Grace Caroline Loncar
2000 - 2016
Sparkman/Hillcrest Funeral Home & Memorial Park
7405 West Northwest Highway
Dallas, TX
LONCAR, Grace Caroline Sometimes the brightest star burns out too soon. That was Gracie's life. During her whole life she was a star who was loved by everyone she met. She was beautiful both inside and out. She was also extremely witty and funny. You only have to look at her Facebook page, Twitter or Instagram to see what a brilliant sense of humor she has. Grace wore her heart on her sleeve. She called things exactly like she saw them and her friends and family loved her for that. Grace was one of the most talented young actresses that Dallas has ever seen. In her freshman year at Booker T. Washington, she had two major roles in plays and one of them was voted Best Play of 10 plays. She won Best Play and Best Actress. She was also selfless in that she would take small roles or even participate as a stage manager, make-up artist and costumer. She could also sing like a bird. Our family will never forget a trip we took with many other families to Cabo, when she stood up in front of sixty people, both children and adults, and flawlessly sang acapella Adele's Rolling in the Deep. She was 13 years old and up until that moment, no one had even heard her sing. The courage this little girl had was amazing. Grace loved her family with all her huge heart. She especially loved Halloween and Christmas. At Halloween, she would come up with the most elaborate costumes that always involved beautifully and expertly applied makeup. She loved going to haunted houses with friends all year long. At Christmas she would always organize her family's Secret Santa gift exchange. In fact, she had already done so for this year. For every Christmas, she would buy each family member at least ten special gifts that she had already thought about. She would shop early, wrap them herself, and put them under the tree. There was barely room for anyone else to place their presents. The amazing thing was that Grace would always use her own money for everything. She was a compulsive saver. She took every check she got from relatives for birthdays and holidays and put them in a box. She would also bet anyone, on anything and usually win. She played cards like a professional and especially liked Gin Rummy and Manipulation. She once beat her father 12 straight games of Gin, before he gave up. Grace was always very generous to others. She would give anything she had to someone who was in need. She saved so much money from working and gambling that she would loan various family members money. As long as they paid it back with interest, of course. Grace loved her school, Booker T. Washington. All five of her brothers and sisters went through the Highland Park School System, as did Grace through the eighth grade. However, she really wanted to go to an Arts school. She tried out and was accepted. She was right. She loved it. She was finally in a place that allowed her to express herself. It was like a family to her. She jokingly called the students "a basket of wonderfuls". We can't even count the times she came down the stairs in some kind of costume that she wore to school. The only thing we would say to her was "are you really allowed to wear that to school?" Grace was unique and one of a kind. There will never be anyone quite like her. Grace loved her house and her comfortable room. The joke in the family was that she would have to go to SMU because she would never leave her house or her cat, Tux. Ah Tux, that cat she loved that would only come to her and slept with her every night. Grace loved to use Favor Food Delivery, and her favorite food was Sushi. Her favorite color was pink. She steadfastly refused to get her driver's license and would always Uber everywhere she went. She also told us that she would play a game with the Uber drivers. If they told her a personal, unusual story about their life, she would give them a $20.00 tip. Grace used to knit hats for family members and friends. I can't forget that Grace loved strawberries. She has purses, shoes, dresses, all with strawberries on them. If her parents would have let her, she would have gotten a strawberry tattoo. Grace has beautiful fair skin like a little angel, and she wanted to keep it that way. She would use an umbrella on sunny days. Grace has determination and an iron will. If she decided to do something, she did it. If she didn't want to do something, good luck trying to talk her into it. Family members remember when she was about 8, we tried to talk her into playing soccer. The Coach put her in the game and she stood still with her arms crossed as the thundering herd of kids ran up and down the field, until she was allowed to go back to playing on the side-line. So much for soccer. However, in