Austine Embers Jr, 72 of Borger died Friday January 18th in Amarillo.
Memorial services will be 2:00 pm Thursday, January 24, 2019 at Minton Memorial Chapel. Cremation is under the direction of Minton Chatwell Funeral Directors of Borger.
He was born August 15, 1946 in Vernon, TX to Austine Embers Sr and Dorothy (Sauls) Embers. He was a machinist in the natural gas industry. He married Merlean Jones May 17, 1972 in Borger. He played softball and dominoes.
He was preceded in death by his parents and a sister.
Surviving are his wife Merlean. Sons Marcus Jones and wife Denise; Joe Jones and wife Sophia all of Borger. Daughter Jenneane Dickson and husband Ricky of Borger. Brother Donnie Embers of San Antonio, TX. Sisters Phyllis Wilson of Borger; Truzell Holliwell of Borger and Lorretta Sauls of CA. Eight grandchildren and three great grandchildren.
Rest in Peace My Brother.You Will Be Sorely Missed.All My Prayers Go Out To The Embers Family
rickie hallLUBBOCK, TX
Prayer to the family I thought a lot him. So too all of you just keep looking to the hills he is gone from you to a better place
Bea TaylorPampa, TX
Bea TaylorPampa, TX
Dear family of Austin “Onion”” Embers,
I am so very sorry for your loss. I lift you all in prayer.
Onion was a good friend, who always treated me so nicely & I loved his teasing & friendliness. He will be greatly missed
Lisa GillispieBorger, TX
God bless you and your family! Rest in peace my brother!
Michael BurnleyDALLAS, TX
I hold many fond memories of "Good Times" in our younger days with Austin. God bless he and his family.
Jerry DavisAmarillo, TX
Rest In Peace ONION
Jimmy Hall JrGlenns Heights, TX
Our thoughts and prayers are with Austin's family.
Forrest and Mary Alice CraigMoreno Valley, CA
Much love and many prayers for peace for you all my friends. May the Holy Spirit comfort you...
Heather BarkerBorger, TX
I am very sorry for your loss. I hope you find comfort in your memories of Austine and from others who remember him fondly. Psalms 147:3 says; "He is healing the broken hearted ones and is binding up their painful spots". May these word help you in the days ahead as you remember him.