy and currently Pastor David Lee Moore. Over the years she held various positions in the church to include Choir Director, President of Pastor’s Aide, Purity Class, Young Women Christian Council, Usher Board, Hospitality, as a willing worker. The past few years she traveled back and forth to Ft. Worth, TX to be with her daughters and grandchildren.  In 2008 she was appointed by the Late Pastor Eugene Moore to serve on the Church Mother’s Board.  Additionally, she was licensed as an Evangelist Missionary in the Church of God in Christ. The Bethel Church family and all that knew her will miss her smile. She always had such a giving heart and felt the need to share with family, the saints, and her community both in deeds and verbally.  Mother Davis was a woman of God that her neighbors loved, respected, and cared for over the years. Early Saturday morning in Ft. Worth, TX, September 18, 2021 with her goddaughter LaShaunna Bruce Smith by her bedside speaking words of comfort, Mother Davis transitioned from this life to be with the Lord. What a blessing! She leaves to cherish her memory three daughters: Donna L. Davis, and Dina E. Davis, Ft. Worth, TX., Bettye J Davis, Denver, CO.; four brothers and two sisters: William Moore, Jr. (Alyca), Robert L. Moore, Charles Lee Moore, David E. Moore and Betty Moore, El Paso, TX, Doris Moten (Argyris), Twinsburg, OH,; one sister-in-law, Edwina Moore, El Paso, TX,; four grandchildren, seven great grandchildren, one uncle, Issac B. Shuford (Margarite), Montgomery, Alabama and one aunt Mattie Shuford, Montgomery, Alabama, two God-sisters; Annette …

Mark Alan McLemore

Mark Alan McLemore, 42, of Haltom City, passed away on September 25, 2021, in Fort Worth.  He was born September 11, 1979 in Fort Worth, Texas, the son of Dudley and Maxine McLemore. Mark graduated from Poolville High School, Class of 1998.  Following graduation, he worked as an electrician and handyman. He is preceded in death by his father, Dudley McLemore and brother, David McLemore.  Survived by mother, Maxine McLemore of Haltom City; brother Mike McLemore and his wife Kristi of Bridgeport; Chris McLemore and his wife Samantha of Springtown; daughter Bailey Kavanaugh and grandson Brixton Kavanaugh of Fort Worth; cousins Mary Dowdy, Rhonda Dye and many nieces and nephews. Visitation will be held September 30,2021 from 6 to 8pm.  Graveside will be held October 1, 2021 at 11am at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Fort Worth, TX. Pallbearers will be Mike McLemore, Chris McLemore, Clay McLemore, Brady McLemore, Gavin Dye, James VanRemmen and Jeff Cole.

Phyllis Ruth Esposito Smith

Phyllis Ruth Esposito Smith Entered into Life February 18, 1951 Fort Worth, Texas   Entered into Eternal Life September 11, 2021 Stephenville, Texas   A Celebration of Life for Phyllis Esposito Smith will be held at Alpine Funeral Home on October 2, 2021. Phyllis was “The Favorite” child of Phil and Mary (Baker) Esposito, and was born in Ft. Worth, Texas, on February 18, 1951. She married Charles Smith on July 11, 1970 and celebrated their 51st anniversary this past summer. Their family was complete with the arrival of their son, Bobby Joe who was the delight of their lives. She was a life-long Christian, raised in First Presbyterian Church. Prior to retirement, she worked at the Fort Worth Press, was co-owner of Phil’s Southside Texaco in Fort Worth, and was a 34-year employee of Tarrant County. She was a long-time volunteer of Northside Inter-Church Agency and Sixty and Better, both in Fort Worth and a volunteer for the Greater Dallas Veteran’s Day Parade in Dallas. Survivors include her husband Charles (Charlie) of Haltom City, Texas; son, Bobby Smith (Laura); sisters Karen Esposito Plunkett (Wayne) and Francine Esposito Pratt (Michael); brothers-in-law Clyff Curry and Jack Marshall; step-mother Mildred Esposito; nieces and nephews Robin Henderson (Joe), Ginger Murrell (Jonathan), Ryan Plunkett (Jennifer), Michael Pratt, Jr. (Carrie), Jennifer Funderburk (Kendall), Charlie Curry (Tori) and Tammy Bobbitt (Terry); great nieces and nephews Jake, Reid, and Jolie Henderson, Taylor and Tyler Murrell, Jaci Costilla and Kenlee Funderburk, Elizabeth Curry, and numerous extended family and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents Phil and Mary Esposito. If inspired, memorials for Phyllis can be sent to Wounded Warriors, Shriner’s Hospitals, or a charity of your preference. Email Ginger Murrell if you wish to join the Zoom service at Please send your request by Friday, October 1st to view the service.

