Words of Wisdom: 8 Tips for Writing a Eulogy Writing a eulogy and finding the words to honor someone you loved can seem like an impossible task. Take a deep breath and try these helpful tips. If someone you know and love has passed away, […]Continue Reading
Saying Goodbye Without Debt: What’s the Cost of Cremation in Texas?
Saying Goodbye Without Debt: What’s the Cost of Cremation in Texas? No one wants their loved ones to be financially strapped by their burial. To honor your loved one on a manageable budget, learn the cost of cremation in Texas. 55.3 million people die each […]Continue Reading
Monty Lynn McNair
Monty Lynn McNair died Thursday, March 21, 2019 at home. He was born October 29, 1953 in Austin, TX to the late John and Lou McNair. He was an architectural engineer for 30 years at Lockheed before becoming an online professor. He is survived by […]
Ronald “Ronnie” Ward Weaver
Ronald Ward (Ronnie) Weaver, 70, of Fort Worth, Texas, passed away on March 17, 2019 after a long and courageous battle with Parkinson’s disease. He was born June 20, 1948, in Austin, Texas. Ronnie attended Auburn University from 1966 to 1970. He was a member, […]
Forest Charles Farr Jr.
Forest Charles Farr, Jr. was known as Charles by his friends and family. He was a successful and ardent developer of human talent both in the US Air Force and later as a Baptist minister. He forged deep, lasting loyalty and friendships with people who […]
Sylvester Richard Kubiak
Sylvester Richard Kubiak 10/16/33- 3/12/19 a.k.a. Buddy, a.k.a. Dad, a.k.a. Uncle-Cousin Buddy, a.k.a. Grum-Grum got his Grand Slam today and finally won a hand of cards without too much cheating. As this was a once in a lifetime event, he moved on to his new […]