Billy Bob Hutson

Billy Bob Hutson
December 2, 1939 – October 10, 2017

Billy Hutson, 77, of College Station, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, October 10, 2017, in College Station surrounded by his family.

Billy Bob was born in St. Augustine, Texas, to Howard Columbus and Linnie Moore Hutson. He grew up in Nacogdoches, Texas, where he graduated from Nacogdoches High School. He was a proud member of the Fighting Texas Aggie Corp of Cadets, class of 1961, majoring in Agricultural Economics. Billy worked as a commodities broker for the Bunge Corporation in Fort Worth, TX until his retirement in 1988.

Billy was an avid football fan and supportive of all Aggie athletics leading him to return to Aggieland for retirement. He loved to read and preferred Western novels. He also enjoyed fishing and his annual trip to the deer lease with his former Corp buddies from Squadron F2.

Billy was preceded in death by his parents and sister, Alice Ann (Hutson) Muckleroy.

He is survived by his daughters: Laura Matus and husband Mark, Beth McNeill and husband Cal; grandchildren: Blane Anderson, Molly Hutson White and husband Garrett, Mark Matus, Jr. and wife Rachel, Jace McNeill, and Micah McNeill; two great grandsons: Waylon Hutson White and Walker White; along with his favorite dachshund, Tiffy.

A visitation for family and friends will be held in the Fellowship Hall at A&M United Methodist Church [College Station, TX] on Friday, October 13, 2017, beginning at 11A.M. Words of Grace will be offered at noon, follow by a light lunch reception. His family asks that ‘you come as you are’ because Billy Bob would have wanted it that way.

Private interment will be at a later date in Apple Springs, Texas. Services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers Bryan-College Station.

In lieu of flowers, a donation honoring Billy Bob’s memory may be made to the Aggieland Humane Society, 5359 Leonard Road, Bryan, Texas 77803. Online donations can be made at


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  1. RIP Billy Bob Hutson. I am happy I got to spend time with you over the past few years. What a hoot you were in life. Im positive the Heavens are laughing & rejoicing with your presence. We will miss you here on Earth. I remember you borrowing shoes from my Dad in 1980, when Laura & I graduated…it’s been a topic of laughter for the last 30+ years. I love you & my best gf Laura!

  2. Billy Bob was a 1957 classmate. We will miss him at our reunions. He was a dedicated Aggie and kept up with my brother and nephew that are Aggies.
    Our prayers are with you, the family.

  3. As a former classmate at Nacogdoches High School, I offer my sincere condolences. Billy Bob was well-liked in school, his dry, droll sense of humor always enjoyable. He was a faithful attendee at the reunions of the class of ’57, and he will be missed. My husband, Hunter, joins me in sympathy. Totsy Rucker Cunningham

  4. I am so, so sorry for your loss. I have wonderful memories of “Uncle B” and have always enjoyed the wild stories from Daddy. (Duffield) He will be missed!
    Love, Kim Terrell

  5. It’s Thanksgiving night and we are remembering our friend Billy Bob with fondness and admiration that goes way back to his youth in Nacogdoches, Texas. Our good friend and special person will always be held dear in our memories. Gods peace Billy Bob you are loved and you are missed.

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