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Maynard Glasscock

June 26, 1945 — March 7, 2013

Mr. Maynard Sidney Glasscock, 67, of Navasota passed away Thursday, March 7, 2013 at the Sheridan of Navasota. A memorial service was held at 10:00 a.m. Monday, March 11th at the First Baptist Church of Navasota with the Rev. Clyde Larrabee officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Nobles Funeral Chapel.

Maynard Sidney (Sid) Glasscock was born in Del Rio, Texas on June 26, 1945. He graduated from Waco High School in June, 1963. He attended Baylor on a joint program with the University of Texas and graduated in June, 1969 with degrees from Baylor in Math and Physics and from Texas with a degree in Engineering. Sid went to work at Humble Oil and Refining now known as ExxonMobil in Kingsville, Texas that same June. He was a Tau Beta Pi Engineering Fellow and a member of Chi Epsilon, Civil Engineering honor fraternity.

Sid married Barbara Rowan on February 18, 1967. He spent his entire career with ExxonMobil, travelling around the world as part of the offshore design team. He retired after 35 years with ExxonMobil. In 2008, after receiving a kidney transplant he moved to his farm outside of Navasota, Texas. There he enjoyed the simple pleasures of life: fishing, gardening, reading, serving the Lord as a deacon at First Baptist Navasota. He was a gifted artist and enjoyed drawing, especially houses, barns and other buildings.

Sid is survived by his wife, Barbara; son, Kennedy; daughter-in-law, Wendy; and three grandchildren, Austin Glasscock, Andrew Miller and Avery Miller. Known as their Papa he loved each of them dearly. He also enjoyed trips he took with his son fishing in Colorado and going to baseball games in the old Southwest Conference and travelling to Omaha for the College World Series for both national wins by Rice and Texas.

He was a Godly man who loved the Lord and knew in whom he believed.
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