Obit Star-Courier, Plano, Collin Co., Tx 23 Jan 1923, page 1
"T.C. Rasor Dies at Frisco
T.C. (Con) Rasor, aged 45 years died at his home in Frisco at 1:30 o'clock of pneumonia.  He had been sick since the middle of last week.  The deceased was a native of Kentucky.  He came here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rasor when he was a small boy.  He was reared in the Bethany community, seven miles northwest of Plano.  He was engaged in farming and stock raising in that community until about five years ago when he moved to Frisco.  He was a director in the First National Bank at Frisco, of which institution his brother E.M. Rasor, is president.  Deceased's wife, who was formerly Miss Belle Hart of the Bethany community, preceded him to the grave about two years ago.  Mr. Rasor is survived by nine children, all of whom are at home.  He also leaves one grandchild.  He is also survived by his father, and seven brothers and two sisters, as follows:  J.W. Rasor, Frisco; J.B. Rasor, Allen; E.M. Rasor, Frisco; R.F. Rasor, Allen; J.S. Rasor, Allen; Carl Rasor, Allen; C.D. Rasor, Plano and Misses Lucy and Deby Rasor who reside at home with their father.  Deceased was a member of the Christian church.  Funeral services were held at 10:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon in the Christian church at Frisco, conducted by the Rev. Mr. Gorton, pastor of that church, assisted by Revs. McLeroy and Smith.  Interment followed in the Rowlett cemetery."