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Nolen Geddie

Nolen Dawson Geddie III

Tuesday, January 30th, 1951 - Sunday, October 27th, 2019
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Obituary

Nolen Geddie III, 68, of Athens, passed away October 27, 2019 in Athens, Texas.

Nolen Dawson Geddie III was born January 30, 1951 in Athens, Texas, the son of Nolen D. Geddie, Jr. and Louis Jeanne (McKee) Geddie. He was previously a member of the First Baptist Church of Irving and most recently a member of the First Baptist Church of Athens. Nolen loved reading and was also an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting, fishing and planting trees. He also loved music and playing the trumpet. He will be known as a genuine people person.

He is preceded in death by father, Nolen D. Geddie, Jr. and brother, Geffrey Geddie.

Survivors include mother, Jeanne Geddie of Athens; son, Nolen D. Geddie IV of Athens; brother, Gwynn Geddie and wife Lynn of College Station; brother, Christopher Robin Geddie of Dallas and numerous nieces and nephews.

Funeral arrangements were entrusted to the Hannigan Smith Funeral Home family.
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Don Petty

Posted at 10:34pm
Jeanne called me in about January of this year and I found out then that Dawson had gone to be with the Lord. I was a bit in shock. Even though I hadn't seen or talked to Dawson since his Dad's funeral I have known him all my life. He's my first cousin. I and Troy and our parents visited Buster and Jeanne and the boys several times a year when I was growing up. And they would visit us as well.

It was always fun to visit them in Athens. Jeanne always had good food to eat, was in a cheerful and uplifting mood, and us boys were always up to something. Things didn't change much when we grew up. The families kept in touch and visited until our parents passed. Then it became phone calls.

I'll always have good memories of Dawson. I will miss you Cousin. I trust you are in good hands now with God and enjoying eternity with Him.

My thoughts and sympathies are with his family. God bless you all.

Don and Lynda Petty

Jeff Stasney

Posted at 10:33am
RIP
''Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family, friends and loved ones during this incredibly difficult time." We have the fondest memories of battling it out for first chair Trumpet, the man was a beast with that horn and super tough to beat. God bless you.
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