Thank you for allowing me to be a part of the last week of his life. I enjoyed hearing his stories and sharing those memories. I just wish I could have known him longer. Blessings to you Dura and your family
My condolences to the Estes family due to their loss of Reo. I knew Reo forty years ago when he owned the Humble/Exxon gas station. He was a fine husband, father, and business man. I will always remember his laughter and jovial attitude. His passing is truly a loss to all.
The greatest man in the world. Thank you Lord for giving him to us for a Dad.Thanks for all the wonderful fun,work,laughter, and especially the Love. I will see him again in heaven.
he will be missed ,my first job ever was with estes exxon, the most level headed and understanding man and boss any one could work for. many life lessons were learned from him. RIP, Mr.Estes
We have such wonderful memories of Reo and his family and our frequent stops on Decker Drive. You all are part of our family and we send our warmest love and condolences,
Peter and Claire Buenz