12/19/64 - 07/20/2017
Best Friend, Loving Husband & Father
Survived by his wife Koryna & daughter Alison, Sister - Mary Plummer, Sister & Husband - Janie & Ronnie Monds, Brother & Wife - Larry & Pam Plummer, Brother & Wife - Earl & Pat Plummer. Also survived by by many nieces & nephews and great-nieces & great nephews.
Verna Denise Evans (Fronnie) went home to be with the Lord from John Peter Smith Hospital on July 12, 2017 in Fort Worth, Texas at the age of 62 after a long struggle with Lung Cancer.
A memorial service with a viewing is scheduled for 1:00 pm on 7-20-17 at Church Angels Funeral Home with a reception to follow at the same location. Family members are asked to bring a dish for the reception. The service will be directed by Pastor Rodgers Johnson. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Verna's life.
Verna was born on November 18, 1954 in Fort Worth, Texas. Verna attended both Armijo High School and Sem Yeto High School in Fairfield, California where she graduated in 1972. She married Henry D. Evans on November 6, 1976 in Reno, Nevada. The couple welcomed three children throughout their marriage. The couple resided in Fairfield California, Warren, Ohio and Fort Worth, Texas. Verna was a hard worker and had various jobs throughout life. She always had a manager or supervisor position until she opened her own business Evans Employment in 1997. She worked for Homeland Security for a couple of years starting in 2005. In 2007 she began working with Tarrent County Sheriff's Department until she retired in January 2017. Verna was always trying to improve her skills and was on suspended enrollment for Ashford University where she was working on her Bachelor degree in Criminal Justice.
Verna is most remembered by love ones as a dedicated hard working woman with a fiesty spirit. She was well versed in God's word. She was always looking out for people to see what she could do to help. She did not like to see people struggling and always encouraged the best out of everyone she was around. She wanted the best for her children and strived to help them get there. She was truly an amazing strong woman that will be missed tremendously.
Verna is survived by her beloved daughter Joycelynn Francine Evans and her cherished sons Dennis Damont Evans and David Lamont Evans. Verna's pride and joy were her grandchildren Adrian R. Jones Jr, Serenity Love Denzel, Gabriel South, Jacque Lamont Evans, Arianna Evans and Micah Henry Evans. Verna's support system her sister Ava Regina Moreno and her brother Garland Eugene Williams. She also had a host of other family members and friends. She is proceeded in death by her mother Joyce Mae Williams (Texas), father George Williams (Louisiana) and husband Henry Dennis Evans (Ohio)
Condolences can be sent to [email protected] The family would like to thank John Peter Smith's hosipital staff for their care and dedication.
One of many favorite scriptures for Verna is Jeremiah 29:11(KJV) "For I know the thoughts that I think toward you saith the Lord, thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give you an expected end."
Ron was born in Fort Worth to Ewell and Mary Lambert. He graduated from Polytechnic High School in 1962. In 1966, he began a long and rewarding career with American Airlines until his retirement in 2010.
Ron loved big. He loved his faithful wife of 47 years, Judy Smith Lambert, his precious daughter, Meggan Fletcher and was thrilled to finally have a Horned Frog in the family via his beloved son-in-law, Trent Fletcher. Most of all he loved the three lights of his life - his grandchildren. Hudson, Harper and Finley never ceased to put a smile on his face.
The family would like to thank the first responders of Mansfield.
Ron was preceded in death by his parents, sister, Linda Gail, twin brother, Donnie and mother-in-law, Hazel Smith. SURVIVORS: wife, Judy; daughter, Meggan and husband, Trent; grandchildren, Hudson, Harper and Finley; sisters, Paula, Phyllis and Debra Gail; and a host of extended family and friends.
Elizabeth Futiz, our beloved Mother and Grandmother, Passed away peacefully Monday June 26. She was 92 years young.
A memorial service and mass will held on Friday July 14 at 11:00am at the St. Francis Catholic Church in Grapevine,Tx.
Elizabeth was born and raised in New York. She was a bookkeeper for Manhattan real estate companies for 40 years. She moved to Texas in 1995 to be close to her family. She was an active member of the Grapevine Senior Activites Center for several years.
She spent the last two years of her life living at Mustang Creek Assisted Living Community. There, in her wheelchair she enjoyed many activites such as Wii Bowling, bingo, painting and crafts, along with various lunch and movie trips.
Elizabeth touched the lives of all who knew her. She was a special lady and will never be forgotten.
She is survived by: Daughter Nancy and son-law Michael of Grapvine; Granddaughter Laura and her husband Gentry of Pflugerville; Grandson Brian and his fiancee Katie of Dallas.
JoAnn Pfeifle Bauer of Bedford, Texas stepped into eternity with her Lord and Savior on June 24, 2017 at the age of 86.
