John Thomas Carson
Jan. 11, 1916 - Dec. 15, 2005


John T. Carson, 89, passed away Thursday, Dec. 15, 2005.
Mass of Christian Burial: 1 p.m. Monday at St. Andrew Catholic Church. Burial: Mount Olivet Cemetery. Rosary: 5 p.m. Sunday in Mount Olivet Chapel.

Memorials: In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Discalced Carmelite Nuns, Arlington.

John was born Jan. 11, 1916, in Ennis to John and Margaret Carson. He served in the Service Company 353rd Infantry Regiment, U.S. Army, during World War II. He was also a member of the General Worth Assembly 4th Degree, Knights of Columbus. He retired from General Dynamics and Texas American Bank. He was preceded in death by his parents; and brothers and sisters, James M. Carson, Agnes Horton, Owen Carson, R.L. Carson, Lucille Matthews and W.E. Carson.

Survivors: Sisters, Sarah E. Hyman and Marguerite Ann Carson, both of Fort Worth; and numerous nieces, nephews and dear friends.

Published in the Star-Telegram from 12/17/2005 - 12/18/2005 (Click Here).
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January 7, 2006
Remembering the beloved Uncle Johnny. Being so excited on his visits to Grandma and Grandpa Hyman's house. To feel his love and affection and to return his with the same. He and G-Grandma Carson always saved me popsicle sticks, so I could use them in crafts when I was a young boy, I'll never forget. It made my heart so alive to sit in his lap and talk with him. God bless him and I look forward to seeing him again. I love you Great Uncle.
Michael Hyman Jr. (Bedford, TX )

December 19, 2005
I remember the road trip we took to El Paso, Texas. He slept out on the picnic table, at a roadside stop.
Wesley Carson (Springtown, TX )

December 18, 2005
I worked four years with John at General Dynamics and really enjoyed that frienship. I know that he deeply loved his family.

Enoch Bond
Enoch Bond (Saginaw, TX )

December 17, 2005
James Michael Carson
Went on trip to Washington D.C when I was eleven years old and it was my first long trip from home.
James Carson (Fort Worth, TX )

December 17, 2005
My most precious and long lasting memory is when Uncle Johnny escorted me down the aisle at St. Mary's Church, when I married Richard over 40 years ago
Elizabeth Ann Nickell (Covington, TX )

December 17, 2005
Bossie Reynolds (Fort Worth, TX )

December 17, 2005
Mary Charlotte Hyman Kuykendall, one of Uncle Johnnie's little buttermilk drinkers.
Mary Kuykendall (Fort Worth, TX )

December 17, 2005
I have wonderful memories of: Great Saturday mornings with Uncle Johnny, doing service work, having chocolate malts and hamburgers at the Dairy Queen when we were done.
Adventures on the farm, milking cows at 4:30am, building fences. Learning to drive in his pickup truck
Michael Hyman, Sr (Augusta, GA )

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