the last ten months, she decided she wanted to lose weight. She went at it with a vengeance. She lied and told the Equinox Gym that she was a sophomore at SMU, because you have to be over 18 to join. She got a trainer and worked out 4 days a week. Because she was so tech savvy, she researched on the Internet and became a card-carrying Vegan. She obtained all her own food, and never ate after 6:00 p.m. Just like she told everyone, she lost 32 pounds in 4 months. The transformation in her confidence and attitude was amazing. She gained so many friends, went out a lot more, and began dating. Everyone in the family was so happy for her. Grace was a loving kind person who was wise beyond her years. She was accepting of all people and always rooted for the underdog. Unfortunately, Grace suffered from the often underestimated and misunderstood disease of depression. From the time she was diagnosed at age 11, until her death, she struggled. She would tell her family that she could never feel anything. She couldn't feel all the love from everyone around her. Most tragically, she couldn't even feel the love for herself. She couldn't feel the fierce, undying love of her best friend, her mother Sue. When the disease finally overtook her, she will never know how many people loved her and will miss her, until we are reunited with her in Heaven. Just know in your hearts, that from the moment her eyes closed here, she opened them in Heaven. She is survived by her parents, Brian and Sue Loncar. Her fiercely loyal and loving older brothers, David and his beautiful wife, Jennifer and Patrick. Her incredible older sisters, Sally, Hailey and Abby. Her grandmother, Sally Alford. Her grandparents, Sue and Phil Loncar. Her aunt and uncle Julie and Bill Alford. Her aunt Jillian Brade. Her aunt and uncle, Clint and Elizabeth Ralston. All her many cousins, Hunter, Baily, Nicholas, Will, John and Grant. So many members of her huge extended family. Our family wants to extend a special Thank You to Terry Bentley Hill, who shared her similar, unique experience, strength and hope in this difficult time. Please wear something pink and come to either one or all of the celebrations of her beautiful life. There will be a viewing held at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, December 1, 2016, in the chapel at Sparkman Hillcrest Funeral Home, located at 7405 West Northwest Highway, Dallas, Texas 75225. The funeral service will be held at 1:00 p.m., Friday, December 2, 2016, at Munger Place Church, located at 5200 Bryan Street, Dallas, Texas 75206. The burial will take place at 3:00 p.m., Friday, December 2, 2016 at Sparkman Hillcrest Cemetery, located at 7405 West Northwest Highway, Dallas, Texas 75225. In lieu of flowers, please make a contribution to the Munger Place Building Fund or send it to the Suicide & Crisis Center of North Texas, 2808 Swiss Avenue, Dallas, Texas75204.

Published by Dallas Morning News from Nov. 30 to Dec. 1, 2016.
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Happy 18th birthday Grace
Xolani Moore
May 7, 2018
May you be at peace, Grace.
February 28, 2018
Wishing you all strength and comfort today. Your Grace is not forgotten.
November 26, 2017
Dear Sue & family, after many years here in our home in East TX, having seen Brian's TV ads so many times, we sorta feel part of the family, but I did not know of your tragedy until recently. My mother's heart is breaking for you tonight. Suicide is a nasty business, as it takes out more than one-- it's like a massacre with horrible rippling effects. But we also understand that the person who started it could not help it because of the very real sickness of depression. I am well acquainted with this disease as a manic-depressive myself who at times has hung on by my fingertips during the past 50 years. She could not help this, and there's no one to blame. The old M.A.S.H theme song titled Suicide Is Painless is such a crock! But, SUICIDE IS BLAMELESS. And Sue, as you probably already know by now, you will never get over it, but TIME will help you get through it easier and easier. TIME & PRAYERS. You will be in mine.✝
Ann Byrd
October 15, 2017
Depression is real, It is a very dark pit. Sue you are a very strong woman. God is with you.
Brenda Lee
May 5, 2017
Wishing you solace and peace during this difficult time. RIP Grace
April 27, 2017
Angie Digiacomo
March 21, 2017
Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
Angela DiGiacomo
March 21, 2017
Hi grace.. you were one of the greatest people I have ever met. I miss you so so much. Until we meet again little strawberry.
Dakota Mccue
March 15, 2017
This is beyond tragic. So young. Talented actress, she would have been so successful in life. Depression real and more needs to be done in this country and world to help those with it.
