Adolph-Jacobson-Obituary

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Lt. Col. Adolph D. Jacobson USAF (Ret)

San Antonio, Texas

May 10, 1931 – Oct 23, 2017 (Age 86)

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Great neighbor, years ago, Burr Oak, San Antonio, long time passing. Fly high and touch the Hand.......

Barbara and Family,

Lisa and I extend our deepest sympathies to you all on Jake's passing. Our entire family was blessed for these past 12 years having you and Jake as our "lake neighbors". Jake was one of the kindest, most friendly people I have ever met - his love for his family, his country, as well as his strong faith and integrity were obvious to anyone whom had the chance to visit with him. Our prayers are with you all that your grief of his passing will soon be...

Our deepest sympathy to Barby, Kathy, Dana and all the family. Jake was a cherished friend and will be so very missed. We know Jake is in a better place. A true patriot and friend. Our love goes with him and all the family. Joy & Bob

Barbara, our most heartfelt condolences.

I and all Jake's many other (surviving) Austin High School friends feel honored and fortunate to have known him. I had no idea he had such a distinguished career, really two careers. Barbara, you have our deepest sympathies. He was a wonderful person.

The City of Fair Oaks Ranch was privileged to have Jake as its City Attorney advising three mayors through many, many years (Mayor Gaubatz, Mayor Kasprowicz and Mayor Landman). His legal guidance was always thoughtful. His personal concerns were always for the betterment of the city as well. Jake's impact will continue forward. It was my pleasure to work with him. My sincere condolences and prayers to Jake's family.

"Jake" was one of the most welcoming members of Stinsons Flight, Order of Daedalians. He always had a smile and a ready handshake at meetings and was genuinely interested in what was going on in my life. Dona and I want to express our sincere condolences to his family. He will be missed from our monthly reminiscences.

My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Please accept my condolences for your loss.

Lt Col Jacobson had a life well lived. It has been a pleasure knowing him all these years. He spoke so kindly to me after my brothers funeral, and I will always remember that kindness. Our prayers are with all of the family at this time of sadness. May our Lord give you peace.

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Lt. Col. Adolph D. Jacobson, USAF, (Ret), 86, passed away on October 23, 2017, in San Antonio, Texas. He was born May 10, 1931, in Austin, Texas to Adolph L. and Ethel Jacobson. Jake Jacobson graduated from Austin High School in Austin, Texas in 1949. He joined the US Air Force, enlisting as...

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