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Bandit Lawyer Erick DeLaRue Latest Foreclosure Filings Without Proof of Claims Should be Stricken

In the latest attempts to obfuscate his frivolous foreclosure defense filing, Houston lawyer Erick DeLaRue’s filings are sanctionable.




OCT 28, 2022 | REPUBLISHED BY LIT: OCT 28, 2022
Feb 11, 2023

On Jan. 29, 2023 Judge Sandill entered an Order dismissing Plaintiff’s – claims c/o Bandit Lawyer Erick DeLaRogue – with prejudice, plaintiff paying court costs.

No Exhibits. No Proof of Claims.

Nov. 21 30 Dec. 9 Dec. 22, 2022 Jan 19, 2023

No movement from the Dishonorable Court or Bandit Lawyers since filing in Oct.

There was supposed to be a bond hearing on Nov. 9. The TRO has expired.

What about “husband Cody”?

Was he not ‘living in the marital home’ on the death of his with Deborah?

Is that why the mother moved in, or did “the family” just move her in?

Very strange.

Of course, exhibits incl. deed of trust and proof of claims would have shed light on these questions.

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Deborah Ann Huntley Ficarro of Baytown, Texas, passed away on Monday, September 4, 2017 at Ben Taub Hospital in Houston, Texas. She was born on November 3, 1956 in Mount Pleasant, Texas to R.C. and Glenda Huntley.

Deborah grew up in the Lakewood edition in Baytown, where she attended elementary school.

She graduated from Ross Sterling High School in 1974. She worked as a stocker and cashier for Walmart in Baytown for the past 15 years.

Deborah was a former member of Eastgate Church in Dayton and a current member of Marantha Church in Mont Belvieu.

Deborah was an avid outdoor enthusiast. She loved the great outdoors and enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping. She was outgoing and never met a stranger.

Deborah was a friend to all and loved her family immensely. She was always straight forward with everyone and would tell you just how it was. Deborah will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her.

Deborah was preceded in death by her father R.C. Huntley;

and her brother Randy Huntley.

She is survived by her mother Glenda J. Huntley Massingill;

her brother Alan Ray Huntley;

her sister Tammy J. Huntley Moore

and husband Henry;

her very special nieces Crystal Marchette, Cassey Ann Perron and Risa Walraven and husband Cody;

and a host of other loving relatives and friends.

Friends are invited to visit with the family from 6pm until 8pm on Thursday, September 7, 2017 in the chapel of Sterling Funeral Home, 602 N. Main Street, Dayton, Texas.

A graveside service and committal will be held at 2pm on Friday, September 8, 2017 in Palms Memorial Park in Dayton, Texas, where Deborah will be laid to rest next to her brother Randy.


Glenda Huntley Massingill, 82, of Baytown, Texas, passed away on Wednesday, February 12, 2020, in Baytown.

She was born on February 17, 1937, in Enterprise, Oklahoma to the late Sewell Henderson and Lela Virginia Martin Farrell.

Glenda attended Pine Tree High School in Longview, Texas.

Glenda was a faithful Christian who enjoyed spending time at the church.

She was a dedicated member of Hillside Church (formerly the Maranatha Church) in Mont Belvieu. Glenda also enjoyed spending quality time with her family and friends.

In her younger years, she taught piano and liked sewing.

Glenda was preceded in death by her parents; her husband R.C. Huntley and husband David Massingill; and her children Randy L. Huntley and Deborah Ficarro.

She is survived by her children Alan Ray Huntley and Tammy J. Huntley Moore and husband Henry;

her very special grandchildren Crystal Marchette, Cassey Ann Perron, Risa Walraven, and Carrie Huntley;

her five great-grandchildren;

her siblings Nancy Rowland and Ann Abernathy; and a host of other loving relatives and friends.

Glenda will be missed tremendously and remembered dearly by family and friends alike.

Friends are invited to visit with the family from 10am until 12pm on Tuesday, February 18, 2020, at Sterling Funeral Home, 602 N. Main Street in Dayton.

A graveside service and committal will follow at 1pm, with Bro. Jeff Day officiating, in Palms Memorial Park in Dayton.

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Bandit Lawyer Erick DeLaRue Latest Foreclosure Filings Without Proof of Claims Should be Stricken
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