Charles Louis Cluxton

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Charles Louis Cluxton passed away peacefully at his home surrounded by his family in Montgomery, Texas on April 10th 2013 at age 73. He was born February 22, 1940 to Charles W. Cluxton and Genevieve P. Cluxton. Charles graduated from Willis High School and attended Sam Houston State University. He worked for Texaco Chemical for 29 years and retired from Huntsman Chemical in 2000.

Funeral services for Charles will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, April 15th, 2013 at Montgomery United Methodist Church in Montgomery with Rev. Hiram "Doc" Jones officiating. Visitation will be held on Sunday April 14th, 2013 from 4 pm to 6 pm at Sam Houston Funeral Home in Montgomery.

Charles was preceded in death by both parents. He is survived by his loving wife and best friend, Betty Ann; daughters Cheryl Belajonas, Jeanne Lopez, and husband Frank of California, Kimberly Dooley and husband Scott of The Woodlands, Texas, Tracy Greene, and husband Tim of Montgomery, Texas, Angie Hassell and husband James of Bryan, Texas and son Cary McKown of Montgomery, Texas; grandchildren Liam Dooley, Chris Hassell, Ryan Hassell, Cassidy Hassell, Austin Greene, Ashlyn Greene, Lauren Greene, Andreaa Villanueva; two great grandchildren Collin and Quinn Villanueva; brother, Paul E. Cluxton and wife Mary Ann.

Charles was a Master Mason of the San Jacinto Lodge No. 106 and a Knight Templar of Melrose Commandery No. 109, a member of the North Houston Council 472, R.A.M. and the North Houston Council 387 R.&S.M. and a lifetime member of the Montgomery County Fair Association. He was a past president of the Willis School Board and past member of the Conroe Noon Day Lions Club. Charles was a faithful member of the Montgomery United Methodist Church and served with Montgomery Methodist Food Pantry.

Some of Charles's favorite moments were times spent with family and friends. He enjoyed his weekly lunches with his many friends, watching early western movies and spending time in the garden. He was an active runner and swimmer and had a passion for living healthy. Charles will always be remembered for his very green thumb and love of gardening. He always enjoyed sharing his wonderful vegetables and beautiful flowers with others. He will always be in our hearts.

Any donations can be made to the Montgomery Methodist Food Pantry, P. O. Box 1330, Montgomery, Texas 77356 in his memory. You are invited to leave memorial condolences to his family on our website at www.shmfh.com


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Published on yourconroenews.com from Apr. 12 to Apr. 25, 2013