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Conroe, Texas, 77303
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Victor Hampton Dwyer
April 27, 1940 - June 29, 2006

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McInnis FamilyRory Dwyer
Victor A. DwyerJohn W. Fain, II
Londie LanePatsy Dwyer Callaway Futral
Scott & Angie MarcotteSusan and Bill Richardson
Jenny LowryLondon Lane
London LaneMargaret (Mullen) Pittman
Ron & Judy Bonnel


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By: Beverly Eisfeldt Jul 7, 2006
I am one of Vic's step daughters. I may have been a step daughter, but I never felt like one. I always felt that Vic treated all his step children as if they were his own. He loved my mother very much. And for that I will always be grateful. He was definitely a piece of work. He loved to visit with everybody. I don't think Vic every meant a stranger. Vic was definitely a story teller. When he would start a story, I would say now Vic, "readers digest version". And I'm sure that anyone that knew him, could guess what his response was. So you would just sit back and enjoy the ride. I will miss him. But I know he is in a much better place. And I bet he feels a whole lot better. I will look forward to our next visit. I'm sure he'll have some great stories for us all by then. I Love You Vic. Thanks for being there. Bev
By: Rory Dwyer Jul 4, 2006
My Dad was a great person and father. He was always there when I or anyone else was in need. He taught me about life and how to become a man. He loved his family and friends very much and he lived life to its fullest. Dad liked to barbeque for family and friends for any occasion. I LOVED HIM VERY MUCH AND I WILL MISS HIM TREMENDOUSLY.
By: Tyler dwyer Jul 4, 2006
papa meant to me because i didnt want him to die because i didnt want to see my family be sad and be crying every day.papa has tought lots of things to me in my life and i always her the things my dad and aunt have to say about how papa was always at there sport activities.I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER MY PAPA AND LOVE HIM A TON.
By: JOHN FAIN Jul 3, 2006
I enjoyed Victor's down to earth clarity and the incredible manner in which he would tell a story. I felt like I was there in person! I appreciated his honesty and integrity. He always remained a gentleman. He was a strong man. He always told me how much he loved his wife and family. I will miss victor. I knew he was ill since I hadn't heard from him in a few weeks. I prayed and prayed for his comfort and that he would be comforted knowing that all of those he loved on this earth would see him again. Victor was my friend. I wish we ALL had more time with him. It is always too soon when someone you love has to leave.
By: Londie Lane Jul 3, 2006
My father was a great father.He never missed anything that my brother and I were involved in. He taught me what a good parent was, and how to be one.Its a simple thing, but no one appreciated getting a card from someone more than he did.He loved to keep in touch with his friends and family, and always welcomed company.Im proud of who my father was, and I loved him very much.He will be missed truly by many.I love you Daddy.Rest in peace.

Your little girl, Londie
By: Jana Brown Jul 3, 2006
London & Londie, I am truly sorry for your loss. Please take solace in your memories. You are both such giving and caring souls, I know that your grandpa/father must have been as well. London, you are a such a little super star... remember the stars at night are merely openings in the sky were your loved ones are shining down on you. My thoughts and prayers are with both of you! Love, Jana
By: Patsy Dwyer Callaway Futral Jul 3, 2006
Mug, we will miss your smiling face. I love you.

By: Susan and Bill Richardson Jul 2, 2006
Londie, please remember that your loss is shared by those who care and understand. I wish we could be there for you in your time of sorrow. You are my dearest friend and your thoughtfulness, kindness and caring for others truly is an absolute tribute to your father, Victor, who helped raise an extraordinary woman. YOU!! He must have been (and I'm sure in his peace now) so very proud of you. All our love and prayers, Susan and Billy.
By: Scott Marcotte Jul 2, 2006
Vic was a dear friend of the family. We have many memories of our time spent together at Palmer Lake. He will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with his loving family.
By: Ron & Judy Bonnel Jul 1, 2006
Vic taught us how to become good/better firefighters during his time spent in the Fire Service. We have too many memories of his stories to pick one that would be called outstanding, they were all GREAT ! Our condolences to his family.
By: Tom Cook Jul 1, 2006
I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with Vic with Houston Natural / Entex from the 60's to the 90s. He was an extremely nice person and a good friend to all who knew him. Please accept my family's condolences.
By: London Lane Jul 1, 2006
My grandpa was always really funny,every time he saw me the first thing he would always say was... HEY THEM GRIL!!!!! he would always make me laugh. I will never forget my grandpa and I will never forget how funny he was.
By: E. Lewis Hensarling Jul 1, 2006
I am saddened by the news of Victor’s passing. Vic and I were coworkers from the mid-60’s through April of 2004. His mischievous grin and quick wit always livened up the workplace; he will be sorely missed. Please accept my deepest condolences.

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