George McDougall
FUNERAL HOME
Porter Loring Mortuary McCullough
1101 McCullough Ave.
San Antonio, TX
MCDOUGALL
George Marshall "Barney" McDougall, Sr. born in San Antonio, Texas on July 29, 1930 passed away Friday, February, 28, 2014 surrounded by his family. He was a member of Christ Episcopal Church. Thomas Jefferson High School was Barney's alma mater where is excelled in all sports, especially football which he played from grade school to college. He attended Texas A&M and proudly served his country in the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War. He was the third generation owner and operator of McDougall Drycleaners in Alamo Heights which is now operated by his children. As a distinguished businessman, Barney served as President of the State of Texas Dry Cleaners Association. He was devoted and loving husband, father, and grandfather and a special friend to so many. He will be in our hearts forever. He was preceded in death by his daughter, Linda; and his parents, George and Bess Sexton McDougall. Barney is survived by his loving wife of 61 years, Frances; son, G. Marshall McDougall, Jr. and wife, Janet; daughter, Debra Turner; grandchildren, Patrick Ryan Turner, Travis Gaines Turner, Leslie Frances Turner, Megan Kathleen McDougall and Robert Marshall McDougall; cousins, John Knox and wife, Lillian, Doug Knox, Celesta Torres, Phyllis Sawyer and sister-in-law, Gloria Snyder and husband, Edward of Dallas. Private family services were held. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to The Wounded Warrior Project or Boysville.
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My cousin Barney was a fun loving person, with a zest for life. My Dad always enjoyed his company, especially when he moved back to Texas. My sincere condolences to Frances and the entire family.
Bob Knox
March 9, 2014
Barney was a great guy. We were sorry to learn of his passing. He will be missed.
Charlie Jeffers
March 7, 2014
I didn't know Mr. Mac for long but from what I did know he was sweet and so funny. I loved his goofy stories. I will miss his weekly visits to the cleaners.
Sandra Ramos
March 5, 2014
Mr Mac was the best . He was always,sharing funny stories or telling us a joke . It was always a joy to be around him . He will always be in my heart.
Monique Hernandez
March 5, 2014
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow
Rosenberg Supply Company
March 5, 2014
My fondest memories of Barney will be his warm smile and never ending humor. He was such a kind & thoughtful man who put his family above all. A couple of years ago, we had the fortunate experience of seeing him & Frances at the McDougall Reunion where another generation was able to meet him. He will be missed.
Barbara (Bobbie) Fitzgerald
March 5, 2014
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