William Loving

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    - Darlene & Phillip Taylor
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    - Connie Green Hardaway
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    - Pat McShan
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William "Bill" Orr Loving passed away October 7, 2014 in Montgomery, TX. He was born in Houston, TX on November 11, 1924 to James and Roberta Loving. Bill was a native Houstonian, who met the love of his life, Betty Marie Fitzpatrick while standing in line at the Majestic Theater in downtown Houston waiting to see "Gone With The Wind". They married in May, 1942 and were lifelong partners for 69 years. Bill was a WWII veteran and served under Col. Lilley. Upon returning home he was employed by Foremost Dairy. Bill retired from Southwestern Drug and Bering Pharmaceuticals after being a salesman for 30 plus years. He was a caring and gentle man who was well respected by all. He will be greatly missed. Bill is survived by children, Jerry Benskin and husband Don, Bill Loving and wife Brenda, grandchildren, John Nichols and wife Angela, Robyn Nichols, Scott Loving, Randy Loving and wife Cristy, great grandchildren, Blake, Reagan and Dylan Nichols, Logan, Cole, Chole and Hunter Loving. The family appreciates the loving care given to our father, grandfather and great grandfather by Clarewood House, Houston, TX, Silver Hills, Montgomery, TX and Traditions Hospice. In lieu of flowers the family has requested to please make donations to Traditions Hospice (P.O. Box 9980 College Station, TX 77842) or a . You are invited to view our webpage and leave written tributes to the family at cashnerconroe.com


Published on yourconroenews.com from Oct. 8 to Oct. 21, 2014
Arrangements under the direction of:
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801 Teas Road | Conroe, TX 77303 | (936) 756-2126
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