OBITUARY

Charles "Dusty" Mickey Jr.

March 13, 1954July 28, 2018
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Charles “Dusty” Mickey, Jr., 64, of College Station, passed away July 28, 2018 in College Station after his 18 year battle with cancer. Dusty was born March 13, 1954 at Lackland AFB, San Antonio, Texas, the son of Betty and Charles D. Mickey, Sr.

Dusty was retired from his long-time employment at Lloyd Joyce Agri Services where he was manager for many years, Dusty enjoyed the agriculture service business and he quickly became friends with the ranchers and farmers in the area. Dusty was an honest, trusted and loyal friend to many, many people that will surely miss his quick-witted humor and eagerness to help others. Charlie could be found each morning at the Wellborn store discussing local events with his coffee club. His small community of Wellborn became his extended family. If Dusty had a weakness, it was his grandsons, whom he spent all his time with, those were his most cherished moments.

Charlie “Dusty” was preceded in death by his wife Mary in 2016 and his father, Charles D. Mickey, Sr.

Survivors include his mother, Betty Mickey of League City; daughter, Donna Mickey of Dallas; sister, Susan Mickey & her husband David Jump of Kerrville, brother Kenneth Ray Mickey of Lufkin, and grandchildren, Thomas Stinson, Ralph Stinson V, and Austin Mickey, numerous cousins, nieces and nephews.

The family will receive friends from 5:00 to 8:00 PM, Wednesday, August 1st at Memorial Funeral Chapel in College Station. Services are scheduled for 9:30 AM, Thursday, August 2nd at Memorial Funeral Chapel in College Station. Burial will follow at Wellborn Cemetery.

Services

  • VISITATION Wednesday, August 1, 2018
  • FUNERAL SERVICE Thursday, August 2, 2018
REMEMBERING

Charles "Dusty" Mickey Jr.

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Susan Headdy

August 3, 2018

Charla Jarrell

August 1, 2018

You will be forever in my heart Uncle Charlie!! I love you

Laura Thompson

July 31, 2018

My heart is shattered!! I’m going to miss you terribly, you have always been such a tough inspiration to me!! My memories will be cherished forever!! Although this photo is super old, it will always be my favorite!! Love you Dusty, give everyone a big hug from me!!!

Jamie Schultea

July 30, 2018

Today and always, may loving memories bring you peace, comfort, and strength.

David Jump

July 30, 2018

Toughest man in the world.... you will always be loved and missed by so many... My heart is heavy, I love you cowboy!

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Biography

Charles “Dusty” Mickey, Jr., 64, of College Station, passed away July 28, 2018 in College Station after his 18 year battle with cancer. Dusty was born March 13, 1954 at Lackland AFB, San Antonio, Texas, the son of Betty and Charles D. Mickey, Sr.

Dusty was retired from his long-time employment at Lloyd Joyce Agri Services where he was manager for many years, Dusty enjoyed the agriculture service business and he quickly became friends with the ranchers and farmers in the area. Dusty was an honest, trusted and loyal friend to many, many people that will surely miss his quick-witted humor and eagerness to help others. Charlie could be found each morning at the Wellborn store discussing local events with his coffee club. His small community of Wellborn became his extended family. If Dusty had a weakness, it was his grandsons, whom he spent all his time with, those were his most cherished moments.

Charlie “Dusty” was preceded in death by his wife Mary in 2016 and his father, Charles D. Mickey, Sr.

Survivors include his mother, Betty Mickey of League City; daughter, Donna Mickey of Dallas; sister, Susan Mickey & her husband David Jump of Kerrville, brother Kenneth Ray Mickey of Lufkin, and grandchildren, Thomas Stinson, Ralph Stinson V, and Austin Mickey, numerous cousins, nieces and nephews.

The family will receive friends from 5:00 to 8:00 PM, Wednesday, August 1st at Memorial Funeral Chapel in College Station. Services are scheduled for 9:30 AM, Thursday, August 2nd at Memorial Funeral Chapel in College Station. Burial will follow at Wellborn Cemetery.