Etta Hulme, acclaimed Star-Telegram cartoonist, dies

| |Friday, Jun. 27, 2014

From 1972 to 2008, cartoonist Etta Hulme delighted many Star-Telegram readers with her humor and insight, and she was beloved by her colleagues. But yes, she infuriated some readers. “A cartoonist ought to provoke,” she said.

Stanley Marsh 3, businessman and artist, dies at 76

|Tuesday, Jun. 17, 2014

Creator of the Cadillac Ranch beside Interstate 40 west of Amarillo and patron of other modern art installations had been incapacitated by a series of strokes.

Sam Garcia, 91, remembered as a ‘pillar of good leadership’

| |Friday, Jun. 13, 2014

The World War II veteran and leader in the Hispanic community died Thursday.

Jack Woolf, retired president of UTA, dies

| |Thursday, Jun. 12, 2014

The former president led the school from a junior college to a four-year university.

Dr. Marilyn King-Rankine, cardiologist whose medical skills were matched by calming compassion

| |Saturday, Apr. 26, 2014

She was known for pursuing state-of-the-art procedures and techniques, but patients will remember her calm bedside manner.

Al Mathews, retired owner of Al’s Hamburgers in Arlington

| |Friday, Apr. 25, 2014

Al’s Hamburgers opened on North Collins Street in 1957 and moved to N.E. Green Oaks Boulevard in 1986. Mr. Mathews died Monday.

Lindy Berry, a former TCU All-America quarterback, dies at 86

| |Wednesday, Apr. 23, 2014

TCU great remembered for on-field exploits, off-field humility.

Ken Bunting: A newspaper career of great stories, lasting friendships

| |Monday, Apr. 21, 2014

TCU graduate and former Star-Telegram editor Ken Bunting has died at 65.

Louis Zapata, first Hispanic elected to Fort Worth council, dies

| |Thursday, Apr. 10, 2014

Louis Zapata is remembered for breaking down barriers and being “a Texas original, a Fort Worth original.”

Third-generation Fort Worth Judge Hal M. Lattimore dies at 93

| |Saturday, Mar. 29, 2014

The former 2nd Appeals Court jurist followed in the footsteps of his father and grandfather.