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J.C. Partin

Thursday, October 3, 2019
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J.C. Partin, 83, of Priddy died Sept. 24, 2019, in Goldthwaite.

Services were held Saturday, Sept. 28, at First Baptist Church, Goldthwaite. Burial followed in Priddy Cemetery under the direction of Stacy-Wilkins Funeral Home.

Mr. Partin was born Aug. 9, 1936, in Priddy, the son of Floyd and Alma Seider Partin. He was married to Francine Hufstutler on March 18, 1962, and was a member of Priddy Baptist Church.

He spent 60 years on some type of tractor – bulldozers or John Deeres. He built many tanks, cleared lots of mesquites and farmed lots of acres in his lifetime.

He was a conservation contractor and served in the Army.

In his younger years, he rode a Harley and had a good time riding three-wheelers.

His pride and joy were his grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

He devoted almost 50 years to his wife Francine, whom he thought was a dandy.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife Francine in 2012; and brother Willard in 2017.

Survivors include his daughter Connie Sliger and husband William and son Jason Partin and wife Patty, all of Priddy; grandchildren Amanda Spruill, Lindsay Milburn and husband Calvin and Chance Sliger, all of Comanche, Jessica Works and Sydney Partin, both of Priddy, and Tye Battreal of Tigard, Oklahoma; great-grandchildren Kelsey, Blaine and Kayden Spruill of Brownwood, Braxton and Levi Works of Priddy, Hayden, Jake and Brynlee Milburn of Comanche and Elijah Battreal of Tigard; brother Dane Partin and wife Jaynie of Stephenville; sister Lottie Johnson and husband Gary of Comanche; sisters-in-law Catherine Ross, Bobbie Pierce and Doris Partin; brothers-in-law Roy Hufstutler and Sonny Stacy; and aunt Bernice Raines of Texas City.

Pallbearers were Wesley Peters, Kelvin Eoff, Karbin Eoff, Danny Partin, Aristeo Reyes, Tye Battreal and Chance Sliger. Honorary pallbearers were Harold Eoff, Jessie Partin, Alton Drueckhammer, John Priddy, Nathan Carothers, Melvin Eilers, Dan Eoff, W.J. Hopper, Stuart Peters, Bill Bishop, Charlie Seider and Roby Lubke.