Allie Searcy, Jr. was born to Allie and Bessie Searcy, Sr. on May 11, 2007 in Buda, Texas. He was the third of six children. Allie worked hard as a young man on the family farm to support his family. After several years of traveling and working he settled in San Antonio and made it his home. He was employed by Exxon as a Station Night Manager for many years and retired from that position. Allie was a quiet and gentle man but was full of wisdom and knowledge. Allie was preceded in death by his parents, sisters, Maime and Mildred, and brothers, Edward, Seta and George. Allie and Viola met in 1955 and were married on April 10, 1958 and to this union was born one son, Allie Ray Searcy III. They were hard working people who provided well for their son. They enjoyed life together for over 50 years, traveling and enjoying the sites and wonders of the world. They did everything together and they departed this life together. They leave to cherish their memory, one son, Allie Ray Searcy III and his wife Beverly; two grandsons, Allen Prescott Searcy and Jonathan Hull; two granddaughters, Melissa and Crystal Hull; one great-granddaughter, Julissa Castillo; one brother (to Viola) Willie Rollings and his wife Mildred, and a host of nieces, nephews, other family members, an extended honorary family, a multitude of friends and co-workers. They will be sorely missed by everyone who was lucky enough to have them touch their lives. They are unforgettable.

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  1. When I was around Allie he was always quiet, but if you looked in his eyes you could tell his mind was taking everything in. I loved to hear him and Vie banter back and forth with each other. It was easy to see how much they loved each other. They will both be greatly missed. We love you!

  2. Dear Allie: I am Alicia Rodriguez dad, I only met you once, but I am deeply saddened by the tragic passing of your parents. I have requested prayer for you and the family at two local churches, in this time of sorrow. My prayers and thoughts are with you, if there is anything I can do just let me know I’d be glad to help. Sincerel yours, Edward Rodriguez & Amelia Gonzales

  3. For me, Viola was never an employee. In my youth she was a friend, a confidant. She gave of herself tirelessly, with love, tenderness and yes, the ability to be as strict as necessary to keep myself and my brother in line. In all of my years she has always been in my thoughts and will remain there. Viola and Allie were two of the finest people I have ever known. Even though I cannot be there know that I grieve with you. Leonard, Vickie, Stephen and Preston Benson

  4. Allie: I am very sorry to hear of your lose. I am very speechless as to what to say. May God bless both your parents as well as your family. In case you do not know who I am I am the guy with the blue Tundra and you also did work on my red Sunfire after running down two dogs a few yrs back. God bless, Ted Gleason

  5. Although we never met, we wanted to let the family know that you are all in our prayers. David Searcy was our father. Allie and David Searcy were brothers. The Searcy Family is sending their love. May God embrace your family with his loving arms, during your time of loss.

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