Dalton Tate Obituary, Death – Dalton Tate has tragically passed away. Before Mr. Tate passed away, both of his parents, Woodrow Wilson Tate and Carrie Lavon Tate, as well as his sister, Orlena Tatum, had already been laid to rest. Before Mr. Tate’s passing, both of his parents had already been buried. Both of Mr. Tate’s parents had already been laid to rest prior to his passing, so there was no need to hurry. It was unnecessary to rush things because Mr. Tate’s parents had already been laid to rest prior to his passing, so there was no reason to do so. Mr. Tate was the oldest member of his family and the only living relative in his direct lineage at the time of his death.

Mr. Tate was awarded a commendation for the exceptional manner in which he contributed to the defense of his nation while he was stationed as a Marine in Vietnam. His service earned him the commendation. During the time that Mr. Tate was serving his country in Vietnam, he made the donation. This contribution was made by Mr. Tate while he was actively serving his country in Vietnam. We are grateful for his efforts in this regard. Because Mr. Tate has demonstrated such a consistent and unwavering dedication to serving his country throughout his entire life, he has been selected to receive this award in recognition of his efforts to do so.

Those left behind include his wife, Judy Ann Tate; their four daughters, Joanna Christine Marks of Houston, Texas, Angela Sue Anwar of Colorado, Tamara Marie Morris of Livingston, Texas, and Joni Leann Brown of West Monroe, Louisiana; and their four sons, Jimmy Michael Tate and his wife Hedi of Utah, Dalton Ray Tate of Splendora, Texas, Charles Leon Tate of Splendora, Texas, and Charles Jason Brown of Denton, Texas.