Jennifer Faltys’s Story
Jennifer Lynne Faltys, 47, loving wife, mother and daughter, passed away peacefully at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center in Grapevine during the early morning hours of Monday, January 7, 2019. Jen was an inspiration to so many people, but especially to those fighting cancer. She endured treatments and procedures with an amazing strength and resiliency, often cheering others up and giving them a dose of her personal life coaching or advice.
All donations given in memory of Jennifer will go to the Faltys Education/ Scholarship Fund
Mason Briese’s Story
Mason’s family wanted to give back to those that supported them throughout the years of his precious life. His name and legacy will live on through generosity and support. The family is so grateful to be able to give back and honor his life.
Memorial Fund in Mason’s name to benefit his family and the health care providers and charities that have helped them throughout his life.
John J. Brown III’s Story
John J. Brown III, passed away peacefully at home the morning of November 9, 2017, at the age of 39 years old. In addition to Jennifer, John’s wife of 9 years, he is survived by three sons, John (‘Johnny’), Joseph (‘Joey’), and James (‘Jimmy’), ages 7, 5, and 3. He is also survived by his father, John (Cheryl) Brown Jr., mother, Sandy Sumner, as well as siblings and countless friends from all stages of life. John was preceded in death by grandparents and other relatives. A devoted husband and father, John’s presence in his boys’ lives is what filled his every day to the very end.
John J. Brown III passed away and is survived by his wife, Jennifer, and three sons, Johnny, Joey, and Jimmy, ages 7, 5, and 3. This fund has been created for the education and well being of their children.
Grace M. Alegre’s Story
Grace was well known in her community for helping others. This fundraiser allowed her family and friends to give her the beautiful celebration and dignity she deserved. Support from the community provided a healing experience and comfort.
Memorial Fund for Grace Malinag Alegre
Jacob Dane Minor’s Story
A Legend that will never be forgotten. Jacob Dane Minor joined the lord on March 6th, 2017. Jake was a Beta Theta Pi at the University of Alabama and was loved dearly by many. He was on track to getting a degree in Communications, in pursuit of his father’s footsteps, who Jake considered his hero. What made Jake so special was his boundless energy, his charismatic attitude, and his contagious compassion that left a smile on anyone’s face. He was deliberate with his actions and made every precious moment memorable for both himself and onlookers. Through his inspiring outlook and personality, Jake left behind unforgettable memories and lessons that will forever impact everyone who knew him.
The family kindly asks that donations be made to the American Heart Association through the Jacob Dane Minor Memorial Fund.