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Don Roy Cowley, 83, passed away peacefully in his sleep Tuesday, July 8, 2014. Funeral: 10 a.m. Monday at Shannon Rose Hill Funeral Chapel. Interment: Shannon Rose Hill Memorial Park. Visitation: 8 to 10 a.m. Monday at the funeral home. Memorials: Don requested any charitable contributions go to the Scottish Rite or Shriners Hospital, fantastic organizations. Don was born in Covington on May 4, 1931. He was an entrepreneur and salesman all his life, a wonderfully entertaining and loving man. He was a lifelong Mason and was a member and past master of Handley Lodge #1140, past high priest and TIM of Handley Chapter and Council, district deputy grand master RSM, commander of Worth Commandery, 32nd degree Mason of Fort Worth Scottish Rite, Moslah Shrine, recipient of Knight York Cross of Honor, Knight Temple Priests, Grotto and many other Masonic organizations. Special thanks to Michelle and the folks at Hospice Plus for their great support in a difficult time as well as caregivers Susan and Lance, all who made a real difference in his last weeks and days. He was preceded in death by his parents and beloved wife of 50 years, Jan, who passed June 6, 2014. Survivors: Sons, Gil of San Francisco, Calif., and Neil of Barcelona, Spain; grandchildren, Andrew, Travis, Russell, Alex, Peter and Clara; and great-grandchildren, James, Caiden, Liam, Laura and Austin.
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Doug Dailey, beloved husband, father, brother, son, son-in-law, brother-in-law, friend, caring neighbor, inspirational manager and the spiritual leader for his family, went to heaven on Sunday, June 29, 2014, at the young age of 50. Memorial service: A memorial service honoring Doug's life will be held 11 a.m. Monday, July 7, at Gateway Church, North Richland Hills, at 7501 Davis Blvd., North Richland Hills. Memorials: In lieu of flowers, please consider reading and learning more about the genetic condition that ended his life and donate if possible to the Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Association (HCMA); this disease claims many lives of all ages via "sudden death." Please log onto www.4hcm.org to support the memorial fund for Doug Dailey. Doug was born in Great Falls, Mont., and moved extensively during his young life as his family traveled with his father's service in the U.S. Air Force. After living in 10 different states he landed outside of San Antonio graduating from Randolph Air Force Base High School and then attending Texas State. Doug has been in the DFW area for the last 20-plus years. He met his wife, Tracey, in Grapevine at a church function. They have had a very spiritually productive six years together attending Gateway Church, volunteering and being a part of an active home team. Doug loved to spend time with his children going to church events, watching the Spurs play and "win" the 2014 National NBA title. He loved to hike, ski, sky dive and take long walks. He developed a passion for cycling and he recently rode in the ADA Charity American Diabetes ride at the Texas Motor Speedway two weeks ago. Every Sunday he cycled the Trinity Trail in Fort Worth where he took his last breath. We hope to have a memorial at that specific location someday. He loved attending car shows, gun shows, airshows and a variety of sports events with his family. Doug was preceded in death by his parents, Dan and Celeste Dailey. Survivors: He is survived by his wife, Tracey; daughter, Brittany, 22; son, Blake, 18; son, Tommy, 16; daughter, Taylor, 16; sister, Laurie Dailey; stepmother, Jeanne Dailey; mother-in-law, Sandy Anderson; father and mother-in-law, Chuck and Nancy Lowers; brother-in-law, Rob Lowers, his wife, Marilyn, and niece, Kyle; many extended aunts, uncles and cousins; and hundreds of Dallas-Fort Worth area employees that depended on his leadership from the decade of being the general manager of the Saltgrass Steak House located on Lamar in Arlington.
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