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Rick Grigsby
Wednesday, September 11, 2013 • Posted September 13, 2013

Rick Grigsby (Rickey Lee) long time resident of Blanco passed away on Thursday afternoon, September 5th.

Rick owned the Broken Arrow Gallery on the Blanco Square for many years. Rick was an accomplished Native American Artist and counselor to many.

He is survived by his four daughters and his son and their families; Brandi Goldston (Jeffery), grandsons Travis, Jared, Dustin, and Landry; Denise Schiel (Louis), grandsons Austin, and Zachary, granddaughter Dakota; Patricia Johnigan; Keya Lee Grigsby; and son Brian Grigsby (Krisi), grandson Ezra, granddaughter Kelsi Edens. Rick was loved by his many friends in Blanco & the surrounding area.

Although his spirit will be with us always his physical presence will be deeply missed.

Memorial ceremony for Rick will be held on Sunday, September 22nd at 11:00 AM at Blanco State Park, in Group Picnic Pavilion (aka Clubhouse).

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