Hardy Callcott, 77, of Kerrville, passed away on August 23, 2021 in Kerrville. He was born in San Antonio to George and Estelle Callcott on August 25, 1943. Hardy went to school at Tivy High School where he graduated in 1961. He went on to graduate from Texas A&M with a degree in Business Marketing in 1966. While at A&M, he was head student trainer with the fighting Texas Aggie football team. After graduation he taught math at Tivy High School before serving in the U. S. Army in Viet Nam in the artillery. After he returned from the army, he worked for several companies in the Austin area. He was preceded in death by his parents, and his older brother Vann Callcott of Rocksprings, TX. Survivors include his two sisters, Anne Townsend and husband Ron, of Magnolia, TX, and Gail Brown of Tilden, TX; five nieces and three nephews, and numerous great nieces and nephews, and great-great nieces and nephews. As per Hardy's wishes, there will be no funeral service. At a date to be determined, his ashes will be interred with his parents'. If anyone wishes to honor Hardy, the family asks that a donation be made to a charity of the giver's choice. Sign Guestbook>> 7 Condolence(s) Robby Hurt , Tuesday, August 31, 2021 My sympathy and condolences to you all. When I was little it seemed we went over to Callcott's fairly often maybe having to do with being neighbors to Halls. And I was in the same class as Susan at the Divide School. Hardy was always extremely nice and gave me a motorcycle ride down Water Street every time I asked which was several times each visit. And my goodness I don't know where we would be without Callcott Automotive and Machine Shop. They could find a part for anything. Mr Callcott and Juan got my brother's Model A running smooth that Tuffy Cowden gave him to use "until he got tired of it". And so many ranch and other vehicles back on the road. Practically nearly Biblical resurrections in some cases. Several of us tried to get organized and buy it from the family but could not and were hoping a Callcott family member could take it over. I did see Hardy and say hello at that assisted living place between Mrs. Starkey's and Bacons while I was visiting Button Forehand several years ago. Regards to you all. Somehow it looks as if Providence or bad luck for you had our lives connected on this earth. Robby Hurt Benno J Bauer Jr Houston, TX Friday, August 27, 2021 It was a some years ago I spent time with my Hardy at his home in Round Rock, Texas having a long and memorable visit of the yesteryears and the present. He and I compared notes has to whom was the smallest in our graduating class, he or I. With me being weighed in at a whopping 91#s, we concluded it was I. My aunt worked for Hardy's dad in Kerrville during those years prior to moving on to Forman's Insurance. The years that we grew up were memorable years, a time of innocence in many ways. I so very well remember when he caught polio. Hardy was always very kind to me. May the Lord d give to his family great love and comfort as only HE can, and wrap HIS great big arms of around you and just squeeze you to HIS holy chest Kenny Reese Austin Texas 78758, Friday, August 27, 2021 R.I.P my friend from. The Railroad Commission James Wright , Thursday, August 26, 2021 Rest In Peace. Gig'em!!!! Lena Ybarra Austin, TX Wednesday, August 25, 2021 My Condolence to Hardy's family. I worked with Hardy at the Railroad Commission of Texas. There is where I got to know Hardy, and was glad I did, he at times was a difficult person. but as I got to know Hardy he real was a kind man. I would call Hardy to check on him, but when he moved to an assistant living I lost contact with him, so today I goggled his name and saw that he passed. Hardy thanks for being my friend/ Go Rest high on that Mountain!!! Owen Graham Kerrville, TX Tuesday, August 24, 2021 Rest in peace, old friend. Billy Scott Shenandoah, TX Tuesday, August 24, 2021 You are in our prayers for comfort, peace and strength during this difficult time.