Memorial Funeral Chapel

1515 South College Ave, Bryan, TX


Ernest Lucas

July 14, 1932February 2, 2020

Ernest Lucas was born on July 14, 1932 and passed away on February 2, 2020.


  • Visitation Thursday, February 6, 2020


Ernest Lucas

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Shirley Ann kellett Winn

February 9, 2020

So sorry to hear this about my old friend and coffee drinking buddy. Ernest and I spent many hours talking about various and sundry things and the woes of the world. You will be greatly missed. You were a good man and I know that God is welcoming you home. Adieu, my Friend. Godspeed.

Carolyn Craven

February 6, 2020

Uncle Earnest so sorry that I am unable to make your service but know that maybe you will see Mother and Daddy again in Heaven. You were always so great to come by and visit them in Shiro. They loved you very much. God Bless.

Erin Fickey-White

February 6, 2020

My memories always had my Nanny (Esther Bates) and Daddy Rabbit in it. Two good friends who LOVED to go dancing. Spending the times under his carport or at the dinner table. My most deepest condolences!! Rest easy. ❤

Alyssa Yates

February 6, 2020

My memory is from my childhood. My daddy was a horse trader much like Daddy Rabbit. We had a horse I had become very much attached to, "Old Man". I rode him everyday and could even ride with out a bridle and saddle. There was very strong bond between this horse and I. My dad didn't care how attached we were or how good or bad the horse was, it was just in his blood to trade. So like many others, Old Man got traded, but to my advantage, to Daddy Rabbit. Daddy Rabbit would often show up after a day of cowboying with a trailer full of horses and dogs to team ropings that we would be at. One evening much to my surprise and delight, Old Man was in the trailer. I got caught in the trailer, up on Old Man, hugging, holding on to his neck soo tight, and got a dang good scolding . The next time Daddy Rabbit showed up, Old Man was at the back of the trailer, I looked at him and he gave me the nod and said go ahead young lady, unload him and enjoy him for a bit. He made this young lady so darn happy. And anytime after that, I always got the nod. Eventually, my dad traded and got Old Man back for me, and then my dad passed less than a month later. I kept the horse for his long, spoiled life and my son eventually got to ride him as well. Just a very fond memory of a kind soul letting a young girl love and enjoy her best friend!!