Daryl Glen Ferguson, Jr. passed away Saturday, January 19, 2019 along side his wife, Johanna Cherie Ferguson, following a car accident. Visitation will begin at 12 Noon through 2 PM, prior to services on Friday, January 25, 2019 at Living Proof Church of Groesbeck (1207 E. Navasota, off FM 937- S). The funeral service honoring Johanna and Daryl will be held at 2 PM on Friday, January 25, 2019 at Living Proof Church of Groesbeck with John Carabin officiating. Pallbearers are Dustin Ferguson, Bryston Ferguson, Camden Ferguson, Kovan Ferguson, P. J. Crabb, Jack Matous, Justin Matous, and Dalton Wyers. Honorary pallbearers are Chad Flowers, John Marc Curry, Josh Carroll, Shane Killingsworth, Chase Killingsworth, Lauren Holmes, Kestler Sexton, and the Graduating Class of 2001. Daryl was a wonderful father and he loved his wife and kids. He loved baseball. He put a baseball in Bryston’s hand the day he was born. He taught and coached his boys as well as others on how to play the game. He always wanted a little girl and Johanna blessed him with Jaylee. He loved to cook as well as Johanna and it was often a competition between the two who was a better cook, which was funny to his mom because they were both very competitive. More and more could be said about them both. His mother as well as his children, and all their family and friends love them both very much and will miss them more than words can say. Daryl is preceded in death by his father, Daryl Ferguson, Sr.; grandfathers, A. E. Hick Ferguson and Joe Louis Bell, and great grandparent, Ozelle Bell. He is survived by his children, Bryston 16, Camden 15, Kovan 12, and Jaylee 6; his mother, Judy Ferguson; and brother, Dustin and his girlfriend, Elizabeth Shockley and their daughter, Scarlette, all of Personville; and honorary brother, P.J. Crabb of Kosse; and his grandmother, Beverly Ferguson of Groesbeck. Also, there are numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins. In lieu of flowers, donations to benefit the Ferguson children can be made through https://www.gofundme.com/johanna-and-daryl-ferguson or to the Memorial Fund for Johanna and Daryl Ferguson at Aggieland Credit Union. The family appreciates all the thoughts, prayers and generosity shown during this difficult time.