Huey Stanford Pace Jr., of San Antonio, Texas, went home to be with the Lord on Wednesday, February 17, 2021 at the age of 73 years young. He passed peacefully at home due to a chronic medical condition. Born in Huntsville, Texas; Huey graduated from Sam Houston State University with a Bachelor’s degree. After a fulfilling and meaningful 20-year career of faithful service to his country, Huey retired from the United States Marine Corps after earning the rank of Major. After relocating to San Antonio in 1992, his committed desire to help others was demonstrated through his teaching of mathematics and computer science at various high schools throughout the San Antonio area. He was a husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother, leader, soldier, educator, and loyal friend to many people. But most important of all, he was a believer in Christ. The love, patience, grace and service to people that Christ demonstrated is what Huey aimed to show every person that he met whether it was complete strangers or family members, no matter how distant or far away. Huey Stanford Pace Jr. will be dearly missed by his ever-loving and supportive, beautiful wife of 47 years - Mamie L. Pace; children, Ronald McAdams, David Pace, Sharon Johnson, Robert Wincell Johnson, Don Purnell Johnson, Joseph Lewis Edwards, Janice Millhouse; numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, sisters, brothers, other relatives, students and many, many friends.

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  1. Huey was the salutatorian of the class of 1966. He was a great friend through out high school. We ran track together. We also attended and graduated from Sam Houston State University. He was always focused on friendship and education. He would always share his knowledge and friendship with anyone. God bless the family and friends. We will miss his passionate friendship and wisdom.

  2. My father passed away when I was 6 years old. Bay has been the only father figure for me and my siblings. My most favorite memories have to do with playing gulf together and sharing life experiences. He was a great grandfather to my grandchildren and enjoyed playing and laughing with them. I’m sure he’s looking down on us enjoying the after life with God and his new wings. He will be greatly missed. DJ

  3. I had the pleasure of being a neighbor to Mr. Huey for approx 20 years. He was a gentleman and a kind person. Always friendly and loved talking about astrology. He extended a hand to my daughter and nephew whenever they ran into challenges with their math. As usual Huey had it all figured out and this was passed to my daughter and nephew. I thank God for Huey ‘s presence in my life. He fought a good fight and definitely will be missed. Barbara Gable-Johnson

  4. I’m Huey Pace niece from Houston Texas and my uncle will truly missed Angela Posey Bradley

  5. Harold pace and Patricia pace Huey pace was my brother in law I love him we talk all the time until his health feel he always tell me sister In law Iam coming to see you and Harold one day I said ok let me know so I can cook you some pecan pie he loves my pies rip brother in law and from your brother Harold pace

  6. I saw Bay at his mother’s house (Miss Rosie) when I was 2 or three, that’s the only place my mom would allow me to go by myself…lol… A short dirt road I ran all the way to Miss Rosie’s house and all the way back. I wasn’t allowed to talk to strangers. One day when I ran down to Miss Rosie’s house Bay walked in shortly after I arrived, I gave Miss Rosie, her things was preparing to run back home when I encountered Bay. As I began to leave being that I was very young, he questioned where I was going. ( I couldn’t talk to strangers) “Mom didn’t play that” at this point I’m running towards our home, the whole way Bay was running behind me screaming “Where are you going little girl?” I ran inside told my mom a man was chasing me home. After my mom spoke with him and they cleared everything up, Bay did everything in his power to become my mom’s husband and our dad and I aquired the nickname (Bunny Rabbit) he couldn’t catch me, he was a runner can’t tell you how many times he told me of his skills on the football field, running track, tennis, pool, dominoes, cards and so much more .. I never imagined anything could hurt the way this does🙏🏾 I miss you….. See ya, Pops💜

  7. My name is Sandra Houston I’m one of Huey sisters Bay brother as some of us called him was one the most sweet and caring person you could ever know He loved his family and his family loved him My brother was always helping others and never complained he had such a big heart he was a GOD sent a very smart and God fearing man .Our family was so blessed to have such an angel as Bay brother we the family are going to really miss him but we know one day we will be together rejoicing .We thank God for the precious memories the bright smile he had that could light up a room when he walked in me and my sisters and brothers and uncle ,sister in laws ,brother in laws ,nieces and nephews ,cousins,will all hold him close in our hearts We love you bay brother your sister Sandra and Carl Houston of Huntsville Tx Sister Charlene and Pastor James Higgins of Missouri City Tx Sister Barbara and Michael Jackson of Corsicana Tx Brother Harold and Patricia Pace of Corsicana Tx Uncle Henry Lee Gordon of Huntsville Tx ❤️❤️❤️

  8. Growing up as a child in Huntsville, Bay and I would often go fishing on weekends and during the summer. It was during these times I discovered how much he loved to talk and enjoyed sports, mathematics, people and science. But more importantly, I learned to understand and appreciate how much he truly loved and adored my mother. For this love I am forever grateful. They spent forty-seven years together in marriage a tribute to an enduring partnership. I pray he is resting in God’s arms in eternal peace. Lewis

  9. My name is Randle Jackson. I’m one of Uncle Huey’s nephews. I will miss our frequent visits over the phone along with his great advice. He was the definition of an excellent husband, father, brother, uncle and friend. He will forever be loved and missed.

  10. Uncle Huey (bay brother) was not only my uncle but he was just like a big brother to me .This is not goodbye uncle/brother rest easy till we meet again one day love you forever your niece Jean Sandra Jean Hightower

  11. Major pace was a unique and interesting person I first met major Pace in North Carolina being friends with his stepson Robert Johnson ., He was a dedicated soldier hoorah he loved his wife and he loved his family he will be truly missed God blessed and rest in peace sir.

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