In Loving Memory

Carroll Charles "Butch" Faske

Carroll Charles "Butch" Faske
October 25, 1950
May 29, 2020
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To the entire Faske family we send our deepest condolences your way. May God grant you his peace and comfort.

Mark, Rachel, & Mattie Niebuhr
Rachel Ellermann Niebuhr
Brenham, TX
My thoughts and prayers are with your family! Butch was loved through out our community. Very respected gentleman! That he was a gentleman! Gods peace and love!
Bonnie Demuth
Brenham, TX
Bonnie, I am so sorry for you and your families loss. I'm never on Facebook and ask your forgiveness for not contacting you sooner. A man is known by his words and his actions, even moreso by what others say about him.... He must have been a remarkable man. His legacy truly lives on in you. You and all your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Todd Sartor
Tomball, TX
Betsy and Family,
So sorry to hear about Butch. He’s out of pain and resting in the arms of the Lord. I know y’all will miss him, I know how hard it is.
Remember all the great memories y’all made, no one can take them away. Y’all are in my prayers.
God Bless y’all!!!!!
Eunice Drews
Brenham, TX
Our thoughts and prayers are for this family during this difficult time. Hold tight to those loving memories.

Willie and Rose Weiss
Willie & Rose Weiss
Brenham, TX
I’m sorry for your loss.
Roy Hubert
Brenham, TX
Butch was a great person and a good friend. I've know him from school days and through my days with the Sheriff's Department. May God look over him and his family.
Gene & Darlene Herrmann
I’m so sorry for your loss our prayers are with your family
Butch was a super person always loved going in Faskes
He took care of our needs for the 40 years I’ve been here
Bless your family he will be missed
Donald and Pam Shaw
Brenham, TX
When Butch and Betsy moved out to the country on FM 109 and became our neighbors, Butch wanted to learn how to bale hay with a square Berry Lee taught him how, Butch was a fast learner and did a great job
Paulette and Berry Lee Malkey
Brenham, TX
Betsy, Bruce, Bonnie & families...

I am truly, truly sorry for your loss. Losing Butch has been such a tremendous loss for us as well.

Honestly, the words just don't seem to be there. He was such an important part of our world. He was around almost weekly & he called our office much more often than that. He was the one person guaranteed to send me the shortest text messages ever. Usually just sending "received". That was totally Butch - short, straight & to the point.

He was more than just our Constable, he was our friend - but he didn't have to be, he wanted to be. He wanted to know how we were all doing. He truly cared about us. He was a good & kind hearted, truly genuine man. One that can NEVER be replaced.

It has already proven extremely hard to realize that he will not be calling us, emailing or texting us again. I have tried to email him more times than I can count, solely out of shear habit. That habit is going to be one that is really hard to not do. I have told Terrence on more than one occasion to "gather that up so I can take it to Butch at the jewelry store". Yet again, another habit that is really hard to break. I guess you really do not realize how much you come to rely on someone until they are no longer in your life.

Butch was such a blessing to Douglas & to me & Terrence very much enjoyed sharing stories with him.

I know how much I am hurting, I cannot even begin to imagine your pain. Please know that we are always here for you if you need anything. We pray that God brings all of you comfort, strength & love during this time.
Holly & Terrence Johnson
Brenham, TX
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