OBITUARY

Phyllis Ann Hoots

November 9, 1945January 27, 2019
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Phyllis Ann Hoots, 73, born November 9, 1945 in Galveston, Texas, passed away on January 27, 2019 in Fort Worth, Texas. A Memorial Service will be held on Monday, February 4, 2019 at 1:00p.m. at Shannon Rufe Snow Funeral Chapel, 6001 Rufe Snow Dr., Fort Worth, TX. Phyllis was lovingly known as Ann to her family and friends. She was born to parents, Odis and Mandy Hoots and was one of three children. She moved with her family to Fort Worth and considered herself a native. Her pride and joy were her children and grandchildren. She enjoyed spending time with her family and always had a passion for gardening. She was a long time employee of Waffle House, where she considered her co-workers her family. She was always supportive and had a special bond with those she worked with and her customers. Ann was a caregiver, always giving of her time to care for others and help those in need. Beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend will be dearly missed. She is preceded in death by her parents, and brother and sister. She is survived by her children, Jimmy Carney, Jessy Carney, Miriam Carney Santoro, and Jonathan Carney; grandchildren, Jimmy Carney, Joshua Carney, Jami Carney, Devret Santoro, Vinnie Santoro, Mia Santoro, Brayden Carney, Kealen Carney, Teagan Carney, and a great-granddaughter, Tatum Ragon.

  • FAMILY

  • Odis Hoots, Father
  • Mandy Hoots, Mother
  • Jimmy Carney, Son
  • Jessy Carney, Son
  • Miriam Carney Santoro, Daughter
  • Jonathan Carney, Son
  • Jimmy Carney, Grandchild
  • Joshua Carney, Grandchild
  • Jami Carney, Grandchild
  • Devret Santoro, Grandchild
  • Vinnie Santoro, Grandchild
  • Mia Santoro, Grandchild
  • Brayden Carney, Grandchild
  • Kealen Carney, Grandchild
  • Teagan Carney, Grandchild
  • Tatum Ragon, Great Grandchild
  • and also precedent in death by a brother and a sister.

Services

  • Memorial Service Monday, February 4, 2019
REMEMBERING

Phyllis Ann Hoots

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Shannon Fultz

February 1, 2019

The first memory that ran through my mind after finding out about Ann's passing was how comfortable and welcome she made me and my family feel in her home always offering food,or drink or to sit at her table and just talk. I will never forget her family picture wall that she loved to show off when the kids were little and adding my son and great nephew to it to make them feel apart of it. Ann or nan as I remember her was a strong woman and happy sole, My heart goes out to her family.,may peace be with you all.

Shannon Wright

January 31, 2019

Miss Ann was a rarity in the restaurant industry! I was hard pressed to find someone who worked harder and more diligently than her! She gave so much of herself to Waffle House in helping all those who asked. I recall so many times she was there to help me - even trekking all the way to my restaurants in Dallas when I needed help. You saw her laughing and smiling almost always and she took care of customers and co-workers like family! She lived the ideals of great customer service! The void she leaves will not be easily filled, and I can only pray that someone will grow into some of the space she left behind. Her big heart and personality will be so greatly missed!

Much love to her family and friends left behind!
Sincerely,
Shannon
(Former WH Manager)

Jacqualine Menefee

January 30, 2019

I met Miss Ann at the Waffle House along time ago. She was a very sweet lady and she loved her job and she was just a nice people person. Praying for the family. How will not put no more than you can bear. Look to the hills for which cometh your help

Devret Santoro

January 30, 2019

I will never forget you Nanny. So many memories have been flooding my brain the last few days. But I can’t stop staring at this picture. Who would have known 15 or so years later I would give you your first great grand baby. Watching you with Tatum always warmed my heart and she loved her nanny as well. We will miss you so much. I love you always and forever ❤️

Jimmy Carney

January 29, 2019

Just a little thing that I think is perfect. It goes: A little Girl looked up at her Dad and said "Why does God always take the best people?" Her Dad replied "When you choose to pick Flowers in the garden, which do you pick first?" "The most beautiful ones of course. " She replied. "Exactly." He said. I think this is beautiful and so true. God picks the most beautiful and the best people to be his Angels. All Mothers are beautiful in the eyes of their Children.




Miriam Santoro

January 28, 2019

My momma, such a beautiful soul, I will miss you forever. I love you, I remember our last hug and I kissed your cheek so hard! If I would have know then I would have never let you go. I pray your at peace and not just my mom any more but my angel! I love you Miriam

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Beautiful, she was so stunning, that red hair and blue eyes

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