OBITUARY

Russell M. Skeen

August 29, 1952February 4, 2021
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"Russell Mark Skeen born August 29th 1952, passed peacefully in his own home in Austin, Texas February 4th 2021.

He is survived by his two daughters Natalie Skeen and Melody Skeen as well as his grandson Nathan Skeen. He was a beloved father, grandfather, son, and brother.

We will forever carry his memory in our hearts."

Services

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, February 23, 2021

  • Graveside Service

    Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Memories

Russell M. Skeen

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Connie Spivey

February 23, 2021

My husband Mike Spivey knew Russell from way back in the early Oak Hill era. Our son Dylan was best friends with his son Nathan. He was at our house alot during that time. Who knew we would also become extended Family through our Grandson Nathan. We enjoyed many Birthday parties at Granny Franny's house in the early Years .She was such a gracious Lady. We would like to extend our deepest sympathy, prayers of peace to the entire Family of Russell Skeen. We also wish you the ability to find healing in the weeks and days ahead. From the Family of Mike & Connie Spivey.

Dennis Case

February 21, 2021

Russell and I were friends and next door neighbors for over thirty years. We shared many long talks through these years about our own work experiences and common friends.I watched his young son Nathan grow and tried to help Russell cope with Nathan's death years later. I got to know Russell's mother when I'd help drive her car back to her after servicing.She was a kind and loving woman and their love for each other was evident for any to see.
Russell would help anyone who needed help and was an honorable man who kept his word and spoke his words with care.
I will miss talking and visiting with Russell and my wife Sandra and I wish to convey our condolences to his family and friends.

Jim Meeks

February 11, 2021

I met Russell several years back when his antique AC failed. Russell & I are the same age & we became good friends . We enjoyed sharing memories about old Austin and swapping tales of numerous youthful misadventures of yesteryear.
In recent years I'd often stop by just to see how he was doing.
Russel was a "real" man & a "good guy". l'll think of him fondly & often.










Jim Meeks

February 11, 2021

I met Russell several years back when his antique AC failed. Russell & I are the same age & we became good friends . We enjoyed sharing memories about old Austin and swapping tales of numerous youthful misadventures of yesteryear.
In recent years I'd often stop by just to see how he was doing & send up a few smoke signals.
Russel was a "good guy" and l'll think of him fondly & often.










robert kutch

February 10, 2021

I will miss my cousin and friend and take comfort in knowing that he is in a better place now. I have a lifetime of wonderful memories and will always remember him.

Bobby Kutch

Gary Kutch

February 8, 2021

There are far too many memories to share. He was my cousin. We grew up together. Sending my sincere condolences. He will be missed; a lot.

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