Michael Frietsch
March 10, 2017
Grace, you saw a girl in need who was weak and scared and didn't know how to let herself live so you walked into her life and showed her how beautiful confidence can be. You inspired her to break through the walls holding her in and she was finally on the path to freedom. Thank you. I would not be who I am today if I had not gotten to know you. Thank you for showing me true beauty and showing me that being different from everybody else is amazing, not something that needed to be hidden. You taught me so much about the world and you were not afraid to teach me about me. There's nobody else like you and I will forever miss you. You're the star who's flame will never burn out. Thank you for all the unforgettable memories. I love you. Rest easy little strawberry.

To the family: Your strength is inspiring. Thank you for nurturing and loving the amazing girl who changed every life she walked into. I send you all of my love.
Cat Stark
February 13, 2017
I want to send you our condolences for the loss of these two wonderful people created by God. Now they are both with God and we pray they rest peacefully in him who created them. May Almighty God grant you strength and the grace to go on. Our heartfelt sympathy is with all the Loncar's family.
Genaro Dominguez
January 21, 2017
To the Family... may God continue to comfort you and keep you cradled in His arms of strength and courage through your difficult days. Grace was a true angel.
Nakia Quarles-Howard
January 20, 2017
I saw the article in the paper and wanted to send my prayers and condolences to your family.
Lisa Doll
January 19, 2017
Rereading the last message you sent me and wishing I could've seen it in time. I love you grace. I miss you with everything in me .
Dakota Mccue
January 16, 2017
Rest In Paradise Grace..
A Lewin
December 10, 2016
I am so sorry for your loss. God bless you.
Cheryl Hollingsworth
December 8, 2016
Grace seem to be a wonderful person.I will like to send my condolences to the family and may God comfort them through this difficult time. Psalm 83:18
Yvonne Eddings
December 8, 2016
My Condolence May God Bless You'll Always
December 7, 2016
December 7, 2016
I can't imagine the pain you are all going through. First Beautiful Grace and now Brian. May the Good Lord protect you.
Carol Dean
December 6, 2016
May God be with your family, praying for you
Mona Vela
December 6, 2016
Sorry to hear of the loss.
Ann Marie Stokman
December 6, 2016
Condolences to the family. We lost our 24 year old daughter to depression last year.
December 6, 2016
My heart to you!
Amy Gallo
December 6, 2016
Grace...the most honest, brave person I knew. I remember the first time I met her in TESE at Park Cities Dance and she was wearing a poodle skirt. We had to sing by ourselves and I was so scared, but Grace showed me that it is okay to mess up and that you shouldn't care about what other people think because all that matters is how you see yourself. Three years ago, she helped me achieve all that I have so far and for that, I am eternally grateful.
Taytum Buford
December 6, 2016
So, so , sorry, Rest In Peace beautiful angel
Vanessa Reyes
December 6, 2016
I am so sorry for your loss. She is truly gone too soon. May God give you peace and comfort in this time of grief.
Alyssa Thys
December 6, 2016
This breaks my already severed heart. I've battled depression, PTSD since age 15, I just turned 38, yesterday. I'm in my first year of grief, since loosing my mom and moral compass last Christmas Eve. All the firsts without her voice and physical presence have been overwhelming. Both my husband and I were spokespersons for Brian, though we never met him personally, we have empathy along side his family. Grief, is also no joke, while I think I'm "ok" my grief over loosing a baby, my mom and stepson all in 6 months has me bulging with raging thoughts, and not waking up wouldn't be so bad...hugs to the family, as in this time they are numb and need space.
Erin Smith
December 6, 2016
Sue, my heart is breaking for your family! I graduated with Bill and my husband and I were close to your parents early on in our marriage. We would see them often when we would go out for dinner. We would joke around and say, "I wonder if Sherm and Sally will be here tonight!" I just want you to know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family!
Michelle Kolb
December 5, 2016
I know that your heart is heavy with sadness. Your beautiful angel is now resting the arms of God. She is at peace now. Time will help. God bless you and give you strength.
Pat Abbott
December 5, 2016
Prayers for family and friends.
Reuter Family
December 5, 2016
My prayers and thoughts go out to the Loncar Family! I wish you peace and God's Grace!

