Mr. J.W. Mathis
- December 20, 1944 - December 28, 2012
- Fruitvale, Texas
of J.W.'s Passing
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Bert, I am so sorry to hear of your loss, may you find comfort in your memories ...you will find they will be a blessing and an anchor in this time of turmoil. I pray for you and yours to have strength. God bless and keep you.
Posted by: Gretta Savage Smith - Seagoville, TX - cousin Jan 10, 2013
i am sad to read of J.W.'s passing. I was a youngster when we met at Zipp City Baptist Church in Zipp City.(now Balch Springs) He dated my deceased sister a short time and i had to go on their dates with them...LOL He came to church often with his then friend, Marvin Jones. He was always nice to me and always wondered what happened to him. He was a very nice kid.
Posted by: LINDA LEWIS WELLS - BUFFALO, TX - long ago friend Jan 06, 2013
I know there will be a big hole in you and your kids heart, but hope you find some comfort in knowing you all are being thought of at this time. Major
Posted by: Major Hammett - DeSoto, TX - Friend Jan 03, 2013
Dear Bert and girls, Sandra and family and Marvin and family, our hearts and prayers are with you all during this sad time. May the peace and comfort of our God fill your hearts during this time. I always loved and admired J.W. and look forward to hearing others tell what he meant to them. Again, God bless you all is our prayer. Janice and Gordon
Posted by: Janice and Gordon Young - Terrell, TX - First Cousin Jan 02, 2013
Bert, So many good things come with knowing this man. I will never forget
the day my dad came home with a horse
named Midnight, a black and white paint.
She took over a 100 first place trophies,
thanks to you and JW. The Lord will bless him in Heaven.
Posted by: Bobby and Patti Kitchens - West Tawakoni, TX - Friend Jan 01, 2013
So sorry Bert, We Think of you all from our playday days.
Posted by: Leon and Ann Kitchens - West Tawakoni Jan 01, 2013
We are sorry to hear of your loss. Our prayers are with you. We always found J.W. to be a really nice person each time we got to visit with him even though our visits were few and far between. Praying that God will comfort the family in this time of loss. We love you all. Martha Mathis and Steve Mathis.
Posted by: Martha Mathis//Steve Mathis - Cookville, TX - Wife of Edward Mathis/first cous Dec 31, 2012
I had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Mathis when I was in Junior High school and became friends with his daughter, Sam. From the moment I met this man I knew he was a family man. He cherished his wife and daughters and would stop at nothing to make sure they had everything that they needed. When I would go to his house for sleep overs with Sam, he always welcomed me and treated me as if I were one
Posted by: Melissa Simmons Littleton - Tyler, TX - friend to Samantha Dec 31, 2012
Thank you for taking me in your home and treating me as your daughter. You are one of the best men I have ever had in my life. Its a comfort to know you are in heaven watching over me and our family.
I love and miss you.
Posted by: Bobbie Mathis - Clifton, TX - Niece/daughter Dec 31, 2012
So wish I could be there with you. Precious memories will always be ours. He loved his girls above all and yes that includes his wife. Walk with God and he will help you through all strife. I love all of his girls too. A. Nellie
Posted by: Nellie Williams - New Bern, NC - close family friend Dec 30, 2012