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James Arthur Carder, 84, passed away peacefully surrounded by his family from this world into the arms of Jesus on Tuesday morning, July 8, 2014, at his home of 59 years in Fort Worth. He died of natural causes. Funeral: 10 a.m. Saturday at South Park Baptist Church, 7201 Crowley Road. Interment: Laurel Land Memorial Park, across the from the church. Visitation: 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Friday at South Park Baptist Church. Memorials: Flowers should be delivered to Mount Olivet, 2301 N. Sylvania, Fort Worth, Texas 76111. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Texas Baptist Home for Children, 629 Farley St., Waxahachie, Texas 75165. James was born in Clyde on Sept. 4, 1929, to James Herman Carder and Lucille Freeman, who preceded him in death. He worked at A. Brandt furniture company, Landers Machine Shop and Kroger before retiring. He loved his family and worked hard all his life to provide for them. James attended South Park Baptist Church for 53 years where he was a door greeter for approximately 45 years before he stopped due to his health. Everywhere James went, he attracted small children like a magnet. He was affectionately called PaPa by his grandchidren and great-grandchildren as well as children who weren't his own. He was blessed with many wonderful friends and family who have performed overwhelming acts of kindness over the years. He loved to garden and had backyard gardens up until his death. He also loved to fish and hunt. Survivors: Wife of 61 years, Joyce Modene Carder; children, Brenda Carder Hutchins and husband, Chuck Hutchins, Jimmy Carder and wife, Lisa Carder, and Jeffrey Carder and wife, Chrissy Carder; grandchildren, Amber Killough and husband, Matthew Killough, Peyton Carder, Cory Liberto and Hunter Carder; great-grandchildren, Wyatt James Killough and Cassidy Joyce Killough; and brother, Paul Eugene Carder and wife, Bonnie Carder. Read Obituary
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Rebecca "Becky" Sue Carroll, 66, lost her courageous battle with ovarian cancer Friday, July 4, 2014. Funeral: 2 p.m. Wednesday at Heritage Church of Christ. Interment: Dido Cemetery, Dido. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Mount Olivet. Memorials: The family requests all donations be made to Christ Haven for children. Rebecca was born Nov. 20, 1947, in Fort Worth and raised in Haslet. She was one of three children born to Wayne and Betty Knox of Haslet. Becky graduated from Northwest High School and went to Abilene Christian University. She received her master's in administration education. She taught for 30 years in the Keller ISD as a elementary teacher, vice principal and alternative educator. Becky touched the lives of many students and people with her passion of teaching and selfless attitude. Her trademark was always putting others first even up until the very end. Above all Becky was the best mother, grandmother, and friend in the entire world. Becky was preceded in death by grandparents, Leonard Knox and Ella Dee Baker Knox; Ben and Pearl Jackson. Survivors: Becky will forever be remembered by her husband of 44 years, Wade Carroll; loving parents, Wayne and Betty Knox; devoted brothers, Mike Knox of Keller and Roger Knox of Haslet; beloved children, Cory and Cody Carroll; daughter-in-love, Julie Carroll; treasured grandchildren, Lily and Case Carroll; caring nieces and nephews, along with countless other friends and family whom were blessed to know her. Read Obituary
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Cynthia Stewart Case, 65, was taken by angels to her heavenly home Friday, July 4, 2014. She lost her battle with ovarian cancer, but won everlasting life by accepting her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, at the age of 12. Funeral: 2 p.m. Tuesday at Southcliff Baptist Church. Interment: Mount Olivet Cemetery. Memorials: In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Southcliff Baptist Church, 4100 SW Loop 820, Fort Worth, Texas 76109. Cindy was born Oct. 20, 1948, in Fort Worth and grew up in Poly. She attended R. Vickery Elementary, William James Junior High and Poly High for her sophomore year. She later graduated as an honor student from Arlington High. She loved her life, family, and friends, but most of all, she loved the Lord. Cindy retired from Motorola after 20 years of service. After retirement, she and her husband, Jack, lived with and cared for her father for 10 years after her mother died in 2000. Cindy was an active member of Southcliff Baptist Church, and served faithfully as long as she was able. With the blessing of her two daughters, she was extremely involved in the upbringing of her three grandchildren. Their "Nana" was their best friend. Survivors: Husband, Jack; daughters, Crystal Cisneros and husband, Marcus, Courtney Singleton and husband, Donavon; grandsons, Connor Cisneros, 14, and Danny Aguilar, 10; granddaughter, Bianca Aguilar, 12; sisters, Cheryl Stewart and husband, Chas Clayton, Dee McGee and husband, Larry. Read Obituary
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