Jerry-Young-Obituary

Jerry Logan Young

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Grandpa i love you

Mary and family, we have talked over the last 2 days about the loss of my nephew. I want to say that you and your family was just what Jerry was all about, love, life, laughter but most of all love of family. I will always remember when he was growing up how much i learned to love him. Everyone will say he is now in a better place and he can watch over his family, we all wish he was here and it hurts that we don't have him but we have him forever in our heart and we will always love him and...

Uncle Bubba...

The world truly lost a great man Sunday. My love goes out to the Young family. Bubba, I really hope I get to see you again one day, you truly reflected what the definition is to be a man. Your love of life, family, and God defined you like nobody else I have met. I love you.. gone but never forgotten.

NEVER MET YOU BUT I WISH I HAD. YOU'VE GOT A GOOD FAMILY. MY DEEPEST SYMPATHIES GO OUT TO THEM IN THIS TIME OF MOURNING

To Mary and all the family, my prayers and thoughts are with you all through this difficult time. God bless you all.

HE WAS MY GRANDPA, MY DADDY, AND MY ANGEL FOREVER AND ALWAYS. ALL I WANT IS TO MAKE YOU PROUD OF ME GRAMPA. GIVE MY BABIES IN HEAVEN LOTS OF KISSES FROM ME... ILL BE THERE BEFORE TOO LONG
I LOVE YOU

FOR MY FATHER AND MY DADDY I WILL BE STRONG AND REFLECT HIM IN ME AND ON TO MY CHILDREN AND ON...REST IN PEACE DADDY FOR YOU ARE TRULY THE BEST IN US. I LOVE YOU

Jerry always treated me like a daughter, not a daughter-in-law from the day Jack & I got married. I will never be able to express how much I admired his family values, strength, trust in God and trust in mankind. He usually believed in You before you had a chance to believe in yourself. I loved his humor and his ability to always know the right thing to say or if it was better not to say anything at all. Thank you Jerry for introducing me to Jack, and welcoming me into your family which...

Jen,your dad is now in Heaven so he can keep a closer eye on ya.God needed him there,so he chose this to be his time.He is in paradise waiting till the day you all will reunite!I love y'all and send my prayers to each and everyone of you.Love your BFF

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Jerry's Obituary

Jerry L. Young, 63, of Little Elm, died Sunday, March 3, 2013 in Little Elm, TX. Jerry was born December 3, 1949 in Lexington, KY, to Everette Young and Lillian Stevens Crawford. Jerry married Mary Aguilar on March 23, 2000 in The Colony, TX. He is survived by his mother, Lillian Crawford of...

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