Billy Grant Fergeson

April 9, 1935 - April 1, 2020
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Billy Grant Fergeson was born April 9, 1935, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He passed away April 1, 2020, a victim of the coronavirus

.Bill graduated from Ranger High School, Ranger, Texas in 1953. He married Angelina Antipona February 14, 1986 in Guam, USA, and adopted her son Allan.

He retired from military/civil service in Guam and returned to live in Irving, Texas.

He is survived by his wife, Angie, a daughter, Mary Delia Santos and her husband Frank, and his adopted son Allan Fergeson and his wife LoBelle. He had seven grandchildren: Allyson Fergeson McCoy, Allan Fergeson II, Axl Reign Fergeson, Aisha Reyes, Mia Lanae Fergeson-Santos, Nicholas Grant Fergeson Santos, Alora Dawn Fergeson-Santos, and two great grandchildren Ethan Fergeson Santos and Roxanna Mae Santos.

He loved the Lord and was very active in his First General Baptist Church of Irving. He enjoyed singing and entertaining others with his karaoke machine.

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Allan Fergeson
North Las Vegas, NV
You may rest in peace Dad. You will be missed. We love you and thank you for everything. What I am today was because of you. Dont worry about Mom and i will take care of her.

Lobelle and your grandkids Allyson, AJ, Aisha and Axl will miss you.

Love
Allan Lobelle
Edzel Flores
Las Vegas, NV
Our deepest sympathy and condolences to your family. May you find strength in knowing that he is now in a better place with no pain and sufferings.  God bless.
Rev. Deon Burgett
Tool, TX
It was an honor and privilege to call him friend and brother. His singing and praising the Lord was unbelievable and brought joy to many.
Patrick Tufts
Irving, TX
Bill was a great man! I loved him so much he was a brother in christ and a close friend. His singing voice was amazing and he will forever be missed. Love you Bill I know if you could talk to me you would say "Patrick heaven is amazing!!" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_HiF3waaT8Y
Michael Tufts
Los Angeles, CA
I only met you one time at church, but in that short meeting you provided me with valuable advice on life and marriage. I know you will be missed by many.
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