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James “Wade” Ramsey

FORT WORTH — James “Wade” Ramsey passed away Friday, June 3, 2016 at the age of 51.
Celebration of life: 11 a.m. Saturday, June 18, 2016 at Brown Owens & Brumley’s Joe B. Brown Memorial Chapel.
Wade was born Sept. 8, 1964 in Fayetteville, Arkansas to James and Betty Ramsey. Wade will be deeply missed by all, and will remain in our hearts forever.
Survivors: Wife of 24 years, Linda Marshall; son, Wyatt Ramsey; daughter, Gracie Ramsey; step-son, John Keenan; step-son, Wesley Keenan; father, James Ramsey; brothers, Jason Ramsey and Wilson Jones; numerous other family members; and many friends.

BROWN, OWENS & BRUMLEY
Family Funeral Home & Crematory
425 S. Henderson, 817-335-4557

Condolence Messages

  1. Robin (Ramsey) Maples :

    Dearest Wade,
    I keep picking up my phone to call & check on you…to see how you’re doing. I know now, with all certainty, that you are walking on streets of gold singing Amazing Grace~how sweet the sound! I am now confident you are no longer in so much pain and struggling to leave those you love behind. I am assured we will all be together again one glorious day but until then, I’ll keep holding your hand, never letting go, just like you asked me to.
    We all love & miss you,
    Robin

  2. Randi Holshouser :

    Brother- man ~
    There is simply not enough room on this page for all the things that come to mind as I sit here thinking about you. To love you is to experience emotions so extreme it could at times rival the best roller coaster this world has to offer. You could piss off (pardon my French) a saint …. but YOU also have a way of loving that somehow makes it ok, winks.

    You have and effect on every one you come in contact with. Thank you for being you and loving us the way only you can. You know God always sends the least likely of person to do His good works and I witnessed Him using you in just that way. Over and over again. Riding in (much like the Calvary) just in the nick of time. You were a teacher of sorts. Showing us how to do the difficult but right thing and then sometimes ….. not so much. To use your own words you could be the best example of what NOT to do.

    Love you very much. I hate the circumstances that brought it about but treasure the closeness we shared and the YOU I have come to know. You have all the Salt Flat speed records beat by now, where you are. You are still gonna teach me to ride but I guess you will have to teach me to ride in the clouds. This world will not be the same with out you in it and I would be willing to bet Heaven will NEVER be the same since your arrival. Those poor souls never knew what hit em, lol.

    Until then, Brother man ~

  3. Linda, Gracie, Wyatt,

    I am so sorry for your loss. Wade was a good man, father and friend. He will be sorely missed. I remember he always used to say i am James Wade Ramsey the 1st the one and only. He loved life and his family and friends. We love you guys. Ya’ll are in are prayers daily! Gods speed Wade the 1st! See you on the other side.

  4. Wade ive known u since I’ve been 17ish. I got my first dog from you. Half pit, half rottie. Was ur female rottie and Jake. Best dog I’ve ever had. I went to school with Jason. Grew up with him. Loved u both. I know you won’t see this, but got to see Jason last year. Rip brother

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