September 12, 1985 ~ June 10, 2013
FORT WORTH -- John Ross Shreves, 27, passed away on Monday, June 10, 2013 in Arlington. Funeral: 11:00 a.m. Saturday at Tate Springs Baptist Church, 4201 Little Rd., Arlington with Rev. Bobby Bridges officiating. Interment: Johnson Station Cemetery, Arlington. Visitation: The family will receive friends on Friday from 6-8 p.m. at Wade Family Funeral Home, 4140 W. Pioneer Parkway, Arlington. Ross was born on September 12, 1985 in Arlington to Troy Samuel Shreves and Kristi Lea Klinger Shreves. He graduated from Kennedale High School in 2004. Ross was a Kennedale Jr. High School 8th Grade English Teacher and 7th Grade Creative Writing Teacher. He was a member of the Texas Teachers Association and Strength and Stone Powerlifters. Ross loved Texas Country Music and was a big cut up. He was an artist and an ice cream connoisseur; his favorite's were strawberry and fudge bars. He is preceded in death by his grandparents, John and Wanda Klinger, and Arvil Shreves. Survivors: Father, Troy Shreves and wife, Ashley of Plano; mother, Kristi Klinger of Arlington; sisters, Neda Burk of Fort Worth and Sarah Shreves of Arlington; step-brothers, Scotty Smith and Zachary Green; step-sisters, Chelsea Stallings and Ashley Fuller; paternal grandmother, Juanita Shreves; numerous other family members; and a host of friends. Wade Family Funeral Home Arlington, 817-274-9233
With our deepest sympathy for your loss, please accept our condolences.
To: Troy Shreves, Kristi Kinger, Neda Burk, Sarah Shreves, grandparents, and extended family. I offer you my deepest and heartfelt sympathy at the tragic loss of your son, your brother, your grandson, and your relative. I would personally deliver my sympathy except that I live in Georgia.
I knew John principally through Troy Shreves. My son, James Williams (b: Feb 1985), was on Troy’s baseball team when James was 11. Kristi would remember me as the one who took Troy to the hospital when Troy crashed into the light pole and suffered a concussion while at practice one day.
What I remember about John was a 10 year old boy, who along with his sister, tagged along with his dad to baseball games that Troy coached. John was polite and cheerful. Both he and his sister both loved to tag along with Troy.
May the shining light of our Lord Jesus comfort you all at this dark hour in your grief.
Asa J Williams
my heart goes out to ross family and friends. he will be miss dearly
My condolences to Troy, Ashley and the rest of the Shreves family. Our hearts are broken into many pieces as we try to comprehend this whole thing. I wish we were not so far away so we could comfort you with more than just words. May the love of God and memories of Ross help you heal your hearts.