OBITUARY

Mike and Pam Rhame

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Michael Kevin Rhame, 62 of Trophy Club passed away on April 23, 2021. He was born on July 22, 1958 in Beaumont, TX.

He received a degree in broadcasting form Amarillo College. He worked as a DJ for the college radio station. Mike married Pam Franzak on May 22, 1994. He had a passion for golf and music.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Tera and Ray Rhame, cousin, Frank Calvert and nephews, Tate Lindsey and Jamie Grzybowski.

Cherishing his memory are his wife of almost 27 years, Pam Rhame, children, Kendra Blodgett and Jacob; grandson, Jace Guerra; siblings, Cathy Gallagher and husband Jim and brother Chuck Rhame; in-laws, Rene Blaquiere, Shawn Grzybowski, Shelly Franzak, Wendy and Tate Lindsey and many nieces and nephews.

A Celebration of Mike's Life will be held at 11:00am, Saturday, May 1, 2021 at Foust and Son Funeral Home.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Community Healthcare of Texas

https://www.chot.org

If you wish to send floral condolences in honor of Mike you may call Lilium Floral Design at 817-589-1566 or http://www.liliumflorals.com

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John & Nancy Doshier

April 29, 2021

Every once in awhile, one meets a genuine soul that has character and a spirit that you can't forget and don't want to.

Nancy & I can attest that Mike was a good neighbor and hard and loyal worker, as well as a loving husband to Pam, his wife and family, with neighborhood ties around him.

And yes, he was the King of corny jokes.

But he wasn't kidding when we had conversations about Jesus. He was a true believer of God's grace and I know he is reaping his rewards, which takes the sting out of his death for me.

Mike, ole buddy, We will meet up with you later on.

John & Nancy

Brian Crossett

April 29, 2021


We will all remember him for the great sense of humor and all around good nature and I have some great memories of time spent. We used to have spirited but respectful philosophical discussions. He being raised in the church and me being the agnostic/godless heathen... sometimes it was a point/counterpoint situation.... it was during one of those about a month after I'd lost my dad and my grief finally showed up that I finally broke. The kindness and compassion he showed me will not be forgotten. He was a truly pure spirit and a wonderful man

Pamela Rambo Sexton

April 29, 2021

As a friend of his daughter, Mike always opened his home, and especially his backyard, to me, my husband and kids and always treated us like we were family too. He was an outstanding and faithful servant of the Lord and wonderful example of what a husband, father, grandfather and friend really is! And oh... his (corny) jokes! I know his legacy lives on in all those he invested his time and love in, but I’ll miss him still (and his corny jokes.) Thank you Mike.

Patricia Ehrler

April 29, 2021

All the photos brings back so many memories. The first time I met Mike it was 1982-3 and he and Russ had driven a truck full of music and books to the Austin Hastings. Easy going and his corny stories and jokes I remember best. We did have some fun:) love you Mike and I will miss you. My love to Pam and prayers for the family.

Shelby Mench

April 27, 2021

Pam,

Although I did not know your husband, you have been incredibly kind, graceful, and thoughtful in all of our interactions. I hope you find comfort and peace. You are fiercely loved and supported, please let me know if there is anything I can assist with in this difficult time, you and your family are in my thoughts.

- Shelby Mench

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