Toy Gene Krebbs was born on November 19, 1934 in Mead, Oklahoma to Hubert and Dessie Marian Krebbs. Toy married Jean Dawson on July 21, 1979 in Durant, Oklahoma. He passed away on January 12, 2021 at Tyler, Texas at the age of 86.
Toy Gene Krebbs served his country for 2 years in Korea and was a mechanic and tank retriever. He was employed with Texas Instruments for 25 years and was a certified Electronic Engineer.
He and his wife retired and enjoyed going to auctions, bowling, camping, boating and fishing. In his spare time, he loved working in his shop with wood, a few things he made were end tables, quilt racks, and thread holders for his wife, the quilter. He attended First Baptist Church in Bells and was a kind, loving man devoted to his family.
He is survived by his wife, Jean Krebbs of Bells; son, Kelly Krebbs (Luann) of Sachse; sons, Earl Brashier (Diana) and, Bobby Brashier (Brenda) all of Colbert, Oklahoma; daughter, Diana Pflughoft of Aubrey; daughter, Merica Stanley (Troy) of Pottsboro; sister, Velma Luecke; 10 grandchildren; numerous great and great great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents; brother, Kenneth Krebbs; and son-in-law, Bob Pflughoft.
Graveside Services will be held Friday 2PM January 15, 2021 at Rose Hill Cemetery, Bells, Texas with Dr. Billy Neal officiating. Honorary Pallbearers will be Monty Hubbard, Gerald Hubbard, Don Hubbard, Hubert Krebbs, Kenneth Ray Krebbs, Lynn Krebbs, Ricky Brashier, and Preston Rowland.
The family will receive friends on Thursday January 14, 2021 from 6-8PM at Mullican-Little Chapel Bells, Texas. Due to Covid-19, masks will be required at the visitation and graveside service. Family may stand together in groups but social distancing is requested.
Arrangements are with Mullican-Little Funeral Home. An online register may be signed at mullicanlittle.com
Toy Gene was a loving uncle and we all loved camping together. There was as many as 10 to 25 in our camp. We played cards, horse shoes, skiing, boating. Just having good old family fun. We will miss him greatly
Toy Gene was a very kind and caring man who will be greatly missed. I have so many memories of him. Sending prayers to the Krebbs family.
A good man who loved his family and worked hard. I worked around him a while at TI. My deepest sympathies to all. Joann (Fulenchek) Lilly.