Jorge Ricardo Rodriquez

Army Veteran: Jorge Ricardo Rodriquez (George 73) passed away on Thursday April 7, 2022 and will be laid to rest (private service) at Dallas Fort Worth National Cemetery. He is survived by his wife: Florita Reyna Rodriquez Son: George Jr. Grandchildren: Nicole, Ryan, and Erica Stepsons: Mario R. Hernandez Jr. and Pete L. Rodriquez

Donald Gene Spencer

Donald Gene Spencer, November 19, 1946 – May 1, 2022, Arlington, Texas Bored of the fishing in Texas, Donald “Donnie” Gene Spencer left this earth, on May 1st, 2022, in search of the best fishing spots in heaven. Donnie was a father to Jennifer Spencer and Samantha Raynes, a brother to Jerry Spencer, an uncle to Shelby and TJ Spencer, and a great friend to many, all of whom will continue to love him here on earth until the day they join him. He was a Vietnam veteran, serving proudly in the 101st Airborne Division between June 1965 to June 1968. He was a master electrician by trade and worked for Texas Instruments for 23 years. He was a fantastic baker who made a mean fudge. While a quiet and private man, he was also known for his kind and giving heart. He never met a stranger and would give them the shirt off his back if he thought they needed it. He loved spending time outside, tending to the muscadine vines that have thrived in his yard since he planted them in 1986. From those vines, he made homemade wine, jellies and jams that he kindly shared with family and friends. Donnie was a cowboy at heart with a rock and roll soul, forming his own style with a classic pocket t-shirt, denim shirt, wrangler jeans, and cowboy boots. Donnie will be truly missed by his family and friends. “Dream as if you’ll live forever, live as if you’ll die today” – James Dean

Tony Jones

James Anthony “Tony” “Toot ” Jones September 11, 1991 – April 22, 2022 Fort Worth, Texas Tony Jones, of Ft. Worth, Texas went home to our Lord and Savior on April 22, 2022. He was 30 years old. Tony was born on September 11, 1991 in Fort Worth, Texas. He was a devoted son, brother, uncle, grandson, cousin, nephew and friend to many.  He enjoyed fishing, cooking, camping, floating the river and anything outdoors. Tony was preceded in death by his great grandmother Carolyn Crow and Cousin Charlie “Tuna” Hinson. Tony is survived by his Daughter Katie. mom Rene Norstrom, stepfather Tom Norstrom, His great grandfather/dad Charlie Crow, Sister Kristal Henson and brother in law Michael Henson,  nieces Hollyn and Brooklyn,  nephew Kasen, Son Alex, Stepbrothers Benji & Stephen, Stepsister Olivia,  Grandparents Ginny and Marty Syring & Tony and Carol Neal, Uncle Brad Neal and Aunt Cheryl Neal, Cousins Khelsea, Triniti, Caleb, Caden, Natalie, Cameron, Jaxon, Callen, Eston, Brynlee, Chasity & Jaque and a large extended family and many friends. Viewing/ Visitation: Tuesday,  May 3, 2022 11am-1pm Funeral Service: Tuesday,  May 3, 2022 1pm Glenview Baptist Church 4805 NE Loop 820, Fort Worth, TX 76137 Funeral Arrangements provided by Alpine Funeral Home 2300 N Sylvania Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76111

