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Hampton Vaughan Crestview Funeral Home & Memorial Park

1917 Archer City Hwy, Wichita Falls, TX

OBITUARY

Tommy D. Owens

November 26, 1942March 22, 2020
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Tommy D. Owens, 77, of Wichita Falls, passed away on Sunday, March 22, 2020 at his home. Funeral Services are private. Interment will be in Hampton Vaughan Crestview Memorial Park. Tommy was born on November 26, 1942 in Woodward, Oklahoma to Alfred A. and Alma Elizabeth Lancaster Owens. He was a custodian for Cunningham School for 46 years and was a member of Heritage Assembly of God Church. He enjoyed going to the Red Door, walking through the library, and loved his football, especially the Cowboys and the Sooners. He played softball on his church’s team. Tommy had a soft heart and loved everyone. He was preceded in death by his parents; a brother: Wayne Owens; and a sister: Mary Asbury. Survivors his children: David Owens and wife Carrie of Iowa Park and Brenda Delgado of Wichita Falls; sister: Barbara Camden of San Antonio; brother: Gaylon Owens of Texarkana, Texas; 7 grandchildren; and 1 great-grandchild. Online condolences may be made at hamptonvaughancrestview.com.

  • FAMILY

  • David Owens (Carrie), Son
  • Brenda Delgado, Daughter
  • Barbara Camden, Sister
  • Gaylon Owens, Brother
  • Alfred A. Owens, Father (deceased)
  • Alma Elizabeth Lancaster Owens, Mother (deceased)
  • Wayne Owens, Brother (deceased)
  • Mary Asbury, Sister (deceased)
  • He is also survived by 7 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild.

Services

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Brianna Delgado

March 26, 2020

Tommy Owen's is my grandfather and I'm his only granddaughter. I love and miss him so much. I'm going to miss going to see him and talk to him. He used to have a lot of books and he would let me go pick 1 or 2 out to take home. He encouraged me to stay in school and some days he was the only one I wanted to see. I'm going to miss him but I know he is in a better place looking down on everyone he loves.

Danny & Pat Owens

March 25, 2020

Regardless of the cares or time of the day, the circumstances, the surroundings, Tommy always wore a smile, when in our presence! We are convinced that even though he was small in stature here, he was and now is large in the Kingdom of Heaven! It was our honor and privilege to have known him and to have been his friend.

Danny & Pat

Jennifer Worley (Newby)

March 25, 2020

I taught at Cunningham for 12 years. Mr. Tommy always had the biggest smile and helped me with whatever I needed in my room. I remember one year I had an especially stubborn old pencil sharpener that he worked on diligently till it was like a new one. To see him interact with the kids would make us all smile. We all loved Mr. Tommy. He surely made the world a better place. My condolences to his family.

Crystal Kite (Cameron)

March 25, 2020

I am 40 years old and I remember Tommy from my years at Cunningham Elementary. He was the kindest man. He always had a smile for every student. He will be greatly missed but forever remembered.

Dawn Holster

March 24, 2020

Mr Tommy and Batman >> Christina Ryland his friend and care giver took this pic That next day I took this pic cause he thought that was so cool that they both saw you!
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Dawn Holster

March 24, 2020

Tommy came to my Barbershop 💈 for haircuts I always enjoyed him coming in he had a kind soul and we enjoyed talking bout the Cowboys I am also a Cowboy Fan last time he come in was in February 2020 he was with his sister and was so happy gave me a hug before he left and he was happy to be going to Hobby Lobby with his sister. My prayers and sincere condolences to his family RIP Tommy Fly High my friend this pic I have enclosed is Tommy right after I gave him a haircut

Ruth Reed

March 24, 2020

Everyone that met Tommy loved him. He always had a smile on his face. All the kids at Cunningham respected him and loved him. He is in God's presence rejoicing. ❤️🙏❤️🙏

Linda Hoagland

March 24, 2020

My sister, brother, and I attended school at Cunningham from 1966-1974, and my mother, Winona Hoagland, was the Secretary there for many years. Our family knew and loved Mr. Tommy Owens. In addition to his amazing work ethic and willingness to shine at Cunningham, we employed Tommy several times to do some intricate furniture repair at our home. He fixed a couple of recliners we honestly thought couldn't be saved. This world is surely poorer without Tommy, but we will always remember his kind heart and wonderful infectious smile.

Dee Godby

March 24, 2020

Tommy was always willing to help me. He loved my kids and loved to talk to them in sign. The world will not be the same without him

Teresa White

March 24, 2020

It is with sadness that I read of Tommy's passing. In my 26 years at Cunningham I remember his hard work and ready smile. His smile would always brighten your day and he was always willing to help when needed.

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Biography

Tommy D. Owens, 77, of Wichita Falls, passed away on Sunday, March 22, 2020 at his home.
Funeral Services are private. Interment will be in Hampton Vaughan Crestview Memorial Park.
Tommy was born on November 26, 1942 in Woodward, Oklahoma to Alfred A. and Alma Elizabeth Lancaster Owens. He was a custodian for Cunningham School for 46 years and was a member of Heritage Assembly of God Church. He enjoyed going to the Red Door, walking through the library, and loved his football, especially the Cowboys and the Sooners. He played softball on his church’s team. Tommy had a soft heart and loved everyone. He was preceded in death by his parents; a brother: Wayne Owens; and a sister: Mary Asbury.
Survivors his children: David Owens and wife Carrie of Iowa Park and Brenda Delgado of Wichita Falls; sister: Barbara Camden of San Antonio; brother: Gaylon Owens of Texarkana, Texas; 7 grandchildren; and 1 great-grandchild.
Online condolences may be made at hamptonvaughancrestview.com.