Robert Clyde Blazer

February 16, 1926 - October 15, 2005

TSgt. Robert Clyde Blazer Born February 16, 1926 in McKinney, Texas; died October 15, 2005 in McKinney, Texas. Preceded in death by his beloved wife Valda Blazer, father Robert Crisley Blazer, mother Alice Unav Blazer, and daughter-in-law Kathy Wyman. Robert is survived by his children Karen Rogers and husband Jimmy, Gilbert Wyman and wife Priscilla, and Douglas Wyman; brother Harold Eugene Blazer and wife Eula Dean; niece Cristie Blazer; grandchildren Patti Wyman, Stacy Wyman, Jennifer Patrick, Jesse Wyman, Dougie Wyman, Randi Wyman, and Kolton Taylor; as well as 9 great grandchildren and numerous friends and relatives. Robert began his military career in 1944 with the Marines and went on to serve in the Army before joining the Air Force in 1954. He retired from the Air Force August 1, 1965 after 21 years of active duty. During his career he served in combat in Okinawa, Guadalcanal, China, Korea and Japan. He received numerous decorations and medals during his career. After his military service, he began a career with the Texas State Department of Highways and Public Transportation and retired in 1987 after 22 years of service. He will be missed by all who were given the gift of knowing him. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 PM, Wednesday, October 19, 2005 in the Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Chapel. Interment will follow at Ridgeview Memorial Park. Visitation will be from 6:00 to 8:00 PM, Tuesday at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home.

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CHRISTIE & FAMILY ALL OF YOU ARE IN OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS. lORIE Lorie Cawthon/Nelson, June 22, 2007 We didn't get to see each other often, but I still love and miss you. Denver B. Smith, September 5, 2006 Karen,Doug and Gil, so sorry to hear of Chessy's death, I was out of town and unable to attend. I will alway's remember our Buddy. We has kids used to bug him, like putting gum in gas tank and painting his tires with marker. He would just laugh and clean up the mess. You have my sympathy and condolences. Good Bye Buddy. Terry Dale Kemp Terry Dale Kemp, October 23, 2005 KAREN, GIL AND DOUG AND ALL FAMILY . WE OR SO SORRY FOR THE LOSS OF OUR GREAT FRIEND AND NEIGHBOR CHESSY. WE WILL TRULY MISS HIM. HE AND VALDA HELPED RAISE OUR TWO SONS (JERRY AND TERRY)HE WILL REALLY BE MISSED. YOU HAVE OUR SYMPATHY AND CONDOLENSES. BYE CHESSY WE REALLY LOVED YOU. Peggy Kemp Bell, October 22, 2005 Mr. Blazer was always so nice to me. Everytime I passed his house, he would always wave and yell "Hello". I will miss him! Jordan Webb, October 19, 2005 Karen, Sorry for you loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Amy Mathis, October 18, 2005 Cheesy will be greatly missed. He has been a great friend and neighbor and always so good to my three sons growing up. I will always have fond memories of he and Valda. Patti Maxfield Gilmore, October 18, 2005 What a precious man! We will miss him. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers! Jack and Denice Webb, October 18, 2005 Hey, big brother. I always called you a nickname, you know what it is. I will miss calling you that every time family get-to-together. I miss you brother. Harold "Gene" Blazer, October 18, 2005 Hey, big brother. I always called you a nickname, you know what it is. I will miss calling you that every time family get-to-together. I miss you brother. Harold "Gene" Blazer, October 18, 2005 I will miss you Uncle Bob. Cristie Blazer, October 18, 2005 KAREN,GIL, DOUG AND ALL FAMILY I AM SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT YOUR LOSS. ALTHOUGH I NEVER HAVE MET CHESSY I HEARD GREAT THING ABOUT HIM.HE WILL BE MISSED. I WILL NOT BE ABLE TO ATTEND. YOU HAVE MY SYMPATHY AND CONDOLENCES. DANNY PEGRAM DANNY RAY PEGRAM, October 18, 2005 I was blessed to have Cheesy as a neighbor. I shall miss his stories, his wisdom and his wit. I don't know how I will know when it's time to winterize, fertilize, water, mow or any number of other things he educated me about. He was a good friend, a good neighbor, a loving family man, a dedicated citizen and military officer. I shall miss him. Good bye my friend. J'Net Chambers, October 16, 2005 Chessy - I will miss you my buddy! Karen, Gil and Doug and all chessy's family, we have lost the very best. Sorry I will not be able to attend, as I have just torn my achilles tendon. But you have all my sympathy and condolences from here in Alabama. Jerry Kemp, October 16, 2005