Darren D. Osborn

Darren D. Osborn lived a life full of hard work, family, love and so much laughter. He was born in Fort Worth Tx on September 24, 1961 and gained his angel wings in Irving Tx on September 10, 2021. He is preceded in death by Father and Mother, Franklin and Barbara Osborn; Step Mother Linda Osborn; Sisters Darla Laster and Durenda McCurly. Darren is survived and celebrated by his Wife Michele Osborn; Siblings Darrell and Becky Osborn & Deadrea and Jack Russel; Children Jennifer Wade, Jared and Brandon Whitworth; Grandchildren Auston Miller & Kayla and Mario Jimenez; Great grandson Christian Jimenez; Loving fur babies Chance, Fred, Abby & Bear Osborn & his 3 Nieces and 4 nephews. Darren was loved by any and everyone who met him. Had a heart of gold and always lended a helping hand to whoever needed him. He was a hardworking man, there was rarely a day where family could get him to sit still. He would always say “There’s always something to get done.” and went ahead and did it. He was most definitely one of the funniest people you could ever talk to, just 10 minutes with him would have you holding your side laughing in tears. However, on days he did sit still; he spent his time watching movies and spending quality time with his family. He lived a full life despite all obstacles, and made it a goal to achieve anything he was told he wouldn’t be able to do. He joined the Marine Corp young in life and went on to build and run his own business with his Wife, Son & Grandson.

Sonya Lynn McFadin

Sonya Lynn McFadin Sonya Lynn McFadin, 43 born 07/23/1979 passed away 09/16/2021.Visitation:Alpine Funeral Home Ft. Worth Tx  Saturday 09/25/2021 from 2 4 P.M. Sonya preceded in death by Grandmother Elva Nelson , Mom Syrilda McFadin, Dad Connie McFadin Sr. Brother Connie McFadin Jr. Thomas McFadin Uncles Harold ,Sherwood, William Gemeny. Survivors: Brother Rick Picaso, Sisters Monica McFadin, Tonya McFadin, Sons Brandon Carrillo, Thomas McFadin and Fiance Ashley Cullen, Grandchildren, Parker Faith McFadin, Jayden Grace McFadin, Many Nieces and Nephews.She will be missed by many more.

Daniel Paul Boden

Daniel Paul Boden of Fort Worth went to be home with His Lord and Savior at the age of 87 on Thursday, September 9th 2021.  Daniel was born in Omaha, Nebraska on July 18th 1934 to Daniel and Dorothy Boden. He served in the Army as an MP Private First Class during the Korean War. He married the love of his life, Sheryl Ann Boden, on May 31st 1997. Dan came to faith in the Lord shortly before leaving this earth. He was a member of the Fort Worth Code Blue Association and enjoyed serving his community.  He was preceded in death by his Father, Daniel Boden, his Mother, Dorothy Boden, and his brother, Lee Boden. He is survived by his wife, Sheryl Boden, his stepson, Chris Booher, and his granddaughters, Abigail and Gabriella Booher. Also, countless nieces and nephews that he dearly loved.  Memorial Service to be held at Temple Baptist Church on Saturday, September 25th, 2021 at 11:00am.  The family requests that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the Missions Fund at Temple Baptist Church, Fort Worth, TX. Donations can be made through