Pennington II, Joe Byron

February 10, 1970 - November 7, 2020

The life of Joe Byron Pennington II came to an end on November 7, 2020 at Plano Medical Center in Plano, TX at the young age of 50, after years of battling a lung disorder, Primary Pulmonary Hypertension.

Joe was born in Denton, TX in 1970, graduated from Plano High School and attended North Texas State University.

As a boy, Joe’s passions included soccer and karate where he excelled winning numerous trophies and belts.

As a young man, his attention turned to fast cars and motorcycles which was the source of much joy and some pain over the years.

Later in life, Joe’s interest was in Art and Design. He was a talented sketch artist and created montage and mural work. He recently completed a 2-year training course in interior design and was currently decorating his new apartment. Unfortunately, Joe’s ability to move forward in this profession was severely limited by his chronic illness.

Joe was preceded in death (all in 2019) by his Grandfather Daniel J. Perrett Jr., his Mother Linda Elizabeth Perrett Pennington, and his younger Brother David Perrett Pennington. The loss of these close family members was devastating, especially as David and Joe were best friends throughout life.

Joe is survived by his Father Joe Byron Pennington Sr., his Stepmother Janet Pennington, his Grandmother Sadie E. Perrett and his Uncle Daniel J. Perrett III and wife Marilyn, his Uncle Steve Pennington and wife Janell, his Stepbrother Toby Shelton and wife Kandy, Cousin Jessica Witcher and husband James.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to Promise House or any charity of your choice.


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Arrangements under the direction of:

Aria Cremation Service and Funeral Home

19310 Preston Road

Dallas, Texas 75252

(214) 306-6700

2 replies on “Pennington II, Joe Byron”

Linda M. Roche says:

My Joe Joe, where is my Joe Joe, my only Joe Joe, you know you got my only Joe Joe.

I think about you every day. I’m more spiritual today than I ever have been but I still don’t understand west some get this deal and some don’t. I told blue bear today that you were not coming back to us ever. I owe it to you to God and to him to stay sober and I will. I will love you always.


James Austin Cochrane says:

This will sound bad and I am so sorry for your loss but joe Byron has became a meme not him just people not saying Biden right in cony island He was an amazing man and I am so sorry for your loss rest in peace

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