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 P.M.to 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 templebaptistchurch.net 

Curtice Andrew Silas

Curtice Andrew Silas, a loving and dedicated father, son, brother, nephew, cousin and friend, gained his wings on September 4th, 2021 at 28 years old. He blessed the world with his grand appearance on May 11, 1993 in Dallas, Texas and moved to New Fairview, Texas as a child where he grew up and remained a Texas country boy at heart. When he wasn’t being the hardworking boss of his own detailing company, he was spending quality time with his precious daughter whom he loved more than life itself, researching new business ideas, catching up with friends or living life on the wild side. Curtice’s infectious smile, sense of humor and outgoing personality could lift the spirits of anyone in his presence. He never met a stranger and it was nearly impossible not to be happy or laughing when around him. His determination to be the best father and overall person no matter what circumstances stood against him truly symbolized his character. He was committed to helping anyone in need when the opportunity came along and never thought twice about doing so. The words “selfless” and “caring” should always be associated with Curtice. He will always be remembered for his big heart of gold, smile, loveable and outspoken personality, loyalty to others, work ethic, persistence, adventurous nature and his “dress to impress” style. Curtice made long lasting impressions with just about everyone that crossed his path and will be dearly missed by many.  Although he is not on this earth in physical form, he will forever be in our hearts. Curtice is survived by his daughter, Sophia Barber, his mother, Vickie Silas, his father, Undra Silas, his siblings, Chad Silas, Robert Miller and Kimberly Silas, his uncle, Oliver Silas, his aunts, Arlisa Woody, Anna Silas Hye and Audrey Flecther and his cousins, Jernorrus Silas, Joseph Silas, Kiara Fletcher, Drusilla Silas and Sydney Woody. The viewing service will be held at Alpine Funeral Home located at 2300 N. Sylvania Avenue, Fort Worth, Texas 76111 on Saturday, September 18th, 2021 at 6:00pm. The burial ceremony and balloon release will commence at a later date to be announced by the Silas family.  All are welcomed to both services to celebrate and remember Curtice’s life and to carry on his powerful legacy.

Jay Dennis Shults

Jay Dennis Shults transitioned from this world to join the Lord in the Kingdom of Heaven early Monday morning September, 13th, 2021. He was greeted in Heaven by his parents, J.W. and Velma Shults, and brother Jerry.  He left behind his wife, Velda Shults.  Daughter, Tami Foster and husband Brandon Foster.  Daughter Amanda Saenz and husband Del Saenz.  Grandchildren; Kaden, Kyndal, Bailey, Rousseau, Victoria, and Abigail.  Brother, Leon Shults and wife Vickie Shults.  Sister, Elaine Kepley and sister, Janell Powell.   There will be a graveside service at 11:00 AM on Monday, September 20, at Crowley Cemetery. 300 N. Hampton, Crowley, TX 76036.  Flowers can be sent to Alpine Funeral Home 2300 N Sylvania Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76111.   Dennis was born on January 8th, 1950 to J.W. and Velma Shults.   Dennis, known as Daddy, PawPaw, Dent, Goose, and other colorful names, depending on who you were speaking with. Dennis was an amazing husband, father, grandfather, brother, father-in-law, and, to almost everyone who met him, friend. Dennis would give you the shirt off his back, the last Cherry Dr. Pepper from the fridge, or the tools from his bench.   Dennis was a musical connoisseur. He loved all genres of music and could be heard singing or whistling various tunes from his garage at all hours of the day and night. Dennis would often tell tales of playing the trumpet in his high school marching band and of being a substitute French horn player for the Fort Worth Symphony. Dennis’s love of music was passed on to his children and grandchildren.   Dennis was a Mister Fix-It. You broke it, he’d fix it. If he couldn’t fix it, then it wasn’t worth keeping. This ability to masterfully repair anything mechanical earned him the title of “Master Southern Engineer.”  It did not matter if you were down the street or across state lines, he could always repair what was broken. In his later years, Dennis would load his tools up on his electric chair’s footrest and zoom down the road to help those in need. He was also a gifted supervisor and could instruct the most inept novice on how to change brakes, repair radiator fans, or build anything you could dream up. He was an amazing teacher and the “original Google.”   Google might as well have asked Dennis for directions. He needed no map and could tell you how to get somewhere by recalling street names, landmarks, and cardinal directions. One could tell Dennis that they were across the street from a purple dinosaur next to a McDonald’s and he could get you home with no more information. His daughters referred to him as the Human Mapsco. If you were lost, call Dennis.   Dennis could talk to anyone and everyone and often did. He had long conversations with random solicitors and invited the cable repairman to dinner. His garage was as good as a therapist’s couch. Everybody came to talk to Dennis and he would listen. …

Sally Jeanette Moore

Monday September 13th, 2021   Sally Jeanette Ashmore, 66, passed away at home surrounded by her loved ones. A Family Private Service will be held at Alpine Funeral Home and a Memorial Burial Service will be announced publicly at a later date.   Sally Jeanette Ashmore was born January 1st, 1955 in Greenwood, Mississippi and moved to California and then later settled in Texas at the age of 10. She was a loving daughter, mother, sister, grandma and friend. She was also known as “Mimi”.  Sally was a respected woman to anyone who had the privilege of meeting her. She brought love and happiness into many hearts. She is preceded in death by husband; Roger Dale Bruce, Sr;  her dad, Lester Lee Ashmore; mother, Daisy Fern Orozco; siblings, Mike Ashmore; Margie Collins; Patricia Ann Blanchard; Lester (Coman) Ashmore; Grandchildren; Kristi Marie. Niece & nephew Angie Orozco and Lester Ashmore Jr. Survivors: Son; Chris Parris, spouse Jo Parris; Daughter; Connie Barksdale, spouse Danny Barksdale; Brother; Carl Ashmore spouse Linda Ashmore;Sister; Diane Bennett; spouse Kasey Bennett Grandchildren: Zachary Rydman, Kristin Rydman, Destani Barksdale, Chelcie Parris, Trey Parris, Brad Parris, Jordan Parris. Great- Grandchildren: Alex Munoz, Klayton Rydman, Sawyor Parris, Brooklyn Parris and Alyssa Rydman. She is survived by many nieces, nephews, cousins and extended family.

