Seth Darnell Day

The family of Seth Darnell, including (l-r): his father, John Darnell, mother, Denise Darnell and brother Jared Darnell, accept a proclamation from State Representative Charlie Geren from Azle police officer Chance Kidd. Geren issued the proclamation to honor of the life of 2006 Azle High School graduate, who lost his battle to bone cancer but left a legacy of service and love. Denise Darnell was presented with an American flag that flew over the Texas Capitol in honor of her late son by an officer with the Texas Department of Public Safety just moments earlier. Photo by Carla Noah Stutsman
The family of Seth Darnell, including (l-r): his father, John Darnell, mother, Denise Darnell and brother Jared Darnell, accept a proclamation from State Representative Charlie Geren from Azle police officer Chance Kidd. Geren issued the proclamation to honor of the life of 2006 Azle High School graduate, who lost his battle to bone cancer but left a legacy of service and love. Denise Darnell was presented with an American flag that flew over the Texas Capitol in honor of her late son by an officer with the Texas Department of Public Safety just moments earlier.
Photo by Carla Noah Stutsman
Azle chiropractor Dr. Randy Mask addresses a small crowd at Azle’s Shady Grove Park Saturday afternoon, June 22, for Seth Darnell Day. The event was attended by friends both old and new, city and school officials in addition to Darnell’s family.
Azle chiropractor Dr. Randy Mask addresses a small crowd at Azle’s Shady Grove Park Saturday afternoon, June 22, for Seth Darnell Day. The event was attended by friends both old and new, city and school officials in addition to Darnell’s family.