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  • Mary Ruth Prather Springfield

    Mary Ruth Prather Springfield was released into the arms of her heavenly father on Sunday March 29, 2020 at her home in Springtown, Texas.
    Service: 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 1, 2020 in Jaybird Cemetery, Springtown.
    Visitation: 10 a.m. until service time, Wednesday at Jaybird Cemetery.
    The family welcomes close friends and family to the outdoor service keeping in mind the social distancing rules that are currently in place. Please be responsible and respectful of safe distancing.

    She was born on the K Ranch near Springtown on May 30, 1935 to Isaac Eugene Prather and Audra Roberts Prather. She accepted Jesus Christ as her Savior and was born again and baptized by his Spirit on August 21, 1955 at Walnut Creek Baptist Church.
    A life-long resident of Parker County, she graduated from Springtown High School in 1953 where she excelled in Future Homemakers of America and served as the Area secretary.
    She married Don Truman Springfield on March 25, 1955 and celebrated 65 years with the love of her life this past week. They were soulmates, and each other’s first and only true love.
    She was a woman with a servant’s heart. She loved and served God with all of her mind, heart and soul. She devoted much of her time volunteering in church. She was a phenomenal Bible teacher. She witnessed to people of all ages as she taught Vacation Bible School and many ages of adult Sunday school classes during her life. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Springtown.
    Mary had a special talent for sewing and crafting clothes, curtains, quilts and pillows.
    She enjoyed life as a homemaker on her farm, raising pigs, cows, horses, and chickens.
    She also canned and put up vegetables from their large gardens. She loved flowers, especially red roses. She was a doting wife, grandmother and great-grandmother, and loved spending time with her family and cooking delicious meals for them.
    Mary was a precious treasure to her family. Her battle with kidney failure taught them all how to live a strong, courageous and peaceful life in all situations. She suffered with dignity and grace. She always had the sweetest smile and was the sweetest patient even in the midst of suffering. She impacted many lives by her countenance. The light of Jesus was radiantly shining in and through her striking blue eyes, silver hair and sweet smile. She was a beautiful woman inside and out. Mary was truly a picture of the Proverbial woman in the bible. A wife of noble character, worth far more than rubies. Her husband had full confidence in her. Her children and grandchildren arise and call her blessed, her husband praises her. Her value is immeasurable. Most importantly she was a woman who feared the Lord and is to be praised. She has earned her reward and is now enjoying life everlasting in the arms of her heavenly Father. What a beautiful vision of her new life. She was excited and so ready to leave this earth and be in his arms where all things are made perfect. Let us rejoice and be glad for this is the day of the Lord has made.
    We give God praise and glory for Mary’s salvation, for eternal life and for Jesus who made this all possible. May her life be the example we all strive to live.
    Survivors: She is survived by her husband Don Springfield; her son, Keith Springfield and wife Gina; her daughter, Nancy Springfield Bayouth and her husband, Mark; Mary had one granddaughter, Alyssa, and four grandsons, Dillon, John Mark, Luke, and Matthew. She also had one great-grandson, Lawson. Jaylee Barbee has been in her life for the past four years as a kind and compassionate caregiver. She felt such peace with Jaylee caring for her.

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  • Billy Gene Sheffield passed away on March, 20, 2020
    Billy Gene Sheffield, 78, passed from this life and into the arms of his Savior on Friday, March 20, 2020. Billy was born on October 14, 1941, in Old Boston Texas to Willie Sheffield and Fannie Irene Smith Sheffield. He attended Bennington school in Oklahoma. Billy proudly served in the United S…

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  • Yessenia Cortes Aviles
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    Yessenia Cortes Aviles, 30, went to be with the Lord on Sunday, March 22, 2020, in Dallas, TX. She is survived by her parents, Olga Aviles Gonzalez and Alejandro Cortes, her brothers Rafael Cortes, Yohan Cortes, Bryan Cortes, and Alexis Cortes, her sisters, Maria Cortes, and Anabel Cortes 세이 클럽 다운로드. She will be deeply and lovingly missed by many family and friends. May she rest in peace.

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  • James Randall Reed

    James Randall Reed passed away Friday March 20, 2020.

    Graveside: Private

    Randall will lie in state Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at Biggers Funeral Home.

    James Randall Reed was born March 24, 1956 in Fort Worth. He received his undergrad in environmental science at Texas Wesleyan and his Master’s in religious education and marriage and family counseling at Southwestern Seminary. Randall was employed at Lockheed Martin since 1980. He worked as a Technical Fellow, Materials Engineer Principal, Senior Manager, Technical Lead, Engineering Specialist Senior, Senior Chemist, Chemical Analyst across multiple fighter jet platforms including: F-111, F-16, A-12, F-22, F-35, and F-117. During his time at Lockheed he received multiple awards including two AeroStar Team Awards, NOVA Team Award, and Department of Defense Manufacturing Technology Achievement Award.

    Randall attended Christ Chapel Bible Church and was active in Band of Brothers. He was an avid hunter, competitive shotgun shooter and member and participant in USA shooting. Randall was currently serving on the board of Fort Worth Trap & Skeet Club. He loved getting to travel with his son and daughter to multiple shooting competitions, Olympic trials, and even ISSF World Cups.

    Randall enjoyed spending time with his hunting dogs; Abbi, Beretta, Kensi, and Gracy but most of all spending time with his beloved family.

    Randall was preceded in death by his parents, James Harris and Oma Lee Reed.

    Survivors: Wife of 32 years, Kathy Reed; son, Andrew Reed and wife, Miranda; daughter, Kendall Reed; sister, Renee Ball and husband, Melvin; and numerous nieces, nephews, extended family members, and friends.

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  • Anderson, Carol A.
    Carol A. Anderson BEDFORD — Carol A. Anderson, of Bedford, Texas, died on March 22, 2020 at the age of 74. Family and friends visited her sharing…

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