Will Hickman graduated from Texas A&M as a Mechanical Engineer in 1997. After four years of engineering at Exxon Chemicals, he obtained a Law degree from the University of Houston in 2001. He has worked at Shell Oil for over 15 years in intellectual property law and liquified natural gas transactions in Latin America and the Caribbean. He and his wifeJennifer are actively involved in the Texas public school system, with three children in high, middle and elementary schools in Spring Branch ISD. Will actively supports the schools’ parents, teachers and students in many roles such as the PTA legislative liaison for the elementary and middle schools and in the Dad’s Club and Watch Dog programs.
Will has a long record of working collaboratively with others andgiving back to the community:
- As an elected member of the Bellaire City Council for 6 years, Willpartnered with other council members of different backgrounds and political views to improve the city’sfinances and promote economic growth.
- Will volunteers on the Houston Livestock and Rodeo’s International Committee; as a kids’ basketball coach; and as a deacon and Sunday School teacher at Tallowood Baptist Church.
- Will has been a precinct chair in Bellaire and West Houston, was elected to represent Congressional District 7 in the 2016 Electoral College, andserved as the volunteer General Counsel for the Harris County Republican Party.
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Milton Charles “Milt” Hickman
Milton Charles “Milt” Hickman, age 93 of Buffalo, and formerly of Montrose, died peacefully Wednesday Dec. 8, 2004 at Parkview Care Center in Buffalo.
He was born in Hampton, Iowa July 13, 1911 to William and Ida Hickman. They moved several times, ending up in Colgate, N.D., where Milt graduated from high school.
In 1942, Milt moved to Montrose and farmed briefly, before entering the Army.
He served in the infantry from 1942 through 1945 in the European Theater, where he was awarded two bronze stars. Milt continued to serve in the Army Reserve until 1967.
When the war ended, Milt returned to Montrose, where he met Clara “Birdie” Mohring. They were married in 1947.
Milt and Birdie farmed in Montrose until 1955, when they moved to their current residence in Rockford Township. Their marriage was blessed with four children: James, William, Michael, and Janet.
Besides raising a family, Milt and Birdie worked hard at raising crops and being dairy farmers. They developed a fine herd of Holstein cattle that won many awards at the Wright County Fairs and Minnesota State Fairs.
Despite the busy farm life, Milt and Birdie always found time to support their children’s activities. They didn’t miss a single Buffalo High School wrestling match during the1960s.
Milt was an active member of the Montrose United Methodist Church, a life member of Montrose VFW Post 1901 (many times commander), and a member of the Buffalo Legion Post 270. He served on the Board of Directors for Wright-Hennepin Electric for 18 years. He was an active member of the Minnesota Farmers Union, as well as being active in the DFL.
Upon retirement, Milt and Birdie traveled extensively to Army reunions and Wright-Hennepin conventions. They also enjoyed many trips to Hawaii for a break from Minnesota winters.
Throughout Milt’s long and active life, he made many lasting friendships. Milt received loving care at Parkview Care Center in Buffalo for the final two years of his life.
He is survived by his loving wife of 57 years, Clara; a brother, Hale; a sister, Ila Young; sons: Jim (Joy), Bill (Debbie), and Mike (Sharon); daughter Jan (John) Kanduth; grandchildren Chuck (Deni), Beau, Stephanie, Blake, and Jana; and great-grandchildren Justin and Brenden.
Milt is further survived by brothers and sisters-in-law Clinton and Flora Mohring, Jo Anderson, and Alfie and Lucille Mohring; and many nieces, nephews, and good friends.
He is preceded in death by his parents, William and Ida Hickman; brother Eli Hickman; sister Mabel Stubson; and granddaughter Katie Hickman.
Funeral services were Saturday, Dec. 11 at the Montrose United Methodist Church with the Rev. Elizabeth Hadler officiating.
Jim Hickman, Bill Hickman, Mike Hickman, Chuck Hickman, Beau Hickman, and Blake Hickman served as pallbearers. Stephanie Hickman and Jana Hickman were honorary pallbearers.
Milt’s eulogy was read by John Kanduth. Music was provided by organist Jackie Vanderlinde, and vocalists were “The Schultz Sisters.”
Burial was at Kriedler Cemetery, with military rites provided by the Buffalo Legion and Montrose VFW.
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Friends called at the Peterson Chapel in Buffalo Friday, Dec. 10 from 4 to 8 p.m., with a prayer service conducted by Pastor Goodman at 7 p.m.
The Peterson Chapel in Buffalo served the family.