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Caffey

Funeral services for Stanley “ Stan” Caf fey, 68, were held Monday, July 25, 2011, in Phillips & Luckey Chapel with Pastor Doug Springer officiating. Burial followed in Salty Cemetery near Thorndale.

Mr. Caffey died unexpectedly Wednesday, July 20, in Scott & White Hospital in Round Rock.

He was born March 27, 1943, in Houston to James Alton and Nancy Evelyn (Overman) Caffey.

He attended public schools in Houston Heights and graduated from Reagan High School in 1961.

Mr. Caffey was active in the DeMolay as a young man, Boy Scouts and later as an adult Boy Scout advisor.

On May 9, 1986, he married Nell Anderson in Willis.

He enjoyed the outdoors and spent as many days as possible with friends and family hunting, fishing and camping.

Mr. Caffey was a designer and sales engineer for IFS Solutions Petrochemical Equipment in Houston.

He was a Lago Vista resident since January 2011.

Mr. Caffey was preceded in death by his mother, Evely n Caffey in September 2003.

Survivors are his wife, Nell Caffey of Lago Vista; a son, Scott Caffey and wife Dalene of Marble Falls; a daughter, Gail Caffey of Houston; his father, Alton Caffey of Lago Vista; a brother, Charles Caffey and wife Margie of Marble Falls; four grandchildren, Patrick and Holly Caffey, Cara Montinez and husband Robert and Jade Caffey; and two greatgrandchildren, Kyvah Montinez and Marley Caffey.

Pallbearers were Patrick Svoboda, Joe Kralis, David Morris, Norm Peterson, Mike Currey, Dale Caffey, Eddie Overman, Harvey Huber, Don Moore and Bruce Holliman.


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