OBITUARY

Texe Marrs

July 15, 1944November 23, 2019
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Texe Marrs (age 75) passed from this life to his heavenly home with his Savior, Jesus Christ, on November 23, 2019 at his home in Spicewood.. He was born to Troy Marrs, Sr., and Josephine Marrs on July 15, l944, in Fred, Texas. He graduated from Port Neches-Groves High School, Port Neches, in 1962 and joined the United States Air Force the next day for a stellar career of 20 years of service.

Texe was predeceased by his parents, his brothers Joe Edward Marrs, Houston and Troy Marrs, Jr., Houston; his sisters Shirley McConnell, Lumberton, Tx, and Joyce Carter, Lumberton, Tx; and his beloved daughter, Sharon Kaye Rogers Norris of Dripping Springs. Survivors include his wife, Wanda, sister Sharon (Gary) Peltier, Charlestown, IN, Philip Carter, brother-in-law, Lumberton, and Maritza Marrs, Houston, sister Essie Holder, Austin, sister-in-law Bonnie Marrs Smith, Houston, son Steve Rogers (Teri) Ventura, Ca and grandchildren Daniel, Jessica of Ventura, CA and Elizabeth Schneider (Nick) great grandchildren Judah and Colbie of Conifer, CO; grandson Brian Rogers (Tess) and great grandchildren Alyssa, Cody, Abigail Kaye and Colton, of New Braunfels, along with numerous nephews and nieces. Texe was an ordained minister and pastor of Bible Home Church (biblehomechurch.org). He and his wife, Wanda, founded Living Truth Ministries in l985 and later in 1999 changed the name to Power of Prophecy and RiverCrest Publishing. He has authored over 55 books, including three #1 international bestsellers. He retired as a captain from U.S. Air Force after 20 years. He served on the faculty of the University of Texas at Austin for five years and also taught political science and psychology for two other universities. A Summa Cum Laude honoree at Park University, he earned his graduate degree at North Carolina State University.

He finished his most recent book, Psychopaths: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, which is to be released December 1. It can be purchased at RiverCrest Publishing.

Services with military honors to be at 1 p.m. Wednesday, November 27, 2019, Cook Walden Mortuary, 6300 William Cannon Drive, Austin, TX.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Texe’s name, to Bible Home Church or RiverCrest Publishers, 4819 R.O. Drive, Suite 102, Spicewood, TX 78669.

Services

  • Funeral Service

    Wednesday, November 27, 2019

  • Reception

    Wednesday, November 27, 2019

  • Graveside Service

    Wednesday, November 27, 2019

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bob di vecchio

April 27, 2020

a Godly prohet of our time. .he will be surely missed.

Shawn Watts

April 21, 2020

I didnt know Tex personally but only from his power of prophesy radio show .I was out of touch for awhile so when I could not find him on the air I decided to look him up and my heart has been broken for my brother Tex I will miss every Sunday till our Lord comes to take us all home. Sincerely Shawn watts


Susan Palmer

April 10, 2020

So sorry for the loss of this Christian soldier, but obviously he
had fulfilled the earthly assignments the Lord had given to him.
I read two of his books that were given to me by a friend back in
the 1980's, the contents of which stayed with me all this time...
but I never thought I'd see these things in MY lifetime. (I am 65.)
So glad that Mr. Marrs had the courage to write what he did in a
time when he must have been regarded as a nut....and now we have legal euthanasia, abortion up to 9 months and then some, and the enemy arising out of the East.......yet, through it all, seeing more and more miracles.....Thank you for the early warnings Mr. Marrs!

John Harris

March 25, 2020

My heart hurts but at the same time I am overjoyed that this strong, brave Christian Man is with our Lord and Savior.
I have read most if not all of his books, he was certainly a great truth teller.

Tracy Arant

February 14, 2020

I was introduced to Texe via Shortwave Radio in 2002.
The LORD woke me up on that Day of Infamy September 11 2001.
Every Saturday evening for years I had a Date with Texe listening to the Power of Prophecy Program.
When one wakes up to what is happening in the Evil world; you lose so called relationships or really have no desire to be apart of this world. Not that I did much anyway. I thank God He called me out and introduced me to Texe and many others. I finally got the Honor to meet Texe and Wanda in 2009 at a Butch Paugh Conference.
I introduced myself and he knew who I was immediately. Internetsurfergirl...He asked if I would right then and there pray for him so he could do his speak there at the conference. I said it would be an honor. He spoke and left shortly after. I knew he was not well and on a decline. Many of you said he was a kind gentlemen and I could not agree more. Texe you are so loved and missed. I do not miss you back here cause like Joan Veon you are with our LORD and Savior Jesus Christ.

Bob Anderson

January 28, 2020

Read all of texe’s books and watched his videos too. Didn’t know he passed away, so many good patriots and Christ warriors passing away. I love this guy and someday will shake his hand


John Nist

January 12, 2020

I first became aware of Texe's passing yesterday when I received my monthly copy of Power Of Prophecy.

America has lost another one of it's greatest citizens.

Michael Mehaffey

November 26, 2019

Texe, though I never met him impacted my life very positively. I believe Texe is a genuine man of God, a rare attribute in these last days. Thank you Texe for your life. I hope one day to meet him in person.

Steven Anderson

November 26, 2019

I had the pleasure of meeting Brother Texe Marrs in person and spending a few hours talking with him, and my impression of him was that he was a sincere, genuine Christian man. The attribute that stood out to me the most was his kindness. I'm thankful for his life and work.

Amit Singh

November 25, 2019

A fearless man who would not mince words which were always concise and polite. Mr. Marrs leaves shoes which will be very hard to fill considering the level of his thoroughness and competence. I will pray for the eternal peace to his soul.

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