A memorial service in JoAnn’s honor will be held later this summer and she will be laid to rest with her husband at the DFW National Memorial Cemetery. The family requests any donations in JoAnn’s name be given for Alzheimer’s research, Peace Lutheran Church in Hurst, Texas or Encore Hospice.
Born to John and Christine Pfeifle on Dec. 14, 1930 in Harvey, North Dakota, JoAnn spent her childhood in Harvey and returned there after receiving a home economics degree at North Dakota State University in Fargo, North Dakota. She married Donald Andrew Bauer in 1953 and raised her two children – David and Beth – in Harvey until moving to Bedford, Texas in 1972.
Teaching was her passion and she taught home economics in both North Dakota and the Texas HEB school district until retiring in 1993.
JoAnn lived a life of giving, opening her home to family and friends for holidays and celebrations as well as offering many a place of retreat during times of struggle. Her giving spirit was felt by all who knew her including her church - Peace Lutheran - where she was a volunteer until she began her 6 year journey with Alzheimer’s disease.
She is proceeded in death by her husband Don who passed away in 2001 and her sister Arylne Ehli in 2016.
She will live on in the memories of all who were touched by the depth of her love, kindness and unforgettable, generous hospitality.
She leaves behind her son David Bauer and wife Mindy, daughter Beth and husband Kurt Thiel, grandson Stephen Selzler and wife Kristin, granddaughter Kristen and husband Josh Dill, great-granddaughter Maggie JoAnn Selzler, nieces Susan and husband Rollie Voise, nephew Myron Dybing and wife Pam, niece Susan Berke and husband Marv, many friends and her devoted caregivers at Dancing River Memory Care where she spent the last 4 years of her life.
Stephen Richard Rasbeary, 51, went to be with his lord and savior Sunday May 28th 2017. He was Born November 18, 1965. He is survived by his wife of 14 years, Shawn Tidwell Rasbeary of Fort worth, daughter Brooke Haynes of Weatherford, daughter Kristen Donahoe of Va. Beach Va, Stepdaughter Randa Pettit Of Fort Worth and Ashlee Cato of Weatherford, Brother Pastor James Rasbeary and wife Amanda of Wylie, Tx.
He is the son of James and Patricia Rasbeary of Weatherford, Grandson of Rose Davis and Nita Rasbeary of Weatherford.
He had 4 grandchildren: Abigail,Jackson,Benjamin Donahoe and Nixon Cato and numerous neices and newphews,
He was preceeded in death by his Brother Thomas Patrick and Grandfather James A Rasbeary Sr. Steve will be greatly missed by those that loved him. Memorial will be at a later date.
Carl Van Commander was born 08/03/1953 in Fort Worth, Texas.
He was called home by our blessed Father on April 10, 2017.
He was raised as a Southern Baptist and was a Christian.
The immediate family held a private memorial for Carl,
according to his wishes. The biological children are having
a memorial at Church Angels Funeral Home on Saturday, April
27, 2017. His friends, co-workers, and his Air Force
buddies are having a memorial at Rob's Billiards in Euless,
TX , at , to celebrate the "One and
Only Commander", as they fondly referred to him.
Carl was a very outgoing, gregarious, witty and clever. He
was blessed with the ability to make an immediate connection
to anyone he met. Carl had a wonderful sense of humor and
enjoyed making people laugh. He attended Alice E. Carlson
Elementary School, McLean Middle School, and Paschal High
He joined the US Air Force and was stationed at many places
including Japan, and Hawaii. He was a 32nd degree Scottish
Rite Mason. He worked at American Airlines for over 30
years. He traveled the world, and enjoyed exploring new
He was preceded in death by his father, Ray Commander, his
other father, W. T. Reynolds, Jr, his brother, Ralph
Reynolds, his sister, Debra Commander, and his nephew,
Zachary Marcin. He was survived by his mother, V. Winnell
Reynolds, his brother, Geary Commander, his sister, Dana
Henry, and his brother-in-law David Henry, and nieces and
nephew. Another survivor that Carl loved dearly was his
constant companion, his service dog, Bella. Other survivors
include his estranged children, Burr Commander (Carl Van
Commander, Junior) and Brook Weise, and grandson, Kaydin
Memorials: Donations may be made in honor of Carl Commander
to the Trinity Gap Rescue an organization that works
directly with the Euless Animal Shelter. The Euless Animal
Shelter took care of Bella until the family could retrieve
her. The Shelter refused to accept compensation from the
family for the care of Bella, due to the passing of her
owner. The family truly appreciates the generosity of the
Euless Animal Shelter, they could not have been more kind
and empathetic during this challenging time. The donation
website is http://trinitygaprescue.org/
Facebook site is at https://www.facebook.com/
Their address is:
500 N Industrial Blvd
Euless, Texas, TX 76039
His favorite scriptures include Deuteronomy 21:18-21,
Hebrews 13:5, and John : "For God so loved the world,
that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth
in him should not perish, but have everlasting life." here to edit text