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Eugene C. Christian
March 13, 1940 - Nov. 1, 2017
Eugene C. Christian, 77, anesthetized abroad Wednesday, November 1, 2017, at his home in Lacy Lakeview, Texas. Services will be captivated at 10 a.m., Tuesday, November 7, at Wilkirson -Hatch-Bailey Burial Home, with Marvin Whittenburg and Harley Gordon officiating. Burial will chase at Waco Memorial Park. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m., Monday, November 6, at the burial home.
Gene was built-in in Marlin, Texas, March 13, 1940, to Olin C. and Laura Christian. He was the earlier brother to 11 siblings. He entered the Navy in 1958 on the associate affairs with Elze Knecht, area he acquired his GED, ranked as Apprentice Petty Officer Third Class, and completed and acquired the acceptance as Boiler and Feed Water Testing and Treatment Tech on the USS Shangri-la, accustomed at Puget Sound Naval shipyard in 1960. After an Honorable Discharge, he met and affiliated Patricia Ann Twigg, additionally of Marlin in 1963. They confused to Waco area Gene formed at Braswell Bales Lines as one of the youngest terminal managers in Waco. During this aeon of time, he completed courses at Durham Business College, accord courses from Texas A&M in bales and traffic, and abounding the Dale Carnegie Courses. In 1965 he accustomed a position with Yellow Bales Lines, as operations administrator after acceptable terminal manager. In 1981 he started his own bales business, Christian Transportation Inc., which is currently still in operation. Gene was a affiliate of Sanger Avenue Baptist Church, area he accomplished Sunday academy and was advancing as a Deacon in 1975. He after confused his associates to Beacon Hill Baptist Church, area it remained until his death. Gene was not advised an calm blazon of individual; he played the guitar, camped, fished, hunted, rode 4-wheelers and clay bikes, played golf, enjoyed disposed to his yard, landscaping, and agronomical - annihilation outdoors. If you anytime had any conversations with Gene, you would bound apperceive that he was a Godly man, kind, affable and humble. He was actual generous, not alone in time but with patience.
Gene is preceded in afterlife by his ancestor and mother, Olin and Laura Christian; his admiring wife, Patricia Twigg Christian; his admired brother, Jerry Christian of Marlin; and sisters, Della Whitaker of Chilton, Carolyn Brooks of Oklahoma City, Diane Kemp of Riesel.
He is survived by sisters, Freda Lockhart, Patsy Borak, Linda Jackson, Judy Patterson, Lynn Chaney; brothers, Olin and Terry Christian; his daughter, Kimberly Lake and husband, Chad, and grandson, Hunter, of Longview; his son, Timothy Christian and wife, Shirley, of Colorado Springs, and grandson, Fred and wife, Mariah, granddaughter, Erika and husband, Jason, and granddaughters, Christina and Donna; great-grandsons, Adrian, Easton and Logan; and great granddaughter, Courtney.Pallbearers will be John Patterson, Charles Embrey, Randy Goeke, Kenneth Freeman, John Santos, Mark McKee, and Mike Whilet. Honorary pallbearers will be Elze Knecht and James Underwood.
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