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Ralph Jackson

In Memory of William Ralph Jackson, Jr. Ralph was an organ donor for his sister, Patty, when she needed a kidney. His faith in God led him to believe in giving to others and answered that call when his sister's own kidneys were failing her. He also wished to have his organs donated upon his death, but unfortunately was not able to do this due to the circumstances of his untimely death. His family, Kori and Blake (his two children) along with Patty (his wife) and Ryan (his stepson) hope that people can give to UNOS in memory of Ralph and his commitment to organ donation. Also, for those who wish to donate their own organs upon death, the family wants to share the Texas donor registry web site that Ralph personally believed in for giving to others. https://www.donatelifetexas.org/register/ We truly thank your for your donation and God Bless You.

 

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A member of Ralph's extended family said that Ralph died unexpectedly March 12, 2018 in his home near Bastrop, Texas.  There will be no public service for Ralph. 



 
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05/16/18 10:56 PM #1    

Kathaleen Snyder (Varnado)

Oh Ralph-- I've sat for 2 days thinking about all the fun we had in the old neighborhood & in school. You could entertain the masses & even my Dad liked you because of your sense of humor-- & that was quite an accomplishment. So hoped to see you @ the upcoming 50th reunion-- but I'll meet you on that distant shore instead. My life was defnitely enriched by having known you--REST IN PEACE MY FRIEND

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


04/12/19 09:35 AM #2    

Kitty Allison (Hilton)

Ralph was my first love & my first date...in 3rd grade. I loved him, his sisters & parents who were our neighbors. I longed to grow up & be a teenager like Patty & Evelyn! Mrs. Jackson took us on our first date. I remember exactly what I wore...& how my mom fixed my hair. We drove to the grocery store, chose the perfect watermelon & went back to their house to dig-in! Ralph always made me laugh. We lost contact over time & this is the first I’m aware of his passing. God bless his soul. Thank you, my friend for the indelible sweet memories. Blessings to your family. Rest in the divine presence of God.πŸ™πŸ»β€οΈπŸ™πŸ»


07/09/20 01:21 PM #3    

Henry Maresh

I haven’t been on line, in two years plus - due to my IPad crashing !  I’m just now getting back on the guest membership, and saw where Ralph had past 😒 !  Say it ain’t so 😱 oh my gosh !  We lived next door to each other ( like Kitty across the street ), growing up as kids !  From kindergarten through High School 🏫 !  Like me -  he was known as ‘ little Ralph ‘ ( after his dad ), and I was known as ‘ little Henry ( after my dad ) : but never around school. We romped and stomped and played all the time !  baseball ⚾️ across the street on the vacant lot, or football 🏈 in the front yard, or riding our bikes 🚲 to the end of 12th street - to : bicycle hill !  I remember when he got his first car !  a yellow mustang - with a white top, I was sooo jealous ! ( I remember it like it was yesterday ).  Mr ‘ Cool ‘ 😎 !  unfortunately after graduation πŸŽ“ I lost touch. But not the memories and good times, of us growing up and being friends πŸ‘¬ !  RIP πŸ™πŸ»  I’ll see you on the other side, my friend ! 


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