Robbye Waldron

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  • "Robbye was the first person who we met when we were house..."
    - Terry Eamon
  • "Vicki and family, I am so sorry to have learned of Robbye's..."
    - Kim Pylinski
  • "Vicki D., our thoughts and prayers are with you & the boys...."
  • "Robbye was one of a kind and will be missed by all those..."
    - Bob Ogle
  • "My prayers goes out to the Family and love ones"
    - Ralph Waldron
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April29, 1941-January11, 2013

Robbye R. Waldron passed away on Friday at home in Alvin, Texas. He passed peacefully and with his wife at his side.

Robbye is preceded in death by his parents Ralph and Mary Waldron. He is survived by his wife, Vicki Waldron of Alvin. Sons, James B. Waldron of Alto, TX. Corey L. Henderson of Graham, TX. Robert Todd Waldron of Stonewall, LA. and Jeffrey B Morrison-Waldron of Alvin. Robbye had ten grandchildren, which he enjoyed each and every one of them.

Robbye was a shareholder and co-founder of the Waldron & Schneider Law Firm, and has been practicing law since 1969. He was a graduate of McMurry College, University of Texas School of Law in Austin. Robbye is a decorated Vietnam War Veteran, and served as Chairman of the Board, CEO, CFO, and President for private corporations and banking entities.

Besides enjoying a private practice of law as an Elder Law practitioner, he served as a Bankruptcy Trustee for the Southern District of Texas and has done this for the past twenty-one (21) years. Robbye was a former municipal judge, a certified mediator, disbursing agent, trustee in chapter 7 and 11 bankruptcies and served on numerous civic and social organizations in the Clear Lake area. He was instrumental in getting Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts started in Seabrook. He also served on Seabrook City Council.

In lieu of flowers the families suggest that donations be made to The Boy Scouts of America, Sam Houston Area Council, Action Ministries at PO box 35702 Houston, Texas 77235, or to MD Anderson Thyroid Cancer Research Department.

Published on from Jan. 13 to Jan. 26, 2013
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