Ford Bazar remembered as one of Montgomery County's top realtors - Your Houston News

Ford Bazar, 60, died last week after suffering a heart attack in his sleep. But they also are reflecting on the legacy Bazar left as a highly successful Realtor and how he grew as a father and grandfather over the years. In the last several years of his life, Bazar traveled around the world. “He went fly-fishing on the Snake River,” Hal said of his father’s recent traveling expeditions. “We went to Canada on a water fowl hunt last year. So at the end of the day, he probably took six or seven really good trips in the past two to three years. He was really getting to where he enjoyed life and was enjoying the fruits of his labor. Bazar was born in Refugio and graduated from Woodsboro High School in 1973. He went on to receive his degree in physical education from Sam Houston State University in 1978. In 1984, he became co-owner of Tri-Star Properties and in 1988 began his... He was proud of once being named by The Courier as Montgomery County’s best Realtor. Hal said his father was a dinosaur in a lot of ways. In fact, Hal said, the older Bazar was more satisfied with what he called “a dumb phone” rather than a smart one. He hated it. He didn’t know what he was doing with it. He loved his ‘dumb phone’ so much that for Christmas I bought him an exact replacement for when it died, which he had to use. Source: