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Re: In Memoriam [Re: TFF Staff] #13285064 09/18/19 03:43 PM
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Frank Joseph Iacono (Frank I)

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Frank Joseph Iacono, 62, died on August 25th 2019 at his home in Lewisville, Texas after a hard fought battle with illness. He was the devoted husband of Dorene Iacono. They shared 37 years of marriage together.

Frank was born in New York City on March 14th, 1957 to Ignace and Margaret Iacono. He grew up and lived in the Bronx, NY until moving to Lewisville, Texas in 1994 with his spouse Dorene. He graduated from Misericordia Hospital School of Nursing in 1979. He practiced in the nursing field as an RN for 40 years and helped pioneer the nursing landscape for many other males entering the profession. Frank was a precision driven RN who truly made the patients the focus. He believed in a “teamwork first” approach to healthcare and enjoyed his work immensely. He enjoyed making a difference in the lives of others.

Frank married Dorene in 1982 after they attended nursing school together. They were blessed to work together at times during their careers. They had a relationship few experience. They enjoyed travel, sporting events, concerts, their beloved pets, and time spent with family and friends as a couple. Frank was a committed football fan of the New York Giants and loved his Yankees. He was an avid fisherman and enjoyed the time spent with others fishing as much as the “catch”. He spent many an hour with his pepper plants and care of their garden. The garden that helped provide those magnificent smells of home cooked food he enjoyed while watching favorite TV shows with Dorene. Frank will be remembered for his sarcasm, his humor, his compassion for others, and his love for his wife.

Frank is preceded in death by his father Ignace Iacono.

Frank is survived by his wife Dorene Iacono of Lewisville, Texas and his beloved Chrissy and Bella . He is survived by his Mother Margaret Iacono of Bronx, NY, Sister and Brother-in-law Gerie and Lee DeMarco of Pompano Beach, Florida who have provided great support, his sister Lisa Pitz, husband Steve and their children Victoria and Kimberly of Bronx, NY.

Re: In Memoriam [Re: TFF Staff] #13312245 10/15/19 01:33 PM
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Billy Joe Dyson, Jr. (RedSkeeter)

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Mr. Billy Joe Dyson, Jr, 60, of Arlington, passed away Friday, January 11, 2019 in a Dallas hospital. He was born June 17, 1958 in Corpus Christi to Billy Joe Dyson, Sr. and JoAnn Stark Dyson.

Mr. Dyson was a member of Lake Fork Baptist Church and worked in the Aerospace Industry

He is survived by his wife, Kay Dyson; son, Kory Dyson and wife Victoria; daughter, Kayla Dyson; step-daughters Kristy White and husband Bo and Kinsey Jenkins and husband Luis; nine grandchildren; parents, Billy Joe Dyson, Sr. and JoAnn Stark Dyson; brothers Terry Dyson and wife Sheila and Roy Adams and wife Teri; mother-in-law, Bobbie Higginbotham; and one nephew, Billy Wayne Dyson.

He is preceded in death by his brother, Johnny Wayne Dyson and one grandson, Jarett Shane Sorrells.

Billy was a loving son, husband, father, grandfather and friend. His interests included fishing, dancing, cooking and most of all spending time at his lake house with his family and friends. He was an active member of the Texas Fishing Forum, known as “Redskeeter”. He will be sincerely missed by his loving family, devoted friends and all the wonderful individuals who knew him and loved him.

He was also a TFF moderator and good friend to us all. Billy Dyson is greatly missed.


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Re: In Memoriam [Re: TFF Staff] #13548693 05/07/20 03:26 PM
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Alan Perrin (Alan Perrin)

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Mr. Alan Perrin was born on September 22, 1950 to Bill and Faye Perrin of Gainesville. Alan attended Texas State University, where he met Andra Parman. Alan and Andra were married on January 26, 1974 in San Marcos and spent the next 44 years of their lives together before Andra was called home to be with the Lord. He was able to find happiness again when he married Reida Bennett on April 26, 2019. Alan was an accomplished football coach and teacher at Northwest and Lewisville High Schools where he touched countless lives and was beloved by his students, athletes, and colleagues. He was an avid fisherman much of his life and he loved time spent on the lake and the friends he made through fishing.

Alan was a Godly man and a follower of Jesus Christ. He was humble, generous, and loved to make people laugh. Above all, he loved his family, his friends, and his five grandchildren who meant the world to him. Alan finished his race and went home to be with the Lord on April 30, 2020, at the age of 69.

Alan is survived by his wife Reida Perrin; son, Brian and wife, Marla Perrin of West Palm Beach, and son, Michael and wife, Dana Perrin of Justin; step-sons, Brian and Brad Bennett of Corinth; grandchildren, Tayler, Gabrial, and Caroline Perrin of West Palm Beach, and Leyton and Landri Perrin of Justin; siblings, Wallace Perrin and Bob Perrin of Gainesville, and Susan and Les Scott of St. Jo; brother-in-law and sister-in-law, David and Margie Parman of Keller.

He is preceded in death by his wife, Andra, and his parents Bill and Faye Perrin.

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Thad Rains (Thad Rains)

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Thad Eugene Rains went to be with his Creator on May 5, 2020. He was born on September 3, 1960 to Jack and Marilyn Rains in Lubbock, Texas.

Thad graduated from Bovina High School then attended Texas Tech University where he graduated with a Plant and Soil Science Bachelor degree and then went on and achieved a Master’s degree in Agricultural Economics. Thad then began to work as a personal investment broker for First Investors, then Fidelity, for over 22 years in Los Colinas, Texas. He medically retired in 2007. He struggled with Type I diabetes for over 48 years.

Thad was a true gentleman, an avid fisherman and a loyal and friend. He had a generous heart and loved to share his hard work experience, especially about fishing with anyone who asked. He is survived by his sister, Ryn Rains of Post, TX; step-mother, Carolyn Rains of Fort Worth, TX; two aunts, Jimmie Lueder of Albuquerque, NM and Geneva Fletcher of Ropesville, TX; and numerous loving cousins.

Thad was preceded in death by his father, Jack Rains; mother, Marilyn Rains; and his beloved grandparents, Carl and Penny Rains and Velma Fletcher.

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Tommy Hagler (The Hag)

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Thomas Lavoy Hagler, 66, beloved husband, father, Papaw and friend, passed away Wednesday, August 26, 2020 at Hendrick Medical Center in Abilene, Texas.

Tommy was born July 2, 1954 in Abilene, Texas to Dean and Sonoma Hagler. He graduated from Abilene High School in 1972 and attended Abilene Christian University. He married Barbara Beasley on February 9, 2001. Tommy began his career in the construction industry as a paint contractor alongside his father, Dean. He later became an estimator and general Superintendent working on many projects in Abilene and the surrounding Big Country.

As a lifetime Abilenian, Tommy was very proud of his Abilene community and the projects he was a part of. He developed many close relationships with the contractors and local businesses he worked with. He was an active supporter of the Abilene Police Department, Potosi Volunteer Fire Department, and Ben Richey Boy’s Ranch and Family Program.

Tommy was an avid outdoorsman. Hunting and fishing were his passions. He could talk fishing all day, every day, to anyone willing to listen. He enjoyed passing on his tips and tricks, although through his competitive nature, kept a few fishing secrets to himself. His favorite lake was O.H. Ivie and he knew every curve and the depth of each bend. Tommy was an original member of Abilene 35 Bass Club where he developed lifetime friendships. Through his intense knowledge of fishing, he started Hag’s Tornado Bait in 2009 with his wife Barbie. He enjoyed sponsoring many fishermen and women in hopes they would land a sharelunker. Tommy also loved to hunt and shared his passion with military veterans by hosting hunts at his ranch, Hag’s Hideout, for veterans to enjoy. Tommy once posted, “Please remember to ask for Him to look over those brave men and women that are protecting our freedoms.” Tommy was preceded in death by his parents, Dean and Sonoma Hagler.

He is survived by his beloved wife, Barbie; his daughters Courtney Foster of Fort Worth, DeAnn Starks and husband Ryan of Abilene and Candice Hagler of Bishop; his bonus daughters Dejah McCorkle and husband Glen, Jessica DeNigro and husband Patrick of Abilene and the absolute lights of his life- his 14 grandchildren; Carrli, Avery, Makayla, Grady, Tyler, Emma, Kaeli, Laini, Jace, Ava, Bailee, Cambry, Akane, Victoria and one great-granddaughter expected in January;his cherished siblings, Theresa Lollis and husband George, Connie Vogler and husband Donny, Deana Morris and husband Robby, John Hagler and wife Tamara, and Kristi Longoria; a host of nieces, nephews other relatives and friends.

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