King Rawlins
January 25, 1940  -  March 25, 2019

King Rawlins

Graveside Service for Family and close friends
Upper Cedar Creek Cemetery
Cedar Creek, TX  
Friday, March 29, 2019

Celebration of Life
Cedar Creek United Methodist Church
5630 FM535
Cedar Creek, TX  
Friday, March 29, 2019
Map & Directions  Map & Directions

Upper Cedar Creek Cemetery
Cedar Creek, TX  

Milton King Rawlins died Monday, March 25, 2019 at his home in Cedar Creek, Texas.
He leaves his wife of 51 years, Marilyn Sue Rawlins; his daughter, Victoria McCuistion;
Son-in-law, Dan McCuistion; grandchildren: Becca, Holly, Hether, and Hanna;
great grandchildren: Walker, Sophie, and Nora; Brother: Jim Rawlins; Sister: Jerry
McCombs; numerous nephews and nieces; and many friends.

King was preceded in death by his Father, King Henry Rawlins, and his Mother,
Julia Sturgis Rawlins Henry.

Known as King or Sonny to friends and family, he was born January 25, 1940 in Dallas,
Texas. King attended Sunset High School and Arlington State College. King first started
riding motorcycles when he was 15 and probably had every brand (except a Harley) by
the time he stopped riding in his 70’s. He also participated in auto cross, and it was in the
Corvair Camaro Sports Car Club where he met and married the love of his life, Sue on
April 27, 1968. The best and only child - Victoria Carol, was born on January 1, 1972.

King worked for National Cash Register for 17 years and then with a move to Austin
became the Vice President and General Manager of Resource Building Materials. He was a
natural salesman. Once the white hair showed up, he became a natural Santa Claus and
loved dressing up and bringing cheer to children in December.

King always had lots of fun, hunting, boating, fishing, camping, and riding motorcycles. He
was a true outdoorsman with many family vacations traveling across Texas and enjoying
all that nature had to offer. Many of those trips were on motorcycles with the Gypsy
Motorcycle Club or the Austin Road Riders Association.

Cedar Creek UMC became the cherished church family in 2004 and King truly enjoyed working
in the church and helping however he could.

Grandpa King loved his grandchildren and great grandchildren and any time he got to spend
with them or take them some place. He was always so proud of them.

King lived life to its fullest and loved large.

Memorial Contributions may be made to Cedar Creek United Methodist Church, 5630 FM535,
Cedar Creek, TX 78612


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  1. Janice Urban
    Victoria, TX, TX

    So sorry for your loss. Sending prayers to the family.

  2. David & Kathy Epps
    Canton, TX

    May God bless you and keep you until you meet again

  3. Betty Giannone
    woodcreek, TX

    I understand the deep bond between father and daughter, and know that you, Vicki, were fortunate to have experienced this treasure. Love and prayers go out to you, your Mom, and all your lovely girls. He was a true inspiration to all of you, and he will be deeply missed.

  4. Daphne and Kyle Smith
    Wimberley, TX

    We are so sorry for you loss of King, we are praying for you and your families comfort during this difficult time and for your peace knowing he is with The One he loved and served during his time on this earth.

  5. Heloise Medina
    San Antonio, TX

    The souls of the righteous are in the hand of God, an no torment will ever touch them. In the eyes of the foolish they seemed to have died, and their departure was thought to be a disaster, but they are at peace. Wisdom 3:1-4

    May God send his Holy Spirit to comfort the family in this time of need.

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