Alice Atwell & Family (Dallas, TX)
Alice Atwell
December 5, 2016
I am so very sorry for your loss of such a beautiful person. I pray that God gives you love and that He has his Angels wrap their wings around your family through this most trying time. God Bless Caroline's Family. May She Rest in Peace.
Suzanne Lawsin
December 5, 2016
I never met Grace, but I read the obituary and my heart and prayers are with your family at this time. I hope you all can overcome the grief for losing a child. She is now in a better place where pain and suffering does not exist.
Marco Puente
December 5, 2016
What a shining star... RIP with hugs to your family during this difficult time.
December 5, 2016
I am so, so sorry for the loss of your beautiful young daughter. I too lost my 16 year old son the same exact way, it has been almost 10 years now. Although the pain has lessened, I still miss him tremendously & think of him every single day! Suicide never solves anyone's problems, it only transfers the pain to those who love you. May God comfort & carry you all through this difficult time. My prayers & thoughts are with you...
Frances Skipworth
December 5, 2016
God bless you
Valerie Lane
December 5, 2016
tan jovencita y hermosa que dios la guarde en su santo seno...
leonor ramirez
December 5, 2016
Prayers for the family and friends❤
Jacey Mullins
December 5, 2016
Wishing family and friends comfort and peace.
Kathleen Sargent
December 5, 2016
Dear Sue, the hope and the faith that you shared at Grace's beautiful service was so overwhelmingly uplifting!! I was the choir accompanist at HP Middle School when Grace was there in 8th grade. The choir met first period every day and I was always greeted by that amazing Grace and she started every morning off with smiles and laughter for us all. We worked together on her "Mabel" song when the Playbill group performed FAME..... after one of the shows, I heard a young student say "I think the Mabel girl with the cheese puffs was the best!" And she was, she WAS. And still IS! What a joy that she is dancing and singing in Heaven and could be there for her dad when he arrived!
Thank you for telling the entire room last Friday about the hope and the eternal life that Grace, and now Brian too, are living's just the beginning of the first 10,000 years " bright shining as the sun". My daughter who was Grace's friend in that same choir ,along with many many other young and impressionable hearts, need to know that they can be exactly what Christ has called us to be: LIGHT in this dark and scary world and SALT to PRESERVE and to make each other THIRSTY for LIFE and not death!!! Your strength, your testimony and your faith that this is NOT the end of the story (but just the very ugly part) will absolutely carry you through and you are lifted up by many in the faith community. Love and peace-beyond-understanding to you, faithful and tenacious mom!
Laurie Tirmenstein
December 5, 2016
I too suffered from clinical depression beginning in my teen years. I've struggled mightily as Grace did. I know the numbness and feeling of disengagement and disconnection. At my worst, I wanted to fall asleep and not wake up. Hopelessness and sadness were ever present. Medication saved me along with an understanding therapist. I'm functional and happy to be alive. It remains a struggle. My heart goes out to the family and friends if Grace. She was a remarkable person with traits that endeared her to all. I feel your sadness. I've been there. God Bless.
Gary Goodfriend
December 5, 2016
So sorry for your loss just know God makes no mistakes our family will keep you in our prayers
Lori Hartfield
December 5, 2016
My sincerest condolences to the Loncar family, on both Grace's death and also her father's - Brian. Mr. Loncar's advertisements on local (El Paso, though we reside in souther NM) TV was so familiar. What a shock last evening's news brought us. I only learned about Grace's death then, as well. Please know that my heart, and husband's as well, goes out to you.
Cindy Marek
December 5, 2016
En paz descansen!!!
December 5, 2016
My sympathy goes out to you, the Loncar family, for your loss of Grace and now Brian. I do not know you but am connected through Mark Paradise, my son-in-law. You are in my thoughts and prayers as you go through this time of great sadness.
Jane Wheeler
December 5, 2016
Rest in peace beautiful young lady. Fly high with the angels, and touch the hand of Jesus. You are in a place of no harm, and no depression, that haunted you for so long. I know that you now have complete happiness and will never have to suffer or cry ever again. My prayers are with the family, and hope that they will allow God to help them through this tough time, because he will. I also call on everyone on earth, to understand depression more, and spend more time trying to help the people suffering from this horrible disease.
