Barbara Ann Trammell

Joshua-Barbara Ann Trammell, 81, passed away on January 17, 2021.

Graveside Service: 2 p.m. Friday January 22, at Hamilton-Beeman Cemetery, in Corsicana, TX. Visitation: 6-8 p.m. Thursday, at Baumgardner Funeral Home.

Barbara Ann Trammell is preceeded in death by her husband, Charles O. Trammell; daughter in-law, Missy Miller; and granddaughter, Courtney Trammell.

Survivors: Sons, Charles R. Trammell, James D. Trammell and wife, Charmin; grandchildren, Kimber Trammell, Joey Luis, Jagger Trammell, Rowdy Colt Trammell; and great-grandson, Carson Roberts.

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Kristy Lynn Wallace

Cresson-Kristy Cather Wallace, 63, passed away at Home with her husband, Doug and sister, Varsi by her side Monday, January 18th, 2021.

At Kristy’s request, there will be no service but the family will receive friends on Tuesday, January 26th from 6-8 p.m. at Baumgardner Funeral Home.

She was preceded in death by her father, Harry E Cather and brother, Vance Cather.

Survivors: Mother, Elizabeth Cather; husband, Doug Wallace; brother, Kim Cather; sisters, Varsi (David), Tracy (Leland); step daughter, Brittany Wallace; grandson, Taegan Wallace; very special nieces, Britney Kelley (Brian) and Stacy Hughes; nephews, Brad Cather, Christopher Cather, Josh Cather, Kyle Klatzkin (Lyndsay) and, Tyler Klatzkin; several great nieces and nephews, other family members and many friends.

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Richard John Martin

Crowley-Richard John Martin, 79, passed away Wednesday, January 6, 2021, in Fort Worth, Texas of natural causes.

Service:He will be laid to rest with his beautiful wife Peggy on January 28th at 3:00 p.m. in the Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery. In the spring, a celebration of life will be held with his family and friends in Danville, Illinois.

Richard was born December 21,1941, in Chicago, Illinois to the late Edith Krack and John P. Martin. While serving in the Navy he met and later married his beautiful wife Peggy MacNiven on January 16, 1965, in Chicago, Illinois. They had a total of seven children together. They lived in Chicago and later moved to Boston, Massachusetts and Danville, Illinois before settling down in Texas in 1986.
Richard and his wife enjoyed traveling to Branson, Missouri together where they would enjoy live performances of all kinds. Some of their favorite pastimes together included playing cards, listening to music and dancing. He was also very politically inclined and spent a lot of time watching the news, discussing politics and writing monthly newsletters about the state of our country.                                                            Richard was a devoted husband and a loving father and grandfather. He was loved dearly by all who were fortunate to be in his life and will be missed deeply. Love you dad.

Richard was preceded in death by his wife Peggy Martin and infant son, Richard J. Martin Jr.

Survivors: Son, Kerry Martin and wife, Amy of Texas; daughters, Linda Viens and her husband Rick of Georgia, Shea Tyrone and her husband Stephen of Texas, Jill Shaw and her husband Gene of Indiana, Veronica Martin and her husband Steve Dunn of Illinois and Laurel Faith and her husband David Faith of Ft. Worth, Texas; and brother Ray Martin and his wife Cathy, and sister Lynn Richmond, both of Illinois. Richard has 12 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren.

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Jack Troy Pace

Fort Worth- Jack Troy Pace, 77, passed away on December 5, 2020, after  a hard fought battle from dementia

Graveside Service- 2 p.m. Thursday, December 10, 2020 at Lone Star Cemetery, in Poolville, TX.

Marvin and Lois Pace gave birth to Jackie Pace on January 23, 1943 in Gainesville, Texas.
Jackie was the 3rd of 4 kids in the Pace’s loving home.
Jack enjoyed music at an early age and was a member of his high school band. Jack graduated Gainesville High School class of 1961. He continued to play music after school in the Marvin Pace and the Corvette’s band, playing at events throughout North Texas for most of his life. He worked at LTV for many years then followed his dream and joined the automotive industry selling cars for forty years. Jack was extremely talented, charismatic, funny, and witty which made him so easy to love.
Unlike many he married the love of his life Raymonda Wayland Pace in 1987 and they remained married for 27 years until she went to be with our Heavenly Father.

Jack is preceded by his parents, Marvin and Lois Pace, sister, Putsie Pace Bradford, his wife Raymonda Pace and his daughter, Angela Pace Morehead.

Survivors-Jack is survived by his son Lance Pace, his sister Jeanie Pace Estes and husband Don, his brother Johnny Pace and wife Thelma, his grandchildren, Sky and Chase Morehead, his nieces, Joanna Estes and Stephanie Bradford Stubblefield and husband Chris, his nephew, Todd Estes and wife Bridget, many great nieces and nephews and friends he touched along the way.

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