The church and family request that all who attend wear masks. With a great desire to travel the world, she took a job with the United States government to teach children of armed forces personnel serving in Europe. Although she loved to teach, Wanda always wanted to return to Texas where she started a new career that lasted nearly 30 years as a successful real estate professional in Plano, TX. In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her sister, Brenda, and her brother, Jack.
A service of remembrance will be held on Friday, June 19, at pm for family members at St. Michigan Ave. Sept 10, , but the family relocated to Dallas, Texas in Mark passed away at T. Mark was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor the day after he graduated from Plano Senior High in He was a photographer for the school paper and loved photography. Unfortunately, the surgery and radiation damage stole his ability to take photographs anymore.
He struggled over the next 37 years from the effects of both the tumor and the radiation treatments on both his body and spirit. Through it all, he maintained his sense of humor, and you could always count on him to cheer you up with funny jokes or world-class pranks.
When he could no longer take pictures, he decided to take up clowning, balloon making, and magic acts. He loved bringing joy to people everywhere, especially children, and often made balloons for birthday parties and then for his friends at McKinney Direct Care Services where he spent the last 2. We will all miss his non-stop stories and antics. Mark was staunchly protective of his family, especially his sisters, even though he also tormented them. He was large in life being 6'3", but he had a generous and loving heart.
Our family was truly blessed to have him around as long as we did. He had a very hard life, but he embodies the saying, "I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith". Leon Deusman. Elizabeth Ann Seton St. Vincent DePaul Fund, or a charity of your choice. Rose grew up and graduated high school in Pflugerville, TX, a small town north of Austin.
Rose will be fondly remembered as the quintessential mother to all who knew her. She is preceded in death by both her parents, her infant brother, Flumencio Ramos, Jr. Rose is survived by her loving husband of 49 years, Arthur Boyer, and their two daughters. Mass will be held at 11am on Thursday, June 18th at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in Plano, Texas. The Memorial Mass for June 13, was held at am in the Church. He was surrounded by his loving wife, Renee, and his best buddy, son Christopher.
He received most of his early education in Houston, but also some elementary education in Mexico. He graduated from Stephen F. Austin High School in , and afterwards pursued his interest in engineering, earning his degree from the University of Houston. Bush Presidential Library. To every social gathering with family, friends or even acquaintances, Jerry added his expertise, not only as a sports enthusiast, but also as a wine, beer and food aficionado.
His participation as a Knight of Columbus was an example of how he contributed to so many. When a suggestion to comfort, celebrate, or spoil was made, Jerry would seldom admit to being the instigator, but his love and kindness was felt by everyone who knew him.
Through her journey with rare, chronic illness Jerry was a light that shined, not only in supporting his wife, but many others through his attendance at community events, walks, and simply by his support of her advocacy. Jerry was an example to all who are supporting a loved one living with chronic illness, and his example gave many, hope.
Your culinary treats, cards, emails and calls showed the encouragement and concern that helped to surround Jerry with light and love when he needed it most. He is mourned by numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, faithful friends and co-workers. Funeral Mass will be on Saturday, June 13 at a. He met the love of his life, Josephine, in February , and he asked her to go steady on March They were engaged in December that same year.
In July of , he was drafted by the Army, and in December landed in Korea. In January , he was assigned demilitarized zone duty, then in August became the military librarian. The following year, he received orders to return home and was discharged from the Army; later that same year, Bob married Josephine in September Headquarters in NYC. In his career at JCP, he received promotions in the merchandise budgeting, accounting and marketing departments, ultimately becoming the Financial Control Manager in , and subsequently transferring with JCP and moving to Texas in Bob continued in this role until April , and his successful career was celebrated in a retirement party attended by JCP officials, his co-workers, family and many friends.
Bob was a member of St. He was an avid bowler, bowling in work leagues along with his son, Brian. Bob also loved to draw little portraits. Bob also was very fond of card play, teaching his children the Art of Poker and his granddaughter, Dylan, Rummy and War.
When driving to Oklahoma became too much for Bob to endure on his own, his dear friend, who was more like a family member, Bob Terzo, would happily drive him on an excursion to Durant. Bob always enjoyed having guests at his home, providing meals with enough food to feed the entire neighborhood. Serving wine and cocktails was his specialty and he greatly cherished when family would come to town to visit, no matter how long they would stay, his door was always open.
He was a gracious man and will be missed by many. We Pray his Soul may rest in peace. The family will greet friends at a visitation beginning at a. The Rosary will be recited at a. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested donations to St. Jude's Children's Hospital, stjude. Alicia Bautista Manuel of Plano, Texas joined our heavenly father on May 7, at the age of 72 following a courageous battle with Multiple Myeloma.
