Robert Peyton Sheffield, 76, of McKinney, Texas passed away on January 18, 2023. Robert was born on January 5, 1947 in Jasper, Texas. He grew up on his family farm in Spurger. After he graduated Valedictorian from Spurger High School in 1964, Robert went on to study Mathematics and Education at Lamar University. He met his wife, Frances, during his Senior year, where they quickly married after nine months of courtship. Robert served 7 years in the Texas National Guard Reserves. His first job was teaching math at Bridge City Middle School. He later started his own trucking company, Shefco, before settling into a successful and rewarding, 30-year career in Operations Management for Univar USA. Robert received various promotions which moved his family to areas of southern Louisiana, Plano, Houston, Atlanta, and St. Louis. He retired in 2008 in Plano, Texas. Robert enjoyed many hobbies over the years including cooking, grilling, storytelling, problem-solving, home improvement projects and most recently cultivating and growing bonsai. He enjoyed giving his granddaughter math transactions to do in her head. He was a member of many social groups and loved spending time with family and friends. Gifted in listening and understanding, Robert was a mentor to many during and after his professional career. He also served as a Stephen Minister Leader for many years and was very active in his Catholic faith. Robert was predeceased in death by his father Jesse Craig Sheffield, mother Hazel Sheffield and siblings David and Jack Sheffield. He is survived by his wife of 54 years Frances Sheffield of McKinney, Texas, son Brett (Angie) Sheffield and granddaughter Maggie of Frisco, Texas, daughter Belinda (Bryan) Randall of Alpharetta, Georgia, mother-in-law, Margaret Solito, and many loved nieces, nephews, and cousins. A Funeral Mass will be held at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, 2700 W. Spring Creek Pkwy., Plano, Texas 75023 on Friday, January 27, 2023 at 3:00pm with a reception to follow.The Funeral Mass will be livestreamed at the following link: In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Society of St. Vincent de Paul.
Joseph Chi Wong passed away on December 23, 2022 in McKinney, Texas at the age of 52. He was born in Hong Kong on January 11, 1970. Joseph graduated from Lake Highlands High School in 1988. He married Cara Annette Shaw on January 3, 2015 in Plano, Texas. Joseph had a passion for grilling and smoking meat- he was the grill master. He was an expert in IT, and he loved technology. Joseph was an entrepreneur by trade and loved working for himself. He also loved using his talents to help non-profit organizations. Joseph was a kind, patient, humble, Christian man who loved the Lord. He adored his wife, Cara and his son, Alexander, and loved his dogs, Lexi, Dolly Pop, and Bunni. Joseph is survived by his wife, Cara Wong of McKinney, Texas; son, Alexander Wong of Plano, Texas; aunt, Regina Ho of McKinney, Texas; aunt, Alice Richmond and husband, Scott of Dallas, Texas; aunt, Beatrice Wong; aunt, Winnie Wong; cousin, Clara Ng; cousin, Ken Ng; cousin, Cherry Ng; cousin, Elaine Ho; cousin, Bill Richmond; and cousin, Emily Richmond. He was preceded in death by his father, David Wong. The family will receive guests for a visitation from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Monday evening at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home in Allen, Texas. A Funeral Mass will be held at 11:00 a.m., Tuesday, January 3, 2023 at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church in Plano, Texas. Funeral Mass will be live streamed at the following link:
He leaves behind his wife of 45 years, Beth; daughter, Rebecca (Simmons) Baack and her husband Christopher Baack; son, James Simmons; grandchildren Jesse, Lane and Morgan Jones and Rylee Baack and many cousins, nieces and nephews.
My thoughts and prayers to the family. He was a wonderful asset to our department and could be relied upon to perform his duties consistently and correctly. I enjoyed his sense of humor and his quiet strength. He has positively impacted the lives of many and will be missed dearly. Thank you for your friendship.
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After his mother died, Victor started looking after his 80-year-old grandfather, Jasper. Because of his failing eyesight, Jasper could no longer drive to the bank. So, Jasper permitted Victor to withdraw money from the bank every month to pay bills. Lately, it seems the bank balance is lower than it should be. Jasper wonders if Victor is keeping some cash for himself.
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You might assume that your will or estate plan ensures that your money will go to your intended heirs. But inheritance theft is an insidious and underreported problem that can cost families dearly. And since inheritance thieves are usually family members, the fallout often is not only about money, but also family ties.
Good morning my mom was taken from the hospital without me and my brother knowing where she was taking to from January up until February 13th my mom was not allowed to see us we were not allowed to know where she was we looked all over the place for her and when we did talk to someone they said that we were not allowed to know about her I was allowed to see my mom February 12th and then my mom died in her sleep February 13th my mom has four kids three boys one girl two of my brothers are deceased my cousin as well as the other family has stolen money has stolen her car has cash in all of our life insurance policies and is trying to cash in the other one they told me that my mom made a will and made her power of attorney over her but she did not me and my family have been going through a lot of harassment vandalism theft identity theft money stolen and the kids that my mama got custody of have been denied of us allowed to see them and talk to them as well as the dog the landlord took the money from my mom to deposit money we have been getting light on we have been getting phone calls we have been getting our mail stolen from my mom address in our address our phones have been getting hacked the finance companies have been stealing our information I have been trying to get an attorney ever since
A Random Act of Kindness Nelson "Skip" Foley At the end of the school year, Mrs. Smedmeyer gives her fifth-grade class a special assignment: they have to do something helpful for someone else. But there's a catch-the kids have to keep it a secret from the person they're helping. Tammy and Tommy Robins and their cousin Jeremy know exactly the person they want to help. His name is Mr. Mendabe, and he's a nice old man who is always smiling, despite his painful-looking limp, and who sometimes hands out lollipops. The three kids decide to mow his unkempt lawn. When they get to Mr. Mendabe's house, though, they realize the old man needs more than a neatly mown lawn. His porch is broken, his hedges are overgrown, his fence is falling down, and his roof is missing shingles. The kids are shocked but not discouraged. They're going to do their best for their friend, even if it means getting their whole class, their parents, and high-school kids involved.
Join a crusading crustacean and a group of third graders from Brewer, Maine as they learn firsthand how a bill becomes a law in their state. This is the true story of how some intrepid elementary school students helped the lobster become the official state crustacean of Maine.
I remember Jim always as a happy, fun guy. Married to my older, glamorous cousin who I adored, he always lit up the room. Never heard him say a bad word about anyone. What a beautiful legacy he leaves behind, Sandy with you and your family.
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