Aaron Harry Weiser, Jr.

Aaron Harry Weiser, Jr., 80, of Texas City, Texas, passed away peacefully at home on October 21, 2020 in Texas City. Aaron was born to loving parents Aaron Harry Weiser, Sr. and Pearl La Fleur Weiser on September 6, 1940 in Galveston, Texas. Upon completion of high school, Aaron enlisted in the United States Air Force where he proudly served for four years. During his enlistment his job was to train the military working dogs. Following his discharge from the Air Force, Aaron began his career as a business owner by opening multiple Key Oil Company locations. In 1997, Aaron opened Bill’s Wholesale Ice, a company that remains open to this day. Aaron was also a member of the Clear Lake Elks Lodge and remained so until his passing. Aaron is preceded in death by his parents, his loving wife Veronica Sue Weiser, sister Minette Weiser, and brothers Gerald and Melvin Weiser. He is survived by daughters Stephanie Lynn Sickmen and husband Walter, and Robin Yevette Holmes and husband Robert, son Aaron Harry “Trey” Weiser III, sisters Sophie Smith, Pamela Garcia and husband Frank, and Joyce Weiser-Hill and husband Neild, brother Lawrence Weiser and wife Lois, Sister-in law Thiry Weiser, grandchildren Brittany and Matthew Wehman, Logan Holmes and wife Megan, Corey Holmes and wife Cori, Kendall Holmes, and Summer Weiser, great-grandchildren Kai and Kace Holmes, and many nieces, nephews, and dear friends.
A visitation will be held on October 26, 2020 from 9:00 to 11:00 am at Crowder Funeral Home in Dickinson, Texas with a Rosary to follow. The funeral service for Aaron will begin at 12:00 pm at Crowder Funeral Home Parlor in Dickinson, Texas. Interment will follow at Mt. Olivet Catholic Cemetery in Dickinson, Texas.
The services will be officiated by Deacon Gerry Weiser and acting as pall bearers for the service are Logan Holmes, Corey Holmes, Kendall Holmes, Matthew Wehman, Robert Holmes, and Walter Sickmen.


  1. Harry was my grandpa PR’s best friend. I remember them going back and forth with jokes and insults. He would give me free things at the Key Oil when I was little (or maybe made my grandpa pay later lol). He will be missed. I’m sure my grandpa will welcome him with open arms in heaven. RIP Harry. My condolences to the family.

    Amanda Acosta Lopez
    • My most sincere condolences for Trey and Weiser Family from
      Frances Munoz and family❤️

      Frances Munoz
  2. I remember being young and Uncle Juniors smile always made you smile. He always had great things to say. I never saw him get angry. He just was always smiling. Thank you Junior for all the memories of going to Louisiana Pearl, Aunt Carrie and Uncle Blackie. All the swinging at the river. So much fun. The many fishing trips. Just a wonderful Uncle. rest in peace. You will always rest in my heart. God bless you and your family. To Robin, Stephanie and Trey. So sorry for your loss love you all

    Tammy kubicek
  3. I will love you forever. Take care of my dad. He has been waiting for you ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

    Edith weiser
  4. All of my love and prayers to the Weiser family and to friends of Mr. Weiser. One thing that has always stood out to me about the Weiser family is their love. Love of family, and love of friends. I know that Mr. Weiser will be terribly missed. RIP Mr. Weiser.

    Rhonda Trujillo-Lambert
  5. What a wonderful man. Although I only knew him for a few years, it was always so much fun to talk to him and spend time around him and the rest of your wonderful family. I loved his quick wit and sense of humor. I could always feel the love he had for his family. I am so sorry for your loss. I’m sure he is having a happy reunion with your Mom in Heaven. I love you all.

    Karen LaRue
  6. I love you harry forever

    Javier y lupita
  7. So sorry for your loss. You folks were good neighbors.

    Rik Hawkins
  8. I love the picture of him and the dog, because everytime I saw him, that dog was in his arms, just like in the picture. I think Harry would have been so happy that you chose that picture to use. I’m sure his beloved dog misses him most of all. I remember the day that little stray wondered into Bill’s Ice and into Harry’s heart. He will truly be missed by me and so many others.
    Miss seeing you sitting at your desk with that little dog in your lap.
    Always in my heart,
    Robin Uresti

    Robin Uresti
  9. I remember Uncle Jr was a great fisherman and loved to go with my dad and I tagged along when I could I wasnt much into it but went to go to be with them and Robin we had some fun times out on the boat , I also remember visiting him at Key Oil I really would like to know what cool bright Cadillac the brothers are riding around in heaven love and will miss you Uncle Jr.

    Don Weiser
  10. Bubba… You’re in God’s care now & you have found your way back to your loving Ronnie. She’s been waiting

    Janet L. McGibany
  11. Aaron was a classmate and friend for over 62 years and generated many-valued memories. Aaron was a founding member and frequent attendee at the ComIfUCan group of Kirwin graduates for the last 14 years. He would always wear his hat and the traditional greeting was “Aaron, what’s under the hat? He would raise the hat and with a big grin reply “a bald spot and lots of brains.”
    The sorrow and emptiness of Aaron’s family and friends are felt by his old buddies.
    Rest In Peace, Aaron.

    David Hardee
  12. My Buddy I will miss you so so much. I know you are pain free and dancing with the Angels and Ronnie right about now. I will never forget how big your heart was when it came to somebody in need. How you donated ice to HPD, Constables, Benefits, High Schools, my nieces Cheerleading squad, sponsored kids in High school for FFA and many more beautiful things you did out of the kindness of your heart. There will be no other like you Aaron Harry Weiser Jr. RIP my friend until we meet again Love you Mony. My condolences to Stephanie, Robin, Trey and all his son in laws and grandkids I Love You Guys as well. God Bless each and everyone of you.

    Simona Arispe
  13. Aaron was a friend way back at St. Mary’s grammar school. He was truly one of the good guys. He will be missed.

    Michael A. Murillo
  14. I was a close friend to the Weiser family when I lived in Louisiana. I remember spending time with Mr. Aaron, Ms. Ronnie, Stephanie, Trey, and Robin. I met them through their family in Kinder Louisiana including Nelda, Myra, Phyllis, Travis and Brent Soileau, where as Nelda was the sister of the Late Veronica “Ronnie” Weiser who was the wife of Mr. Aaron Weiser. Aaron was a great man and was loved and respected by all. Great father, husband, and business man for the Greater Texas City Area. He had a passion for his family and loved them very much. I pray that God guides him and protects him on his journey through the gates of heaven, and will be at peace in his everlasting life!

    Michael Bertrand
  15. I will never forget the many fishing trips I got to go on with y’all, and the deep sea trips where Robin and I would end up sick because of those darn wine coolers, lol.. I know we went years without contact, but you were always my favorite uncle, and I will miss you tremendously!! Love you, and I’ll see you again one day.. 💙

    Chelon Payne
  16. I am so sorry to hear about your sweet dad. He was such a character and one of my favorite people at Key Oil. My thoughts and prayers go out to you.

    Penny Pilkington
  17. May God rest his soul n comfort all of his family.
    My name is Saul German n I lived in pecan Park area in Houston TX. I helped out by cleaning n stocking beverages in his Key gas station located at Lawndale st. All I could say about Harry is that he was very nice person with a good humor. Now I’m 51yrs old and he sadly misses. May God have him in his glory n console all his family. He will be missed.

    Saul German

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