GRAVESIDE: 10 a.m., Friday, Laurel Land Memorial Park, Fort Worth.
MEMORIALS: The family would like to thank the friends and family members that have enriched her life and request that memorials be made to the Five and Two food truck ministry at Arlington Heights United Methodist Church, 4200 Camp Bowie Blvd, Fort Worth, Texas 76107.
Jeanne was a 1949 graduate of Polytechnic High School and she retired from Museum of Science and History always saying it was a dream job where she learned something new every day. Jeanne was an active member of Arlington Heights United Methodist Church and served as a greeter at the west door for many years. She enjoyed the fellowship of the “Strings and Pieces” ministry crocheting over 200 prayer shawls. She was preceded in death by Husband, Daniel G. Boyd.
SURVIVORS: Sons, Billy G Russell, Jr. and wife, Lynda of Tolar, Randall S. Russell of Graford; daughter, Paula A. Keith of Willow Park; she was blessed with numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren who lovingly called her Grandmimi.
SERVICE- Graveside: 10 a.m. July 17, 2020 at Crowley Cemetery. Visitation: 6-8 p.m. July 16, 2020 at Baumgardner Funeral Home, Fort Worth.
SURVIVORS-Brother, Rick Cochran and wife, Donna; Sister, Jerrie Acker and husband, Michael.
CELEBRATION OF LIFE: will be held at a later date.
MEMORIALS: National Arbor Day Foundation and the Dallas RED Foundation.
Curtis was a devoted son, brother, uncle, and friend. He was a gifted designer and weaver. His life’s work includes horse blankets, decorative trims, and fabrics for Perennials Fabrics/David Sutherland Furniture. Homes around the world host what Curtis designed. Curtis collected unique, one-of-a-kind yarns and wove them into heirloom quality pieces for family and friends. He loved the design process and allowed himself to be spontaneous; adding unique color blends and styles to his weaving moment by moment. Curtis also loved trees and Texas native landscapes. He was part of the Dallas gay community with a heart of compassion for those separated from family. He loyally sat by the side of too many who died from HIV/Aids. We all remember his infectious laugh, his kind and gentle spirit, love of family and friends and his beautiful curly hair. He was affectionately known as “Curly.” We all loved him so, and he loved us.
Curtis was preceded in death by his beloved best friend, Jerry Perez; his father, Bert Cartwright; and niece, Haley Cartwright.
SURVIVORS: Mother, Anne Cartwright; siblings, Mark Cartwright, Lin Cartwright Attaya, Scott Cartwright and wife, Kathy, Sarah Cartwright Deckert; many nieces, nephews, including Steven Cartwright; cousins; his family at Perennials Fabrics; and his many friends.
SERVICE-Graveside Service: 10 a.m. July 10, 2020 at Moore Memorial Gardens in Arlington, TX. Visitation: 5-8 p.m. July 9, 2020 at Baumgardner Funeral Home.
Frances worked on the F-111 program at General Dynamics where she met the love of her life, William “Bill” Hill who preceded her in death. They were members of the First United Methodist Church, Fort Worth.
SERVICE- will be held at a later date.
SURVIVORS- Mother, Terri Wilhoite; brothers, Eric Jennings, Jr., Cash Hilderbrand, Steven Hilderbrand, Jr., Damien Hilderbrand; sisters, Abbygaile Wilhoite, Jade Hilderbrand, Emma Hilderbrand, and Brooklynn Hilderbrand.
Susan was born to Charles and Shirley Pruett in Fort Worth, TX on June 13, 1952. She graduated from Crowley High School in 1970 and attended broadcasting school. On August 17, 1990, Susan married Steve Terry.
Growing up an Air Force Brat, Susan spent her childhood between Crowley, Texas and Dill City, Oklahoma. She was a well-loved member of the community and most known for running the family business, Crowley Road Skate. For 15 years, Susan managed the rink, made life-long friends, and was a mother-figure to so many kids that visited or worked at the rink. The kids gravitated to her fun and energetic personality, and she became “Mom” or “Aunt Suzy” to all the kids in her life. Besides spending time with her family, Susan loved to knit, travel, collect antiques, and spend time at the beach.
