OBITUARY

James Ray Carson

July 29, 1933June 5, 2019

James Ray Carson of Fort Worth passed away Wednesday, June 5, 2019. He was born in Crowley, July 29, 1933 to Ernest Ray and Odella Clara Carson. James loved his family and could be counted on anytime there was a need. He was a military minded man. James proudly served our country in the United States Air Force for over 20 years. While serving in Vietnam, working in security he was gifted a German shepherd that sparked a love for this type of dog. He raised many more through his lifetime. James was preceded in death by his parents, brothers; Billy and Dorman Carson and a sister, Beatrice Carson. Those left to cherish his memory are wife of 34 years, Thelma Joyce Carson; children, Vicki, Lisa and Michael Carson, Billy and Debbie Stewart, Joye and Michael Enwright, Lana and Tim Allen, and Delores and Danny Jeffries; brother, Robert Carson; 12 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Memorial contributions in James’ honor can be made to Tarrant County Meals on Wheels or the Alzheimer's Association.

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, June 9, 2019
  • Graveside Service Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Memories

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Katherine Cunningham

June 8, 2019

James, may you rest in God’s loving care and rejoice with your loved ones that went before you. You will truly be missed by your family and those who loved and knew you. It is my honor to have the privilege to have known you in this life. Your kindness and caring to others was far reaching. Joey and Mike, Debbie and Billy, Lana and Tim, Danny and Delores and Thelma, may God comfort you all in this time of sorrow. James was one of a kind.

Joye Enwright

June 7, 2019

I am honored to have James as my step father for 34 years.
He was a very kind, caring and decent. His heart was bigger than Texas.
There is a very special place in heaven for James.
RIP James
Til we meet again.💜

Lisa Carson

June 7, 2019

Daddy,
I Love and miss you so much. I loved to always make you laugh and get a smile on your face. It gave me peace and courage to see you smile even on days I knew you were just putting on a brave face to make others not worry. Your strength, courage and protective nature of others before yourself reminded us you were definitely a soldier. You reminded me to have a sense of humor, even in the worst of times. I wish I was there to hold your hand and kiss your cheek and to tell ypu just how much I love you. You know I would have been if not for unimaginable circumstances . Rest in peace knowing you are in a much better place. I love you Daddy. (Soldier)

Laura Crawford

June 6, 2019

He was such a wonderful, loving and good hearted uncle. I'll miss his smile, his humor, and the sound of his voice. As a little girl I was always frightened by his military voice, but grew to have such admiration and the utmost respect for him. His bravery, love, wise wisdom, and those caring, watchful eyes of his is what I will always remember the most. May he rest in peace and rejoice with his momma, sister, brothers, and nephews.

Vicki Carson

June 6, 2019

Daddy rest in peace. All of my love. Your daughter Vicki Carson.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY