Mannon Leroy Mauldin

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Mannon "Leroy" Mauldin

November 07, 1931 - September 21, 2018

Mannon "Leroy" Mauldin, 87, of Gainesville, Tx, passed away Friday, September 21, 2018, at his home in Gainesville, Tx.
Leroy was born November 7, 1931, to Mannon and Gladys Mauldin in Oklahoma City.
Leroy graduated from school in Oklahoma City on May 27, 1947. After graduating, he went on the road to follow the rodeo circuit where he won many championships and made many lifelong friendships. Leroy moved to Gainesville, Tx in 1960 and spent his life as a rancher for 50 years.
Leroy was preceded in death by his son Michael Mauldin, his parents, 2 brothers and 2 sisters.
Leroy is survived by his wife Vicky, daughters Debbie Mauldin, Terry Mauldin, Stephanie Tompkins and husband Brian, Traci Truly and husband Nick, son Ty Mauldin, grandchildren Howard Kaler II and wife Stormie, Randi Bludau and husband Brice, Zane Mauldin and wife Jordan, Zachary Mauldin and wife Jacquelin, Ashley Breeden and friend Richard, Brittany, Garrett, and Jaden Schafer, Alex Tompkins, great grand-daughter Lennox Kaler, sister Alice Ann Leslie and husband Bob, and numerous extended family and friends.
There will be a memorial service to honor the life of Leroy Mauldin October 2, 2018 at 2pm in Oakridge at the Cooke County Cowboy Church.
Published on September 24, 2018
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Everetta Leverett Holbert
Oct 11, 2018
I am so very sorry for the passing of your precious husband.
I used to wait on y’all when you came in to Leal’s Restaurant in Whitesboro.
Praying for you and your loved ones.
Marsha and Ernie Martin
Sep 29, 2018
I was 10 years old in 1961 when I first visited the ranch with Mike. I have known Leroy since then. Seldom does one have the pleasure of meeting someone as knowledgeable and interesting in ones lifetime. Our sincere condolences to his family and friends.
Danny Neal
Sep 28, 2018
I was fortunate to spend a lot of time with Leroy , as a youngster, I roamed ever inch of the Hinton Ranch, by horse or foot. Quite a childhood fantasy. Yet there was always work to be handled on the ranch, in which Leroy was always there, seeing we did right.
Leroy , had a strong influence on my becoming a true rodeo cowboy.Dan Neal
David &Donna; Evans
Sep 27, 2018
We are sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with the family
Steve and Vickie Burkhart
Sep 27, 2018
With our deepest sympathy for the family our prayers are with you all.