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Frank E. “Rusty” Callier

Rusty Callier pic 2Frank E. “Rusty” Callier, Jr., age 64, of Crockett passed away December 28, 2018 in the Community Care Center.   Rusty was born June 7, 1954 in Ft. Worth.  His parents, Frank E. Callier and Frances Murray Callier raised Rusty in Crockett where he graduated from Crockett High School and he attended the First United Methodist Church for many years.   He was employed by Alloy Polymers for many years.

Rusty is survived by wife, Nelda Callier of Crockett; first cousin, Mark Ellis and wife, Catherine of Cypress; numerous other relatives; special friends, Brian and Stacey Shupak, Jaxson Reeves, Jimmy Saxton; special pets, Buster and Rory.  He was preceded in death parents, Frank E. and Frances Callier; aunt and uncle, Bette Jo and Henry Ellis; first cousin, Mike Ellis.

Funeral services for Frank E. “Rusty” Callier, Jr. will be held at 11:00 a.m. Monday, December 31, 2018 in the Callaway-Allee Memorial Chapel with Dr. Reggie Gregory officiating.  Interment will follow in the Evergreen Memorial Park.  Family will receive friends Monday morning at 9:00 a.m. prior to service.  In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Cancer Support Group of Houston County, 192 Coral Gables, Trinity, TX 75862.

Online condolences may be made at www.callawayallee.com

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7 Comments
  1. Our deepest sympathies to Nelda and family for their loss. It is of some comfort to know that Rusty is no longer sick or in pain…..You are in my prayers…
    Carol Dawson

  2. I consider myself fortunate to have had Rusty as a friend in high school. He and I often gathered with other close friends to to create wonderful times together. Rusty and I would play tennis against each other and I don’t believe I ever won a match. My prayers are for Nelda and his family and friends to remember Rusty as a funny teenager with many friends and as a good man.

  3. I have not seen Rusty since I was in college. Interestingly, he crossed my mind a couple of weeks or so ago. I guess I know why now. We enjoyed a lot of good times in our youth. He and his family are in my prayers.

  4. Nelda,I am so sorry for your loss. You two were dear friends to me back in the 80’s and I appreciate everything you did for me. Rusty was a great guy.

  5. Nelda and Extended Family,

    I am so sorry for your loss. I know you will miss Rusty, but I am so thankful you had each other.

    I have good memories of Rusty. He was a good friend and we had some fun memories together. I was SO DELIGHTED to get an online chat with him a while back. He had been in the hospital a while and was so looking forward to getting out of there and back to life. I am so sorry that I did not watch more closely for how he was doing and get to visit him.

    Rusty was a great friend to many and I am thankful he was a great friend to me. I am so saddened at his passing. I hope to see Rusty again, because of what Jesus has done for us!

    God bless you and comfort you.

    Love,

    Sue Lansford Cerbo
    sue@naturalhealthet.com (the webform would not accept it)

  6. Nelda I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Take care of yourself. Love Donna Graham

  7. I am so sorry to hear that Rusty has passed away. Growing up on Gordon Drive, Redbud Lane, & Easy Street are such fond memories. (You could always rely on him to have a secret stash of Black Cats on hand!) Prayers of comfort for Nelda, Mark and family. May Rusty Rest In Peace

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