On February 16, , Alicia joined Jesus Manuel in holy matrimony. Alicia is remembered by her family and friends for her kind and caring heart, generosity, and willingness to always help others. Alicia loved to travel, visiting many countries throughout her life. She also had a passion for cooking, preparing different types of cuisines inspired by her travels and experimenting with new recipes.
She enjoyed hosting parties and presenting her recipes for family and friends. Alicia loved being a grandmother to Stella. She had a close relationship with God throughout her life and was a life-long member of The Catholic Church.
After she retired from her career in nursing in , she enjoyed spending time catching up with her sister, Natividad, going out to eat at different restaurants and watching TV shows together. She is also survived by 4 sisters, Virginia B. Crame, Nenita B. Garcia, Natividad B. Ubungen, Violeta B. Savellano, and brother, Jaime Bautista, and many other loving nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, 4 brothers, 3 sisters, and her loving husband, Jesus Manuel.
His childhood in New York laid the foundation for his grit and determination, but also the importance of family. They married in the Bronx on Nov. While they were engaged, John was drafted to the U. Shortly after their wedding, the two moved to Fort Jackson, then months later, he was deployed to Vietnam. Soon thereafter, Peggy gave birth to their first son, John Stephen. Throughout his life, John was a proud veteran of the U.
Army, but even more so recently as he shared that pride with John Stephen, who serves in the U. Army Reserves today. Three years later, their second son, Kenneth, arrived. Though he was proud of his Irish heritage and New York roots, John always had a little cowboy in him. In his teen years, he worked at Prospect Park in Brooklyn tending to the horses. So it was almost fate when John and Peggy moved their family once again, this time to Plano, Texas, in This is where John could let his inner cowboy shine.
Those days of riding horses in Prospect Park fit quite nicely with his new collection of Stetson hats and cowboy boots. Retirement suited John nicely. He was an active parishioner with the St.
At home, he enjoyed sitting on his covered patio next to his lovely wife, admiring their beautiful backyard pool. A hot Texas day would call for a swim in the pool, a reminder of his high school swim team days. On weekends, John would head to the local soccer fields, where he served for more than 30 years as a referee with the Plano Youth Soccer Association.
Perhaps what made retirement even sweeter, though, was watching his grandchildren grow. John took great pride in his grandkids. His four grandchildren were his pride and joy in his later years. He loved to celebrate and brag about their latest accomplishments. Even more so, he loved playing with them in the pool, beating them in poker, playing crash cars, and using his quick wit to keep the kids giggling, even as teenagers.
What stands out most about John, though, was his compassion for others. He provided for extended family, always opened his home to family and friends, and had a knack for making people feel special. The family will receive friends for a visitation Friday, March 6, from p.
A reception will follow in the parish hall. She graduated from St. Babylyn is survived by her husband Francis Dagdag and her daughter Dominique Dagdag. Family and friends are invited to a Vigil Service at St. Guests may arrive starting at pm.
Reception to follow in the Parish Hall. Guests are encouraged to wear white tops with their attire. Patricia D. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister and friend. Joseph's Catholic High School and went on to St. While in school she developed a passion for the nursing profession as a result of clinical training at St.
Mary's and their partner facility, The Mayo Clinic. She graduated with her BSN in and kept her license active well into her 80's. She stayed active with her classmates and alumni The Belles of St. Mary's and looked forward to attending her annual class reunions, including the most recent reunion in September While home for summer break during her enrollment at St. Mary's, she met Robert E. Pat was a devout Catholic, and an active member of many parishes including St.
Elizabeth Ann Seton Plano, Texas. She loved spending time with family and friends and travelling with her husband Bob. She never met a stranger and usually discovered a connection while visiting with new friends. She was committed to her children and spent many hours supporting them at band concerts, piano recitals, theater events and in the seats at sporting events.
Even though she was slower later in life due to her osteoarthritis, she looked forward to taking care of her grand dog Cooper. She was loved by many and will be missed by all! John Francis Phillips 76 , passed away peacefully surrounded by family on Thursday, January 23, Funeral services will be held on Friday, February 7th at am at St.
Phillips was born in Dallas, Texas on February 18, They were married on November 14, They briefly lived in Las Vegas, Nevada, while John completed his service with the Atomic Energy Commission, and then returned to Texas where they have lived since.
John was completely devoted to his family, always protecting and providing for them. His positive attitude and good-natured humor were legendary, even as his health deteriorated. We will always remember that ever-present twinkle in his eye and mischievous grin. He could literally talk to anyone and had a special talent for really putting people at ease. John never complained when a job had to be done, and he was truly selfless when it came to others He was the most loving husband, father, and grandfather one could hope for, and he will be missed more than words can ever express.
