Obituary: Paul Willis, Fuzzy’s Taco Shop founder (update)

| |Thursday, Dec. 26, 2013

Longtime restaurateur was involved in North Texas restaurants including Fuzzy’s Taco Shop, Yucatan Taco Stand, Margie’s Italian Gardens and others. (Updated and corrected)

Noted Texas historian, author T.R. Fehrenbach dies

Monday, Dec. 02, 2013

Fehrenbach wrote 18 nonfiction books including included Lone Star: A History of Texas and Texans.

For Sister Maggie Hession, Rangers baseball was heaven on earth

| |Saturday, Nov. 23, 2013

Sister Maggie Hession, who was a fixture with Sister Frances Evans at Texas Rangers home games, died Wednesday. She was 85 and had Alzheimer’s disease.

Joe Peters Sr. of Fort Worth’s Peters Bros. Hats dies at 68

| |Thursday, Nov. 14, 2013

A full hatrack of presidents has received “Shady Oak” Western lids that were originally fashioned for former Star-Telegram Publisher Amon Carter Sr.

Business leader Bill Harvey supported night shelter, food programs

| |Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013

Bill Harvey was widely known for shepherding big land deals in Tarrant County and for working with the Presbyterian Night Shelter and food programs.

German native spent career inspiring students at Dunbar, Paschal

| |Friday, Nov. 08, 2013

Peter Glaser, who taught language and literature at Dunbar and Paschal high schools in Fort Worth, dies at 60.

Don Harris, longtime WBAP/820 AM personality, dies at 75

| |Thursday, Oct. 24, 2013

Harris, known for his deep baritone voice, spent more than 30 years at WBAP/820 AM from the ‘60s through the ‘90s.

Jerry Russell, Stage West founder and major figure in North Texas theater, dies

| |Thursday, Sep. 05, 2013

Jerry Russell, founder of Stage West and performer on many area stages, was hospitalized two weeks ago.

Haltom City Councilman Richard Villa Garcia dies

| |Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2013

Richard Villa Garcia, in his second term on the City Council, was a longtime Shriner and clown.

Dr. Clarence Brooks, from a family of Fort Worth physicians, dies at 62

| |Wednesday, Aug. 14, 2013

Dr. Clarence Brooks joined the medical practice of his father, Dr. Marion Brooks, on Evans Avenue. He loved jazz and collected Harlem Renaissance artists, his brother said.