Gayla Orene Altom

Gayla Orene Altom
FORT WORTH — Gayla Orene Altom passed away Thursday, Dec. 4. 2014 at the age of 57.
Memorial service: To be at a later date.
Survivors: Son, Harold Driver and wife Onya; grandson, Cash Driver; granddaughter, Arial Driver; and many friends.

Family Funeral Home & Crematory
425 S. Henderson, 817-335-4557

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#1 Comment By Tina Howell On December 5, 2014 @ 9:50 am

Thank you so much Miss Gayla for you sweet voice and always kind words….I will always love you…thank you so much for one of my best friends (HayHay)I will do my best to look after him as I know he’s lost without you….I will always be looking over Arial as you know she’s pretty much mine anyway so RIP Gayla I will always remember the time we spent together.

#2 Comment By Jo Ann Deleon On December 6, 2014 @ 10:13 pm

My dearest friend how you will be missed. I know God has a plan and you were apart of it. Now you are an angel that surrounds us to guide us. You were truly inspiring to me and so elegant in your own way. I hope your family is at peace and I want to send my condolences to them for I know they lost a wonderful person. Sincerely your friend Joann Deleon

#3 Comment By Christopher R. Bonilla On December 7, 2014 @ 10:17 am

My Dearest Gayla, Thank you so much for being part of my life. I asked the Lord to send someone that I could share my life with and you appeared. You were always kind and generous to me. You were a true friend and helped me get thru some difficult times in my life. You gave me strength and courage when I needed it most. I will always treasure the times we spent in the 7th street area, the concerts we attended and the long dinners we had. You made me feel alive and ready to take on the world. I especially enjoyed spending much time with you in our Emerald Garden gazing at the moon, enjoying wine and having some stolen dances! I will never forget how you insisted that each and every day was going to be glorious. I will miss you and will think of you often. Love Christopher R. Bonilla

#4 Comment By Heather Garrett Butler On January 23, 2015 @ 7:22 pm

Aunt Gayla was one of the kindest person I knew. She was a big part of my memory growing up and she will be missed. Prayers for her family.