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Evelyn Mary (Hurtuk) Hendrick grew up in Bridgeport, Connecticut with her parents, her sister and two brothers.
Raymond Eugene Moore, Jr., 42, of Fort Smith, passed away Sunday, September 15th, 2013 in Fort Smith. Hague, Age 89,Passed away Monday February 15, 2016 at home.He graduated from Northside High School and attended TCU. He was born September 25, 1942, in Cherry Valley, AR to the late George and Lottie Smith Moore. Richard worked in sanitation for OK Foods and was a member of Homestead Heights Community Church. As founder of Southwest Office Systems and Puente Concessions, he was well known as an entrepreneur, community leader and friend. Burial: Moore Memorial Gardens Donations can be made in her memory to Travis Avenue Baptist Church in Fort Worth. Her best friend, Martha, introduced her to her future husband, Howard Hendrick.Evelyn and Howard worked in the aerospace industry. His entire career was spent at Ken Davis Industries.His survivors include his wife of 64 years, 4 children, 7 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren.

Pallbearers will be Randy Dollar, Nathaniel and William Mason, Brandon, Billy, Kenny Wayne, James 'Bubba', Danny and Raymond Jr. Puente died peacefully in his sleep on Thursday, May 20th at 6:29pm, surrounded by his family.
They lived in Fort Worth and were married for 47 years.Bonita lived life to the very fullest and never met a stranger. Evelyn was a member of the Arlington Saddle Club where she competed in rodeo play days in the events of pole bending, barrel racing, anything with speed. She still enjoyed the water, but with no ocean in north Texas, she chose to compete in fishing tournaments. Fund.Victor was born November 2, 1926, in Breckenridge Texas into a loving family and was raised in very humble surroundings.
In 8th grade, he received a double promotion to the 10th grade due to his outstanding athletic skills in football as a Breckenridge Buccaneer. Giving it his all, he suffered a knee injury that plagued him all of his life, but definitely did not slow him down. To relax Evelyn enjoyed sitting on her porch swing with a cold beer, or watching a western movie. With his ambition as a driving force and a career in athletics not possible he dropped out of the 10th grade, and set forth to Fort Worth where he wanted to accomplish bigger and better things.When he moved to Fort Worth, he had no place to stay so he made his temporary home at the downtown YMCA.
Fort Worth is where he met his soulmate Virginia Dominguez who lived in the Northside of Fort Worth.

In 1964, Puente's vision of creating an office-equipment business with an emphasis on quality customer service, became reality with the founding of Southwest Office Systems, Inc.
Sons, Buddy and Vince joined the business in 1972 and together they took the reins of SOS to grow into the successful business that it is today. With SOS now a successful company, at the age of 63, Victor had other entrepreneurial ambitions. His daughter Gina joined his airport business in 1990, and together they grew the company into not only retail but also food & beverage, currency and wineries. He loved to read about Mexico's history and spend time with his many beloved Boxer dogs who were all near and dear to him. Although many people know him for his business achievements, his closer circle of friends knew how important Victor's family was to him.
Many sacrifices, support, motivation was given but most of all, an abundance of love was showered on Buddy, Vince and Gina and all of his family members.

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