Reo-Estes Jr.-Obituary

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Reo Estes Jr.

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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

Dura, I am sorry to hear about Reo. I remember that your wedding was the first I ever attended as an ll year old. I have fond memories of you and your family. May God comfort you at this time.
Doris Edgar Jasper

So sorry to hear about the loss of your dad. May God comfort you during this difficult time. You all are in our prayers.

I am so thankful for all the wonderful years I was blessed to spend with my Pawpaw. I will always cherish the memories of him - going to Estes Exxon to hang out, spending the night at the house on Midway, going camping in the old pop-up camper, countless birthday and holiday celebrations together, having him living right next door to us, and countless other moments in time of love and fun; laughter and hugs. I am thankful that my own kids were blessed to know and love him also. Memaw, I love...


Reo's Obituary

Reo Ottie Estes Jr., age 87 of Hempstead, TX passed away at his home on Sunday, March 17, 2013, surrounded by his loving family. He was born in Daisetta, TX on November 16, 1925. He proudly served in the United States Marine Corps from 1943-1946. In 1946 Reo married the love of his life, Dura...

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