Jerome Jr

Condolences

  1. Suzanne and Sallye — I am so sorry to learn of this new sorrow for your family. I truly loved both your parents, Romey and Mary Mae — and remember with much fondness our days of living as neighbors in the old Edge Apts. I still get a laugh when I think of how many things your mom could do with a can of tomato soup– which she regularly borrowed in a rush to get lunch done.Love to you both, Olive R. Nabors

  2. Sallye –
    Please accept my sincere condolences on the death of your Dad. It sounds like he had a wonderful life and you are a testimony to that.

    You will be in my prayers.

    Ann

  3. Monday
    I am saddened to hear of Mr. Sorenson’s
    death.
    My mother was kin to Mrs. Sorenson,
    they were students together at the University
    of Texas, my parents and the Sorensons were
    friends at Tarleton, and my mother and Mrs.
    Sorenson were colleagues for over 20 years
    at A-M Consolidated Elementary School and
    South Knoll Elementary School.
    My parents held the Sorensons in the
    highest regard.
    I can only hope that Mr. Sorenson
    passed away with pain.
    Sam (Henry) Creswell
    San Antonio, Texas

  4. To express our deep sympathy to you on your loss. We thank you for serving our country in the 36th Infantry Division during WW II. You were a member of ‘the greatest generation’. Thank you for your service until your retirement as a Lieutenant Colonel. Thank you also for your contributions in the field of Agriculture at Texas A-M. May God’s Speed Be With You Soldier.
    cjo

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