December 5, 2016
I didn't know this family....but I've seen Mr. Loncar's commercials since I was a kid and his tag-line by heart. When I heard of the news of Mr. Loncar and his daughter, my heart broke for this family. I will pray for this family that God holds them in their time of need.
Shun Jackson
December 5, 2016
Thank you for sharing Grace's story. A wonderful girl. A beautiful family. I cannot imagine the sadness of losing a beautiful young girl and then her father to a broken heart. I hope you are able to find some comfort in knowing they are together and that their stories have touched so many lives. For all of Brian's accomplishments in life, I will remember the beautiful obituary he wrote for Grace as his greatest success. A wonderful father, a beautiful daughter, sharing their next journey.
December 5, 2016
Dear Beautiful Sue,
I learned of the loss of Gracie and also your husband Brian when I talked to your mom, my cousin Sally, this morning. I cannot imagine such tragic losses! I can only offer you prayers. i wish I could reach out and offer you hugs. May God give you strength to cope with your sorrow.
Linda Manning
December 5, 2016
To the Loncar Faamily just know during your time of sorrow that God is in complete control. You may not ever understand this, but always remember, Earth has no Sorrow that Heaven cannot Heal. My deepest sympathy to you and your Family
Tonya Moffett
December 5, 2016
tonya moffett
December 5, 2016
In your short life you have touched so many people. Family, friends and strangers. Will wear pink in honor of beautiful Grace and will never forget you. Until we all meet again one sweet day beautiful Angel. K.H.
December 5, 2016
I am so very saddened by the loss of your Daughter Grace and Dad, Brian Loncar. I have always admired your Dad on Television commercials because he has an open caring for his Clients and you could tell by his words and expressions. I have a friend who is a Client of the Loncar Law Firm. I want to say my heart is broken for your Family and I pray that peace can be found in this terrible moment in time for you all. God Bless You
Brenda Bowling
December 5, 2016
Sorry for your losses. A prayer for strength and understanding during this time. Lean not to your own understanding and remember time and the grace of God will sustain You and heal the pain
December 5, 2016
Rest in Peace
Sarah Thomas
December 5, 2016
So very sorry for your lose...I am sure that the lord has eyes on all of the family members..God's speed to you and all the family...
helen davis
December 5, 2016
I will lift your family up in prayer... Dad and daughter are dancing amongst the angels...Michelle Edwards Johnson
Michelle Johnson
December 5, 2016
She sounds like a wonderful, beautiful young lady. My deepest sympathy for her family she left behind. May God give you the strength to endure until you see her again. Jade Seibert
Jade seibert
December 5, 2016
Praying and asking God to carry you through this most devastating time in your lives. Please take comforting knowing Grace and her dad, Brian are together and at perfect peace. My deepest sympathy to you all. Belinda, Allen, Texas
December 5, 2016
Dear Loncar Family,
I am so very saddened to hear of the loss of your beautiful daughter Grace and now Brian Loncar. I do not know you all personally but was very touched by the obituary that Brian wrote of your sweet Grace. I pray for God to comfort each of you during this very difficult time and hold each one of you close. Keep your faith in the good Lord and he will see you through this in time. I hope you will find peace and comfort knowing their are so many people that are praying for you and your family and that Grace and Brian are now together with God in eternal heaven.
Missy Chami
December 5, 2016
I am so sorry for your loss. I know the pain and desperation of depression all too well. I hope it brings you some comfort knowing that she is her amazing and beautiful self again, with no pain.
Luanne Harrell
December 5, 2016
My heart hurts so for your family at this time. I know there are no words that can take the hurt away. I am praying God helps you all find a way to heal. God bless.
Pat Kasseroler
December 5, 2016
Words can not express my deepest sympathy for the loss of your beautiful child to this disease. My very own daughter was diagnosed in 1999 and I truly understand your journey. May God bless you all and keep you strong...My thoughts and prayers are with you all...
Terri Grant
December 5, 2016
Our love is going out to the family and friends. We pray that God gives you peace in the time of the storm. We extend our deepest sympathy to you Mrs. Sue and the children. Sorry for your loss.
