Chester R. Hastings

Waco, Texas

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So sorry to hear about your loss. We were neighbors on Kiowa Lane. We still miss you both.

Words cannot express how my heart goes out to you at this time in your life. My late husband taught at MCC for many years and I was privileged to get to know Dr. Hastings through Paul. I remember Dr. Hastings as such a gentleman with a warm smile.

So very sorry to hear of Chester's passing.

You are in my prayers. Lorye Carter-Reed (daughter of your deceased neighbor, Freddye)

I am sorry to hear of Chester's passing. Our acquaintance and subsequent professional relationship extends over sixty years. He was my brother's civics teacher in 1851 and my tenth grade history teacher in 1954 at Harlandale. Eventually, we worked together in the Baylor School of Education. I always thought of him as a kind and gentle person. I shall miss his presence at the various Baylor functions.

Wanda and I extend our deepest condolences to you and the family.

A true gentleman and wise professional mentor. Rest in peace. Comfort to the family.

Thoughts and prayers to the family!!

Terri, So very sorry for your loss. Your family is in my prayers.

I am so very sorry for your loss. You all are certainly in my prayers.


Chester's Obituary

Chester Hastings passed away in Waco, Texas. Funeral Home Services for Chester are being provided by Grace Gardens Funeral Home. The obituary was featured in Waco Tribune-Herald on February 18, 2013.