George Edward Callen

George Callen

   George Edward Callen was born in Erick, Oklahoma on April 1, 1953. He Passed away Sunday August 7, 2016 at the age of 63, in Medellin, Colombia.

   George is survived by his wife, Margie Callen and sons Aaron Callen of Fort Worth, Texas and Lee Dustman of Dickinson Texas; his daughters Sherri Rinehart and husband Lonnie of Alvin, Texas and Tiffany Lowrey and husband Lonnie of Dickinson, Texas. grandchildren Laura Jo Callen of Ft. Worth, Texas, Ashton Bulda and husband Michael of League City, Texas, Hunter Higgins of Ft. Worth, Texas, Jaclyn Gutierrez of North Carolina, Melissa Mandujano of Granbury, Texas and Brady Dustman, Jr. of Granbury, Texas, and also survived by 9 great grandchildren. He is survived by brothers Bryan Davis of Turkey, Texas, Burl Davis and wife Annette of Pampa, Texas, Shawn Davis and wife Tisha of Elm Mott, Texas. Sisters Lynitta Conway and husband Jimmy of Marlowe, Oklahoma, Elena Callen of Dallas, Texas and Christine Schickinger of Augsburg, Germany.

   George grew up in the Wheeler and Pampa, Texas area before moving to the Houston area. He has resided in Santa Fe, Texas for the past 35 years. Only recently moving to Galveston, Texas. 

  He was a member of the Baker Drive Baptist Church in Dickinson, Texas and loved all the church family.

   He loved people and most of all loved family, friends and children. He enjoyed laughing and aggravating and just being with people and talking. He had a great many friends and never met a stranger.

    He served in the Army after High School.

   He worked most of his adult life in the oilfield but started his own company NCS Oilfield Services. After selling the company and retiring he did what he had always wanted to do; become a rancher and breed and raise cattle. He studied and decided to raise the Red Wagyu (Akaushi) Japanese cattle. Thus establishing the Kings High Ranch in Turkey, Texas. He established the International Akaushi Registry Association for the Red Wagyu breed only. He loved his red cows and thought them to be the most beautiful of all cows.

  Visitation will be held on Thursday August 18th from 5pm-8pm. Funeral Service will be Friday August 19th at 11AM, all at Carnes Funeral Home. 3100 Gulf Freeway Texas City, TX, 77591. Interment is scheduled for Saturday August 20th at the Aurora City Cemetery, in Aurora, TX at 10 AM.