Click on above link for Affadavit of Greg Davis
Don’t let a little thing like an Affadavit from an ex employee about your dealings with the rich or powerful of Waco, or just your friends stop the “business as usual” in the County. If you remember the names Reyna called when Twin Peaks first broke out, you’ll remember it was Randy Crook and Johnny Ash. Reyna dismissed a charge for the daughter of Alfred Densman, and if you think Davis was lying, have a look at the pall bearers of Mr. Densman.
Pallbearers will be Ryan Amthor, Joe Hestilow, Jeff Oliver, Randy Crook, Paul Ancira, Brad Wilson, Keith Roberts, Randy Roberts, Sammy Citrano, Jim Wetzel, Abel Reyna, Tom Ash. Honorary Pallbearers will be Waco Goodfellas, Sysco Family, Frank Traplena, Wayne Redding, Wayne Green, David Hammons, Bimbo Hand, Bubba Denman, Billy K Crawford, Doug Mills, Frank Valdez, Richard Valdez, his nephews, and all his many brothers who he loved like family.
Aug. 14, 1956 – Nov. 19, 2017
Alfred Dwayne Densman, 61, of Robinson, lost a decade long, never give-up, battle with cancer on Sunday, November 19, 2017, at Providence Hospice, surrounded by his faithful family. Celebration of Life will be held 1:00 p.m., Friday, November 24, at Wilkirson-Hatch-Bailey Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Rosemound Cemetery. A celebration reception will follow at George’s party and banquet room, Waco, Texas.
Dwayne was born August 14, 1956, in Waco to Alfred and Louise Densman. He attended Waco schools and graduated from University High School in 1974 and TSTC in 1977. He met his once in a lifetime love, Jacquelyn Anne “Bird” Williamson in 1977, and they married January 13, 1979. Their love story is a special and rare one. They loved to spend every minute together. They were happy doing everything together or nothing at all. They had two daughters, Amity and Autumn. Dwayne spent most of his career as a marketing representative with Sysco Food Service, until his illness forced his retirement in 2015. He is a member of Robinson First Baptist Church, where he renewed his faith in the Lord and loved his prayer times with Pastor Brooks.
He is preceded in death by his parents, Alfred and Louise Densman; his sister and brother-in-law, Patsy and Buddy Sikes; brother-in-law, Scotty Williamson; and other loved ones.
He is survived by his wife, Jackie; two daughters, Amity Pitcher of Bryan, and Autumn and husband, Ryan Amthor, of Robinson; grandchildren, Madeline and Mackenzie Harrell of Bryan and Ashtyn and Aceyn Amthor of Robinson; sister, Betty Bryant and husband, Bob, of Aquilla; and sisters-in-law, Cinda Hestilow and husband, Joe, of Lorena, Vicki Williamson and David Hammons of China Spring, and Susan Williamson of San Marcos; and brother-in-law, Ron Williamson of Woodway. He is also survived by other loving uncles, aunt, nieces and nephews who he adored and spent lots of time with.
Dwayne, the “Godfather”, was a simple man who loved his God, his family and his brotherhood of Goodfellas, an organization he helped organize over 20 years ago to help Central Texas’ unfortunate children at Christmas. His smile and stature commanded any room and could make any day a better one simply by being in his presence. He truly was a Gentle Giant with a heart to match. His infectious heart and smile attracted everyone he met. He fought harder than anyone and his amazing spirit allowed him to live. His enormous circle of friends, from every walk of life, was evidence of the way he lived and made you feel just by knowing him. His friends had an undying love and support for him like none other and never quit fighting with him. We will forever cherish our lives, love and the fun and special memories with him.
Thank you for the fun and loving life we had and being my best friend always. It was my honor to love and care for you, my sweet, sweet angel who I will miss every minute until we meet again. We will strive to continue to live as you did by making us all want to live better and love harder.
Special thanks to Providence Hospice and Dr. Nick Schwedock, who was amazing, and to Auddie Williams, Gay Fox and the nursing staff.
“We can no longer see you with our eyes; touch you with our hands; but we will feel you with our hearts forever.”
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his name to Waco Goodfellas, 505 Keys Creek, Waco TX 76708, or Robinson First Baptist Church, Robinson Texas.
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