William Bill T Daughters
William (Bill) T. Daughters
Born July, 10, 1942 to Milo P. Daughters and Erma Reynolds in Longview, Washington, William (Bill) T. Daughters went to be with the Lord on February 15, 2016. Bill was living in Galveston, Texas at the time of his death. He is preceded in death by his parents, as well as his brother Milo, sister Betty Koski, and daughter Rinda Gettles. He is survived by his wife of five years, Jimmie Walton Daughters. He is also survived by son Willie Daughters of Dayton, Ohio, and his wife Amy and their two sons Will and Matthew; son Floyd Daughters of College Station, Texas, his wife Shelly and their children Hogan, Morgan, and Jagan; and grandson Joseph Gettles of Amarillo, Texas, and his wife Whitney.
Bill attended the United States Naval Academy from 1963 to 1965. He received his Bachelor of Science from West Texas State University and a Master of Education from Southwestern Oklahoma State University. He spent the majority of his working career as an educator, teaching, spending the most time at Lamar Consolidated ISD in their GED education program.
Bill Daughters was a kind-hearted, loving father who wanted nothing more than to see his children be successful. He enjoyed seeing his grandchildren play sports, perform in school plays, and produce artwork, and he loved to tell anyone who would listen about their accomplishments. Bill also loved to help anyone who needed it. Always with a smile, he was a generous man with his time and efforts for the benefit of others.
Bill will be remembered for his humor, love of his family, and his willingness to help others. His spirit will also live on through his extended family and friends.
A life celebration will be held in the near future. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in memory of Bill Daughters to the Lamar Educational Awards Foundation (http://leafgrants.org/donations/). Donations may also be mailed to: Lamar Educational Awards Foundation, 3911 Avenue I, Rosenburg, TX 77471
A life celebration will be held at 6700 Hollister, Houston, TX. on March 5th from