July 9, 1994 ~ October 11, 2008
Austin Harper, age 14, passed away on Saturday, October 11, 2008 at his residence in Converse surrounded by his loving family. Austin was born on July 9, 1994 in Altus, Oklahoma to Guy Harper and Dorothy Acton. Austin was a freshman at Judson High School and well liked by all who knew him. Austin is survived by his parents, Dorothy Whiteman and Guy Harper; Step-father, Eric Whiteman and Step-mother, Emily Harper; his brother, Hunter and sister, Elizabeth; his grandparents, multiple aunts and uncles and other loving family. A memorial service will be held at 4:00 PM on October 18, 2008 at Madison Hills Baptist Church (15413 O'Connor Rd). In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Any Baby Can of San Antonio (www.anybabycansa.org) or the Muscular Dystrophy Association (www.mda.org).
We share in your sadness and treasure the memories we have of Austin–especially our trip to San Antonio and Sea World! Roger, Amy, Peyton, Mason & Carter
My condolences to you and your family. Anything that we can do for you, please let us know. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. -Danielle Sosna (and family)
Our deepest sympathy is with you. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. Angela Zaleta (and family)
Even though it is sad, Austin is in a better place with his new body and waiting to see the rest of us.
Our hearts go out to all of you during this time of loss. May your treasured memories comfort you in the days ahead. – Michelle Stewart and Family
We are sorry to hear of your loss. Our family will keep you in our thoughts. If there is anything that you need, please don’t hesitate to ask. Stay strong, keep your heads up, tomorrow is another day.
God be with you and your family. If there is anything you need don’t hestitate to ask.
I can’t imagine the pain of this kind of loss… I hope that you find peace and comfort in those around you who love and support you everyday but especially now. ~ Much love, Chip, Tiffany, Dakota and Chloe Shadden
We met only once – in Conroe TX – and I believe God planned the meeting. It didn’t seem at the time that Austin was that close to going home. But I’m so glad he had faithful parents – and a faith of his own – and that he has no MD and we will see him again. All my love and admiration are yours. Blessings