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Aubrey W. Lawson Jr.
November 3, 1950 ~ December 30, 2023 (age 73) 73 Years Old
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Aubrey W. Lawson, Jr. November 3, 1950 – December 30, 2023
Aubrey W. Lawson, Jr. passed away on Saturday, December 30, 2023. Aubrey, known as “Woody” to his family and friends, grew up in San Antonio, TX and is an alumni of Roosevelt High School class of 1968. Woody loved being surrounded by family and kept in touch daily with everyone always wanting to know how we were doing. He was caring and thoughtful when it came to those he loved. Woody very much enjoyed food and often requested his favorite foods or snacks when he knew you were coming to visit him.
Woody is survived by his two sisters Debra Leal (Sam) and April Hutzler (Jeff), brother-in-law Gabriel Magallanes, his nieces and nephews Sabrina Rodriguez (Sal), Carissa Magallanes, Krystal Perez (Aaron Solis), Addison Hutzler and Ella Hutzler. He also had many grand nieces and nephews whom he adored; Blake Rodriguez, Trevor Rodriguez, Tyara Leija, Chayzton Leija and Kingston Leija. He is preceded in death by his parents Dora and Aubrey Lawson Sr., and his loving sister Sandra Gail Magallanes.
Woody’s light in this word will be missed tremendously by all who loved him. We find comfort in knowing he is surrounded by family in heaven. We love you Woody. Rest in eternal peace with your Lord and Savior.
The family would like to thank the staff at Kirkwood Manor Nursing and Rehab Center for all their love, care and support for Woody during his time there. He loved his physical therapists. They showed him compassion and provided friendship to him that he cherished.