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I remember him most as my Aunt Mary Marcee's neighbor, a humble gentleman. We were saddened to hear of your loss, and realize many people have lost a blessing from God. King Family we are keeping you lifted in prayer. Mrs. Gilbert Easley Ann Easley Bob Easley

Posted by: Gilbert Easley Family - Austin, TX   Sep 18, 2011

I am extremely sad to learn of the death of Dr. King.May his family value the peace of all the lives Dr, King touch. I had the honor of knowing him through community activities."when the angels ask me to recall, I'll remember you' Arisa Rice-formely Arisa (houston)

Posted by: Arisa Rice - Sn Antonio, TX   Sep 10, 2011

To The Entire King Family: May God continue to bless and keep you in his care.

Posted by: Duran Ridge-Mouton - Venice, CA   Aug 30, 2011

we verysorry to learn of dr.king.to the family always remember your father ,grandfather was a great man always polite and always every time we would talk to him had a smile on his face. keep your head up and in your life remember how he was now God has him and thinking what a great man i made God bless your family in every way possible.

Posted by: carolyn&ray harvey - austin, TX   Aug 25, 2011

Dr. King was very special to our family. We will miss him dearly. God Bless, Marjon, Stewart, Clinton and John. I am sure Marcet was waiting for him to enter the gates of heaven. Now the two of them are at peace.

Posted by: Jo Ann Dickerson - Round Rock,, TX   Aug 24, 2011

For years while my mother worked at Huston-TIllotson and I attended across the street at Blackshear, I was in the general proximity of Dr. King, one of several great men in my early years. I witnessed his handsome smile, easy wit, strong stride, the kinds of things kids can understand. As time passed, other things stood out about Dr. King: his professional demeanor in everything he did; his love and unflagging support of HT; his love for his family; and

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Posted by: Michael Emery - Austin, TX   Aug 18, 2011

To the family: Dr. King was a very special man-A man of integrity and a man who cared and made a positive difference in so many lives, including mine. At the time I entered Huston-Tillotson College(at this time), he was the president and through his efforts, I was able to enroll and graduate. I thank God for Him!

Posted by: Estelle S. Brooks - Austin, TX   Aug 17, 2011

To: The King Family that I've known and grew up with for many years I send you my sincere regards in the absence of a very great man , and dad that everyone looked up to and will truly be missed. God Bless and keep you safe always in his care. Ms. Marion Anderson

Posted by: Marion Andersoon - Austin, TX   Aug 17, 2011

May God who call our dear ones home and grants them peace and rest, give you the strength and faith to say that he indeed knows best.Your family has been such an inspiration to the community. May God Bless And Keep You.

Posted by: BarbaraHardeman - Austin, TX   Aug 16, 2011

Our sincere condolences to the family of General King from the Solis Family in El Paso, Texas I thank the lord for giving me the privilege of meeting and sharing experiences with such a remarkable person. He was truly a gift from God. His knowledge had no bounderies and he was very sharing of it. He always found time to come to small rural towns and share with young people about the buffalo soldiers, how to be a good person,

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Posted by: Benito Solis - El Paso, TX   Aug 16, 2011