Paul R. Guillory

Paul Guillory

Paul R. Guillory, 74,  passed away on September 23rd, 2017 from complications of liver transplants. He was born in Lake Charles, Louisiana on November 8th, 1942. At the age of 18, he and his wife moved to Houston where he began his career as a Barber and Stylist in the Bellaire area. Paul was also proud to be a franchise owner of Barney’s Billiard Saloons, as well as a life-time committeeman of the Houston Live Stock Show and Rodeo. His most enjoyable times in life were to have his family and friends at his bay house in Palacios, Texas. He leaves behind so many who will miss his great sense of humor, cooking skills, and natural ability to entertain.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 
 
Paul is preceded in death by parents, siblings, and loving daughter, Connie Hartman. 
 
 
Paul is survived by devoted wife, Barbara Guillory of 56 years; daughter, Debra and husband Eric; grandchildren, Bridget, Steven, Ericia and husband Sergio, Brittany, and Dalton; great-grandchildren, Kaden, Caleb, Nolyn, Nixon, Ariya, and Makenna, as well as numerous cousins, nieces, and nephews. 
 

                                                                                                                    

A Celebration of Paul’s life will be held on Thursday September 28th. Visitation will begin at 1:30 pm and Memorial Services at 3pm at the Carnes Funeral Home - Texas City.

A  LIMB HAS

fallen from the

Family Tree

That says 

Grieve not for me

Remember the BEST TIMES,

the laughter, the song,

thegood life

I lived while I was STRONG

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

To those I love

 and those who love me

When I'm gone,

release me, let me go:

I have so many things

 to see and do.

Don't tie yourself

 to me with tears.

Be happy that we had

 so many years.

I gave you love.

You can only guess

 how much

You gave me in happiness.

I thank you for your love

 you each have shown.

But it is time I travel alone.

So grieve awhile for me,

grieve you must:

Then let your grief be

 comforted by trust.

It's only for a little while

 we must part.

So bless the memories

 within your heart.

I won't be far away,

 for life goes on.

So if you need me,

call and I'll come.

Though you can't see

 or touch me, I'll be near.

If you listen with your heart, you'll hear

All my love around you soft and clear.

And then when you must come this way alone,

I will greet you with a smile and a

"Welcome Home"

 

~ Author Unknown ~