Dwayne Poteet – July 17, 2014

Poteet Obit PicDwayne Poteet, 67, of Amarillo, died Thursday, July 17, 2014.

Memorial services will be at 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, July 22, 2014, in Hillside Christian Church West Campus chapel with Jim McKee and Mike Nuthman officiating.  Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors.

Dwayne was born Oct. 11, 1946, in Wellington to W.A. and Catherine Poteet.  He worked in sales in the men’s suit department at Dillards.  Before retiring he had been a very successful buyer and sales representative for many companies.  He had owned The Outlet and other various businesses in Amarillo.  Dwayne was a member of Hillside Christian Church.  He loved to golf and watch NASCAR.

Survivors include two sons, Chad Poteet and wife Sherilyn of Amarillo and Brad Poteet of San Antonio; a brother, James Poteet of Dallas; and four grandchildren, Tyler, Sierra, Caitlyn and Peyton.

9 Responses to “Dwayne Poteet – July 17, 2014”

  1. Linda Lebow says:

    I worked with Dwayne many years & he was a good friend of mine. always happy & smiling & never a bad word about anything unless he was laughing. I loved being around him. So very sorry for your loss.

  2. Beth Sikes Crooks says:

    I am sadden to hear of the passing of Dwayne. I have good memories of the Poteet boys and their parents from my childhood in Wellington.

  3. Paula McFarlin says:

    Prayers to the family. Many good memories in the very young days .

  4. Vickie Mayhugh Porter says:

    Dwayne and I were classmates in the Wellington school system with the class of 1965. I remember Dwayne, his brothers and parents from the Wellington years. Sympathies to his family.

  5. Lourdes Hayworth says:

    I am truly sadden. May you rest in peace Mr. Dwayne.

  6. Lesa Gilbert says:

    Dwayne and I became friends when we were in Singles Too Sunday School when we were still at Paramount Terrace Christian Church. He was always the one who could make us laugh, in his very low key way. I did not know he had moved back to Amarillo since I have changed churches I am so sorry for his family and all of his other friends. He died too soon but I have to believe our Heavenly Father had better plans for him.

  7. Jeff Peck says:

    I knew Dewayne and his brother from our racing days back in the 1980’s. He would come by our shop (Sooter Racing)and always kept us laughing. So glad to have known him. My condolences to the family.

  8. Kassy Bradstreet McCullough says:

    Dwayne was my uncle for several years (married to my Aunt). I loved & adored him so much. We used to have the best conversations and he used to get me so tickled. I still refer to him as Uncle Dwayne & I’m so very saddened to hear of his passing.

    Love you Uncle Dwayne.

  9. Anna Kay Kelso Lockridge says:

    Please accept this delayed condolence. So sorry for the loss of Dwayne…..we were classmates in Wellington. Only good memories!
    Prayers for you all.

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