I have sad news. I just found out that Texas Chapter member Douglas “Glenn” Cauble, passed away last year. The obituary is below. He must have renewed his membership dues in 2014 before passing. While trying to get in touch with him for his 2015 dues, we found out that he had passed. I feel bad that I am just now finding out. I will be sending a memorial on behalf of the Texas Chapter.
Glenn Cauble, 68, passed away Thursday, Nov. 13, 2014, at his Pecan Plantation home.
Memorials: Acton United Methodist Church or Habitat for Humanity, Hood County Chapter.
Glenn was born Feb. 20, 1946, in San Angelo to Douglas and Georgia McKinley Cauble. He married Mary Lowe, Aug. 19, 1972, in Caldwell, Kan. He graduated from Texas Tech University with a bachelor of science degree and a master of science degree in agricultural economics. After 33 years, he retired as a supervising land appraiser for the Texas General Land Office. He also served four years in the U.S. Air Force. Glenn was an active member of the Brazos Buzzards RC Club and attended the Pecan Plantation Breakfast Club. Glenn faithfully participated in the life of Acton United Methodist Church where he served with the United Methodist Men and many years as head usher. He loved gazing at the stars with his telescope and attending the Annual Texas Star Party. He was preceded in death by his parents; grandparents, E.G. Cauble Sr. and Mary Jane Cauble; brother-in-law, Alfred Lowe; nephew, Todd Lowe; uncles and aunts, E.G. Cauble Jr., Evelyn Cauble, Ross Callihan, Woodrow McKinley, Tom McKinley, June Elliott and Penn McKinley. Survivors: Wife of 42 years, Mary Cauble of Granbury; daughter, Bonnie Cauble Hall and husband, William, and grandson, Elliot Hall, of Chicago, Ill.; son, Christopher Cauble and wife, Sarah, of Dallas; sister-in-law, Margaret Freemyer and husband, Paul, of San Antonio; brothers-in-law, Dave Lowe and wife, Diana, of Caldwell, Kan., Dick Lowe and wife, Joyce, of Caldwell, Kan., Paul Lowe and wife, Michelle, of Florence, S.C.; aunt, Mildred Callihan of Big Spring; uncle, Stanley McKinley of Hooker, Okla.; and numerous cousins, extended family and friends.
Published in Star-Telegram on Nov. 16, 2014