Lawrence “Larry” Mauldin
July 30, 1944 – July 14, 2017
Larry Mauldin, 72, of Bryan, passed away on Friday, July 14, 2017, in Bryan. A visitation will be from 5 until the time of the Rosary at 7 pm on Tuesday, July 18, 2017, at the funeral home. Mass of Christian Burial will be at 10 am, Wednesday, July 19, 2017, at Christ the Good Shepherd Chapel, 600 South Coulter Drive, Bryan. Larry will be laid to rest along side his wife Billie in Rest-Ever Memorial Park in Bryan. Officiating services is Rev. Msgr. John McCaffrey of St. Joseph Catholic Church. Life Tribute Services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers Bryan-College Station.
Larry Mauldin was born in Bryan, Texas on July 30, 1944, to Floyd and Theo Manire Mauldin. Larry was committed to serving his country in the United States Air Force achieving the rank of Staff Sargent. He returned to Bryan, in 1971, and married his bride at St. Joseph Church, in the Marian Chapel. Larry and Billie shared forty years of marriage together raising three children Richard, Edward, and Ron. Larry had a passion for his career as a letter carrier in which he carried parcels for thirty years regardless of the weather conditions. To his family, Larry was their all time golf champion. He enjoyed playing on various golf courses in the area and had a great story to share afterward. The world of baseball has suffered the loss of the most avid fan of Astro Baseball. This was a fan that could recall stats of many Astro players from earlier seasons. In all loyalty to Texas sports, he supported the Dallas Cowboys. Larry loved his children and his grandchildren were his world. He was Catholic in faith and shared his beliefs with all his friends and family.
Preceding him in death are his wife Billie Galindo Mauldin; his parents; his siblings Floyd, Virgil, Wilma, and Richard; his brother-in-law Gene Mafhetty.
He is survived by his family Richard Mauldin (Bella Gamboa), Edward T. Ramirez and wife Michele Ramirez, and Ron G. Ramirez; his brother Charlie Mauldin and wife Jeaneen, and Winfred Mauldin; his five grandchildren Amanda, Brianna, Chelsea, Noah, Louis; and a host of other family and friends.
Larry’s family would like to express their sincere appreciation to the Staff of St. Joseph Manor especially, Victor, Natalie, and Tane; The Traditions Hospice Staff, Mickey, Felicia, Chester, John Lampo for the daily calls, and Chaplain Rick Bell. The family epically acknowledges Felicia Espinoza and Johnny Galindo for all the prayer and spiritual guidance shared with Larry during this time.
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