Services for William Bradley Vollentine, 62, will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Lifeway Fellowship in Killeen.
Mr. Vollentine died Nov. 23, 2017. He was born Aug. 24, 1955, in Gonzales to Henry Howard and Genevieve Bradley Vollentine.
Mr. Vollentine graduated from Gonzales High School and attended Texas State University. He was always involved in the family lumber yard in Gonzales and attended school in Pipestone, Minn., specializing in building materials and the lumber industry, in which he was involved for many years.
He married Linda Miller in Gonzales, living there for several years, then moving to Maryland.
Mr. Vollentine lived in Hagerstown, Md., until moving back to his native Texas, where he loved the food, the music, his boots and his pickup. It was there he met and married Maria Standridge. Maria and Mr. Vollentine lived in Copperas Cove and later on the property that they both loved outside of Lexington. There, they enjoyed the wildlife, the sunsets and their livestock in the beautiful countryside.
Mr. Vollentine was employed at Lowe’s in Killeen and Bastrop. He enjoyed volunteering at the Central Texas State Veterans Cemetery and being active in the Bell County Crimestoppers.
Mr. Vollentine is survived by his wife, Maria; daughter, Ashley Burleson and her husband, Darren, of Hagerstown, Md.; grandchildren, Sherri, Kara and Elizabeth; daughter, Michelle Lopez and her husband, Joey, of Lexington; grandchildren, Stephen, Anna, Jacob and Emily; daughter, Jessica Standridge of Georgetown; grandchildren, Mckinlee and Mason. He is also survived by his brother Sandy Vollentine and his wife, Tracy, of Hutto; their children, Caris, Jess, Logan and Emma; and his sister, Lucianne Blakemore, and her husband, Dan, of Gonzales.
In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Lifeway Fellowship-Fellowship Hall fund at 4001 E. Elms Road, Killeen, TX 76542, or to the charity of your choice.