You may not know the name Mary Anne Cree, but you know Mary Anne Cree. You’ve seen her (and her family’s) touches on the culture and lives of Dallas for years, in the Texas Discovery Gardens Butterfly House, Rosine Hall at the Dallas Arboretum, Santiago Calatrava’s Wave perched at the main entrance of SMU, and countless other ways.
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A respiratory therapist who colleagues said will always be remembered for her compassion was honored with a tree-planting ceremony Friday at Medical City Dallas.
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Thomas Christopher Tansil passed away on July 4, 2021, in the company of his wife and friends.Read more
Fredna Anne Stewart, (Fredna) 85, died peacefully at her home on Sunday, May 30, 2021. She was born November 1,Read more
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When legendary radio personality Ron Chapman retired from full-time work on the airwaves in 2005, it didn’t take much to get everyone to tell their favorite story about the Radio Hall of Famer.
Chapman died Monday at age 85.
Longtime Dallas media figure Jocelyn White died April 18 at the age of 68.Read more
William Patterson Manning was born September 29, 1959, in Dallas, Texas, to Robert L. and Mary Jean Manning. Beloved husband,Read more
The Highland Park ISD community is mourning beloved educator Linda Raya, known affectionately as “mama drama.”Read more
Allison Alexander Thorne was born in Dallas on February 23, 1947, to Johnetta and Walter Alexander. She was loved byRead more
Kirby Hardy Smith, 60, of Dallas, TX, died March 5, 2021, in a tragic skiing accident in Big Sky, MT.Read more