In lieu of flowers, the family feels that John would best be honored by a donation in his name to "Operation Kindness" or "Feral Friends.
Thomas Joseph Roche, husband, brother, father, uncle, godfather, Deacon and, most-preciously, grandfather departed this life December 19, following a lengthy illness. Tom lived his life to the fullest. Although he had three careers during his lifetime, his most-cherished role was that of ordained Deacon in the Catholic Diocese of Dallas for 30 years.
Funeral Mass will be held on Saturday, January 4 at at St. Tom will be sadly missed by his family and friends. Elizabeth Ann Seton Capital Campaign. He was the oldest of two sons. Steve graduated from Leechburg High School where he played varsity football and basketball. After graduation, he gained employment as a glass maker for Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company.
Steve was honorably discharged in leaving with the rank of Staff Sargent. During his military career, he spent half of his time in Alaska, which at the time was considered international land as it did not become a state until Steve was stationed in Las Vegas for the second part of his service. His career high point was working for Abbott Laboratories where he worked his way up to Regional Sales Manager before retiring in Dolores passed away in January He later married Joyce Feria in August In August , they celebrated their 54 th wedding anniversary.
Steve always read the entire newspaper from front to back, keeping up to date on current events and sports. He enjoyed cooking and spending time with family and friends at his home in Plano where they spent many hours in their pool and cooking for all. Most friends could not leave until he fed them.
He would often carry on long conversations with the butcher or the baker at the grocery store. Steve remembered everyone he met and always knew what was going on with their lives, making sure to always ask about how their families were doing. Steve believed and taught his children that family should always come first. He loved Joyce with all his heart and considered her his angel. His greatest joy was his grandchildren always proud of everything they accomplished. To him, family was the most important part of his life.
Steve has left a lasting imprint in the hearts of his family with many happy memories and stories to be retold for years to come. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Inurnment will follow in the Seton Columbarium and a reception will be held in the Parrish Hall.
He passed away November 20, at the age of Dan grew up mostly in Waco, Texas attending Midway Schools. He worked for Florida Power and Light pulling electrical cable for new developments.
Although Dan most recently lived in Plano, he enjoyed living on Hutchinson Island, in Florida, for many years. Dan truly embodied the spirit of the beach. He was also adventurous and loved any kind of water sports in the ocean, especially kayaking, jet skiing, and scuba diving. He loved diving for fresh lobster with his friends and sharing them for dinner.
He was a joyous and happy-go-lucky kind of guy always helping and giving to others. He was preceded in death by his father, Jerry Batkiewicz. A reception will follow. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donating to the Florida Oceanographic Society at Northeast Ocean Boulevard, Stuart, Florida , phone: or www.
She married Kenneth Kay Steinkirchner on April 19, and he preceded her in death on February 3, Mary lived a great life, raising her family throughout the states of Florida, Pennsylvania, Oklahoma and Texas. They also enjoyed extensive world travels during and after Ken's career. Mary loved card games, crosswords, movies and popcorn, shopping in the malls and on QVC. She was dedicated, loving and devoted to her family and friends. Mary quietly passed from this life on November 16, in Tucson, Arizona.
She is survived by her twin sons Robert and his wife Shujun and Richard and his wife Carol, daughter Karen and her husband Rick, son Jim and his wife Leanne and son Tom.
Also surviving are 10 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. Following the mass, Mary will be laid to rest in the columbarium at St. Elizabeth, next to her husband Ken. Patricia A. Kerrigan of McKinney, Texas, passed away on November 17, at the age of She enjoyed gardening, bird watching, reading, and writing poetry. Patricia loved being with family most of all.
She was a woman of deep faith, dedicated to her family. Patricia is survived by her son, James L. Kerrigan, Jr. A funeral mass will be held at a. Family and friends are invited to the funeral home on Tuesday at their convenience to pay their respects and sign a register book.
He recorded some unreleased material for Jake Porter in the s. He also did an album's worth of songs owned by Harvey Fuqua in the s that never got released. He also formed a jazz group, the Obie Jessie Combo, which played club dates, and in became musical director for Esther Phillips. If you are bidding on multiple items in a single auction, please wait to pay until all of the items you bid on have ended. International customers: large orders may be eligible for a shipping discount based on actual postage cost.
Contact us for more information. She was always bringing me a bag of goodies while I was raising my two boys. One occasion that stands out is when she brought me a bag of Hershey kisses for Valentine's Day.
