Harold ‘Gene’ Dreyer
October 12, 2013, 1:56 am by Staff Reports
Harold "Gene” Dreyer, 78, of Georgetown, passed away on Thursday, Oct. 3. Gene was born to Charles and Clara (Nehring) Dreyer on Nov. 29, 1934 in Brenham, Texas. He married Ann Lee Koon in his hometown on Nov. 5, 1955.
Gene was honorably discharged as a Staff Sergeant serving as a Tank Commander in the 49th Armored Division Texas National Guard. For many years, he worked for Sysco Food Services in Round Rock, as a Salesman and Warehouse and Transportation Supervisor. He retired at the end of 2000 and continued spending time with his family, which meant the world to him. Gene always enjoyed fishing and deer hunting, camping with family and friends, and cheering on his favorite football teams (UT and the Dallas Cowboys). Gene was an avid games player relishing a good game of cards or dominoes. He also enjoyed serving others while he was with the Citizens Police Academy in Georgetown, the Elks Club in Brenham, the Sysco President’s Club and the Sysco One Million Dollar Club. Gene attended Grace Bible Church in Georgetown and was a man of love and laughter.
He is survived by his wife, Ann L. Dreyer; sons: Michael Dreyer and wife Brenda of Austin, Texas, Kevin Dreyer and wife Kimberly of Georgetown, Texas, and Patrick Dreyer and wife Michelle of Bentonville, Arkansas; daughter, Kelli Terbush and husband Todd of Georgetown, Texas; brother, Leroy Dreyer and wife June of Brenham, Texas; granddaughters: Jordan Garton of White House, Texas, Madison Terbush of Georgetown, Briana Dreyer of Bentonville, Arkansas; Radley and Emmersyn Dreyer of Georgetown, Texas, Ashley Kovalev of Hutto, Texas, Megan MacArthur, Erika Senger, and Shawna Senger all of Austin; grandsons: JohnDaniel Terbush, Jakob Terbush, Jackson Dreyer and Carson Dreyer all of Georgetown; great-grandson Alex MacArthur of Austin; along with numerous nieces and nephews
Gene is preceded in death by his parents, grandparents and his nephew.
Honorary pallbearers are: Bob Doss, Scott Terbush, Todd Terbush, Don Merten, Fred Kessel, Sam Yett, Gene Kamas, and Jimmie Hahn.
A time of visitation with family and friends will be held from 5-7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 11 at Ramsey Funeral Home.
Memorial services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 12 at Grace Bible Church in Georgetown.
You may share a message or memory in the memorial guestbook at www.RamseyFuneral.com
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