Ricky Wayne Spencer

September 21, 1959 - April 4, 2022
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3470 North Lipan Drive
Granbury, Texas 76048
Saturday 5/14

Ricky Wayne Spencer was born on 9/21/1959 and passed away on Monday, 4/4/2022 in Granbury, Texas.   Memorial services celebrating his life will be held at the Triple Cross Cowboy Church, 3470 Lipan Highway, in Granbury, Texas 76048, at 2 P.M., on Saturday, May 14, 2022.   Growing up Rick enjoyed the outdoors and madeContinue Reading

Jarod Overcash left a message on May 5, 2022:
I have a lot of good memories with you but the one that comes to mind is when we went fishing at the honey hole over off 35. I remember we were catching quite a few fish that day. I happened to glance over at you when you set the hook on a fish. Never saw to fighting the fish just you laughing. Rick what’s so funny? Well I think when I got the bite don’t think the fish even had the hook in its mouth. Set the hook so hard the fish came flying out of the water and hit him square in the chest!! Lol I hope you are up in the outskirts of heaven fishing hunting and catching you some bulls frogs!! Love you buddy. P.S it is starting to bother me that Tamra kid starting to catch more fish than me when we go out!!! LOL she has it in her blood
Sherri Spencer left a message on April 29, 2022:
We were married almost 37 years, 05/02/1986, he was my forever! I love you Rick!
Tamra Overcash left a message on April 18, 2022:
Dad, I’ll always think of you when fishing and doing all the things we did outside. Our memories are forever. Family farm days, broken bow lake, the Nacona lake house… I know you’ll always be around. I sure do love you!
Linda Smith left a message on April 15, 2022:
Where does one start with so many memories we keep close to our hearts. I shall keep you in your youth. With a tender heart and a gentle soul. You had no need for riches or gold, just give you a fishing pole. You’ll never be far as you were a man of nature. You loved far off ponds and babbling Brooke’s full of frogs and fish! I know your greatest love was for our beautiful daughters, Kirsten and Tamra. We will share stories of what a gentle man you are. What a gifted carpenter you became, your love of nature and family, the joy of boot shooting, and your funny little laugh with our grandchildren. I promise to continue to take good care of our children. Be at peace fishing with your loved ones.
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