William Alan Cross
1966 - 2020
Guardian Funeral Home
Fort Worth, TX
William Alan Cross
October 9, 1966 - November 6, 2020
Azle, Texas - William Alan Cross, 54, passed away Nov. 6, 2020.
Graveside service: 10 a.m. Wednesday at Laurel Land Memorial Park.
Alan was born Oct. 09, 1966 to Dale and Cynthia Cross. He graduated from W.E. Boswell High School. He loved his family dearly, had a passion for automobiles, and would instantly assist his fellow man.
He was preceded in death by his mother; grandmother, Irene Solberg-Kaska; grandfathers, William A. Cross and Johnny Ivery Solberg.
Alan is survived by his father; uncle, Alton and his wife, Rita; aunt, Becky Paschal; and cousin, Alyson Zabriski and her husband, Jeff.

Published by Star-Telegram on Nov. 9, 2020.
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Alan, I will never forget you. Our families had a long connection. You are forever in my heart.
David Hale
November 11, 2020
Alan, I will miss you, your laughter, your kindness, your love
Dale, my heart is heavy for your loss. Alan was a great individual and a wonderful Son. Dale you were always a best friend to Charles & Allen was crazy about him. Allen & Charles are in the Heavens with whole, well bodies & soul. My love , thoughts, & Prayers for you.
Darlene Martin
November 10, 2020
David Hale
November 9, 2020
The Cross family has been part of my life since I was 16. We've been through so many ups and downs, it's hard to count them all. But, one thing is constant and that's their love and support for one another. Alan was the love of their lives and through the years, grew to be a wonderful, loving, funny man. His sense of humor can't be matched and his love for people is a gift from God. I will miss him terribly and all our laughter, he is truly happy now . I love you, Hot Wheels, Rest In Peace. Give Cindy a hug for me! ❤
Judy Waggoner
November 9, 2020
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