Condolence & Memory Journal

Hi Bonnie, I was shocked when I heard of Cotton's death!

I was at a Castle Hills Woman's Club meeting when the announcement





was made. My heart feels for you and my prayers will be for you and your family

Posted by Mona Haack - San Antonio, TX - Friend   November 07, 2017

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. You will be missed by all.

Posted by Bob Martin - San Antonio, TX - Acquaintance   November 03, 2017

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Bonnie and Family, please accept our condolences. Hearing of Cotton's passing has deeply saddened us, especially Harold, who thought so highly of Cotton. Please know that we are thinking and praying for you, May God embrace you in Comfort during this difficult time.

Harold & Judy Wear
Friend & business associate
New Braunfels, Texas
November 2, 2017

Posted by Harold, Judy Wear - New Braunfels, TX - Friend   November 02, 2017

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Cotton was a good-hearted person, the first time I met him we became instant friends . We actually even thought the same way, we both believed in doing everything right and in being honest.I owe a lot to Cotton, when I went into business for myself he introduced me to some good people. He helped me along the way and I will always be grateful for that!!. He would call me every morning (early) around 6 a.m. to see if I was already up and Movin'...I always prayed for God to take care of him.. I will miss him dearly, May he rest now!!

Your Friend & Plumber..... Greg Galindo
(GOD bless him In Heaven)

Posted by Greg Galindo - san antonio, TX - Friend   November 02, 2017

He was marvelous. What more can I say? Dickie Killian

Posted by Dick Killian Rkillianbelle@gmail.com - San Antonio, TX - Friend   November 02, 2017

Trey, I was saddened to hear of your Dad's passing. He was such a huge influence on your life. My thoughts and prayers are with you and the family.

Posted by Diane Beechinor - San Antonio, TX - Teacher   November 01, 2017

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Bonnie, my name is one from many years ago when together we worked at Lone Star Producing Co. in the Milam Building. I am so sorry to read in this mornings paper of your loss of Cotton! I offer my condolences to you and Trey at this time of grief. Be good to yourself, and give time for healing.
Marsha (Grieshaber) Hillman co-worker in the l960's San Antonio, TX.

Posted by Marsha Hillman - San Antonio, TX - Friend   October 31, 2017

To Bonnie and Trey, words cannot express how saddened we were to hear about Cotton's passing.
I've known you and Bonnie as great friends of my parents and a lifelong best friend of my Dads, but I've also known you as a funny, kind, generous man of great character over my 55 years as I've grown up. There was never a time that I needed something done in my home, be it a repair or to set up a giant play yard for my daughter when she was young that you didn't come through for me, because you always did. Even when I bought a new home, you disassembled that same play yard and set it up for my little girl at our new home. You always had a smile on your face, a funny story to tell, and complete respect for everyone around you. You were a great family man and enjoyed telling us all how you and Bonnie met and kept us laughing with funny stories of yesteryear.
I had great admiration and respect for the man you were and thought of you as an Uncle.
You will be forever missed but the memories we all have of you will live on forever.
I hope your family takes comfort in knowing that you are in Heaven now, alongside God.
Love, Susan Eisinger and daughter Hannah

Posted by SUSAN EISINGER - San Antonio, TX - Family Friend   October 31, 2017

Call me on the pager, call me on the pager! Miss you, Cotton.

Posted by Andy Jacobs - Buffalo, NY - Friend   October 31, 2017