R.M. "Buzz" Prince

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Ralph M. "Buzz" Prince, 80 of Magnolia, Texas, passed away, Saturday, December 20, 2014 at Park Plaza Specialty Hospital in the Houston Medical Center.

A celebration of life service will be held at 2:00 pm, Friday, December 26th at Klein Funeral Home at 14711 FM 1488, Magnolia, Texas, 77354. Pastor Scott Zbylot will be officiating. Burial will follow there at Klein Cemetery in Magnolia. Friends may attend the viewing Friday at 1:00 and followed by services at 2:00. Memorial donations may be made to the Those wishing to sign the guestbook may do so online at Never-Gone.com.

Buzz was born December 29th, 1933 in Pollard, Arkansas to Charles and Gladys (West) Prince. On April 5th, 1957 he married Patricia Ann Hayes in Dothan, Alabama. Buzz was the owner and proprietor of Outback Western World in Magnolia for over 19 years. Prior to the conception of Outback, he was in the Real Estate Development Industry. He also proudly served in the US Army and was a proud and patriotic American. He spent the later years of his life after Outback on the farm enjoying time with his wife, children, and grandchildren. Buzz is survived by his wife of 57 years, and 7 children. His children are PM "Bear" Prince and wife Sassie, Pamela Marks and husband Bruce, Cheryl Devore and husband Jon, Marilyn Davis and husband Russell, Tricia Smith, Tonja Kaiser and Chuck and wife Pam. He is also survived by 36 grandchildren and great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a twin sister, Ruth Marilyn, his parents, 3 brothers and two other sisters.

He was generous and believed that a man's wealth was not measured by material things but by the number of people you impacted in a positive way through your life. He has left us on earth but will always remain with us in our hearts.

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Klein Funeral Home - Magnolia Woodlands
14711 FM 1488
Magnolia, TX 77355
(281) 252-3428
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