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Marvin Clifton Wammack Jr., known as “Cliff” to everyone, left this earthly world on October 20, 2022. Cliff was born on February 2, 1950 to Marvin Clifton Wammack Sr. and Vivian Jean Johnson Wammack. Both parents preceded him in death. He is survived by one sister, Sharon Jean Hammond and her husband, Jim.
Cliff graduated from Waxahachie High School in 1967. He went to Texas Tech University and was drafted to the United States Army to Vietnam. On his return from the service, he worked for his father for a few years at Red Oak Valley Golf Club before venturing into his own farming business. Later, he served one term as Ellis County Commissioner of Pct. 4, he was also a brand inspector for the State of Texas, and in 1990 he and his wife Connie, gained ownership of Red Oak Valley Golf Club until he retired in 2019.
In 1977 he met Connie Elaine Wammack and they were married on November 4, 1978. Their union was a deep and committed love until his passing. From this union came Jared Blain Wammack, who married Jennifer Berdull, and Brandon Lane Wammack, who married Lindsey Patton.
From a previous marriage, he had a son, Clifton Chad Wammack, who married Cammie Lenee’ Richardson.
Grandchildren from these marriages, whom Cliff loved dearly, were Logan Brandon, Halle Irene, Austin Jared, Laney Elizabeth, Hayes Blain, and Carsen Riley.
Cliff worked long, hard hours most days, but he loved to travel. He loved the lake and had a lakehouse at Cedar Creek. Most summers he and the family spent days at the beach in Galveston at a beach house. In recent days he had talked about where he wanted to travel when he was better.
Cliff had been past or current member of Red Oaks Lions Club, Rockett Special Utilities Water Board, The Texas Shorthorn Association, the American Shorthorn Association, and several golf associations. Cliff and Connie had many great years with their Shorthorn families, showing registered Shorthorn cattle all over the United States.
Cliff was a gentle and kind man. He was loved and respected by everyone that knew him. He will be greatly missed by his loving family and friends.
Wednesday, October 26, 2022
6:00 - 8:00pm (Central time)
Wayne Boze Funeral Home
Thursday, October 27, 2022
Starts at 10:30am (Central time)
Red Oak Cemetery
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