Louis Haney Tager, Sr., 86 of Orange, went to be with his Lord and Savior on Wednesday, Aug. 10.
Services will be at 10:00 AM on Saturday, Aug. 13, at Dorman Funeral Home in Orange, with Pastor Harrell of the United Pentecostal Church of Bridge City officiating.  A committal service will immediately follow at Autumn Oaks Memorial Park in Orange.
Visitation will be from 5:00-9:00 PM on Friday, Aug. 12, at the funeral home. 
Louis was born on Sunday, Aug. 3, 1930 to the late Rosa (Gani) and Haney Tager in Beaumont, where he grew up in the Lebanese Community. He was married to the love of his life, Roxie, for 60 years and they resided with their family in Orange, for over 50 years.
Louis, Sergeant, was an active member of the United States Army for six years and served honorably for his country during the Korean conflict. After stepping down from active military duty, Louis served in the Army reserves.  He also worked for many years in the produce department at East Town Weingarten. When he was not working hard for his family, Louis enjoyed raising chickens and his dogs, watching WWE, visiting the farmers mercantile and playing Skip-Bo, while enjoying a late night cup of coffee. He also could not go anywhere without his hat. Louis also enjoyed quiet time, when he could just be at home, sitting in his chair. 
He was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Eva Tager; brother, George Haney Tager and his grandson, Glen Thomas Brown, Jr.
Louis is survived by his loving wife, Roxie Tager; two daughters Rosa Anding and her husband, Randy and Angela Trevino and her husband, Wesley, all of Orange, Texas; two sons, Louis Tager, Jr. of Orange and George Michael Tager, Sr. and his wife, Sherry of Houston; grandchildren, Jamison Anding, Joshua Anding, George Michael Tager, Jr., Hope Nikole Brown and her husband, Grant, Matthew Brown and his wife, Kelle, Joseph Tager, Sierra Theriot and her husband, Michael and Jacob Trevino and his wife, Ivy; great-grandchildren, Tristen Anding, Madison Tager, Austin Tager, Braxton Kiamar, Brenten Brown, Juliet Brown, Jayden Theriot, Ryder Theriot, Remy Theriot, Nolan Thomas Graffnino and Brayden Felps and many members of his extended family and friends that will miss him dearly.
Those honoring the life of Louis as Pallbearers are Jamison Anding, Tristen Anding, Matthew Brown, Jacob Trevino, George Michael Tager, Jr., George Michael Trager, Sr. and Louis Tager, Jr. Honorary Pallbearers are Joshua Anding, Randy Anding and Wesley Trevino.
The family would like to express their thanks and gratitude to Best Care Hospice of Texas; Dr. Palombo and Dr. Rutledge for the wonderful care and kindness that was given to Louis and his family.