Oscar Dean Carroll

February 7, 1957 - February 22, 2012

Oscar Dean Carroll, age 55, of Crowell, Texas passed away on February 22, 2012 in Wichita Falls, Texas. He was born on February 7, 1957 in Hobbs, New Mexico to Letha (Marlow) and Oscar Carroll. Dean was the owner of LD Glass & Mirror in Lewisville for 26 years.

Dean is survived by his six children, Marshall Carroll of Little Elm, Desiree Carroll of Little Elm, Cameron Carroll of Fort Worth, Cheyenne Carroll of Crowell, Chris Dixon of Lewisville and Joey Dixon of Euless; five grandchildren, Alyssa, Tyler, Kyleigh, Karlee, and Kalynn; sister, Marsha Boatright and her husband, Charles of Crowell; brother Darrell Carroll and his wife, Jannie; several nieces and nephews.

Dean is preceded in death by his parents, Letha and Oscar Carroll, brother, Dale Carroll.

A Funeral Service will be held at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Chapel on Saturday, February 25, 2012 at 2:00 PM with Pastor Bob Hooper and Pastor Bill Watson officiating. A visitation will be held at the funeral home in Frisco prior to the service on Saturday from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Travis Duffey Scholarship Fund of Lake City Soccer Association, www.lcsasoccer.org.

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Dean was in my high school senior class and one of my favorite people in school. Always genuinely nice to everyone. Thank you Dean, for being a friend. Condolences to his family. Emi Thomas, February 7, 2016 Rest in peace ole buddy. I'm gonna miss those golf outings and all that free advise you used to volunteer. I've never in my life met anyone like you, nor do I expect I will ever again. You have certainly made my time here on earth better, just by being my friend. How joyous it must be for you to take that final journey home. Dave Springett, February 25, 2012 Dad, may the wind carry your ashes as far as you want to go. I know in my heart your gonna cause one hell of a dust storm and you wouldnt have it any other way... A true cowboy will never let go of his hat or boots and deep in your heart that's truly what you have always been. Your boots and will always be here to remind us of the strength you walked with everyday. Your hat will remind us of how hard headed you were and I think that's a true testament to the fight you put up until that last breath. You will never be forgotten. We love you pops Marshall Carroll, February 25, 2012 Dean we will certainly miss you! Robert always enjoyed your visits, especially when y'all got to go hang out in Clyde and do guy stuff! You were always a good friend to us, but we know that you are enjoying your time now in heaven! Robert and Brenda Windham, February 24, 2012 You were such a caring and giving person and I treasured our friendship. I miss you already. Frances Thomas, February 24, 2012 There will always be a place For you for all my life I'll keep a part Of you with me And everywhere I am There you'll be I love you Deano & Im going to miss you! Lisa DuPree-Akerblom, February 23, 2012