Mack Wayne Laxson
April 28, 1943 – December 9, 2015
Mack Wayne Laxson, 72, passed away peacefully at home at Canyon Lake, TX on December 9, 2015 after a long, brave battle with cancer. Wayne was born in San Antonio April 28, 1943 to Aleck and Virginia Laxson. He attended Brackenridge High School, graduating in Germany from H. H. Arnold High School in 1961. He went on to graduate from Texas A & M University and obtained his Masters Degree in 1972. While in San Antonio he was founder of Castle Hills Executive Suites. Wayne was in commercial real estate for many years in San Antonio, Dallas and later in the Seattle area. He was an active member of the North San Antonio Chamber of Commerce and the Everett Chamber of Commerce in Washington State. He received many awards in both Chambers for his participation and contributions.
Wayne was preceded in death by his father, Aleck Laxson. Wayne is survived by his loving wife of 48 years, Mary Thomas Laxson, his mother, Virginia Laxson, his brother Ricky Laxson and wife Barbara, nephew, Brandon & Katie Laxson, niece, Meredith & Mark McEntire and many cousins and friends.
A memorial service will be held at University Methodist Church, DeZavala and Vance Jackson, in San Antonio February 15th at 11:00, followed by a reception at the church. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to UT Health Science Center, Cancer Therapy & Research Center, Executive Director's Critical Needs Fund, 7703 Floyd Curl Drive San Antonio, TX 78229-3900.
Monday, February 15, 2016
Mack Wayne Laxson
December 15, 2015
My deepest sympathy, it was an honor to care for Mr. Laxson. God bless you. Love Rabecca
John D Richardson
December 14, 2015
please accept my sympathy. I was saddened to learn of Wayne's long fight
and passing. John Dickson notified me Friday, and said that he and Gogi
were fortunate to have had lunch with Wayne and you a few weeks back. I
have fond memories of the times we shared, oh so many years ago. Please
let me know when you will have a "celebration" of Wayne's life, John
said sometime next Spring. I would hope that I'll be able to attend.
Again, my sincerest condolence.