Willie Norman Hurst

January 23, 1971June 4, 2018
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Willie Hurst was born on January 23, 1971 in Hutchison, Kansas to parents Willis Clay and Janice (Elliott) Hurst and entered into eternal rest on June 4, 2018 at the age of 47. Willie graduated from Lancaster High School and has worked for Flow Plumbing for 12 plus years. He was always friendly to everyone and never met a stranger. Willie was easy going and loved spending time with his family; especially his grandbabies. He was a collector, loved lizards and enjoyed being outdoors. Willie was an amazing man who will be missed by all who knew and loved him. Willie was preceded in death by his step-father Kenny Kitson and sister Kelly. He is survived by Karen Bailey of Kemp, mother Janice Kitson of Kemp, daughter Meagan Hill of Sanger, daughter Erika Bailey of Kemp, grandchildren; Owen, Parker, Miles, Remington and Jerry, sister Cindy Hamm of Kemp, other loving family members and many more friends.


  • Memorial Service Saturday, June 23, 2018

Willie Norman Hurst

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Tricia Fite

June 15, 2018

Willie was a great, kind and sweet person. He always had a smile on his face. You will be missed by many Willie. May you Rest In Peace!

Meagan Jannette

June 12, 2018

What can I say about you. You were the dad I always needed. You were there for my kids and myself more than my own dad. You always talked to me no judgment. You were always happy to see us and the boys. Parker keeps asking about his papa Willie and I still can’t explain to him. We love you so much Willie. You made my mom the happiest I’ve ever seen her. You loved her unconditionally. You were my dad. I miss calling the house and having our little convos about literally anything when I call to talk to mom but end up talking to you. You were greatly greatly greatly loved. I will cherish every single moment we got with you.

George Williams

June 11, 2018

Willie and my little brother Robert were best friends when I met him...
Willie always had a kind word to say each and every time I seen him I can't recall ever hearing him say anything ugly about anyone...
I remember that Willie and my little brother Robert worked for the City of Dallas and they both lived across the street from my house on Irons St. In Pleasant Grove I would always see Willie laughing and smiling playing with my children Everytime he would see them all I can say is "WOW" I truly can't believe that you are gone little brother...
I will miss you and I will always love you like you were my own blood...

Linda Williams

June 11, 2018

I meet this sweet man through my husband Willie was always smiling he smiled through all things going on he could make you laugh and he could make you feel l good about life he has a heart of gold He was our best man at Robert and my wedding even though we got married while Robert was in the hospital But Willie made it special for us Like I said he has a heart of gold and we will miss him so much. We love you Willie and miss you so much love always Robert and Linda

Penny Henderson

June 10, 2018

RIP Willie, guess you and pops are having a good time, we are so thankful for the joy you brought to our Karen and our family. I remember the day you came and helped Jerry with the porch and that night saying how glad he was that you and Karen were together. He said he could quit worrying so much about her. You will be missed and we can't question why you left us too soon, but can remember you in our memories. Until we meet again, we will remember you in love. Love, Penny.

Molly Owen

June 10, 2018

Willie!! You made me laugh, but so much more importantly - you made my sister do the same. I could see the love you had for her and her kids and their kids. We all need a moment of happiness and I am so incredibly honored to say you were hers. Thank you for also supporting my son by joining us in the walk. You had a sarcastic sense of humor and 100% fit in with our family. You are truly appreciated and will be missed dearly. Thank you for your laughter, love, and presence.

Donna Greenlee

June 8, 2018

I've known Willie for over 20 years. He was working at Flow Plumbing when I started there. He was a great guy. I will miss seeing him at work every day.