Jun 27, 1930 – Jul 9, 2019 (Age 89)


June 27, 1930
July 9, 2019


PEROT--Ross, pioneered a short-lived national Reform Party that defied partisan norms. Left, center and right came together as independent American revolutionaries to shatter a complacent bureaucracy. The mission was a movement that honored all races, creeds and colors and despised all forms of...

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So sorry for your loss and may God comfort you during this difficult time.

I wish I could have said "thank you" face-to-face with Ross. We talked briefly on the phone many years ago on my 20th Anniversary with the EDS Corp, but I would have liked to have shook his hand for all he did for me. Ross and I had something in common: we were both the same height, which is to say short. But, to me, he was a giant. I started life late in life and could not afford to go to college, until I was 30. When I graduated from college, I was 35, and it seemed that no...

My condolences goes out to family and friends may you find comfort in the Heavenly Father knowing he cares for you.

I am sorry for the loss of Ross Perot. I can remember him when he ran for president. May his memories, bring comfort to the family.

My deepest sympathies as those closest to Mr. Perot mourn his passing. May we all look forward to a time when leukemia will be a thing of the past and we will be able to see our dear loved ones again.

My sincere condolences to the Perot family.

Ross Perot rode a Tennessee Walker stallion and my mare Beta was one of the stallions colts. Beta sadly died at 33 years old but rode her 1/2 across my State for 21 of those years. 500 miles 2 years before she died. What a horse! Glad that Mr. Perot took that stallion as his personal riding lucky we both were! Nancy Nolf. Washington State