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John Edd “Hillbilly” English

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John Edd “Hillbilly” English

Birth
Death
30 Sep 2012 (aged 54)
Burial
Amarillo, Randall County, Texas, USA Add to Map
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Section RG Lot 257 Space 10
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Hillbilly, 54, of Jarrell Texas passed away on September 30, 2012. Visitation will be held from 6-8 Wednesday, October 3rd at the Gabriel Funeral Chapel in Georgetown Texas. A service will be held celebrating Hillbilly's life will be held at 5pm on October 4th at The Gabriels Funeral Chapel with Pastor John Warden officiating. A graveside service will be held October 6th at 10:00am at Llano Cemetery in Amarillo. Hillbilly was born as John Edd English on November 25th 1957 to the late Frank and Edna English. He was a big man with a big heart. Hillbill was the type of man that once you met him you would never forget him. He was easy to spot from a great distance by his overalls and his ball cap, his everyday every occasion attire. Hillbilly was the owner and operator of "Hillbilly Trucking", for the last 26 years and was involved with road construction his entire adult life. He loved driving his dump truck and was proud of his accomplishments. Hillbilly enjoyed attending auctions, car shows, coin shows and kids sporting events. His deep passion was his family and all children. Hillbilly was a devoted father and grandfather, he loved watching the grandkids as they participated in their activities, he was there whatever and wherever the event was held.
Hillbilly and his wife Brenda were memebers of New Hope Church. He loved going to church every Sunday that they weren't chasing grandkids. He loved meeting in the Barn and of course he wore his overalls. He is preceded in death by his parents Frank and Edna English and his brother Chuck English.
Hillbilly leaves behind to cherish his memory his loving wife Brenda English of Jarrell; his sons Dewayne Huckaby of Canyon, and Shea Huckaby, of Haslet; his daughters, Brandy English of Amarillo, Suzanne English of Amarillo; his grandchildren Jessica Castillo and her husband Jonathan, of Amarillo, Darcie Huckaby, of Amrillo, of Haslet, Cody Huckaby and his wife Kayla, of Nashville Tenn., Katelyn Huckaby, of Canyon, Bailey Huckaby, of Canyon, Connor Huckaby, of Haslet, Haley English, of Amarillo, and Alexis English of Amarillo; his great-grandchildren, Jacob Castillo and Elianna Huckaby, three sisters, Bobbi Fuegel and her husband John of Amarillo, Alana Powerll and her husband Randy of Lubbock, and Deloris Patterson, of Bluffton, South Carolina; one brother, Brad Endlish and his wife Mindy, of Amarillo; along with a host of other loving friends and extended family.
Hillbilly will be truly missed, his big heart an dbig ways truly touch many lives and many strive to be just like him.
Hillbilly, 54, of Jarrell Texas passed away on September 30, 2012. Visitation will be held from 6-8 Wednesday, October 3rd at the Gabriel Funeral Chapel in Georgetown Texas. A service will be held celebrating Hillbilly's life will be held at 5pm on October 4th at The Gabriels Funeral Chapel with Pastor John Warden officiating. A graveside service will be held October 6th at 10:00am at Llano Cemetery in Amarillo. Hillbilly was born as John Edd English on November 25th 1957 to the late Frank and Edna English. He was a big man with a big heart. Hillbill was the type of man that once you met him you would never forget him. He was easy to spot from a great distance by his overalls and his ball cap, his everyday every occasion attire. Hillbilly was the owner and operator of "Hillbilly Trucking", for the last 26 years and was involved with road construction his entire adult life. He loved driving his dump truck and was proud of his accomplishments. Hillbilly enjoyed attending auctions, car shows, coin shows and kids sporting events. His deep passion was his family and all children. Hillbilly was a devoted father and grandfather, he loved watching the grandkids as they participated in their activities, he was there whatever and wherever the event was held.
Hillbilly and his wife Brenda were memebers of New Hope Church. He loved going to church every Sunday that they weren't chasing grandkids. He loved meeting in the Barn and of course he wore his overalls. He is preceded in death by his parents Frank and Edna English and his brother Chuck English.
Hillbilly leaves behind to cherish his memory his loving wife Brenda English of Jarrell; his sons Dewayne Huckaby of Canyon, and Shea Huckaby, of Haslet; his daughters, Brandy English of Amarillo, Suzanne English of Amarillo; his grandchildren Jessica Castillo and her husband Jonathan, of Amarillo, Darcie Huckaby, of Amrillo, of Haslet, Cody Huckaby and his wife Kayla, of Nashville Tenn., Katelyn Huckaby, of Canyon, Bailey Huckaby, of Canyon, Connor Huckaby, of Haslet, Haley English, of Amarillo, and Alexis English of Amarillo; his great-grandchildren, Jacob Castillo and Elianna Huckaby, three sisters, Bobbi Fuegel and her husband John of Amarillo, Alana Powerll and her husband Randy of Lubbock, and Deloris Patterson, of Bluffton, South Carolina; one brother, Brad Endlish and his wife Mindy, of Amarillo; along with a host of other loving friends and extended family.
Hillbilly will be truly missed, his big heart an dbig ways truly touch many lives and many strive to be just like him.

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