Condolence: Vickie, please know that our heart and prayers go out for you and your family. May the Good Lord comfort you and help the pain ease in time. Jay was a fine person and a family man to the nth degree. God bless you and your family.
Condolence: I worked with Jay in the 70's. It was a close knit group and it was very enjoyable. I recognized his as a devoted Christian. I still remember his telling me about our experience in the Mag Cells that "if H.ll was as hot as that, he did not want to go!"
I also had the privilege of working with Jalyn in the 90's. She wrote me a poem before she moved to Midland which I still have. It reflected her rearing by Jay and Vicky.
I am happy that Jay had what sounds like an enjoyable time in the Hill Country after his retirement.
I was widowed two years ago and am sympathetic to Vicky's new stage of life.
Condolence: I have so many memories of Jay. I cannot even begin to tell you how sorry I am for Vickie, Jalyn and Stacie. I am thankful that he was a part of my life when i was younger and in the “softball” days but more important his contribution to my church. What a great guy, i love you all.
Condolence: One of the GOOD GUYS is no longer here, but he impacted many. He will live forever in those he touched. He is part of the reason I am a decent human today. I remember his eyes-twinkle of mischief at times.
I am so sorry you are going through this.
Love all of you...Vickie, Jalyn,Stacy and your families.
Condolence: I have fond memories of 3 years with Jay as a teammate in Exporter Basketball. He was always the best outside shooter on the team and a fun person to be around.
I admire his faithful service in the Church of Christ for more than 56 years and extend my deepest sympathies to Vicky and his family.