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In Memory of

George Eric Laudenschlager

May 27, 1949 - Unknown

Obituary


George Eric Laudenschlager of Burnet passed away on June 15, 2017 following a short illness. He is survived by his wife of 45 years, Joyce Parvin Laudenschlager of Burnet; two sons, Wayne Allen Clawson and wife, Amy, of Round Rock, Texas and Austin Eric Laudenschlager of Fort Wayne, Indiana; a daughter Misty Michelle Higgins and husband, Jeff, of Bozeman, Montana; grandchildren, Lauren, Shane, and Brooke Higgins of Bozeman, Montana, Erin Clawson of Leander, Texas, Camdyn Clawson, of Round Rock, Texas, Saige and Sterling Wyncoop, of Illinois, Sierra Wyncoop of San Antonio, and Anthony Carlson of...

George Eric Laudenschlager of Burnet passed away on June 15, 2017 following a short illness. He is survived by his wife of 45 years, Joyce Parvin Laudenschlager of Burnet; two sons, Wayne Allen Clawson and wife, Amy, of Round Rock, Texas and Austin Eric Laudenschlager of Fort Wayne, Indiana; a daughter Misty Michelle Higgins and husband, Jeff, of Bozeman, Montana; grandchildren, Lauren, Shane, and Brooke Higgins of Bozeman, Montana, Erin Clawson of Leander, Texas, Camdyn Clawson, of Round Rock, Texas, Saige and Sterling Wyncoop, of Illinois, Sierra Wyncoop of San Antonio, and Anthony Carlson of Round Rock. He is also survived by his sister, Cathy, and husband, Chris Heflin, a brother Steven Laudenschlager, and sister-in-law Gretchen Laudenschlager, all of Kokomo, Indiana.
He was preceded in death by his daughter, Lacey Erin Laudenschlager, his father and mother Ralph and Helen Laudenschlager and his brother Dave Laudenschlager.

George was born in Kokomo, Indiana on May 27, 1949. He and Joyce moved to Burnet, Texas in 1984 where he remained until his death. He was a home builder and craftsman for over 40 years. He is also remembered for his skill in woodworking and cabinetry.
George served his country in the United States Army during the Vietnam war. He was elected to the Burnet City Council in May 2003 and served until November of that year. George was proud of his Army service and was a supporter of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Wounded Warriors, the Vietnam Veterans associations as well as the LaCare Food Bank in Burnet. He volunteered at the Fort Croghan Day Living History events for many years.

George will be interred in his home state of Indiana where family services will be held. A memorial service will be held on July 1, from 2-4pm at Honey Creek Missionary Baptist Church, 250 Nashville Street, Russiaville, IA. Military rites will follow after the service at Russiaville Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, persons wishing to memorialize George may do so by donating in his name to the LaCare Food Bank, the VFW, the Wounded Warriors, Salvation Army or the Vietnam Veterans.

Memorial Service will be held on June 28 from 2-4pm at the Burnet Community Center, 401 East Jackson, Burnet, Texas, 78611. Condolences may be offered to www.clementswilcoxburnet.com . Cremation arrangements provided by Clements-Wilcox Funeral Home Burnet.