Herman K. Dallof
25 February, 1928 – 11 January, 2020
Herman K. Dallof, age 91, born February 25, 1928 in Logan, Utah passed away January 11, 2020 in Fort Worth, Texas.
Herman was known as “Bud”. He went to LDS Business School in Salt Lake City, Utah. Bud served his country in the Marines and in the Army National Guard for a total of 11 years. He served in World War ll and in the Korean War. Bud worked in many jobs like at IBM as a banker, the oil business, as a partner in not only a magnesium company but also in an auto repair shop. However, most of his life he was in sales from selling greeting cards to electronics to insurance to groceries. Bud was an excellent salesman and earned many awards and trips because of it. The last few years of his life he worked for his church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. He loved volunteering as carnival chairman at his kids’ schools for years. He also loved working as a precinct judge for the elections. When he lived in Houston, he loved going deep sea fishing with his friends and family. Most of his life he collected stamps and coins and loved those collections very much. Bud was, and always will be a very devoted son, husband, father, uncle, grandfather, great grandfather, etc. He was very devoted to his church and not only served as a missionary in Sweden but also was a bishop twice. After his mission and serving in the service, he fell in love with his sweetheart for life, Donna Joy Heusser Dallof.
Bud has left a legacy. All of his life he served the Lord and had been a very good example for his friends and loved ones. He will dearly be missed.
Bud is survived by his children, Roseanne Holland, Albert Dallof, Richard Dallof and his wife Angela, Dawnell Ingham and her husband Frank and Kathleen Guthrie and her husband John; grandchildren, Joseph Holland and his wife Amber, Sally Holland, Jonathan Holland and his wife April, David Holland and his wife Ruth, Kayleen Holland, Eric Dallof, Richard Dallof Jr., Glen Ingham and his wife Brittany, Arianna Weaver and her husband Kyle, Jacob Ingham, Macie Lieberman and her husband Jeff, Brooke and Christie Guthrie; great grandchildren, Benjamin, Lucy, Emma, Daniel, Gabriel, Clark and Elijah Holland, Erik and Jaxon Ingham and Barron Weaver. He is preceded in death by his wife, Donna Joy Dallof; son, Robert Dallof and grandson, Bryan Ingham.
Family will receive friends from 6 pm to 9 pm, Friday, January 17, 2020 at Shannon Rufe Snow Funeral Home, 6001 Rufe Snow Drive, Fort Worth, Texas 76148. Viewing prior to funeral service from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm, Saturday, January 18, 2020 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 300 Ridgecrest Drive, Saginaw, Texas 76179. Funeral Service will begin at 2 pm, Saturday, January 18, 2020 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 300 Ridgecrest Drive, Saginaw, Texas 76179. Military Honors Graveside Service to follow immediately after the funeral service at Saginaw Cemetery.
- Visitation Friday, 17 January , 2020
- Visitation Saturday, 18 January , 2020
- Funeral Service Saturday, 18 January , 2020
- Military Honors Graveside Service Saturday, 18 January , 2020
Herman K. Dallof
17 February 2020
Dear Rosanne and Family,
My deepest condolences on the physical loss of your Father. May God provide your strength and loving care.
17 January 2020
How amazing! As I read through some of the other memories I learn something new about a man I have had the pleasure of providing care for a few years. BISHOP? He never mentioned a title.
I had the opportunity to experience his gentle spirit on a regular basics.
I truly miss him.
17 January 2020
Ronnie and I met Bishop Dallof in 1978 after we had joined the church in 1976. He was Ronnie's mother's bishop, Billie Smith Cockerham. We would see him at times at the market at University Ave and 199 in the summer. He was such a kind, loving man. I will always have such fond memories of him. I am so very sorry for the loss of this sweet spirit in this world. He will be missed. Linda
17 January 2020
I feel like I grew up in the Dallof household and have so many fond memories from being there.
I laugh everytime I think about how we had to open our mouths when we prayed (because inevitably, someone always seemed to eat something before prayers were said) and this was a way of blessing our food.
I have caught myself telling my children and grandchildren to open their mouths when we pray because they too have eaten. And truth be known, I STILL do this myself. All because something I learned at the Dallofs.
15 January 2020
Bishop Bud Dallof was the first Bishop of the Saginaw ward and was instrumental in getting that chapel built. I was proud to know Bud as he not only influenced me and many, many more over the years. I love his whole family and he will be missed but moving on in our Fathers plan for each of us.
14 January 2020
A great man that showed me kindness, love, appreciation and sometimes a firm and needed hand to guide the way.