OBITUARY

Deloris Annie Fitz

July 19, 1937March 3, 2019

Deloris Annie Fitz was born on July 19, 1937, in Yantis, Texas, and passed away on March 3, 2019, at the age of 81. Most of her family called her Fritz a nickname given to her as a child. During the last years of her life she lived with her son Randy and daughter in law Lisa in Kingwood, Texas. Later on she moved to Fall Creek Rehab Center in Kingwood. Deloris is preceded in death by her parents, AJ and Almeta Campbell, sisters Helen Underwood and Wanda Watson. She is survived by her loving sons Randy Fitz, his wife Lisa of Kingwood, Texas, Breack Fitz and his wife Dawn of Garland, Texas. Two adoring grand-daughters Kaitlyn Tice and her husband Bradley of Baytown, Texas, and Lindsey Fitz of Kingwood, Texas, and great grand-son Brantley Tice. She is also survived by her sister Anita Doughty and her husband James of Forney, Texas. Sharon Kinard, her best friend of over 50 years, who was more like a sister to Deloris than just a friend. Doris Starnes who was also more like a sister than a cousin. Numerous nieces, nephews and cousins that she adored. And many close friends Deloris stayed in contact with for as long as she could. The last couple of years she wasn’t able to communicate with them as much but they were always on her mind and she asked about them often. Deloris had such an unwavering and deep love for her family and friends. She was a devote Christian with a great love for her Lord and Savior. Deloris worked in the Financial Industry for 35 years. She served on the Board of Directors of Dallas Securities Dealers for 11 years. Deloris retired from Southwest Securities in August, 1999. Deloris was a member of First Baptist Church of Garland. She worked with the singles group and helped with Divorce Recovery for several years at Lakeside Baptist Church. She also worked with the Dallas County Republican Party election committee. While living in two Senior Centers Deloris took pride in helping people, especially those with Alzheimer's. In Lieu of flowers, Memorial donations may be made in her name to the “American Heart Association” P.O. Box 841125 , Dallas, TX 75284-1125 or online at donatenow.heart.org

Services

  • Funeral Service Monday, March 11, 2019
  • Reception Monday, March 11, 2019
  • Interment Monday, March 11, 2019
REMEMBERING

Deloris Annie Fitz

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Saundra Chreene

March 9, 2019

I met my dear friend, Deloris, in the 1980’s while we worked together. We became fast friends and shared many laughs and fun times: Girls Night Out dinners, holding garage sales, girls trips, playing cards and a cruise. I truly missed her after she moved to Kingwood. I’ll never forget the day that my phone rang and the Caller ID said Deloris Fitz. I was shocked to hear from her. She said she was looking for her cousin’s number and saw my name and decided to call me. I’m so grateful that she did. She was having a good day. Now, all of her days are good.

todd nichols

March 9, 2019

Fritz was my second mom for many years. I spent many a day and night with BREACK and Randy . She was a very intelligent and strong woman and not just because she had to raise those two hoodlums. I will miss her and will,and have,missed her skillet fried potatoes and onions. Best I’ve ever had. God bless you and bless the whole Fritz family. Todd and Kelly Nichols.

nell watkins

March 8, 2019

Deloris and I first met when we both lived at Montclair Estates and instantly became friends. She and I had a lot in common, and we had such good times together whether it was trips to Tunica and Shreveport, or just going to Applebee's for our favorite French onion soup. We joined First Baptist Church at the same time and enjoyed our Covenant Sunday School Class. We were unable to continue our adventures together the last couple of years, but stayed in contact by phone and cards. My children and grandchildren loved her as well. I will miss you my buddy and will treasure the memories. Love & Hugs - Nell.

Jenna Muniz

March 7, 2019

My aunt Fritzy, you were so special to me. You gave me words of wisdom as I went through high school playing basketball and on to college. Next to Mimi you were my greatest supporter. Front row at my basketball games and buying me my first car when I was 18. You treated me like your own grand daughter and although I didn't get to say good bye to you, I hope you know you will always have a special place in my heart. Please give Mimi, Papa and my mom big hugs and kisses. I love you Fritzy.

Anita Doughty

March 7, 2019

I will miss you everyday. There was such an age difference between us. I remember the way you, Helen and Wanda took care of me when I was little. By the time I was 8 years old you were all married and gone. It wasn't until many years later that we became close again. And I am very grateful for that.

The times when you and Helen would go to Russell Stover and then come by our house with a trunk full of chocolate. And when we would take you and Helen to Four Winds Steakhouse, what fun. And the time the three of us went to Shreveport to the casinos for the weekend.

The cruise you and I went on. We couldn't talk Helen into going with us. We had a blast. It was over Halloween and we dressed up. You were a princess and I was a witch (you thought our costumes were spot on). You won like crazy in the ships casino and I kept spending your winnings in the slots. We had so much fun.

I loved it when Jim would pick you up on Fridays and you would spend the weekend with us. We would spend hours talking and "Eating". Especially you and Jim, you would talk endlessly.

And all the dinners and parties at Suzanne & Bart's house. You always loved his barbecue.

Your biggest pride and joy were Randy & Breack. And your sunshine was Kaitlyn & Lindsey. Then God gave you a bright star with a great grand child, Brantley.

I have so many memories to hang on to and I am grateful for that. I will always remember the way you ended our phone calls with "I love you darling".

Give mom and dad, Wanda, Helen & Ed a big hug for me.

Love you too.
Corkey

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FROM THE FAMILY