Clements-Wilcox Funeral Home

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Alan Hicks

December 10, 1934July 14, 2020

Alan Webster Hicks, 85, passed away July 14, 2020. He was born December 10, 1934 in Wagoner, OK to James Amos Hicks and Pearl Johnston Hicks. He accepted Jesus as his Savior on October 21, 1945. Alan and Mary Sullivan were married on June 10, 1955 and just celebrated 65 years together. His parents, 4 brothers J.C., Bill, Charles & Kenny and a 17-month-old son Christopher Hicks, precede him in death. Alan is survived by his wife Mary of the home, 2 sons James Alan Hicks (Sharon) of Eaton, OH and H. Bryan Hicks (Catherine) of Marble Falls, 5 grandchildren Christopher “Kiefer” Hicks of Cambridge, MA; Duncan Hicks (Amanda) of Austin, TX; Bradley Webster Hicks (Sarah) of Chicago, IL; Amanda Hicks Williams (Tyler) of Kansas City, MO; and Scott Hicks of Chicago, IL; and a sister Joy Vanlandingham of Sapula, OK. Alan spent a number of years in retail management; he worked as an insurance investigator and adjuster. The 20 or so years before retirement were spent working in the oil industry as a special projects manager, writing and presenting papers to the society of petroleum engineers. He was quite active in computer design in oil field equipment. After retirement, he became an avid woodworker. His greatest joy was in building and giving the finished product as a gift to others. Another hobby was fishing; he spent many hours in his boat with good friends on our wonderful lakes. Alan started attending college at about the same time our boys started college. He received an Associates Degree while living in Big Spring, TX before moving to Burnet. Alan was a member of First Baptist Church, Burnet. He loved studying his Bible and teaching Sunday school, which he did from age 17 to 80. Music was an important part of his life, as a young man he sang in men’s quartets; he was a substitute choir director at a couple of small churches in Oklahoma and West Texas. He played baritone in high school band and enjoyed playing it for church one Sunday night about 6 years ago for 5th Sunday Program. Memorials can be made to First Baptist Church Building Fund or Missions. Arrangements were entrusted to Clements-Wilcox Funeral Home in Burnet. Condolences may be given at www.clementswilcoxburnet.com.


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Chuck & Betsy Lacallade

July 23, 2020

Betsy and I are so sorry for your loss. It sounds like your father had a full and fruitful life. Our prayers are with you and Catherine.

Don Lutz

July 21, 2020

We are so happy that Alan is completely whole and smiling that wonderful smile as he celebrates every moment with our Lord! He was always such a positive influence to everyone in our church. Our thoughts and prayers are with Mary and the rest of the family. The loving memories of all those Wonderful years can never be taken from you.

Kathy Vaughn

July 18, 2020

Special memories of our home bible studies with Alan teaching and encouraging us to go deeper and memorize the word.
I can still see his smile and hear that sweet laugh of his. Precious friend now rejoicing with Jesus.

zadie wisdom

July 18, 2020

Bryan so sorry for your lose. God bless you and your loved ones and family.

Teresa Griggs

July 17, 2020

I will never forget the kindness Alan showed toward me and my son, Jacob Noack when we started coming to FBC In Burnet! Alan was certainly a servant of the Lord! He will be Jesus right hand man! I will always remember our mission trip to Mexico. Alan always had a smile on his face and kiss for everyone! I will never forget him!

Ken & Karen Chism

July 17, 2020

Bryan & Catherine,
We are so sorry for your family's loss.
We will be lifting you up in prayer through this time.

Ron Marsha Moore

July 16, 2020

Mary and family,
May our loving Lord comfort you during this time. We will all be together one day!
Much love, thoughts, and prayers for you and your family, Marsha & Ron Moore


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