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John (Reuben) Browder Traylor, Jr.
March 17, 1924 - October 15, 2006

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By: Terri Walding Dashiell Oct 18, 2006
Uncle Reuben was a fine Uncle and a fine man. My family thought the world of him. He was so kind and always had sommewise wise and funny to say. You will be missed. We all loved you very much. It's nice to know you are sharing space in Heaven with other family members. This family is really big and tuff to get away from. We loved your Uncle Reuben. The Luby Walding Family
By: Tommy Dean Oct 18, 2006
Gosh, where do you start? Probably one of the most meaningful lessons I learned was from Uncle Browder, and it was at a family reunion several years back. A BUNCH of kids were outside playing and being somewhat noisy. (Yes, one of mine was in the bunch) Anyway, one of my brother-in-laws, whom will remain nameless, came out and scolded the kids telling them to be quite. WELL, Uncle Browder called him over and told him (you know how elequent Uncle Browder can be) that "Those kids are making memories! You leave them along and go on back in the house." nuff said. I'll never forget that lesson. We all made momories when we were young and my best always involved my Uncle Browder.
By: Melinda Dean King Oct 17, 2006
What a wonderful man! One of my first memories of Uncle Browder were when he visited us in Evant. I was only about 3, and I put his big cowboy boots on....needless to say, my whole leg disappeared! The first time I ever saw him without his overalls on was at Laure's wedding, he was in a tux....and he had his teeth in....almost didn't recognize him!
We have lost a loving man but we have wonderful memories!!
So glad you were in our life Uncle Browder, rest well, you deserve it!
Love you!

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