Randi Danae Johnson

Randi Danae Johnson was born November 23rd, 1981, in Ft. Worth, TX. Randi stepped thru the gates of Heaven April 7th, 2022 in River Oaks, TX. Randi was born in Ft. Worth and raised in Graham, TX. Randi was an insurance agent most of her adult life, before starting her own successful agency in Ft. Worth, TX. Being very outgoing and talkative were great assets for being in the insurance industry. She enjoyed entertaining her friends and family…cooking, visiting, and laughing. She had the biggest smile and expected a big smile in return. She loved to crochet and recently started crafting. She had a great love for children and animals. She enjoyed gardening and became quite good at canning her produce that she harvested. Talented in many ways…Randi was very giving and loving. She took joy in helping others in need. We are so thankful that Randi knew Christ as her personal Lord and Savior. Knowing we will see her again, gives us comfort and peace. Randi left behind her best friend, Kirk Stoeppleman, her mother, Terre Gray Babcock and step-father, HB, her father Darall Long, brother, Jake Long, grandmother Golda Whitworth, grandfather, Morton Gray and wife Linda, Step-grandfather, Courtney Berly, Aunt and Uncle, Marvin and Delissa Slimp, Aunt Lisa and Eric Gossett. Randi was preceded in death by her grandmother, Billie Berly, step-grandfather, Don Whitworth, Uncle, Marty Gray and Aunt, Renee Stone and niece, Jaci Stone. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested that a donation to a children’s charity of your choice be made.

Rebecca Ann Jones

Rebecca Ann Jones (Lane) 58 of Dallas Texas gained her angel wings on April 4 2022. Rebecca was born on December 29 1963 in mesquite Texas to Waymon lane and Mattie bush.  Rebecca was all about family. Rebecca loved spending time with her children grandchild and family in general. She always loved to help anyone that was in need. Even when she didn’t have it. She was the most selfless person with the biggest heart. Rebecca was a wonderful mother grandmother daughter sister and aunt. This beloved angel will be desperately missed by many. Rebecca is survived by her father Waymon lane her mother Mattie bush her brother Donald Lane her sister Regina Lane her three children Shawn Lane Tisha Moeller (Mannino) and Rozza Bush-Jaramillo. Her 10 grandchildren Skylar Lane Trinity Moeller Alexis Lane Devan Moeller Emmaly Jaramillo Rogaciano Jaramillo III, Paul Bush-Jaramillo, Kaitlynn lane Mairin lane and Maximus Moeller.  She’s also survived by her nieces and nephews Amanda Lane and her 4 children Barbara Lane and her 3 children and Sarah lane and her daughter. And Conner and Justin.

Beverly Ozell Hurtt

Beverly Ozell Hurtt passed away peacefully in her home on Sunday April 3rd, 2022, in her home located in Cleburne, Tx. She is survived by her husband Danny Hurtt; her three children Michael Nichols; Michele Jones; Amanda Nichols; her nine grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; and her two sisters. Beverly is now reunited with her first husband; two grandchildren; one great-grandchild; three brothers and one sister. She loved taking care of her family. She had a big heat and a great sense of humor. Most of us children and grandchildren got her hard headedness, but she also taught us to love and forgive each other. Beverly would be so proud of the family she raised. She had a hand in raising them all. She will forever be missed and more importantly, loved. Her legacy will continue to live on in each one of us. This is not ‘goodbye’, this is ‘see ya later!’

Mary Hellen (Copeland) Odom

Mary Hellen (Copeland) Odom, 69, of Saginaw, Texas gained her angel wings March 16th, 2022 Mary was born August 30, 1952 in Floydada, Texas to Bill and Winnie Copeland. Mary graduated from Diamond Hill Jarvis High School in Fort Worth Texas Mary enjoyed doing leatherwork, crocheting and occasionally singing with her brother Jimmy to old rock and roll songs. She loved holidays and cooking with her mother Winnie.
Mary was a hairdresser for many years and worked at her mothers shop on the North side of Fort Worth, leaving that behind to work for Tandy Leather. Mary was proceeded in death by her husband Larry Don Odom and her parents Bill and Winnie Copeland She is survived by:             Her daughter Gina M. Wallace                                                 Her brother Jimmy Copeland and wife Darlene                                                 Her brother Danny Copeland and wife Mary                                                 Her grandchildren Kayla, Dareian and Landon Wallace                                                 Her great-granddaughter Kaelani Wallace And many more friends and family members. There was nothing more important to Mary than her family. Her daughter, grandchildren and great grandchild brought her joy and she loved seeing them and spending time with them. Mary was loved by family and friends and will be missed by all. Services will be held at Alpine Funeral Home 2300 N Sylvania Fort Worth, TX 76111 at 1:30pm, Friday April 1, 2022 with burial at Greenwood Mt Olivet Cemetery 3100 White Settlement Road Fort Worth Texas immediately following the service.

