Charles Lee Zdyb

Charles Lee Zdyb September 2, 1969 – April 19, 2020 Fort Worth — Charles Lee Zdyb , 50, passed away unexpectedly Sunday, April 19, 2020. Celebration of Life: Noon Saturday, April 25, 2020 in Springtown. Memorials: Donations may be made to Carrie and Alyssa Summers. Charles was born on September 2, 1969 to Andrea Angelina Faraci and Leo John Zdyb. Charles grew up in Fort Worth, graduated from Western Hills High School where he played football, and graduated from Lincoln Tech. He started working at the young age of 13, he was a master jack of all trades. He retired in 2014 from Weir Oil and Gas as an oil field employee. Charles loved life and lived it to the fullest. He valued family above all else. He loved fishing, cars, and he was always there for family and friends whenever needed. Survivors: Left behind who loved Charles and will miss him very much are his survivors, his wife, Carrie Summers; his sons, Charles Lee Zdyb II of the home, Cody Zdyb and wife, Maysi of Azle; daughter Alyssa Summers of the home; sisters Darlene Teaster (David Teaster), April McConnell of Pauline, South Carolina; brothers Leo Salvtore Zdyb (Jennifer) of Fort Worth, Jason Zdyb of Cowpen, South Carolina, Andrew Zdyb (Sandra) of Spartanburg, South Carolina; paternal aunt Debra Davis (Odell) of Fort Worth; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.

M. Marie Graham Aston

M. Marie Graham Aston, 87, of Riverside, Ft. Worth, Texas, died Monday, April 20, 2020 at Life Care Center of Haltom after her battle with Alzheimer’s. Marie was born at home in Newark, Texas on August 7, 1933 and attended public schools there. She was a graduate of Newark High School. She started out as a housewife, then she and her husband later owned and operated Astons Drive in Grocery for many years in the late 70s. She then became a retired housewife. She was preceded in death by her husband of 45 years Charles N. Aston of Glen Rose, TX, parents Frank & Gladys McCrary of Haslet, TX. She is survived by her three daughters , Belinda Jean Dillon of Goodlettsville, Tennessee , Yvonne Aston Cole and her husband Terry Cole of Alvarado , Texas and Tamalia Ann Aston Askew of ( not known ) , 5 Grandchildren , Jason , Misty , Thurman , Andrew & Megan and several great – grandchildren , nieces, nephews and many dear friends. Because of the COVID – 19 virus there will be only a graveside burial. Burial will be 1 p.m. Thursday, April 23, 2020 next to her Grand Parents in Dido, Texas at the Dido Cemetery.

Nathan Aaron Brown

Nathan Aaron Brown passed away peacefully and into Gods arms on Tuesday, April 7th while surrounded in love by his family. A private graveside service will be held at Bluebonnet Cemetery on Thursday, April 8th. Nathan was born on February 10th, 1932 in Healdton, Oklahoma. He was one of twelve children in which two brothers survive him, Jerry Brown and Guy Robert Brown. In 1951 Nathan met and married the absolute love of his life, Patsy Looper. Together they raised four children in Bedford, TX. They both gave their children much love, support and Christian guidance. Nathan is preceded in death by their son, Craig Brown and his wife, Patsy Brown. He is survived by his daughters, Kerry Richards and Debby Fernandez and son, Kevin Brown. Seven Grandchildren, Courtney Osborne, Scott Fernandez, Chad Fernandez, Blake Fernandez, Jason Fernandez, Nicole Kascir, Whitney Brown and eight Great Grandchildren, he was their very loving Poppi. Nathan loved the Lord and his Church, Harwood Terrace Baptist. You could always count that he was there on the Church Game Nights as he loved to play 42. He had many friends and loved them all. Nathan was a veteran and a proud member of the Chickasaw Tribe. He will be greatly missed by his children and Grandchildren but we take comfort knowing that he is with his wife and son in heaven.

