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In Memory

Bob Mousner

Robert Earl Mousner, 67, of College Station, died at St. Joseph’s Regional Hospital on June 27, 2013. Bob’s life was celebrated with visitation on June 30 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at Memorial Funeral Chapel in Bryan. Funeral service was held at 11:00 a.m. on July 1 at St. Joseph Catholic Church. followed by internment at Mt. Calvary Cemetery.

Bob was born August 11, 1945, in Bryan, Texas, to Leonard and Katherine Kuyawa Mousner. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, and friend. He will be missed by numerous family and friends.

Bob loved growing up in his neighborhood on Eagle Pass in Bryan. He had friends who rode bicycles and roamed everywhere, looking for their next adventure. Bob had a passion for education and was a voracious reader of books on any subject. He was an avid sportsman and especially enjoyed hunting and fishing.

Robert graduated with the Class of 1963 from Stephen F. Austin High School in Bryan. He was a member of the Corps of Cadets, Squadron 15, at Texas A&M University, where he graduated with a B.B.A. in Finance in 1967. After college he was hired by the Texas Comptroller’s Office as a sales tax enforcement officer and retired in 1999 from the Bryan office. Bob and his wife traveled across the USA and enjoyed cruises as often as possible.

He is preceded in death by his father.

Survivors include his wife Lydia Luza Mousner; mother Katherine Mousner; mother-in-law Lydia Fojtik Luza; sons Chad and wife Crystal McCartney of Cypress, Brandon and wife Amanda McCartney of Bryan, Dusty and wife Amanda McCartney of Houston; grandchildren Andrew, Tyler, Ashlyn, Katie, Tanner, and Easton McCartney; brother Richard Mousner of Navasota; sisters-in-law Sandra and husband Roy Bragg of New Braunfels, Pam McConal of Bryan; brothers-in-law Charles and wife Elain Luza of Bryan, Robert and wife Patty Luza of Burton, Tim and wife Becky Luza of Bryan, and Emil and wife Lori Luza of Austin, Cynthia Mousner of Bryan; his aunt, Gertrude Forman, as well as numerous other family members and friends.

Remembrances may be made to Mt. Calvary Cemetery or the charity of your choice.

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06/28/13 11:59 PM #7    

Margaret Petroski (McAughan)

If I recall correctly, Bob was the reason we got together four years ago to plan for the 50th.  Acording to Linda Birmingham's account, she ran into Bob at the Farmer's Market and he mentioned to her that we needed to have a reunion.  I got to know him a little better during those two events and am so sad about his passing. 

06/29/13 09:27 AM #8    

Teresa Woodard (Wright)

I am extremely saddened by Bob's death. We had become good friends since working on the 2009 reunion. I still can smile thinking of all the laughs we had while working on the reunions. We made such fun of him trying to cut out those small letters with his big hands. Thank God I have those fun times to remember him. I will miss him greatly.

06/30/13 08:46 AM #9    

Jarvis Porter

SAD, SAD, SAD-------Bob worked tirelessly to bring us together for our 50th Reunion!! THANK YOU BOB!! May YOU rest in PEACE----This is why we need to get together more often!!!!

06/30/13 10:50 AM #10    

Lunetta (Lu) Fazzino (Scarmardo)

Bob will always be remembered for his love of fellowman. I really enjoyed getting to be with him and all the others to plan our reunion.

We really don't know when God will call us home, let take this saddest and always live our lives to the fullest.

Bob will be missed.

Lu Fazzino Scarmardo

06/30/13 08:27 PM #11    

Carolyn Herzog (Teeter)

Bob was a very kind and caring classmate.  Planning the next reunion without him will be difficult.

07/01/13 12:16 PM #12    

Margaret Dye (Smiley)

He will be missed.

07/02/13 02:12 PM #13    

Irene Boatcallie

I just  learned of Bob's passing. I am so glad we recently had our 50th. I have current conversations and thoughts in my memory bank of our special classmate. He will be missed.


Irene Boatcallie

07/04/13 03:38 PM #14    

Keith German (Halsell)

Although I did not know Bob very well in high school, we had become good friends during the two years that we worked together planning the 50th reunion.  I admired his calm, gentle manner and always felt that he had a big heart.  Our class has lost a wonderful man and a true friend.  We will miss you, Bob.

07/10/13 07:40 AM #15    

Dick Barron

As so many of us did, Bob became a friend the day we opened Lamar Jr. High as the first 7th grade class and the Wildcats and Rockets became Bulldogs.  He was a loyal and true friend throughout the next number of years, including bumping into each other on occasion at A&M.  He kept we out-of-towners updated on our passing classmates.  He was so gentle and had a huge heart.  I will miss him.  Rest in peace dear friend. We will miss you and we celebrate the years we were privledged to know you. 

07/13/13 04:58 PM #16    

Nelda Moon (Thompson)

What a shock it was to hear of Bob's passing on Bradley Smith's Facebook page!  It was like losing a family member.  Bob and I met at Crockett Elementary School and shared many classes and laughs together, but I was relieved to finally get something off my chest at our last reunion planning meeting at The Hilton.  I confessed to Bob that I was very jealous and resentful of him on many Fridays at Crockett, when his dad would come to our classroom door just as we were about to be dismissed for lunch to deliver a hot, fresh, juicy hamburger from Dairy Queen.  He would open the bag, take a sniff and smile.  As those glorius fumes emanated from that evil lunch bag, we would glare at him as we faced our cold PBJs and baloney sandwiches, or thought of the icky cafeteria food we had to endure that day. NOTHING compared to that wonderful hot, steamy burger.  Bob reassured me that his dad did NOT own Dairy Queen (as I had begun to believe) and it was only on occasion that he received this special treat.  We had a great laugh and finally made our peace on that issue!  

I am so grateful that Bob took the initiative to light a fire under our class and get things moving to have the best 50th class reunion ever, and I am so happy that he was there to enjoy it.  In his memory, let us keep these reunions going and treasure each day that we have together on this earth.  Until we meet on the other side...Bob, may you rest in peace!

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