Dan Mohorc, president and CEO of Galactic Performance Solutions in Arlington, was killed Friday in a boating accident on Cedar Creek Reservoir. He was a major supporter of his community and nonprofits such as the Boy & Girls Clubs of Arlington and Mission Arlington.
Francine Reese Morrison, an internationally known gospel singer and minister from Fort Worth, has died after a long illness. Morrison was the first black person to participate in a governor’s inauguration when she sang at the inauguration of Gov. John Connally, said former longtime Star-Telegram columnist Bob Ray Sanders.
Update Sunday night: According to a Facebook post by Mansfield Mayor David Cook, the funeral for former state Sen. Chris Harris will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Crossroads Christian Church in Grand Prairie. Visitation is 6-8 p.m. Tuesday at Greenwood Funeral Home in Fort Worth.
Cedric “C.J.” and Lauren Davis had dedicated their young marriage to helping people through their Arlington church, but Nov. 13 was supposed to be a Friday evening for themselves, with a Dallas Mavericks game as a gift.
Tom Quigley never forgot the sacrifices that he and his fellow soldiers made when they fought against the Germans in the Battle of the Bulge, a pivotal turning point in World War II that ultimately led to Germany’s defeat.
No one could accuse Jimmy Joe Steenbergen of not living an interesting life. He was a Southern Baptist minister, a stage actor — most notably with Hip Pocket Theatre — a civil-rights activist, and in his 70s, he traveled the West Coast in an RV.
Dixon W. Holman had dual passions: the law, which led him to a career that culminated in 23 years on a state appeals court, and football, where he was an on-field official at all levels, culminating in the National Football League.