John Clifton Page of Fort Worth, TX. went home to be with his Lord and Savior Saturday, January 28,2017.
Memorial Service: 2pm Saturday, February 18 at Mayfield Kiser Funeral Home.
John Clifton Page; “Cliff,” aka: Red Eagle, J.C., born to John Thomas Page & Martha Eileen Finch Page-Lang. Born & raised in Dallas, TX. Cliff took courses in Drafting & Design at Eastland College but before completion, took a job in the HVAC industry; worked in this field for 19+ years. All remaining years he worked as a self-contractor/foreman in the drywall/construction/renovation industry. He felt his creativity soared when working with his hands, building something or growing something. His move to Fort Worth occurred upon meeting and marrying his “precious baby girl”, Kecia. His interests & hobbies included playing Farkle & Spades with Kecia, gardening(farming), cooking, wood working, drafting, beach combing with Kecia, boating, fishing, hunting, camping, traveling, bowling, pool, golfing, and watching NASCAR. His passion was old classic Country & Western music, gospel hymns, & the Malt Shop ’50’s music. He loved to sing, dance, & bop! Such a multi-talented & gifted soul who NEVER sat down. He figured he’d rest when he died.
Preceded in death by both parents & step-mother, Wanda Page.
Survived by: wife of 15+ years & love of his life, Kecia Summers-Page, sons; Thomas & Bobby Page, step-son; Jody Barnes (Anthea), step-daughter; Loreda D. Barnes-Ball(Trey), grandson; Robert W. Barnes, step-father; Danny Lang, brothers; Jerry (Kathy), Michael (Brenda), sister; Brenda (James), aunt; Betty Finch-Shadwick,uncle; Steve (Sharon) and numerous precious cousins, nieces, nephews & dear friends.