W.C. Dub Reasoner passed from this life into his new life on June 10, 2017.
Memorial service is 11 a.m. Saturday, June 17, at First United Methodist Church of Gordon. Visitation is 9:30-10:45 a.m. Saturday preceding the service in the chapel.
He was an unusually good man, husband, father, friend, American and Texan. He loved God and loved to worship with his Christian family at First United Methodist Church. He loved people and animals of all kinds. He grew up in Mineral Wells as a 20th Century "Huck Finn."
He loved being a brickyarder for 47 years, starting out picking up brickbats and becoming the president of Mineral Wells Clay Products Inc. He enjoyed going to work every day for 47 years.
Carolyn and Dub were married for 65 years. They retired in 1997 and moved to Lake Palo Pinto. He gently nurtured and loved his family. His greatest pleasure was watching the ones he loved enjoy their lives. He loved to tell stories and tales and to make people laugh. Dub's life was filled with love, kindness and laughter. A life well lived.
Dub is survived by his wife, Carolyn; children, Bobbie Townsend and husband, Craig, Margaret Nell and Mark Pittman; grandchildren, Marcus Andrew Reasoner and Sarah Pittman, Martin Bradley Reasoner and Meredith Pittman, Andrew Thomas Townsend and Austin William Townsend; two great-grandsons, Luke Malcom Pittman and Liam Marcus Pittman.
The family would like to thank Dr. Ty Gore for helping us keep Dub around for 87 years. We would also like to thank the wonderful people at Palo Pinto General Hospital, Kindred Home Health and finally Kindred Hospice. Without all these angels we couldn't have made it through this most difficult time.
Memorial donations may be made to Kindred Home Health or Kindred Hospice.
Edwards Funeral Home
Published on June 15, 2017
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