She was worried I wouldn't get any kisses for that day. That was just one of many. I'm so thankful for the memories she has left me. I will miss buying her Elvis calendar every Christmas. Love you Aunt Nena and will be praying for my cousins. I am so sorry for your loss. She was a beautiful woman with a beautiful heart! My prayers are with you all. My sincerest condolences for the family. Praying for peace in such a difficult time. My sincere condolences to the family.
Though I didn't know him long, I enjoyed his hospitality and friendship. May God bless and strengthen the family! My sincere condolences to you and your family. The pain of his loss is in my heart, my family, and my siblings. Rest in peace my beloved brother.
My condolences to you and family, sending healing prayers and love to you all. Dear Family I am so sorry for your loss. Marcella was an incredibly strong women who endured much and let her faith carry her through it all. So many fond memories of growing up in church with her and some of you, too and of camping trips together that leave a warm glow in my heart to this day. I know she is terribly missed and pray God gives your comfort to carry you through this difficult time.
Marcella was an incredibly strong women who endured much, and let her faith carry her through it all. I'm so sorry for your loss. Bonnie was the sweetest person I have ever meet at Kroger.
When she worked with Boar'shead she would come to my store to train associates. Always put a smile on my face to see her. She will be missed by many. John, Chris, and Austin, We are so very sorry for your loss.
Bonnie was such a sweet soul and so warm and kind. Sending you muxh love and praying that God will comfort and hold you. To the Custer family, I am so sorry for your loss.
Bonnie use to be my manager for 10yrs at Kroger. She was always smiling and made everyone feel welcome and cheerful. She will be dearly missed. I will always miss the time we would all hang out for ladies night. May God bless the Custer family for your loss and my sincere condolences. I still cannot believe you are gone.
We never got back together after our last abrupt phone conversation. I know you are finally at peace and no longer suffering any pain of any kind but I miss you anyway. Love you always,. Davie so sorry for you and your family of your beautiful wife Brenda.. May God surround each with His unfailing love strenghth peace and comfort.. Jesus welcomed home quite the lady..
I am so very sorry. She was a very kind person with a sweet disposition. Kim and I send are deepest sympathies. If there is anything we can do. Please don't hesitate to ask. My condolences to the family of Judith. I have many fond memories of times spent with her in her Texarkana home. Still think of her when I pass by. Winford L. Dunn, Jr. Our Deepest Sympathy to your family at this time.
Call me if there is anything I can do. God give you peace for the journey ahead. Judy was a delighful and nice person from our high school days May she Rest In Peace.
We are sorry we never knew Judith in the Texarkana community. I understand she was a long-standing member of Trinity Presbyterian Church. She was very loved well spoken of by the members. Our prayers are with her family. Please know you, Julie and Jim and your family, are in our thoughts and prayers. Oosterhouse was a true lady.
My heartfelt sympathy and prayers to Connie and the entire family. He was just the sweetest to me, always stopping to talk. I remember that he often accompanied Connie when we had to clean the old St. Thomas Catholic church and grabbing the vac to help. He will be missed. Judy was the epitome of elegance, grace and kindness. She was my 7 years older cousin and I spent many summers with her and her sister Sue who was my age. Judy was always kind and never annoyed with us even though she shared a bedroom with us.
She taught me the "right " way to wash my face and we watched her get ready for her dates with George. She was a great influence in my life and, no doubt, in the lives of many others. Rest in peace. Judy was a delight to be near and brighten any room she walked into. She was a caring, loving person to talk to.
Prayers for all the family and may God surround them in peace. I remember many visits to my cousin Susan then known as Sue and how glamorous Judy always seemed. There was one time we went to the beach and Tim took pictures of us on the lifeguard stands. I can still see her black hair and red lipstick. Every beautiful day of our lives together. Early morning talk's and coffee.
Me and the girl's miss you so. I love you to the moon and back. Thank you for being my guardian angel on earth and in Heaven. Grew up with Alex on the Southside of Soith Bend. We worked at Toasty's together for a couple years in our 8th and 9th grade years the last years that I remember seeing him were there and at Riley HS.
RIP old friend and fellow veteran. I knew Carol as a teenager when my husband, daughter and I moved a few doors from her and her family. Carol became my daughter's babysitter and a friend. We kept in touch after her and her family moved and she joined the service.
I will miss her yearly letters. My condolences to her family. We thank God for the life of Carol. What a joy to have known her and witness her love that radiated for the Lord, her family, friends, and all she met.
My sons were privileged to have her teach them in Sunday school; Hunter and Preston have their Ms Cobb stories. She spread love, fun, laughter, and the Word as she walked with God. We appreciate her godly service to family, church, community and country. She left a beautiful spiritual inheritance for you Cobb children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. Our prayers continue for you.
