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G. Lacy South

November 15, 1944 — April 14, 2009

G. Lacy South faithful servant of God, went to be with his Lord on April 11, 2009. A memorial service will be held on Tuesday, April 14, 2009 at 2:00 p.m. at the North Side Baptist Church in Weatherford, Texas with Van Houser officiating. Memorial contributions may be made to the North Side Baptist Church Building Fund 910 N. Main St. Weatherford, Texas 76086 or the individual's charity of choice. Lacy was born November 15, 1944 in Santa Anna, Texas to Thomas Lacy South and Corinne Gray South. He attended school in Big Spring, Texas, and graduated from Texas Tech with a BBA and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary with a MSRE. For over thirty years he spent his life's vocation as a minister in several different places, Athens, Midland, Fort Worth, Weatherford, Texas and Pensacola, Florida. He served as a president of the Optimist Club of Weatherford and a member of the National Association Church Business Administrators. He served in several capacities in the Weatherford Chamber of Commerce. He spent his life in service to other people. Lacy said if he had to choose the one thing he enjoyed above anything except his family, it would be to teach God's word. Survivors: wife of forty-two years, Judy Daniel South of Weatherford. He is also survived by a daughter, Angie Ellis of Midland and a son, Brent and wife, Kim South of Rockwall. He is also survived by his father, Tom and wife, Helen South of Midland and a twin brother, Tom and wife, Jan South of Abilene. The delight of his life was his 3 grandchildren, Cori Ellis, Cooper South and Hannah South. He is also survived by 3 nieces and a nephew. Lacy was preceded in death by his mother, Corinne Gray South.

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