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Laurel Land Funeral Home & Memorial Park

7100 Crowley RD, Fort Worth, TX

OBITUARY

Jo Carolyn Dyer

December 15, 1939July 27, 2020
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Jo Carolyn Dyer, 80 of Everman, passed away on Monday, July 27, 2020 with her family by her side.

Jo was born to the late Jeff and Velma Lawrence and raised in Eldorado, Oklahoma. She was married to the love of her life, Jeff Dyer for 57 years. They raised two children together, John and Jana. They resided in Everman for 52 years serving their community, neighbors, church, and schools.

She is proceeded in death by her parents and brother Donald Lawrence. Jo is survived by her husband, Jeff and by her children John Dyer of Everman and Jana Jackson and son in law James Jackson of Burleson. She is also survived by her sister Mary Radford of Wichita Falls, five grandchildren: Lauren, Hannah, Sara, Jordan, and Jacob and three great-grandchildren.

Her sweet spirit led her compassionate, kind, and selfless need to help others. She was a Christian and had a toughness and tireless disposition. She was a soft spoken beautiful lady that spoke less and acted often. Her love and friendship was seen in abundance in her works and actions.

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, July 31, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, August 1, 2020

Memories

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Jackie Lee-Crockett

July 31, 2020

My Condolences to the family. My prayers will be continued for your strength and comfort.

Melissa Kearney

July 31, 2020

Jo was always at every game for the boys no matter the steps we had to take in some stands or the weather we all endured. She always had a smile and offered my family to join theirs around them with open arms. Although some of us were louder than she at times, I remember some of the stern looks she gave on calls we may have deemed bad ones. She was a fierce family supporter. She will be missed by many. God has called a true Angel family warrior home.

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Anita Stermer

July 30, 2020

Jo was my sweet cousin who will be missed.

Kimberlee Moore

July 30, 2020

Jo and Jeff opened their home to all of us ragamuffin teens growing up! We watched movies, ate pizza, wrestled, laughed and played games. They (she) put up with A LOT! Jo led by example through perseverance, patience and ever present kindness. I’m grateful for the memories we shared. Love y’all, Dyer/Jackson family.❤️

Tim Blythe

July 30, 2020

Jeff, John, Jana and family - Jo ( mom ) was one of the most sweetest and genuine people I have ever met. A total selfless and caring person who always made time to talk and ask you how things were going as well as ask about family, etc. The Dyer house was always open and there are so many memories from that home. Both Jeff and Jo were "mom and dad" to many and I know they certainly helped shape, mold and guide me into being a better person during those awkward and trying teenage years. Having a healthy and positive place to hang out and drink Dr. Pepper and play foosball and wrestle with dad ( who even today would still be able to win ) are some moments I will always cherish. Continued prayers for the immediate and upcoming future as your family continues on without a most special soul. Mom is at peace now and no more aches and pains. This world and certainly my portion is better today because of knowing such a wonderful person. Hugs - Tim

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