Douglas Ott, 74. Our beloved Husband passed away on December 11, 2018. He was born
October 25, 1944 in Bastrop, Texas to Henry and Velma (Goertz) Ott.
Douglas owned and operated the Rodeo Inn Tavern in Bastrop for many years. He served 6
years in the Army National Guard.
Douglas was preceded in death by: his parents; brothers, Larry Alfred Ott in 1960 and Danny
Ray Ott in 1989; and a nephew Corey Paul Wright.
Douglas is survived by: his wife, Della (Wilhelm) Ott; sisters, Anna Lee Beck and Shirley Jane
Wright; nieces, Mary Carey and Jane Wright; great-nephews, Jordan, Jacob and Jodie; and a
step-daughter Leslie Davis.
Dearest Della, I’m so very sorry for your loss. Praying for you and your family. Always Wilma ❤️
Wilma Cervantez VillegasAustin, TX
So sorry to hear about Doug he was a good man always helped Jackie Meece. My condolences to the family.
Lola MeeceBastrop, TX
So sorry for you loss. He will be missed by everyone that knew him.
Jack and phyllis burnsBastrop, TX
Della. I will be praying for you and your family. If you need anything email me or message me on Facebook. Love you Girl ❤️🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼💙
Ida Printy CollinsAustin, TX
I knew Doug since 1979. I worked several times for him at the Rodeo Inn. He was always respectful and kind. May you Rest In Peace, Doug.
Janie BeardBurnet, TX
I knew the call would come eventually & I'm thankful to those who made effort to let me know. Dougie, YOU were one of the kindest, most sincerest souls I've ever met. I'll never forget those kind eyes, super soft voice OR the night you & Mr. Smith changed my world forever. My tenure at Rodeo are days I'll never forget & too many treasured memories. I thank you for the many jokes, smiles & winks of assurance throughout the years. I know you knew, so I'll take comfort there. Peaceful sleep until we meet again & we will. I LOVE YOU DOUG OTT! Blessings to your family, friends & all who loved you
You were my first boss when I moved to Bastrop and one of the best ever. I will miss you.
Sherry BarryBastrop, TX
You are a very nice person,you will be missed but, never forgotten.RIP Douglas
Dolores Cruz (Davis)Texas, TX
We will miss you on this earth my friend but enjoy yourself with the lord. May you find peace and joy for ever more. Thank you for being my friend.
Keith @ Marilyn EvansCanyon Lake, TX