Jose Arcenio Garza

Jose Arcenio Garza passed away on Tuesday, March 24th , 2020, after a brief battle with an aggressive form of lymphoma after 6 months in remission. He was 71 years young. Jose was born on April 9th, 1948, in Weslaco, Texas. Joe was a hard worker from a very young age. He grew to become an owner of his own Floor business which he excelled at for many years, and loved teaching his sons his trade. An enthusiastic traveler, Joe enjoyed road trips with his family and traveling the country to visit new places and see new scenery. He enjoyed taking his children to see what the world offered and teaching them about the outdoors, camping, fishing and he would even make up songs about snakes to avoid. He enjoyed the outdoors so much that he bought his family a country home in Weatherford, Texas. He loved to drive his tractor and spend his summer weekends out on the land with his children and grandchildren. Joe’s floor business started in Fort Worth, Texas where he eventually moved with his wife Candy and began their family. Joe was a father of four children: Brenda Barnes, Joseph Garza Jr., Jerad Garza and Autumn Garza- Vilichka. He was the proud grandfather of 9 Grandchildren: Cheyenne Creech, Justin Young, Ethan Young, Aubrey Garza, Esperanza Garza, Vincent Vilichka , Jude Garza, Ezra Garza and the youngest girl yet to be born. In addition to his wife and children, Jose is survived by his siblings: Israel Cervantes, Jesse Garza Sr, Lee Gutierrez, Gloria Munoz and Danny Gutierrez . He was predeceased by his brother, Noe Garza. The family has chosen to cremate at this time and has chosen to have a celebration of life later this year in South Texas with the family of Jose Garza.

Vickie Ann Day

Vickie Ann Day,63, passed away on March 10, 2020 at home in Fort Worth, Texas after her battle with cancer. She was born December 6, 1956. She is survived by her mother Carol Brown, brother Richard Brown and his wife Terri Brown, Son David Day, nieces and nephews Justin, Jolynn, and Jordan. She will be forever missed and loved by family and friends.

Evelyn Sue Feaster

Evelyn Sue Feaster, 68, passed away peacefully in her sleep on March 17,2020 in Fort Worth, TX. She is survived by her children Jennifer Peterson and husband Michael, Jami Feaster-Vaughan and husband Chris, Jeff, three grandchildren, Jacob Peterson, Justin Leatherwood, Jesse Vaughan, her brothers Robert Frazee, David Frazee, Larry Frazee and wife Mary, Ronald Frazee and wife Linda, Kevin Frazee, Sisters Barbara Dean and Christina Buhler, and Many nieces and nephews.

James Lee Stroud

James Lee Stroud Born on March 19th, 1952. Left this earth on March 3, 2020 Preceded in death by his father James Albert Stroud, Jr and his wife of 43 yrs Deborah Faye Collier Stroud, she also left this earth on March 3,2015 He is survived by his mother, Joyce Graham Stroud, and Sister, Gloria Stroud Caddell 3 children Donavan Lee & Wife Mandy, Darren Everett Stroud, James Albert Jr & Wife Kristin 7 Grandchildren, and numerous nieces & nephews, family & friends and was loved by all James was a Veteran of the Vietnam War James was a race car enthusiast and enjoyed gardening & collecting model race cars of his favorite drivers & fishing Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, March 14th, 2020 at 1:00 PM at Alpine Funeral Home 2300 N Sylvania Ave Fort Worth, TX 76111

Richard M. Cox

It is with deep sorrow that we announce Richard M. Cox has entered heaven’s gates on February 26, 2020 at the age of 88. Born and raised in Gainesville, TX and a longtime resident of Fort Worth, TX. His hobbies included driving around Fort Worth, watching good ol’ westerns on TV and liked to work crazy puzzle books. He was preceded in death by his wife of 34 years Ruth Cox, brothers Nugent, Newsome, and Ben Cox, sister Marcene Beazley and parents Marion and Ella (Ward) Cox Richard is survived by his daughters Paula K. Cox and Stephanie A. (Cox) Hogue, brother John Cox and wife Joy, sister-in-law’s Cherry Cox, Ann Kirkland, Sandra Thompson and husband Robert. Viewing will be held at 11:00am and Services will be 12:15 on Saturday February 29, 2020 at Alpine Funeral Home – 2300 N. Sylvania FT Worth, TX 76111 (817-834-4116).

