In Memory

Richard "Dickie" Mauldin

Richard Dickie Mauldin

Sad news to report:


Mauldlin, Richard O. "Dick"

February 13, 1942 - March 4, 2017

The Mauldin family, a multi-generational residents of Bryan, are mourning the loss of one of their own.

Richard O. "Dick" Mauldin, 75 retired owner of a Kerrville, TX business, passed away on Saturday March 4th in Castle Rock, Colorado. Memorial services are being arranged.

His retirement years were spent in Colorado, Texas, and Budapest, Hungary, with the last of his years in Castle Rock, Colorado.

Mauldin was owner of Bicycles Etc. in Kerrville from 1980 to 1995, and organized numerous bicycling events for adults and children including fundraising events. Because of his knowledge of the bicycle industry, Bicycles Etc. was a frequent destination for bicycle business owners from San Antonio, Austin and other cities who were interested in his innovative business practices.

For years Mauldin headed the Computer Plans team for Brown & Root operation for building offshore drilling rigs in Greens Bayou near Houston before moving to Kerrville to raise his family in a healthy community environment.

Mauldin held 100 yard dash and 200 yard dash records at Stephen F. Austin High School in Bryan.

Friends and family remember him for being a proud father and good Dad, for his dry wit, his leading man good looks, and his love for making unusual things out of wood—furniture with hidden compartments and a fully functional low rider bicycle.

Survivors include sons Garret Mauldin and wife, Joey with children Hali and Max of Erie, Colorado, Denton and wife Evie with children Emily and Benji of Sydney, Australia, and Andy Mauldin with children Isabella and Zoe of Wimberley, Texas and their mother Sarah DuBose of Kerrville. Brothers Charles Mauldin of Austin, Texas and family, and Larry Mauldin of Bryan, Texas with his sons Edward T. Ramirez Jr. and wife Michelle, Ronald T Ramirez, and Richard Brandon Mauldin.

Dick Mauldin joins in peace his Bryan Texas family Father, Floyd Asa Mauldin, Mother, Theo Cuba Manire Mauldin, and his siblings, Floyd Harold Mauldin, Virgil Everett (Vic) Mauldin, Wilma Jean Mauldin Mahaffey, Elnor Katherine (Kay) Mauldin, and Larry's wife Billie Galindo Mauldin.


 Dick Mauldin passed away about a week ago of an apparent stroke. His body is to be cremated and the ashes scattered according to his children’s wishes.

Winford, Dick's half-brother Winford Mauldin (SFA class of 1956).said Dickie was reclusive to the very end; a relative found him unconscious and barely breathing; after evaluation showed him in unrecoverable shape.

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