Billy (Bill) Wayne Outlaw, 83, was born on May 5, 1937 in Dallas, TX and went to be with our Lord on October 31, 2020 in Kingwood, Texas.

He was the youngest son of John Harvey Outlaw and Dorothy Natalie (Marrs) Outlaw. He was preceded in death by his wife, Kathryn Ann (Laningham) Outlaw, his parents, and brother, Bruce Gene Outlaw. Bill is survived by his daughter, Laurie and husband, Harold Mangham of Porter, TX; daughter, Alisa Plummer of Dallas, TX; daughter Kerrie and husband, David Bloh of Montgomery, TX; grandchildren Tricia Frank, Ryan Kersh, Scott Mangham, Megan Moonjian, Adam Plummer, Elizabeth Plummer, Quentin Plummer, Cori Washburn and Lauren Bloh; great grandchildren Kathryn Frank, Dylan Frank, Lincoln Kersh, Liv Kersh, Avah Plummer, Ike Plummer-Sartain, Madison Moonjian and Tripp Washburn; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Bill held a BBA degree from Sam Houston State University. As a CPA, his professional career centered around the financial administration of the public school systems including Houston ISD and Klein ISD, as well as private practice as an independent auditor and consultant. He and Kathy were the owners of Gifts ‘n’ Glass in Humble for 33 years.

Bill was a devoted Christian and member of The Church of Christ. He has had a love and awe for the Word of God since early life. He was a student and teacher of the Word for over 50 years. He received Certification in Biblical Studies from The College of Biblical Studies in 1997.

Bill resided in Kingwood, TX where he devoted much of his time to the study of God’s word and writing two books. His wife, Kathy, of just under 50 years, passed away in 2007. She was very instrumental in encouraging Bill in his studies. His two books, “Listening for the Trumpet” and “Visions of Victory” were dedicated in her memory.

Bill’s last words were, “I love my daughters”.

The family would like to thank Village Green Alzheimer’s Care of Kingwood and Camille from Vitas Hospice for their special care.

Services were held at the Lake Houston Church of Christ in Atascocita on Saturday, November 7th. Bill’s final resting place will be with his wife, Kathy, in Donie, TX.

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