August 21, 1973 – July 17, 2020
Christopher LaTee BLANTON, known affectionately to all as “Biscuit”, died at the age of 46 at his home in Fort Worth on Friday, July 17th, 2020. Biscuit’s wish was to not be alone during his final moments, as such he was surrounded by a host of family and friends on the day, he was called home to be with his mother, sister and brother.
Biscuit was born August 21, 1973, in Fort Worth Texas, to the parentage of Lana Mae Allen and Billy Allen and he grew up on the East Side of Fort Worth on Crenshaw Street.
He received his formal education through the Fort Worth Independent School District at Dunbar High School.
He was a friend to all who knew him, always peaceful, spontaneous and he loved to travel. He found pleasure in attending outside cookouts whenever possible, with a drink in hand, surrounded by friends.
The song “Everyday I’m Hustling” is an example of his drive. He was a true Hustler and entrepreneur, which led him to start his traveling food stand, “Big B’s Burger” on the East Side.
Biscuit was preceded in death by his sister Allison Lynette Blanton, Mother Lana Allen, brother Lee Blanton, grand-parents Ruby Lee Blanton and Arthur Lee Blanton.
Biscuit leaves to cherish his loving memories, his only son Christopher “ManMan” Blanton; father, Billy Allen; Aunts Lillian “Jean” Long, Patsy Miller and Elaine Hunt of Fort Worth; two granddaughters Chrislynn and Cherish; two nieces, one nephew and host of other family and friends.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.gwspencerdirs.net for the BLANTON family.
Friday, July 31, 2020
Celebration of Life
Saturday, August 1, 2020
Grady Walker Jr.
July 31, 2020
My father once told me that I had a cousin who made some good hamburgers. May God bless him. my condolences to the immediate family on behalf of my father, family and friends.
July 31, 2020
I will always remember Biscuit's kind, sweet, loving nature. Always a kind word, a loving hug and a sweet smile whenever I saw him. Rest in Peace little cousin, you will be missed. God's love and blessings. 🙏🏾💖🙏🏾
July 30, 2020
Biscuit was always Biscuit. No change up. No switch up. Although our interactions over the past few years may have been rare and few, the love was always there. My condolences to the family and all those who loved him. R.I.P. My Dude. Love You Forever.