Gary Calvin Shelton

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Gary Calvin Shelton

Stephenville - Services for Gary Calvin Shelton, 66, will be held at 2:00 P.M., Wednesday, January 27, 2021, at Lacy Funeral Home with Rev. Joe Kohr officiating. Burial will follow at East Memorial Cemetery.

Gary was born in Hico, Texas, on April 7, 1954, to Ewell and Claudie (Fisher) Shelton.

Gary is survived by his children, Jodie Baker and husband, Shaun, of Stephenville, Texas, and Tasha Garrett and husband, Steven, of Stephenville, Texas; grandchildren, Sarah, Kaitlyn (Katie), and Ian (Little Man); siblings, Ewellene Hammon of Gorman, Texas, Bill Shelton and wife, Judy, of Cleburne, Texas, and Margie Winton of Houston, Texas; and several nieces and nephews.

Gary was a great father, but he was born to be a Pawpaw. He loved spending time with his grandkids fishing, camping, cooking out, and having fun. He was always ready for a conversation with anyone, and he always had a smile for everyone. Gary was a good ole country boy, a hard worker, and he would give you his last dollar or the shirt off his back.

"Daddy, this is not goodbye, we will see you in the sky."

Posted online on January 27, 2021

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Obituaries in Stephenville, TX | Stephenville Empire-Tribune

Gary Calvin Shelton

Gary Calvin Shelton

Stephenville - Services for Gary Calvin Shelton, 66, will be held at 2:00 P.M., Wednesday, January 27, 2021, at Lacy Funeral Home with Rev. Joe Kohr officiating. Burial will follow at East Memorial Cemetery.

Gary was born in Hico, Texas, on April 7, 1954, to Ewell and Claudie (Fisher) Shelton.

Gary is survived by his children, Jodie Baker and husband, Shaun, of Stephenville, Texas, and Tasha Garrett and husband, Steven, of Stephenville, Texas; grandchildren, Sarah, Kaitlyn (Katie), and Ian (Little Man); siblings, Ewellene Hammon of Gorman, Texas, Bill Shelton and wife, Judy, of Cleburne, Texas, and Margie Winton of Houston, Texas; and several nieces and nephews.

Gary was a great father, but he was born to be a Pawpaw. He loved spending time with his grandkids fishing, camping, cooking out, and having fun. He was always ready for a conversation with anyone, and he always had a smile for everyone. Gary was a good ole country boy, a hard worker, and he would give you his last dollar or the shirt off his back.

"Daddy, this is not goodbye, we will see you in the sky."

Posted online on January 27, 2021