Aaron Lee Dover Sr., 79, passed away Monday, Nov. 18, 2013, in Granbury. Funeral: 10 a.m. Wednesday at Acton United Methodist Church. Interment: Acton Cemetery. Aaron Dover was born in Gorman on Jan. 15, 1934, to Verlee Robertson Dover and Devoe Dover, the middle child of three children and the only son. He grew up in Carbon and in 1951 moved to Stephenville, where he graduated from Stephenville High School the same year. He served in the Air Force from 1954 to 1956. He attended Tarleton State College from 1956 to 1957 where he met Wilma Jean Sherrard. They were married at First United Methodist Church in Hico on July 7, 1957. They then moved to Lubbock, where he attended Texas Tech University and earned a BS in industrial engineering in 1961. They were married over 56 years until his death. During this time he and the family lived in Fort Worth twice, San Antonio, Stephenville and Aledo, where he served as mayor, while he worked as an engineer at Kelly Air Force Base in San Antonio and General Dynamics in Fort Worth. He retired early in 1980 due to disability from rheumatoid arthritis and eventually moved to De Cordoba Bend in 1995. Aaron was a member of Acton United Methodist Church. He enjoyed raising cattle, working outdoors and reloading ammunition for his gun collection. The family would like to thank the wonderful staff and caregivers at Trinity Mission Nursing Home, Granbury Villa Nursing Home, Lake Granbury Medical Center and Mission Hospice for their loving care. He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother-in-law, Milton Brown. Survivors: His wife, Jean; sons, Aaron Lee Dover Jr. and his wife, Carol, of Midland and Alan Dover and his wife, Jeaneth, of Flint; sisters, Mrs. Doris Brown of Granbury and Mrs. Glenna Geer and her husband, Floyd, of Abilene; granddaughters, Courtney Ball and her husband, Clinton, of Richardson and Sarah Jean Dover of Flint; grandsons, Austin Dover and David Dover, both of Lubbock, Blake Dover and his wife, Brooke, of Mount Enterprise and Bryce Dover of Corpus Christi.