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Memorial for A. C. Nichols

Born on Dec. 12, 1917
Departed on Jun. 30, 2010 and resided in Austin, TX.
Visitation: Wednesday, Jul. 7, 2010
12 pm - 7:00 pm
Service: Thursday, Jul. 8, 2010
10:00 am
Cemetery: Evergreen Cemetery
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A.C. Nichols was born December 12, 1917 to Tommie and Icy Rene Brewer Nichols. A.C. attended DeValle Public Schools.

A.C. was preceded in death by his daughter Myrtle Nichols Hutcherson, his sister Martha Ann Rooks, and one brother Lawrence Brown.

A.C. as he was so often called, was baptized at a very early age under the late Rev. S. L. Lee. He attended Rehoboth P.B. Church along with his sisters.

A.C. was a veteran of World War II and was honorably discharged in 1945. A.C. held a job for a short time. He always had a passion to build and paint. He begins and word went out that A.C. had a talent for adding rooms onto your home and doing many fix up jobs. It turned into his own little business. He did many jobs, never being paid for the work he did. That never stopped him; he always answered the calls to help someone.

If you would ask A.C. to put down that paintbrush, it would only be to pick up one of those reels to take to the coast. He did some hunting once in a while, but fishing was his relaxing love. He would leave for many days to fish and when he returned, he dropped off the catching, and oh, it was not just a few – he had drums, capers, and red snapper and they were almost as tall as he. A.C. left us with awe from his life. He never once complained of any pains nor did he mention of any. He often stated that I have been here a long time and he thanks God. He’s going Fishing now, and won’t be back.

His Love remains with his two granddaughters, Rosalind Ann Nichols, Ebbonita Renee Hutcherson of Houston, Texas; four great grandchildren, Regan (Brandi) Nichols I of Houston, Dwyane Spears, Charmaine and Chantee

Thornton of Houston, Texas; two great great grandchildren Ja’Nessa Spears and Regan Nichols II; one sister Lula Mae Jones; one brother Tommy (Ella Mae) Nichols; Ms. Jo Jackson, his better half, and her family, especially her grandson that they raised together at the loss of her daughter, Cedric Lee. There are other extended family members’ names we don’t have, and we care to acknowledge all of them. He also leaves one nephew, A.C. (Bobbie) Houston; three great nieces, Alice (Lemuel) Myrick of New York, Patricia (Wayne) Wright I of Victorville, California, and Belinda Houston of Atlanta, Georgia; three nephews Freddie Howard and Michael Howard of New York, Andrew Houston of Albuquerque, New Mexico; surviving aunts, uncles, great great nieces and nephews and cousins.
  

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