Christ United Methodist Church
Christ United Methodist Church

Joys and Concerns – July 19

Posted on: July 19th, 2017

For confidentiality, some names may not be listed here. Please keep the following individuals and their families in your thoughts and prayers.

 

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS:

 

RECENT SURGERIES, PROCEDURES AND HOSPITALIZATIONS:

Mary Ann Reder

Bailey West

 

IN SYMPATHY:

Church member Rick Neville, husband of Felicia Neville

 

UPCOMING FUNERAL / MEMORIAL SERVICES

Memorial Service for Rick Neville, 11am July 21 in our Sanctuary.

 

OBITUARIES (with permission from families)

Ricky M. Neville, born on August 15, 1958, in Pecos, TX, passed away on July 15, 2017, in Plano, TX, at the age of 58. Ricky grew up in Dallas and was raised with 3 brothers, Michael, Danny, and Chris and graduated from Thomas Jefferson High School. He loved his family and friends. He worked in the office furniture industry for 27 years. His interests included music, movies, and fishing. Rick loved traveling to tropical destinations. He also loved helping others and giving of himself and his blessings to those in need.  Rick loved God, his wife, his daughter, and the rest of his family immensely. His heart was not only his best characteristic but his badge of honor.

Preceded in death by his father Robert and his brother Danny.  Survived by wife Felicia, daughter Kimberly and her husband Jeff, mother Ann, granddaughter Stormi, grandson Torrin, brothers Michael and Chris, sisters-in-law Michelle and Erin, brothers-in-law Philip and wife Linda, and Frank, nieces and nephews Jeffrey and wife Amanda,  Nicholas and wife Miranda, Christina, Katrina, Cara, Brittni, Sydney, Quin, Alli, Kalynn, Kade, Aidan, Aiden, Lilliana, Landon, aunts and uncles Nancy, Don and wife Pauline, Jimmy and wife Marie, and Margaret, many beloved cousins, along with extended family and friends, who Rick treated and loved like family.

Memorial service will be held at Christ United Methodist Church (3101 Coit Road, Plano, TX 75075) on Friday, July 21st at 11:00am.  There will be a celebration immediately following at 4200 Lindbergh Drive, Addison, TX, 75001.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you consider donating to The Samaritan Inn at www.thesamaritaninn.org/donate.