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Friday, December 1, 2023
Starts at 2:00pm (Central time)
William David “Bill” Scarberry, 87, passed away Saturday, Nov. 18, 2023, while living with his son, Steven “Dwayne” Scarberry in Roseburg, Oregon.
Bill was born in Aransas Pass, Texas, on Oct. 25, 1936, to the late Carl Vernon Scarberry and Beatrice Grizzle Buckholtz. He was an only child by this marriage but was raised by his stepfather, Nolan Martin.
Bill served in the U.S. Army in Panama Canal Zone, California and Massachusetts. Following his dedicated service, he returned to his hometown of Beeville, Texas, and started his career as a local and long-distance truck driver. After holding a CDL for more than 65 years, he traveled extensively the whole United States, Alaska, Canada and Mexico.
Bill was preceded in death by his wife, Carol Ann Frank; his sons, David Michael Scarberry, Douglas Allen Scarberry and Daniel Scarberry; his stepson, James Earl Lockhart; grandsons, Michael Anthony Scarberry and James Earl Lockhart II; and siblings, Addie Berry, Katherine Martin and Bonnie Scarberry.
Survivors include his sons, Steven “Dwayne” Scarberry of Roseburg, Oregon and Eric Nolan Scarberry of Beeville; daughter-in-law, Suzie Palmer of Kingsland; grandchildren, William David “Bill” (Brandi) Scarberry, II, Amie (Michael) Holt, Stevie (Cameron) Couturier, Nylah Scarberry and Nolan Scarberry; great-grandchildren, Kree Lockhart and Keely Lockhart, both of Beeville, Shyanne Walker and Marcus Walker of Roseburg, Oregon, Summer Finney, Ayden Peavy, Camden Peacy and Cesily Peavy, all of Fort Worth, Austin Scarberry, Isabella Scarberry, both of Holly Ridge, NC; and Lexus Maurer of Charlotte, NC; siblings, Ronnie (Kathy) Martin of Victoria, Barbara Joyce Williams of Venus, Texas, Darlene Martin of Beeville, Rose Martin of San Antonio and Pat, Joyce, Dennis and Richard Scarberry of California; and numerous cousins, aunts and uncles who he grew up with in the Beeville area.
A graveside service will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, Dec. 1, at St. Joseph Cemetery.