Sergio

Sergio

By Shari Goldstein Stern A dedicated family, faithful clientele and devoted neighbors lost their husband, father and friend, Sergio, when he passed away suddenly from complications of an infection on Saturday, Oct. 10. He was the owner of Sergio’s Jewelry, which has been a Casa Linda staple since 1997. Prior to that, the luxury jeweler […]

Basil Roland Gentry

Basil Roland Gentry

  Basil “Big Money” Roland Gentry, 93, of Garland, Texas entered the Pearly Gates of Heaven surrounded by family on Aug. 6, 2019. Basil was born to parents Joseph Napoleon Gentry and Nora Cornelia Farmer Gentry on January 26, 1926 in Reinhardt, Texas. He was the last man living from Reinhardt, which is now East […]

Charletta Wayne Good Greene

Charletta Wayne Good Greene

Charletta Wayne Good Greene. What a woman! She was a career military wife, a teacher, a student, an historian, artist and adventurer.  Charletta took Girl Scouts rafting down the Colorado River and sat down with Margaret Thatcher at a luncheon. She taught kids to swim and Navy Seals water rescue. We wonder how many lives […]

Neighbors say goodbye to historical icon

Neighbors say goodbye to historical icon

THE CEMETERY LADY From the Dallas Historical Society Frances James’ passion was the protection of the historic cemeteries in Dallas County, including compiling historic information into several volumes of books. She became known as “The Cemetery Lady.” However, she also actively supported the preservation of buildings, historic sites and history in Dallas, Dallas County and […]

Katherine Owens

Katherine Owens

Theater visionary, artist, founding artistic director of Dallas’s Undermain Theatre and Texas Woman of distinction Katherine Owens has died after a five-month prolonged illness. She was 61 and lived in Dallas with her husband and artistic partner Bruce DuBose. Born in Salt Lake City, Utah in 1957, Katherine was raised in Odessa, Texas by her […]

Betty Lou Calvert Williams

Betty Lou Calvert Williams

Betty Lou Calvert Williams of Dallas/Mesquite/Houston, passed away peacefully in her room at Holly Hall Retirement Community in Houston on May 27, 2019. She was born in November 1927 to George and Maude Calvert in Oklahoma City. Betty is a true Oklahoman. Her father, George Calvert, first arrived in Oklahoma in 1889 as a child […]

Roger Emrich

Roger Emrich

Story courtesy of KRLD Radio A Texas Broadcasting legend is dead. Roger Emrich, a member of the Texas Radio Hall of Fame and a long-time sportscaster and reporter for 1080 KRLD and the Texas State Network, died Saturday night, April 27. He was 62. Emrich’s son Ted, a network sportscaster in his own right, announced the […]

THOMAS RANDALL “RANDY” BLACK

THOMAS RANDALL “RANDY” BLACK

December 7, 1945 – March 24, 2019 Thomas Randall “Randy” Black died Sunday, March 24 after a brave, three-year battle to survive following a massive stroke. Black was born on Dec. 7, 1945 in Fort Worth, Texas. He was raised in Dallas and graduated from Highland Park High School in the class of 1965 as […]

Allyne Frances (Ford) Cheek

Allyne Frances (Ford) Cheek

  Allyne Frances (Ford) Cheek passed away on February 19 at the age of 92. She was born in Galena, Kansas in 1926 to parents Alfred “Red” Hob Ford and Iva Keyes Ford. She was preceded in death by her parents; by brother Jack Richard Ford; by sisters Marjorie Merrill Watkins, Fern Morey and Rayma […]

John Allen Steger

John Allen Steger

John Allen Steger, age 70, passed away on Monday, September 10, 2018 in Dallas, Texas. Born January 26, 1948 in Dallas to Hugh Lynn and Maxine Wilson Steger, he graduated from Hillcrest High School and received his Bachelors in Forest Science from Colorado State University. After graduation John went to work at Weyerhaeuser Company in […]