Elisabeth Carolyn (Yoder) Dobbs

Elisabeth Carolyn (Yoder) Dobbs, 74, of Haltom City, Texas, passed away on Sunday, February 13, 2022.  Carolyn was born on October 29, 1947 in Fort Worth, Texas to Harry Gilstrap Yoder (who called Carolyn by the nickname of “Boogie”) and Dorothy Marie Yoder, both of whom preceded her in death. Carolyn graduated from Polytech High School in 1966.  She married the love of her life and soulmate, Loyd Raymond (Sonny) Dobbs Jr., on August 10, 1968 and was married for 53 years.  Carolyn was a wonderful homemaker who was very involved in her daughters’ school activities.  She loved attending her daughters’ band concerts, marching band events and orchestra concerts.   Carolyn will be dearly missed by her husband and two daughters, Rhonda Dobbs Franklin with husband Shawn, and Laura Dobbs Williams with husband Barry. Carolyn leaves behind 3 beautiful grandchildren: Ben Williams, Kensie Franklin, and Kaylie Franklin.  She is also survived by three brothers: Rob Yoder, Lester Yoder with wife Genny, and Gil Yoder with wife Linda, along with many beloved nieces and nephews.


  Paul Aaron Miller was born on Feb. 6, 1953 to Aaron and Nelda Faye Miller in Wiesbaden Germany. He peacefully passed away on Monday March 21, 2022. After helping to raise his siblings, he then followed in his father’s footsteps and enlisted in the Army from September 14, 1971 to September 13, 1974 with an honorable discharge. Paul moved to Texas in 1990 where he became an accomplished professional painter for residential and commercial properties. In 1999 Paul met his wife and soulmate who he loved to the end and she loved her cowboy. He enjoyed fishing, camping, boating, water skiing, wake boarding, tubing, and bar-b-q’s. Paul’s biggest passion was cooking. At age 65 his passion changed and he bought a 2007 Fat boy Harley Davidson motorcycle. He loved his Fat boy and his mottos became “OLD BIKER LIVES HERE” & “FOUR WHEELS MOVE THE BODY” but now in heaven “TWO WHEELS MOVE HIS SOUL” Keep Riding Honey!!! You will ALWAYS be missed and NEVER forgotten ALWAYS in my heart until we meet again. Kiss Kiss Peace Geenee. Paul left behind his loving family, Wife Jeannie, Sister’s Rhonda and Cheryl, Brother’s Bill (BJ), Jimmy and Ronnie Niece’s Chelsea and Kayla, Nephew’s Cody and Marcus, Aunt Linda, Uncle John and Uncle Doug, Daughters Lisa and JoAnn. Grandchildren Daniella, Vinny, Seth and Jr, Great Grandchildren Waylon, Elisjah and Sierra. Paul is succeeding his mother and father and his baby brother Ricky Dale “MAY THEY REST IN PEACE” Paul’s ‘CELEBRATION OF LIFE” will be held at his home April 16, 2022 at 12:00 PM 433 Limestone Dr. Euless, Texas 76039 Paul’s final resting place will be held at Canaan Baptist Church in Leesville, Louisiana at a later date.

Judith “Smith” Simpson

Judith Smith Simpson was born August 9, 1940 to Harry and Lucille Smith in Fort Worth. Judy passed away Thursday, March 10, 2022. Judy was a 1958 graduate of Amon Carter Riverside High School. She was a computer programmer for the Bombay Company for several years before her retirement. She is survived by her son, Robert Simpson and fiancé, Jennifer; brother, Clifford Smith and wife, Marilyn; grandchildren, Alexis and Christian Simpson; niece, Sherilyn Smith; and many friends and loved ones. Graveside service will be at 11 AM on March 24th at Mount Olivet cemetery.