It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Allie B. Dart (née Driver), 83, of Tyler. Allie died peacefully on August 9th, 2017 at The Hospice of East Texas, HomePlace.
She was born on November 15, 1933 in Arp to James and Molly Driver. She married Ronald L. Dart on February 21, 1953.
For many years Allie was a successful real estate agent in Tyler. In 1995, Ron and Allie founded Christian Educational Ministries as a service ministry, to share the Gospel with the world, to evangelize and to make disciples for Jesus Christ.
Even after the death of her beloved Ron in 2016, and the partial paralysis of a stroke following cancer surgery earlier this year, Allie strove to keep Christian Educational Ministries moving forward to continue the preaching of the gospel of the Kingdom of God to the world. Her greatest wish was for the work, which she and Ron cared so much about, including Ron’s sermons, books and the “Born to Win” radio program, to go forward in love, peace and unity under Jesus Christ.
Allie was preceded in death by her parents, 3 sisters, 5 brothers and husband of 63 years, Ronald L. Dart. She is survived by her sister Helen Douglas, VA, numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
Services for Allie Dart will be held, Monday, August 14, 2017, 10:00 AM, at Stewart Family Funeral Home. There will be a visitation period beginning at 9:30.
The service will be available for viewing on the video tab of Allie’s page on the Stewart Family Funeral Home’s website.
Burial will follow at Whitehouse Memorial Cemetery in Whitehouse, Texas.
Christian Educational Ministries, founded by Ron & Allie in 1995, will continue to promote their vision—through the Born to Win radio program, YEA youth program, and beyond—of instilling a passion and understanding of God’s word in people of all ages,
that the man of God may be proficient and equipped for every good work.