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I Do Not Go Alone

God saw the road

was getting rough,

The hills were heard

to climb,

He gently closed

those loving eyes,

And whispered.

“ Peace Be Thine. ”

The weary hours, the days of pain,

The sleepless nights are past,

The ever patient worn - out frame,

Has found sweet rest at last.

God saw that you were getting weary

So He did what he knew best


He came and stood beside you



4155 S. R. L. Thornton Fwy. Dallas, TX (214) 941-7332

May 31, 1971

December 8, 2022

And whispered “ Derrick come and rest. ”

5701 E. Loop 820 S Fort Worth, TX (817) 478-9555

You bid no one a last farewell

Not even a good - bye

1318 W. Green St. Tallulah, LA 71282 (318) 574 -6100

You were gone before we knew it “W HERE S ERVICE B EGINS AND N EVER E NDS ”

And only God knows why .

Order of Service


Cherished Memories

Mr. Derrick Lipscomb was born to

the parentage of the late Mr. Curtis Lee

Lipscomb and Mrs. Charlie Mae Mills on

May 31, 1971 in Altus, Oklahoma. Derrick

was the youngest of 8 children. At the age

of 9 years old Derrick left Altus, Oklahoma

to move to Fort Worth, TX with his mother

where he attended Dunbar High School as

well as McKinney Job Corp. At age 15, he

met his childhood sweetheart April

Lipscomb (Oliver), whom he later went on to marry. They were married

for 24 years. Derrick went on to make a living as a Truck Driver until his

health would no longer permit him to.

He is proceeded in death by his father Curtis Lee Lipscomb,

mother Charlie Mae Mills, sisters Ardell Mills and Jean Morgan; brother

Perry Lipscomb, step sister: Mary Lou Shaw; brothers Marcus Collins,

J.D. Freeman and Tommie Freeman.

He leaves to cherish his memories his wife April Lipscomb;

brothers Rickey Lipscomb, Jackie Lipscomb, Robert Lipscomb, Nick

Collins, Calton Neal and Rickey Neal; sisters Nora West, Donna

Shepard, Myra Patterson and Doris Collins; step mother Cora

Lee Lipscomb along with a host of nieces, nephews, and


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