Dallas Blake McBeth

Dallas Blake McBeth
Dallas Blake McBeth

Dallas Blake McBeth, 36, of Amarillo Texas, was tragically taken from us on February 28th of 2021. 

The viewing will be held at Boxwell Funeral Home on March 4th and 5th from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm.

Service will take place at Power Church. The ceremony will begin at 10:00 am, Saturday, March 6th, with Pastor Manny De Los Santos officiating. Power Church is located at 1344 SE 10th avenue in Amarillo Texas.

Arrangements are being provided by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, located at 2800 Paramount Blvd in Amarillo Texas.

Dallas was born on June 7th, 1984 in Amarillo Texas. He was born to parents: Linda and Luis Loa, as well as his father, Vernon McBeth.

Dallas worked well with his hands and could take on any project with a good attitude. He loved music because it brought his family joy. He loved recording family gatherings, and he never missed an opportunity to make memories. Dallas had a smile that lit up a room and he was loved by all. He had a vibrant personality and always left a positive impression on those around him.

Dallas was a loving son, brother, uncle, nephew, and grandchild. He will be dearly missed, but we will continue to live with the love he left behind. 

He is preceded in death by his grandfather Virgil McBeth and his aunt Julie McBeth.

Survivors include: his parents, grandparents Felix and Raquiel Fuentes, Grandmother Joetta Kelsey, siblings Tristian Lee and Esperanza McBeth, Natasha McBeth, Savannah Evaro, and Amanda Vigil, aunts and uncles: Esther and Enrique Bustos, Mary and Abraham Javalera, Isabel and Ed Mireles, Carol Fuentes, Felix Fuentes III, Greg McBeth, and Danny Kelsey, sixteen nieces and nephews, and nineteen cousins. All of whom reside in Amarillo, Texas. 

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial donations be made to Power Church. 

7 Replies to “Dallas Blake McBeth”

  1. From Azleway all the way to the day that you last glanced my way. I’ll never forget when you said “if it’s my time to go, its my time to go. I got your back bro” Runnin thru center city from shadows, dogs and the law. Thanks for having my back bro.

  2. I know that there isn’t anything I could say to take away the pain. …
    You are in our thoughts and prayers during this awful time. …
    There are no words that can explain the sorrow and pain we feel for the loss of your Dallas but know Friend that I’m here to help and listen God will be with you to give you strength and courage love you Charlina

  3. My heart so full of sadness for you and all your family may God be with you in this great time of need.

  4. My deepest condolences and prayers are with you and your family. He’s flying high with Angels wings. Rest In Peace Dallas.🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼👼

  5. Dear Natasha, Linda and Tristan,
    I am so sorry to hear about Dallas. I have memories of his kindness and sweet smile. He loved his family in his own special. May your loving memories of Dallas bring you peace.

  6. Our deepest condolences from your cousin/family in California. Dallas fly high always with our Angels up above.

  7. I hope u are at peace….you will always be with me …i kno your are with me in spirits …when im down an out and think that thia day will never end …give me the streanth to keep pushin like you always have ….i luv you forever

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