Shannon Rufe Snow Drive Funeral Chapel

6001 Rufe Snow Drive, Fort Worth, TX


James Mark Moyle

April 9, 1949March 14, 2020

James Mark Moyle, age 70, born in San Antonio, Texas passed away on March 14, 2020 in Richland Hills, Texas. He proudly served his country with the United States Air Force, and retired after 21 years of service. James is survived by his Spouse, LaNette Cardinale; Sons, Mark Moyle of Kingsland, Texas and Brian Moyle and partner, Lauren Williams, of Watauga, Texas; Daughter and Son-in-law, Nikki and Dr. Dennis Ortiz of Southlake, Texas; granddaughters, Jordan Moyle of Weatherford, Texas, Alexis Weekly of Southlake, Texas, and Farran Reynolds of Watauga, Texas; great grandson, Preslee Jones of Weatherford, Texas. Military Honors will be presented at Dallas Fort Worth National Cemetery, where James will be laid to rest at a future date.


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James Mark Moyle

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Vance Jones

April 1, 2020

So sorry for your loss. It was a privilege knowing James and he will be very much missed. I will always remember his smiling face.

Eddie McDaniel

March 30, 2020

James and I were best friends in high school. We were both in the band and had a lot good times together. One memory was going to Lubbock for James and Lanette’s wedding. James, Joe McGowan and I filled the hotel bathtub with ice and beer for the bachelor party. Wow that was wild! You were a good friend James, Rest In Peace. Lanette, we will keep you and the family in our prayers.
Eddie and Dortha McDaniel

Cynthia Dillard

March 17, 2020

I enjoyed working with James. He was a really nice man and a true gentleman. I will miss seeing his Facebook posts.

Karen Connole

March 16, 2020

Prayers for your family as you go through this time of sorrow and loss.
I worked with James years ago, he was a good man and brought some laughter to us all.
May you RIP....

Samantha Dixon

March 16, 2020

James will always be one of my favorite people. He was tough as nails and soft as a teddy bear. Loved getting to know him while working at CC4K. He will be missed.

My favorite memory was walking in to work and seeing James packing boxes for shipment, sweating buckets. When I asked if he was ok, he said, "yep, just passing a kidney stone". He was a beast!!

My apologies the the pic is sideways.

Stewart Pike

March 16, 2020

James was and always will be a Great Man. He had a Heart as big as a football field. Worked, played, respected him for 10 years. You will be missed by many Mr. Moyel

Susan Weaver

March 16, 2020

So sorry for your loss. While I did not know him personally, I have heard many great things about him over the years by Lauren, Farran and Brian. Prayers for each of you.