OBITUARY

Gene A. Gault

March 4, 1935March 24, 2019
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Gene A. Gault, age 84, of Taylor Texas passed away on March 24, 2019. Gene loved his family, cars and football. Gene played on the best 6 Man Football team in Texas for the Pflugerville High School Panthers in 1953. He married his high school sweetheart after graduating high school, Dottie Vorwerk. Gene and his family lived all over Texas before settling in Austin where Gene owned GAG Used Car Sales on East First Street in downtown Austin before operating the family owned Mobile Home Haven where the family lived on and off over many years. Dot and Gene loved travelling in their RV, living in Rockport and Lake Whitney, TX, spending summers in Cloudcroft, NM and travelling with an RV Club all over Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas. They have lived in Taylor for the past 7 years. He is survived by his loving wife, Dottie, of 64 years, son Dennis and his wife Karen, daughter Sheryl, granddaughter Jessica and husband Darin, grandson Ryan, grandson Joshua, great-grandson Raddix, and Sister-in-law Frances and husband John. The family often gathered celebrating holidays, birthdays, and each other, and will be dearly missed. Funeral Services will be held on Thursday, March 28, 2019 at 11 am at Condra Funeral Home, Taylor, Texas

Arrangements under the direction of Condra Funeral Home, Taylor, TX.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, March 28, 2019
  • Funeral Service Thursday, March 28, 2019
REMEMBERING

Gene A. Gault

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MaryJo Fuchs

March 27, 2019

I was shocked to learn of Gene`s death, I am so sorry, Dorothy and your family for your loss. Gene was one of my classmates and I have many memories of what a fun, loving person he was. We had such good times growing up together at school functions , class trips, football games(when the entire school, football team and pep squad were on the same bus), and our class reunions. Gene will be greatly missed by us all.

Shirley Werchan

March 26, 2019

So sorry to hear about Gene's passing, may the Good Lord comfort you,Dorothy & Frances &all your families. I have great memories of Gene playing football & of you girls & I having great times in school .

Brenda Thomison

March 26, 2019

Sheryl and family - sending heartfelt thoughts and prayers to you and your family. I remember your dad back when we lived in the mobile home park and my mom Dorothy Luckie spoke of him often and our friend Ruth Miller. May you cherish your wonderful memories.
Aaron and Brenda Thomison

Troy & Helen Bearden

March 26, 2019

Troy & I were so at a loss for words when hearing Gene had passed away. We loved him very much and remember so many good times we had with him and Dottie. His love of 42 was so competitive and he would always get me as his partner and of course I knew nothing about playing the game, but I struggled on while Troy & Dottie played against us. That's probably the only time Gene had to loose at playing 42. We've known Gene & Dottie since 1975 when we moved to Austin & Dottie and I worked at the same company. That's when we all became such good friends.
GENE WE WILL MISS YOU...................

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Biography

Gene A. Gault, age 84, of Taylor Texas passed away on March 24, 2019. Gene loved his family, cars and football. Gene played on the best 6 Man Football team in Texas for the Pflugerville High School Panthers in 1953. He married his high school sweetheart after graduating high school, Dottie Vorwerk. Gene and his family lived all over Texas before settling in Austin where Gene owned GAG Used Car Sales on East First Street in downtown Austin before operating the family owned Mobile Home Haven where the family lived on and off over many years. Dot and Gene loved travelling in their RV, living in Rockport and Lake Whitney, TX, spending summers in Cloudcroft, NM and travelling with an RV Club all over Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas. They have lived in Taylor for the past 7 years.
He is survived by his loving wife, Dottie, of 64 years, son Dennis and his wife Karen, daughter Sheryl, granddaughter Jessica and husband Darin, grandson Ryan, grandson Joshua, great-grandson Raddix, and Sister-in-law Frances and husband John. The family often gathered celebrating holidays, birthdays, and each other, and will be dearly missed.