John Andrew Rogers, II

John Andrew Rogers, II peacefully passed into the arms of his Loving Savior on Saturday, September 11, 2021 surrounded by his children. John was born October 21, 1938 in Fort Worth, Texas where he resided all of his life.  He has been reunited with the love of his life, Gwen, wife of 43 years who preceded him in death; as well as his youngest daughter, Stacie. John leaves behind a long legacy and is survived by his sons Rusty Rogers and Randy Rogers, his daughters Samantha Rogers Perry and her husband Roland, and Sonja Rogers Hall.  10 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren, many nieces and nephews whom he greatly loved! John was a huge presence in the lives of many and would give the shirt off his back to anyone in need!  He will be greatly missed! Come and Go Celebration of his Life will be held at his daughter Samantha’s home on Saturday, September 18, 2021 at 2:30.  

Rhonda Sue Hinkens

3-14-70~ 8-25-21 Rhonda Sue Hinkens, 51, gained her wings August 25, 2021. It was a very unexpected loss, leaving behind her three children and three grandchildren. She was born March 14, 1970 to Edwin and Dorothy Peterson. She attended Bloom Trail Highschool and went on to be a stay at home mom until being widowed in 2008. She married young and had three beautiful children to the late love of her life, Peter Hinkens. She enjoyed spending her time at Indiana Beach growing up and even carried on the tradition for her children. She spent lots of her time in the kitchen making special homemade meals that she learned so well from her parents recipes and even passed down to her children. When she wasn’t busy making her house a home with such things, she enjoyed camping and sitting by the fire just enjoying life and nature. She worked hard all her life to make sure her children were always put first and had a constant struggle with heart conditions that eventually took her life, even after enduring raising three children alone through pain and heartache. She is survived by her many siblings, Edwin Peterson, Michelle Hoskins (Rob), Terri Unruh (Raymond), Dawn Peterson (Will), and Tim Peterson (Sue) along with her many neices and nephews; her children Jason Hinkens (Stephani), Jamie Hinkens (Jaime), and Jeremy Hinkens; as well as her three wonderful grandchildren Aubrey Sue Hinkens, Aiden Petee Hinkens, and Ava Leigh Hinkens. She was a fighter in all senses and always put her children first, even if it meant she would go without. She will be greatly missed by all those she touched. She had a glow about her that no one could understand with her being put through so many trials and tribulations. She taught so many how to always move forward no matter what happens and her life lessons shes passed on will always shine through

Trudy Ann James-Russell

Trudy Ann James-Russell, 53, gained her wings on August 31, 2021. It was an unexpected loss, and the family is shocked and deeply saddened. Trudy was born on February 12, 1968, to Jesse James and Joyce Smith. She attended MacArthur High School in Irving, TX. Trudy worked as an Accounting Coordinator at Enterprise Holdings for the past five years. She won Employee of the Year in 2017 after winning multiple Employee of the Month awards. She has always worked in the accounting field and met lifelong friends at each company throughout the years. Anyone who knew Trudy knew that she was kind, caring, loving, and funny. She was a nurturer. Her two girls were her heart, but she was a mom to more than just them. She so loved her husband and was a wonderful friend to many others. Trudy loved gardening, listening to music, cooking, motorcycles, but most of all, laughing and visiting with her loved ones. Trudy’s family and friends will miss her more than words can say. Trudy is survived by husband Thomas Russell, daughters Stephani Pritchard and Melissa Pritchard, stepson Zackary Russell, Mother Joyce Smith, brother Danny Overstreet, and sister Rena Patterson. She is preceded in death by former spouse Mark Pritchard, Father Jesse James, and brother Dewayne Overstreet. There will be a memorial service held at 11:00am on Tuesday, September 7, 2021, at Alpine Funeral Home located at 2300 N Sylvania Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76111. If you cannot attend the service, please consider posting on https://alpinefuneralsandcremations.com/.

Randall “Randy” Zane Kellar

Randall “Randy” Zane Kellar, 69, of Granbury, Texas, passed away on August 28, 2021. Randy was born in Gorman, Texas, on May 20, 1952. He graduated from Olden High School and served in the United States Army. He remained active in the Army National Guard for many years. Randy enjoyed fishing (even though no one remembers him ever catching anything) and “fixing” just about anything. He never met a stranger and could make even the worst of times feel like a party. He brought joy into the lives of everyone he met. Randy is survived by his children, Laura Harvey (Matt), Chris Kellar (Abigail), Chris Boyd (Este), Joseph Boyd (Kayla) and Katherine Boyd (Jeremy).  He is also survived by his brothers, Keith (Polly) and Clay (Joni) Kellar.  He had 9 grandchildren that each brought a smile to his face. Randy was preceeded in death by his mother, Wanda Kellar, his father, Olan Kellar and his loving wife, Constance Kellar. Per his wishes, there will be no service. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be given to Hugs Café in McKinney, Texas, or Mission Arlington in Arlington, Texas.