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“To Wanda and Family, We would like to extend our prayers and condolences to you and family. We know that God will see you through this. Always...Read More »
1 of 19 | Posted by: Melvin & Billie Chambers - Austin, TX

“My deepest and sincerest sympathy and condolencenses go out to the Flowers family. May the love and grace of God be forever with you. ”
2 of 19 | Posted by: Dennis Jackson - Vallejo, CA

“To Mattie and Ronnie, my prayers and thoughts are with you and the family during your loss. Just remember that God is able to sustain us in our time...Read More »
3 of 19 | Posted by: Barbara Collins - Pflugerville, TX

“To the Flowers Family, You have have my deepest sympathy in the loss of cousin Albert Jr. It is very hard for me to attend funerals at this time,...Read More »
4 of 19 | Posted by: Precious H. Robeson - TX

“To the Flowers Family, You have have my deepest sympathy in the loss of cousin Albert Jr. It is very hard for me to attend funerals at this time,...Read More »
5 of 19 | Posted by: Precious H. Robeson - TX

“Please know that your family is in my thoughts and prayers. ”
6 of 19 | Posted by: Cheryl Graham - Austin, TX

“To the family- My prayers are with you during this time. May God continue to be with you and may he forever watch over you. I love you but most of...Read More »
7 of 19 | Posted by: Minister Sis. Trena Carter - TX

“my prayers are with the FLOWERS FAMILY. we were both in class of 1964. ”
8 of 19 | Posted by: Roosie Chambers-CLEMONS - AUTIN, TX

“Our prayers are with you. It was a pleasure having him as my first boss when I started working at UT. ”
9 of 19 | Posted by: Sheryl Myers - Pflugerville, TX

“I extend my deepest sympathy to Albert's family and especially to his wife in this time of bereavement. Just remember that earth has no sorrow that...Read More »
10 of 19 | Posted by: Evelyn Jones-Dubra - Pflugerville, TX

“To The Flower’s Family: My wife and I want to extend our condolences regarding the untimely passing of Al. I worked with him for the 30...Read More »
11 of 19 | Posted by: William & Elaine Van Horn - TX

“My sincere condolences. May you find peace and understanding in these difficult times. ”
12 of 19 | Posted by: David Stallcup - Austin, TX

“Wanda, I was so sorry to read about your husband's passing. Know that friends near and far are mourning with you. You and yours are in our...Read More »
13 of 19 | Posted by: Amanda Batson - Austin, TX

“To the Flowers' Family: I am so sorry for your loss. May Mr. Albert Flowers rest in peace and may you all continue to find comfort in the arms of...Read More »
14 of 19 | Posted by: Lois Harris-Washington - Austin, TX

“Wanda,1 Peter 1:13 "Therefore gird up the loins of your mind, be sober, and rest your hope fully upon the grace that is to be brought to you at the...Read More »
15 of 19 | Posted by: Cynthia Alexander - Austin, TX

“May God's peace comfort you during this difficult time. My prayers go out to you. ”
16 of 19 | Posted by: Bertha Sneed Hicks - Austin, TX

“Wanda and family: May God's peace comfort you during this difficult time. My prayers go out to you. -R ”
17 of 19 | Posted by: Roxanne Evans - Austin, TX

“My prayers are with you Wanda and the children and little Tony. He was a great neighbor and our neighborhood will not be same. He was the...Read More »
18 of 19 | Posted by: Ada Brown - Austin, TX

“Mattie, Sorry to here about your brother's passing may God bless you and your family. ”
19 of 19 | Posted by: Tracie A. Hurst - Austin, TX


Albert was called home to live with God on Friday, June 10, 2011. He was born October 3, 1945 in Austin, Texas as the first son of seven children born to the late Albert Flowers, Sr. and Mattie Flowers. He graduated from L. C. Anderson High School and did further study at Texas Southern University, Central Texas College and Huston-Tillotson University. He was employed at the University of Texas at Austin Police Department for 31 years after reaching the rank of Assistant Chief. He confessed his faith in God at an early age, was baptized and became a member of the 19th Street Baptist Church. Albert had a great sense of humor and loved working with and helping people. And though he found comfort and joy in working in the yard and in gardening, his greatest joy was being a grandfather and helping to shape the life of his grandson, Anthony. He was preceded in death by his parents, one sister, Gladys Jackson and two brothers Johnny and Jerome Flowers. Remaining to cherish his memory are his wife of 42 years, Wanda Flowers; one son, Tony Flowers; one daughter, Crystal Jackson; one grandchild, Anthony Flowers; one brother, Ronald Flowers (Darlene); two sisters, Barbara Hudspeth (Eddie) and Mattie Pannell; one uncle Nathaniel Bradford (Theola); two other aunts Jessie Bradford and Priscilla Flowers as well as a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, relatives and friends.

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