Alfred Palmer “A.P.” Wehmeyer Sr.
November 30, 1929 – February 25, 2022
Alfred Palmer Wehmeyer Sr., otherwise known as A.P., passed away Friday, February 25, 2022, at the age of 92. Funeral services are set for Saturday, March 12, 2022, at 11 AM in the Chapel of Trevino-Smith Funeral Home. Visitation will be from 5-8 PM on Friday, March 11, 2022, also at Trevino-Smith.
A.P., born November 30, 1929, in College Station, was the son of Gus and Sophie (Miller) Wehmeyer. A.P. served in the Navy for 4 years during the Korean War. He returned to his parents’ home in Bryan after the war where he started a General Contracting business with his father, Gus Wehmeyer. He restored many historical homes and churches and was very much sought after for his work. He had a passion for golfing, hunting, and fishing. He was once known to have said “I will never play golf and I’ll certainly never shoot a deer.” Years later he was an avid hunter and also known as the Legend of Briarcrest Country Club. He was a perfectionist at everything he did. He immensely enjoyed working on his land and keeping everything pristine and in order. He shared many of his passions with his children and grandchildren; especially, Pete, Christy, and his grandson William. He loved his children and grandchildren and left numerous notes to remind them of how much they meant to him.
His parents and two brothers (Van and Fred Wehmeyer) precede him in death.
A.P. leaves behind to cherish his memories, son and daughter-in-law, Pete and Sharon Wehmeyer; a loving daughter, Christy Wehmeyer; children’s mother, Christina Maxine Dixon; five grandchildren, William, Taylor, Kayleigh, Trey, and Kenneth; as well as four precious great-grandchildren, Carson, Rose, Kayson, and Payton; also, many nieces and nephews.
A.P. Wehmeyer will be missed. He will daily be in our thoughts and always be a part of our hearts.
Christy and Pete would like to have a gathering to celebrate A.P.'s life and share memories with all that are interested. We will provide further details at the service.
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