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Herrell Flynt

Herrell Byron Flynt

Wednesday, February 23rd, 1949 - Thursday, February 21st, 2019
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Arlington--Herrell Byron Flynt, of Arlington, Texas, joined his Maker and his parents on Thursday, February 21, 2019.

Celebration of Life: 2:00 pm, Monday, February 25, 2019, at St. Barnabas United Methodist Church, 5011 W. Pleasant Ridge Road, Arlington, Texas, 76016.
Memorials: In lieu of flowers, if you care to make a donation, please give to the St. Barnabas UMC Scholarship Fund or The Rainbow Network at www.rainbownetwork.org.

He was born in Brownwood, Texas, to Herrell Patterson and Mary Byron Flynt on February 23, 1949. An only child, Herrell grew up in San Angelo, Texas, and filled his days with sports, friends, and family. He attended Angelo State University and then began a long career in the oil and gas industry, which eventually took him to Houston. It was there that he met his beautiful wife, Bonnie Graves. They married in August of 1978 and moved to Arlington a year later when Herrell took a job with Bass Enterprises Production Co. It was here that they planted deep roots and built a home and a family that he adored. They had three daughters, Carrie Blue, Mollie Elizabeth, and Haddy Louise, who provided equal doses of joy, pride, love, and a dash of drama. Herrell was the ultimate father and role model, always putting his wife and kids first. He chauffeured his girls to countless practices, games, church activities, and concerts, always supporting them and celebrating their achievements. He gave sage advice but was even better at listening, always patient, strong, and comforting, even when all three girls were in the throes of teen angst.
After 31 years with Bass, Herrell enjoyed almost a decade of retirement, volunteering each week at his church, traveling to places like San Miguel de Allende, Hawaii, the Grand Canyon, and Texas Rangers Spring Training, and being Grampy to his four grandchildren. Herrell loved his family, his church, Texas Longhorn football, Orangebloods, the Ticket, yardwork, Mexican food, country music, and TX whiskey. He was deeply loved because of his giant heart, his gentle spirit, his humility, his sense of humor, and the sweet way he loved so many. This world will never be quite the same.

Herrell was preceded in death by his parents, Herrell and Mary Flynt of San Angelo, Texas.

Survivors: Herrell is survived by his loving wife of 40 years, Bonnie Graves Flynt, his three daughters, Carrie Flynt Velder and husband, Kelly; Mollie Flynt Griffiths and husband, Glenn; Haddy Flynt Manuel and husband, Edward; and grandchildren, Addison Blue Moore, Gavin Flynt Griffiths, Louise Coe Manuel, and Gloria Blue Manuel.

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  • Service

    Monday, February 25th, 2019 | 2:00pm
    When
    Monday, February 25th, 2019 2:00pm
    Location
    St. Barnabas United Methodist Church
    Address
    5011 West Pleasant Ridge Road
    ARLINGTON, TX 76016
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Allen Huckabay

Posted at 07:30pm
When I heard Harrel passed away last week, I couldn’t believe it! What a nice guy! I really enjoyed working with him at Union Texas in the late ‘70s. I always said he had the perfect personality for a Landman. He could talk the bark off a tree. My best to Bonnie and his daughters! The world lost a great gentleman!
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Sandy Mellina

Posted at 09:10am
I am saddened to learn of Harrell’s passing. I have enjoyed knowing Bonnie and Harrell as members of The City Club for many years. I shall remember him as always sweet and cheerful with a smile that never failed to warm my heart. I will miss the special treat of just seeing him. I hold Bonnie, his children and grandchildren and all those dear and fortunate enough to know him in my heart.
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Barbara

Posted at 12:53pm
My heartfelt condolences go out to the family and friends during this difficult time.i hope that the promise in 1Thessalonian.4:14.can bring comfort knowing that there is a hope for ones we have lost in death can be reassuring .
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Tyra and Les Landry

Posted at 10:58am
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We will cherish our memories of a great Man, Husband, Father and Friend. Gods Blessings
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Posted at 12:04pm
You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.So sorry for your loss.
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