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Adam Lopez, Jr.
Freddy's Wrecker
Ranger, TX

ADAM DIAZ LOPEZ, JR., 46, of Ranger passed away on April 21, 2010 in Ft.Worth, TX.  Burial was at Evergreen Cemetery.

Adam Diaz Lopez Jr., 46 of Ranger, Texas was reported early morning on April 21, 2010 to have been involved in a traffic accident.  He was Care Flighted to ICU at St. John Peter Smith Hospital, in Ft. Worth, TX. As we all know he was a fighter, and fought until his last heart beat. He was pronounced dead at 5:01 am. Adam was our Hero and hero to many throughout his lifetime.  He was a loving father, son, brother and uncle as well as a grandfather. Adam was a big part of the community of Ranger and well known.

He was born February 8, 1964 to Adam Sr. and Rachel Lopez in Abilene, Texas. He attended Winters Elementary. In 1977 his family moved to Ranger. He joined Ranger Volunteer Fire Dept in 1981. He loved the excitement of fire fighting and helping his community. Mainly just helping other. He graduated from Ranger High School in 1983, where he played Football, basketball and ran track. He was a Ranger Fire Dept Volunteer fighter for 16 years. In 1996 he received Fireman of the Year award. He loved hanging out at the fire station in his spare time...when he wasn't out making a dollar.  His motto was always, “Another day, another dollar.” He worked for Fina Gas Station in his high school years. In 1986 he went to work for Sun Oil Company and quit to go to work for the City of Ranger for a year.  He then was elected commissioner of the Water department of Ranger and then off to Freddys Wrecker Service.

As his children grew up in Ranger he participated in coaching T-ball, little league baseball and pee wee basketball. Adam also attended every Ranger football game he could. He was a long time member of the Ranger Historical Society, and attended many city hall meetings.

Adam is survived by two sons Andrew Lopez (RHS-2005) and Aaron Hoodie of Ranger, TX, his daughter Gabriella, and his girlfriend Teresa Abila of Ranger, TX, mother Rachel Lopez of Ft. Worth, TX, his father Adam Lopez Sr. of Olden, TX, one brother Anthony Lopez (RHS-1985) of Aledo, TX, one sister Michelle Lopez (RHS-1992) of Ft. Worth, TX, two nephews
Lane Adam Lopez, Landon Lopez, one niece Madison Lopez.  He is also survived by two grandchildren, Nathaniel, and Kassidy Hoodie.  Adam had many aunts, uncles and cousins in his family as well as friends. Adam will be very missed by all who knew him and those who loved him.
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Casey Denman, 32,
with AA Wrecker Service in Haltom City (a member of TTSA), passed away in an automobile accident on Thursday, April 21st in Weatherford, TX.
 
Casey Don Denman was born Feb. 7, 1979, in Fort Worth, son of Don and Pam Denman. He graduated from Keller High School in 1997. Casey loved his children and was an excellent father. He was an avid roper and enjoyed working around his place.

Survivors: children, Cole, McKenzie and Cooper; parents, Don and Pam Denman of Dennis; sister, Jodi Dawn Horton and husband, Todd; grandmother, Betty Treadway of Dennis; uncle, Joe Denman and wife, Delana of Brock; aunt, Susan Westbrook of Dennis; niece, Alex; nephew, Cal; and numerous other family and friends.

Martha J. Farrington
(September 1, 1945 - April 23, 2011)
Martha J. Aleshire Farrington, of Lewisville, passed away Saturday, April 23rd, 2011. Marti was born September 1, 1945 in El Paso, Texas. She was a proud American and a citizen of the Cherokee Nation. She worked for Southwestern Bell, AT&T, and Lucent Technologies for many years. In her retirement years, she was an avid volunteer for the Susan G. Komen foundation in all three North Texas affiliates. Marti worked diligently within the Cherokee Nation, especially in the areas of education. She was a regular contributor to numerous other charities with which she also had a great passion. Marti was lucky enough in her retirement years to meet the love of her life, her soulmate, Dewey Farrington. Although they were not blessed with many years, those years were filled with a lifetime of love. One of the greatest joys in her life was being a grandmother. She attended every school function and was her grandchildren’s biggest cheerleader. She was like a second mom who was ready with great advice, would be the first to take a goofy picture, and make them feel like they were the most special children in the world. Marti never met a stranger. She reached out to people in all walks of life. She was extremely generous, both monetarily and with her time. There was never any doubt that you could depend on her to be there. If it was important to her friend, it was important to Marti. She made her friends part of her chosen family. Marti is survived by her husband, Dewey Farrington of Lewisville, TX; aunt, June Ward of Oklahoma City; daughter, Angie Crabtree, her husband Drew, and grandchild, Riley of Ft. Lewis, WA; daughter, Amy Lee, her husband Don, and grandchildren, McKenna, Jessica, and Jack of Southlake, TX; son-in-law, Robert Farrington, his wife Beverly, and grandchildren Kalena, Kati, and Brandon, and great-grandson Zachary; her sisters and brother; and numerous friends who were her chosen family. Memorial service is scheduled for Friday, April 29th, 2011 at 2:00pm in the chapel of the Mulkey-Mason Funeral Home, 740 S. Edmonds Lane, Lewisville, TX 75067. (972)436-4581. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Marti’s favorite charities: Susan G. Komen, Dallas affiliate 12820 Hillcrest Ste C105 Dallas, TX 75240
The Cherokee Nation Foundation 115 E Delaware Tahlequah, OK 74464 918-20-0950
Marti & Dewey Farrington have been supporters of TTSA since the inception of the association.

 

 

 

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