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Harvey Wayne Auzston
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Birth: Sep. 2, 1942
Death: Nov. 13, 1988
Matagorda County
Texas, USA

U. S. Navy, Vietnam.

Harvey Wayne Auzston is the son of Richard Garrett and Emily Charlotte (Hardung) Auzston.

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Harvey Wayne Auzston, 46, of Palacios were scheduled for 2 p. m. today at Palacios Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. Herb Willke officiating. Burial was to follow in Hawley Cemetery, Blessing.

Mr. Auzston was born Sept. 2, 1942, in Galveston to Richard and Emely Hardung Auzston and died Nov. 13, 1988 at Wagner General Hospital.

Survivors include his wife, Rosalie Vick Auzston of Palacios; three daughters, Debbie Christmas of Collegeport, Rose Marie Dutton of Rush Springs, Okla., and Becky Barrick of Clovis, N. M.; two sons, Robert and Ricky Standifer, both of Conroe; two sisters, Cheryl Steen and Emily Boltinghouse, both of Bay City; six brothers, Chris Auzston of Mountain View, Calif., Warren Auzston of Galveston, Howard Auzston of Matagorda, Fred and R. G. Auzston of Galiano, La. and Donald Auzston of Brentwood, Calif.; 13 grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.

Mr. Auzston was preceded in death by his father, mother and brother.

Pallbearers include David Sikes, Leonard Lamar, Don Palmer, Cliff Elliott, Tom Jones and Emmett Green.

The Daily Tribune, November 1988

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Hawley Cemetery
El Maton
Matagorda County
Texas, USA
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