The family of Troy Allison wish you well. You were good friends at the flea market. He was always so kind and friendly. I was always proud we were related! Will miss him so when family is together! I do look forward to seeing him again in Heaven! I let Tommy Brittain know also. We remember you fondly. Have a blessed eternity. Gary was a dear friend who was always a joy to travel with.
We miss his kind and loving spirit and treasure the times we shared. We know what a terrible loss this is to you. We will miss Carol and her annual family updates. We have many fond memories, growing up together in New York State. Deep condolences on the passing of Carol.
She was so kind and comforting when our son Anthony passed in What a lovely woman she has been to us all. I have never forgotten my experiences with her. Sending prayers for comfort and peace. Chris, Julie, Allison and Wendy our heart hurts because you hurt. Our memories of your mom are many. From working with her at Chapel 3 to her sharing her precious Wendy with us every summer. She was a true woman of God and our world is left with a empty space we will never be able to fill.
Her welcome home gathering in heaven must have been a wonderful sight as she has touched so many lives and shared her love of God with all who she met. My prayer now is that you find comfort that only our Father God can give. Rest with the angels Carol. So very sorry for your loss. Prayers for comfort to the family. We will always remember the time we shared at Lackland being neighbors, friends and sharing in fellowship with the Protestant Youth program.
I worked for Kathy for about a year and a half. I enjoyed our time together and all the stories about her life and family. Praying for her family during this time.
God bless you all. Gary was always there for us, likewise his wife my sister. I remember the many sacrifices he made for us. He took the time out of his life to tend my husband so that I could attend my sister's funeral in another state. Made lovely glass decorations, great help with tech items, sent items from overseas that we continue to cherish today and always so eager to help.
We all will miss your great personality and loving care Gary. Til we meet again.!! Love always!! Miss her. Sending hugs, prayers and best to family and friends. Treasure your memories. Sending love, hugs and prayers for family and friends. His faithful service to our country, his valor, the way he loved his precious wife, the beautiful family he raised. His big heart, his humor, what a legacy he has left. Uncle Roy was a kind and gentle man, with a smile that warmed many hearts.
His compassion and his devotion to my precious Aunt Velma will live on in my memories of him. May the Lord bless you and keep you in his loving embrace during these times, rejoice that Jerry is with his Lord and savior and is healed and no longer suffering. My sincere condolences to the entire family. Jerry had a charismatic personality and loved by all.
Great full for his friendship through the years. We the class of 78 shall miss him, but never forget him. RIP JW. Marvin F. I did not know Roy Bertelmann but he had a profound effect on my career. Roy retired from our organization as an electronic specialist in and I enlisted as an electronic specialist in By that time, Roy and others like him had established a level of organizational excellence and dedication to mission unmatched in the young US Air Force.
I strived to maintain that commitment and carry his legacy for the next 45 years. Thank-you, Roy. Jerry, you and Dusty were my Cousin playmates when we were all very young I always looked forward to our time together as a little girl. Nick I am still trying to process all of this. You were my soul mate and best friend.
I miss you dearly and the house isn't the same without you. The girls miss you and we are trying to pick up the pieces. I loved you the minute I met you and I know you felt the same because we were inseparable from that moment on.
We talked about forever, but 11 years is not forever. We had a crazy life together, but nothing could come between us. Us against the world as we said. I will see you in heaven. Aloha Oe to an amazing man!
I remember Jerry as a great father, who loved everyone. Always full of laughter and I thought he and always will be the the most handsome man I have ever met.
I have loved Jerry for so long. We've known each other since junior high. When I was in the 7th grade, I bought an ID bracelet at the stock show and had them engrave 'Jerry' on it.
I went to school and told everyone that Jerry was my boyfriend. It worked too because he went to Lake Worth and I went to Azle. He was my fake boyfriend for the rest of the school year. Jerry and I reconnected and I told him that story and he got the biggest kick out of it.
I loved to see him smile. He has always been such a good friend to me and I'll miss him terribly in this life. But, one day we will be United in Glory It will all be different then, but I'll know Jerry.
I remember Jerry as the mischievous, funny, younger brother of Dusty but always had his heart in the right place Rest in peace Jerry. Jerry will be missed by many. Our heartfelt condolence to the Allen Family. My children all remember growing up with Cheri, Dusty and Jerry. God Bless you all. Isaac, I remember finding out I was pregnant with you! I was so so surprised. Once I got used to the idea I was hoping for a boy. I got my wish. Even though you are not here with me physically you are in my heart every day.
I talk about you every day with your brother and sisters. Audrey still doesn't quite understand your gone and ask if I could go and just get you back.
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