Eddie Kay Womack, 77, of Gordonville, Texas was called to his eternal home on Sunday, November 28, 2021 at his home in Gordonville.
Eddie was born on August 17, 1944 in Sherman, Texas to Elmer Lee and Marvis (Godwin) Womack. He was a Vietnam Veteran and a recipient of the Bronze Star, and two Purple Hearts. He was a believer in Jesus Christ and of the Baptist faith. Eddie enjoyed hunting, fishing, and working in his garden. He liked watching Nascar and the hunting channel. He retired from Grayson County after 35 years of service. Eddie loved his family and loved spending time with his kids and his grandchildren.
He is survived by his wife, Linda Womack, daughter, Kacy Russell, son, Kirk Womack and wife, Tara; son, James Smith; grandchildren, Johnathon Smith; Hailey Smith, Delaney Smith, Reid Russell, Rylee Russell, Ryder Russell, Ella Womack, Hannah Womack, Great-grandchild, Kynlee Smith and sister, D’Ann Davis-Felder and husband, Steve, as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
Eddie was preceded in death by his parents, Elmer and Marvis Womack and son-in-law, Joel Russell.
Pallbearers will be Kirk Womack, Reid Russell, James Smith, Steve Felder, Billy Jack Flowers, Danny Michum, Dalton Michum, Stan Quick, and Honorary pallbearers, Keith Hughes, Cotton Kleinert, Bobby Davis.
Funeral Services honoring Eddie will be held at 11:00 AM on Friday, December 3, 2021 at Meador Funeral Home of Whitesboro, officiated by Rev. Rick Carney. Interment will follow at Gordonville Cemetery. A time of visitation for family and friends will be held one hour prior to service time at the funeral home.
I’m so very sorry for the loss of your best friend and partner.
Love and prayers!
I’m so sorry for your loss. He was always so nice to me. I know your life is in turmoil. Y’all did everything together. I will miss seeing him. Much luv & prayers.
We are sorry for your love loss and your best friend. He is now your guardian angel and as always watching over you to protect you.
We were so sorry to hear of Eddie’s passing…he was such a fine man and will be missed by so many in the community… we will be praying for you and the family…
So, sorry I didn’t know it was Eddie that passed away. I’m still in TMC. All my Love and prayers to the family ❤❤❤
We are so sorry for the loss of Eddie Kay. He was such a loved and respected member of the community and an American hero for his military service. Praying for peace for the family and friends.
May God bless you, Linda, with His peace during this time.
Doyle and I are so very sorry for your loss, sending our prayers for you and all your family.
Peace to the entire family during this difficult time. So sorry for your loss.
Linda, so very sorry to hear about Eddie. He was such a nice man. I always enjoyed talking to Eddie every time he came into the store.
Bill and I will miss seeing, and talking to, him.
Our thoughts, and prayers are with you and your family.
I am so so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you!!
Linda and family, I am so very sorry for your loss of Eddie Kay. Prayers for peace and comfort
So sorry Miss. Linda. Prayers for peace and comfort for the family
So sorry neighbor for your loss. Eddie was a good man. Prayers for your family.
Eddie Kay was such a good guy! I grew up in Gordonville playing with his kids. I have so many fond memories of Eddie, Elmer, Marvis, Kirk, & Kacy. I remember when Eddie & Elmer were building the new house which was right next door to ours. I was begging them to let me “help” dig the plumbing lines in the foundation; I was only about 6 years old at the time. LOL. Then we’d all be playing in the snow and go over to Maw & Paw’s to warm up on their heater; they’d give us hot dogs and cheese. Eddie Kay used to let us come over to watch movies sometimes when it was really hot outside, so we’d be watching Silver Bullet, Fright Night, Stand By Me, and so many other fun 80s movies. My childhood was fun and memorable because of the good people in the Womack family. God Bless you, Eddie Kay, and all of the wonderful Womacks.