The Aldrich Family
December 5, 2016
To the Loncar family....My family sends you love and healing prayers. I graduated [email protected] in '85. It hurts when a fellow student leaves our flock!!! I pray that her father was greated by your daughter, and the two are together in Gods Home!!!
Love always,
Julie J. Jewert Johnson-Jones
Julie Johnson-Jones
December 5, 2016
I am so sorry for the loss of your beautiful daughter, Grace. It is clear from reading her obituary that she was deeply loved. May the Lord comfort all of you, Grace's family, during this difficult time.
Lisa Coleman
December 5, 2016
I'm extremely saddened to hear about the loss of Grace and now her father. I do not know the Loncar's, I have only seen his commercials. My prayer is for the tragedy of both lives lost, will bring a spotlight to mental illness and how deep love runs through our heart. Mental Illness comes in so many forms and most of the time it's mistaken for irresponsiblility, being over the top, OCD, ADD, ADHD, social anxiety disorder, and so on. The death of a child, mother, father, sibling, wife, husband, etc. can be so detrimental that the pain from the death supersedes any comprehension of the future. This is another form of mental illness that SO DESPERATELY needs understanding. The stories of Grace sound like she was LOVE, was LOVED and now LOVED by The COMFORTER Jesus. May they both rest in peace. God knows the heart and soul of his children, and He and only He decides eternal judgement. May the peace of God surround Sue, her entire family and extended family in this horrific, so unexpected loss of these special loved ones.
My Prayers Are With You,
Susan Goad
Susan Goad
December 5, 2016
I am praying for you and the family! Heaven has the most beautiful angel of them all now!
Kathryn Hilliard
December 5, 2016
This hurt so deep. God bless you Grace and what will i do now without my great lawyer brian loncar. This makes all my pain come back from my father murdered two years ago. Im so sorry this had to happen to both of you. RIP. TEARS OF HURT
Antoinette Shaw
December 5, 2016
R.I.P to another great and amazing person .. loving Caring and beautiful . My condolences to y'all.
David McCarter
December 5, 2016
Our hearts hurt for your family, love each other and
Try to live as Grace and Brian would want you to. You are all in the thoughts of so many who know you and more who don't, but whose hearts are aching for you.
Priscilla and Charlie Holmans
December 4, 2016
Sue,My heart aches for you and your family. I, also, am a survivor of suicide loss. Any loss is heartbreaking, but No one can fully understand this unless they have experienced it. Even though we're not acquainted, I want you to know I'm praying for you all. Take one moment at a time. Pam
Pam Henry
December 4, 2016
So sorry for your loss of grace and now brian .
Penny Lay
December 4, 2016
My deepest condolences for the family. You all are in my prayers and we will never know the answers to this life, but God does and may He give you all the peace and comfort during these times. Love you all and God bless you!
Priscilla Vasquez
December 4, 2016
So terribly sorry for this loss of life. She was an angel, with beauty well beyond the norm. May her glowing light surround your hearts now and forever. Deepest condolences to you all for her loss and the loss of her father, as well.
Jessica Sanchez
December 4, 2016
Sue ...I just want to say I am so so sorry that you have had to go through all this pain this past week and I just wanted to say my and ❤❤❤ Iare being sent to you n your family . Grace is a beautiful girl just like her Mom is and I am sure she will be one of the most gorgeous angels in Heaven above ...I pray God will give you the strength and faith for these next day's months and years ...xoxoxo
Pam Bell Rasberry
December 4, 2016
My heart is heavy to see that a talented young lady was loss to depression. I pray that we can find a cure to this disease. I am also sorry to hear of the passing of her father. I understand the pain of loosing a loved one. May God Bless this family.
Danny W. Robinson
December 4, 2016
Sue, my heart is heavy as I learned tonight about Grace, and now Brian. My love and prayers are with you and your entire family.
Jackie Craver
December 4, 2016
My heart is broken at this news. I was blessed to sing at Grace's baptism at at St. Paul. May the Lord grant comfort and peace in the days to come.
Rev. Sandra Minor
December 4, 2016
I love the Loncars and, in ways distant, I too feel the absence of a light shining its brilliance over all ~
for a love so true, now and here, and with each of us.
