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Timothy Stephen Wheatley Sr.
1940-2015
Timothy Stephen Wheatley Sr., 74, of Houston, passed away on Monday, July 20, 2015.
Tim was a 1959 graduate of Lamar High School and a 1968 graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University, where he was also a member of Phi Kappa Alpha. He served in the United States Air Force from 1961-1965 in the 331st Fighter Interceptor Squadron.
He is preceded in death by his wife of 29 years, Donna Wheatley and his parents, Thompson T Player Jr. and Kathleen Berthold Player. He is survived by his sons, Timothy S Wheatley Jr. of Katy and Philip P Wheatley (Kim) of Frisco, his daughter, Laura Wheatley Hughes, of Katy, his stepdaughter, Diane Grace (Jim) and stepson, Bill Scoggins (Tara), both of Houston. He also leaves behind 11 grandchildren, Kara Wolfe (Jake), Autumn Hughes, Dillon Wheatley, Kaitlyn Hughes, Hunter Wheatley, Kate Wheatley, Caroline Wheatley, John Patrick, James Patrick, Conrad Scoggins and Savannah Scoggins.
Tim will be greatly missed by many relatives, friends, and associates. He loved studying and talking about his family history and was a proud member of Sons of the American Revolution, General Society of the War of 1812 and Sons of the Confederate Veterans.
The family would like to thank the doctors, nurses and staff at MD Anderson Cancer Center for their wonderful attention that they gave our Dad over the last year.
Visitation will be on Thursday, July 23rd at Memorial Oaks Funeral Home from 6p-8p and a Graveside service will be conducted at 11am on Friday, July 24th at Glenwood Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers the Family requests a donation be made in the name of Tim Wheatley to the MD Anderson Cancer Center or the .
1940-2015
Published in Houston Chronicle on July 23, 2015
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