Douglas Hal Proctor, 48, of Baytown, Texas went to be with the Lord on Sunday, September 26, 2021. He was born in Baytown on December 1, 1972 to Archie E. and Anita Proctor. He graduated from Ross S. Sterling High School in 1991. He was a retired rigger who loved the outdoors, playing music, and spending time with his children. Doug loved the Lord and turned to him in his later years and loved to discuss the scriptures with anyone. He inspired others with his lessons and perseverance through many physical trials. He was a member of the Pruett and Lobit Church of Christ.
He was preceded in death by his father Archie E. Proctor Jr.; nephew Alex Gonzales; and both sets of grandparents. He is survived by daughter Allie Proctor; son Mason Proctor; step-son Josh Barrera and his wife Marisol; mother Anita Proctor; sister D’Ann Gonzales and her husband Fred; grandchildren Skye Ann Proctor, Charolette Wilson, Maya Barrera, and Jesse Barrera; nieces Tori Cunningham and her husband Corey; Samantha Gonzales; and many other beloved family members and friends, especially his church family.
“It is better to go to the house of mourning, than to go to the house of feasting: for this is the end of all mankind; and the living will take it to heart.” Ecclesiastes 7:2
Services will be held 10:00 a.m., Friday, October 1, 2021 at Sterling-White Funeral Home, Highlands, Texas officiated by Joseph Casimier and Jesse Flowers. Song service by Gerald Gwartney. Interment will follow in Sterling-White Cemetery. Serving the family as pallbearers are Josh Barrera, Steven Brumley, Chad Butler, David Gerza, Wayne Long, and Daniel Slawson. Honorary Pallbearers are Weldon Butler, Fred Gonzales, and Mickey Harrell.
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