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Henry Brantlin Angus

Fort Worth ~ Henry Brantlin Angus, 89, a retired corporate attorney for General Dynamics and Bell Helicopter, family man and U.S. Army Veteran went to be with our Lord Monday, October 14, 2019 in Fort Worth, Texas.

Graveside Service is 2:00 p.m. Monday, October 21, 2019 DFW National Cemetery in Dallas, TX. Family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m. Sunday, October 20, 2019 at Hawkins Family Funeral Home Chapel – Fort Worth.

Henry was born on December 8, 1929, to Henry Dane Angus and Mary (Faust) Angus in Memphis, Tennessee. He was a very loving and caring person, who cared very much for his family. He enjoyed playing bridge and watching his local favorite sports teams; Cowboys and Rangers. and was a man of precision and well organized in all he did from work to home. He worked hard and cared for his family to provide for them. He was a simple man who enjoyed his time with family and playing tennis with his friends. He was a corporate attorney for Bell Helicopter and General Dynamics which is where he retired from after decades of work.

He was preceded in death by his parents Henry & Mary Angus.

Those left to cherish his memory are his son Dane Angus and wife Angell of Lewisville, TX; his daughter Lesyln Montgomery and husband Jonathan Arnold of Leesburg, Virginia; his daughter Jennifer Angus Miner of New Smyrna Beach, Florida; his son Will Angus and wife Kelly of Haslet; his Grandchildren: Ashley Darweesh, Stephen Angus, Lauren Puckette, Chris Montgomery, Tara Vavrik, Hannah Miner, Harrison Miner, Jack Angus, Noah Angus and Luke Angus; his Great Grand Children: Paisley Darweesh, Oakley Darweesh, Sawyer Angus, Beckham Angus, McKinley Puckette and Harrison Puckette. Along with a host of family and friends.

In lieu of flowers the family has requested for donations to made to 22 Kill Charity an organization helping Veterans. www.22kill.com

Hawkins Family Funeral Home

2711 Jacksboro Highway

Fort Worth, Texas 76114



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