OBITUARY

Billy Mack Doyle Sr.

January 6, 1943November 24, 2017
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Billy Mack Doyle Sr, 74, of Houston, Texas, passed away on November 24, 2017. He was born in Newport, Arkansas on January 6, 1943. Billy Mack Doyle Sr graduated from Roy Miller High School in Corpus Christi. He married Betty Jean Horak on August 14, 1971. Billy is survived by his wife Betty Jean Doyle, his children Billy Mack Doyle Jr, Byron Clay Doyle, Kevin Doyle, Michael Gilliland, Sabrina Doyle, Julie Doyle and Michelle Turner Buchanan. Also survived by his loving grandchildren Colton Buchanan, Cassandra Askin, Jessica Askin, Savannah Askin, Kadi Creel, Stella DeLaughter, Oscar DeLaughter, Julius DeLaughter, Felix DeLaughter and his sister Doris Bailey. Billy Mack Doyle was Vice President/ General Manager at A-One Chemicals and Equipment Inc. He was a member of Deer Park Chamber of Commerce. Billy had a passion for coaching baseball and managing the family business. In lieu of flowers, please make memorial contributions in Billy’s honor to:

Sagemont Beverly Hills Little League P.O. Box 34271 Houston, Texas 77234 (please make checks payable to SBHLL, tax id #76-0265996)

Or

Credit Card by calling Cheryl Arnesen(President of Sagemont Beverly Hills Little League) @ 713-459-4330

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  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, January 6, 2018

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Byron Doyle

January 6, 2018

Happy 75th Birthday Dad! I miss you and love you!

Daniel Horak

January 2, 2018

Daniel Horak

January 2, 2018

Daniel Horak

January 2, 2018

Daniel Horak

January 2, 2018

I will miss you so much my brother-in-Law Bill. We have been through a lot in the last 50 years or so. Lots of good memories I will treasure the rest of my life. May you rest in peace. May the Lord keep blessing you.

Dave Stevens

December 31, 2017

For the past decade and more, I have assisted Bill as his attorney. Bill was always a pleasure to work with and serve. More even than that, I always enjoyed my conversations with him (both on the phone and in person at his office) when, once we were off the clock, we would have the most interesting, and occasionally profound discussions on topics ranging from 1950s and 1960s baseball, the business environment in the Houston area since the 1960's, the best places to buy Kolaches in Fayette County, His Mercedes automobiles and my three 1980's vintage Mercedes diesels, certain passages of the Bible, issues we both were having with our knees, and all the fun and enjoyment he was having growing A-One and his plans for the future. A life of 74 years is a full life for many, but it seemed to me that Bill was just getting geared up for a run of another 10 or 15 years. I will always remember him as one of the most enthusiastic and upbeat men I have ever had the privilege to know and serve.

Tam Buchanan

December 28, 2017

Prayers and love

ANGELINA GENZER KRETZSCHMAR

November 30, 2017

REST IN PEACE. YOU AND YOUR FAMILY ARE IN OUR PRAYERS. MAY GOD BRING YOUR FAMILY COMFORT.

Elizabeth Pringle

November 28, 2017

So sad and shocked at the passing of Bill, such a good, caring friend of many years. His generous hospitality to all who visited the beautiful Jesus' Living Waters was beyond compare. It is hard to believe that I will no longer hear his warm, welcoming voice that made me feel so loved nor see again, with my eyes, his joy in his beloved, beautiful Betty. but my heart is rich with memories. Onward, dear Bill. onward! We will surely miss you.

Julie Doyle

November 25, 2017

It's hard to believe you're gone. We know you're with us in spirit and will be embracing all of your signs to let us know you're still with us. I love you, Dad. #RIP #dontletthesungodownonme
Julie (Doobie)

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