Claude Lee Brock

Claude “Doc” Lee Brock, 48, of College Station, passed away Sunday February 19, 2012 at Baylor Medical Center in Dallas. Funeral services will be 2:00 p.m. Friday February 24, 2012 at Community Bible Church in College Station. Visitation will be 6 – 8 p.m. Thursday February 23, 2012 at Callaway-Jones Funeral Home in Bryan.

Doc was born in Texas City, Texas on November 11, 1963. He had lived here for 10 years having moved from Conway, Missouri. Doc was a Southern Baptist and a member of College Station First Baptist Church. He worked as a master technician and service manager for Tom Light Chevrolet. Doc had also loved serving as a paramedic for Life Flight.

Doc loved the Aggies and building models. He also loved judging the annual Hobby Shop contest. Doc was a wonderful husband, father, son, son-in-law, brother and friend to all. Family and friends were everything to him. Doc loved the military and served in the U.S. Air Force. He was a member of the American Legion and was a true patriot.

Survivors include his wife Babette Brock; mother, Neely Sue Brock; sons, Jesse Byron Brock and Adam Patrick Rotert, all of College Station; brothers and sisters-in-law, Jimmie and Kathy Brock, of Dallas, Bobby and Cindy Brock, of Selah, Washington; several nieces and nephews and numerous cousins.


  1. Babette, Mom, Jesse, Adam, Jimmie, Bobby and family,

    I am immensely sorry for your loss. Words only tell a small part of his love for the Lord, his family, and his country. A wonderfully kind and caring man, Doc was a true image of God’s Greatness. I still do not understand God’s plan in life but I can tell you with absolute conviction that he is at home with our Lord and will be once again united with us in the name of our savior, The Lord Jesus Christ. John 3:16

  2. Babette, Sue, Jimmy and Bobby, how little Casper the Friendly Ghost will be missed. My heart goes out to each and everyone of you. I loved that little boy who went flying through the house with a dish cloth on his back, playing Casper. I wish I could be at the funeral. I’d love to see all of you. May God bless each of you. Pat

  3. Although it had been many years since we’d seen each other, I have never forgotten you, Casper! Your family were the first friends we made when we moved to Alvin, and always remained the dearest friends.
    You will be missed by so many! I’ll be praying for strength for your family!
    Love you and will see you soon, Casper!

  4. To express our deep sympathy to you on your loss. We thank Claude for serving our country in the U.S. Air Force & being a member of The American Legion. Because of your service & other young men & women we have our freedom in this great country. May God’s Speed Be With This Airman & His Family.
    John Hince

  5. Babette, Jesse, and Adam:

    I am so sad to hear of Doc’s passing. I will always have special memories of him helping with the Tiger Tailgates cooking on a hot grill covered in sweat but ready to do anything that needed doing. God bless you.

  6. Babette, Jesse & Adam,
    I wish I could be there to offer you all a hug in this time of sorrow. Just know that I am there in spirit and I love you all. Doc was a good man, may he rest in peace. You are all in my prayers.
    God Bless,

  7. Babette, I didn’t work with Doc all that much, but I will always remember that in the evenings while working as cashier at Tom Light Chevrolet, as he would leave in the evening I’d tell him to have a good evening and he’d always say, “See Ya!” This past weekend as I was coming home from visiting my family; I was between Fort Worth and Waco and I heard Doc saying that to me three times. Then I received a text that said about meeting up with him again and I questioned text and person sending the text said to meet Doc in heaven when the time came. I hope this gives you comfort knowing that Doc is not in any more pain and is in heaven with Jesus rejoicing because he is home with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. I love you and will be praying for you. Pray for peace and comfort and healing for you and your family. Sincerely, Teresa

  8. It has been at least 40 years since I saw “little Claude”. He was the wonderful little brother and busy buddy of our precious neighbors, the Brocks. The Crumms and the Brocks were the bedrock of our Heights Road area and we shared fun and faith and some challenging times. Our love and prayers to Sue, Jimmy, Bobby, Babette and the rest of the family. May God provide for your every need and comfort you with His wonderful grace!

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