Marieluise Redis

Marieluise Redis Deceased February 17, 2020 Marieluise ‘Marlies’ Redis went home peacefully to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus on February 17, 2020 at the age of 82. Marlies was born to Gottlob and Maria Trayser in April of 1937 in Darmstadt, Germany. She is survived by her three younger brothers: Klaus-Dieter, Hans-Joachim, and Winfried Trayser and their families. At 16 she met her husband, Werner Redis while taking dance classes. They continued a long distance relationship after he moved to the United States and joined the army. They were married in Germany in 1958, then moved to New York City and went on to have three daughters. The family moved back to Germany for several years before returning to the United States in 1972. They lived in Virginia for two years before settling in Texas until they retired to Hot Springs Village, Arkansas. Due to health issues they moved back to Texas to be closer to their daughters and their families. Marlies’s chosen occupation in Germany was a Kindergarten teacher. Before her retirement in the United States, she worked at several companies including Safeway, Sears, Blue Bonnet Bakery, and the James Robison Ministries. Since Marlies loved to cook and bake, it brought her great joy to host dinner parties for her family and many friends. She prepared some of her favorite German dishes and desserts including her delicious original cheesecakes. Being reared by Christian parents in the Lutheran Church gave her a foundation of Biblical principles. However, her relationship with Jesus didn’t begin until she received Him personally as her Lord and Savior at a Brush Arbor Revival at Cana Baptist Church. Her passion for Jesus continued to grow as she diligently studied His Word. Convinced of His love for her and everyone else inspired her to spread His love through teaching Sunday School and opening their home for Bible studies and prayer meetings. She touched many lives by taking every opportunity to selflessly minister to people in various ways. When the ladies of her church wanted to tend to families by preparing dinners for them, she gladly contributed her infamous cheesecakes as the dessert. In 1987, Marlies was diagnosed with a brain tumor causing her to face one of the greatest crisis of her life. She was informed that if she survived the surgery, she had a 50% chance of being paralyzed. In addition, since the tumor was wrapped around the optic nerve, she faced the probability of being blind within 6 month after the surgery. Her unwavering faith in the providence of her Lord enabled her to face this challenge with His divine courage and absolute peace in His Sovereignty! She was absolutely certain that whatever the future held for her, the Lord would faithfully keep His promise in Romans 8:31-39: “I am convinced that nothing can ever separate us from God’s love. Neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither our fears for today nor our worries about tomorrow—not even the powers of hell …

Tommy Doyle Kirby

Tommy Doyle Kirby of Fort Worth, Texas was born 07/27/1957 To: Byron T. Kirby and Verna M. Rotton Kirby where he grew up and eventually resided and raised his Family. He spent his adult years working as a Carpenter. He loved Jesus, Family and Friends. He was an avid pool player and loved golf, poker, chess. He enjoyed being surrounded by his Family and Friends. Tommy had (5) Children including Tommy J. Kirby (son), Brandie G. Kirby Moore (daughter) and husband Brandon, Chad Davis (stepson) and wife Angie, Kaleena Waldo (stepdaughter), Yancey Davis (stepson) and wife Mardijo. He had 9 Grandchildren – Jonathon, Joe, Talan, Dirk, Leland, Lucas, Brooklyn, Sophia, Brynlie (a baby girl on the way). Tommy had serval siblings, of which 2 brothers lived locally Kevon Farris and Devon Farris of Fort Worth. Survivors include his devoted wife Tera Kirby of Fort Worth and several Nieces, Nephews, Cousins, and a Host of other Family Members and Friends to whom he loved. Tommy was preceded in death by: Mother (Verna Kirby Farris), Father (Byron T. Kirby), Stepdad (George Farris) and several other family members and friends.