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ROSS PEROT

Jun 27, 1930 – Jul 9, 2019 (Age 89)

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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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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 horse....how lucky we both were! Nancy Nolf. Washington State

So sorry for his families loss. He trued so hard to be President. I hope he is with his family in Heaven.

This man changed my life.... He will never be forgotten.!!

Ross Perot will be sorely missed by many Women throughout North America. In 1997 in the DFW Metro--Plex Ross gave me my first opportunity to develop a parcel of land. Ross also gave me an added challenge and encouraged me to sell the parcel of interest. I learned so much in a short period of time. As for my career I remain in the Real Estate and The Land Development business and I tell this great story every chance ...

Ross, I cannot imagine how heaven is handling your energy up there trying to make it a better place. You must be in your element. You are my hero and you have always been. Your vision was always to problem solve, seek solutions and think out of the box. You were a straight shooter and clear in your communication. You were a great teacher and I am grateful for everything you did or tried to do. I miss your spirit already. You are now in a better position to help us politically. Go for...

My sincere condolences to the family, friends and fans of this ingenious and successful man. Though I did not personally know him, I remember his successes. God will comfort and sustain you you during this difficult time because he cares for you. (1 Peter 5:6,7)

A MIGHTY OAK HAS FALLEN! Dear Perot Family, Ross was the greatest Dallasite in history. The sterling ledger of his life's work and his peerless record of philanthropy surpasses anyone who has ever lived in this city. At the request of my mother (who phoned him directly), he gave my brother, George, his first part-time college job in the early 70s -- which resulted in George's 31-year career at EDS. From then on, we were Ross Perot fans! He was a man of courage, dignity, compassion and...