Lyndon Aycock

Lyndon Eugene "Bill" Aycock

Tuesday, May 26th, 1942 - Friday, June 14th, 2019
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Lyndon (Bill) Aycock, age 77, of Riesel, passed away June 14, 2019 surrounded by his family. A Celebration of Life will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, June 20th at Pecan Grove Funeral Home, 3124 Robinson Dr., Waco. The family will receive visitors from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, June 19th, at the funeral home.
Lyndon was born May 26, 1942 in Kirk, Texas to parents, Marvin & Gladys (Potts) Aycock and was a life-long resident of Riesel, Texas. He owned and operated Aycock’s Oakwood Grocery in Waco for over 40 years. Always chewing on a cigar, he was quite the comedian, always making his customers feel welcome and he never knew a stranger.
Lyndon loved his family unconditionally, family get-togethers, piddling in his workshop and mowing his grass. Over the years, he also enjoyed watching his kids, grandkids and great-grandkids sporting events. Being a lover of music, family & friends alike who would visit his house would be invited to listen to his vast music collection.
Lyndon was preceded in death by his parents.
He is survived by his children, Maurene Padilla and husband Rick, Patricia Aycock, Brian Aycock and wife Chrissy, all of Riesel; brother, Thomas Aycock of Riesel; and sister, Charlotte Angeletti of Waco; grandchildren, Adam Padilla, Kyndra Buck and husband Terry, Reece Aycock, Alexis Shaw, Trent Stiles & Alexandra Aycock; and great-grandchildren, Ashlyn Nutt, Tatum Buck, AJ Padilla & Ryker Barnette.
The family wants to say a special thank you to Providence Hospice.
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, June 19th, 2019 | 6:00pm - 8:00pm
    Wednesday, June 19th, 2019 6:00pm - 8:00pm
    Pecan Grove Funeral Home
    3124 Robinson Dr
    WACO, TX 76706
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
  • Service

    Thursday, June 20th, 2019 | 10:00am
    Thursday, June 20th, 2019 10:00am
    Pecan Grove Funeral Home
    3124 Robinson Dr
    WACO, TX 76706
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email


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Diann Pankonien Smothers

Posted at 08:26pm
I am sorry to hear about your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

Raymond Dulock

Posted at 05:20pm
To the Family of Lyndon Aycock:
I, Raymond Dulock, spent a lot of time and ate many meals at Aycock Grocery. I worked for Wolfe Wholesale Florist for 30 years and remember many visits to the Aycock Grocery. Enjoyed visiting with Lyndon. He was a very friendly person to be with.
My prayers and thoughts are with your family.
Raymond Dulock, West, Texas


Posted at 10:43am
Such a plethora of knowledge you have gained and shared over the decades, always known for being a super hard working man, a family man, business man. Always the worlds best tinker of things ranging from automobiles, to building your house, to building shelves for your amazing collection of music. You were a wonderful human being who was far too good for this world. You have spent your time on this earth wisely, productively, and lovingly. Always lending a strong hand to help humanity and creating opportunity for others. You have created and developed a very beautiful family and a very strong family who loves you immensely. You have earned righteously' all the wonderful things in life any man could ever ask for. You will always be a perfect shining example of a righteous man, from living the righteous life you have so productively conducted. Your teachings in life and the lessons learned from you will never go in vain, ever. You make your family and Texas shine so bright, truly a glittering honor it is for you to be welcomed in God's Kingdom. You will always be loved, you will always be will always be missed. The wealth of knowledge you have shared will be cherished, honored, and well practiced........ 'sounds-like-a-plan' as you would say. Rest In Peace my good friend and mentor.
Love Eternal.

Catalina Cortes

Posted at 12:28am
Wow where to start? Mr Bill was an amazing man. Funny everyday!! Threw his slick punches with a smile, you couldn’t even get mad cause he spoke the truth. Whatever he knew he was going to make sure you knew HE KNEW. Every time we went to his store he would ask for someone in the family. He knew us all. Crazy how he made us feel like he knew our kids and uncles and aunts and boyfriends and exes too!! It was a show going in there... you just never knew what he was going to say. Mr Bill was real. Loved that about him. Our skin color was never an issue because at his store he treated us all the same. He clowned us all like family and we would go back every time to get more!
That place will always be Mr Bill’s to us.... and Mr Bill will always have that place in our hearts .
Deepest condolences to the family.
Honored to have had our paths cross and to say, “I knew Mr Bill.”💔

Deborah Hamilton

Posted at 11:19pm
I remember one time Danny Lopez came running to the house and said Deborah Lyndon is having a diabetic attack go up there so I rushed up there and just left Gilbert witch was about 4 then at the house and little did I know Ross and them had called 911 which was a big no no. I gave Lyndon some orange juice and the ambulance showed up. After they finally left of course I got gripped at I asked Lyndon if I was gonna have to sit up there everyday with him and he said yes. I said well what are we gonna do with Gilbert and Lyndon looks at me and said we can put him in the beer vault and he can get drunk! I still tell that story to ppl to this day. So sorry for the loss. Love yall. Deborah and family

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