Eugene Prashner

Eugene S. Prashner, died July 11, 2013. Born December 6, 1920, in Excelsior Springs, Missouri. Graduated from Corpus Christi High School, the University of Texas, and St. Mary's Law School. Served in the U. S. Army Air Corps and was in the Philippine Islands when World War II ended. He flew to Tokyo one month later as part of the Army of Occupation. He became an attorney at age 49 and enjoyed practicing law for the rest of his life. Survived by his wife of 69 years, Josephine, San Antonio; children, Ellen Azose, Seattle; Heleri Ziou, San Antonio; Judge Dan Prashner and wife, Heather Prashner, M.D., Austin; grandchildren Rebecca Prashner, Seattle; Leslie Azose and husband, Professor Alex Jassen, and his great-grandchildren, Lila and David Jassen, New York City. Preceded in death by his beloved son-in-law, David R. Azose. Gene enjoyed traveling to all fifty states and visiting family in Great Britain and Israel. He loved reading, classical music, fast cars, long driving trips, barbequing a fine brisket, and telling war stories, legal and actual. But, most of all, he loved his family, his Jewish faith, and his many dogs, especially his beloved Red, with whom we trust he is reunited.
JULY 12, 2013
9:00 AM
Rabbi Kerry Baker, officiating.

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Published in Express-News on July 12, 2013