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2009-10-15 / Obituaries

Ryndol L. Brown, Sr.

November27,1934- October10,2009

Ryndol L. Brown, Sr. was born November 27, 1934 in Milam County to Walter Lee and Pearl Caffey Brown. He lived the past 18 years in Davilla and was formerly of Houston.

On January 1, 1955, he and Dorothy Winfrey were married in Davilla. Three children were born. While living in Houston, Ryndol was a mechanic with Sears for 41 years. After retiring, he worked with the Rockdale ISD, the Thorndale Oil Mill and owned and operated a community store and worked at the Post Office in Davilla.

Ryndol was a member of First Baptist Church in Davilla. He worked with the Boy Scouts for many years. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, gardening and loved to keep company with his little dog "Punkin".

Ryndol passsed away Saturday, October 10, 2009 at Scott & White Hospital in Temple, reaching the age of 74. He was preceded in death by his parents. Two brothers, Raymond and Ray Brown and a sister, Mozell Daniels.

Surviving: His wife of 54 years, Dorothy Brown of Davilla. Son, Ryndol L. Brown, Jr. and wife Lisa S. of Rodgers. Daughters, Patricia Lynn Lowery and husband James of Pinehurst and Karen Ann Sessions and husband Robert of Granger. Sister, Ruby Stubbs of Austin. 6 grandchildren, James Brandon Lowery and wife Kristi, Jeremy Lee Lowery and wife Leticia, Ryndol Lee Brown, III and wife Lisa, Jacolby Dustin Brown, Ryan Robert Sessions, Brandy Nicole Sessions. 5 great grandchildren, Destiny Nicole Sessions, Grayson Nathaniel Brown, Peyton Noelle Lowery, Laycee Nicole Lowery, Carson James Lowery.

Funeral services were on Tuesday, October 13, 2009 at Phillips & Luckey Funeral Home. Burial followed in the Davilla Cemetery with Rev. David Cox officiating.

Pallbearers: His grandchildren, Brandon Lowery, Jeremy Lowery, Ryan Sessions, Brandy Sessions, Ryndol Brown, III, Jacolby Brown.

Honorary Pallbearers: John Culp, Davy Street, John Robert Caffey, Charlie Urobonic.

Memorials can be made in his memory to the Davilla Cemetery Association, c/o Patty Cargill, P.O. Box 101, Davilla, Texas 76523.

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