But, it seems to me: the real is cloaked by a curtain. An obscurity ~ fabricated from our human condition being... and until reoriented we cannot see which is right [there] and what is left [here] behind.... to know that which is of what be so precious... in our time.
So it was and so it be... Just around that corner now known ~ in a blink ~ we too are home.

One cannot lean unto his own understanding (or a mind's confusion). And, what i say - I don't know how it happens - but I can tell you it's true.

As Love above is Loving you through, my truest prayer, for you know what's real - he and she are with you still. Only now so different, to say the least. You must connect in spirit and grow all points east.

Sincere expressions in sympathy - to you - to all your family. With a brotherly embrace • ever here for you.
Brian Hall
December 4, 2016
My heart hurts for you and your family. May God hold you in His arms and give you comfort.
Brenda Schickedanz
December 4, 2016
Jazlyn Colbert
December 4, 2016
My deepest condolences to her family for this beautiful angel. And now for the loss of her father as well. Prayers to all the family.
Juliana A
December 4, 2016
She sounded like a deep and loving person with a huge heart. So sorry for your loss! Many people were lucky to have known her.

December 4, 2016

I have lit candles & offered prayers for all of you since reading
about Grace's death.
Today Bill & I learned about Brian's. My heart is heavier than
I can convey. Words are failing me.

I pray for all of you & for them as they are in Eternal Life,

Sally Magee
December 4, 2016
So very sorry for Grace and Brian! May God bless your family! They are together with God, but makes it hard for loved ones here on earth! God, take care of Grace and Brian.
Jean Dominguez
December 4, 2016
December 4, 2016
Saddened by your loss.
December 4, 2016
I didnt know your beautiful daughter and sister. My sister has fought depression for most her life, she is 52 now. There is very few days that go by that I dont thank my heavenly father for her still being with us. My thoughts and prayers are with you
Sharon Rounds
December 4, 2016
I am so very sorry for your loss of a daughter/sister/cousin/neice/best friend. I also want to add the loss of her father, Brian. May God give their souls peace and rest. God bless yall!
Sandra Rangel
December 4, 2016
Dear Heavenly Father please lay your healing hand on this family. Earthly sorrow will be extremely heavy now. Grant them healing and peace. Amen
December 4, 2016
I am deeply sorry for your loss and now Brian I hope God heals your family's pain.
Jane Doe
December 4, 2016
Words are such cold comfort but I am so glad I was able to meet her and experience the light shining through the darkness. What a tragedy. My heart goes out to the entire family. With love, Nancy
Nancy Rubin
December 4, 2016
There are no words for daughter also suffers from this horrible illness. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you. Trust in the Lord with all your heart lean on him..Amen
Tracy Schilhab
December 4, 2016
Loncar Family, I did not no Grace Caroline Loncar or Brian Loncar but at this moment I want to express my deepest condolences to your family. I personally deal with depression on a consistent basis and am trying so hard to stay happy. I remember seeing his commercials and looking at myself saying, "One day I can be just as successful as him." May God provide peace with your entire family as you have lost your loved ones.
Raleigh Lane
December 4, 2016
My heart is broken for the loss your family has suffered...May she rest in peace with her beloved father who Dallas lost today.
angie wilkerson
December 4, 2016
Thank you for sharing Grace's life story for her friends, family, and even for those of us who never met her. Thank you for perfectly stating that depression is misunderstood and underestimated. In reading this, I can tell she made a permanent imprint on everyone's heart. May your love for her grow ever more.
A Caring Reader
December 4, 2016
To the Loncar family..I have no idea how to feel for you all and I wish I can just hug everyone.. Mrs.Sue, David, Patrick, Sally,Hailey and Abby.It hurts so much.Seeing as how Mr. Loncar has touched a lot of the Dallas metroplex with his work. I pray for patience of the heart and peace of the mind in the future for the Loncar family.It shows how serious mental illness can be and how us as a society must do more to look into it for the greater good. May Grace & Brian rest together peacefully.

Much love
Edmund Jarrett
December 4, 2016
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