OBITUARY

Charles Clayton Mezger

November 16, 1926July 25, 2018
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Charles Clayton Mezger, 91, of Marble Falls, passed away July 25, 2018. He was born in Marble Falls, Texas on November 16, 1926 to Henry Herman Mezger and Jessie Lee Burnham.

He is survived by his children, Keith Mezger, Michael Mezger and wife Elizabeth Harrison-Mezger and Sharon Mezger Justen and husband Paul Justen, grandchildren Shawn Mezger and wife Kathi Mezger, John Clayton (JC) Justen and wife Heather Justen, Melissa Carpenter and husband Chris Carpenter, Kristi Partridge and husband Jordan “Romeo” Partridge, Steffin Mezger and wife Paige Mezger, Cody Mezger, Clint Mezger and Carly Mezger and great grandchildren Braxton Mezger, Harlow Mezger and Andrew Mezger.

Services will be Sunday, July 29, 2018 at 2:00 at Clements Wilcox Funeral Home, Marble Falls, with interment at Tobey Cemetery.

Pall Bearers will be: JC Justen, Jordan Partridge, Chris Carpenter, Shawn Mezger, Steffin Mezger and Melissa Carpenter. Honorary Pall Bearers will be: Kristi Partridge and Heater Justen.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • JC Justen
  • Jordan Patrridge
  • Chris Carpenter
  • Shawn Mezger
  • Steffin Mezger
  • Melissa Carpenter
  • Kristi Patridge, Honorary
  • Heather Justen, Honorary

Services

  • Funeral Service Sunday, July 29, 2018
  • Burial Sunday, July 29, 2018
REMEMBERING

Charles Clayton Mezger

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Sharon Mezger Justen

August 2, 2018

On behalf of our entire family, thank you all for your love and support. Daddy was an amazing man and he touched so many lives in so many ways. I feel that he lives on in each of us ... he had such an influence on my life and also on the lives of my husband and our children. We were blessed to have him here with us for so many years. And he was blessed by each of you. Thank you all for helping to make daddy such a wealthy man built of love and friendship!

Cheryl Koepp

July 30, 2018

Keith, Mike, and Sharon,
My deepest sympathy to all of you in the loss of your dad. I have to share this memory with y'all. When JC delivered the eulogy and spoke about his Opa hiding arrowheads for him to find I had to smile. I remembered back when we were all kids and were at Oma and Opa's house and would walk up to the Anhalt Dance Hall to find money after the festivals they had there. I remember thinking that people sure do lose a lot of coins on the ground. :) That was until I walked around the corner and actually caught my Uncle Cooney dropping coins on the ground for us kids to find. I have so many wonderful memories of him and was certainly blessed to have such a special uncle!

Vickie Warren

July 29, 2018

My first cousin is Mary Petty of Marble Falls. Her husband, Jim, took us down to his place one afternoon so I could experience the tour of his incredible museum. It was an afternoon that I will never forget and being around such an extraordinarily wonderful and interesting man. The memories I'll cherish forever and am honored to have met him. May he rest in peace and my prayers go out to the family. Vickie Warren, San Antonio, Tx.

Arlene Jones

July 29, 2018

We have been long time friends with Cooney. We had spent lots of time fishing at the pond. As well as helping him with his hay hauling. And helped out with other things around the place. Our kids loved his muesum and he shared his arrowhead collection with us. He loved showing them and talking about them. We also picked blackberries and he shared extra plants we us. We also took him loads of bread for the fish. We hauled fertilizer from the sheep pens...such fun. He was loved and highly thought of by all.
Cooney, you will be missed but you are resting peacefully in his arms. God bless and Rest in Peace
Al, Arlene, Alan and Kaycii Jones

Katherine Hilton

July 26, 2018

Keith, Mike, Sharon, and all of your loved ones,
Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers at this time. May God comfort you in this time of loss, and may you have happy memories of "Cooney" and find the peace that passes all understanding.
Katherine and Craig Hilton

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