August 9, 1955 - August 15, 2015
Ford Hal Bazar passed away unexpectedly at his home on August 15, 2015. He was born to Hal John Bazar and Mildred White Bazar on August 9, 1955 in Refugio, Texas. Graduating from Woodsboro High School in 1973, he went on to continue his education at Sam Houston State University and received his Bachelor of Arts in Physical Education in 1978. In 1984, he became co-owner of Tri-Star Properties and in 1988 began his own business, Ford Realty. Ford loved spending time on his ranch in Centerville hunting, hosting men's retreats there for First Assembly of God, and having annual family reunions. He loved his family and enjoyed hosting family functions. He was always willing to open up his home to family for special events. Ford was extremely passionate about real estate. Over the years, he literally helped thousands of people buy and sell property around the Houston area. He was one of the most successful residential Realtors this area has or will ever see. He was also an amazing grandfather that loved his grandchildren and would travel all over to cheer them on in everything they did. He was a dedicated member of First Assembly of God in Conroe and was a true believer in Jesus Christ. He is survived by his mother, Mildred, sister Kay Strickland and husband C.W. of Montgomery and sister Sue Bennett and husband Bill of Streetman, his children, Hal Bazar and wife Christina of Conroe, daughter, Amanda Bazar of Willis, and daughter Jennifer Woods and husband Bret of Maumelle, Arkansas. Grandchildren, Hunter Bazar of Conroe, Gunner Bazar of Conroe, and Nash Woods of Maumelle, Arkansas also survive him. Preceeding him in death is his father, Hal, wife of 21 years, Ann Pangarakis Bazar, and multiple cousins, aunts, and uncles. The family requests that no flowers are ordered for his service. Food may be delivered for the funeral service guests for a "pot luck" lunch by 11:00 on Friday to the First Assembly of God in Conroe. Any charitable donations can be made to the First Assembly of God in Conroe.
Ford Hal Bazar passed away unexpectedly at his home on August 15, 2015. He was born to Hal John Bazar and Mildred White Bazar on August 9, 1955 in Refugio, Texas. Graduating from Woodsboro High School in 1973, he went on to continue his education... View Obituary & Service Information
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