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Tommy Ray Wooten

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Tommy Ray Wooten

Place of birth: Carbondale, Illinois

Religious affiliation: Other

Tommy Ray Wooten, passed away February 26, 2015, we are celebrating the life that he lived. He was a man who loved his family and felt this was his greatest accomplishment. He loved to help people, and experience new things. He always tried to involve everyone no matter who the person or the skill level may have been. He always believed everyone deserves second chances. In fact he if you are will to work hard and set your life on the right path he would say, “No Matter the Past, the Future is Yours to Make.”

He believe in volunteerism, He served his country by serving in the Navy during the Cuba Missile Crisis and on the USS Roosevelt.
He served in many other areas as a civilian as while such as helping with fundraisers for those at the VFW that needed help, he helped establish the first park in Roanoke, Texas, that was originally named Fair Play park. He was one that supported those who had ambition and were willing to work hard to make a better life for their selves and used his personal testimony. He believed that a community should work together and know what is going on in their town so as part of the Cities agreement he had his own cable channel and reported all city council meetings, city events or anything that the fellow citizens should be aware of. He was a man of the people and for the people. He also worked with Amber Hagerman’s mother ,Donna Whitson, to help put an awareness video together, called Protect Our Little Ones.

Tommy was born to Raymond Hensley Wooten and Beaula Irene Levada Harris. Tommy had a half brother Robbie Wooten and a half sister Nancy Black. He was born in Carbondale, Illinois on February 02, 1945.

Tommy is survived by his two children Jasmine Sellers married to Andrew Sellers and son Dallas Wooten. He was survived by three grandchildren, granddaughter, Nicole L. Sellers and husband Derek J. Roy, grandson, Robert A. Sellers and wife Hailey E. Sellers and grandson Dakota R. Sellers. Tommy also was survived by his great granddaughter, Averie L. Roy.

To know Tommy was to be enriched by his love and generosity.

Funeral Notice Detail

Tommy will be honored this Friday at the National Cemetery in Dallas

A Memorial Service will be held at

National Cemetery

2000 Mountain Creek Parkway - Lane C

Dallas , TX 75211

On: Mar 27, 2015 — At: 11:30 AM

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