GARY RAULTSON, 61 of Paris

Gary Raulston, 61 of Paris , passed away August 29 in Dubuis Hospital of Paris.  The Family will hold memorial services Monday, September 5 at 2:00pm in Wood Funeral Homes with Vernon Thompson speaking.

He was born October 2, 1954 in California, the son of Billy Max and Eleanor Jeanne Phipps Raulston.  He was preceded in death by his parents and his grandparents, Vaudie and Vera Phipps and Elmer and Adelia Raulston.

He is survived by his sons, Billy Max Raulston. Chuck Barnes, and Mike Bryant; brother, Bruce Raulston and wife, Karie; sister, Debra Walch and husband, Lou; grandchildren:  Hannah Raulston, McKinzee Mays, Hunter Max Raulston, Tristan Warren, Faith Fickey, Johnny Bryant, Alexas Bryant and Auto Bryant; nieces and nephews, Angela, Cade, Kara, Kyle, Cort, Coda, Morgan, and Alex.


    Bill we are very sorry for you and you’re families loss our prayers are with you all.

  2. Vickey Kay Luman says:

    Bruce, Debbie, Angie & Family – we re sorry about the loss of Gary.
    We pray for God to comfort each of you during this time of sorrow.
    Angie told me last week that Gary was in ICU – I didn’t know he was in Paris – I thought he was in Brownsville. Sending our love and prayers to all of you.

  3. Autumn Barnes says:

    My deepest sympathies to you all in the loss of Gary. I never got to meet him personally but I know I got to know and see him in Chuck. My heart aches for you all, as it is always a pain like no other to lose someone you have loved and created memories with your entire life. However, I am so thankful he had a family who loved him unconditionally and can find comfort that he is no longer suffering. Many prayers and loving thoughts to you all.

  4. Dawl Long says:

    To the Raulston Family,

    So sorry to hear that Gary has passed. I knew and worked with Gary at Brookshire’s. Have a lot of fond memories of those days working with Gary. While it has been 35 + yrs since I last spoke to Gary it was such a shock to hear of his passing. May God’s comfort be with each of you during this time of loss.

    Dawl and Terri Long

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