In memory of
Gerald Raymond Meader
In memory of
Gerald Raymond Meader
Gerald Raymond Meador passed away at his home in Katy, Texas on April 5th, 2020. Jerry was born in Berkeley, CA on June 12th,1949. He graduated from Concord High with the Class of '67, then enlisted in the Army and was sent to Vietnam. After he returned to the U.S. he made his way to Fort Bragg, CA. He fell in love with Fort Bragg and made his life there. He spent countless hours in the gym teaching local kids how to play basketball. He loved the sport with all of his heart, and would play any chance he got. He'd talk basketball to anyone who would listen. He left Fort Bragg and found his way to Texas where he settled in and started a new life for himself. He loved collecting Marx Toy Sets and would proudly display his sets for anyone who came to visit. He also loved Elvis Presley and used to host some exciting Elvis themed parties, even serving peanut butter and banana sandwiches. He had a love for cats, great movies, his family and God. He is survived by his wife Janneth Meador, daughter Tara (Merle)Larson, sister Sheral, grand children, and many other extended family members. His closing words would be, "I did it my way." Memorial contributions may be made to St.Jude or Operation Smile. A celebration of his life will take place at a later date. "Through the storm, through the night. Lead me on to the light. Take my hand, precious Lord. Lead me home." Jerry will live on.
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In memory of
Gerald Raymond Meader
Gerald Raymond Meador passed away at his home in Katy, Texas on April 5th, 2020. Jerry was born in Berkeley, CA on June 12th,1949. He graduated from Concord High with the Class of '67, then enlisted in the Army and was sent to Vietnam. After he returned to the U.S. he made his way to Fort Bragg, CA. He fell in love with Fort Bragg and made his life there. He spent countless hours in the gym teaching local kids how to play basketball. He loved the sport with all of his heart, and would play any chance he got. He'd talk basketball to anyone who would listen. He left Fort Bragg and found his way to Texas where he settled in and started a new life for himself. He loved collecting Marx Toy Sets and would proudly display his sets for anyone who came to visit. He also loved Elvis Presley and used to host some exciting Elvis themed parties, even serving peanut butter and banana sandwiches. He had a love for cats, great movies, his family and God. He is survived by his wife Janneth Meador, daughter Tara (Merle)Larson, sister Sheral, grand children, and many other extended family members. His closing words would be, "I did it my way." Memorial contributions may be made to St.Jude or Operation Smile. A celebration of his life will take place at a later date. "Through the storm, through the night. Lead me on to the light. Take my hand, precious Lord. Lead me home." Jerry will live on.
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