Morrow Chapel Cemetery
Wednesday April 6th, 2022
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Finis Ruben Pool
Finis Ruben Pool went to be with our Lord on Sunday, April 3, 2022 in Kaufman at Sunflower Care Center.
Finis Ruben Pool was born on March 10, 1924 to Lula Baldwin Pool, and Thomas Pool near the Ola Community. In the early days Finis helped on the farm, with his four younger brothers. He joined the Army and served for two years during World War II, but returned home to help his mother on the farm and his younger brothers. After a few years he moved to Los Angeles, California and lived with an uncle, and worked in construction. He returned to Texas in 1966 working in construction until he joined the Teamsters Union and worked for Safeway Warehouses for 30 years, until he retired in 1985
He married Martha Ann Miller July 9, 1979. He and Martha moved to Enchanted Oaks at Cedar Creek Lake after they both retired. They attended the First Presbyterian Church in Mabank. Finis loved working in his yard, dancing with Martha, music, traveling, and watching the Dallas Cowboy games with their nephew Todd.
Finis is preceded in death by his loving wife, Martha, his parents, three brothers, Jay T., Luther, and Lloyd, Sisters-in-law Mary Pool and Helen Pool, niece Kathy Nichols and nephew Mike Pool.
He is survived by one brother Joe Pool of Terrell, 2 nieces Carolyn Harrison and Betty Jane Tallas of Kaufman, nephews Jimmy Pool and Tommy Pool of Kaufman nephews, Nickie Pool and Tommy Keith Pool of Styx, nephew Jerry Pool of Dallas, nephew Gifford Pool of Georgia, niece Linda Miller of the Colony, nieces Sherry Mandella and Debbie Straubb of California , Sister-in-law Irma Pool of Dallas and Jean Pool of Mesquite and many other friends and relatives.
Finis will be greatly missed.
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Our family met Mr Pool when my dad became his roommate at Sunflower. We became friends quickly. He had such a sweet smile and was always appreciative of our visits and attention. He and dad enjoyed a few football games together but my dad began to dwindle quickly and poor Mr. Pool had to endure some difficult times with dad. They had to move dad eventually but we always made sure to see Mr Pool everytime we saw dad daily! Both my grown daughtes fell in love with Mr Pool and his contagious smile. I hope we we brought a little bit of joy to him in his last days. Rest in peace our friend! With love, Bobby, Cindy, Diana Pritchett, Gracie & Drake, Leah & Aaron Odom, Ian & Izzy
Cindy Pritchett Apr 4 2022 8:40 PM