Ranger Exes Memorial - RHS Class of 1960

Linda Anable LINDA NELL ANABLE WORLEY, 70, passed away Jan. 12, 2012, in Azle, TX, with her loving family by her side. Linda was born Dec. 14, 1941, in Graham to Alva Lee and Exie Pearl Hayes Anable. She attended Hodges Oak Park School and Ranger High School in the Class of 1960 at Ranger, TX. She was the foundation of her family. Lind dedicated her life to her loved ones and put everyone who entered her life before her. She made lifelong choices and decisions without personal regard, only ever considering her husband, children and those who surrounded her. She was a mom to many, raising children, grandchildren, children from her extended family and foster children. She thrived on helping others and never regretted the sacrifices. She touched many lives with her kindness and generosity. Linda was an anchor on a ship that often experienced rough seas. She will be missed dearly. Linda was preceded in death by her son, Edwin Dean Worley; daughter, Karen Dee Worley; father, Alva Lee Anable; and brother, John Ed Anable. Survivors at the time of her death: husband of 50-plus years, Boyce Dean Worley of Azle; mother, Exie Anable of Ft. Worth; son, Gary Worley & wife, Tonya, of Weatherford; daughter, Callie Porras of Azle; granddaughters, Ondrea Porras, Gabrielle Porras, Evie Worley and Rene Dawson; grandsons, Christopher Worley, Robert Dawson, Creed Edwards and Quaid Gee; brothers, Perry Anable and wife, Gayle, of Fort Worth, Terry Anable and wife, Patricia, of Utah, and Thomas Anable of Ft. Worth; and many nieces, nephews and cousins. BROTHER: THOMAS ANABLE, 59, died on Aug. 18, 2012, in Fort Worth. He never attended RHS since his family moved when he was four. Mr. Anable was an accountant for the Rainbow Lounge in Fort Worth and an incident there was the springboard for the creation of Fairness Fort Worth, an advocacy group for gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender members of the community. Thomas had been president of the group since June of 2010. He gained national attention for anti-bullying campaigns in Fort Worth and assisted The White House with a televised "Safe Communities" panel discussion at the University of Texas at Arlington last year. He is survived by his twin brothers, Perry & Terry.