Susan loved her family with all of her heart and was a devoted wife, mother, sister, aunt,grandmother, great grandmother, and friend.
Preceded in death by her parents, Charles and Shirley Pruett, and ex-husband, Stanley Patterson.
VISITATION- Friday, May 8th 6:00 to 8:00 at Baumgardner Funeral Home Fort Worth,Texas.
GRAVESIDE SERVICE: Saturday, May 9th 2:00 at Crowley Cemetery Crowley, Texas.
SURVIVORS-Husband, Steve Terry of Crowley; Children, Holly Priddy-
Kinnison and husband, Phillip, Shera Terry, Dawn Moody and husband, James, Chad Cogburn and wife, Roxanne; Grandchildren Fain Priddy (Holly), Addie Donawho (Holly), Ryan Lackovic (Shera) and 7 others; 5 great-grandchildren; Sister Paula Wells; Niece,Betsy Ferebee and husband, Brian; Great-nephew, Logan Ferebee; Numerous aunts,
uncles, cousins, nieces, and nephews.
Pat was born on Sept, 29, 1931, in Fort Worth, only child of Zelda Lee and Ernest Earl (Eddie) Edwards.
She attended local schools–Alice Carlson Elementary, McLean Junior High, and Paschal High School. At McLean, she was the editor of the school newspaper and yearbook, and was the winner of the American Legion medal for scholarship, leadership, and citizenship.
Pat graduated from Paschal High School in 1949. While there she was extremely active in the drama club, the vagabonds, was on the staff of the school newspaper, and was awarded the Radio speech medal.
After high school she went to Texas Tech University, where she graduated in 1953 with a B.A. degree in Journalism, and a B.A. degree in Speech. While at Tech Pat was in the Theta Sigma Phi (journalism), Forum (Motor Board), Las Vivarachas Club, and Zeta Tau Alpha sorority. Also worked on the school newspaper, and was in many theatrical productions.
While still a student at Tech, Pat began working for the city newspaper, the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, as a reporter and Book Editor. It was here she met her future husband, Phil J. Record of Fort Worth, who was also a reporter there. In 1954 they returned to Fort Worth and married.
After marriage, Pat worked in publicity for a number of organizations, including Channel 5, Texas Boys Choir, Casa Manana, Reeder Children’s Theater School, and some advertising agencies. Her favorite job was at Casa Manana Musicals, where she was Publicity Director for over 13 years.
She was also active in local theater. Pat was a Charter member of Fort Worth Community Theater (later Fort Worth Theater), and was active in their productions for a number of years.
Pat was a former member of the Ft. Worth Junior Women’s Club, and the Women’s Club. She was a member of the Rejebian Book Club.
Pat was a member of University Christian Church for more than 70 years. She served as a member of church board, as a Deacon, as a Stephen Minister, and a Circle leader. In addition, she served as a volunteer on the office staff for over 20 years in various capacities.
Their marriage was blessed with three sons, and my most rewarding role has been as a wife, mother, and supervisor of boys.
Pat was preceded in death by her husband,of 56 years , my parents, a brother-in-law, a nephew, and a daughter-in-law.
SERVICE-Friday, May 8th 11 a.m. at Baumgardner Funeral Home Chapel, Officiated by Dr.Russ Peterman from University Christian Church.
Visitation: 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Thursday May, 7th.
Private family interment at Laurel Land Memorial Park.
SURVIVORS-Sons, Chris Record and girlfriend, Paula; Greg Record and wife, Brunella; Tim Record and wife, Margaret;grandchildren, who were the light of her life, Victoria, Paige, Nathan, Laura, T.J. , Mallory, Marcie, Madison, Liberty, and great-grandson, Desmond.