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May 25, 2018

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February 1, 2008
My deepest sympathies are offered to the Andrews family. May your loving memories and the care of God bring you comfort. (2 Cor 1:3,4)
January 30, 2008
Rooster's legend will live on in our hearts. His friend and classmate, Jerry Owens [my sweetheart] died in 2006 ~~ Jerry asked him to be an honorary pallbearer. Now they can once again share their play-by-play memories.
Peace to all who loved Rooster.
~ for Jerry Owens
January 29, 2008
Dear B.J., Griff, Betsy, & Lisa,
You are all in my prayers as we grieve the loss of a great man. Praise the Lord for all the wonderful memories. B.J., Momma tells me you will be moving into the retirement part of Westminster. Hope to see you there when I come to visit Momma. I thought it was so neat that Momma and Rooster could be hall mates for a while.
With deepest sympathy,
Franny Faubion Mezger
January 29, 2008
As another Longhorn devotee, as a teen I witnessed that water boy turned kicker who became an Austin icon. His handshake and smile will not be forgotten but that smile was never brighter than when he looked at B.J., the love of his life. Blessings and love to all the family, Beth Lynn