Weldon Rudelle Shuck

July 8, 1926April 25, 2014

Weldon R. Shuck, 87, of Midland, Texas went to be with his Lord on Friday, April 25, 2014. Weldon was born in Bryson, Texas on July 8, 1926. He graduated from Bryson High School and continued on to receive a Degree in Civil Engineering from Texas Tech University. Weldon married Grace McCulloch on April 5, 1953; they were married 61 wonderful years. Weldon worked as a Civil Engineer for Humble & Exxon Oil Company for 36 years. He enjoyed woodworking, camping, and fishing. He was longtime member of Wally Byam Caravan Club International. He was also a longtime member of First Baptist Church. Weldon was preceded in death by his daughter, Marna Lee White. Weldon is survived by his wife, Grace Shuck; son, Roy Shuck; daughter-in-law, Chris Shuck; grandchildren, Garrett Stewart, Aaron Jarmon, and Royanna Shuck; and other family and friends. The funeral service will be held at 2:00 pm on Thursday, May 1, 2014 at Ellis Funeral Home with Bill Billett officiating. Burial will follow at Resthaven Memorial Park. Online condolences may be offered at


  • Funeral Service Thursday, May 1, 2014

Weldon Rudelle Shuck

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Pat and Louise Brantley

May 4, 2014

Grace and Family,

We are so sorry to learn Weldon passed away. We have some wonderful memories of times spend together at Airstream Rallies with the West Texas Unit, WBCCI.

Donna Robertson

April 30, 2014

May your heart be filled with memories of good times with your dad. Those memories will help you get through some tough times in the future. From your stories about him, he lived an honorable life and you probably brought lots of laughter into his life!

debbi skinner

April 30, 2014

grace and family,
you have my deepest sympathy. i used to work with you and dorothy and joyce when parker & parsley was a baby. so sorry to hear about weldon.

Jill Wolfe

April 29, 2014

Roy and family,
We are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. God bless you all!