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R.J. "Tex" Ritter 1936 - 2013

R.J. "Tex" Ritter

Sunday, October 13, 2013
I am deeply sorry to Cmdr. Ritter's family for their loss.
He was a very good friend and helped me in providing me with NAAV jackets and adding my Atomic Veterans website to his NAAV website.
He will be missed.
I placed his obituary on my Atomic Veterans website.
C.V.(Bud) Norris Atomic Veteran 1951-1954
Tuesday, September 24, 2013
I worked with Tex in 1969 as secretary to Bob Keith at Holder's Equipment Company. Tex also was an umpire when both my boys played baseball in Houston and in Pasadena. We have kept in touch over these many years and even saw each other at Fitness Connection in Pasadena recently. I am so sorry that I was unaware of his passing and have missed the service and a visit with Alice and family.
Saturday, September 21, 2013
Our family first met Sarge at the NAAV convention in Las Vegas in the early 2000's. He welcomed us and kept in touch through emails and phone calls. Our Father, USAF Captain Jimmy P. Robinson was the one pilot lost during Operation Ivy, 1952. He was a cloud sampler flying an F-84G. We thank R.J. For his dedication to Atomic Veterans and his service to our country.
Our deepest condolences and God's blessing for his family and many friends. Sincerely, Becky Miller, Past Area Commander for Central Florida
Wednesday, September 18, 2013
My husband and I enjoyed his company at the local Fitness Connection.
I'd talk a little politics with him, and he shared his diving experiences. So sorry to hear he has died. Our prayers are with you and his family.
Sheila Leahy & Jim Zenk
Saturday, September 07, 2013
Tex, my Big Brother, it has been great pleasure to work with you,
you for Grasso Inc. Evansville, I for Royal Grasso in the Netherlands. We tried to confince clients in the US that our product
was the best they could purchase! Traveled all over the US. One Superball weekend Tex took me to Houston and since then I am part of the Ritter clan. Will miss you Big Brother!
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